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LE2523

B9

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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880,

by FINLEY BURKE, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.

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ALMOST

every

court in the land has to do with questions growing out of our public school system. Our educational interests are becoming of greater magnitude and importance each year.

Questions respecting school taxation, contracts, employment of teachers, authority of teachers, rules and regulations, rights of pupils, powers of officers, liabilities of teachers and directors, use of school property, etc., arise constantly.

Normal schools, teachers, and school officerswho are annually called upon to assume duties new to them-have all felt the need of a work which should embody in small compass what may be called the common law of public schools, and which would be a companion book to the statutory school laws as published in the several States by State authority.

The statutory school law is easy of access, but the judicial decisions are scattered through a large number of reports, and are out of the reach of teachers and officers.

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