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Known as Scholastic Teacher since 2015. From the Scholastic blog (2015):
"In October 1891 a schoolmaster named Frederick A. Owen published The Normal Instructor in South Dansville, NY. Owen intended the publication to replicate the training programs found in teachers’ colleges (then called normal schools) in rural areas without access to them. It quickly grew into a vibrant idea exchange through which teachers shared their most effective lessons. The magazine changed editors, owners, and even names several times until Scholastic published its first issue in January 1990. That’s when it became simply Instructor."
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"Normal Instructor, Vol. 12" Whitworth University (1902). Normal Instructor, 1895-1926.