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The Teaching of Economics in Public High Schools

Joseph M. O'Leary
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Vol. 54, No. 3 (May, 1940), pp. 502-518
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1882454
Page Count: 17
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The Teaching of Economics in Public High Schools
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Abstract

Scope of the study, 502.--Schools offering such courses, 503.--Enrollment, 503.--The teachers: training, 504; publication, 505; professional affiliations, 505; experience, 506; salaries, 506.--"Controversial topics," 506.--Relation to remainder of the curriculum, 507.--Growth in recent years and causes thereof, 508.--Control of instruction, 509.--Time devoted to subject, 509.--Size of classes, 510.--Correlation with other social studies, 510.--Texts used, 511.--Teaching methods, 513.--Coordination with neighboring colleges, 516.--Conclusions and proposals for improvement, 516.

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