Education in Russia: Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty
H.M. Stationery Office, 1909 - Всего страниц: 569
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according administration Alexander already appointed attended authorities boys Church classes classical colleges complete connection considerable Council course culture curriculum direction District effect English established examination existing fact Faculty foreign four German girls give given Government grades gymnasia hand higher ideas important increased industrial influence institutions intellectual interest kind knowledge language Latin learning less literature lower matter means measures Minister Ministry Ministry of Public Moscow natural necessary obtained official opinion organisation period persons Petersburg physical position possible practical preparation present primary schools principle professors provinces Public Instruction pupils question received reform regard reign relation Report respect result Russian secondary schools social Society Statute subjects supply taken taught teachers teaching technical tion University whole zemstvos
Стр. 419 - A secondary school programme intended for national use must therefore be made for those children whose education is not to be pursued beyond the secondary school. The preparation of a few pupils for college or scientific school should in the ordinary secondary school be the incidental and not the principal object.
Стр. 388 - Putting it quite briefly, the learning of these ancient languages in its earlier stages affords an opportunity for training in precision of thought, memory, inference, and accuracy ; in its later stages it is capable of enriching the mind with noble ideas.
Стр. 396 - I have no hesitation in saying that, on the average, boys trained on the classical side of our public schools make better men of science, of medicine, of law, than the boys who come to the University from the modern side ; for the classics develop the power of sustained and orderly thinking.
Стр. 256 - Children between twelve and fifteen years of age may not be employed for more than eight hours a day...
Стр. 151 - ... small tradesmen, and the like, whose children, with the exception, perhaps, of those who are gifted with extraordinary capacities, ought by no means to be transferred from the sphere to which they belong, and thus brought, as many years...
Стр. 262 - ... university is 3,000 rubles a year, of an extraordinary professor 2,000 rubles. The pension rights attached to the teaching profession in the higher and secondary branches are very considerable in Russia. Twenty years of work gives to such a teacher a right to a pension equal to half his salary; 25 years' service entitles him to a pension equal to his full salary.
Стр. 446 - Within the buildings, courts, and grounds of the university the organization of students' reading rooms, dining or food clubs, and also of theatrical representations, concerts, balls and other similar public assemblies not having a scientific character is absolutely forbidden. "15. Students are forbidden to hold any meetings or gatherings for deliberation in common on any matters whatsoever or to deliver public speeches, and they are likewise forbidden to establish any common funds whatsoever. "16....
Стр. 83 - Education in a circular called attention to the need of checking "the desire for education which is everywhere growing," so that "this extraordinary aspiration toward the higher subjects of study shall not be suffered to disturb in any way the existing class system, by awakening in youthful minds the impulse to acquire unnecessary knowledge, which cannot be successfully applied in practice." "With the reign of Nicholas," says the Russian historian SM Soloviev, "education ceased to be a virtue—hi...
Стр. 338 - ... with sectarian bigotry, or who having clearer heads have yet more mischievous intentions, can possibly dispute it. The school and church establishments ought therefore to be intimately connected ; the parish priest should be the superintendent of the parish school, and when a race of men have been educated for the purpose, it would be well if the clerk were always the school-master; for the advantage which would arise from raising this character into respectability, is not to be despised.