M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES

Finding Aid for the
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
RECORDS, 1927-1988
(UA-650)

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935

Finding Aid Compiled by
Tim Bridgman
February 2006
Box and Folder List Assistance by
Kiki Lin

The arrangement and description of this collection was made possible through a New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grant.



 
 
 
 
 
 

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VOLUME: 8.66 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in June 1988.

ACCESS: Access to student material in Box 1 and Box 2 of Series 3 is restricted. Series 1 and Series 2 are unrestricted. Consult a staff member for details.

COPYRIGHT: The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Adminstrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


School of Education
Administrative History

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The School of Education at the State University of New York at Albany was created by an act of the New York State Legislature on May 7, 1844, as the Albany Normal School and modeled on l’Ecole Normale Superieure in France. Its mission was to educate and train school teachers in the science of education and the art of teaching so that they might take up positions in the schools of both New York State and the rest of the United States. The Albany Normal School opened its doors on December 18, 1844, and started preparing teachers for the state’s secondary schools. It offered a two-year teacher preparatory program. The Albany Normal School was the first normal school in the State of New York and the third in the United States. Its first year of funding included a $9,600 subsidy from the state’s Literature Fund and the promise of $10,000 annually for the first five years. The Albany Normal School’s first class had 29 students.

In 1905, the mission of the School of Education was expanded to preparing not only secondary school teachers, but also normal school ones. In 1906, graduate study commenced with the introduction of a one-year curriculum of post-baccalaureate study that led to a degree of Bachelor of Pedagogy. The school’s two-year program was offered for the last time in 1908. In 1913, master’s degree programs were added. In 1960, a doctoral degree in Educational Administration was added to the professional education courses as well as a program leading to a doctorate of philosophy. As the School of Education at the State University of New York at Albany grew, its mission grew in scope to include not only the education of classroom teachers, but also of the leaders who have shaped the nature of learning in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Since 1962, the School of Education has grown in size and scope. Its current mission is to foster enhanced learning and human development as well as to advance knowledge concerning the full spectrum of challenges in learning development, behavior, and adaptation. In order to achieve this, the School of Education offers many different academic programs taught by a large and diverse faculty. Currently, the school has four departments: Educational Administration Policy, Educational and Counseling Psychology, Educational Theory and Practice, and Reading. As of 2006, the School of Education had approximately 1400 graduate students, 1400 undergraduate students, 500 undergraduate minors, 95 part-time faculty, 65 full-time faculty, 30 master and Certificate for Advanced Studies programs, 6 doctoral programs, and two online programs.

Deans
1845-1849 David P. Page
1849-1852 George R. Perkins
1852-1857 Samuel B. Woolworth
1857-1865 David H. Cochran
1865-1867 Oliver C. Arey
1867 Samuel B. Woolworth
1867-1883 Joseph Alden
1883-1890 Edward P. Waterbury
1890-1906 William J. Milne
1906-1913 William J. Aspinwall
1913-1916 Leonard A. Blue
1916-1918 none
1918-1924 Harlan H. Horner
1924-1934 William H. Metzler
1934-1941 Milton G. Nelson
1941-1943 John M. Sayles
1943-1949 Robert W. Frederick
1949-1950 Robert W. Frederick/Milton C. Olson
1950-1951 Milton C. Olson /James A. Hicks
1951-1954 Milton C. Olson/Don A. Orton
1954-1959 Milton C. Olson/Edwin P. Adkins
1959-1960 Milton C. Olson/Edwin P. Adkins/John R. Tibbetts
1960-1962 Milton C. Olson/Edwin P. Adkins
1962-1963 Milton C. Olson/Edwin P. Adkins/Irving A. Vershoor
1963-1974 Randolph S. Gardiner
1974-1979 Gilbert D. Moore
1979-1992 Robert H. Koff
1992-2000 James T. Fleming
2000-2002 Ralph W. Harbison
2002-present Susan D. Phillips


School of Education
Scope and Content Note

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This collection documents the organization, evolution, scope, thinking, activities and programs of the School of Education over a period of about seven decades. The earliest items date from about 1927, but continuous records start about 1960 and continue through 1988 with the largest portion of the records from the 1960s-1980s. There are no records in this collection that date from the founding of the School of Education or from the early years of its operation.

Topics which are extensively documented in this collection include adult basic education, Albany Public Schools, Argentine Nationals Program, the Bennington Project, counseling centers, the Doctor of Arts Program, the Doctor of Education Program, educational research training, educational television, education of the disadvantaged, the Experimental College, the Milne School, the National Defense Education Act, the Peace Corps training program in India, the Regional Education Laboratory, special education, summer institutes, Teaching English as a Second Language, the Two-Year College Consortium, and workshops.

Several collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives provide further information on education and policy issues that were of concern to the faculty, staff and students of the School of Education. For complete listings of related collections, consult the subject guides for University at Albany, SUNY Administrative Records and Education. Of particular note are the records of the Capital Area School Development Association (APAP-065), the Educational Opportunity Center (UA-560), the Educational Communications Center (UA-570), Department of English (UA-603), and the National Research Center on English Learning and Achievement (CELA) (UA-680.03).


School of Education
Series Description

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Series 1: Administrative Files, 1953-1985, 3 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of materials relating directly to the operations of the School of Education, and to some of its faculty and staff. There is one folder of records concerning the New York State Citizen Committee for the Public Schools dating from 1953, but most of the series date from the 1960s-1980s. The records of the activities and programs committees and minutes of the Dean’s meetings are to be found here as are records pertaining to cabinet meeting notes, department chairs, and the minutes of faculty meetings. Other items found in this series include budget materials, by-laws, general correspondence, grants, memoranda, long-range planning, activities outside the university and teaching load statistics.

Series 2: Activities and Programs, 1927-1988, 3 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains materials relating directly to the activities and programs of the School of Education. Topics of interest include administrators and in-service education, adult basic education, Albany Public Schools, the Argentine Nationals Programs, the Behavior Research Program, the Bennington Project, Black Studies, the Center for Executive Development, co-operative community college programs, courses, curricula, the Doctor of Arts Program, the Doctor of Education Program, educational administration, educational media, educational research, the Experimental College, the Milne School, National Defense Education Act, Peace Corps training program in India, the Regional Education Laboratory, reading teachers, school psychology, special education, summer institutes, training of teachers, the Training Program for Subject Supervisors, the Two-Year College Consortium, vocational rehabilitation, and workshops.

Series 3: Publications, 1953-1988, 2.66 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series includes newsletters, reports, studies, proposals and proceedings of conferences published by the School of Education. The reports and studies comprise those officially published by the School of Education either by itself or in conjunction with other bodies. The proposals include the Bilingual Education Program, the In-Service Collegiate Summer Institute, training and research for state departments of education. Newsletters include Forerunner which contained a calendar of events sponsored by the School of Education. This series also includes general publications of the School of Education such as annual reports, accreditation reports, directories of faculty and staff by year, telephone directories of the School of Education by year, handbooks for student teaching and for student teachers, and three-year academic plans. The proceedings of conferences include the New York State Education Forum of 1984 and the 1983 conference on electronic learning. Student papers in Box 1 and Box 2 are restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

Most of the materials in this series are memoranda that represent communications between committee members as well as between committee members and university administration. There are also meeting minutes, reports, correspondence and class materials. For an overview of the program’s creation, see Box 2, Folder 8, “Report on School of Education,” which is composed of materials organized by Paul Bulger and Lou Ismay.


School of Education
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Administrative Files, 1953-1985

Box 1
Folder

1. Academic Affairs Council, 1969-1972
2. Accreditation, 1974
3. Admissions, 1964-1977-1978
4. Advanced Program Committee, 1967-1969
5. Advisory Council, 1970
6. Advisory Council, 1971
7. Advisory Council, 1972-1973
8. Advisory Council, Special Story, 1972
9. Allocation of Spaces, Problems, Requests, Location Needs, 1963-1968
10. Alumni Activities, undated
11. Awards, 1969-1984
12. Annual Report of Teacher Education Committee, 1974
13. Benezet, Louis T., 1970-1973
14. Budgets, 1965-1968
15. By-laws, 1971-1972
16. Cabinet Meeting and Notes, 1966
17. Calendar, 1971
18. Campus Dedication Committee, 1967
19. Collins, Evan, 1962-1969
20. Committee On Education Policies, 1963-1966
21. Correspondence, 1959-1972
22. Councils and Committees, 1970-1977
23. Curriculum Committee, 1952-1968
24. Deans Meetings, 1971-1975
25. Deans Meetings, 1976
26. Deans and Directors Meetings, 1970-1971
27. Department Chairpersons, 1965-1972
28. Department Chairpersons, 1965-1972
29. Department Chairpersons, 1972-1973
30. Department of Off-Campus Supervision, 1975
31. Departmental Counselors for Education Employment, 1974-1975
32. Departments and Dean’s Office, Fall 1974-1978
33. Droessler, Earl, Vice President for Research, Correspondence, 1966-1971
34. Education Certifications, 1970-1971
35. Education Societies, 1963-1966
36. Enrollments Figures, 1965-1980
37. Equal Opportunity Advisory Committee, 1970-1971
38. Faculty, 1964-1976
39. Faculty Meetings, 1965-1975
40. Fellowship Assistantship, undated

Box 2
Folder

1. Fiser, Webb, Correspondence, 1965-1968
2. Flinton, Edgar, Dean of Graduate Studies, 1961-1971
3. Goals and Priorities for Action, 1979-1982
4. Graduate Committee, 1956-1957
5. Graduate Outreach, 1985
6. Graduate School of Public Affairs Alumni Association, 1985
7. Graduation, 1972-1973
8. Grants, 1970-1973
9. Grants, 1965-1969
10. Grants, 1966
11. Grants, 1965-1968
12. Grants, 1965-1968
13. Grants, 1968-1971
14. Grants, 1968-1971
15. Higher Education Act, 1966-1967
16. Kuusisto, Allan, Correspondence, 1968-1970
17. Long-Range Planning, 1967-1972
18. Mathews, Elmer, Dean, 1967-1973
19. Memoranda, 1961-1975
20. Memoranda, 1972
21. Memoranda, 1965-1973

Box 3
Folder

1. Memoranda, 1965-1973
2. Memoranda, 1965-1973
3. Memoranda, 1965-1973
4. Memoranda, 1963-1973
5. Memoranda, 1962
6. Memoranda, 1968-1971
7. Memoranda, 1968-1971
8. Memoranda, 1969-1973
9. Memoranda, 1960-1973
10. Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1964
11. Minutes, 1976
12. New Campus, 1963-1967
13. New Faculty Members, 1971-1974
14. New Telephones Number, August 3, 1966
15. New York State Citizen Committee For Public Schools, 1953
16. Office Listing of School of Education, 1961-1962
17. Olson, Milton, 1968-1970
18. O’Reilly, Charles, undated
19. Organization, 1969-1974
20. Outside University, 1967-1971
21. Outside University, 1967-1971
22. Outside University, 1967-1971
23. Outside University, 1967-1971
24. Outside University, 1967-1971
25. Periodical Report For School of Education Topics, 1976
26. Recognition Night, 1973
27. Recruitment, 1969-1973
28. Register’s Office, 1968-1972
29. Reorganization of the School of Education, 1974-1975
30. Resource Allocation, undated
31. Retirements, 1975-1984
32. Schedules, 1968-1973
33. Scholarship, 1969
34. Search Committee, Dean of Education, 1973
35. Senate Council On Promotions, 1970
36. Senate Meeting Reports, 1972
37. Student Guidelines, 1964-1965
38. A Student’s Guide To the SUNYA Campus, 5/1974
39. Student of SUNYA Graduates, 1968-1970
40. Teacher Education Program Enrollments, 1972
41. Teaching Load Statistics, 1955-1971
42. Teaching Load Statistics, 1969-1970
43. Urban Affairs Committee, 1972
44. University Athletics Council, 1968
45. Wakin, Bertha, 1973


School of Education
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Activities and Programs, 1927-1988

Box 1
Folder

1. Administrators and In-service Education, 1968
2. Educational Media, 1968-1979
3. Adult Basic Education, 1966-1969
4. Adult Basic Education, 1969-1970
5. Albany Public Schools, 1966
6. Application of Selected Media of Instruction to General Education, 1970
7. Argentine Nationals Program, 1969
8. Behavioral Research Program, 1964-1071
9. A Bilingual Education Project, 1971-1972
10. Bennington Project Ford Foundation, 1964-1966
11. Black Studies, 1969
12. Campus Academic Plan, 1965
13. CASDA, 1970
14. Center For Executive Development, 1963-1969
15. Center For Training Urban Teachers, 1968-1969
16. Child Research and Study Center, 1974-1975
17. Classical Association of the Empire State, 1971-1974
18. College Counseling, 1969-1973
19. Colloquia, 1978-1984
20. The Community College (Institute), 1972-1974
21. Comparative Education Society, 1968
22. Cooperative Community College Programs, 1967
23. Counseling Centers, 1961-1969
24. Courses, 1948-1959
25. Courses, 1967-1985
26. Criteria and the Educational of Educational Programs, 1974
27. The Cross-Cultural Measurement of Values, 1967
28. Curriculum, 1962-1972
29. Curriculum Laboratory, September1970
30. Department of Business Education, 1968-1980
31. Department of Counseling Psychology, 1988
32. Department of Program Development and Evaluation, 1988
33. Desegregation, 1968
34. Doctor of Arts Program, 1971
35. Doctoral Degree in Education Degree, 1952-1974
36. Doctor of Psychology Program, 1979
37. Education Day, 1967
38. Educational Administration, 1961
39. Educational Communication Center: Allocation an Understanding of the Drug, 1976
40. Educational Researchers Training, 1966-1968
41. Educational Researchers Training, 1966-1969
42. Educational Television, 1960
43. Education of the Disadvantaged, undated
44. Education of the Disadvantaged, 1972
45. Education of the Disadvantaged: Abe Bibliography, 1972
46. Education of the Disadvantaged, Workshop for Instructor of Teachers, July 5-14, 1967
47. Environment Preference Schedule, 1974
48. Experimental College, 1969
49. Foundations of Education Graduate Programs, 1974
50. Gardner, Randolph S., Resignation as Dean, 1972
51. Graduate Studies, 1966-1971
52. Graduate Survey, 1976
53. History of Education Society, 1969
54. Innovative Education in College and Community, January 22, 1970
55. Institute for Development of Educational Activities, 1967

Box 2
Folder

1. Institute for Advanced Study For Media Specialists, August 22, 1966
2. Institute for Self-Paced Instructional Strategies: Preparation of a Learning Activity Package, 1972
3. Instructional Leadership, undated
4. International Fire Administration Institute, undated
5. International Programs, 1977
6. Internship, 1964-1965
7. Lectures in Education, undated
8. Marist College, 1968
9. Milne School, 1924-1979
10. Milne School, 1924-1979
11. Milne School, 1924-1979
12. Music Education, 1969-1970
13. National Center for Educational Research and Development, 1972-1973
14. National Education Finance Project, 1969
15. National Teacher Exams, 1965-1966
16. National Teacher Corps, 1966
17. NDEA, 1966-1968
18. NDEA, 1966-1970
19. NDEA, 1966-1970
20. NDEA Fellowship Programs, 1966
21. New Office of Business Education Learning, 1969
22. New York State Committee of English Educators, 1969
23. One Hundred and Fortieth Anniversary, 1984
24. Power, Policy and Education: Studies in Development, 1968
25. Press Releases, 1966-1967
26. Peace Corps Training Program in India Summer, 1966
27. Physical Education, 1970
28. Politics and Education, 1969
29. Program for the Improvement of College Teaching, 1965-1969
30. Program for the Improvement of College Teaching, 1969
31. Project Changeover, 1969
32. Project Themis, 1968
33. Reading Teachers, 1969-1970
34. Reading Research Center, 1973
35. Regional Education Laboratory, 1965
36. Regional Education Services Center, undated
37. Rehabilitation Counseling, 1966, undated
38. Research and Development Center, 1985
39. School Psychology, 1967-1969
40. Science Teachers, 1969-1970
41. Seminars, 1982
42. Social Studies, 1974, undated
43. Special Education, 1966-1976
44. Special Education, 1966-1969

Box 3
Folder

1. Special Education, 1966-1970
2. Speech and Hearing Handicapped, February 1, 1975
3. Spring Lecture Series on Improvement of College Teaching, 1964
4. Student Teaching Center, 1966-1969
5. Summer Conferences, 1965-1967
6. Summer Institutes, 1964-1969
7. Summer Institutes, 1964-1968
8. Summer Institutes, 1964-1969
9. Summer Institutes, 1964-1969
10. Summer Institutes, 1969-1970
11. Summer Institutes, 1969
12. Summer Sessions, 1963-1972
13. Surveys, 1985-1988
14. Summer Workshops, 1965-6/1967
15. Symposia, 1978-1982
16. Task Force on Teacher Education, 1969-1972
17. Teaching Centers Proposal, 1967
18. Teacher Fellowships, 1965-1966
19. Teacher Corps, 1969-1970
20. Teacher Education, 1962-1979, undated
21. Teacher Education, 1962-1979, undated
22. Teaching of English as a Second Language, 1971-1985
23. Traffic Safety Education, 1969-1970
24. Training of Teachers of Teachers (T-T-T), 1968-1969
25. Training Program for Subject Supervisors, 1969-1972
26. Two Year College Consortium, 1967-1070
27. The University-Community Cooperative Centers For Individual Development, undated
28. United States Dependent Schools in Europe, 1972
29. Urban Education, Syracuse University, 1966-1968
30. Use of Undergraduates in Teaching, 1971-1972
31. Vocational Rehabilitation, 1966-1969
32. Wisconsin Teacher Competence Project, 1964
33. Workshops, 1965-1976
34. Workshops, 1965-1976
35. Workshops, 1979


School of Education
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Series 3: Studies and Publications, 1953-1988

Box 1
Folder

1. Annual Report, 1968-1969
2. Annual Report, 1970-1971
3. Annual Report, 1971-1972
4. Annual Report, 1971-1972
5. Annual Report, 1972-1973
6. Annual Report, 1973-1974
7. Annual Report, 1973-1974
8. Annual Report, 1974-1975
9. Annual Report, 1974-1975
10. Annual Report, 1975-1976
11. Annual Report, 1975-1976
12. Annual Report, 1976-1977
13. Annual Report, 1976-1977
14. Annual Report, 1977-1978
15. Annual Report, 1977-1978
16. Bilingual Bicultural Education Fellowship Program, 1977
17. Student Paper, “A Study of the Select Seminar on Teacher Evaluation II,” for EPDE 757, May 13, 1986
18. Casdagram, 1968-1979
19. Certification Registration Report, 1969
20. Curtis, Thorns, The Middle School, 1967
21. Student Paper, “The Problem of Drop Outs from Our School System,” Ed. 251, January 1955
22. Diary of Student Teaching, September 14-November 6, 1953
23. Directory, 1969-1970
24. Directory, 1970-1971
25. Directory, 1972-1973
26. Directory, 1974-1975
27. Directory, 1975-1976
28. Directory of Education, 1976-1977
29. Directory, 1978-1979
30. Directory, 1979-1980
31. Directory, School of Education Faculty, undated
32. Directory, School of Education Faculty, undated
33. Directory, School of Education Faculty, Fall 1983
34. Directory, School of Education Faculty, Fall 1984
35. Directory, School of Education Faculty, Fall 1985
36. Directory, School of Education Faculty, 1986
37. Directory, School of Education Faculty, 1987
38. Directory, Telephone, 1983-1984
39. Directory, Telephone, 1984-1985
40. Directory, Telephone, 1985-1986
41. Directory, Telephone, 1986-1987
42. Directory, Telephone, 1987-1988
43. Doctoral Dissertations, 1963-1985
44. Drugs: A Study Guide by James P. Kielt, 1976
45. Educational Computer Consortiums of the Capital Area Newsletter, Vol. 1-2, 1986

Box 2
Folder

1. Educational Programs For the Culturally Deprived, 1970
2. Educational Television At SUNYA, 1963
3. An Experimental Program For Training Child Guidance Specialists in Puerto-Rico, 1968
4. Fairbanks, R.E, “A Follow-up of New York State Bookkeeping Students,” September 1967
5. Final Narrative Report, Institute In Self Paced Instructional Strategies, 1973
6. Forerunner, 1981
7. Fowler, Charles. W; Paul F. Hooker, M. Lee Upcraft, “Interests of Junior High School Students,” 1961
8. Free and Inexpensive Materials for Teaching About the Negro in America, 1968
9. Gerbino, Kathryn A., and David W. Chapmon, “Capital District Residents View Their Public Schools: A Public Opinion Survey,” 1984
10. A Handbook for Off-campus Student Teaching, 1969
11. A Handbook for Student Teachers, 1988
12. A Handbook for Student Teaching Center Cooperating Teachers, 1988
13. Inside Education, 1972
14. Institute in Science Teaching Report, 1966
15. Institute in Self-Paced Instructional Strategies: Final Narrative Report, July 2-20, 1973
16. Institute for In-service Education of Administrative Leaders of Higher Education, 1969-1972
17. Institute in Self-Paced Instructional Strategies: Interim Narrative Report, July 1-19, 1974
18. Institute in Self-Paced Instructional Strategies: Interim Narrative Report, July 1-19, 1974
19. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 1, January 1970
20. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 2, January 1970
21. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 3, January 1970
22. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 3, January 1970
23. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 3, January 1970
24. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 3, January 1970
25. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 3, January 1970
26. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 4, January 1970
27. Institutional Report to NCATE, Vol. 5, January 1970
28. Intermediate and Final Narrative Report, Institute for the Development of Occupational Competences, 1977
29. Interim Narrative Report Institute for Coping with Change in Business Education at Urban Schools, 1978
30. James, Charles, the Negro Writer in America, undated
31. Light, Richard L., and Pat Furey, “Aspects of Culture in the TESL Classroom,” 1975
32. Media Guide to Resources, 1984
33. McPherson , Michael S., “Federal Student Aid Policy: Can We Learn from Experience?” 1985
34. Student Project, “Project Number One: Collection of Newspaper Articles Concerning the Loss and Gain of Employment with the Labor Market,” Ed. 605, October 1967
35. “The Negro in the Last 100 Years,” Social Studies Resource Unit, undated
36. Newsletter, 1984-1985
37. New York State Committee of English Educators of the New York State English Council Bulletin, No. 2 July 1969, No.3 August1970
38. New York State Education Forum 1984 Conference Proceedings, 1984
39. O’Brien, C.J., and D.W. Chapman, Capital District Residents Rate Their Public Schools: Second Annual Opinion Survey, 1985
40. Off-Campus Student Teaching: A Handbook, 1960

Box 3
Folder

1. A Pilot Study in Media Feasibility in Selected College Courses, 1969
2. Proceedings of Conference on Electronic Learning, 1983
3. Proposal, Bilingual Education Project, May 8, 1974
4. Proposal, Bilingual Education Program, May 21, 1976
5. Proposal, Inservice Collegiate Summer Institute, January 28, 1974
6. Proposal for Training and Research Institute for State Departments of Education, 1965
7. Report of Committee on Off-Campus Student Teaching, undated
8. Report to National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, 1961
9. Smith, C. Currien, “New Wine in Old Bottles: or the Introduction of the Merit Concept into the Teachers College Salary Program,” 1955
10. A Student’s Guide to the SUNYA Campus, 1974
11. Student Handbook, 1988
12. Teacher Training Institute: Adult Basic Education, July 23-August 11, 1967

Box 4
Folder

1. Teacher-Training Institute: Adult Basic Education, July 23-August 11, 1967
2. Teacher-Training Institute: Adult Basic Education, July 23-August 11, 1967
3. Teacher-Training Institute: Adult Basic Education, July 20-August 8, 1969
4. Teacher-Training Institute: Adult Basic Education, July 20-August 8, 1969
5. Teaching Languages in College, 1985
6. Three Year Academic Plan, January 1977
7. Three Year Academic Plan, January 1977
8. Three Year Academic Plan, circa 1979
9. Three Year Academic Plan, 1981
10. Webb, Eugene, “The Attitudes of a Sample of the Class of 1954 on the Education Department of New York State College for Teachers, Albany,” undated


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