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Children And Teachers
Source: Papers On Health
Children are of the utmost value to society;
through any one of them the divine light may shine which will bless
many generations. They are very easily hurt by unwise treatment and
teaching. We would have the teacher and parent impressed with the
preciousness of even the most delicate child. Health of mind and
body, not attainment, must be the first consideration in the
teaching of the young. It ought to be as much the teacher's business to
see that pupils do not suffer in health as to see that lessons (often
quite useless) are learned (see articles on Brow, Weary, and Eyes,
Failing Sight). We would again emphasise the truth that no child should
be undervalued for its delicate health. Delicate children have often
become men and women without whom the world would be vastly poorer.
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