Annual Report of the State Superintendent of The...

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Department of Public Instruction, 1869 - Education
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Page 28 - The number of children taught In each, and the number of children over the age of four and under the age of twenty years residing in each.
Page 211 - The proceeds of all lands that have been, or may hereafter be, granted by the United States to the State for the support of a university, shall be and remain a perpetual fund, to be called "The University Fund...
Page 37 - As before stated, free schools are established on the assumption that ' the property of the state shall educate the children of the state...
Page 26 - The said notice shall also direct such inhabitant to notify every qualified voter of such district, either personally or by leaving a written notice at his place of residence, of the time and place of said meeting, at least five days before the time appointed therefor...
Page 28 - In the town for school purposes since the date of the last preceding report, setting forth separately the amount received from the state through the county treasurer, the amount levied by the county board of supervisors, •nd the amount raised by the town at its annual meeting.
Page 137 - July, 1866. 1. Each Assembly district in the state shall be entitled to six representatives in the normal schools, and in case vacancies exist in the representation to which any Assembly district is entitled, such vacancies may be filled by the President and Secretary of the Board of Regents. 2. Candidates for admission shall be nominated by the...
Page 39 - This failure in the matter of the supervision of schools is the result of two causes ; first, the payment of inadequate salaries to county superintendents ; and, second, the election of incompetent persons to the office of superintendent. The second evil is, to some extent, an effect of the first. Men who are competent to hold the office cannot afford to take it for the meager compensation allowed in most counties. The county superintendent ought to be a well educated, experienced teacher, the equal...
Page 26 - Kansas, and in that name may sue and be sued, and be capable of contracting and being contracted with, and holding such real and personal estate as it may come into possession of by will or otherwise, or as is authorized to be purchased by the provisions of this act.
Page 133 - Resolved, That the thanks of this association are due, and are hereby tendered, to the Fire Department of the city of Detroit, for the.
Page 138 - State." 4. No person shall be entitled to a diploma who has not been a member of the School in which such diploma is granted at least one year, nor who is less than nineteen years of age...

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