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Departmental Notes: Geography


by Departmental notes - 1902

The College Entrance Requirement in Geography. A comparison of the Secondary Course of Study in Geography in the Horace Mann School, as outlined in the RECORD, Vol. II, March, 1901, pp. 74-104, with the recently published outline of Requirements in Geography of the College Entrance Examination Board, in Document No. 8, January 10, 1902, pp. 35-40, will show an essential similarity of plan. In fact, the course in the Horace Mann School was outlined to meet the requirements for College Entrance as they had at that time already been advocated by the sub-committee on Geography of the Committee on College Entrance Requirements of the National Educational Association. The course in the Horace Mann School covers the ground in a somewhat different order of larger topics, but the course can be easily rearranged to meet the needs of teachers.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 3 Number 2, 1902, p. 99-101
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9751, Date Accessed: 7/21/2019 7:02:39 AM

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