Report Volume 57

Report Volume 57

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...for the year 1914-1915; to five years for the year 1915-1916; and thereafter the teachers' course will be abolished. Students are admitted in September only. Students who have fulfilled the requirements of the several courses are granted the diploma of the school. Commencement and Close of Sessions. Plymouth. 1910-1911. September 27. Opening of First Term. December 23 to January 3. Christmas Vacation. February 3. End of First Term. February 7. Opening of Second Term. March 30 to April 11. Spring Vacation. June 14. Commencement. 1911-1912. September 12. Opening of First Term. December 16 to January 2. Christmas Vacation. January 27. End of First Term. January 30. Opening of Second Term. March 30 to April 14. Spring Vacation. June 12. Commencement. July 9 to August 31. Summer Term. Keene. 1910-1911. September 27. Opening of Fall Term. December 16. End of Fall Term. January 3. Opening of Winter Term. March 25. End of Winter Term. April 4. Opening of Spring Term. June 23. Commencement. 1911-1912. September 19. Opening of First Term. December 15 to January 2. Christmas Vacation. February 13. Opening of Second Term. April 2-16. Spring Vacation. June 20. Commencement. CHAPTER XI. State Aid. The history of state school aid distributed to the smaller and less wealthy towns of the state goes back to the legislative session of 1899, when the agitation for what had been known as equalization of school privileges culminated in legislative enactment. The process of equalizing the school privileges of the state has continued without essential interruption from that day till this. The total appropriation for all purposes within the contemplation of the equalization policy was at first small, and for several years was entirely inadequate. The following...
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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236902637
  • 9781236902634