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" ... of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught all branches in the shortest time, he would be likely to leave... "
Education in Its Relation to Manual Industry - Side 61
af Arthur MacArthur - 1888 - 393 sider
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Education, Bind 3

1883 - 684 sider
...Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, Mr. Foley says : " The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Bind 1

Massachusetts - 1882 - 1334 sider
...Sir, — The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very'little for the apprentice, considering the length of time...learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Bind 1–4

Massachusetts - 1882 - 1374 sider
...the present day, as a genera! rule, amounts to very'little for the apprentice, considering'theMeugth of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught...
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Annual Report of the Board of Education

Massachusetts. Board of Education - 1882 - 430 sider
...as a general rule, amounts to very'little for the apprentice, considering the length of H O O r1 I time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught...
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The Manual Element in Education

John Daniel Runkle - 1882 - 82 sider
...Foley's report, as follows : — PROFESSOK JD RUNKLE. Dear Sir, — The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very...little for the apprentice, considering the length of 28 W K H APPENDIX. time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will...
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Industrial Education a Necessary Part of Public Education: A Paper Read ...

John Spencer Clark - 1883 - 80 sider
...secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, Mr. Foley says: "The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Bind 21

1882 - 900 sider
...Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, Mr. Foley says : " The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his...
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Art and Industry: (1898) Industrial and technical training in schools of ...

United States. Office of Education - 1898 - 1084 sider
...Foley's report, as follows: — Professor JD RUNKLE. DEAR SIR, — The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very...learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ..., Bind 2

United States. Congress. Senate - 1883 - 770 sider
...Professor Runkle's paper. From it the following statements are taken : "The system of apprenticeship of the present day. as a general rule, amounts to very...the length of time he must devote to the learning ot his trade. He is kept upon such work as will profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If...
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