The course of study in general science for high schools issued by the State Department of Public Instruction has recently come from the press. The course is divided into fifteen units. Of these, eight are devoted primarily to physical and chemical facts; five are of a biological nature; and two deal with facts of astronomy and meteorology. The authors, however, have succeeded well in constructing a course in general science and have not merely put together unrelated parts of physics, chemistry, biology, and astronomy.
©1931 by Iowa State Teachers College
Lantz, C. W.
"The State High School Course in General Science,"
Science Bulletin: Vol. 3:
8, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/science_bulletin/vol3/iss8/6