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Problems Involved in Standardizing State Normal Schools. Bulletin, 1916, No. 12 /

Charles Hubbard Judd and Samuel Chester Parker.

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Main Author: Judd, Charles Hubbard.
Other Names: Parker, Samuel Chester,
Published: [Place of publication not identified] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1916.
Topics: Higher Education. | Public School Teachers. | Student Teaching. | Educational Facilities. | Graduates. | Rural Schools. | Problems. | State Policy. | Educational Policy. | Educational History. | Standards. | State Schools. | Teacher Education. | School Statistics. | Comparative Education. | School Administration. | Teacher Educators. | Costs. | Secondary School Teachers. | School Role. | State Legislation. | Vocational Education. | African American Education. | Intellectual Disciplines. | Educational Quality. | Teacher Education Curriculum.
Genres: Historical Materials. | Reports, Research.
Online Access: ERIC - Full text online
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Physical Description: 1 online resource (141 pages)
Summary: Normal schools are not now standardized, varying widely in organization, admission requirements, courses of study, and modes of instruction; and have never been a part of the system of higher education in this country. This monograph merely outlines the problem of standardization of State normal schools, and aims to demonstrate the necessity of a broader investigation. The bulletin is restricted to a study of State normal schools, eliminating a consideration of the work of closely related institutions, such as city training schools, county normal schools, and teachers' training courses in high schools. Contents include: (1) Introduction: Scope of the bulletin; (2) Statistical comparison of colleges and normal schools; (3) Purpose, number, and geographical distribution of services of State normal schools; (4) The administrative control of State normal schools; (5) Practice-teaching facilities; (6) Students and graduates; (7) Faculties of State normal schools; (8) Normal-school costs; (9) General courses of study for high-school graduates; (10) The organization of practice teaching; (11) The training of rural teachers; (12) Training of high-school teachers and conferring of degrees; (13) The training of teachers of special subjects; and (14) Program for development of normal-school standards. (Contains 9 tables; 3 figures; and 15 footnotes.) [Best copy available has been provided.]
Notes: Availability: Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior.
Abstractor: ERIC.
Educational level discussed: Adult Education.
Educational level discussed: Higher Education.
Educational level discussed: Postsecondary Education.
Restrictions: Access rights: Yes. ericd
Other Names: Parker, Samuel Chester, author.
Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education (ED)

More Details for: Problems Involved in Standardizing State