Article Eighth was the education article in the 1818 constitution. There is no comparable article in the U.S. Constitution, which does not even contain the word “education.” That education is in an article by itself does not mean that this article sets up a separate branch of government devoted solely to education. Thus, in Stolberg v. Caldwell, 175 Conn. 586, 402 A.2d 763 (1978), a legislator-teacher could not avoid the dual-job ban (Article Third, Sec. 11) barring a legislator from simultaneously serving in the executive and judicial branches. There shall always...
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