What the Schools Teach and Might Teach

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2004
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     ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK WHAT THE SCHOOLS TEACH AND MIGHT TEACH***
     E-text prepared by S. R. Ellison, Stan Goodman, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team
 WHAT THE SCHOOLS TEACH AND MIGHT TEACH

     by
     FRANKLIN BOBBITT
 Assistant Professor of Educational Administration
 The University of Chicago
 
     1915
     CLEVELAND EDUCATION SURVEY
 Leonard P. Ayres, Director
 
     The Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation
 Cleveland, Ohio
 
       Charles E. Adams, Chairman
   Thomas G. Fitzsimons
   Myrta L. Jones
   Bascom Little
   Victor W. Sincere
 
       Arthur D. Baldwin, Secretary
   James R. Garfield, Counsel
   Newton D. Baker, Counsel
   Alien T. Burns, Director
 
 FOREWORD

     This report on "What the Schools Teach and Might Teach" is one of the 25 sections of the report of the Education Survey of Cleveland conducted by the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation in 1915. Twenty-three of these sections will be published as separate monographs. In addition there will be a larger volume giving a summary of the findings and recommendations relating to the regular work of the public schools, and a second similar volume giving the summary of those sections relating to industrial education. Copies of all these publications may be obtained from the Cleveland Foundation. They may also be obtained from the Division of Education of the Russell Sage Foundation, New York City. A complete list will be found in the back of this volume, together with prices.
 TABLE OF CONTENTS

       Foreword
   List of Tables
   Prefatory Statement
   The Point of View
   Reading and Literature
   Spelling
   Handwriting
   Language, Composition, Grammar
   Mathematics
     Algebra
     Geometry
   History
   Civics
   Geography
   Drawing and Applied Art
   Manual Training and Household Arts
   Elementary Science
   High School Science
   Physiology and Hygiene
   Physical Training
   Music
   Foreign Languages
   Differentiation of Courses
   Summary
 
 LIST OF TABLES

       TABLE
     1. Time given to reading and literature
     2. Sets of supplementary reading books per building
     3. Weeks given to reading of different books in
        High School of Commerce
     4. Time given to spelling
     5. Time given to handwriting
     6. Time given to language, composition, and grammar
     7. Time given to arithmetic
     8. Time given to history
     9. Time given to geography
    10. Time given to drawing
    11. Time given to manual training
    12. Time given to science, physiology, hygiene
    13. Time given to physical training
    14. Time given to music
 

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