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NEW YOrk Bllotill

Entered as second-class matter August 2, 1913, at the Post Office at Albany,
Y., under the act of August 24, 1912. Acceptance for mailing at

special rate of postage provided for in section 1103, act of ! October 3, 1917, authorized July 19, 1918

Published Fortnightly

No. 759 ALBANY, N. Y. June 1, 1922

EDUCATION LAW

AS AMENDED TO JULY 1, 1922

CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO
EDUCATION

Constitution, art. 9

§ 1 Common schools. The Legislature shall provide for the maintenance and support of a system of free common schools, wherein all the children of this State may be educated. § 2 Higher education. The corporation created in the year 1784, under the name of the Regents of The University of the State of New York, is hereby continued under the name of the University of the State of New York. It shall be governed and its corporate powers, which may be increased, modified or diminished by the Legislature, shall be exercised, by not less than nine Regents. § 3 Educational funds. The capital of the common school fund, the capital of the literature fund, and the capital of the United States deposit fund, shall be respectively preserved inviolate, The revenue of the said common school fund shall be applied to the support of common schools; the revenue of the said literature fund shall be applied to the support of academies; and the sum of $25,000 of the revenues of the United States deposit fund shall each year be appropriated to and made part of the capital of the Said common school fund. § 4 Restrictions of subsidies. Neither the State nor any subdivision thereof, shall use its property or credit or any public money, or authorize or permit either to be used, directly or indirectly, in aid or maintenance, other than for examination or inspection, of any school or institution of learning wholly or in part under the control or direction of any religious denomination, or in which any denominational tenet or doctrine is taught.

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[Note: – In compiling this edition, the text of such articles of the Education Law as do not relate to the administration of the public schools generally, has been omitted.]

L. 1910, CHAP. 140 – An act to amend the Education Law, generally

[In effect April 22, 1910]

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1, Chapter 21 of the Laws of 1909, entitled “An act relating. to education, constituting chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws”, is hereby amended to read as follows:

CHAPTER 16 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS
EDUCATION LAW

Article 1 Short title and definitions (§§ 1, 2)
2 Education Department (§§ 20–27)
3 University of the State of New York (§§ 40–79)
4 Commissioner of Education (§§ 90–99)
5 School districts (§§120–54)
6 School neighborhoods (§§ 170–72)

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8 School district officers; general provisions (§§ 220–36)

9 District clerk, treasurer, collector (§§ 250–57)
10 Trustees (§§ 270–85)
11 Boards of education (§§ 300–28)
12 Town clerks (§§ 340, 341)
13 Supervisors (§§ 360–66)
14 District superintendent of schools; his election, powers and

duties (§§ 380–98)

15 Assessment and collection of taxes (§§ 410–40)
16 School buildings and sites (§§ 450–67)
17 School district bonds (§ 480)
18 School moneys (§§ 490–502)
19 Trust for schools; gospel and school lots (§§ 520–28)
20 Teachers and pupils (§§ 550–68)

20-A Medical inspection (§§ 570–77)
20-B Children with retarded mental development (§§ 578–79)

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Article 22 General industrial schools, unit trade and technical schools, part-

time or continuation schools, practical arts or homemaking

schools, and schools of agriculture, mechanic arts and home-

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22-A Farm school in counties (§§ 610–19–b) .

23 Compulsory education (§§ 620–38)

24 School census (§§ 650–54)

25 Textbooks (§§ 670–74)

26 Physiology and hygiene (§§ 690, 691)

26-A Discipline and physical training (§§ 695–98)

26-B Instruction in the humane treatment of animals and birds

(§ 700)

26-C Instruction in patriotism and citizenship (§§ 705, 706)

27 The flag (§§ 710–13) -

28 Fire drills (§§ 730–33)

29 Arbor Day (§§750–52)

30 Teachers institute (§§ 770–76)

31 Training classes (§§ 790–94)

32 Normal schools; state normal college (§§ 810–35)

33 Fines; penalties; forfeitures and costs (§§ 850–62)

33-A Board of education in the several cities of the State (§§ 865–81)

33-B Salaries of the members of the supervising and teaching staff in

city schools (§§ 882–89)

34 Appeals or petitions to Commissioner of Education (§§ 890–92)

35 Orphan schools (§§ 900–2)

36 Schools for colored children (§§ 920–22)

37 Indian schools (§§ 940–54)

38 Instruction of deaf mutes and of the blind (§§ 970–80)

39 New York State School for the Blind (§§ 990–1011)

39-A Physically defective children (§ 1020)

40 Cornell University (§§ 1030–39)

40-A Agricultural schools (§§ 1040, 1041)

41 State School of Agriculture at Saint Lawrence University

(§§ 1050–53)

41-A State School of Agriculture and Domestic Science at Delhi

(§§ 1055–60)

42 State School of Agriculture at Alfred University (§§ 1070–72)

42-A State School of Agriculture at Cobleskill (§§ 1075–78)

43 State School of Agriculture at Morrisville (§§ 1090–94)

43-A Retirement fund for teachers in state institutions (§§ 1095–99-a)

43-B State teachers retirement fund for public school teachers

(§§ 1100–9-p)

44 Libraries (§§ 1110–41)

45 Court libraries (§§1160–84-a)

45-A State Institute of Applied Agriculture on Long Island (§§ 1185–

89)

46 Divisions of History and Public Records (§§ 1190–99)

46 The New York-American Veterinary College (§§ 1190–93)

47 Rehabilitation (§§ 1200–10)

48 Laws repealed; saving clause; when to take effect (§§ 1250–52)

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