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Experimental Work in Elementary Schools: Interrelations of School and Neighborhood Work in the Speyer School


by Ernest B. Kent - 1904

Speyer School represents probably the first formal combination of school and settlement under one management and in one building, its purpose being to prepare teachers for rendering a broader type of social service through their schools and to demonstrate the mutual advantages to both school and settlement which are believed obtainable through their close cooperation. The experiment has been in operation for but little more than a year and the lines of work, which have been tried, will necessarily appear somewhat disconnected. But perhaps a brief discussion of the advantages expected from such a union may make clearer the bearing and value of the work so far attempted.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 5 Number 3, 1904, p. 44-56
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9802, Date Accessed: 8/10/2020 2:14:11 AM

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