Prevocational Industrial Training in the Seventh and Eighth Grades
by George A. Mirick — 1912
The general content and method of this report was determined by the Secretary of the National Society for the Study of Education. He specified that it should be an "account of what has actually been accomplished" in prevocational industrial training in the seventh and eighth grades-that this accomplishment should be shown (a) by "a history descriptive of the organization, work, and results" in Indianapolis; (b) "by comparing the work of the Indianapolis schools with that of Boston (North Bennett Street Industrial School), Cleveland, St. Paul, and Newark, N.J."; (c) "by an interpretation of the type in terms of a statement of the way in which it meets the needs of the educational situation."
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