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" The residents of the subdistricts of Kingsville Township which have adopted this plan would deem it a retrogression to go back to the old subdistrict plan. It has given the school system of Kingsville an individuality which makes it unique and progressive.... "
School Buildings and Grounds in Nebraska - Page 246
by Nebraska. Dept. of Public Instruction, William Kirk Fowler - 1902 - 278 pages
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Public Opinion, Volume 27

American periodicals - 1899
...The residents of the sub-districts of Kingsville township which have adopted this plan would deem it retrogression to go back to the old sub-district plan....doors of the central school. The line between the country-bred and village-bred youth is blotted out. They study the same books, are competitors for...
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The Arena, Volume 22

Benjamin Orange Flower, John Clark Ridpath, Paul Tyner, John Emery McLean, Neuville O. Fanning, Charles Brodie Patterson - United States - 1899
...The residents of the subdistricts of Kingsville township which have adopted this plan, would deem it retrogression to go back to the old subdistrict plan....progressive. Pupils from every part of the township enjoy a graded-school education, whether they live in the most remote corner of the township, or at the very...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 4

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1901
...go back to the old snb -district plan. It has given the school system of Kingsville an individnality which makes it unique and progressive Pupils from...doors of the central school. The line between the country-bred and village-bred youth is blotted out. They study the same books, are competitors for...
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Bulletin of the University of Texas: General series, Issue 7

University of Texas - 1907
...1899 : " ' * * * The residents of the sub-districts of Kingsville township which have adopted this plan would deem it a retrogression to go back to the...progressive. Pupils from every part of the township enjoy graded school education, whether they live in the most remote corner of the township or at the very...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 4

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1903
...the magazines: " The residents of the sub-districts of Kingsville Township, which have adopted this plan, would deem it a retrogression to go back to the old subdistiict plan. It has given the school system of Kiugsville an individuality which makes it unique...
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School: A Monthly Record of Educational Thought and Progress, Volume 2

Laurie Magnus, Robert Binney Lattimer - Education - 1904
...conveyance of pupils. The effect upon the neighbourhood is thus described in the Arena for July 1899 : " It has given the school system of Kingsville an individuality...doors of the central school. The line between the country-bred and town-bred youth is blotted out. With the grading of the school and the larger number...
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The Consolidation of Rural Schools with and Without Transportation

Una Bedichek, George Terrell Baskett - Public schools - 1904 - 38 pages
...1899. < * * * rpj^ residents Of the sub-districts of Kingsville township which have adopted this plan would deem it a retrogression to go back to the...progressive. Pupils from every part of the township enjoy graded school education, whether they live in the most remote corner of the township or at the very...
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Bulletin: General series. [2 volumes of works on education bound together].

University of Texas at Austin - 1907
...1899 : " ' * * * The residents of the sub-districts of Kingsville township which have adopted this plan would deem it a retrogression to go back to the...progressive. Pupils from every part of the township enjoy graded school education, whether they live in the most remote corner of the township or at the very...
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The Southern Educational Journal, Volume 14

Education - 1900
...cost in 1897 was $23.20 and in 1899 it was $21.91, or a decrease of $1.29 in the aggregate. ADVANTAGE. Pupils from every part of the township enjoy a graded...doors of the central school. The line between the country-bred and village-bred youth is blotted out. They study the same books, are competitors for...
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The Consolidation of Rural Schools with and Without Transportation

Una Bedichek, George Terrell Baskett, Alexander Caswell Ellis - Rural schools - 1907 - 85 pages
...July, 1899: * * * The residents of the sub-districts of Kingsville township which have adopted this plan would deem it a retrogression to go back to the old sub-district plan. It fcas given the school system of Kingsville an individuality which makes it unique and progressive....
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