Report of the Royal Commission on Education in Ontario 1950


933 pages. The Commission was appointed in 1945 to "inquire into and report upon the provincial education system, and without derogating from the generality thereof, including courses of study, text books, examinations, financing, and the general system and scheme of elementary and secondary schools involving public schools, separate schools, schools for the training of teachers and all other schools under the jurisdiction of the Department of Education, as well as the selection and training of teachers, inspectors, and other officials of such schools, and the system of provincial and local school administration." - from page vi. Includes the following sections: The Educational Scene; Aims of Education; Proposed Reorganization of Elementary and Secondary Education; The Pupil's Growth and Progress; Programmes for the Schools of the Reorganized Educational System; Social, Spiritual, and other Aspects of Education; Centralization and Decentralization in Administration; Development and Present Status of Local School Administration; Local School Administration Under Other Jurisdictions; Local Education Authorities in the proposed Reorganization; Other Aspects of the Local Administration of Education; The Supervisor of Education; The Central Education Authority; Exceptional Children; History of the French Language in teh Publicly Supported Schools of Ontario; Recommendations on the Teaching and Use of the French Language; Origin and Development of Separate Schools in Ontario; Roman Catholic Separate Schools in the Reorganized Educational System; Protestant and Coloured Separate Schools in the Reorganized Educational System; The Teaching Staff of the Publicly Supported Schools of Ontario; Recommendations with Respect to the Professional Preparation of Teachers; Conditions of Service of Teaching Personnel; Community Programmes of Adult Education and Recreation; School Site, Plant, and Equipment; Other Educative Agencies; The Development of Methods of Financing Education in Ontario; Our Proposed Method of Financing the Educational Programme; Divergence of Opinion Within the Commission; Conclusion; Minority Report and Memoranda; Appendices. Navy boards. Well-preserved with very light wear and soiling externally. Contents clean, bright and unmarked. Binding sound. A superior copy of this landmark work.

Title: Report of the Royal Commission on Education in Ontario 1950

Author Name: The Royal Commission on Education in Ontario - the Honourable Mr. Justice John Andrew Hope, Chairman

Categories: Education, Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Baptist Johnston (Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty): 1950

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 42102562

Keywords: Report of the Royal Commission on Education in Ontario 1950 933 pages. The Commission was appointed in 1945 to "inquire into and report upon the provincial education system, and without derogating from the generality thereof, including courses of study, text books, examinations, financing, and the general system and scheme of elementary and secondary schools involving public schools, separate schools, schools for the training of teachers and all other schools under the jurisdiction of the Department of Education, as well as the selection and training of teachers, inspectors, and other officials of such schools, and the system of provincial and local school administration." - from page vi. Includes the following sections: The Educational Scene; Aims of Education; Proposed Reorganization of Elementary and Secondary Education; The Pupil's Growth and Progress; Programmes for the Schools of the Reorganized Educational System; Social, Spiritual, and other Aspects of Education; Centralization and Decentralization in Administration; Development and Present Status of Local School Administration; Local School Administration Under Other Jurisdictions; Local Education Authorities in the proposed Reorganization; Other Aspects of the Local Administration of Education; The Supervisor of Education; The Central Education Authority; Exceptional Children; History of the French Language in teh Publicly Supported Schools of Ontario; Recommendations on the Teaching and Use of the French Language; Origin and Development of Separate Schools in Ontario; Roman Catholic Separate Schools in the Reorganized Educational System; Protestant and Coloured Separate Schools in the Reorganized Educational System; The Teaching Staff of the Publicly Supported Schools of Ontario; Recommendations with Respect to the Professional Preparation of Teachers; Conditions of Service of Teaching Personnel; Community Programmes of Adult Education and Recreation; School Site, Plant, and Equipment; Other Educative Agencies; The Development of Methods of Financing Education in Ontario; Our Proposed Method of Financing the Educational Programme; Divergence of Opinion Within the Commission; Conclusion; Minority Report and Memoranda; Appendices. Navy boards. Well-preserved with very light wear and soiling externally. Contents clean, bright and unmarked. Binding sound. A superior copy of this landmark work. Justice John Andrew Hope,