AN ACT to provide for the maintenance of a summer school at Delaware College for the Instruction of teachers in a summer session.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. The Trustees of Delaware College shall maintain at Delaware College for a period of not less than six weeks during the summer of each and every year a school for teachers in which shall be given courses in pedagogy and such other subjects as will give increased efficiency to those who are now teaching or wish to prepare to teach in the free public schools of this State. The courses given in said School shall be arranged by the Department of Education of Delaware College conjointly with the State Board of Education. All persons who are now teaching or who will give satisfactory assurance to the State Board of Education that they intend to teach in the free public schools of this State, shall be admitted into said School, provided their applications are approved by the State Board of Education. Tuition shall be free to all Delaware teachers.
Section 2. The sum of Four Thousand Five Hundred Dollars is hereby appropriated annually out of any moneys in the Treasury of the State of Delaware, for the maintenance of said School. Said sum shall be paid by the State Treasurer to the Treasurer of the Trustees of Delaware College, in each and every year, which sum shall be used exclusively for the purposes of this Act.
Approved March 28, A. D. 1921.