A History of Trinity College, Carmarthen, 1848-1998: 150 Years of Teacher Training in Wales
By: Russell Grigg (author)Paperback
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The history of Trinity College provides an important case study of the development of teacher training. It will appeal to those interested in teacher training, as well as the local general reader and people interested in Welsh education, as well as former students and friends of the college. The college was founded in 1848 by the Anglican Church and was highly disciplined. Social change after the Second World War began to affect the administration of Trinity College. In 1957, female students were admitted into the college for the first time. The College has also diversified in recent decades, for example offering BA courses, however its speciality remains teacher training. The book also examines the post-college experiences of many of its former students. it also considers the role of the college in the promotion of the Welsh language and religious education.
Russell Grigg is a Lecturer in History at Trinity College, Carmarthen. He lives in Pontyberem. He received his PhD from the University of Wales, Swansea.
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