Report of the Governor of Arizona Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1906 - Arizona
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Page 25 - Territorial echool fund ; to proscribe a uniform series of text-books, and enforce their nee in the public schools : to prescribe and enforce a course of studies in the public schools, and adopt a list of books for school libraries ; to keep a record of its proceedings ; to grant and revoke educational diplomas (valid for six years) and life diplomas. Educational diplomas are granted only to persons who have held a first-grade Territorial or connty certificat...
Page 29 - ... valuations between the. several counties has no power to increase or diminish the valuations of certain kinds, classes, sub-classes or grades of property within any county. It must deal with the respective valuations as returned by the counties as entireties by making such changes in each county valuation as a whole as will relatively equalize the entire property values in the different counties. State ex rel. Wallace v. State Board, 18 Montana, 473; State ex rel.
Page 25 - He summarizes the statistics for the years 1894-95 and 1895-96, and shows a gratifying increase. He emphasizes the need of a course of study, and points out that the Territorial board was required to prescribe and enforce a course of studies in the public schools. As to the advisability of uniform courses of study, there can be no doubt Why each one of 47 different districts in Marlcopa County should have a different course of study there can be no good reason assigned.
Page 29 - The Territorial board of equalization may, for the purpose of adjusting and equalizing, increase the aggregate valuation of one county and decrease that of another, but it has no power to increase the aggregate valuation of property above the valuation returned by the boards of supervisors of the several counties.
Page 25 - The Board has power: First. To adopt rules and regulations governing the examination of applicants for Territorial certificates, and for the government of County School Superintendents in conducting the examination of such applicants for certificates.
Page 30 - Clark, at once applied to the supreme court of the Territory for a writ of mandamus to compel the local boards...
Page 29 - ... increase the aggregate valuation of property above the valuation returned by the boards of supervisors of the several counties. 2. The Territorial board of equalization, in equalizing and adjusting property valuations between the several counties, has no power to increase or decrease the valuations of certain kinds, classes, or grades of property within any county.
Page 5 - I have the honor to submit to you my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1906.

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