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

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**insisted**that " the school age is an age of high ideals , " and that everyone had to have a chance to prepare for a prominent career . He agreed that the problem would be easy if we knew who was going to fail in life . It would then be ...Page 463

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**insisted**, had pressed the " exposure or survey or the exploratory function too far . " " 67 • Clark decidedly recognized the exploratory function of the junior high school to be only a secondary consideration . Schorling , though he ...Page 479

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**insisted**that algebra had " spread itself so thin " that it was now forced to retreat on all fronts . To him it was evident that algebra had seen its last in the eighth grade , and was rapidly retreating in the ninth grade . The ...### Common terms and phrases

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