April 1910
America;4/23/1910, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p52
This article discusses the increasing approval being met by the syllabus prepared by the public school authorities of New York State for grammar schools. The syllabus states that a course of work taken for six years is best adapted for primary grades is agreed upon by educators as a solution of the problem of the long time now demanded by the courses of secondary and higher schools. To implement better co-ordination of schoolwork, modern educators speak of drawing down the higher schools to meet more closely the lower grades.


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