ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED | JUNE 24, 1920 | THE FARMER'S ADVOCATE
NO; the school-teacher has not been of much account. In the rural districts she has, perhaps, been a leader, socially, but she has not been of very much account. If she had been, or, rather, if her office had been considered so, trustees would have “tumbled over themselves” trying, first to get the best woman available for the place, and then to give her a salary commensurate with the importance of the work she was expected to do.
Twenty years ago teachers in Ontario taught...
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