History U.S. History
Research the history of Splinter Village on the Teachers' College campus in Oswego, NY.
What was its purpose?
Was it successful?
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Oswego State University has seen many changes - some subtle, some dramatic, in the years since Edward Austin Sheldon founded the Oswego Primary Teachers Training School in 1861. At that time, a one year course of study prepared a student to take on the responsibility of his or her own classroom. Now, as the year 2020 approaches, OSU offers bachelor’s degrees and graduate degrees in education as well as in many additional subjects. The institution has been recognized as a teachers’ college since 1938, a State University of New York Teachers College since 1948, the State University of New York College of Education at Oswego since 1960, and finally became a State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences in 1962 (Ludwig)....
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