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THOMAS H. BRIGGS TO DELIVER 1930 INGLIS LECTURE TODAY

Columbia Professor Will Talk on Secondary Education

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Dr. T. H. Briggs, Professor of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, will speak on the subject. "The Great Investment: Secondary Education in a Democracy" in Emerson D. this evening at 8 o'clock. This address is the Inglis Lecture for 1930.

Dr. Briggs has made a long study of secondary education and has published two books, entitled "The Junior High School" and "Curriculum Problems". His practical experience includes several years as a teacher in public and private secondary schools. He was for a short time an instructor in Stetson University and later taught in the Eastern Illinois State Normal School. He associated himself with the faculty of Teachers College in 1912. The Inglis lecture for 1929 was given by Dr. G. S. Counts, also Professor of Education at Teachers College.

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