"This study is divided into three parts. Part I attempts to review the general principles involved in education for modern efficiency for whites, for the purpose of throwing some light upon the problems involved in educating the negro for his share in our American life. Part II presents the .conclusions of recent writers upon two topics: (1) Are the mental differences between the two races such that the same general principles of education cannot be applied? (2) What have Negro leaders, and other close students, held essential in the education of Negro boys and girls? Part III deals with the results obtained from a survey of three Negro schools of Missouri. The data upon which this study is based, gathered from the students of the three Negro schools, throw light upon the general problem of Negro education as it relates itself to the home-life and individual interests of the students."--Page 2.
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