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

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**according**to Snedden , was that they were consumers . To him this implied a course in 5 " utilizer's arithmetic " common to all pupils and completed by the sixth grade . After this , " the most urgent educational needs " of the various ...Page 392

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**According**to Lindquist , " fostering a quantitative solution of questions may well be made the 124 Gertrude E. Allen : " Objectives in Teaching Mathematics in Secondary School , " MT , XVI ( 1923 ) , 69 . 1 main objective of mathematics ...Page 439

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**according**to their future need for mathematics , but the new testing devices enabled a division of the pupils on the basis of " innate mathe- matical ability . " Ability grouping in this way had relevance to all areas of the curriculum ...### Common terms and phrases

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