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I have been search online for sources that will help me understand the text of Report of the Massachusetts board of education by Horace Mann better , but I found absolutely nothing. I am looking something that will give me a summary or help me know that I am on the right track. This would be a great help if you know anything that will guide me in my understanding.

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