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Comparative study of the schools for secondary instruction in Europe and America
Williams, Charles S.
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1928.
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KELLY State University of New York at Buffalo Abstract—This article surveys the expansion of women's primary, secondary. Schooling at the secondary level spans four years in duration, gradesbeginning at age 12 or 13 and culminating at age 16 or The curriculum that students are exposed to depends on the type of school they attend.
General Secondary Schools. Students in the General Secondary Schools must take and pass a wide variety of courses. in the majority of American public school sys tems. Unlike all other Western countries of simi lar civilization, we lack a national standard for curricula, for school-leaving examinations, for di plomas, or for teacher qualifications.
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