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Coordination Controversy

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Title Date Summary
1 The Board of Education acts to fulfill its mandate
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.282
7/1/1990 Board considers proposal to limit Teachers College to a two year curriculum.
2 The Coordination Plan debated and rescinded
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.295
7/1/1990 President Seerley and school supporters attempt to counter the plan to limit the Teachers College to a two year curriculum; they and their political allies manage to defeat the scheme.
3 Through troubled times (1909-1920)
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.268
7/1/1990 The unified Board of Education gets organized; faculty and curricular changes; photo.
4 No student apathy in 1912
Northern Iowan 72:47, p.4
3/30/1976 A look at the Coordination Controversy, which would have made UNI a two-year school.
5 Influential factors before 1913
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.117
7/1/1951 President Seerley responds to critics of the College by establishing the Rural Education Department and the Extension Service.
6 The Co-ordination Controversy, 1912-1913
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.19
7/1/1951 Report recommends limiting College to two-year curriculum; after difficult struggle, the measure is put aside.
7 The State Board of Education (since 1909)
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.33
7/1/1951 New governing board assumes duties; performance over the years.
8 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:28, p.3
4/29/1915 Notes important state and national education-related events; several alumni teaching at other colleges; state will conduct survey of state educational institutions; coordination controversy will not be re-opened..
9 U. S. Bureau to examine state schools; at request of State Board Bureau will make educational survey
College Eye 4:28, p.2
4/29/1915 Bachelor of Arts degree in education at I. S. T. C. will not be included in inspection; will not re-open the coordination controversy.
10 Leavitt speaks at celebration; popular Cedar Falls banker speaks at May fete; pays high tribute to Seerley
College Eye 2:30, p.1
5/8/1913 Roger Leavitt remarks on the coordination controversy of the previous autumn and winter.
11 School Board rescinds action; state institutions of learning to remain as before
College Eye 2:26, p.1
4/10/1913 Six months of controversy over curriculum coordination at state institutions comes to an end without change, to the delight of students at ISTC.
12 School legislation next; important question of coordination reached in Senate
College Eye 2:25, p.1
4/3/1913 No news to be reported on the Klay bill regarding state educational institutions.
13 Optimistic spirit prevails; prospects are better at state capital
College Eye 2:24, p.1
3/27/1913 School question to be answered soon by legislature.
14 We agree with the adage
College Eye 2:24, p.4
3/27/1913 Commends President Seerley and Roger Leavitt for their service for students during the coordination plan debacle.
15 Join state oratorical league; Teachers College and Upper Iowa admitted conditionally
College Eye 2:23, p.1
3/20/1913 T. C. admitted to interstate league on the condition that they remain a four year college.
16 Legislative action; school question tied up in Senate committee
College Eye 2:23, p.1
3/20/1913 Iowa General Assembly seeks to adjourn and postpone many issues before them until a later date.
17 Must curb Teachers College
College Eye 2:23, p.5
3/20/1913 Expresses outrage at actions of the legislature and Board of Education which stifle the growth and prestige of Teachers College.
18 House against Board
College Eye 2:22, p.1
3/6/1913 The Klay bill passes in the House of Representatives; would shift responsibility from the House to the Board.
19 Centralization vs. democracy; question of whether "State Board" or "The People" govern State Schools is being debated in Des Moines
College Eye 2:21, p.5
2/27/1913 The questions remains whether or not the State Board is advisory.
20 Klay introduces bill; approaches question from another angle
College Eye 2:20, p.1
2/20/1913 Bill introduced will leave courses of study as they are now.
21 Editor criticizes Trewin; David Brant, of the Iowa City Republican shows up State Board
College Eye 2:19, p.1
2/13/1913 David Brant defends the Iowa State Teachers College and questions the board decision for no new buildings.
22 School question decided soon; joint conference to be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week
College Eye 2:19, p.1
2/13/1913 ISTC continues to be a part of the state legislature's agenda.
23 Legislature begins action; school question soon to be taken up
College Eye 2:17, p.1
1/30/1913 Resolutions introduced asking that Board of Education recommendations be rescinded.
24 Be sure to say
College Eye 2:14, p.4
12/19/1912 If you meet your General Assembly representative over break, say hi and tell him of the great Iowa State Teachers College.
25 College visitors; members of the legislature inspect the Teachers College; are pleasantly surprised
College Eye 2:13, p.1
12/12/1912 Members of General Assembly visit in wake of Board decision regarding ISTC; give reactions to their visit.
26 Thanksgiving is coming
College Eye 2:12, p.4
11/21/1912 What are you thankful for?
27 The alumni in all parts of the U. S.
College Eye 2:12, p.8
11/21/1912 The alumni are writing to the college about the Coordination Controversy.
28 The following clipping
College Eye 2:11, p.4
11/14/1912 A clipping taken from a college news paper in Missouri stating that the decision of the Iowa State Board of Education was a mistake and that Iowa State Teachers College is a great school.
29 Editor Capital: The recent action of the State Board of Education
College Eye 2:10, p.4
11/7/1912 If the decision of the Iowa State Board of Education goes into effect, it could cause confusion and ruin the already stable schools.
30 Breaking up the home
College Eye 2:9, p.1
10/31/1912 Cartoon about the Board of Education's decision to reduce Iowa State Teachers College to junior college status; portrays ISTC as a mother, who must bid farewell to her children who must go to the University of Iowa for their degrees.
31 Citizens of Iowa
College Eye 2:9, p.10
10/31/1912 Critical of Board decision to reduce ISTC to junior college status.
32 I am pleased to note
College Eye 2:9, p.3
10/31/1912 Jealous and competitive feelings between schools should be put away.
33 Is it wise?
College Eye 2:9, p.9
10/31/1912 Disagrees with the Board of Education's proposal to make Iowa State Teachers College a junior college.
34 Mr. Leavitt's dissenting opinion; placed before the State Board the exact situation at Cedar Falls
College Eye 2:9, p.1
10/31/1912 Text of Roger Leavitt's' dissension from the Board recommendation that would reduce ISTC to junior college status.
35 The Board of Education and the Teachers College
College Eye 2:9, p.4
10/31/1912 Iowa State Teachers College should not be reduced to a junior college as the Board of Education proposes; voters need to speak up and vote against it.
36 The situation at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls
College Eye 2:9, p.1
10/31/1912 Legal basis for ISTC, especially as it pertains to its continuance as a four year institution.
37 Commercial Club aid appreciated
College Eye 2:8, p.7
10/24/1912 Appreciated support in protest against Board recommendation.
38 Commercial Club brings visitors
College Eye 2:8, p.3
10/24/1912 Club members bring several prominent visitors to campus in order to give them an idea of the strength of the college program.
39 E. G. Dunn opposed to change; democratic candidate for governor declared himself in opposition to action of state board
College Eye 2:8, p.4
10/24/1912 Opposes recommendations of Board of Education that would reduce ISTC to junior college status.
40 The past two weeks
College Eye 2:8, p.4
10/24/1912 Get the truth out to the voters.
41 Big mass meeting held; students voice their objections to the actions of state board; over one thousand students parade the streets
College Eye 2:7, p.1
10/17/1912 Students and citizens march from park to downtown area to protest decision of Board of Education to reduce ISTC to junior college status.
42 Sweeping action taken by the State Board of Education; engineering, domestic science and liberal arts courses affected
College Eye 2:7, p.1
10/17/1912 Board attempts to eliminate "duplication" of curricula; ISTC would be reduced to junior college status; three state schools and their adherents protest.
43 We are not dead by a long shot
College Eye 2:7, p.4
10/17/1912 Applauds demonstration against Board of Education decision to reduce ISTC to junior college status; urges students to keep protesting.

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