Manual of the Board of Education of the City and County of New York (Google eBook)

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Board of Education, 1849 - School management and organization
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Page 18 - No member shall speak more than twice on the same question, without leave of the House, nor more than once, until every member choosing to speak shall have spoken.
Page 130 - No school shall be entitled to, or receive any portion of the school moneys, in which the religious doctrines or tenets of any particular Christian or other religious sect, shall be taught, inculcated or practiced, or in which any book or books, containing compositions favorable or prejudicial to the particular doctrines or tenets of any particular Christian or other religious sect, or which shall teach the doctrines or tenets of any other religious sect, or which shall refuse to permit the visits...
Page 113 - Act, as hereinafter provided ; and it shall be the duty of the Trustees, Inspectors and Commissioners of Schools in each ward, and of the Deputy Superintendent of Schools, from time to time, and as frequently as need be, to examine and ascertain, and report to the said Board of Education, whether any religious sectarian doctrine or tenet shall have been taught, inculcated, or practised in any of the Schools in their respective wards...
Page 117 - December next preceding, stating the whole number of schools within their jurisdiction, specially designating the schools for colored children ; the schools or societies from which reports shall have been made to the Board of Education, within the time limited for that purpose; the length of time such...
Page 104 - York, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum ; they shall elect one of their number president of said board, who shall preside at the meetings thereof, which shall be held at least as often as once in three months ; and they may appoint a clerk, whose compensation shall be fixed and paid by the supervisors of said city and county. The commissioners so elected in each ward shall be...
Page 166 - York at the time of their attendance on such schools, without charge, the preceding year ; and the average shall be ascertained by adding together, the number of such children present at each morning and afternoon session, of not less than three hours, and dividing the sum by four hundred and sixty...
Page 171 - An Act to extend to the city and county of New York, the provisions of the general act, in relation to Common Schools...
Page 121 - Whenever the Clerk of the city and county shall receive notice from the Superintendent of Common Schools, of the amount of moneys apportioned to the city and county of .New York, for the support and encouragement of Common Schools therein, he shall immediately lay the same before the Board of Supervisors of...
Page 131 - ... without note or comment, or any selections therefrom, from any of the schools provided for by this chapter; but it shall not be competent for the said board of education to decide what version, if any, of the holy scriptures, without note or comment...
Page 135 - ... direct an apportionment to be made to such school, according to the equitable circumstances of the case, to be paid out of the public money on hand, or if the same shall have been distributed out of the public money to be received in a succeeding year.

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