The High School Failures by Francis P. Obrien


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Title: The High School Failures
A Study of the School Records of Pupils Failing in Academic or
Commercial High School Subjects


Author: Francis P. Obrien

Release Date: April 22, 2005 [EBook #15683]

Language: English

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THE HIGH SCHOOL FAILURES


A STUDY OF THE SCHOOL RECORDS OF PUPILS FAILING IN ACADEMIC OR
COMMERCIAL HIGH SCHOOL SUBJECTS


By

FRANCIS P. OBRIEN


Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy, Columbia University


PUBLISHED BY
Teachers College, Columbia University
NEW YORK CITY
1919


Copyright, 1919, by FRANCIS P. OBRIEN




PREFACE


Grateful acknowledgment is due the principals of each of the high
schools whose records are included in this study, for the courteous and
helpful attitude which they and their assistants manifested in the work
of securing the data. Thanks are due Dr. John S. Tildsley for his
generous permission to consult the records in each or any of the New
York City high schools. But the fullest appreciation is felt and
acknowledged for the ready criticism and encouragement received from
Professor Thomas H. Briggs and Professor George D. Strayer at each
stage from the inception to the completion of this study.

F.P.O.




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