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Question 1: In ________, free primary education was mandated in 1831, prompting the establishment of many single-teacher National Schools across rural areas, most initially using a room in an existing building.
WalesNorthern IrelandIrish peopleIreland

Question 2: Most one-room schools had been replaced by larger schools by ________ except in the most rural areas.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 3: ________ in one-room schools were often former students themselves.
CollegeUnited StatesTeacherEducation

Question 4: Their role is well-described by a student from ________ in the 1940s: "The teachers that taught in the one room, rural schools were very special people.

Question 5: ________, the Pulitzer-prize-winning writer, who attended a one-room schoolhouse in upstate New York
William FaulknerNorman MailerD. H. LawrenceJoyce Carol Oates

Question 6: However, in some rural communities, including among the ________, one-room or two-room schools are still used, primarily for elementary education, with students graduating to local or regional middle and high schools.

Question 7: ________, the first American in space and one of only twelve astronauts to have walked on the moon, attended a one-room schoolhouse in East Derry, New Hampshire.
Pete ConradAlan ShepardJohn Young (astronaut)Neil Armstrong

Question 8: In ________, over 125 small one-room school houses have been turned into local museums.

Question 9: In more recent times, students rode ________.
Bicycle trailerBicycleRecumbent bicycleUnicycle

Question 10: In ________, Port Republic School Number 7 closed its doors in 1932 and sat unused for over 40 years.
Calvert County, MarylandPrince Frederick, MarylandSouthern MarylandSolomons, Maryland


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