Seven, Eight, and Nine Years in the Elementary School

  title={Seven, Eight, and Nine Years in the Elementary School},
  author={Eugene Clyde Brooks},
  journal={The Elementary School Teacher},
  pages={20 - 28}
  • E. Brooks
  • Published 1 September 1913
  • Education
  • The Elementary School Teacher
Can a four-year high school resting on a seven-year grammar school give a preparation equal to that of a four-year high school resting on an eight-year grammar school ? It is not so much the purpose of my investigation to answer this question as it is to present some facts relative to the grammar schools especially and the high school incidentally, which are sufficient to prove this, that there is no general rule governing the length of the grammar school, and no strong reason why either a… 
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Current Educational Literature in the Periodicals

(N. 'I3.) Babcock, E. B. The use of phonetics in teaching elementary French. School R. 21:608-17. (N. '13.) Bawden, William T. Agricultural education thru home projects: the Massachusetts plan. Voca.

Books Received

Calhoun, Dorothy Donnell. When Great Folks Were Little Folks. New York: Macmillan, I913. Pp. xi+I74. $0.40. Faculty, Columbia University. Lectures on Literature. Columbia University Press, 1911. Pp.