The General Education Board: An Account of Its Activities, 1902-1914

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Page 3 - That the object of the said corporation shall be the promotion of education within the United States of America, without distinction of race, sex, or creed.
Page 213 - ... elementary or primary schools, industrial schools, technical schools, normal schools, training schools for teachers, or schools of any grade, or for higher institutions of learning, or, in connection therewith, libraries, workshops, gardens, kitchens, or other educational accessories ; to establish, maintain, or endow, or aid others to establish, maintain, or endow, elementary or primary schools, industrial schools, technical schools, normal...
Page 215 - Columbia, provided that the meetings of the corporation, its officers, committees, and departments, may be held, and that its business may be transacted, and an office or offices may be maintained, elsewhere, within the United States, as may be determined by the Board of Directors, or otherwise in accordance with the By-Laws.
Page 87 - It can fairly be said that in framing and putting through this legislation, the high-school representatives supported by the General Education Board have in every instance taken a leading part. They would, however, be the first to refuse any undue credit. The organizations already mentioned — the Peabody Board, the Southern Education Board, and the Conference for Education in the South...
Page 213 - That the said corporation shall further have power to have and to use a common seal and to alter and change the same at its pleasure ; to sue or to be sued in any court of the United States, or other court of competent jurisdiction...
Page 214 - ... individual, association, institution, or corporation shall be made when the number of members is less than nine; that all the members of the corporation shall be its trustees; that no member of the said corporation shall, by reason of such membership or his trusteeship, be personally liable for any of its debts or obligations; that each member of the corporation shall hold his membership for a term of three years and until his successor shall be chosen...
Page 78 - The General Assembly shall not have power to delegate to any county the right to levy a tax for any purpose, except for educational purposes in instructing children in the elementary branches of an English education only...
Page 213 - ... corporations engaged in educational work within the United States of America, or to donate to any such association or corporation any property or moneys which shall at any time be held by the said corporation hereby constituted ; to collect educational statistics and information, and to publish and distribute documents and reports containing the same, and in general to do and perform all things necessary or convenient for the promotion of the object of the corporation.
Page 215 - Columbia which shall be used by the corporation for the educational or other purposes of the corporation as aforesaid other than the purposes of producing income and all personal property and funds of the corporation held, used, or invested for educational purposes...
Page 215 - States, a report in writing, stating in detail the property, real and personal, held by the corporation, and the expenditure or other use or disposition of the same, or the income thereof, during the preceding year.

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