ⓘ Category:School Establishment Acts

Education Act 1633

The Education Act 1633 was an Act of the Parliament of Scotland that ordered a locally funded, Church-supervised school to be established in every parish in Scotland, and included the means to realise that order. The act was passed by the Parliament at Edinburgh on 18 June 1633, titled Ratification of the act of council regarding plantation of schools ". It stated: any person may petition the Privy Council for redress of any grievances concerning this tax. a formal notice must be provided to landowners, notifying them of the time to appear in order that they might give their consent. bisho ...

Education Act 1646

The Education Act 1646 was an Act of the Parliament of Scotland that ordered locally funded, Church-supervised schools to be established in every parish in Scotland. It was passed by the Parliament at St. Andrews on 2 February 1646 in the reign of Charles I, titled Act for founding of schools in every parish." The act stated that for every parish without a school and paid schoolmaster: a school will be founded and a schoolmaster appointed with the advice of the presbytery. a suitable house for the school. a new tax on land and outdoor property to pay for these. an annual stipend for the sc ...

Education Act 1696

The Education Act 1696 was an Act of the Parliament of Scotland that ordered locally funded, Church-supervised schools to be established in every parish in Scotland. It was passed by the Parliament at Edinburgh on 8 September 1696 in the reign of William II, titled Act for settling of schools." The act stated that for every parish without a school and paid schoolmaster: an annual salary for the schoolmaster, between 100-200 merks. a school will be founded and a schoolmaster appointed with the advice of the heritors and the parish minister. for the tenants of heritors, they must pay half of ...

School Establishment Act 1616

The School Establishment Act 1616 was an Act of the Scottish Privy Council dated 10 December 1616. It mandated the establishment of publicly funded, Church-supervised schools in every parish of Scotland. The act was a consequence of the Scottish Reformation, and was the basis of all future acts of the Parliament of Scotland related to school establishment.

                                     

ⓘ School Establishment Acts

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