School Laws of Pennsylvania

School Laws of Pennsylvania

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: ... it. An act of the Legislature, however, fixing an election in a school house, is binding. 315. The use of school houses for District Institutes and other meetings of common school teachers, is legal and proper, for they directly benefit and tend to greatly improve the schools. 316. No persons have any right to interfere with the parties occupying c school house by permission of the proper board. If they do, they may ba treated as trespassers. 317. Directors can only givethe use of common school houses Jor subscription schools, to common school teachers with valid certificates. They are the trustees of the public property for educational purposes, and can only give the use of this property for such purposes to teachers recognized by the law; and they are bound to exercise a reasonable care over the schools thus held in the common school houses, but should charge no rent for them while thus used. 3 18. The teacher of the school during the preceding term should have the prtference, if he wish to open a subscription school; provided, however, that he then gave satisfaction to the board. SCHOOLS. Number to be established. CX1V. They shall establish a sufficient number of common schools for the education of every individual above theage of five and under twenty-one-'years, in their respective districts, who may apply for admission and instruction, either in person or by parent, guard.an or next friend. (a) 319. The number of schools to be established in any district is neither fixed by law, nor is there any other indication given of a rule by which it can be determined', except that in No. CXIV. There must be a "sufficient number for the education of every individual, between five and twenty-one years, who may apply for admission and...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236652428
  • 9781236652423