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Publication Date: 01/01/1926

60 pages

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Endeavor to improve our secondary education has been and is most marked in the public-high-school field, so that Professor Hanus’s Inglis Lecture treats only this side of the subject. He presents in outline certain agencies and the procedures which have functioned in bringing out contemporary opportunity for secondary education to its present stage of development; and he makes several characteristically potent suggestions for still further rising the standard of accomplishment in our schools. In this latest lecture Professor Hanus once more evinces that power to stimulate thought which long ago made him a leader in American education.

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