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Página 190 - There is no extravagance more prejudicial to the growth of national wealth than that wasteful negligence which allows genius that happens to be born of lowly parentage to expend itself in lowly work.
Página 70 - ... is •vested with the same power, and authority over the management, supervision and control of such school and the teachers or instructors employed therein as such board or officer now has over the schools and teachers under their charge. Such boards of education or such officer shall also have full power and authority: 1. To employ competent teachers or instructors. 2. To provide proper courses of study. 3. To purchase or acquire sites and grounds and to purchase, acquire, lease or construct...
Página 69 - ... open to pupils who have completed the elementary school course or who have attained the age of fourteen years, and: 2.
Página 71 - The board of education of any city, and in a city not having a board of education the officer having the management and supervision of the public school system, may establish, acquire, conduct and maintain as a part of the public school system of such city the following: 1.
Página 9 - Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, and the American Institute of...
Página 41 - Essentially and intrinsically, the schools in which are educated and trained the children who are to become the rulers of the Commonwealth are matters of State, and not of local jurisdiction. In such matters the State is a unit and the legislature the source of power. The authority over schools and school affairs is not necessarily a distributive one to be exercised by local instrumentalities, but, on the contrary, it is a central power residing in the legislature of the State.
Página 64 - He snail exercise all the powers and be subject to all the duties now conferred or imposed by law on the secretary of the board of education.
Página 66 - Whenever any city or town or any district, as provided in the preceding section, shall appropriate money for the establishment and equipment and maintenance of independent schools for industrial training, the Commonwealth, in order to aid in the maintenance of such schools, shall pay annually from the treasury to such cities, towns, or districts a sum proportionate to the amount raised by local taxation...