The legislature shall encourage by all suitable means the promotion of intellectual, literary, scientific, mining, mechanical, agricultural, and moral improvements, and also provide for a superintendent of public instruction and by law prescribe the manner of appointment, term of office and the duties thereof. As originally enacted, this section made the superintendent of public instruction an elective office. An amendment in 1956 made the office appointive; by statute, the superintendent is appointed by the governor. This section has not been subject to...
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