Elementary and Middle-class Instruction in the Netherlands: And Their Development in Accordance with the Laws of 13th August 1857 (elementary Instruction) and 2d May 1863 (middle-class Instruction). Published by the Royal Commission of the Netherlands

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A. W. Sythoff, 1876 - Education - 240 pages
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Page xiii - School-Board shall carefully inspect all schools in the Communes where Elementary Instruction is given. They shall visit them at least twice a year, either collectively or by a Deputation from their body. They shall see that the regulations concerning Elementary Instruction are strictly observed. They shall keep a record of the teachers, of the number of pupils, and of the state of the instruction given. They shall send in to the Communal Council...
Page xvii - We, William, by the grace of God King of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange Nassau, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, &c.
Page vii - The school-money shall be the same for all children of the same class in any school. For two or more children of the same family, attending school at the same time, the rate of payment may be reduced. Art. 36. If, after inquiry by the States Deputies, and after the report thereon of the States of the province, We shall judge any commune to be too heavily charged by the expenditure requisite for suitable establishments of primary instruction, such portion thereof as shall continue to be charged upon...
Page v - Constitution of 1848 (art. 194) the position of the State with regard to Public Instruction was regulated as follows: ,,Public Instruction shall be an object of incessant care on the part of the Government.
Page xix - ... may be effected by the States Deputies. Suspension shall never exceed a term of three months, and the salary may continue to be paid, or be partially or entirely withheld during suspension. Those who are dismissed on account of scandalous conduct, or of propagation of doctrines inconsistent with morality, or tending to excite disobedience to the laws of the country, may be declared by the States Deputies to have lost their qualification to give instruction. The appointment and dismissal of apprentice...
Page xxvi - ... district school' inspector, and the common council delay or refuse to proceed thereto, such suspension or dismissal may be effected by the States Deputies. Suspension shall never exceed a term of three months, and the salary may continue to be paid, or be partially or entirely withheld during suspension. Those who are dismissed on account of scandalous conduct, or of propagation of doctrines inconsistent with morality, or tending to excite disobedience to the laws of the country, may be declared...
Page v - They are not allowed to carry on any business, to work at any trade, or to exercise any profession: this prohibition is applicable also to the members of the families of the head masters and assistant teachers, as far as relates to carrying on the prohibited occupation in their houses.
Page ix - ART. 44. Candidates for examination for the purpose of obtaining a certificate of capacity as assistant teachers of either sex, are required : — To read and write well. To have an adequate knowledge of analysis, of the rules of spelling, and of the elements of the Dutch language. To be able to express themselves with correctness and ease, as well orally as in writing. To know the principles of grammar. To know arithmetic, in whole numbers as well as in vulgar...
Page v - ... primary instruction. Those who have not received an honourable discharge, forfeit their right to a pension. Art. 27. The pension shall amount for each year's service to onesixtieth part of the...
Page ix - ART. 42. The time when the examinations are to take place, shall be made known to the public by advertisement. Any person desiring to present himself for examination, shall apply in due time to the school inspector of the district where he resides, or where, if a stranger, he intends to establish himself, with notice of the description of certificate which he requires.

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