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College News and Departmenal Notes: Mathematics


by Departmental notes - 1919

Professor David Eugene Smith addressed the students of the University of North Carolina on February 6 on the "Historical Development of Secondary Mathematics." On February 7 he addressed the students of the State Normal College on the same subject. On February 8 he spoke before the Association of Mathematics Teachers of North Carolina on "The Teaching of Secondary Mathematics," and later conducted a round table at Greensboro, North Carolina, on the same subject. On February 20 he attended a meeting of the Committee of the Experiment Board of Girls' Private Schools, and on March 6 he attended a meeting of a committee on the revision of the syllabus of the Regents of New York State relating to algebra.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 20 Number 2, 1919, p. 174-174
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 3741, Date Accessed: 7/20/2019 2:32:56 PM

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