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Nonpublic education in Rhode Island

Henry M. Brickell

Nonpublic education in Rhode Island

alternatives for the future : a study for the Rhode Island Special Commission to Study the Entire Field of Education.

by Henry M. Brickell

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Published by s.n.] in [Rhode Island? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Education -- Rhode Island.,
  • Educational planning -- Rhode Island.,
  • Private schools -- Rhode Island.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRhode Island. Special Commission to Study the Entire Field of Education.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 226 p.
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18683884M

    The Rhode Island Statute. The Rhode Island Salary Supplement Act [1] was enacted in It rests on the legislative finding that the quality of education available in nonpublic elementary schools has been jeopardized by the rapidly rising salaries needed to attract competent and dedicated teachers. Compulsory Education Compulsory education laws require parents to have their children attend public, private, or parochial school for a designated period. Each state determines both the start and end time duration and generally requires children to begin school at the age range of five to seven years and end at the age of sixteen or seventeen.

    nonpublic schools "was nowhere else as critical," noted one study because "the non-public population nowhere else constituted such a large proportion of the total popu-lation of school children."6 Despite the availability of free public education, Rhode Island relied on non-public education more than any other state. As a consequence. What is the Nonpublic Postsecondary Educational Institution Bond amount? The bond amount will be based on either the previous year or the estimated gross tuition of the nonpublic postsecondary educational institution for the current year, whichever is higher. Minimum Bond Amount. $ – $ 50, = $20, 50, – ,

      Parents of Burrillville resident pupils attending non-public schools may borrow Science, Mathematics, Foreign Language, English/Language Arts, and Social Studies textbooks approved by the R. I. Department of Education for the school year. Applications accepted at.   Hooligans Ride for Education will take place Friday September 27th at pm and we will be delivering all of the books collected to George Evans Elementary School. South Padre Island Dr. Corpus Christi, TX Text Us ()


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