A Study of Rural School Conditions in Ohio: Legislative History, the One-room School, Supervision, Centralization and Consolidation, Community Activities and Extension Work, the Rural High School, the County Normal School
F. J. Heer printing Company, 1920 - 175 Seiten
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Seite 45 - The Legislature shall have the right, at any time by law, to submit to the people the question of calling a convention to alter, reform or abolish this Constitution, and when upon such submission, a majority of all the votes cast shall be in favor of said proposition, then delegates shall be chosen, and the convention shall assemble in such mode and manner as shall be prescribed.
Seite 118 - The average farmer and rural teacher," says TJ Coates, "think of the rural school as a little equipment where a little teacher, at a little salary, for a little while, teaches little children little things." The object of the home and school department of the^ community center is to substitute the word "big" for the word "little" in the above statement, to magnify the work and function of the school, to make it worthy to occupy a larger place in the people's thought and affection.
Seite 7 - IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused the Great Seal of the State of Ohio to be affixed at Columbus...
Seite 118 - ... cranks." It aims to promote public-mindedness. The schoolhouse used as a neighborhood club renders therefore an invaluable public service. It seeks to create the neighborly spirit essential for concerted action. The means employed are various — games, folk dances, dramas, chorus singing — which require the subordination of self to cooperative effort, dinner parties, where the people break bread in celebration of their communion with each other as neighbors. These activities not only render...
Seite 84 - Know all men by these presents, that we JP, AB, and CD, are held and firmly bound unto the state of Washington, in the sum of five hundred dollars, for the payment of which we jointly and severally bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators.
Seite 117 - The post office, corner store, and saloon are passing as social centers, but they must be replaced with something better if they are not to be replaced with something worse. For only he can destroy who can replace. The public school therefore stands before an open door of opportunity to become a neighborhood club, where the people can meet on terms which preserve their self-respect.
Seite 84 - These articles of agreement, made and entered into this * day of ,
Seite 86 - Should any pupil persist in violating any of these rules, it shall be the duty of the driver to notify the principal and after due warning has been given to the pupil, the driver shall then forbid such disobedient pupil the privilege of riding his bus until permission to ride again has been given by the Board of Education.
Seite 5 - Provision shall be made by law for the organization, administration and control of the public school system of the state supported by public funds...
Seite 45 - A township board of education may submit the question of centralization, and upon the petition of not less than one-fourth of the qualified electors of such township district must submit such question to a vote of the qualified electors of such township district, and if more votes are cast in favor of centralization than against it...