Digest and Compilation of the School Laws of the State of Florida, with the Forms, Regulations and Instructions of the Department of Education

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Printed at the Tallahasseean Book and Job Office, 1893 - Educational law and legislation - 87 pages
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Page 30 - Fourth. An annual report shall be made regarding the progress of each college, recording any improvements and experiments made, with their cost and results, and such other matters, including State industrial and economical statistics, as may be supposed useful...
Page 27 - ... in his possession, any such book, pamphlet, ballad, printed paper or other thing, either for the purpose of sale, exhibition, loan or circulation, or with intent to introduce the same into any family, school or place of education, shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail not more than one year, or by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Page 42 - Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment...
Page 11 - State in proportion to the number of children residing therein between the ages of four and twenty-one years.
Page 36 - ... public notice of the sale by advertising in some newspaper published in the county in which the work was done; or, if there be no newspaper published in the county, then by posting...
Page 18 - To examine at his visits of inspection, into the condition of the school, as respects the progress of the pupils in learning ; the order and discipline observed ; the system of instruction pursued ; the mode of keeping the school registers ; the average attendance of pupils ; the character and condition of the building and premises ; and to give such advice to the teachers, pupils and officers of the school as he may consider proper ; 3.
Page 67 - I), on a priva'te examination before me. she being separate and apart from her said husband, acknowledged that she executed the same freely and voluntarily, and without any compulsion, constraint, apprehension, or fear of or from her said husband.
Page 14 - ... fences, land and movable property, procuring proper apparatus for the schools, grading and classifying the pupils, and providing separate schools for the different classes in such a manner as will secure the largest attendance of pupils, promote the harmony and advancement of the school, and establishing, when required by the patrons, schools of higher grades of instruction where the advancement and number of the pupils require them.
Page 5 - And no law shall ever be enacted appropriating any part of the permanent or available school fund to any other purpose whatever; nor shall the same or any part thereof ever be appropriated to, or used for the support of, any sectarian school...
Page 3 - Fund, the interest of which shall be exclusively applied to the support and maintenance of public free schools, shall be derived from the following sources : The proceeds of all lands that have been or may hereafter be granted to the State by the United States for public...

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