Educational Survey of Bulloch County, Georgia, Issue 4

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State Department of Education, 1915 - Education - 72 pages
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Page 11 - And yet a lack of thoroughness in the fundamentals of scholarship is probably the most noticeable characteristic of the rural schools in this and other counties surveyed. In the majority of schools we have found that the majority of the children of the fifth and sixth grades do not readily enumerate numbers of six figures...
Page 4 - A supervisor to assist the superintendent in a closer supervision of the schools. Also, more office room for a permanent display of school work. 3. A better planning of school houses for school purposes.
Page 5 - Advantages lay with pupils trained in the kindergarten. RURAL EDUCATION. 941. Georgia. Department of education. Educational survey of Bulloch County, Georgia. By ML Duggan, rural school agent ... [Atlanta?] 1915. 72, [6] p. illus. 8. No. 4 in a series of educational surveys of the counties of Georgia. 942. Educational survey of Morgan County, Georgia. By ML Duggan, rural school agent ... [Atlanta?] 1915. 77 p. illus. 8. No. 5 in a series of educational surveys of the counties of Oeorgla.
Page 4 - Al.*o. better equipments. 4. Better sanitation. Particularly with reference to the drinking water and the school toilets. 5. Consolidation at some points. One-teacher schools can never reach the high<-st efficiency.
Page 11 - ... read their history lessons understandingly or well; are very slow in finding a word in the dictionary, generally unable to determine its meaning clearly when found, and can rarely determine its pronunciation at all. These serious defects seem to...
Page 7 - ... public official who feels it his duty to spring at every appropriation for public education. Greater demands will yet be made, and as long as public money is expended honestly in support of schools, the so-called economizer must keep quiet. In our great American commonwealth, our common schools must have the right of way over all other institutions that stand for public good. Charter tax limits fixt by former generations of city fathers must clear the way for modern education. Every dollar of...

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