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" The illiteracy among native-born children of native parentage is more than three times as great as among native children of foreign parentage, largely on account of the lack of opportunities for education in rural America, in which comparatively few immigrants... "
The World's Work - Página 228
1913
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Proceedings, Volúmenes33-35

American Library Association. Conference - 1911
...that thousands of Illiterate immigrants are crowded in the great manufacturing and industrial centers. The illiteracy among nativeborn children of native...opportunities for education in rural America." In Indian legend Nokomis, the earth, symbolizes the strength of motherhood; It may yet chance that the...
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Better Rural Schools

George Herbert Betts, Otis Earle Hall - 1914 - 512 páginas
...immigrants are crowded in the great industrial and manufacturing centers. Illiteracy among children born of native parentage is more than three times as great as among the children born in this country of foreign parentage, largely on account of the lack of educational...
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The American Educational Review, Volumen34,Tema 2

1913
...comparison between children born in this country of foreign parents with those born of native parents. "The illiteracy among nativeborn children of native...great as among native children of foreign parentage," says Mr. Monahan, "largely on account of the lack of opportunities for education in rural America."...
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Library Ideals

Henry Eduard Legler - 1918 - 78 páginas
...that thousands of illiterate immigrants are crowded in the great manufacturing and industrial centers. The illiteracy among native-born children of native...opportunities for education in rural America." In Indian legend Nokomis, the earth, symbolizes the strength of motherhood; it may yet chance that the...
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Library Ideals

Henry Eduard Legler - 1918 - 78 páginas
...that thousands of illiterate immigrants are crowded in the great manufacturing and industrial centers. The illiteracy among native-born children of native...opportunities for education in rural America." In Indian legend Nokomis, the earth, symbolizes the strength of motherhood; it may yet chance that the...
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Library Ideals

Henry Eduard Legler - 1918 - 78 páginas
...that thousands of illiterate immigrants are crowded in the great manufacturing and industrial centers. The illiteracy among native-born children of native...opportunities for education in rural America." In Indian legend Nokomis, the earth, symbolizes the strength of motherhood; it may yet chance that the...
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New York Libraries: A Quarterly Devoted to the Interests of ..., Volúmenes3-4

1913
...that thousands of illiterate immigrants are crowded in the great manufacturing and industrial centers. The illiteracy among native-born children of native...opportunities for education in rural America." In Indian legend Nokomis, the earth, symbolizes the strength of motherhood; it may yet chance that the...
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New York Libraries, Volumen3

1911
...that thousands of illiterate immigrants are crowded in the great manufacturing and industrial centers. The illiteracy among native-born children of native...opportunities for education in rural America." In Indian legend Nokomis, the earth, symbolizes the strength of motherhood; it may yet chance that the...
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The Survey, Volumen30

1913
...the latter is more than three times as great as that among the former, "largely," says Mr. Monahan, "on account of the lack of opportunities for education in rural America." The decrease in national illiteracy during the decade 1900-1910 was not only relative but absolute,...
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The Survey, Volumen30

1913
...the latter is more than three times as great as that among the former, "largely," says Mr. Monahan, "on account of the lack of opportunities for education in rural America." The decrease in national illiteracy during the decade 1900-1910 was not only relative but absolute,...
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