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The Free Common School System Origins of the High Schools School Aid Quota System Fiscal Crisis of the 1920s; Rural School Centralization Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) New York City and Other City School Districts State Aid since the 1960s General Supervision of Schools Universal School Attendance Regents Examinations and Curricula Challenges of Urban Education Statewide Standards for Students and Schools Vocational and Adult Education Physical and Health Education; Nutrition Programs Education for Non-English Speakers This electronic version of History of the University of the State of New York and the State Education Department 1784-1996 was originally published in paper format in June 1996 by the State Education Department.The electronic version issued November 1996 contains several factual corrections; several informational footnotes which were not included in the paper version; and a few additions to the bibliography.

Gideon Hawley, the first Superintendent of Common Schools, organized the system, distributed school aid from the Common School Fund, and prodded local officials to set up school districts and submit reports.

Hawley was dismissed in 1821 for political reasons, and thereafter the Secretary of State served as the Superintendent of Common Schools.

The rapid development of public high schools after the 1850s caused administrative confusion.

The high schools were operated by union free or city school districts, which the law made subject to visitation and inspection by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Since 1894 the University of the State of New York has been continued by the Constitution, which states that its corporate powers "may be increased, modified, or diminished" by the Legislature.

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