3 edition of historical development of state normal schools for white teachers in Maryland. found in the catalog.
historical development of state normal schools for white teachers in Maryland.
Mary Clough Cain
|Other titles||State normal schools for white teachers in Maryland.|
|Statement||By Mary Clough Cain.|
|LC Classifications||LB1884 .C3 1941a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii , 1 l. , 184 p. 1|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||41010868|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed., issued in series: Teachers College, Columbia University. historical development of state normal schools for white teachers in Maryland. book Contributions to. Historical development of state normal schools for white teachers in Maryland.
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Ages for compulsory school attendance were extended, minimum salaries for "white" teachers increased, and the school year lengthened in Negro schools. InMaryland accepted provisions of the federal Smith-Hughes Act which added vocational education to the curriculum. institution Normal School No.
3 and put it under the direct control of the state’s board of education. The school was subsequently relocated to a acre tract of land in Prince George’s County. Bythe school was known as the Maryland Normal and Industrial School at Size: KB.
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The State Normal School was a teaching school, and was created to increase education and literacy for the newly freed former slaves in Mississippi. Though the State Normal School for Negroes began at the nearby Shaw University (which would eventually be renamed Rust College) it soon ran out of room there and moved to this present location in.
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