Release on | by New York (N.Y.). Superintendent of Schools
TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CITY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS NEW YORK , December 1 , 1910 . ... of the City Superintendent of Schools on the condition of the public schools of The City of New York during the year ending July 31 , 1910 .
Author: New York (N.Y.). Superintendent of Schools
Release on 1863 | by Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.). Superintendent of Schools
To the Honorable , the Board of Education : GENTLEMEN : I HAVE the pleasure herewith of presenting you my FOURTEENTH Annual Report of the Schools of the City , for the last School year , which ended on the 31st ult .
Author: Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.). Superintendent of Schools
Cleveland Public Schools. Thirty-Eighth Annual Report of the Board of Education for the School Year Ending August 31, 1874. Cleveland: Robison, Savage and Company, 1875. Coffman, L. D. Illinois School Survey: A Coöperative Investigation ...
Author: P. Ramsey
This history of one of the most contentious educational issues in America examines bilingual instruction in the United States from the common school era to the recent federal involvement in the 1960s and 1970s. Drawing from school reports, student narratives, legal resources, policy documents, and other primary sources, the work teases out the underlying agendas and patterns in bilingual schooling during much of America s history. The study demonstrates clearly how the broader context - the cultural, intellectual, religious, demographic, economic, and political forces - shaped the contours of dual-language instruction in America between the 1840s and 1960s. Ramsey s work fills a crucial void in the educational literature and addresses not only historians, linguists, and bilingual scholars, but also policymakers and practitioners in the field.
Release on 1874 | by Buffalo (N.Y.) Superintendent of Education
He urges that the free school system ought to be so complete that the entire youth of the city may begin and end their studies in the public schools . In 1844 , Mr. Elias S. Hawley said in his report , alluding to a Central High School ...
Author: Buffalo (N.Y.) Superintendent of Education
See Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Superintendent of Public Schools For the School Year Ending June 30, 1875 (San Francisco, CA: Spaulding and Barto, 1875), 90; and Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the Board of Education of the City ...
Author: William J. Reese
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Despite claims that written exams narrowed the curriculum, ruined children’s health, and turned teachers into automatons, once tests took root in American schools their legitimacy was never seriously challenged. William Reese puts today’s battles over standards and benchmarks into perspective by showcasing the history of the pencil-and-paper exam.
... the Public Schools of the City , and the Institutions connected with them , for the year ending 30th June , 1860 ; also , an Appendix , containing full reports of the Clerk , the Superintendent of Schools , and the Principals of the ...
Monthly Report of the City Superintendent of Schools 19. ... Annual Report of the Board of Education for the year ending 31st Dec. , 1857 , containing the Annual Reports of the City Superintendent and his Assistants , Messrs .
Release on 1880 | by Indiana. Department of Public Instruction
In most cases both the city or town and the township have an interest in the property . If the property is retained by the city or town the ... The county superintendents report progress of their schools for the year ending September ...
Release on 1893 | by New York (State). Department of Public Instruction
FINANCIAL . Receipts for the year ending July 25 , 1892 . From the State Superintendent From amount raised by tax on property . ... The results of the school work for the City SUPERINTENDENTS ' REPORTS - LONG ISLAND City . 565.
Author: New York (State). Department of Public Instruction
Release on 1890 | by New Jersey. State Board of Education
ATLANTIC CITY . L. C. ALBERTSON , SUPERINTENDENT . - in my To Hon . E. 0. Chapman , State Superintendent : SIR : -I herewith present my annual report of the public schools of Atlantic City , N. J. , for the year ending August 31st ...
Release on 1864 | by San Francisco (Calif.) EDUCATION, BOARD OF, AND SCHOOLS, SUP'T. OF.
Report to Fourth — To make a full report , in writing , annually , on or Superintendent before the first day of October , for the school year ending on the last day of August next previous thereto , to the Superintendent of Public ...
Author: San Francisco (Calif.) EDUCATION, BOARD OF, AND SCHOOLS, SUP'T. OF.
Release on 1881 | by New York (State). Superintendent of Common Schools
school and school department an average of two official visits per annum ; the time for holding examinations of applicants ... by the board of education in this city , during the year ending at the SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .
Author: New York (State). Superintendent of Common Schools
O. 379 : Pam Albany city , N. Y. Board of public instruction . 7th [ 8th , 10th , 14th ] annual report to the common council , 1872–3 ( -1879–80 . ] Albany . 1873-80 . 0 . 379 : Pam High school . Merit roll for the year ending june 28 ...
Release on 1809 | by British Columbia. Superintendent of Education
... B. A. , “ Superintendent of Education , Victoria , B. C .: “ SIR , -I have the honour to submit herewith the report of the Board of Public School Trustees of Nanaimo City School District for the year ending 30th June , 1899 .
Author: British Columbia. Superintendent of Education
Release on 1892 | by New Jersey. State Board of Education
E. O. Chapman , State Superintendent : I hereby respectfully present my first annual report of the public schools of ... Many difficulties have been overcome during the past year and the sentiment of our city now is to maintain and ...
The MUNICIPAL BOARD , Manila , P. I. GENTLEMEN : I have the honor to submit the following report of the public schools of the city of Manila for the fiscal year ending June 30 , 1903 , and for the months of July and August , fiscal year ...
Release on 1877 | by New York (State). Department of Public Instruction
Statement of condition of Common - School Fund for the year ending September 30 , 1876 . ... 70-73 ( A. ) Circular and reports of city superintendents , relating to the compulsory education act 74-89 ( B. ) Circulars relating to State ...
Author: New York (State). Department of Public Instruction
Release on 1857 | by Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.). Superintendent of Public Instruction
Superintendent of Public Instruction. appointment of teachers , the visitation and examination of the schools would follow , of course . The ladies of the Association would thus be relieved of an onerous burden , and be able to devote ...
Author: Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.). Superintendent of Public Instruction
Fourth Annual Report of the Superintendent of the Public Schools of the City of Chicago, for the Year Ending February 1, 18 58 . Chicago: Chicago Daily Press, 1858. . Report of the President of the Board of Education and the Fifth ...
Author: Robert L. McCaul
Publisher: SIU Press
Category: Social Science
In the pre-Civil War and Civil War periods the Illinois black code deprived blacks of suffrage and court rights, and the Illinois Free Schools Act kept most black children out of public schooling. But, as McCaul documents, they did not sit idly by. They applied the concepts of “ bargaining power” (rewarding, punishing, and dialectical) and the American ideal of “ community” to participate in winning two major victories during this era. By the use of dialectical power, exerted mainly via John Jones’ tract, The Black Laws of Illinois, they helped secure the repeal of the state’ s black code; by means of punishing power, mainly through boycotts and ‘ ‘ invasions,’ ’ they exerted pressures that brought a cancellation of the Chicago public school policy of racial segregation. McCaul makes clear that the blacks’ struggle for school rights is but one of a number of such struggles waged by disadvantaged groups (women, senior citizens, ethnics, and immigrants). He postulates a “ stage’ ’ pattern for the history of the black struggle— a pattern of efforts by federal and state courts to change laws and constitutions, followed by efforts to entice, force, or persuade local authorities to comply with the laws and constitutional articles and with the decrees of the courts.