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Marcus Layfayette Little was a no frills 19th-century educator who believed teachers taught and students learned. He started schools in Gaston, Lincoln, and Catawba Counties, one of which became Gaston College.
Scholastic standards in North Carolina were best exemplified in Miss Mark's kindergarten class. It was not only highly regarded within the state but also nationally regarded as one of the best programs for youngsters. The article discusses specifics of the program's curriculum including an emphasis on the book and audio library as well as instruments for the children to express their creativity.