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Following up a lecture held last summer, Jared and Michael Blouch will present part two of a virtual lecture series on “Education in Lebanon County – 1700s to Present.”

The lecture will be held virtually using Zoom on Tuesday, May 10, at 7 p.m.

The Blouchs will delve into the educational history of the early 1900s, when one-room schoolhouses began to be consolidated, and work through to present-day, the era of larger school district campuses. Jared will highlight technological changes, while his father Michael will share his firsthand knowledge about school closures, construction, and other major events.

Read More: The one-room schoolhouses that once made up rural education in Lebanon County

A brief discussion will be held following the presentation. While the lecture is free to attend, donations are encouraged.

Register for the event here to gain access to the webinar link. More information about the event can be found on Facebook.

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