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" The system of apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very'little for the apprentice, considering the length of H O O r1 I time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will most profit his employer,... "
Annual Report of the Board of Education - 第 158 頁
Massachusetts. Board of Education 著 - 1882
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Education, 第 3 卷

1883
...apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the time he must devote to the learning of his trade....most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. . . . Now it appears like throwing away two or three years of one's life to attain a knowledge of any...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, 第 1 卷

Massachusetts - 1882
...present day, as a general rule, amounts to very'little for the apprentice, considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade....letting his employer suffer the loss of time devoted io his instruction. Xow, it appears like tin-owing tv.vay two or three years of one's life to attain...
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Industrial Education a Necessary Part of Public Education: A Paper Read ...

John Spencer Clark - 1883 - 66 頁
...apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the time he must devote to the learning of his trade....most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. . . . Now it appears like throwing away two or three years of one's life to attain a knowledge of any...
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Industrial Education in the United States: A Special Report

1883 - 319 頁
...present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught all branches...
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Education in Its Relation to Manual Industry

Arthur MacArthur - 1884 - 393 頁
...considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If...shortest time, he would be likely to leave as soon as he conld do better, letting his employer suffer the loss of time devoted to his instruction. " Now, it...
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Education in Its Relation to Manual Industry

Arthur MacArthur - 1884 - 393 頁
...present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as will profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught all branches...
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Education in Its Relation to Manual Industry

Arthur MacArthur - 1884 - 393 頁
...present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept upon such work as profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught all branches...
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Education in Its Relation to Manual Industry

Arthur MacArthur - 1884 - 393 頁
...present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade. He is kept npon such work as will profit his employer, who thus protects himself. If the apprentice should be...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 第 21 卷

1882
...apprenticeship of the present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the time he must devote to the learning of his trade....most profit his employer, who thus protects himself. . . . Now, it appears like throwing away two or three years of one's life to attain a knowledge of...
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Art and Industry: (1885) Drawing in the public schools

United States. Office of Education, Isaac Edwards Clarke - 1898
...present day, as a general rule, amounts to very little for the apprentice, considering the length of time he must devote to the learning of his trade....upon such work as will most profit his employer, who tBus protects himself. If the apprentice should be thoroughly taught all branches in the shortest time,...
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