Lesley University's online exhibits contain information about the history of Lesley and its past leaders
The Lesley School was founded by Edith Lesley in 1909 to train women
to become Kindergarten and Elementary School teachers and it has grown
substantially throughout its 100-year history to become a leading
University in the field of teacher preparation.
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There have been five presidents, spanning Lesley's unique history.
From its beginnings in 1909 as a kindergarten teacher training school to
its current status as a university of international prominence, Lesley
has grown, faced challenges, and evolved, guided by five leaders, who
strove for excellence and moved Lesley in new directions.
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