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Página 80 - AD 1841 ; and all estates of deceased persons who may have died without leaving a will, or heir, and also such...
Página 80 - The board of regents shall have the general supervision of the university, and the direction and control of all expenditures from the university interest fund.
Página 24 - States where the organization of the schools is based upon the division of the territory into school districts, to provide but one school for as many children of both sexes, and of all ages from four to sixteen years, as can be gathered in from certain territorial limits, into one apartment, under one teacher; a female teacher in summer, and a male teacher in winter. The disadvantages of this practice, both to pupils and teachers, are great and manifold. f " There is a large amount of physical suffering...
Página 223 - ... or one of them, or under their direction, if he shall n.ot concur, shall contract with and hire qualified teachers for and in the name of the district, which contract shall be in writing and shall have the consent of the moderator and...
Página 25 - ... exercises of the school, in administering its discipline, in adapting moral instruction to individual scholars, and superintending the operations of each class-room, so as to secure the harmonious action and progress of every department. The talents and tact required for these and similar duties, are more rarely found than the skill and attainments required to teach successfully a particular study. When found, the influence of such a principal, possessing in a high degree, the executive talent...
Página 10 - ... disturber, and which now makes sanguinary war upon the Union and the Constitution, is precisely what they will never submit to tamely. The loyal States having furnished adequate means, both of men and money, to crush the rebellion, have a right to expect those men to be used with the utmost vigor to accomplish the object, and that without any mawkish sympathy for the interest of traitors in arms. Upon those who caused the war, and now maintain it, its chief burdens ought to fall. No property...
Página 3 - And be it further enacted, That the said direct tax laid by this act shall be assessed and laid on the value of all lands and lots of ground, with their improvements and dwelling-houses...
Página 11 - Plans for the management of all educational funds, and for the better organization of the educational system, if, in his opinion, the same be required; Fourth, The...
Página 223 - ... showing : First, The whole number of children belonging to the district between the ages of five and twenty years, according to the census taken as aforesaid...
Página 24 - Among these conditions of success in the operation of a system of public schools, is such a classification of the scholars as shall bring a larger number of similar age and attainments, at all times, and in every stage of their advancement, under teachers of the right qualifications, and shall enable these teachers to act upon numbers at once, for years in succession, and carry them all forward effectually together, in a regular course of instruction.

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