The curriculum of modern education, and the respective claims of classics and science to be represented: being the substance of two lectures delivered at the monthly evening meetings of the College of Perceptors, April 11th, & May 9th, 1866

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Payne presents his recommendations for the reformation of the curriculum. He writes of his belief that science should be fully introduced and that education should represent the spirit of the age.
Place of publication: London
Collation: 30 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes: From the library of Dr Moncure Conway. Inscription on title page: With the author's compliments. Printed in double columns. Includes appendices.

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Payne, Joseph [1808-1876.], “The curriculum of modern education, and the respective claims of classics and science to be represented: being the substance of two lectures delivered at the monthly evening meetings of the College of Perceptors, April 11th, & May 9th, 1866,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed November 23, 2020, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/543.

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