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Physical Science in Schools

Nature volume 13, page 412 | Download Citation



THE beginning of a discussion on any great subject elicits mainly differences of opinion; its end should be to establish agreement as to principles, and in great measure as to details. The first half of this dictum has been illustrated by the interesting letters in your columns on Physical Science in Schools; its entire confirmation as the correspondence proceeds will confer on education a benefit of the most timely kind.

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