History of the State Normal School, Farmington, Maine: With Sketches of the Teachers and Graduates

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Knowlton, McLeary & Company, 1889 - 204 pages
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Page 12 - Normal Schools, one in the Eastern and one in the Western part of the State. These schools were " to be thoroughly devoted to the work of training teachers for their professional labors," "including the best methods of government and instruction.
Page 189 - The constitution provides that "this constitution may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the members present at any regular meeting...
Page 12 - IV. Said schools, while teaching the fundamental truths of Christianity, and the great principles of morality, recognized by law, shall be free from all denominational teachings, and open to persons of different religious connections on terms of equality.
Page 181 - Androscoggin, Aroostook, Cumberland, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo, Washington, York...
Page 12 - The course of study shall include the common English branches in thorough reviews, and such of the higher branches as are especially adapted to prepare teachers to conduct the mental, moral and physical education of their pupils.
Page 185 - It shall be the duty of the President to preside over all meetings of the Board and of the Standing Committee, except in cases that require the Arbiter.
Page 188 - The officers of the Association shall consist of a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secretary and a Treasurer...
Page 102 - Professor Walter David Depue Hadzsits died in Hartford, July 29, 1910, after a short illness. He was born in Detroit September 22, 1874. Graduating from the Detroit High School, he entered the University of Michigan, from which he received the degree of AB in 1898 and of AM in 1899.
Page 186 - It shall also be regarded as unbecoming to engage in any form of advertising or practice which shall tend to lower the physician in the esteem of the community or reflect discredit upon his professional associates. ARTICLE IV.
Page 12 - Maine prescribes that thoy shall be thoroughly devoted to the work of training teachers for their professional labors ; that the course of study shall include the common English branches, in thorough reviews, and such higher branches as are especially adapted to prepare teachers to conduct the mental, moral, and physical education of their pupils ; that the art of school management, including the best methods of government and instruction, shall have a prominent place in the daily exercises of the...

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