Special Statutes and Provisions of Charters Regulating School Systems in the Several Cities of New York State

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University of the state of New York, 1915 - 446 pages

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Page 47 - ... shall be appointed for one year, one for two years, one for three years, one for four years, and one for five years.
Page 343 - Each bid shall contain the name of every person interested in the same and shall be accompanied by a sufficient guarantee of some disinterested person, that if the bid be accepted, a contract will be entered into, and the performance of it properly secured.
Page 151 - The corporate authorities of any incorporated village or city in which any such union free school shall be established, shall have power, and it shall be their duty, to raise, from time to time, by tax, to be levied upon all the real and personal property in said city or village, as by law provided for the defraying of the expenses of its municipal government, such sum as the board of education established therein shall declare necessary for teachers' salaries and the ordinary contingent .expenses...
Page 25 - Treasurer, who shall hold his office for one year and until his successor shall be elected and qualified...
Page 208 - Act; but it shall not be competent for the said Board of Education to decide what version, if any, of the Holy Scriptures, without note or comment, shall be used in any of the schools : Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to violate the rights of conscience as secured by the Constitution of this State and of the United States.
Page 49 - ... course in, and graduated from a high school or academy having a course of study of not less than three years, approved by the...
Page 215 - ... mills on every dollar of assessed valuation of the real and personal estate in The City of New York, liable to taxation, inclusive of so much of the state school moneys apportioned by the superintendent of public instruction for the payment of teachers...
Page 62 - To have in all respects the superintendence, supervision and management of the common schools in said city, and from time to time to adopt, alter, modify and repeal, as they may deem expedient, rules and regulations for their organization, government and instruction, for the reception of pupils and their transfer from one school to another, and generally for the promotion of their good order, prosperity and public utility.
Page 254 - ... specific purposes for which such moneys have been expended; and such other information in relation to education in the said college and the measures of the board of trustees in the management thereof as the...
Page 223 - All such matters relating to his office, and all such plans and suggestions for the improvement of the schools and the advancement of public instruction in the state, as he shall deem expedient.

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