Digest of the Common School System of the State of New-York: Together With the Forms, Instructions, and Decisions of the Superintendent an Abstract of the Various Local Provisions Applicable to the Several Cities &C.; And Sketch of the Origin Progress, an
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IN submitting the following work to the inhabitants and officers of school districts, the various town 'and county officers charged with the local administration of the common school system in its several departments, and' the public generally, the compiler has oeen actuated by an earnest desire to diffuse as widely as possible, a more thorough and accurate knowledge of the history and details of that system than has hitherto appeared. Having been connected with the department of common schools for the past seven years, during which period three successive Superintendents have been in office, and the system has undergone numerous important modifica tions, the necessary materials for a complete digest of its various provisions, as well as for' the requisite adaptation of the numerous expositions, decisions, and instructions of the department, to the present state of the law, were probably more fully within his reach than that of any other individual.
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