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

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**thought**was being given to algebra and geometry . It was still possible in this period to find advocates of algebra in the elementary 189 courses as an aid to the study of arithmetic . fact , in 1911 , the State of New York presented an ...Page 480

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**thought**that " in time Europe will have to do the # 195 Smith recognized this change , as a change in same . There the leaders of educational**thought**, who wished to select only those things that were practical in algebra . were ...Page 518

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**thought**to be the least relevant . In comparison with the " general mathematics " text of Schorling and Reeve six years before , Reeve's ideas of correlation and unification had indeed changed radically . For example , in the earlier ...### Common terms and phrases

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