The Express Newspaper – May 18, 2017

The Express Newspaper September 15, 2016

Beyond the One Room Schoolhouse – By C. Kelley

New York State enacted the Union Free School law in 1853. Under this law, common schools could organize to create secondary schools for their students. Before that time, just a few students would have the opportunity to go beyond an elementary school education, in private schools located around the area. The 1840 U.S. Census had a column for “scholars”, presumably students in college.

Read the entire article in the Nov. 27th issue of the Express.

The Express Newspaper – November 27, 2014