The Education Law: Chapter 407 of New York State Law (1926)
In article 44-A the Board of Higher Education is established as a separate entity from the Board of Education in cities with populations greater one million people. It is granted power and duties such as the acquisition of new sites and the approval of all courses. The law also outlines how funding is to be appropriated from the city to the board. Only in 1961 will the education law be repealed replacing free tuition with a Scholarly Incentive Program.
Date Created | 1926
Rights | Public Domain.
Item Type | Text (Resolution / Legislation)
Cite This document | New York State, “The Education Law: Chapter 407 of New York State Law (1926),” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed November 23, 2017, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/6892.