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Departmental Notes: Secondary Education

by James E. Russell - 1902

SECONDARY EDUCATION Teachers College announces the appointment of Dr. Julius Sachs, New York City, to the professorship of Secondary Education. The department to which Dr. Sachs has been called is now fully established for the first time. A general course on Secondary Education has been offered during the past two years by Dean Russell and Professor Monroe, but the work has grown to such proportions that a full professorship is necessary. Dr. Sachs will bring to the department ripe scholarship and wide experience in secondary school affairs. He graduated from Columbia University, A.B. 1867, and took his degree of Ph.D. In Rostock, Germany, 1871. He was also a student at Wurzburg, Gottingen and Berlin. In 1872 he established his Boys Preparatory School now located on Fifty-ninth Street, near Fifth Avenue, and since 1891 has also been Principal of the School for Girls established in the same neighborhood. He was President of the Schoolmasters Association in 1889; President of the American Philological Association in 1891; President of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools in 1898; President of the Head-Masters Association of the United States in 1899, and President of the New York Society of the Archaeological Institute since 1900.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 3 Number 1, 1902, p. 37-39
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9741, Date Accessed: 11/13/2019 7:40:08 PM

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