The Impact and Improvement of School Testing Programs

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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION
(As adopted May, 1944, and amended June, 1945, February, 1949, and September, 1962)
ARTICLE I
NAME
The name of this corporation shall be "The National Society for the Study of Education," in Illinois corporation not for profit.
ARTICLE II
PURPOSES
Its purposes are to carry on the investigation of educational problems, to publish the results of same, and to promote their discussion.The corporation also has such powers as are now, or may hereafter be, granted by the General Not For Profit Corporation Act of the State of Illinois.
ARTICLE III
OFFICES
The corporation shall have and continuously maintain in this state a registered office and a registered agent whose office is identical with such registered office, and may have other offices within or without the State of Illinois as the Board of Directors may from time to time determine.
ARTICLE IV
MEMBERSHIP
Section 1. Classes. There shall be two classes of members--active and honorary. The qualifications and rights of the members of such classes shall be as follows:
a. Any person who is desirous of promoting the purposes of this corporation is eligible to active membership and shall become such on payment of dues as prescribed.
b. Active members shall be entitled to vote, to participate in discussion, and, subject to the conditions set forth in Article V, to hold office.
c. Honorary members shall be entitled to all the privileges of active

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