The Opportunity Schools of South Carolina Study - Accession 1001 - M442 (493)
Accession 1001 - M442 (493)
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Scope and Content Note
A study conducted by the State Department of Education of South Carolina and written by William S. Gray, Wil Lou Gray and J.W. Tilton that investigated the progress of adults of limited education when favorable conditions for learning are provided and the limitations of the instruction. The Opportunity Schools’ purpose was to provide an opportunity for illiterate or near-illiterate adults to secure instruction in a favorable atmosphere. It began in South Carolina in 1921.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "The Opportunity Schools of South Carolina Study - Accession 1001 - M442 (493)". Finding Aid 660.
LC Subject Headings
Adult education; Education--South Carolina; Evening and continuation schools--South Carolina; Literacy--South Carolina