Schoolmasters

Some articles on schoolmasters, schoolmaster:

Freedom Of Religion In Belgium - Societal Abuses and Discrimination
... educational authorities imposed restrictions, and it was left to individual schoolmasters to decide which symbols would be tolerated ... Most schoolmasters in the country imposed a headscarf ban on both pupils and teachers ... Schoolmasters also refused to permit the use of religious objections against attendance of specific courses, notably including physical education classes ...
Union Of Women Teachers
... were outlawed, it merged with the National Association of Schoolmasters and the Scottish Schoolmasters' Association to form the National Association of ...
NASUWT - History
... name changed in 1920 to the National Association of Schoolmasters (NAS) and finally resulted in secession of the NAS from the NUT in 1922 ... The NAS aimed to recruit every schoolmaster into the NAS, to safeguard and promote the interests of male teachers, to ensure recognition of the social and economic responsibilities of male teachers ... the age of seven should be taught mainly by men and that schoolmasters should not serve under women heads ...
Hopkins School - History - The Fallow Years
... During this time the school had difficulty finding qualified schoolmasters, and the Fund often fell short in paying them ... Consequently, there was great turnover in Hopkins schoolmasters, some staying for no more than a year ... Parents were also displeased with schoolmasters who paid little attention to struggling students instead focusing only on the scholars ...
Jacques Talbot
... Talbot (12 November 1678 (bap) – January 2, 1756) minor cleric, schoolmaster b ... arrived in New France in 1716, went to become a schoolmaster at Montreal, probably replacing Antoine Forget ... New France Jacques Talbot probably prepared to become a schoolmaster by learning the methods of the founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, methods in ...