⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'school laws' von Englisch nach Deutsch
school laws {pl} [collectively]
Schulrecht {n}
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Übersetzung für 'school laws' von Englisch nach Deutsch

school laws {pl} [collectively]
Schulrecht {n}educ.law
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • He again became a minister for Internal affairs in 1954 and for four years had to defend the secularist school policies of the Liberal-Socialist coalition under Prime Minister Achille Van Acker in the face of Roman Catholic opposition, at one time controversially forbidding Belgian Radio to report on a large-scale demonstration against the new school laws proposed by Education minister Leo Collard.
  • Her mother, Mary Cleveland, hired a private tutor so that Montgomery would comply with the Los Angeles compulsory school laws.
  • Child labor remained common in the agricultural sector until compulsory school laws were enacted by the states.
  • The Massachusetts School Laws were three legislative acts of 1642, 1647 and 1648 enacted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
  • That year, the Illinois State Legislature passed its first school laws, making Mattoon a forerunner for early education in the state.
  • On leaving school, Laws worked at the Whakatu freezing works before entering the University of Otago, graduating with first-class honours in history and won an Otago University sporting blue.
  • However, as school laws are created by the Malaysian Ministry of Education, the prefects have no power in amending laws.
  • The local school laws did not allow African American students into public schools until 1872, but in 1866, it opened up government funded schools for African American and other non-white children.
  • NAPCS publishes an annual guide to state charter school laws, "Measuring Up to the Model: A Ranking of State Charter School Laws".
  • The school laws and methods developed during Reyher's time provided an important basis for a standardised education structure in junior schools.
  • For students in elementary school and high school, laws may require compulsory attendance, while students at higher levels of education may be penalized by professors or the institution for lack of attendance.
  • Stöckel immediately re-organized the school system in evangelical spirit and in 1540 he introduced new school laws ("Leges scholae Bartphensis").
  • Some campuses provide orientation programs to international students within a few days of their arrival, where the school laws and solutions for dangerous solutions are covered.
  • In January, 2011, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools ranked North Carolina's charter school law 32 out of 41 states with charter school laws, with poor marks for accountability, equity of funding, and the low cap of 100 schools in the state.
  • In a December 2007 ruling, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals found that the operation violated Wisconsin school laws by misapplying the state's open enrollment statute.
  • Bishop Rudigier of Linz became known for his memorable struggle against these laws, which were not only hostile to the Church, but to the marriage and school laws.
  • The legislation originated in 1801. The current law was adopted in 1988, resulting from the modernization of several old school laws adopted in 1829, 1867, and 1964.
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