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

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**importance**in almost all phases of civilization , it ought to be evident that a well - rounded mental discipline cannot be secured without a considerable amount of study of such properties . 43 Apparently his faith in mental discipline ...Page 350

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**importance**for worthy citizenship . " 55 One observer „ 56 At of the California situation considered this a serious problem , and was convinced that the teacher of mathe- matics would have to " sell " his subject and " the idea of its ...Page 511

Solberg Einar Sigurdson.

Solberg Einar Sigurdson.

**importance**was carefully set up : social worth -- material to be included must prove of social worth ( in school , in the home , in the occupation , or in leisure activities ) ...**importance**was carefully set up: ...### Common terms and phrases

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