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1. Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Knox College......

2. Report of the Board of Management of Knox College,

1872, 1873

3. Report of the Senate of Knox College, 1872, 1873

4. Report of the Board of Examiners of the Western Section...

5. Report of the Committee on College Buildings

6. Financial Report of Knox College, 1872, 1873

CHAPTER XI. PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT WITH THE COUNCIL OF PUBLIC

INSTRUCTION, 1873

I. The Chief Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General Mowat

II. Attorney-General Mowat to the Chief Superintendent of Education

III. The Chief Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General

Mowat

IV. The Chief Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General

Mowat ....

CHAPTER XII. PETITION OF THE COUNCIL OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TO THE HOUSE OF

ASSEMBLY ON THE ARBITRARY ACTION OF THE GOVERNMENT IN

REGARD TO IT, 1873

I. Draft of Bill to Amend the Public and High School Laws of On-

tario in Regard to the Council of Public Instruction. By

Attorney-General Mowat

CHAPTER XIII. DRAFT OF A SCHOOL Act RELATING TO THE COUNCIL OF PUBLIC

INSTRUCTION, PROPOSED BY ATTORNEY-GENERAL MOWAT ON

CONSULTATION WITH THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCA-

TION, 1873 .....

I. The Deputy Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General

Mowat

II. Attorney-General Mowat to the Chief Superintendent of Educa-

tion

III. Attorney-General Mowat to J. George Hodgins

IV. Attorney-General Mowat to J. George Hodgins

V. Attorney-General Mowat to J. George Hodgins

CHAPTER XIV. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, 1873......

CHAPTER XV. INEQUALITY OF THE SALARIES OF THE OFFICERS OF THE EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT, COMPARED WITH THOSE OF THE OTHER DEPART-

MENTS OF THE GOVERNMENT, 1873

I. The Chief Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General

Mowat ...

II. Attorney-General Mowat to the Chief Superintendent of Educa-

tion

CHAPTER XVI. RETURN TO AN ADDRESS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY, 1873

I. The Provincial Treasurer to the Chief Superintendent of Educa-

tign .......

II. The Chief Superintendent of Education to the Deputy Superin-

tendent

III. Attorney-General Mowat to the Deputy Superintendent of Educa-

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tion

IV. The Deputy Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General

Mowat

V. J. George Hodgins to Doctor Ryerson

VI. The Deputy Superintendent of Education to Attorney-General

Mowat ....

1. Normal Schools in the State of New York

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2. Facilities for Granting Certificates of Qualification to

Teachers. Number Granted in 1872

VII. From the Chief Superintendent of Education to the Provincial

Secretary

1. Schedule of the Result of the Examination of Public School

Teachers, 1873 ......

2. Teachers' Institutes as a Temporary Substitute for Normal

School Training

(1) Report of the Proceedings of a Teachers’ Institute at

Brantford, held by Doctor J. H. Sangster

CHAPTER XVII. PROGRAMME FOR THE EXAMINATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS;

AND GENERAL REGULATIONS IN REGARD TO THEIR DUTIES...

I. Conditions Required of Candidates for Certificates of Qualification

as Public School Teachers

II. Value and Duration of Various Grades of Teachers' Certificates....

III. Minimum Qualifications Required for Teachers' Third Class Cer-

tificates

IV. Minimum Qualification for Teachers' Second Class Certificates...

1. Additional for Teachers, who desire Special Certificates for

Teaching Agriculture

V. Minimum Qualifications Required for Teachers' First Class Pro-

vincial Certificates

VI. Time of Holding Examinations, and General Remarks on the Sub-

ject

CHAPTER XVIII. THIRD CLASS TEACHERS CAN

BE ASSISTANTS IN PUBLIC

SCHOOLS IN SPECIAL CASES

I. No Payment is Legal to Unqualified Teachers

CHAFTER XIX. THE PRESENT CONDITION OF THE GPAMMAR, OR HIGH SCHOOLS...

I. Our Common Interest in the Prosperity of High and Public

Schools

II. The Educational Anacronism of 1807

III. Character of the Efforts made in later years to Sustain the High

Schools

IV. Other Steps taken to Increase the Grants to Individual High

Schools

V. Objections to the High School Programme

VI. Objections to the Number of Teachers in each High School......

VII. Ample Provision now made by the Legislature for the Support of

High Schools

VIII. The True Place of the High Schools in our National System of

Education

IX. Vast Difference in the Rates of Grants to High and Public

Schools

X. Inexpediency of Allowing High Schools alone to Admit Pupils to

the Schools

XI. Illustrative Report of Mr. James A. McLellan, LL.B., Inspector,

on Individual High Schools

XII. Illustrative Report of the Reverend J G. W. MacKenzie, M.A.,

Inspector, on Individual High Schools

XIII. The Chief Superintendent of Education on Preparatory Classes in

High Schools

XIV. Unjust Criticisms on the Apportionment to High Schools, and on

the Education Office Administration

1. Suggestions for the Improvement of High Schools

2. Payment by Results to be Equitably Distributed

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CHAPTER XX. REORGANIZATION OF High SchoolS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES. 155

I. Circular to High School Boards in Ontario, 1873

155

II. Circular to the Inspector of High Schools

157

III. Revised General Regulations for the Organization, Government

and Discipline, of High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 157

1. Terms, Hours of Daily Teaching, Holidays and Vacations. 157

2. Religious and Moral Instruction in the High Schools and

Collegiate Institutes

158

3. Opening and Closing Exercises of Each Day

158

4. Weekly Religious Instruction by the Clergy of each Per-

suasion

159

5. Duties of High School Inspectors

160

6. High School Accommodations

162

7. Powers and Duties of Head Masters and Teachers of High

Schools and Collegiate Institutes

163

(1) Number of Teachers, and Designation of each..

163

(2) Duties of Assistant Teachers

165

(3) Additional Duties of Masters and Teachers

165

8. Duties of Pupils of High Schools and Collegiate Institutes. 167

9. Admission of Pupils to the High Schools

168

10. Subjects of Examination for Admission of Pupils to High

Schools and Collegiate Institutes

171

(1) Extracts from the Programme of Course of Study in

the Public Schools to the Fourth Class

172

11. Explanatory Memorandum on the Programmes of Study

for High Schools and Collegiate Institutes

173

12. Legal Decision of the Court of Common Pleas on an Assess-

ment for a High School

173

13. Appeal of the Chief Superintendent of Education to the

Government against an Order-in-Council, Rescinding the

Regulation for the Admission of Pupils to the High Schools. 174

(NOTE.—Decision; the Regulations are to be Revised.)

14. Inferior Qualifications of Canadidates for Admission to

High Schools

175

CHAPTER XXI. RETURN TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE SELECTION OF A SITE FOR AN

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FOR ONTARIO, 1873

175

I. Letter from the Commissioner of Agriculture, Authorizing the

Reverend W. F. Clarke to make a Report on the Subject. 176

II. Report of the Reverend W. F. Clarke on Agricultural Education in

the United States to the Commissioner of Agriculture... 176

1. The Massachusetts' Agricultural College at Amherst

177

2. Course of Study in this College

178

3. The Michigan Agricultural College, near Lansing

179

4. Select Course of Study in this College

181

5. Means of Illustration to be used in the College

182

6. The Agricultural Department, Washington

182

7. Suggestions as to the Establishment of an Agricultural

College for Ontario, by the Reverend W. F. Clarke......... 184

8. Report on Farms at Guelph, by the Reverend W. F. Clarke 186

9. An Agricultural College for Ontario by the President of the

Agricultural Association

187

10. Remarks on the same subject by Messieurs John Gibson, H.

P. Crosby, M.P.P., Captain Milne and the Honourable

David Reesor

CHAPTER XXII. APPORTIONMENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE SCHOOL GRANT TO THE PUBLIC

SCHOOLS OF ONTARIO, 1873

I. To Cities, Towns and Villages

II. To the Counties and Outlying Districts

CHAPTER XXIII. IMPROVED SCHOOL HOUSE ACCOMMODATION, 1873.....

I. English Hints on Planning a School House

II. Plan for Remodelling an, Old-style, School House.

III. Evils of Over-crowded Schools

IV. Hygiene in School House Habits

V. Effects of Vitiated Air in School Houses

CHAPTER XXIV. POWERS, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TRUS-

IN RURAL SECTIONS

I. The Necessary and Discretionary Powers of Public School Trustees.

II. Public School Trustees Positive Duties

III. Education Returns for the House of Assembly

CHAPTER XXV. ADDRESS TO THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION FROM THE

OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT AND THE NORMAL AND MODEL

SCHOOLS, ON HIS 70TH BIRTH-DAY, 24th March, 1873..........

I. Address from the Officers of the Education Department

II. Address from the Normal and Model Schools

III, Reply by the Chief Superintendent of Education

CHAPTER XXVI. VALEDICTORY BY THE EDITOR OF THE CANADIAN FREEMAN TO THE

CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION, 1873

CHAPTER XXVII. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONTARIO TEACHERS' AssOCIATION, 1873......

I. President Daniel Wilson's Address

1. The Position of Science in Education

II. Discussion on Various Topics by Members of the Association

1. School Organization

2. Euclid as

a Text Book

3. Common Sense of Logic, by the Reverend Doctor McCaul...

4. Allowance to Superannuated Teachers

5. Inspectors' Associations

6. Modern Culture in Schools

7 Address to the Association by Professor Goldwin Smith ...

8. Township Boards of School Trustees Versus School Section

Boards of Trustees

9. Prize by Honourable G. W. Ross for an Essay on the Neces-

sity of Rural Schools

10. Representation on the Council of Public Instruction...

11. Evils of Irregular Attendance at School

12. Proceedings of the High School Section of the Association.

13. Best Method of Teaching Geography and Arithmetic ..........

14. Visit to the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb at Belleville.

CHAPTER XXVIII. REPORT OF THE SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR

1872, 1873 ...

CHAPTER XXIX. REPORT OF THE COUNCIL OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE FOR THE YEAR

1873.

CHAPTER XXX. REPORT OF THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE FOR THE YEAR 1873.

CHAPTER XXI. REPORT AND SUGGESTIONS TO THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF EDU-

CATION, WITH RESPECT TO THE HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE

INSTITUTES FOR THE YEAR 1873; by James A. McLellan,

LL.D., J. M. Buchan, M.A., and S. Arthur Marling, M.A.,

Inspectors

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CHAPTER XXXII. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NORMAL MODEL HIGH AND PUBLIC

SCHOOLS IN ONTARIO FOR THE YEAR 1873 BY THE CHIEF SUPER-

INTENDENT OF EDUCATION

I. Receipts and Expenditures of Public School Moneys

II. School Population, Ages of Pupils attending Public School,—their

Average Attendance

III. Number of Pupils in the Different Branches of Instruction

IV. Religious Denominations, Certificates and Annual Salaries, of Pub-

lic School Teachers

V. School Sections and School Houses, School Visits and Lectures;

School Examinations and Recitations,-Giving of Prizes,

Time of Keeping the Schools Open. Prayers and the Ten

Commandments

VI. Roman Catholic Separate Schools

VII. High Schools, Receipts and Expenditures, Pupils' Fees

VIII. Pupils in the Various Branches, and Miscellaneous Information

(1) Condition for Establishing High Schools

(2) Conditions for Establishing Collegiate Institutes.

IX. Meteorological Observations in the High Schools

X. The Normal and Model Schools

XI. Other Educational Institutions in Ontario

XII. Free Public Libraries

XIII. Summary of the Maps, Apparatus and prize Books Supplied to

the Counties, Cities, Towns and Villages, during the year

1873

(1) Table Shewing the Value of Articles sent out from the

Educational Depository during the years 1851 to 1873,

inclusive

(2) Book Imports into Ontario and Quebec during the

years 1850-1873

(3) The General Question Practically Discussed

(4) Practice, and Opinions of United States Educationists

in Regard to an Educational Depository

(5) Cautions and Warnings of United States Educationists.

(6) Steps taken by the Education Department to Supply the

Schools with Books, Maps and Apparatus

XIV. Superannuated and worn-out Teachers of Public Schools

(1) Official Regulations in Regard to the Superannuated

Teachers' Fund

XV. Educational Summary for the year

1873

XVI. General Statistical Abstract of the Progress of Education in On-

tario from 1842 to 1873, inclusive

XVII. The Educational Museum of the Department..

(1) Principal Contents of the Museum

XVIII. Report of the Inspectors of High Schools for 1893

XIX. Extracts from the Reports of Inspectors of the Public Schools...

CHAPTER XXXIII. EstimaTES FOR THE EDUCATIONAL DEPOSITORY SERVICE OF 1874.

I. The Treasury Accountant to the Chief Superintendent of Educa-

tion

II. The Chief Superintendent of Education to the Provincial Treas-

urer

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