Internal School Accounting for Extra- Curricular Activities in Public Schools


by N. L. Engelhardt & G. W. Grill - 1925

In 1890, there were about two hundred thousand high school pupils in the United States. Thirty years later, in 1920, the number so enrolled had increased to approximately two million. With the increase in number of students has come a multiplication of student organizations and activities,—literary societies, debating clubs, honor organizations, student senates, student councils, athletic associations, weekly newspapers, monthly literary magazines, school annuals, class organizations, language clubs, history clubs. Some of these now exist in every high school, and in many schools all of them and many more may be found.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 26 Number 9, 1925, p. 753-764
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 5975, Date Accessed: 7/16/2019 11:11:49 PM

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