Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
This discourse is confined exclusively to the history of the home economics in the Hebert School. The writer attempted to outline it in such a way as to be so interesting to any reader that he or she will read it through and get a clear idea or concept of the things which the writer has endeavored to convey. Home economics is the practice of training girls for homemaking. It is a course which should have been kept as concrete as possible; as easily understandable as it could be made; as closely connected with real life as homemaking itself. But in most schools today it has become artificial and the pupils have lost most of their interest.
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Barker, A. (1938). The History of Home Economics in the Hebert School Beaumont, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/31