Carlisle School Annual Reports, 1911
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A inspiration along academia' lines for earnest and effective work when the new school year begins. This is particularly true in the Indian service where much isolation exists. It is recogni zed in the gigantic educational Boheme in the Philippine Islands where the Government conducts a summer school for teachers each year. The principle has general recognition throughout the educational world. Unless a positive aoti on of some kind is taken in the Indian Service, the character of the classroom teaching will very materially deteriorate. Another result of this action has been that very few teachers in the Indian Service have attended educational meetings, either of the state educational associations or of the National Educational Association. The inspiration which they obtain from attendance on these conferences, and the oontact that is had with educational leaders and fellow teach ers will undoubtedly be mi Bsed by those in the Service. 36
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