This volume gives an account of the activities of the General Education Board from its foundation in 1902 up to June 30, 1914. The Board has made annual reports to the United States Department of the Interior and these have been regularly printed in the reports of the Department; but no further report has been hitherto issued, because, as the Board's work was felt to be experimental in character, premature statements respecting the scope and outcome of its efforts were to be avoided. After something more than a decade, tangible results have begun to appear, and to their description and consideration the following pages are devoted. Henceforth, statements will be issued annually, and, from time to time, a more critical discussion like the present report will be published.
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