1907 public laws – Ch. 820 Sec. 13

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CHAPTER 820 AN ACT TO STIMULATE HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUCTION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE STATE AND TEACHER TRAINING. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the object in establishing and maintaining said school shall be to give to young white men and women such education and training as shall fit and qualify them for teaching in the public schools of North Carolina. And the Board of Trustees hereinafter provided for in prescribing the course of study of said school shall lay special emphasis on those subjects taught in the public schools of the State, and in the art and science of teaching. And in no event shall they prescribe a curriculum beyond that which would fit and prepare astudent for unconditional entrance into the freshman class of the University of North Carolina.

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