The Present State and Future Development of Domestic Science Courses in the High School
by Ellen H. Richards — 1905
The teaching of science in the high school has suffered because of the tradition prevailing since the organization of the English High School of Boston in 1821, "that it is required of all the masters and ushers as a necessary qualification that they should have been regularly educated at some university."
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