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Korean Project: Improvement of Teacher Training

In the mid-1950s and early 1960s, the George Peabody College for Teachers - in cooperation with the International Cooperation Administration, the United States Mission to Korea, and Korea's Ministry of Education - sent American educators to Korea to work on programs to improve teacher education. The following reports cover Peabody College training endeavors in Korea and Korean exchange students who studied at Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee.

The following publications are in Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF) format. A free copy of the reader is available from the Adobe web site.

Korean Project Report 1958-1959 (6.82 MB)
Semi-annual report covering August 29, 1958 through February 28, 1959.

Korean Project Report 1959 (12.4 MB)
Semi-annual report covering March 1, 1959 through August 28, 1959.

Korean Project Report 1959-1960 (14.7 MB)
Semi-annual report covering August 29, 1958 through February 28, 1960.

Korean Project Report 1960 (12.1 MB)
Semi-annual report covering February 29, 1960 through August 28, 1960.

Korean Project Report 1960-1961 (17.2 MB)
Semi-annual report covering September 1, 1960 through February 28, 1961.

Korean Project Report 1961 (16.6 MB)
Semi-annual report covering March 1, 1961 through August 31, 1961.

Korean Project Report 1961-1962 (15.9 MB)
Semi-annual report covering September 1, 1961 through February 28, 1962.