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The Speyer School: Part I. Its History and Purpose: Controlling Ideas in the School


by James E. Russell, F. M. McMurry & T. D. Wood - 1902

The aims of a school are mainly the qualities of character desired in it, and any school naturally possesses a large number of them. But there are always some qualities that are especially valued, and these necessarily take the rank of controlling purposes.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 3 Number 5, 1902, p. 292-292
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9761, Date Accessed: 5/28/2020 10:26:25 AM

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