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Teacher Certification

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Title Date Summary
101 Open forum on the certification law
College Eye 25:10, p.2
8/10/1933 Irving Hart answers questions about the new law.
102 Hart speaks at education meet on certification
College Eye 25:9, p.1
8/4/1933 Speaks to large crowd.
103 Open forum on the certification law
College Eye 25:9, p.2
8/4/1933 Irving Hart answers questions about the new law.
104 Open forum on the certification law
College Eye 25:8, p.2
7/28/1933 Irving Hart answers questions about the new law.
105 County examinations
College Eye 25:7, p.3
7/21/1933 To be held August 2, 3, and 4.
106 Open forum on the certification law
College Eye 25:7, p.2
7/21/1933 Irving Hart answers questions about the new law.
107 Open forum on the certification law
College Eye 25:6, p.2
7/14/1933 Question about the new certification law.
108 Certification law important, Hart declares; act of legislature elevates teaching to realm of learned professions
College Eye 25:5, p.1
7/7/1933 Praises new certification law.
109 One hundred-seventy students complete county exams here
College Eye 25:4, p.1
110 Certification bill may pass; proposed measure drafted by State Teachers association
College Eye 24:19, p.1
2/10/1933 Would raise certification standards.
111 Certification bill distributed
Alumnus 16:4, p.10
10/1/1932 Professor Hart hopes this bill will go to the General Assembly in January 1933.
112 'Better teachers' cries committee on certification; State Teachers Association group frames bill for legislature
College Eye 23:53, p.1
8/5/1932 Several ISTC faculty members involved in developing legislation.
113 160 of 273 fail to pass county exams
College Eye 23:52, p.1
7/29/1932 Grammar was most difficult part of test.
114 County examinations will begin August 3
College Eye 23:51, p.4
115 I. H. Hart talks at station WOI; extension head here discusses problem of teacher certification
College Eye 23:27, p.1
1/22/1932 Believes certification standards should be raised.
116 Higher certification standards proposed
Alumnus 15:4, p.9
10/1/1931 Professor I. H. Hart outlines needs for new standards; discusses proposed legislation.
117 Last county teachers examinations are given here this week
College Eye 23:10, p.4
8/7/1931 About 350 students took the test.
118 The last county examination
Public Relations News Release 1930:501, p.1
8/2/1931 Teacher exams held on August 5, 6, and 7.
119 County and state examinations for teachers
Public Relations News Release 1930:464, p.1
6/29/1931 Teacher examinations given this week.
120 County exam grind is over once more; three hundred twenty-five took the test at men's gym this week
College Eye 21:38, p.1
6/27/1930 Three take second grade state examinations; others take first of second grade county exams.
121 Student examinations
Public Relations News Release 1929:24, p.1
10/19/1929 Schedule of state and county teacher certification examinations.
122 Country teacher examinations
College Eye 19:41, p.8
6/28/1928 Examination information.
123 N. E. A. adopts resolutions at Seattle meeting; four years college advocated for teachers; Mrs. Lindbergh congratulated by N. E. A.
College Eye 19:6, p.1
10/12/1927 Praise for increased standards for teachers.
124 Official notice
College Eye 18:53, p.7
8/10/1927 Will continue third grade certificate for another year.
125 Official Notice
College Eye 18:52, p.1
8/3/1927 Third grade certification will continue for another year.
126 Official announcement
College Eye 18:51, p.1
7/27/1927 Students should make arrangements for taking the county examinations.
127 Official announcement
College Eye 18:50, p.1
7/20/1927 County examinations will be given.
128 The state examinations
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.89
7/1/1926 Professor Wright's account of the visits of the State Examining Board to the Normal School.
129 675 students now taking American Government course; work of department greatly expanded due to new state regulation
College Eye 16:29, p.1
4/8/1925 Because of new state regulations, more instructors are slated to teach American Government courses.
130 Teaching cannot become a profession
College Eye 14:52, p.1
7/20/1923 Clearly outlines the difference between a third grade county teaching certificate, and a first grade state certificate.
131 Between 900 and 1000 students
College Eye 14:49, p.1
6/29/1923 About one thousand students took the uniform county examinations this week.
132 Third grade state certificates
College Eye 14:49, p.1
6/29/1923 To be granted to students after two years of college.
133 Old exam methods relegated; experience will be rewarded by new teaching bill
College Eye 14:42, p.1
4/25/1923 Outline of new Indiana method.
134 Supt. H. E. Blackmar
College Eye 14:28, p.8
1/10/1923 Spoke with Macy Campbell, along with A. E. Jewett and H. C. Moeller, about legislation regarding the certification of teachers.
135 Twelve weeks normal
College Eye 14:12, p.2
5/31/1922 Criticizes the worth of the Uniform County Examinations.
136 The Teachers College
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 Schools in forty-seven states have been reorganized to provide college level training for teachers of all grades.
137 Teachers certificates issued in Iowa from July 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920, by the Board of Educational Examiners
College Eye 12:28, p.6
4/6/1921 Divides into classifications.
138 Legislature will change school laws
College Eye 12:16, p.6
12/15/1920 Maximum tuition will be raised from $8 to $12, among other changes.
139 California to reorganize normal school
College Eye 12:15, p.1
12/8/1920 Graduates from other colleges not up to California standards will not be able to teach in the state.
140 Recognition
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.1
4/1/1920 Charles S. Cory, Registrar, announced that Michigan State certificates will be granted to all A. B. graduates who have eleven hours in education.
141 Official notes
College Eye 11:6, p.2
10/22/1919 Board of Educational Examiners establishes certification rules.
142 The summer term of 1915
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
9/1/1915 2294 students attended the twelve week summer session.
143 The General Assembly
College Eye 4:27, p.3
4/22/1915 Manual training may possibly be used for domestic science credit.
144 About one hundred and fifty
College Eye 4:17, p.6
1/28/1915 Signed up to take county examinations.
145 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:14, p.3
1/7/1915 State Board of Examiners report on certification and accreditation printed in full.
146 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:11, p.3
12/3/1914 Makes important education related announcements, including items from off campus; news of the recent ISTA convention and election.
147 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:9, p.3
11/5/1914 Notes recent important meetings on campus; faculty on new committees are listed.
148 True Blue Club notes
College Eye 3:29, p.481
5/7/1914 Will explain rural school certificate.
149 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 3:25, p.417
4/9/1914 Education news from around the country; many Iowa teachers do not renew their certification.
150 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 3:17, p.286
1/29/1914 Study Center schedule; summary of teaching certificates issued; ISTC students will be granted certificate for two year rural education course of study.


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