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Prospectus of the legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada

from 1841 until the close of the Reverend Doctor Ryerson"s administration of the education department in 1876 administration of the education department in 1876 prepared with notes by J. George Hodgins, M.A. LL.D., barrister-at-law and editor of the " Documentary history of education in Upper Canada, 1791-1876"

by J. George Hodgins

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Written in English

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    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 42097, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 42097
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (5 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24771380M
    ISBN 100665420978
    OCLC/WorldCa18898410

    Among the works that have been found useful for reference are John Charles Dent’s Last Forty Years (Canada since the union of ); Gray on Confederation; Coté’s Political Appointments and Elections in the Province of Canada; Dr. Hodgins’ Legislation and History of Separate Schools in Upper Canada; the lives of Lord Elgin, Dr. Rycrson. The history of education in Canada covers schooling from elementary through university, plus the ideas of educators, plus the policies of national and provincial governments. In , Charles Phillips divided the history of public schooling in Canada into four periods or stages: The first was characterized by church-controlled education and lasted from the early s through to the .

    The existence of Catholic schools in Canada can be traced to the year , when the first school was founded Catholic Recollet Order in Quebec. The first school in Alberta was also a Catholic one, at Lac Ste.-Anne in As a general rule, all schools in Canada were operated under the auspices of one Christian body or another until the 19th century.   The best evidence of this web of constitutions can actually be found around education. The issue that embroils Alberta at this moment involves separate school education, which is the exception in Canada, not the norm. British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island have no separate school education, and never have had.

    The Province of Upper Canada (French: province du Haut-Canada) was a part of British Canada established in by the Kingdom of Great Britain, to govern the central third of the lands in British North America, formerly part of the Province of Quebec since Upper Canada included all of modern-day Southern Ontario and all those areas of Northern Ontario in the Common languages: English. Legal education in Canada. Generally, entry into law programs in Canada is based primarily on a combination of the student's previous grades as well as, for English-language common-law programs, their score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Factors such as specialized degrees, work experience, community involvement, personal character, extracurricular .


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George Hodgins, M.A. D., barrister-at-law and editor of the "Documentary history of education in Upper Canada. Prospectus of the legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: from until the close of the Reverend Doctor Ryerson's administration of the education department in administration of the education department in prepared with notes by J.

George Hodgins, M.A. D., barrister-at-law and editor of the " Documentary history of education in Upper Canada. The legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada: fromuntil the close of the Rev. Doctor Ryerson's administration of the Education Department of Ontario in ; including various private papers and documents on the subject.

Briggs. The legislation and history of separate schools in Upper Canada, fromuntil the close of the Rev. Doctor Ryerson's administration of the Education Department of Ontario in ; including various private papers and documents on the subjectPages: Caption title: The separate school question in Upper Canada.

Upper Canada College was founded in by then-Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, Major-General Sir John Colborne (later Lord Seaton), to serve as a feeder school to the newly established King's College (later the University of Toronto).It was modelled on the great public schools of Britain, most notably Eton.

Though now a private school, the college was created. EDUCATION IN UPPER CANADA. History is a race between education and catastrophe. Ontario's last Royal Commission On Education vowed to usher us into "the mystique of the 21st century" by ensuring that young people emerged from our schools as "knowledgeable, creative, imaginative, thoughtful, reasoning adults.".

The laws relating to Roman Catholic separate schools in Upper Canada, and dissentient schools in Lower Canada: arranged in parallel columns.

by Canada (Province); Ryerson, Egerton, (association); Canada (Province). Dept. of Public Instruction for Upper Canada.

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In Canada, a separate school is a type of school that has constitutional status in three provinces and statutory status in three territories. In these Canadian jurisdictions, a separate school is one operated by a civil authority—a separate school board—with a mandate enshrined in the Canadian Constitution or in federal statutes.

In these six jurisdictions a civil electorate, composed of the members of the minority faith, elects separate school trustees. An Act for the better establishment and maintenance of Common Schools in Upper Canada – Page 3.

XXXI. And be it enacted, That in any Model or Common School, established under this Act, no child shall be required to read or study in or from any religious book, or to join in any exercise of devotion or religion, which shall be objected to by.

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Page 19 - All the Powers, Privileges, and Duties at the Union by Law conferred and imposed in Upper Canada on the Separate Schools and School Trustees of the Queen's Roman Catholic Subjects shall be and the same are hereby extended to the Dissentient Schools of the Queen's Protestant and Roman Catholic Subjects in Quebec.

Brief notices of "The history and legislation of separate schools in Upper Canada" by J. George Hodgins, M.A., LL. D. of Osgood Hall, barrister-at-law.Copies of Correspondence between the Chief Superintendent of Schools for Upper Canada, and other persons, on the question of Separate Schools.

Toronto: Lovell & Gibson, Ryerson University's Aboriginal Education Council. Egerton Ryerson, the Residential School System and Truth and Reconciliation. August, Primary sourcesBorn: Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, 24 March.

Inthe Upper Canada legislature passed an act that granted gradual abolition and any slave arriving in the province was automatically declared free. Fearing for their safety in the United States after the passage of the first Fugitive Slave Law ino slaves came to Canada via the Underground Railroad until the end of the.