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" Commission, of which the eminent educator, M. Buisson, was the president, and contrasted with the success in this respect of the French system. In France, says the reporter, " One embraces the career of teaching with the intention of creating for himself... "
A Memorial of the Life and Services of John D. Philbrick - Page 91
edited by - 1887 - 225 pages
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Report of the Board of Education of the State of Connecticut to the Governor ...

Connecticut. Board of Education - 1879
...view of creating I for himself a stable and permanent position. Those who abandon it before obtaining their retiring pension form the exception. The young beginner expects to live and die a teacher, and as each year adds to his previous experience, the time comes when, possessed of adequate theoretical...
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Education, Volume 5

Education - 1885
...the American pi in of dealing V" with teachers has not built up a stable and permanent profession or teaching. The failure of our system of instruction...the role of his superiors to simple encouragement or kindly advice. In the United States it is otherwise. The profession of teacher would appear to be...
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Tree Planting, Forestry in Europe: And Other Papers

Birdsey Grant Northrop - Forests and forestry - 1880 - 123 pages
...never found a fitter for himself a stable and permanent position. Those who abandon it before obtaining their retiring pension form the exception. The young beginner expects to live and die a teacher, and as each year adds to his previous experience, the time comes when, possessed of adequate theoretical...
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City School Systems in the United States, Issues 1-3

John Dudley Philbrick - Education - 1885 - 207 pages
...contrasted with the success, in this respect, of the French system. In France, says the reporter1 — One embraces the career of teaching with the intention...the role of his superiors to simple encouragement or kindly advice. In the United States it is otherwise. The profession of teacher would appear to be...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education ..., Issues 1-5; Issue 1886

United States. Bureau of Education, United States. Office of Education - Education - 1885
...position. Those who abandon it before having obtained their retiring pension form the exception. The yonng beginner expects to live and die a teacher; and, each...practical, he can conduct his school with method, with ti:rcess, and thus limit the role of his superiors to simple encouragement or kindly advice. In the...
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Report of the Board of Education

Connecticut. State Board of Education - Education - 1879
...view of creating for himself a stable and permanent position. Those who abandon it before obtaining their retiring pension form the exception. The young beginner expects to live and die a teacher, and as each year adds to his previous experience, the time comes when, possessed of adequate theoretical...
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