Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1910-1911 Page: 12 of 25
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a month or two in school each winter. This course is arranged
for their benefit.
During this course you will be admitted to any of the regular
classes, and other classes will be arranged to suit your needs.
If you aim to attend this course, be sure to write us, and tell us
what studies you wish to take up.
If you want to remain longer than the eight weeks, we will
continue your classes.
PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT
In this department the foundation for an education is laid.
Very few teachers do satisfactory work in this department. We
employ none but the best teachers, and our work has given
TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
We put special stress on this course. The State grows
more exacting in its demands on the teacher, and rightly so.
Hence, you must have special preparation if you would pass the
examinations, and secure a certificate to teach. We give you the
necessary training. No student who remained with us an entire
session and took the full Teachers' Course ever failed to secure
a certificate. This shows the thoroughness of our work.
We have as near as we could conveniently do so arranged
the three years' work in our Teachers' Course with reference to
the three grades of certificates issued by the State.
Students completing this course are awarded Diplomas.
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