A MODERN SCHOOL,

By: Paul H Hanus

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A MODERN SCHOOL, by Paul H Hanus (Professor of the History and Art of Teaching, Harvard University)
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The Macmillan Company, New York - reprint edition, 1911. hardcover, 5¼" x 7¾" (lacks jacket, if issued). Some pages remain uncut at bottom. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Red cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, gilded top edges, and untrimmed leading and bottom edges, brown endpapers, publishers advertisements at rear. This book sets forth the scope and aims of a modern school, more particularly of a secondary school, and the conditions essential to its highest efficiency. Chapters include: the Academy and the Public High School; A Six-Year High School Programme; The School and the Home; Obstacles to Educational Progress; and Education as a University Study and the Professional Training of College-Bred Teachers.

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