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Section 3313.54 | Americanization schools.


On application of not less than fifteen adult persons born outside the territorial limits of the United States, including Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands, resident in the district, the board of education of a city, exempted village, or local school district may establish and conduct an Americanization school open to all persons eighteen years of age or over, of foreign birth, resident of the district or of an adjoining district. The board of such school district may charge such pupils a fee.

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