Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volumen1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903
 

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Primary education
673
Agencies complementary to the school
679
Secondary education
685
Higher education
698
Admission of foreign students to French universities
708
Progress of public education in Italy by Dr Tullio de SuzzaraVerdi 74 1
741
The Baccelli bill for the reform of superior education in Italy
767
ILLITERAcy or THE Voting Population IN THE UNITED STATEs Prepared under direction
789
CoMMERCIAL EDUCATION IN SWITZERLANT
837
Details concerning Swiss commercial schools
848
German chambers of commerce and commercial education 8 57
857
Admission to Italian art galleries
864
German professorship of railroads
872
Educational notes from Siberia 88 1
881
HENRY BARNARD
887
Establishment of the office of the Commissioner of Education of the United States and Henry
901
Oxford University and the Rhodes seholarships By W T Harris 0 49
960
The Bodleian tercentenary By J B Firth
990
Oxford University extension lectures official circular and programme 99 1
1001
The education law of 1902
1013
Local school administration under the new education law from speech of Mr James
1026
The new education act at work By T J Macnamara
1035
Relation of the new English law to the province of secondary education
1041
State of secondary education in Scotland and Ireland 10 18
1049
Scope of secondary education as indicated by typical schools and programmes 10 53
1064
CHILD STUDY IN CHICAGO
1095
Rate of annual increase in growth and development
1101
Tests of sight and hearing II 11
1117
The John Worthy School reformatory
1136
Elementary instruction
1144
Chief State school officers
1151
Presidents of colleges for men and of coeducational colleges
1162
Presidents of colleges for women
1168

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