Azel Parkhurst Ladd (1811 – 1854) was an American educator from Wisconsin. Born in Haverhill, New Hampshire, Ladd studied medicine and taught school in Massachusetts. In 1842, he moved to Shullsburg, Wisconsin where he was involved with mining. He was elected the second Superintendent of Public Instruction of Wisconsin serving 1852-1854. He was also involved with the Wisconsin Historical Society. In 1851, Ladd called for "temporary normal schools" to provide for more teachers.

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  • Azel Parkhurst Ladd (1811 – 1854) was an American educator from Wisconsin. Born in Haverhill, New Hampshire, Ladd studied medicine and taught school in Massachusetts. In 1842, he moved to Shullsburg, Wisconsin where he was involved with mining. He was elected the second Superintendent of Public Instruction of Wisconsin serving 1852-1854. He was also involved with the Wisconsin Historical Society. In 1851, Ladd called for "temporary normal schools" to provide for more teachers. (en)
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  • Azel Parkhurst Ladd (1811 – 1854) was an American educator from Wisconsin. Born in Haverhill, New Hampshire, Ladd studied medicine and taught school in Massachusetts. In 1842, he moved to Shullsburg, Wisconsin where he was involved with mining. He was elected the second Superintendent of Public Instruction of Wisconsin serving 1852-1854. He was also involved with the Wisconsin Historical Society. In 1851, Ladd called for "temporary normal schools" to provide for more teachers. (en)
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