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United States. Bureau of Education. Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1874 with Accompanying Papers. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1875.

On October 13, 1890, the State Normal School at Cheney opens its doors to its first pupils. Sixteen students are enrolled, all of whom meet the following requirements for admission: The student must be at least 16 years old, of good moral character, in good health, recommended by a county school superintendent; and able to pass a "fair exam" of subjects covered in grammar school.

A State Normal School was a college for training teachers, named after the French "ecole normale" on which it was modeled. When Washington achieved statehood in 1889, it was granted the right to open three State Normal Schools.

"At this time, nearly ever city, town and village in the state was clamoring for a state institution," wrote former mayor D. F. Percival in the Cheney Free Press (Oliphant).

A normal school was a school created to train high school graduates to be teachers by educating them in the norms of pedagogy and curriculum. Most such schools, where they still exist, are now denominated " teachers' colleges ". According to the Oxford English Dictionary , normal schools in the United States and Canada trained teachers for primary schools , while in continental Europe normal schools educated teachers for primary, secondary and tertiary schools. [1]

The first public normal school in the United States was founded in Concord, Vermont , by Samuel Read Hall in 1823 to train teachers. In 1839, another normal school was established in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ; it evolved into Framingham State University . Many, now comprehensive, state universities, such as the University of California, Los Angeles , were founded as normal schools. In Canada, such institutions were typically eventually assimilated by a university as the latter's Faculty of Education, offering a one- or two-year Bachelor of Education degree. It requires at least three, but usually four, years of prior undergraduate study.

The term "normal school" originated in the early 16th century from the French école normale . [3] The French concept of an "école normale" was to provide a model school with model classrooms to teach model teaching practices to its student teachers. The children being taught, their teachers, and the teachers of the teachers were often together in the same building. [ citation needed ] Although a laboratory school , it was the official school for the children—primary or secondary. [ citation needed ]

The crystal-clear San Marcos River flows right through our campus, creating a unique environment for recreation and research.

Dr. Denise M. Trauth is the ninth president of Texas State University, having served in the role since 2002. During that time, the university has been designated one of the state's Emerging Research Universities as well as a federal Hispanic-Serving Institution.

The Idaho Legislature of 1893 created a normal school in name, but failed to appropriate state funds to provide it with a permanent home. As was typical of that era and the century that followed, the citizens of Lewiston responded with open hearts.

The City of Lewiston donated 10 acres on a barren, sandy hill overlooking its sparse business district from the south to serve as the school's embryo. Soon to bear the name of "Normal Hill" after the mission of its principal occupant, the hill had no city services, no luxury of lights, electricity or water. What it had, however, was potential.

Absent of state funding, the school finally received authority from the legislature to use some of its federal land-grant proceeds to hire an architectural firm from Spokane and begin designing its first building. Blueprints were expected to take form in a completed administration building/classroom by 1894... Again, ambition seemed to run a distance ahead of reality.

United States. Bureau of Education. Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1874 with Accompanying Papers. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1875.

On October 13, 1890, the State Normal School at Cheney opens its doors to its first pupils. Sixteen students are enrolled, all of whom meet the following requirements for admission: The student must be at least 16 years old, of good moral character, in good health, recommended by a county school superintendent; and able to pass a "fair exam" of subjects covered in grammar school.

A State Normal School was a college for training teachers, named after the French "ecole normale" on which it was modeled. When Washington achieved statehood in 1889, it was granted the right to open three State Normal Schools.

"At this time, nearly ever city, town and village in the state was clamoring for a state institution," wrote former mayor D. F. Percival in the Cheney Free Press (Oliphant).

United States. Bureau of Education. Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1874 with Accompanying Papers. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1875.

On October 13, 1890, the State Normal School at Cheney opens its doors to its first pupils. Sixteen students are enrolled, all of whom meet the following requirements for admission: The student must be at least 16 years old, of good moral character, in good health, recommended by a county school superintendent; and able to pass a "fair exam" of subjects covered in grammar school.

A State Normal School was a college for training teachers, named after the French "ecole normale" on which it was modeled. When Washington achieved statehood in 1889, it was granted the right to open three State Normal Schools.

"At this time, nearly ever city, town and village in the state was clamoring for a state institution," wrote former mayor D. F. Percival in the Cheney Free Press (Oliphant).

A normal school was a school created to train high school graduates to be teachers by educating them in the norms of pedagogy and curriculum. Most such schools, where they still exist, are now denominated " teachers' colleges ". According to the Oxford English Dictionary , normal schools in the United States and Canada trained teachers for primary schools , while in continental Europe normal schools educated teachers for primary, secondary and tertiary schools. [1]

The first public normal school in the United States was founded in Concord, Vermont , by Samuel Read Hall in 1823 to train teachers. In 1839, another normal school was established in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ; it evolved into Framingham State University . Many, now comprehensive, state universities, such as the University of California, Los Angeles , were founded as normal schools. In Canada, such institutions were typically eventually assimilated by a university as the latter's Faculty of Education, offering a one- or two-year Bachelor of Education degree. It requires at least three, but usually four, years of prior undergraduate study.

The term "normal school" originated in the early 16th century from the French école normale . [3] The French concept of an "école normale" was to provide a model school with model classrooms to teach model teaching practices to its student teachers. The children being taught, their teachers, and the teachers of the teachers were often together in the same building. [ citation needed ] Although a laboratory school , it was the official school for the children—primary or secondary. [ citation needed ]

United States. Bureau of Education. Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1874 with Accompanying Papers. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1875.

On October 13, 1890, the State Normal School at Cheney opens its doors to its first pupils. Sixteen students are enrolled, all of whom meet the following requirements for admission: The student must be at least 16 years old, of good moral character, in good health, recommended by a county school superintendent; and able to pass a "fair exam" of subjects covered in grammar school.

A State Normal School was a college for training teachers, named after the French "ecole normale" on which it was modeled. When Washington achieved statehood in 1889, it was granted the right to open three State Normal Schools.

"At this time, nearly ever city, town and village in the state was clamoring for a state institution," wrote former mayor D. F. Percival in the Cheney Free Press (Oliphant).

A normal school was a school created to train high school graduates to be teachers by educating them in the norms of pedagogy and curriculum. Most such schools, where they still exist, are now denominated " teachers' colleges ". According to the Oxford English Dictionary , normal schools in the United States and Canada trained teachers for primary schools , while in continental Europe normal schools educated teachers for primary, secondary and tertiary schools. [1]

The first public normal school in the United States was founded in Concord, Vermont , by Samuel Read Hall in 1823 to train teachers. In 1839, another normal school was established in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ; it evolved into Framingham State University . Many, now comprehensive, state universities, such as the University of California, Los Angeles , were founded as normal schools. In Canada, such institutions were typically eventually assimilated by a university as the latter's Faculty of Education, offering a one- or two-year Bachelor of Education degree. It requires at least three, but usually four, years of prior undergraduate study.

The term "normal school" originated in the early 16th century from the French école normale . [3] The French concept of an "école normale" was to provide a model school with model classrooms to teach model teaching practices to its student teachers. The children being taught, their teachers, and the teachers of the teachers were often together in the same building. [ citation needed ] Although a laboratory school , it was the official school for the children—primary or secondary. [ citation needed ]

The crystal-clear San Marcos River flows right through our campus, creating a unique environment for recreation and research.

Dr. Denise M. Trauth is the ninth president of Texas State University, having served in the role since 2002. During that time, the university has been designated one of the state's Emerging Research Universities as well as a federal Hispanic-Serving Institution.

United States. Bureau of Education. Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1874 with Accompanying Papers. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1875.



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