This Date in History

July 6, 1921: Unusual crowding in the vacation courses of the District schools was reported from virtually all the schools opened for the six weeks’ intensive work of the summer schools. School officials found the summer schools in 1921 handicapped due to insufficient funds to supply a larger staff of teachers to care for all pupils who wished to take the summer courses.Macfarland school

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