2 edition of System of public instruction and primary school law of Michigan found in the catalog.
System of public instruction and primary school law of Michigan
Michigan. Dept. of Public Instruction.
|Statement||Prepared by Francis W. Shearman, superintendent of public instruction.|
|Series||Annual report of the superintendent -- 1851/52|
|LC Classifications||L162 .B15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 640 p.|
|Number of Pages||640|
|LC Control Number||06037756|
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Michigan. Department of Public Instruction: System of public instruction and primary school law of Michigan, with explanatory notes, forms, regulations and instructions; a digest of decisions, a detailed history of public instruction the history of and laws relating to incorporated institutions of learning &c.
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System of public instruction and primary school law of Michigan, with explanatory notes, forms, regulations and instructions: a digest of decisions, a detailed history of public instruction the history of and laws relating to incorporated institutions of learning &c.
&c./ Prepared by Francis W. Shearman, superintendent of public instruction. Michigan. Michigan's first public school law was passed on Apby the Legislative Council of the Michigan Territory. Passage of this law was a recognition that education was a public re-sponsibility rather than an individual responsibility.
This act began a practice of organizing *File Size: KB. The School Law unit provides leadership and technical assistance on proposed state laws and current laws, the Revised School Code, the State School Aid Act, and other school related laws, administrative rules, and K educational corporation programs to families, nonpublic schools, local and intermediate school districts, state agencies, legislative staff, and other interested individuals.
Michigan Department of Education - Curriculum & Standards. Like adults at work, students at school have difficulty being successful if they are depressed, tired, not engaging in enough physical activity, bullied, stressed, sick, using alcohol or other drugs, undernourished, or abused.
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