Amendments to the General School Laws at the Session of the Legislature, 1891

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R. Smith & Company, state printers, 1891 - Educational law and legislation - 19 pages
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Page 16 - April in each year elect from their own number a treasurer, who shall hold his office for one year and until his successor is elected and qualified...
Page 16 - ... take and subscribe the oath of office prescribed by the constitution of this state...
Page 10 - ... and who shall be found qualified in respect to good moral character, learning and ability to instruct and govern a school : but no certificate shall be granted to any person who shall not pass a satisfactory examination in orthography, reading, writing, grammar, geography, arithmetic, theory and art of teaching.
Page 16 - ... for the term of two years, and until their successors shall be elected and qualified, and...
Page 17 - SEC. 7. The said board shall be the board of school inspectors . for said district and shall, as such, report to the clerk of the county in which such township is located and shall have all the powers and perform all the duties now enjoyed and performed by boards of school inspectors; and the...
Page 18 - ... all necessary reports and transmitting the same to the proper officers, as designated by law, so that said city may be entitled to its proportion of the primary school fund; relative to visitation of schools; relative to the length of time schools shall be kept, which shall not be less than three months in each year; relative to the employment and examination of teachers, their powers and duties; relative to...
Page 13 - The necessary contingent expenses of the commissioner for printing, postage, stationery, record books and rent of rooms for public examinations shall be audited and allowed by the board of supervisors of the county...
Page 8 - University, a certificate, which shall serve as a legal certificate of qualification to teach in any of the schools of this State, when a copy thereof shall have been filed or recorded in the office of the legal examining officer or officers of the county, township, city or district.
Page 9 - Must be a graduate of the literary department of some reputable college, university or state normal school, having a course of at least three years...
Page 5 - When non-resident pupils, their parents or guardians, pay a school tax in said district, such pupils shall be admitted to the schools of the district, and the amount of such school tax shall be credited on their tuition a sum not to exceed the amount of such tuition, and they shall only be required to pay tuition for the difference therein.

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