Laws Relative to Public Instruction in the City of New York

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Page 38 - Upon the amount of the debts of the said society being so certified and filed, it shall be lawful for the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New- York, and...
Page 11 - ... shall be signed by the president and clerk of the board of education and...
Page 1 - An Act to Amend, Consolidate, and Reduce to One Act the Various Acts Relative to the Common Schools of the City of New York...
Page 5 - And any school office to which any person, who shall omit to take the said oath within the time and in the manner above prescribed, may have been elected or appointed in said city, shall be considered as vacant from and after the expiration of said fifteen days, and the vacancy shall thereupon be filled in the manner in which other vacancies in school offices are filled. The Board of Education shall be judges of the election or appointment and qualification of its members. Every School Officer shall,...
Page 11 - ... report, together with the books such student shall have studied, in whole or in part, and if in part, what portion...
Page 21 - ... and advisable ; and to transmit to the respective Boards of Ward Trustees copies of so much of such reports as relates to schools under their management. 2. Under such general rules and regulations as the Board of Education...
Page 25 - ... in which the religious doctrines or tenets of any particular Christian or other religious sect shall be taught, inculcated, or practiced, or in which any book or books containing compositions favorable or prejudicial to the particular doctrines or tenets of any particular Christian or other religious sect shall be used...
Page 33 - ... color of their offices, or for any refusal or omission to perform any duty enjoined by law, and which might have been the subject of an appeal to the superintendent, no costs shall be allowed to the plaintiff, in cases where the court shall certify that it appeared on the trial that the defendants acted in good faith. But this provision shall not extend to suits for penalties, nor to suits or proceedings to enforce the decisions of the superintendent.
Page 35 - Act authorizing the Board of Education of the city of New York to establish Evening Schools for the Education of Apprentices and others, passed March 25th, 1848 ; and an Act authorizing the Board of Education of the city and county of New York...
Page 6 - Trustees of any ward to use or employ such workmen or materials, for any purpose whatever. 3. On the nomination of the school officers of any ward to fill vacancies in school offices which may occur in such ward between the general elections, and upon the presentation of a majority of the school officers of any -ward, to remove any Inspector of Common Schools for such ward, who shall be proven to the satisfaction of the Board of Education to have...

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