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" While it is time to recognize that there is no spare money to be wasted in extravagant architecture and external appointments, on the other hand, when it comes to essentials, the last dollar to be economized in Massachusetts is that which gives the poorest... "
Address of His Excellency John D. Long to the Two Branches of the ... - Page 20
by John Davis Long - 1881 - 58 pages
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Addresses and Messages to the General Court, Proclamations, Official ...

Massachusetts. Governor - 1878
...outcry just now wrung out by annual municipal statements of the great cost of our common schools will only do their cause good if met with discrimination....The statistics show that wherever education is most diflused, crime and pauperism most diminish and arc mainly supplied from the ranks of illiteracy. Massachusetts...
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Governor's Messages

1881
...outcry just now wrung out by annual municipal statements of the great cost of our common schools will only do their cause good if met with discrimination....education is most diffused, crime and pauperism most diminish and are mainly supplied from the ranks of illiteracy. Massachusetts is no exception to this...
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court of Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Law - 1881
...it when you see it shining back in his brightened face, or even in the speaking eye of a deaf mute, to whom it has unlocked a new avenue of human intelligence...its cost. The relation that intelligence holds to public virtue and thrift is afresh attracting the most thoughtful attention. The statistics show that...
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Annual Report

United States. Office of Education - Education - 1882
...Massachusetts is that which gives the poorest public scholar free access to the best public education. * * * Take care that no fundamental attack be made upon...its cost. The relation that intelligence holds to public virtue and thrift U afresh attracting the most thoughtful attention. The importance of the public...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Education - Education - 1882
...Massachusetts is that which gives the poorest public scholar free access to the best public education. * * * Take care that no fundamental attack be made upon...its cost. The relation that intelligence holds to public virtue and thrift is afresh attracting the most thoughtful attention. The importance of the...
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Annual Report of the Chief Superintendent of Education

1880
...the speaking eye of a deaf mute, to whom it has unlocked a new avenue of human intelligence and ths very sympathies of the human voice. Take care that...made upon our common school system under cover of л criticism of its cost. The relation that intelligence holds to public virtue and thrift is a matter...
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