Documents of the Board of Education of the City of New York

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Page 95 - Every temptation resisted, is an enemy subdued ; and " he that ruleth his own spirit, is better than he that taketh a city.
Page 7 - York a report in writing, bearing date on the thirty-first day of July next preceding, stating the whole number of schools within their jurisdiction, specially designating the schools for colored children; the schools or societies from which reports shall have been made to the board of education, within the time limited for that purpose; the length of time such...
Page 31 - A schedule of the names, ages, and studies of the said students, so claimed by the said Board of Education to have pursued classical studies, or the higher branches of English education, or both...
Page 7 - Sec. 255. The board shall make and transmit, between the fifteenth day of January and the first day of February of each year, to the state superintendent of public instruction, and to the mayor and municipal council of...
Page 33 - Xo student can be admitted to the Academy unless he resides in the city, be fourteen years of age, shall have attended the Common Schools in the city twelve months, and...
Page 50 - July 8th, inclusive,) was conducted in the same manner as the previous examination, and the following is the result, viz. : The Senior Class consisted of 30 students, all of whom were graduated.
Page 29 - And, generally, to use his utmost influence and most strenuous exertions to promote sound education, elevate the character and qualifications of teachers, improve the means of instruction and advance the interests of the schools under his supervision.
Page 31 - ... and who are claimed by the trustees to have pursued for four months of said year, or upwards, classical studies, or the higher branches of English education, or both, according to the true intent and meaning of the...

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