Training and equipment of the high school teacher of English in the state of North Carolina

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Fern Joanna Curtis (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: This is a period of change. Throughout the schools of the world radical reorganizations are being made. Subjects long honored and esteemed as the backbone of the curriculum are being ruthlessly thrust out, while formerly unpopular studies are being precipitated into their places with a rush. New subjects are being created, to find themselves popular at birth. Greek has practically disappeared from the public high school; the stronghold of Latin is beginning to totter: geometry is seeking to justify its existence. Not only are subjects in the curriculum being added and dropped, but within those very subjects is the reorganization going on. In each study those phases of work which can not demonstrate their usefulness to society are mercilessly being cast out.

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Language: English
Date: 1929
English teachers $z North Carolina
English teachers $x Training of
High school teachers $z North Carolina

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