The Evolution of Education Museum

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Evolution of Education Museum
Established 1963
Coordinates 53°10′44″N 105°45′32″W / 53.178793°N 105.759012°W / 53.178793; -105.759012Coordinates: 53°10′44″N 105°45′32″W / 53.178793°N 105.759012°W / 53.178793; -105.759012
Type Education Museum
Website Evolution of Education Museum

The Evolution of Education Museum is situated on Highway #2 South in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.

The school in which the museum is housed was built in 1920 and was finally closed in 1963. This school was originally located 20 miles northeast of Prince Albert, and is named after Clayton Smith who was a postmaster. The state of the school now is extremely close to how it was once decorated. It has desks, a library, and many artifacts from school days in early 20th century Saskatchewan.

The museum is operated by the Prince Albert Historical Society, and is open in the summer.

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The Museum is affiliated with: CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.

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