Attendence Records from the School of Mutual Instruction
Boston Public School System
The School of Mutual Instruction was an experimental school in Boston. It relied upon a system in which older or more advanced students instructed the younger or weaker students under the supervision of the schoolmaster. Tokens with an attached pecuniary value were distributed as rewards for successful students. The students could redeem the tokens for books and other prizes.
School for Mutual Instruction
0401.001 C ommittee on Superintending the School for Mutual Instruction records 1821-