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Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) Posters and Flyers. (2) Programs with Advertisements. (3) Formal Invitations.: Educational Requirements. Commonwealth of Massachusetts: House Bill 999 (1930 Session).

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1930

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Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) Posters and Flyers. (2) Programs with Advertisements. (3) Formal Invitations.: Educational Requirements. Commonwealth of Massachusetts: House Bill 999 (1930 Session).

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Date

1930

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EDUCATIONAL
REQUIREMENTS
HOUSE
present
The
(1930
HOUSE BILL 999 (1930
999
BILL
requirement
The present requirement is:
of Massachusetts
200
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
children
Commonwealth
must
having
attend
200 or
grade
is:
All
towns
be
14
under
work
At
been
VI.
school
in
having been in school Between all children
All children under 14 must be in school full-time. At 14. if through grade VI. or.
all
attend continuation less cities or towns having
or
must be school certificated. and work
Between
and
through
if
cities
continuation
less
certificated.
full-time.
or.
14.

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of
The
All
children
under
14
full-time.
14,
grade
Between
all
in
and
a
having
200
employed
HOUSE
school
16
be
full-time
at
work
if
must
attend
less
hours
week
cities
or
more
provisions:
VI,
when
confronted
eco-
certificated
not
4
Superintendents
transfer
judgment,
such
Any
minors
15-17:
arrange
over
unite
districts
contin-
schools
50%
smaller
6.
once,
September,
BoSTON
CHILDREN'S
P.
FREDERICK
W.
Massachusetts
requirement
years,
certificated,
continuation
14-16.
BILL
Session)
proposed
At
employed.
15
than
towns
Minors
necessity,
per
week.
may
to
nearly
needs
committee
re-
join
other
minors.
for
graduated
scale
100
legislation
go
effect
has
it
desires.
CIVIC
Inc.
COMMITTEE
JUDD
REQUIREMENTS
through
seven
they
properly
been
15-16.
nomic
pupils
meet
3.
advance
the
committees
time
4.
Reimbursement
amount
up
that
1932,
3
Chairman
E.
MACDONALD
EDUCATIONAL
999
Special
new
1.
by
2.
14-15
whenever,
their
will
quirement
are
encouraged
half-
VII.
Cities
any
schools,
utilize
established
uation
is
provided
%.
It
this
city
until
MASSACHUSETTS
LEAGUE,
STREET,
MRS.
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS Commonwealth of Massachusetts The present requirement is: All children under 14 must be in school full-time. At 14, if through grade VI, or, having been in school seven years, they may be employed. Between 14-16 all children must be in school full-time or at work properly certificated, and if at work must attend continuation school not less than 4 hours a week if in cities or towns having 200 or more employed minors 14-16. HOUSE BILL 999 (1930 Session) The proposed requirement is: All children under 15 must be in school full-time. At 15, if through grade VII, or, having been in school eight years, they may be employed. Between 15 and 16 all children must be in school full-time or at work properly certificated, and if at work must attend continuation school not less than 4 hours a week if in cities or towns having 100 or more employed minors 15-16. Special new provisions: 1. Minors over 14 and through grade VI, when confronted by eco- nomic necessity, may work when properly certificated if they attend continuation schools not less than 4 hours per week. 2. Superintendents may transfer pupils 14-15 to the continuation or other specialized schools on full-time whenever, in their judgment, such schools will more nearly meet the needs of such pupils. 3. Any school committee may advance the continuation school re- quirement of not less than 4 hours a week to employed minors 15-17: and school committees are encouraged to arrange for half- time schooling-employing for minors over 15 and through grade VII. 4. Cities and towns may unite in districts or join any other cities or towns to provide continuation schools, or utilize established contin- uation schools for employed minors. 5. Reimbursement is provided for in the amount of 50% (as now) and for the smaller towns on graduated scale ranging up to 100 %. 6. It is proposed that this legislation go in effect at once, but a city or town has until September, 1932, if it desires. MASSACHUSETTS CIVIC LEAGUE, Inc. 3 Joy STREET, BoSTON CHILDREN'S WELFARE COMMITTEE MRS. FREDERICK P. BAGLEY, Chairman MRS. FREDERICK E. JUDD MRS. COLIN W. MACDONALD Vice-Chairmen 15
Commonwealth
present
is:
or,
14-16
(1930
15,
VII,
eight
specialized
on
pupils.
schooling-employing
provide
5.
(as
now)
ranging
but
town
Joy
WELFARE
BAGLEY,
COLIN
Vice-Chairmen