Annual Report, Issues 34-45 (Google eBook)

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Page 7 - ... has been otherwise instructed for a like period of time in the branches of learning required by law to be taught in the public schools, or if he has already acquired such branches of learning, or if his physical or mental condition is such as to render such attendance inexpedient or impracticable.
Page 99 - September. School work begins on the following morning. There are forty weeks in the school year, with a summer vacation of twelve weeks. At the Holidays there is a recess of a few days which the pupils may spend at home. See Calendar. All applications for admission for the succeeding year should be made before the end of June. A small sum of money, not less than five dollars, should be deposited with the Principal at the beginning of the year in September and an equal amount at the middle of the...
Page 102 - ... may, at the expense of the commonwealth, make such provision for the care and education of children who are both deaf and blind as he may deem expedient.
Page 8 - No distinction shall be made on account of the wealth or poverty of such children or their parents. No such pupil shall be withdrawn from such institutions or schools except with the consent of the authorities thereof or .of the governor; and the expenses of the instruction and support of such pupils in such institutions or schools, including their necessary travelling expenses, whether daily or otherwise, shall be paid by the commonwealth; but the parents or guardians of such children may pay the...
Page 18 - Be it enacted, etc., as follows: SECTION 1. The name of the corporation now known as the Clarke Institution for Deaf Mutes in the City of Northampton is hereby changed to the Clarke School for the Deaf.
Page 44 - SECTION 19. The governor may, upon the request of the parents or guardians and with the approval of the board, send such deaf persons as he considers proper subjects for education, for a term not exceeding ten years...
Page 121 - ... like request and with like approval he may continue for a longer term the instruction of meritorious pupils recommended by the principal or other chief officer of the school of which they are members, to the American School, at Hartford, for the deaf, in the State of Connecticut, to the Clarke School...
Page 8 - ... provided, however, that no physical or mental condition which is capable of correction, or which renders the child a fit subject for special instruction at public charge in institutions other than the public day schools, shall avail as a...
Page 29 - All devices, bequests, conveyances and gifts heretofore or hereafter made to said corporation by either of said names, shall vest in the corporation of the Clarke School for the Deaf. SECTION 3. This act shall take effect on its passage.
Page 98 - The same is true of other New England States not having schools for the deaf. In Vermont and New Hampshire application should be made to the Governor of the State. Pupils are seldom admitted under five years of age and more frequently at six or seven. There is no fixed limit to the length of time for which a pupil may be retained. The Massachusetts Board of Education issues a warrant in behalf of a child to cover its support for a term of ten years, but in the case of promising pupils this term may...

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