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" The profession of a teacher would appear to be a sort of stage, where the girl waits for an establishment suited to her taste, and the young man a more lucrative position. For many young persons this temporary profession is the means of procuring the... "
A Memorial of the Life and Services of John D. Philbrick - Page 91
edited by - 1887 - 225 pages
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Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 9

Education - 1879
...; and, if the lady teachers show a longer term, it is not to be forgotten that marriage is usually the end of their desires, and that, once married, they almost always resign their positions. Public opinion is, in general, wholly opposed to retaining married women on...
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Report of the Board of Education of the State of Connecticut to the Governor ...

Connecticut. Board of Education - 1879
...service; and, if the lady teachers show a longer term, it is not to be forgotten that marriage is usually the end of their desires, and that, once married, they almost always resign their positions. It has thus come to pass, by the mere force of circumstances, that the school...
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Tree Planting, Forestry in Europe: And Other Papers

Birdsey Grant Northrop - Forests and forestry - 1880 - 123 pages
...service; and, if the lady teachers show a longer term, it is not to be forgotten that marriage is usually the end of their desires, and that, once married, they almost always resign their positions. It has thus come to pass, by the mere force of circumstances, that the school...
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Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Instruction, Volume 55

American Institute of Instruction - Education - 1884
...For many young persons this temporary profession is the means of procuring the funds for continuing their studies. Few masters count more than four or...service." If this is the correct statement of the case, aud that it is, I think will be generally agreed, then our system has failed to create a stable, permanent...
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City School Systems in the United States, Issues 1-3

John Dudley Philbrick - Education - 1885 - 207 pages
...For many youug persons this temporary profession is the means of procuring the funds for continuing their studies. Few masters count more than four or...marriage is ordinarily the end of their desires ; and once married they almost always withdraw from the service. If this is the correct statement of the...
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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
...For many young persons this temporary profession is the means of procuring the funds for continuing their studies. Few masters count more than four or...if instructresses remain longer in the profession, ii must he remembered that marriage is ordinarily the end of their desires ; and once married they...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 3

1887
...the fuads for continuing their studies. Few masters count more than four or live years >if -cr. ice, and if instructresses remain longer in the profession-...marriage is ordinarily the end of their desires; and once married they always withdraw from the profession." Thus the is plain, there is no permanent profession...
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Report of the Board of Education

Connecticut. State Board of Education - Education - 1879
...; and, if the lady teachers show a longer term, it is not to be forgotten that marriage is usually the end of their desires, and that, once married, they almost always resign their positions. It has thus come to pass, by the mere force of circumstances, that the school...
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