17 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
elude a course in Domestic Science and Arts. It also affords an adequate preparation for college courses in Engineering and General Science.
(2) A four year Kindergarten course, except the professional subjects of the third and fourth year.
(3) A five year Normal course leading to a degree in connection with the regular University Courses, as provided by law.
For further information, consult the catalogue of the University of Utah.
Extract from an act passed by the State Legislature, in 1897: -
"Teachers for said schools (Kindergarten), unless holding a certificate of efficiency in Kindergarten work granted by the State Normal School, shall be required to sustain a special examination relating to the principles and practice of the Kindergarten, such examination to be conducted under the direction of the State Board of Education."
The Kindergarten law of 1903 requires each school district, having a population of 2,000 and upwards, to maintain at least one Kindergarten. The law becomes compulsory after four years.
FOUR YEAR NORMAL COURSE.
The graduate from this course receives a certificate. See prescribed course on succeeding pages.
The following provisions are made by State Law: "Graduates in the Normal course shall receive a certificate which, for a term of five years thereafter, shall be sufficient evidence of the bolder, without examination as to scholarship, to teach in the common schools in the grade or grades mentioned in the certificate; and the University may provide for granting a degree with an accompanying Normal diploma to graduates in the Normal course who have satisfactorily taken a course of studies prescribed and leading to a degree; and the degree with accompanying Normal diploma shall be sufficient evidence of the holder to thereafter teach in the common schools, without examination as to scholarship."