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New York Consolidated Laws, Education Law - EDN § 3021. Removal of superintendents, teachers and employees for treasonable or seditious acts or utterances

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A person employed as superintendent of schools, teacher or employee in the public schools, in any city or school district of the state, shall be removed from such position for the utterance of any treasonable or seditious word or words or the doing of any treasonable or seditious act or acts while holding such position.

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