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Open-Air Schools: Part 3. Organizaton of Typical Open-Air Schools Including Observations Based on Personal Visits


by Siegried Maia Hansen Upton - 1914

The phrase "open-air school" applies to all school rooms situated in the open air, and fully exposed to the air on one or more sides, providing merely shelter from wind and rain. There is no artificial heating, the temperature of the room always being that of the open air. An "open window" room is one which is usually heated artificially in winter and supplies fresh air and cold temperatures through open windows, there being no entire side of the room fully exposed to the air from floor to ceiling.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 15 Number 3, 1914, p. 13-34
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10223, Date Accessed: 1/17/2020 8:11:27 AM

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