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University of Michigan., 1891
 

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Sayfa 92 - The school is established for the training of youth morally and intellectually in a direct manner by the influence of the teacher. The school forms a supplementary special institution whose place or order is found between the family and civil society. It comes partly after the first stage — that of family nurture — and partly contemporary with it, and usually precedes the era of the education of civil society, namely for an independent vocation, work or business.1 To assist the cardinal institutions...
Sayfa 82 - The legislature of 1867 declared as its deliberate opinion that the high objects for which the University of Michigan was organized, will never be fully attained until women are admitted to all its rights and privileges...
Sayfa 6 - Second. Substantially the plan which we have followed for several years may be adopted. The condition of attaining the bachelor's degree is not meeting a requirement of time, but of work. One must complete so many courses of study, a part of which are fixed, a part elective. While in order to avoid cramming there is a limit to the number of courses which a student may undertake at once, still, with the liberty given, a capable and industrious man may easily meet the requirements for the degree of...
Sayfa 53 - ... said University, a certificate which shall serve as a legal certificate of qualification to teach in any of the schools of this State...
Sayfa 6 - State Universities in the west to make the change also. One who is familiar with the range of work now generally done in the western colleges and universities can hardly think that it would be beneficial to the west to reduce the standard of graduation by a year's study, at least until the requirements for admission are considerably raised. If we were organizing anew a system of education in the west, we should doubtless construct one differing in many particulars from the present. We should be likely...
Sayfa 80 - A difference of sex and of destination through the entire life has in the judgment of mankind been thought to require a difference in the distinctive attributes to be called into exercise, and the peculiar type of character to be formed. Delicacy of sentiment, a feeling of dependence, and shrinking from the public view, are attributes sought for in the one sex, in the- other, decision of character, self-reliance, a feeling of personal independence, and a willingness to meet opposition and encounter...
Sayfa 92 - The four cardinal institutions of human civilization by which man realizes his ideal and educates the individual into that ideal are the Family, Civil Society, the State, and the Church. Each of these institutions has a special phase of education all its own, whose functions cannot be performed by another.
Sayfa 7 - ... three months. That of the men was twenty-three years, three and four-fifths months, that of the women twenty-five years and five months. The decrease in the age of matriculating students entering on regular courses is due to two causes, first, the improvement in the high schools, and secondly, to the better financial condition of the parents, which enables the students in larger proportion than formerly to come to college without waiting to earn the means of defraying their expenses. The average...
Sayfa 6 - German gymnasium, and do in them the work now accomplished in the first year of college, perhaps even that of the second year. The University might then complete its work, as the German university does, in three years. But we must for the present accept the organization of the secondary schools as we find it If by the adoption of better methods in the lower grades the high schools can receive their pupils at a higher stage of advancement, they may perhaps in due time take off from the hands of the...
Sayfa 82 - Resolved, That the Board of Regents recognize the right of every resident of Michigan to the enjoyment of the privileges afforded by the university, and that no rule exists in any of the university statutes for the exclusion of any person from the university who possesses the requisite literary and moral qualifications.

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