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Examination in reading, writing, spelling, Chapter 544, cir

arithmetic, English grammar and lan- cular 1903. guage, United States history, geography, physiology, methods, school management,

and law. Examination in reading, writing, spelling, Chapter 544. language, arithmetic, geography, United

States history, and physiology, Satisfactory evidence of proficiency, or examination in the special branches appli

cants are going to teach. Diploma from college or university approved

by the board of education. Same as a third-grade certificate, omitting

methods, school management, and laws.

cate.

first - grade certifi

cate. Evening school only,

third-grade certificate.

a A permanent certificate of first or second grade may be granted to those who have taught with that grade for fifteen years.

\ Exainination in solid and spherical geometry, advanced algebra, trigonometry, geology, chemistry, physics, history of education, history of medieval and modern Europe, constitutional and political history of the United States, either botany, zoology, or mineralogy; any two of Latin, Greek, French, or German. Also school laws of Rhode Island, methods, psychology, pedagogy, and the branches required for a second-grade certificate. The first four certificates may be renewed.

Permanent certificates may be granted to those who have taught their specialty fifteen or more years.

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TABLE 5.Legal provisions relating to teachers' certificatesContinued.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

By what author

ity issued

Duration.

Where valid.

Experience required.

Scholarship requirements.

Reference to school law and regulations, 1903.

State board of

education.

10 years

State

None

First-grade county County board | 2 years. certificate.

of education.

County

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Graduate of a college or university approved | Page 29, 30.

by the State board of education or issued
upon examination in regular first-grade
studies, together with additional questions
more advanced and especially professional.
Average standing not less than 85 per cent.

Must not be less than 20 years of age.
Examination in orthography, reading, writ- Page 12,30,31.
ing, arithmetic, composition, English
grammar, elements of agriculture, history
of United States, civics, algebra, physi-
ology, English literature, and in such

branches as the State board may direct.
Examination in branches required for a sec- Same.

ond grade, with a generalaverage of 80 per
cent, not less than 50 percentinany branch,
or,, taking first-grade examination and
making a general average of 70 per cent,

nothing less than 45 percent in any branch.
Examination in the branches required for a Same.

second-grade certificate (Class A), making
an average of 70 per cent, not less than 50
per cent in any branch, or, taking first-
grade examination and making an average
of 60 per cent, not less than 40 per cent in
any branch.

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Name of certificate.

State certificate

Second-grade county --...do

certificate (Grade
A).

Second-grade county

certificate (Grade
B).

First-grade certificates may be renewed if the holder attends the Teachers' County Institutes. State Supt. John J. McMahan states in his annual report, 1901:
“No examination has been held for a State certificate for many years." A college diploma secures this certificate. At a recent meeting of the State board of
education it was decided to permit applicants to take examination for State certificate at the time for regular county examinations.
The governor and State superintendent of education are empowered to grant State certificates upon

the presentation of diplomas from reputable colleges and
universities in other States of as high rank as leading colleges of this state, such certificate to be subject to confirmation by the State board at its next meeting.
(School Laws 1903, p. 29, sec. 10.)

Persons who may have stood successful examination on nine courses in the State summer school are entitled to a State certificate to teach: Provided, That they make 90 per cent on each of three of these courses: And further provided, That the State superintendent of education, upon investigation, deems them worthy of State certificates. (Report 1902-3, p. 84.)

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10 years

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24 months

Graduate of some institution of learning or Chapter I, section

examination in such branches as may be 14.
selected by the superintendent of public
instruction, and also examination in sci-
ence and art of teaching and any two of
the following: Geometry, trigonometry,
chemistry, zoology, or geology; also any
two of these: English literature, rhetoric,
general history, political economy, psy-
chology; write a thesis of not over 5,000
words nor less than 3,000 words upon & sub-

ject selected by the State superintendent.
Examination in algebra, geometry, physics, Chapter I, section

physiology, hygiene, drawing, civil gov- 12.
ernment, didactics, general history, Amer-
ican literature, English grammar, or-

thoepy, and penmanship.
Resident graduate of the State university Section 2286.
who has taken the prescribed course in
pedagogy.
Resident graduate of the State normal Do.

schools of the State.
Examination in physical geography, current Chapter II, sec-

events, American literature, bookkeeping, tions 3, 4.
drawing, besides the branches required
for a second-grade certificate.
Examination in civil government, besides Chapter II, sec-

the branches required for a third-grade tion 3.

certificate.
Examination in orthography, reading, writ- Chapter II, sec-

ing, arithmetic, physiology and hygiene, tions 4 and 5.
geography, English grammar, United
States history, and didactics.

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University State cer- ..do

tificate (on di-
ploma).
Normal State certifi- -----do

cate (on diploma)
First-grade county County super-
certificate.

intendent.

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1 year or less

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State diploma

examination),

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certificate.

Third-grade county

certificate.

Special school in

county

Minimum age of applicant for third-grade certificate is 17 years; for second grado, 18 years. No person shall receive more than two third-grade certificates in the same county.

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TABLE 5.—Legal provisions relating to teachers' certificates—Continued.

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4 years

State.

First-grade second County super-
ary certificate (on intendent.

diploma).
First-grade second- .do
ary certificate (on
examination).

1 year

County

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Graduate of the State Peabody normal col- Circular.

lege of the Peabody Institute.
Examination in orthography, reading, writ- Do.

ing, spelling, mental and written arithme-
tic, English grammar, geography, history
of the United States and of Tennessee, ele-
mentary geology of Tennessee, elements
of agriculture, theory and art of teaching
and school law, physiology and hygiene, al-
gebra, plane geometry, physics, bookkeep-
ing, civil government, and rhetoric. Gen.
eral average of 85 per cent.
Applicants must make an average of 70 per

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cent in the branches required for a first-
grade certificate.
Examination in the branches required to be Do.

taught in the primary schools. Theory
and art of teaching, with a general aver-
age of 85 per cent.
Examination in orthography, reading, writ- Do.

ing, mental and written arithmetic, the-
ory and practice of teaching, school law,
geography, English grammar, history of
the United States and Tennessee, physi-
ology and hygiene;or, applicants who have
completed the first year's work in the Pea-
body Institute,

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Name of certificate.

Second-grade second

ary certificate. Third-grade primary

certificate.

Primary certificate.

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Graduates of the State Peabody normal college or institute, or holding “roll of honor "' certificate are exempt from examination, and their certificates are good throughout the State.

Heretofore life certificates have been issued exempting teachers from further examination, but by the action of the State board life certificates are forbidden, and all who stand examination this or any succeeding year shall be granted certificates which shall expire four years from date. This does not interfere with parties now holding life certificates. (State Superintendent's Circular, April 3, 1902.) TEXAS.

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Permanent county County super

certificate (may be intendent
made a State cer- and State
tificate).

superinten-
dent.

State.

3 years in Texas for Holding diploma from Texas university, Sections 74,75, and

certificate based State normal school, or Peabody normal 76, as amended
on college or uni- school at Nashville, Tenn., or diploma by twenty-
versity diploma. from college or university of the first eighth legisla-
class.

ture.
Holding a certificate from a Texas summer Sections 74 and 75,

normal, or one issued by the school of as amended in
pedagogy, or from a State normal school, 1903.

advanced course. .do

Holding a certificate from a Texas summer Section 74,

normal, or from a State normal school, amended 1903

junior course.
Examination in the history of education, Section 69a, as

English and American literature, psychol- amended in
ogy, in addition to a first or second grade, 1903,
on a general average of 85 per cent, noth-

ing less than 50 per cent in any branch.
County or State - 3 years in schools of Examination same as first grade, and in his- Section 69e, as
Texas,

tory of education, general history, English a mended in
and American literature, chemistry, psy- 1903.
chology, plane trigonometry, solid geome-
try, bookkeeping. General average of 85
par eent; nothing less than 50 per cent in

any branch.
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Examination in physics, algebra, geometry, Sections 69b,

general history, effects of narcotics, and 69c, and 69g, as
the branches required for a second grade. a mended in
Generalaverage of 85 per cent; nothing less 1903.
than 50 per cent in any branch for a 6 years'

and 75 per cent for 4 years' certificate,
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Examination in United States history, Eng. Seotions 69a,
lish composition, civil government, physi- 69c, and 69g, as
ology and hygiene, physical geography, amended 1903.
and branches required for a third grade.
General average of 75 per cent; nothing
less than 50 per cent in any study for a 3
years' and 85 per cent for a 5 years' cer-

tificate.a
County

Examination in reading, writing, spelling, Section 69.
arithmetic, English grammar, geography,
history of Texas, physiology and hygiene,
school management and methods. An av-
erage of 70 per cent; nothing less than 50
per cent in any study.

State first-grade cer

tificate.

State second-grade

certificate.
Permanent primary

certificate.

First-grade county
certificate (may be
made a State cer-
tificate).

Second-grade county
certificate (may be
made a State cer-
tificate).

Third-grade county County super- 1 year certificate.

intendent.

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