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College News and Departmental Notes: Horace Mann School


by Departmental notes - 1922

An informal survey of the achievement of pupils in the Horace Mann School has been made by Professor William A. McCall and his students. Standard tests were given in silent reading, arithmetic, spelling, and composition in all grades, from the second to the eighth, inclusive. In general, the results show that the work of the School in these subjects is about up to public school standards in the third grade, but increases from that grade until in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades the Horace Mann School pupils are about one year and a half ahead of public school pupils.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 23 Number 1, 1922, p. 88-88
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 4183, Date Accessed: 11/22/2019 7:24:43 AM

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