1911 public laws – Ch. 84 Sec. 12

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CHAPTER 84 AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF COUNTY FARM-LIFE SCHOOLS AND FOR THE PROMOTION OF AGRICULTURE AND HOME- MAKING. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

No person shall be employed as principal in charge of any county farm-life school who does not hold a_ high-school teachers certificate on all required subjects except Latin, Greek, and modern languages, including an additional certificate from the State Board of Examiners and the president of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, stating that he has furnished satisfactory evidence to them of his qualifications by special training and practical experience for said position. And no person shall be employed in the department of said county farm-life school for the special training of girls for home-making and housekeeping on the farm who does not hold a_ high-school teachers certificate on all required subjects except Latin, Greek, and modern languages, including an additional certificate from the State Board of Examiners and the president of the State Normal and Industrial College, stating that such person has furnished to them satisfactory evidence of qualifications by special training and practical experience for said position.

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