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Charles McLane c. 1918


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As Superintendent of Fresno City Schools, 1899-1914, Charles McLane established free kindergartens, a parent school, and extension classes with the University of California.  Eventually, school curriculums were extended to include physical education, agriculture, and industrial arts. Soon, the Central Valley also became home to the California's first junior college in 1940, which later became known as Fresno City College.