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House. Comm. on Education. Report on teachers' education, 1828
SEE ALSO 51820, 51836, 51841, 51860 H.R. No. 40 The Committee on Education looked at the Governor's message relative to institutions to train
teachers and reported on February 11, 1828. The state did not have a teacher's college, partly because of money. It suggested a teacher's school in each
county! A fund was needed, so it offered a bill: An Act to provide for the establishment of the Massachusetts Literary Fund, 1828. The Governor and
others were to manage the fund. The proceeds were to support the teachers' schools around the state. Money from the sale of public lands, part of the
1812 claim money, and 15%! of all taxes would nourish the fund. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State
Title:   The Committee on Education, to whom was referred that part of the message of His Excellency the governor, delivered at the June session, which relates to an institution for the instruction of school teachers and to the general subject of education, have considered the same, in obedience to the order of the House ...
OCLC Number:   1370094963
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