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COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION
THE YEAR 1892-93.
CONTAINING PARTS III AND IV.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
Congressional grants of land and money for colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
Early views and plans relating to a national university.
CHAPTER II.-Report of the COMMITTEE OF TEN ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDIES, WITH PAPERS
The unity of educational reform, by Charles W. Eliot, president of Harvard University.
Notes on the report of the committee of ten, by James H. Baker, president of University of
The report of the conference on English, by A. F. Nightingale, superintendent of high schools,
The report from the point of view of the large mixed high school, by O. D. Robinson, principai
Statistics of institutions for educating the colored race, showing grade of students during 1892-93.