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Kempton Courier (Newspaper) - January 22, 1909, Kempton, Indiana m IKE f Volume 2 22 Coin Coin White Miked Several Pieces Sets Good Example for Bbt and erty BUYS REG STEREO LIVE STOCK s His Ionies and Undersized Horse ind In Registered n an Hilles Hides old who is getting ie has made provision for found i for his lif i h i Co of th Number 12 H Leading Educators of the Nation Condemn Indiana HOME RULE IS DEMANDED Teachers Journal Has Article on Books for the Public Journals devoted to are i i Kitting Into the fight against the state Maws compelling of books used in the public THe Teachers published at Mar and edited by v its last issue devotes considerable space to an arraignment of tiie sys Following an a num of letters from leading all arguing against the uniformity are Among thepe ers are President Eliot of President Angell ot University of Staley Hall of Nicholas Butler of i Draper and j Skinner of Among state superintendents of schools who j are represented with letters are j Olson of Bryan o Phillips of Alabama and Wright of i In the editorial follows j The important jn educa Indiana foday is Jf it were tKe teachers and those whoare ill responsible far the success of the question would bo That Indiana has an efficient system of education no one competent to judge That she hangs on toa plan for selecting Looks that is not tolerated in a single eastern state and that has been dis carded in every progressive western and southern that has tried it for any considerable of is of leading educators 1 j predominant in are the development of the Individuality of the pupil the adjustment of to need of the Uniform text however are a serious j In way of pushing these into i Opens Way For The principle of state uniformity Is It takes away from the jof a community the right and privilege of choosing what H opens a for enormous State uniformity in text books Is not new in the United The siate of Vermont was one of the ear liest to provide by law that the books Should be uniform throughout the state This law continued in force the of the state iwere scandalized by the adoption of a of arithmetics prepared by the officer jof the state and copyrighted for his The prevailing laws I in all states of the union before war left the choice of books in hands of the schools with respect to the employment of the be the building of school houses and their subsequent after the civil governments were organized In the southern became 1lnQwn and are now carpet hag govern The carpet baggers were the inventors of of laws fr state uniformity V 3 The certain appropriated and wben In sight was comers in the struggle the notion of tho state should be provided with schol ill wash not I that the state in buy That a of money otherwise be for the personal benefit if the The pri of selling books to the people of the state was tobe to one firm which should have a mon the of the state for 2 period ofj j on page 4 THE Ml Furnished by Clark Abstract Edward George I S Twp Anna Barnes 7 9 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