ARRANGEMENTS have been made for holding a Teachers' Institute in the town of
Deerfield, in the county of Franklin, to commence on Monday, the 12th of April,
at 10 o'clock A. M., and to continue until the afternoon of Saturday, of the
The following regulations are to be observed.
1. All applicants must present themselves punctually at the time specified for
2. The Institute is designed for those who are teachers in public schools in
Massachusetts, or who have a reasonable prospect of becoming such within a year
from the time when such Institute shall be held.
3. Each applicant must come provided with a Bible, pen, ink and paper, Dictionary,
and a blank book for taking notes.
The expense of instruction, lectures, room, lights, &c., is defrayed by
the commonwealth, and the supervision and government of the Institute are placed
by the Board of Education in the hands of its Secretary.
School committees and all the friends of common schools, are respectfully and
earnestly requested to render such aid as may seem to them proper and just,
to facilitate the attendance of the members of the Institute.
Secretary of the Board of Education.
Boston, March 2, 1852. 4w49