Educational Review, Band 17

H. Holt, 1899

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Seite 341 - Behold, O my people, I will open your graves, and cause you to come up out of your graves, and bring you into the land of Israel. And ye shall know that I am the Lord, when I have opened your graves, O my people, and brought you up out of your graves, and shall put my spirit in you, and ye shall live, and I shall place you in your own land: then shall ye know that I the Lord have spoken it, and performed it, saith the Lord.
Seite 122 - The personal property of literary, benevolent, charitable and scientific institutions and of temperance societies incorporated within this commonwealth, the real estate owned and occupied by them or their officers for the purposes for which they are incorporated...
Seite 69 - Universal History, the history of what man has accomplished in this world, is at bottom the History of the Great Men who have worked here.
Seite 265 - ... of the county in which the principal place of business of the corporation is to be located, and no corporation shall, until such articles be left for record, have legal existence.
Seite 82 - I believe Normal Schools to be a new instrumentality in the advancement of the race. I believe that, without them, Free Schools themselves would be shorn of their strength and their healing power, and would at length become mere charity schools, and thus die out in fact and in form.
Seite 326 - O ! ye, whose hour-glass shifts its tranquil sands In the unvex'd silence of a student's cell ; Ye, whose untempted hearts have never toss'd Upon the dark and stormy tides where life Gives battle to the elements, — and man Wrestles with man for some slight plank, whose weight Will bear but one...
Seite 278 - Conditions of incorporation. No institution shall be given power to confer degrees in this state unless it shall have resources of at least five hundred thousand dollars; and no institution for higher education shall be incorporated without suitable provision, approved by the regents, for buildings, furniture, educational equipment and proper maintenance.
Seite 279 - College and University Council' " ; nor shall an institution "be chartered with the power to confer degrees, unless it has assets amounting to five hundred thousand dollars invested in buildings, apparatus and endowments for the exclusive purpose of promoting instruction, and unless the faculty consists of at least six regular professors who devote all their time to the instruction of its college or university classes...
Seite 275 - ... irresponsible, might organize and flood the State with doctors of medicine, doctors of law, doctors of divinity, masters of arts, civil engineers, and all the other various titles that everywhere in the civi.lized world have signified high attainments and special equipment for professional work...

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