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Strana 8 - They become interested in their studies and begin to make progress. The faithful teacher becomes interested in them. She loves them, and watches 'every step of progress, and it is discouraging, from the teachers' standpoint, to have them taken away just as the work is begun.
Strana 7 - ... farm yields vegetables in extensive variety, also fruits, including apples, plums, raspberries, strawberries and currants. The farm is a source of profit and a valuable means of education, classes of boys working and receiving instruction in the garden, greenhouse, orchard and on the farm. A graded school is conducted in a fine, well furnished eight-room building on the premises a little distance from the cottage dwellings. When "school calls...
Strana 7 - The library of about a thousand well-selected books in this building is a valuable aid In the school work. The pupils are graded according to their educational status, as in the public schools. Six teachers are employed, and the several classes under their charge are instructed in sloyd, domestic science, kindergarten, vocal music, and the subjects in the primary, intermediate and grammar grades. These classes include all of the children in the school above four years of age, the kindergarten including...
Strana 6 - A splendid herd of forty healthy cows affords good milk in abundance, and the farm yields vegetables in extensive variety, also fruits, including apples, plums, raspberries, strawberries and currants. The farm is a source of profit and a valuable means of education, classes of boys working and receiving instruction in the garden, greenhouse, orchard and on the farm. A graded school is conducted in a...
Strana 7 - The library of about eight hundred well selected books in this building is a valuable aid in the school work.
Strana 8 - The statutory steps necessary to be taken to secure admission are simple and divested of every feature resembling a criminal proceeding. Homelessness, dependence, and ill-treatment are the grounds upon which admittance may be secured.
Strana 15 - I have suggested in previous reports, the supervision of the children after they go to foster homes is indispensable, and when neglected does the children and the community in which they live a grave injustice.
Strana 5 - It would be better if every child could be nurtured and reared by worthy parents to whom it had been given by nature...

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