1917 public laws – Ch. 146 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 146 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS AND INSTITUTE CONDUCTORS. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

There shall be and is hereby constituted a State] Board of Examiners and Institute Conductors, which shall consist of six membersthree men and three womenof recognized ability, character, professional training, and successful experience in teaching or in supervising schools, to be designated as Institute Conductors, who shall be appointed by the Governor of the State, . three for a term of two years, three for a term of four years, and | their successors for a term of four years. All vacancies occurring in the membership of said board by death or resignation or otherwise shall be filled in the same manner for the unexpired term. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be ex officio chairman of said board, and the State Supervisor of Teacher-Training and Superintendent of the State Normal Schools for the Colored Race and the Cherokee Indians shall be ex officio secretary. The salary of each institute conductor shall be fixed by the State Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the executive committee of the North Carolina Teachers Assembly, at a sum not to exceed two thousand five hundred dollars per year exclusive of expenses. For immoral conduct, incompetency, failure to perform duty, or other good and sufficient cause, the State Board of Education may remove from office any member of said Board of Examiners and Institute Conductors, after due notice in writing to said member of the charges, who shall be given at least five days to appear and answer and offer evidence, and who shall have the right of appeal from the action of the State Board of Education to the courts of the State.

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