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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 148 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=9mm, Gew.=195gr, [GR: 27200 - TB/Erziehung/Bildung/Unterricht], [SW: - Education / Teaching], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS IN TRAINING STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS Il TRAINING By WALTER SCOTT HERTZOG BALTIMORE WARWICK YORK, Inc. 1921 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A study of this kind is impossible without the assistance of many school officials and other educators. I wish to acknowledge my debt of gratitude to all who have so courteously cooperated in securing the data. In many instances it was not feasible to give the names of those who responded to my requests for information. Educa tional literature has been used freely in compiling the statements of conditions in various states and countries. Whatever measure of success has been achieved in this study is largely due to the personal influence and inspira tion of Dr. Wm. C. Bagley, of Teachers College, who was the pioneer in advocating subsidies for prospective teachers in. the United States. CONTENTS PAGE Chapter I The Prospective Teacher and the State Conditions that make a profession attractive. . . 7 Teacher-training as a state function 8 Methods by which the state may provide trained teachers 13 Purpose of this study 23 Chapter II. A Survey of Conditions which May Justify Additional Aid for Prospective Teachers Introduction 25 Composition of the teaching population 26 Statistics of educational development since 1870 43. Cost of training at Normal Schools 55 Chapter III. Plans for Recruiting the Profession Through Financial Assistance In the United States 61 In Canada 69 In Latin-America 70 In Europe 72 In Asia 78 In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. . . 79 Chapter IV. Methods of Recruiting other Profes sions and Occupations Through Financial Assistance In industry 83 In occupations for women telephone, telegraph, stenography, nursing 83 Army and Navy West Point and Annapolis ... 85 Scholarships for higher education 88 3 4 STATE MAINTENANCE OF TEACHERS IN TRAINING Traveling scholarships 90 New York State Nautical School 90 Church boards of education and the ministry . . 91 Chapter V. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Subsidies for Teacher Training as an Element in Recruiting the Profession Advantages 103 Disadvantages ..... 113 Chapter VI. Conclusions Terms of a state subsidy bill 127 Bibliography 135 Appendix A. Table of State Situation on Teacher Training 139 Appendix B. Recent or Pending Legislation 141 TABLES AND DIAGRAMS Table I. Preparation of Teachers in Missouri in Years Beyond Elementary Schools 27 Table II. Preparation of Elementary Teachers of Montana 1919-20 3 Table III. Preparation of High School T. eachers In Montana 1919-20 3 2 Table IV. Prepared Teachers in Public Schools of Montana 191 r to 1920 33 Table V. Average Salaries of Teachers in Relation to Training Montana 1919-20 34 Table VI. Teacher Shortage in the United States, October, 1920 36 Table VIX. Comparison of the Development of Normal Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Uni versities with Population, Wealth, and Public School Systems 44 Table VIII. New York State Normal Schools Attend ance and Graduates 48 Table IX. Increase in University Enrollment 1915-19 0 49 Table X. Comparison of Intelligence in Pennsylvania Colleges and Normal Schools in Octo ber, 1919 5 2 Table XI. Comparison of Ability of Freshmen in Nor mal Schools and Universities as Meas ured by the Army Alpha Test S3 Table XII. Henry C. 3 rick Educational Commission, Pittsburgh, Pa 69 Table XIII. Remuneration and Educational Requirements of Nurses in GeneralHospitals in the United States 86 Table XIV. Present Occupation of American Rhodes Scholars, 1904-1914 89 Table XV. Activities of General Education Board of Methodist Church Report of 1920 93 Table XVI. Activities of General Education Board of Presbyterian Church Report of 1920.. 94 5 6 STATE MAINTENANCE O TEACHERS IN TRAINING Table XVII. Chicago Presbytery Membership of Churches 96 Table XVIII. Chicago Presbytery Change of Membership in last year 97 Table XIX. Chicago Presbytery Sunday School Member ship 98 Table XX... STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS IN TRAINING STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS Il TRAINING By WALTER SCOTT HERTZOG BALTIMORE WARWICK YORK, Inc. 1921 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A study of this kind is impossible without the assistance of many school officials and other educators. I wish to acknowledge my debt of gratitude to all who have so courteously cooperated in securing the data. In many instances it was not feasible to give the names of those who responded to my requests for information. Educa tional literature has been used freely in compiling the statements of conditions in various states and countries. Whatever measure of success has been achieved in this study is largely due to the personal influence and inspira tion of Dr. Wm. C. Bagley, of Teachers College, who was the pioneer in advocating subsidies for prospective teachers in. the United States. CONTENTS PAGE Chapter I The Prospective Teacher and the State Conditions that make a profession attractive. . . 7 Teacher-training as a state function 8 Methods by which the state may provide trained teachers 13 Purpose of this study 23 Chapter II. A Survey of Conditions which May Justify Additional Aid for Prospective Teachers Introduction 25 Composition of the teaching population 26 Statistics of educational development since 1870 43. Cost of training at Normal Schools 55 Chapter III. Plans for Recruiting the Profession Through Financial Assistance In the United States 61 In Canada 69 In Latin-America 70 In Europe 72 In Asia 78 In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. . . 79 Chapter IV. Methods of Recruiting other Profes sions and Occupations Through Financial Assistance In industry 83 In occupations for women telephone, telegraph, stenography, nursing 83 Army and Navy West Point and Annapolis ... 85 Scholarships for higher education 88 3 4 STATE MAINTENANCE OF TEACHERS IN TRAINING Traveling scholarships 90 New York State Nautical School 90 Church boards of education and the ministry . . 91 Chapter V. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Subsidies for Teacher Training as an Element in Recruiting the Profession Advantages 103 Disadvantages ..... 113 Chapter VI. Conclusions Terms of a state subsidy bill 127 Bibliography 135 Appendix A. Table of State Situation on Teacher Training 139 Appendix B. Recent or Pending Legislation 141 TABLES AND DIAGRAMS Table I. Preparation of Teachers in Missouri in Years Beyond Elementary Schools 27 Table II. Preparation of Elementary Teachers of Montana 1919-20 3 Table III. Preparation of High School T. eachers In Montana 1919-20 3 2 Table IV. Prepared Teachers in Public Schools of Montana 191 r to 1920 33 Table V. Average Salaries of Teachers in Relation to Training Montana 1919-20 34 Table VI. Teacher Shortage in the United States, October, 1920 36 Table VIX. Comparison of the Development of Normal Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Uni versities with Population, Wealth, and Public School Systems 44 Table VIII. New York State Normal Schools Attend ance and Graduates 48 Table IX. Increase in University Enrollment 1915-19 0 49 Table X. Comparison of Intelligence in Pennsylvania Colleges and Normal Schools in Octo ber, 1919 5 2 Table XI. Comparison of Ability of Freshmen in Nor mal Schools and Universities as Meas ured by the Army Alpha Test S3 Table XII. Henry C. 3 rick Educational Commission, Pittsburgh, Pa 69 Table XIII. Remuneration and Educational Requirements of Nurses in GeneralHospitals in the United States 86 Table XIV. Present Occupation of American Rhodes Scholars, 1904-1914 89 Table XV. Activities of General Education Board of Methodist Church Report of 1920 93 Table XVI. Activities of General Education Board of Presbyterian Church Report of 1920.. 94 5 6 STATE MAINTENANCE O TEACHERS IN TRAINING Table XVII. Chicago Presbytery Membership of Churches 96 Table XVIII. Chicago Presbytery Change of Membership in last year 97 Table XIX. Chicago Presbytery Sunday School Member ship 98 Table XX...

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[EAN: 9781406771572], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books, United Kingdom], Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS IN TRAINING STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS Il TRAINING By WALTER SCOTT HERTZOG BALTIMORE WARWICK YORK, Inc. 1921 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A study of this kind is impossible without the assistance of many school officials and other educators. I wish to acknowledge my debt of gratitude to all who have so courteously cooperated in securing the data. In many instances it was not feasible to give the names of those who responded to my requests for information. Educa tional literature has been used freely in compiling the statements of conditions in various states and countries. Whatever measure of success has been achieved in this study is largely due to the personal influence and inspira tion of Dr. Wm. C. Bagley, of Teachers College, who was the pioneer in advocating subsidies for prospective teachers in. the United States. CONTENTS PAGE Chapter I The Prospective Teacher and the State Conditions that make a profession attractive. . . 7 Teacher-training as a state function 8 Methods by which the state may provide trained teachers 13 Purpose of this study 23 Chapter II. A Survey of Conditions which May Justify Additional Aid for Prospective Teachers Introduction 25 Composition of the teaching population 26 Statistics of educational development since 1870 43. Cost of training at Normal Schools 55 Chapter III. Plans for Recruiting the Profession Through Financial Assistance In the United States 61 In Canada 69 In Latin-America 70 In Europe 72 In Asia 78 In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. . . 79 Chapter IV. Methods of Recruiting other Profes sions and Occupations Through Financial Assistance In industry 83 In occupations for women telephone, telegraph, stenography, nursing 83 Army and Navy West Point and Annapolis . 85 Scholarships for higher education 88 3 4 STATE MAINTENANCE OF TEACHERS IN TRAINING Traveling scholarships 90 New York State Nautical School 90 Church boards of education and the ministry . . 91 Chapter V. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Subsidies for Teacher Training as an Element in Recruiting the Profession Advantages 103 Disadvantages . 113 Chapter VI. Conclusions Terms of a state subsidy bill 127 Bibliography 135 Appendix A. Table of State Situation on Teacher Training 139 Appendix B. Recent or Pending Legislation 141 TABLES AND DIAGRAMS Table I. Preparation of Teachers in Missouri in Years Beyond Elementary Schools 27 Table II. Preparation of Elementary Teachers of Montana 1919-20 3 Table III. Preparation of High School T. eachers In Montana 1919-20 3 2 Table IV. Prepared Teachers in Public Schools of Montana 191 r to 1920 33 Table V. Average Salaries of Teachers in Relation to Training Montana 1919-20 34 Table VI. Teacher Shortage in the United States, October, 1920 36 Table VIX. Comparison of the Development of Normal Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Uni versities with Population, Wealth, and Public School Systems 44 Table VIII. New York State Normal Schools Attend ance and Graduates 48 Table IX. Increase in University Enrollment 1915-19 0 49 Table X. Comparison of Intelligence in Pennsylvania Colleges and Normal Schools in Octo ber, 1919 5 2 Table XI. Comparison of Ability of Freshmen in Nor mal Schools and Universities as Meas ured by the Army Alpha Test S3 Table XII. Henry C. 3 rick Educational Commission, Pittsburgh, Pa 69 Table XIII. Remuneration and Educational Requirements of Nurses in GeneralHospitals in the United States 86 Table XIV. Present Occupation of American Rhodes Scholars, 1904-1914 89 Table XV. Activities of General Education Board of Methodist Church Report of 1920 93 Table XVI. Activities of General Education Board of Presbyterian Church Report of 1920. 94 5 6 STATE MAINTENANCE O TEACHERS IN TRAINING Table XVII. Chicago Presbytery Membership of Churches 96 Table XVIII. Chicago Presbytery Change of Membership in last year 97 Table XIX. Chicago Presbytery Sunday School Member ship 98 Table XX.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DODO PR], STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS IN TRAINING STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS Il TRAINING By WALTER SCOTT HERTZOG BALTIMORE WARWICK YORK, Inc. 1921 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A study of this kind is impossible without the assistance of many school officials and other educators. I wish to acknowledge my debt of gratitude to all who have so courteously cooperated in securing the data. In many instances it was not feasible to give the names of those who responded to my requests for information. Educa tional literature has been used freely in compiling the statements of conditions in various states and countries. Whatever measure of success has been achieved in this study is largely due to the personal influence and inspira tion of Dr. Wm. C. Bagley, of Teachers College, who was the pioneer in advocating subsidies for prospective teachers in. the United States. CONTENTS PAGE Chapter I The Prospective Teacher and the State Conditions that make a profession attractive. . . 7 Teacher-training as a state function 8 Methods by which the state may provide trained teachers 13 Purpose of this study 23 Chapter II. A Survey of Conditions which May Justify Additional Aid for Prospective Teachers Introduction 25 Composition of the teaching population 26 Statistics of educational development since 1870 43. Cost of training at Normal Schools 55 Chapter III. Plans for Recruiting the Profession Through Financial Assistance In the United States 61 In Canada 69 In Latin-America 70 In Europe 72 In Asia 78 In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. . . 79 Chapter IV. Methods of Recruiting other Profes sions and Occupations Through Financial Assistance In industry 83 In occupations for women telephone, telegraph, stenography, nursing 83 Army and Navy West Point and Annapolis ... 85 Scholarships for higher education 88 3 4 STATE MAINTENANCE OF TEACHERS IN TRAINING Traveling scholarships 90 New York State Nautical School 90 Church boards of education and the ministry . . 91 Chapter V. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Subsidies for Teacher Training as an Element in Recruiting the Profession Advantages 103 Disadvantages ..... 113 Chapter VI. Conclusions Terms of a state subsidy bill 127 Bibliography 135 Appendix A. Table of State Situation on Teacher Training 139 Appendix B. Recent or Pending Legislation 141 TABLES AND DIAGRAMS Table I. Preparation of Teachers in Missouri in Years Beyond Elementary Schools 27 Table II. Preparation of Elementary Teachers of Montana 1919-20 3 Table III. Preparation of High School T. eachers In Montana 1919-20 3 2 Table IV. Prepared Teachers in Public Schools of Montana 191 r to 1920 33 Table V. Average Salaries of Teachers in Relation to Training Montana 1919-20 34 Table VI. Teacher Shortage in the United States, October, 1920 36 Table VIX. Comparison of the Development of Normal Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Uni versities with Population, Wealth, and Public School Systems 44 Table VIII. New York State Normal Schools Attend ance and Graduates 48 Table IX. Increase in University Enrollment 1915-19 0 49 Table X. Comparison of Intelligence in Pennsylvania Colleges and Normal Schools in Octo ber, 1919 5 2 Table XI. Comparison of Ability of Freshmen in Nor mal Schools and Universities as Meas ured by the Army Alpha Test S3 Table XII. Henry C. 3 rick Educational Commission, Pittsburgh, Pa 69 Table XIII. Remuneration and Educational Requirements of Nurses in GeneralHospitals in the United States 86 Table XIV. Present Occupation of American Rhodes Scholars, 1904-1914 89 Table XV. Activities of General Education Board of Methodist Church Report of 1920 93 Table XVI. Activities of General Education Board of Presbyterian Church Report of 1920.. 94 5 6 STATE MAINTENANCE O TEACHERS IN TRAINING Table XVII. Chicago Presbytery Membership of Churches 96 Table XVIII. Chicago Presbytery Change of Membership in last year 97 Table XIX. Chicago Presbytery Sunday School Member ship 98 Table XX... Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS IN TRAINING STATE MAINTENANCE FOR TEACHERS Il TRAINING By WALTER SCOTT HERTZOG BALTIMORE WARWICK YORK, Inc. 1921 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A study of this kind is impossible without the assistance of many school officials and other educators. I wish to acknowledge my debt of gratitude to all who have so courteously cooperated in securing the data. In many instances it was not feasible to give the names of those who responded to my requests for information. Educa tional literature has been used freely in compiling the statements of conditions in various states and countries. Whatever measure of success has been achieved in this study is largely due to the personal influence and inspira tion of Dr. Wm. C. Bagley, of Teachers College, who was the pioneer in advocating subsidies for prospective teachers in. the United States. CONTENTS PAGE Chapter I The Prospective Teacher and the State Conditions that make a profession attractive. . . 7 Teacher-training as a state function 8 Methods by which the state may provide trained teachers 13 Purpose of this study 23 Chapter II. A Survey of Conditions which May Justify Additional Aid for Prospective Teachers Introduction 25 Composition of the teaching population 26 Statistics of educational development since 1870 43. Cost of training at Normal Schools 55 Chapter III. Plans for Recruiting the Profession Through Financial Assistance In the United States 61 In Canada 69 In Latin-America 70 In Europe 72 In Asia 78 In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. . . 79 Chapter IV. Methods of Recruiting other Profes sions and Occupations Through Financial Assistance In industry 83 In occupations for women telephone, telegraph, stenography, nursing 83 Army and Navy West Point and Annapolis ... 85 Scholarships for higher education 88 3 4 STATE MAINTENANCE OF TEACHERS IN TRAINING Traveling scholarships 90 New York State Nautical School 90 Church boards of education and the ministry . . 91 Chapter V. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Subsidies for Teacher Training as an Element in Recruiting the Profession Advantages 103 Disadvantages ..... 113 Chapter VI. Conclusions Terms of a state subsidy bill 127 Bibliography 135 Appendix A. Table of State Situation on Teacher Training 139 Appendix B. Recent or Pending Legislation 141 TABLES AND DIAGRAMS Table I. Preparation of Teachers in Missouri in Years Beyond Elementary Schools 27 Table II. Preparation of Elementary Teachers of Montana 1919-20 3 Table III. Preparation of High School T. eachers In Montana 1919-20 3 2 Table IV. Prepared Teachers in Public Schools of Montana 191 r to 1920 33 Table V. Average Salaries of Teachers in Relation to Training Montana 1919-20 34 Table VI. Teacher Shortage in the United States, October, 1920 36 Table VIX. Comparison of the Development of Normal Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Uni versities with Population, Wealth, and Public School Systems 44 Table VIII. New York State Normal Schools Attend ance and Graduates 48 Table IX. Increase in University Enrollment 1915-19 0 49 Table X. Comparison of Intelligence in Pennsylvania Colleges and Normal Schools in Octo ber, 1919 5 2 Table XI. Comparison of Ability of Freshmen in Nor mal Schools and Universities as Meas ured by the Army Alpha Test S3 Table XII. Henry C. 3 rick Educational Commission, Pittsburgh, Pa 69 Table XIII. Remuneration and Educational Requirements of Nurses in GeneralHospitals in the United States 86 Table XIV. Present Occupation of American Rhodes Scholars, 1904-1914 89 Table XV. Activities of General Education Board of Methodist Church Report of 1920 93 Table XVI. Activities of General Education Board of Presbyterian Church Report of 1920.. 94 5 6 STATE MAINTENANCE O TEACHERS IN TRAINING Table XVII. Chicago Presbytery Membership of Churches 96 Table XVIII. Chicago Presbytery Change of Membership in last year 97 Table XIX. Chicago Presbytery Sunday School Member ship 98 Table XX...

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