A Sketch of the History of the Michigan State Teachers' Association (Google eBook)

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Commercial Steam Printing House, 1877 - 70 pages
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Page 49 - That the Board of Regents recognize the right of every resident of Michigan to the enjoyment of the privileges afforded by the University, and that no rule exists in any of the University statutes for the exclusion of any person from the University who possesses the requisite literary and moral qualifications.
Page 4 - a schoolmaster of good morals to teach children to read and write, and to instruct them in the English and French languages, as well as in Arithmetic, Orthography, and decent behaviour,
Page 21 - an animated discussion, was referred to the Executive Committee. The " Library System of the State " was quite fully considered and debated, and the subject was referred to a special committee to report at the next annual meeting. The same action was taken upon the question of the " County Superintendency.
Page 49 - afforded by the University, and that no rule exists in any of the University statutes for the exclusion of any person from the University who possesses the requisite literary and moral qualifications.
Page 51 - or errors in the management of a school and will, as a wise and practical friend, counsel with both parents and teachers for its general improvement Such an officer might render the most useful aid to the cause of education by holding teachers' institutes for the teachers within his district. The committee recommend that this subject be referred to a special committee, to report at the next annual meeting,
Page 48 - That it is the opinion of this Association that the co-education of the sexes is in accordance with true philosophy, and is practically expedient.
Page 35 - Kent, of the Law Department of the University, delivered an address on " The Origin and Extent of the Duty of the State to Educate." President Tarbell made an address in which he sketched the outlines of a system suitable, in his
Page 56 - by a higher mental cultivation and preparation for the office, and then boldly demand a remuneration for their labors according to their value.
Page 34 - of Ann Arbor, read a paper on " School Work in its Relations to the Moral and Religious Nature of the Pupils," and Prof. J. Estabrook, of the Normal School, presented the subject of " Teaching Reading Practically Considered," which topic was also discussed by Prof. Sill.
Page 19 - and the time and place of the next meeting were referred to the Executive Committee.

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