1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Education
  4. Title 2: School District Organization
  5. Article 52: City School Districts of Cities With One Hundred Twenty-five Thousand Inhabitants or More


Section 2581 Certain corporate schools entitled to participate in funds of board of education of city of New York

Education (EDN)

Certain corporate schools entitled to participate in funds of board of education of city of New York. The corporate schools entitled to participate in the funds of the board of education of the city of New York are as follows: The schools established and maintained by the Five Points House of Industry, the industrial schools established and maintained under the charge of the Children's Aid Society in the city of New York, the schools of the American Female Guardian Society, the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, the Brooklyn Home for Children, the Orphan Home and the Convent of Mercy, and the Child Care Center (formerly Tuberculosis Preventorium for children). The New York Institute for the Blind shall receive a ratable proportion of the fund for every blind pupil in such institution without regard to age.

  Such schools shall be subject to the general supervision of the board of education of the city of New York, but shall be under the immediate direction of their respective trustees, managers and directors.