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

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**correlate**mathe- matical subjects has spread and is still making 165 166 Ibid . , p . 70 . " Report of the Committee on the**Correlation**of Secondary Mathematics , " Central Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers : Proceedings ...Page 288

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**correlation**was on the increase : 167 11 " Report of the Committee on the**Correlation**of Secondary Mathematics , ' Central Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers : Proceedings of the Fifteenth Meeting , 1915 , p . 215 . C f ว ...Page 338

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**correlation**was not enough . It must be proved , he said , that mathe- matics was the only subject that could train the mind . Even if the coefficient of**correlation**between mathe- matics and English or foreign languages were high , it ...### Common terms and phrases

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