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The Law relating to parish schools in New Brunswick

together with the rules and regulations made by the provincial Board of Education.
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[s.n.] , Fredericton, N.B
New Brunswick., Educational law and legislation -- New Bruns
ContributionsNew Brunswick. Board of Education., New Brunswick.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche (15 fr.).
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Open LibraryOL18848548M
ISBN 100665517297

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[New. As higher education in New Brunswick is summarized on a separate page, the text below relates primarily to primary and secondary education. From the year of the scission of the province from Nova Scotia,until there was no law in New Brunswick about government-funded education.

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