The Illinois school law, 1889-1899. An act to establish and maintain a system of free schools, approved May 21, 1889. Including additional acts relative to schools and school officers, with an appendix containing acts establishing state normal schools, and providing for county normal schools, and some principles of Illinois school law taken from the biennial reports of the Department of public instruction, with such changes and additions as are made necessary by more recent decisions of the Supreme court and by school legislation of the forty-first General assembly ...
Springfield, Ill., Phillips bros., state printers, 1899.
Educational law and legislation
2 p. l., 157 p.
|Original Classification Number:||LB 2529 .I3 1899|
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