1889 public laws – Ch. 200 Sec. 5

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CHAPTER 200 An act to abolish the white normal schools of the State, and to provide for holding county institutes throughout the State. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

At the close or during the sessions of every institute, the conductor thereof, in connection with the county superintendent, shall hold written examinations of all public school teachers, white and colored, who may apply, and shall grant first and second grade certificates, which shall be signed by both and be good for three years in the county in which the institute is held, and in any other county of the State, when endorsed by the county superintendent thereof; but the said certificates shall be subject to revocation by any county superintendent for immoral conduct.

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