Norman-Rockwell-Visits-a-Country-School

In the days before standardized tests, teachers had the freedom to tailor their curricula to encourage students to create, innovate, imagine, and think differently. “Norman Rockwell Visits a Country School” (November 2, 1946).
(© SEPS)

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Norman Rockwell visits a Country School

In the days before standardized tests, teachers had the freedom to tailor their curricula to encourage students to create, innovate, imagine, and think differently. “Norman Rockwell Visits a Country School” (November 2, 1946).
(© SEPS)

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  1. the school was actually a house owned by my great great uncle’s family,some of the kids in the picture share my last name bell

  2. The schoolhouse used for the painting is in Carroll County, Georgia. One of the boya in the painting is C.H.Gilley

  3. It is believed that my great grandma is in this painting. Does anyone know if the names of the children are made known? Thank you!

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