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

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**ninth grade**mathematics in 1916. The study assumed that the content of the grade nine course was valid , and so was concerned only with the problems of teaching algebra . Rugg and Clark attempted to do this by means of " standardized ...Page 479

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**ninth grade**of the tra- ditionally organized school . William Betz became con- cerned about the trend . The " general mathematics " course of grade nine had taken on a definite character by this time . As Betz saw it , the " general ...Page 494

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**ninth grade**. The other two kinds of courses represented the traditional algebra taught in the**ninth grade**, while the tenth grade of the mathematics curriculum remained the stronghold of demonstrative geometry . There were numerous ...### Common terms and phrases

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