Report of the Minister of Education

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Ontario Education Department, 1873
 

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Table L Other Educational Institutions
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Table N Summary of the Maps Apparatus and Prize Books supplied to the Counties Cities Towns and Villages during the Year
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Table shewing the value of articles sent out from the Education Depository during the years 1851 to 1871
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Book Imports into Ontario and Quebec
18
Example of alleged interference acquiesced in pro bono publico
19
Practice and opinions of American Educationists in regard to a Depository
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Cautions and warnings of American Educationists
21
Steps taken by the Education Department for Ontario to supply our Schools with cheap and useful Books Maps and Apparatus c
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Table O Superannuated and Wornout Teachers
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Tablb P Educational Summary for 1871
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The Educational Museum
26
Electrotypes of Art Treasures
27
Extracts from Reports of Inspectors of Public Schools
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General Remarks on the Condition of the Schools and the opekation I of the School Law Improvement Act op 1871
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Statistical growth of the Schools in advance of their prosperity
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Two objections considered
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Pupils entitled to the essential minimum of a good English Education
32
The additional subjects in the course of study for Public Schools
33
Our present system sketched in 1846 We can remain no longer in a state of Educational probation and tutelage
34
The Dominion or National Stand point of view
35
Shallow education a grievous national wronga warning
36
Reform in the mode of teaching in the Public Schools 87
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Shorter hours and not shorter programme
39
Written Examinations as an educational help
40
Necessity for teaching practical science in the Schoolsexamples
41
Importance of teaching elementary science in the Public Schools
43
Drawing its importance and value in our schools
45
Technical Education its purpose and object
47
Connection between education and invention
48
Provision for teaching Vocal Music in our Schools
49
Facilities for giving a practical Commercial Education in the Schools
50
The people in advance of the Government on Compulsory Education
62
Defect in American Systems as compared with the European
63
Results of investigation on this subjectConclusions
64
Illiteracy of Criminals
65
Regular training Schools of Crime
66
Township Boards in various American States
67
Practical experience of Maine Massachusetts and Vermont
68
Amendment to our own School Law relating to Township Boards of Trustees
72
Summary of the disadvantages of a School Section System and advantages of a Township Board System
74
Additional Normal Schools for the Province
75
Necessity and importance of Normal School training
76
Time lost in the Normal Schools from want of literary qualification on the part of Students
77
Normal Schools in Pennsylvania
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Cost of Massachusetts Normal Schools
79
Object of Teachers Institutes
80
Provision for holding TeachersInstitutes in the United States
81
High Schools and Collegiate Institutes
91
Comprehensive view op the needs of and provision for National Education
99
Table A Moneys Amount received and expended in support of Public Schools
108
Table B Pupils Pupils attending the Public Schools
116
Number of Pupils in the different branches of Public School Education
124
The Number Religious Denomination Certificates and Salaries of Public
132
Table G Moneys received and expended in support of High Schools Pupils Fees
142
Meteorological Observations at the Senior County High Schools
154
India Rubber Manufactures
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Colleges Academies and Private Schools 169
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purposes 174
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MISCELLANEOUS
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Valuation of Schoolhouse property 64
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Table Q Statistical Abstract of the Educational progress of Ontario 176
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B Extractsjfrom Reports of Inspectors of Public Schools 17
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Halaman 93 - The voluntary outpouring of the public feeling, made to-day, from the North to the South, and from the East to the West, proves this sentiment to be both just and natural.
Halaman 6 - ... as well as of that which is to come. I prefer the order of Providence, and the principles on which our civil institutions and all our associations for public and social...
Halaman 40 - Eleventh—To make such rules and regulations as may be necessary and expedient to carry into efficient and uniform effect the provisions of this act...
Halaman 56 - No new schoolhouse shall be built except according to a plan approved by the board of school visitors and by the building committee of such district, nor at an expense exceeding the sum which the district may appropriate therefor.
Halaman 18 - Learn to speak slow, all other graces, Will follow in their proper places.
Halaman 165 - As eager to anticipate their grave; And the sea yawn'd around her like a hell, And down she suck'd with her the whirling wave, Like one who grapples with his enemy, And strives to strangle him before he die.
Halaman 47 - Room often comes from that restlessness, which proper intervals of Singing would best relieve. Singing is a healthful, physical exercise. In primary Schools. Gymnastic Exercises often accompany the singing. When children are trained to erectness of posture, and to the right use of the vocal organs, speaking, Reading and Singing are most invigorating exercises ; expanding the chest, promoting deep breathing, quickening the circulation, and arousing both the physical and mental energies.
Halaman 88 - It is not enough to erect commodious school-houses ; or compensate able teachers, and then leave them, masters and pupils, to themselves. A school is not a clock which you can wind up and then leave it to go of itself It is an organized living body : it has sensibilities ; it craves sympathy.
Halaman 42 - Why didn't somebody teach me the constellations, too, and make me at home in the starry heavens, which are always overhead, and which I don't half know to this day...
Halaman 16 - The great advantage of directing education towards the pursuits and occupations of the people, instead of wasting it on dismal verbalism, is that, while it elevates the individual, it at the same time gives security for the future prosperity of the Nation.

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