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7 > Image 7 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 51, 1981

Part of Kentucky alumnus

1 - / -_ VIAI 4; _\ - _ _> I- L/ . ., ; l" E | = 5-, .. e- = ,;.2 l Q - ,__ . [_: ; i ___3 I _.n__n J _ _., ets ~ _: J _. ,"' . . E UH1VTS1ty school HIUIHHI / I`UIIIt IH LX1HgtOH ~l` g . I . `V ` 4 Ill Ml 1 xw '/Y l \ l "" * i. ih"'. I y { " . n 'l W i J Q { I . V ` A E _ ah l gtk xi I ,: . 1 \:l'l \| { , . 2 V ,3 ' ' i \ i ry] V / * I" . "ri ix if s' , if 5 . .i l: 'l / l l ` . 9 _ -, 4 _ V ln \ . l f I/I4 ., y [ / uy , ,7 j/\ _. .: ylj "l \ P ' I F il I . o' Ir i I . ,.;.-" ( I _ _ _? 4* Q niversity School was a grand I- experiment in education. E Teachers were collected " purposely from a number of colleges to represent diverse philosophies of education espoused in the 1920s. Those divergent views were J melded eventually into a program that ` continued for 44 years and yielded a significant number of high achievers. The training school, as it was called, was housed in the current - Taylor Education Building across Limestone Road from the UK Administration Building. What a building it was in l920l It was constructed with a $150,000 gift from the general education board of New York City and a $150,000 appropriation from the Kentucky Legislature. It was located on a 14 acre site that was donated by the city of Lexington. The city school board 2 s