Annual Report of the Department of Education, Volum 83

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Side 14 - collect information of the actual condition and efficiency of the Common Schools, and other means of popular education ; and to diffuse as widely as possible, throughout every part of the Commonwealth, information of the most approved and successful methods of arranging the studies, and conducting the education of the young...
Side 14 - His Excellency the Governor with the advice and consent of the Council, is hereby authorized to appoint eight persons, who together with the governor and lieutenant governor ex officiis, shall constitute and be denominated the Board of Education...
Side 14 - The Board of Education shall prepare and lay before the Legislature, in a printed form, on or before the second Wednesday of January, annually, an abstract of the school returns received by the secretary of the Commonwealth, and the said Board of Education may appoint their own secretary, who shall receive a reasonable compensation for his services, not exceeding one thousand dollars per annum, and who shall, under the direction of the Board, collect information of the actual condition and efficiency...
Side 160 - In all superintendency unions in which any part of the expense of the superintendent is borne by the commonwealth the state board of education shall determine, by examination or otherwise, the qualifications of candidates for the position of superintendent of public schools; and, after the first day of January in the year nineteen hundred and five, no person shall be elected to such position who does not hold a certificate of fitness and competency from said board: provided...
Side 14 - It was directed by statute, as set forth in its first report, " to prepare and lay before the legislature in a printed form on or before the second Wednesday in January, annually, an abstract of the school returns...
Side 41 - ... window. 3. The window should extend to the ceiling, only leaving enough room for the casing between the opening and the ceiling. 4. The windows should be grouped. 5. Light is better from both sides than from one side and the back. The light at the back...
Side 72 - The school is the largest social unit realized by a child ; then the home and play group. Meeting these needs teaches the necessity of social service, and develops a love for such service. 3. Very fine workmanship ought not to be expected, and therefore should not be insisted upon, but the article when completed must adequately meet the need in response to which it is made. It must "work.
Side 70 - ... schools. Summer Schools. — Hyannis maintains a five-week summer school at which are offered courses in the theory and practice of education, in the teaching of various elementary and high school subjects, and in school supervision. This work may be counted toward the diploma of the normal school. Fitchburg maintains a summer session for students desiring to take a part of their regular work during the summer. The practical arts department is in session forty-eight weeks, thus enabling men to...
Side 92 - Albany, the Boston & Maine and the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroads have been introduced during the year.
Side 120 - LANGUAGE. Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose by making it impossible to put its provisions in force at the beginning of the next school year; therefore, it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.

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