Model classroom, Farmington State Normal School, 1870s
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In the beginning, the Model School at Farmington State Normal School housed only three grades.
The purpose of the Model School was to serve as a training school for students of the Normal School and provided practical experience in a classroom prior to their entering the teaching profession.
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