Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1909 - Education
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Page 1041 - ... is actively engaged in so doing, and making absence from school for a specified period a misdemeanor upon the part of the parent, punishable in the regular courts.
Page 749 - ... at Fairbanks. A law was also enacted designating the agricultural college and school of mines as the beneficiary of grants of land authorized by the act of Congress approved March 4. 1915, and of moneys for the benefit of State and Territorial colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts, authorized by acts of Congress approved August 30, 1890, and March 4, 1907 ; an act appropriating $100,000 for the defense of the Territory, to be expended under the direction of the governor; an act making an...
Page 384 - This was 69.61 per cent of the school population (5 to 18 years of age). The per cent of enrollment was less than in 1900, when it was 72.43 per cent of the school population. In 1890 it was 68.61 per cent; in 1880 the per cent was 65.50, and 61.45 in 1870. These comparisons are made by States in Table 4.
Page 1004 - Home for the Training in Speech of Deaf Children Before They Are of School Age.
Page 753 - Requires that all diplomas or degrees, whether literary or scientific, academic or professional, granted by the university, shall be recognized by the courts and other officials of Louisiana as entitling the holders to the same rights, immunities, and privileges as the diplomas or degrees of any other institution of learning. (Act No. 93, July 1, 1908.) Authorizes the board of supervisors to accept the offer of the board of trustees of the Carnegie Foundation to admit state universities to the benefits...
Page 786 - Two years of clinical work, largely in hospitals and dispensaries, with thorough, courses in internal medicine (including physical diagnosis, pediatrics, nervous and mental diseases), surgery (including surgical anatomy and operative surgery on the cadaver), obstetrics, gynecology, laryngology, rhinology, ophthalmology, otology, dermatology, hygiene, and medical jurisprudence. 12. At least 6 expert, thoroughly trained instructors in the laboratory branches, salaried so they may devote their entire...
Page 755 - The legislature shall provide for the teaching of the elements of agriculture, horticulture, stock feeding, and domestic science in the common schools of the State.
Page 1071 - Our forefathers expected miracles of prompt enlightenment; and we are seriously disappointed that popular education has not defended us against barbarian vices like drunkenness and gambling, against increase of crime and insanity, and against innumerable delusions, impostors, and follies.
Page 747 - STUDENTS. The total number of students in all departments of the institutions was 68,839 — an increase of 6,058 over the number for the preceding 737 year.
Page 755 - In 1878 the legislature passed "An act to reorganize and change the name of the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College and to repeal certain acts therein mentioned." The act provided that the institution should be thereafter designated as "The Ohio State University.

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