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" Open the doors to all let the children of the rich and the poor take their seats together and know of no distinction save that of industry, good conduct and intellect. "
From the Free Academy to CUNY: Illustrating Public Higher Education in New ... - Page 4
by Sandra Shoiock Roff, Anthony M. Cucchiara, Barbara J. Dunlap - 2000 - 146 pages
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The Myth of Black Progress

Alphonso Pinkney - Biography & Autobiography - 1986 - 198 pages
...1847 the chairman of the board of education made the following statement: "Open the doors to all. Let the children of the rich and the poor take their seats...distinction save that of industry, good conduct, and intellect."22 The first institution to be established was the Free Academy, which became the College...
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Everyday Philosophy: Practical Applications

Gene Bammel - Philosophy - 2005 - 436 pages
...was to make education accessible to all. As Townsend Harris phrased it: "Open the doors to all. ..Let the children of the rich and the poor take their seats...save that of industry, good conduct, and intellect." Education was to be primarily practical but not devoid of classical learning, and was to be as inexpensive...
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The City College of New York

Sydney C. Van Nort - History - 2007 - 128 pages
...higher seminaries of learning. Make them the property of the people open the doors to all let the children of the rich and the poor take their seats...save that of industry, good conduct, and intellect. A large number of the children of the rich now attend our public schools, and the ratio is rapidly...
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The Gigantic Book of Teachers' Wisdom

Erin Gruwell - Education - 2007 - 788 pages
...well aware of this. ALBERT CAMUS, FROM HIS BOOK THE PLAGUE (1948) Let the children of the rich and poor take their seats together and know of no distinction...save that of industry, good conduct, and intellect. TOWNSEND HARRIS To the uneducated, an A is just three sticks. AA MILNE I don't want to send...
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