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Agricultural Education: Elementary and Secondary Schools

Benjamin Marshall Davis
The Elementary School Teacher
Vol. 11, No. 9 (May, 1911), pp. 469-484
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This item contains 28 references.

  • 1
    This journal, Vol. X, Nos. 3, 4, and 6.
  • 4
    "Agriculture in High Schools," written by C. H. Robinson
  • 5
    G. A. Bricker in his Teaching of Agriculture in the High School, chap. ii (126)
  • 6
    Georgia District Agricultural Schools, 129.
  • 7
    This journal, Vol. X, No. 6.
  • 8
    This journal, Vol. X, No. 8.
  • 124
    "What Constitutes Successful Work in Agriculture in Rural Schools?" B. M. DAVIS, Proceedings of the National Education Association for 1908, 1189-94.
  • 125
    "The District Schools in a County as Educational and Social Centers," JESSIE FIELD, National Society for the Study of Education, Tenth Year- book, Part II (1911), 17-19.
  • 126
    The Teaching of Agriculture in the High School, G. A. BRICKER. New York: Macmillan (1911), XXV, 202.
  • 127
    "The School of Agriculture," University of Minnesota Bulletin, XIII, No. 10 (1910), 66.
  • 128
    Secondary Agricultural Education in Alabama, C. J. OWENS, United States Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations, Bulle- tin 220 (1909), 30.
  • 129
    First Annual Report of the Congressional District Agricultural Schools of Georgia, Georgia State College of Agriculture, Bulletin for Decem- ber, 1909.
  • 130
    Agricultural High School, B. H. CROCHERON, Philopolis, Md. Prospectus of the Baltimore (Md.) Agricultural High School (19o9).
  • 131
    "Community Work in the Agricultural High School," B. H. CROCHERON, National Society for the Study of Education, Tenth Yearbook, Part II (1911), 9-16.
  • 132
    "Elementary Agriculture in the New Holland (Ohio) High School," G. A. BRICKER, Ohio Agricultural College Extension Bulletin, III, No. 7 (1908), 6.
  • 133
    "The John Swaney School," V. C. KAYs, Nature-Study Review, IV, No. 9 (1908), 271-75.
  • 134
    Opportunity for the California High School: Industrial and Agricul- tural Education, EDWARD HIATT, California State Department of Educa- tion, Special Bulletin (July, 1910), 21.
  • 135
    "Agriculture in the Secondary Schools of California," E. B. BABCOCK, Nature-Study Review, V (1909), 210-18.
  • 136
    "The State High School," A. E. PICKARD, Hinckley (Minn.) High School Bulletin (1910), 23.
  • 137
    Schools of Agriculture, Mechanic Arts, and Home Making, F. W. HOWE, New York State Department of Education, Special Circular (November 1, 1910).
  • 138
    "Syllabus for Secondary Schools: Agriculture," ibid., Annual Report (1910), III, 1-102.
  • 139
    Department of Agriculture, E. A. COKEFAIR, Cape Giradeau, Mo.: The Missouri State Normal School Bulletin, Catalogue Number (1909), 63-67.
  • 140
    "The Curriculum of the Agricultural High School," STUART G. NOBLE, The Mississippi School Journal, XV (1911), 7-11.
  • 141
    Report of the Board of Education on Agricultural Education, R. W. STIMSON, et al., Massachusetts State Department of Education, Special Report (1911), 104.
  • 142
    "Report of Committee on Encouraging College-Entrance Credit in High- School Agriculture," A. B. GRAHAM, Proceedings of the National Edu- cation Association for 1910, 480-83.
  • 143
    "Practical Aspects of Science in Secondary Education," W. R. HART, et al., ibid., 446-80.
  • 144
    "An Experiment of Methods of Teaching Zoology," J. P. GILBERT, Journal of Educational Psychology (June, 1910), 321-32.
  • 145
    Ibid., School Science and Mathematics, XI, No. 3 (March, 1911), 205-15.