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RG 44

Queen's-Trent Concurrent Teacher Education Program

Extent: 5 cm

Access: Restricted.

Introduction

The Queen’s-Trent Concurrent Teacher Education program is co-sponsored by Trent University and the Faculty of Education at Queen’s University. In 1974, Trent and Queen’s agreed to undertake a joint program in Teacher Training Education combined with an undergraduate Arts and Science education. The program is designed for students wishing to teach at either the elementary or secondary school level.
Box 1

Folder

1: Correspondence, minutes, etc. relating to the Trent-Queen’s Teacher Education agreement, 1976-1979 (Note: this folder was received from Prof. Ray March on December 13, 1982)