School Laws of Pennsylvania: With Appendix

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C.E. Aughinbaugh, Printer to the State of Pennsylvania, 1911 - Educational law and legislation
 

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Page 1 - An Act to establish a public school system in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, together with the provisions by which it shall be administered, and prescribing penalties for the violation thereof; providing revenue to establish and maintain the same, and the method of collecting such revenue ; and repealing all laws, general, special or local, or any parts thereof, that are or may be inconsistent therewith...
Page 155 - ... be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars or imprisonment for not more than- one year, or both, in the discretion of the court.
Page 145 - An act for the regulation and Continuance of a system of education by common schools...
Page 92 - Commissioners, to appoint by Writing under his Hand a fit Person to act as his Deputy in case of the Illness or unavoidable Absence...
Page 166 - Sunday school superintendents or other persons in charge of such schools, are hereby required to exclude any and all such children and persons from said schools, such exclusion to continue for a period of thirty days following the...
Page 38 - ... every such act shall be deemed and adjudged to be an embezzlement...
Page 86 - Include special reference to tuberculosis and its prevention, shall be introduced and studied as a regular branch by all pupils in all departments of the public schools of this Commonwealth and in all educational institutions supported wholly or In part by money from this Commonwealth.
Page 179 - Pennsylvania, or elsewhere, to appear for and to enter judgment against me for the above .sum, with or without declaration, with costs of suit, release of errors, without stay of execution...
Page 134 - ... in all of said cities, and providing for the incorporation and government of cities of the third class...
Page 167 - ... be permitted to attend any public, private, parochial, Sunday, or other school; and the teachers of public schools, and .the principals, superintendents, teachers, or other persons in charge of private, parochial, Sunday, or other similar schools, are hereby required to exclude any...

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