College News and Departmental Notes: Rural Education
by Departmental notes - 1917
The rural education group for the 1917 Summer Session celebrated their fellowship with one another by a trip to Coney Island on the fifth of August, this being the least rural of all possible adventures they could take. Miss Mabel Carney will next year be added to the teaching force in rural education. She brings to it an ample field experience, having served as a county school teacher in Illinois, teacher and extension worker in a state normal school, and state organizer of rural schools in Washington. She has also been for two years in charge of the high school system of training rural teachers in Minnesota. Miss Carney will offer three courses: one in Organization and Administration with Professor Strayer, one in Curriculum with Professor Bonser, and one in Training of Rural Teachers with Miss Lovsnes.
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