## The Development of the Idea of Unified Mathematics in the Secondary School Curriculum, 1890-1930, Volume 2 |

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**Clark**.**Clark**had first met Schorling in the Men's Mathematics Club of Chicago , while**Clark**was at the Chicago Teachers**Clark**, while in Chicago , had begun working College . with Rugg . After Schorling had gone to Lincoln School in ...Page 462

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**Clark**thought , it necessary to teach much more than just mathematical concepts . Like Lindquist , he believed it ...**Clark**implied that these were more important than 65 John R.**Clark**: " Mathematics in the Junior High School , " MT ...Page 504

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**Clark**published a series called Modern Mathematics in 1922 and again in 1924. The book decidedly reflected the ...**Clark**: Modern Mathematics , Seventh School Year , Eighth School Year , and Ninth School Year ( Chicago , 1922 , 1922 ...### Common terms and phrases

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