UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
American Association of Teacher’s Colleges, 1924-1953
Arrangement: Chronologically by Subject File Unit
Quantity: 1 box
Collection Summary: The River Falls State Teachers College joined the American Association of Teacher Colleges in 1924. The organization began nationwide accrediting in 1927, and continued in the role until superseded by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education in 1948.
The purpose of the American Association of Teachers Colleges was to make more effective the administration of teacher-training institutions and to disseminate information.
Included among the materials in the series are a 1929 inspection report of the River Falls State Normal School with related courses; annual reports from the school to the Accrediting Committee, 1930-1949; bulletins and correspondence, including AATC membership lists; and miscellaneous questionnaires including a variety of interesting materials, among them student cost, library and curriculum surveys.
See UWRF Series 14 (American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education-AACTE) for related materials.
|1/1||AATC, annual report to the accrediting committee, 1930-1939|
|1/2||AATC, annual report to the accrediting committee, 1940-1949|
|1/3||AATC, bulletins and correspondence, 1924-1942|
|1/4||AATC, bulletins and correspondence, 1943-1947|
|1/5||AATC, constitutions, by-laws, statement of standards, 1929-1932; 1936-1939; 1941; 1943; 1947|
|1/6||Inspection of River Falls STC, 1929, correspondence and report, 1929|
|1/7||AATC, miscellaneous questionnaires and reports, 1929-1944|
|1/8||AATC, miscellaneous questionnaires and reports, 1945-1953, n.d|
|1/9||AATC, miscellaneous studies, 1924-1946|