The Laws of Texas, 1921 [Volume 21] Page: 38 of 1,670
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30 GENERAL LAWS.
appropriations herein provided; and that the appropriations of this
Act are simply a guarantee of good faith on the part of the State
in the administration of the Federal Vocational Education Act, and
are to be actually distributed only in order to secure to the State the
full benefits of the Federal appropration, or, in case of necessity, to
preserve the good name of the State; provided, that the State Board
for Vocational Education is hereby authorized to permit the expenditure
by the State of amounts not exceeding $50,000 for 1921-22 and
75,000 for 1922-23, for aid in securing the benefits of the Federal appropriation
to the public schools, the remainder of the funds necessary
to duplicate Federal funds being required of school boards,
accepting Federal funds under the provisions of this Act.
SEC. 6. That in order for any school to secure the benefits of the
appropriation for the purposes specified in this Act, plans shall be
submitted to the State Board of Vocational Education showing the
kinds of vocational education for which it is proposed that the appropriation
shall be used; the kind of school and equipment; course
of study; methods of instruction; qualifications of teachers, and
plans for the supervision and in the case of teacher-training institutions,
plans for the training of teachers as provided in the Federal
Act. It shall be the duty of the State Board for Vocational Education,
to make a thorough investigation of such application submitted
for aid under this Act, and the State Board for Vocational Education
shall require a certificate that each school applying for aid
under this Act meets substantially the requirements of the law before
aid in any amount is granted.
SEC. 7. The State Board for Vocational Education shall have authority
to make studies and investigations relating to Vocational
Education, to advise with the Federal Board having in charge the
direction of this work, to prescribe qualifications for the teachers,
directors, and supervisors of the subjests for which provision is made
in this Act. provided that they do not conflict with regulations of
the said Federal Board, and to provide for the certification of such
teachers, directors, and supervisors.
SEC. 8. The importance of the subject matter of this Act and
the fact that the calendar is crowded creates an emergency and an
imperative public necessity demanding the suspension of the constitutional
rule requiring -bills to ,be read on three several days in
each house and said rule is hereby suspended and this Act shall
take effect and be in force from and after its passage, and it is so
[NoTE.-The enrolled bill shows that the foregoing Act passed the
Senate, yeas 23, nays 0; and passed the House, no vote given.]
Approved August 21, 1921.
Effective August 21, 1921.
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