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  1. In 1929, the demonstration school, then called University Elementary School (UES), began leasing property on Warner Avenue owned by Los Angeles City Schools. Children from the local neighborhood attended. The principal was Corinne A. Seeds, a visionary educator who was influenced by the teachings of John Dewey.

  2. Founded as a demonstration school for the Los Angeles branch of the California State Normal School in 1882, the school was previously known as University Elementary School (1929-1982) and Corinne A. Seeds University Elementary School (1982-2009).

  3. 22 de may. de 2013 · Corinne Seeds (1889-1969)was the principal of the Training School of the University of California, Southern Branch (1925). In 1929, the school was renamed the University Elementary School (UES), and in the late 1940s, the school moved to the UCLA campus with the first permanent UES buildings opening in 1950.

  4. 4 de jun. de 2013 · Corinne Seeds (1889-1969)was the principal of the Training School of the University of California, Southern Branch (1925). In 1929, the school was renamed the University Elementary School (UES), and in the late 1940s, the school moved to the UCLA campus with the first permanent UES buildings opening in 1950. She retired in 1957.

  5. Principal Corinne A. Seeds commissioned the sculpture in 1950 to represent the United Nations and her belief that schools should prepare children with the skills they need to make the world a better place.

  6. Description. Manuscript reports, correspondence, photographs, clippings, and related printed matter concerning the University Elementary School, University of California, Los Angeles. Background.