Education, Primary -- Tennessee.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses elementary school textbooks on such subjects as spelling, math, english, and history.
Collection contains a single document created September 30, 1846, that lists the thirty-five students in School District No. 3 in Pulaski, Tennessee. The students range in age from five to eighteen.
This collection contains papers relating to schools in Jefferson County, Tennessee.
This collection houses a letter from H. S. Kennedy, writing from Silver Springs, Tennessee on May 5, 1873. Kennedy reports on the progress of setting up public schools in Wilson County, provides a list of local officials, and suggests reorganizing the school district.
This collection houses a 1917 Teachers' Register issued by the Tennessee State Superintendent of Public Instruction in Nashville. It was used in Roane County's Union Hill School and records students' attendance and grades.
This collection houses a Teacher's Register used in School 1, District 3 of the Tennessee public school system. The ledger is divided into columns documenting the names, ages, attendance, and academic performance of approximately 19 students between September of 1875 and January of 1876. The subjects taught include Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, U. S. History, and Elementary Geology of Tennessee.