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ACTIVE MEMBERS Agricultural American Angeles annual ARTHUR Arts Assistant B.Sc Board of Directors Boston Brooklyn Brown Central Chairman CHARLES Chicago Church Cincinnati City Schools Clark Cleveland Coll College Columbia Univ Committee County Dean Denver Department Director District East EDWARD English FRANK Franklin GEORGE Grad Hall HARRY Harvard Univ Head HENRY High School Hill History Industrial Institute Instructor Iowa JAMES John JOSEPH Librarian Lincoln LL.B LL.D Louis M.Sc Madison Manhattan Manual Training MARY Mathematics meeting Michigan Music National Education Association Normal School North Ohio Park Ph.B Ph.D Philadelphia Pittsburg President Principal of High Principal of Public Professor Public Instruction PUBLIC LIBRARY Public Schools ROBERT Science Secretary SMITH South Superintendent of City Superintendent of Public Superintendent of Schools Supervisor Teacher in Public THOMAS Training School Treasurer Union University Vice-President WALTER Washington West WILLIAM Yale Univ York
Page 2 - SEC. 4. That all real property of the corporation within the District of Columbia, which shall be used by the corporation for the educational or other purposes of the corporation as aforesaid, other than the purposes of producing income, and all personal property and funds of the corporation held, used, or invested for educational purposes aforesaid, or to produce income to be used for such purposes, shall be exempt from taxation; * Deceased,.
Page 2 - William H. Elson, of Michigan; *William F. Phelps, Irwin Shepard, John A. Cranston, of Minnesota; Robert B. Fulton, of Mississippi; F. Louis Soldan, James M. Greenwood, William J. Hawkins, of Missouri; Oscar J. Craig, of Montana; George L. Towne, of Nebraska; Joseph E. Stubbs, of Nevada; James E. Klock, of New Hampshire; James M. Green, John Enright, of New Jersey; Charles M. Light, of New Mexico; James H. Canfield, Nicholas Murray Butler, William H. Maxwell, Charles R. Skinner, *Albert P. Marble,...
Page 1 - Lane, Charles I. Parker, John W. Cook, Joshua Pike, Albert R. Taylor, Joseph A. Mercer, of Illinois; Nebraska Cropsey, Thomas A. Mott, of Indiana; John D. Benedict, of Indian Territory; John F. Riggs, Ashley V. Storm, of Iowa; John W. Spindler, Jasper N. Wilkinson, AV Jewett, Luther D. Whittemore, of Kansas; William Henry Bartholomew, of Kentucky; Warren Easton, of Louisiana; *John S. Locke, of Maine; M. Bates Stephens, of Maryland; Charles W. Eliot, *Mary H. Hunt, Henry T. Bailey, of Massachusetts;...
Page 35 - Local taxation, supplemented by state taxation, presents the best means for the support of the public schools, and for securing that deep interest in them which is necessary to their greatest efficiency. State aid should be granted only as supplementary to local taxation, and not as a substitute for it.
Page 7 - The absence of a member from two consecutive annual meetings of the Council shall be considered equivalent to resignation of membership, and the Council shall fill vacancies caused. by absence from the Council as herein defined, as well as vacancies caused by death or resignation, for the uuexpired term.
Page 4 - Act and adopt bylaws, to elect officers to succeed those whose terms have expired or are about to expire, and generally to organize the "National Education Association of the United States...
Page 4 - Committee, and shall fix the compensation and the 'term of his office for a period not to exceed four years.
Page 36 - Association wishes to record its approval of the increasing appreciation among educators of the fact that the building of character is the real aim of the schools and the ultimate reason for the expenditure of millions for their maintenance.
Page 1 - To elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States.