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

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**suggested**, especially the study of the elementary equation , despite the realization that " many teachers and many 190 text - book writers " thought differently . Advocates of geometry in the elementary school were even more scarce ...Page 358

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**suggested**by the Committee of Ten . As has been seen , their efforts , in terms of algebra and geometry , were of little avail . To many secondary mathematics educators , the breaking - up of the traditional pattern of the twelve grades ...Page 534

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**suggested**on " informational " mathematics . Breslich's second course centered around geome- try of the demonstrative variety . Like Myers , he was not successful in changing the demonstrative geometry course greatly . This area of the ...### Common terms and phrases

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