What's Happening in Teacher Education?: District of Columbia

Raymond, Thelma M.
June 1958
Journal of Teacher Education;Jun1958, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p216
Academic Journal
The article reports developments related to the teacher education in Washington D.C. in 1958. The District of Columbia Elementary Classroom Teacher Association invited the District of Columbia Teachers College to present a program describing the present trend in the preparation of elementary school teachers at the Teachers College. Through the cooperation of the college faculty members and students an art exhibit of students' work, a group of dances and a panel discussion were presented. The purpose of the program is to keep persons interested in elementary education in close touch with what is happening at the Teachers College.


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