Secondary Education in California: A Monograph

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Department of education, California Louisiana purchase exposition commission, 1904 - 28 páginas
 

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Página 1 - SEC. 3. The Legislature shall provide for a system of Common Schools, by which a school shall be kept up and supported in each district at least three months in every year : and any school district neglecting to keep up and support such a school, may be deprived of its proportion of the interest of the public fund during such neglect.
Página 16 - State school tax for the support of day and evening secondary schools and technical schools, or either of such schools, included in the public school system, and all revenue derived from such special tax shall be applied exclusively to the support of the schools for which such special tax shall be levied.
Página 20 - ... merely to provide for an extension of the professional course. 3. The proposition is based upon a wrong idea of the high school. This institution is no longer a school preparatory for college. In its most fully developed form it covers at least onehalf the ground of the college of fifty years ago. It is a real college; at all events, it provides the earlier part of a college course.
Página 16 - State school tax shall be applied exclusively to the support of primary and grammar schools; but the Legislature may authorize and cause to be levied a special State school tax for the support of high schools and technical schools, or either of such schools, included in the public school system, and all revenue derived from such special tax shall be applied exclusively to the support of the schools for which such special tax shall be levied.
Página 12 - ... children, between five and twenty-one years of age, residing in that school district, and the Board of Trustees or Board of Education shall have power to admit adults and children not residing^ in the district, whenever good reasons exist -for such exceptions. Sec 54. All schools, unless otherwise provided by special law, shall be divided into three grades, viz: first, second and third.
Página 8 - The public school system shall include primary and grammar schools, and such high schools, evening schools, normal schools, and technical schools as may be established by the Legislature, or by municipal or district authority.
Página 2 - This Act remained undisturbed on the statute boooks for eight years, and during this period the first permanent high schools of California were established. The San Francisco High School was organized in January, 1858, being the first in California. It was attended by both sexes, and deservedly enjoyed a high reputation. The school records of this period are exceedingly meager, thus making it difficult to collect accurate data concerning actual work done in secondary education. Then, too, the term...
Página 16 - State support of high schools, whose salient features are, that until 1906 an ad valorem tax of one and onehalf per cent of the taxable property of the State...
Página 1 - system of schools" is somewhat indefinite. Atr any rate, it rested with the Legislature to determine the grades of schools which they might constitutionally provide for. In the proceedings of the Legislature of 1851, Article II, Section 5, we find the following: district, be expended in building or repairing school houses, purchasing a library or apparatus or for the support of a high school.
Página 6 - All this had its influence upon the character of the individual, and thus upon the community as a whole. This state of affairs might do if the mines held out and the poor as well as the rich could avail themselves of their use. But a change came; the cry was spread abroad that the mines were worked out; men must adapt themselves to new conditions, must seek new fields of labor. Many engaged in agricultural pursuits, where the labor was severe and the results doubtful. To give up the...

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