Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Wordless Wednesday: Old School Rules for Teachers

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday!

This is more of a Wordy Wednesday, but the words are all in the pictures!  I took these pictures in the old mining town of Bannack, Montana last summer.  I think we have come quite a ways since 1872 and 1912.



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What are your thoughts on these old school rules for teachers?

8 comments:

  1. I love the first 1912 rule 'You shall not marry'! It's really interesting though, how the 1912 rules have a lot more emphasis on women, showing how gendered the profession became! Love this post, it's really interesting! :)
    Juli @ Universe in Words

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    1. Julie Rahel ... I think it is really interesting too! I particularly enjoyed the comment about loitering in ice cream stores!!

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  2. If a woman is getting shaved in a barbershop, you have to wonder about them for sure.

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    1. Becca Lostinbooks ... LOL!!! This is true!!

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  3. Yes, we've definitely come a long way!

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    1. Belle Wong ... Right?!? I had to take pictures of this to remind myself of that!

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  4. OK, wow...this is fascinating. It's amazing how, in just a century, how dramatically things have changed!

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    1. writersideup.com ... Right?!? It makes me wonder where we will be in another century!

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