3 edition of The Laws relating to grammar and common schools, in cities, towns, and villages in Upper Canada found in the catalog.
The Laws relating to grammar and common schools, in cities, towns, and villages in Upper Canada
by Printed for the Dept. of Public Instruction for Upper Canada, by Lovell and Gibson in Toronto
Written in English
|Contributions||Canada. Dept. of Public Instruction for Upper Canada., Ontario.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (63 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||63|
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The laws relating to grammar and common schools, in cities, towns, and villages in Upper Canada: together with decisions of the courts, and other information Author: J George Hodgins ; Canada. The laws relating to grammar and common schools, in cities, towns, and villages in Upper Canada: together with the forms, general regulations and instructions for executing their provisions, prepared according to law.
The laws relating to grammar and common schools, in cities, towns, and villages in Upper Canada: together with the forms, general regulations and instructions, for executing their provisions, prepared according to law: arranged with notes and references.
The laws relating to grammar and common schools in cities, towns, and villages in Upper Canada: together with the forms, general regulations and instructions, for executing their provisions, prepared according to law: Arranged with notes and references.
Full text of "The Educational manual for Upper Canada: containing the laws, regulations, &c. The Laws relating to grammar and common schools to common and and villages in Upper Canada book school, the University of Toronto &c. ; with explanatory notes sanctioned by the chief superintendent of schools" See other formats.
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relating to common and grammar schools, the University of Toronto, &c. &c.: with explanatory notes, sanctioned by the chief superintendent of schools. In the Grammar School Act allowed the government to take over various grammar schools across the province and incorporating them into a network of eight new, public grammar schools (secondary schools), one for each of the eight districts (Eastern, Johnstown, Midland, Newcastle, Home, Niagara, London, and Western):Common languages: English.II.—Amendment Acts.—Grammar Schools.—Separate Schools.—County Conventions, III.—Acts of and —Some results of Thirty Years.
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