Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1913 - Education
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Contents

STATE COMMONSCHOOL SYSTEMS 191213
1
Commonschool statistics of the United States in various years
5
Total population and school population
7
Compulsory school attendance laws
8
Percentage analysis of population and per cent of illiterates consus of 1910
10
Per cent of the total population and per cent of the school population enrolled in tho common schools at different dates
11
The school enrollment average daily attendance and aggregate number of days attend
12
ance 191213
13
Property
207
Technical and specialized courses of study offered
208
Instructors and students
224
1398
236
Receipts from all sources
248
3 131
250
2335
253
8 705
257

Average length of school term at various periodsAttendance compared with the school population and the enrollment columns 8 and 9
14
Number and sex of teachers in 191213Percentage of men teachers
15
Teachers wagesLength of school term in monthsNumber of schoolhousesValue of school propertyAll for 191213
16
School moneys received in 191213
17
Percentage analysis of the school revenue 191213 and expenditure per capita of total population at various periods
18
Progress of school expenditures
19
Payments for school purposes classified by function 191213
20
1 Percentage analysis of school expenditure 2 average annual expense per pupil based on average attendance 3 average daily expense por pupil 4 av...
21
Permanent school funds and school lands 1913
22
STATISTICS OF CITY SCHOOL SYSTEMS 191314
23
Comparative summary of school statistics for the three groups of cities of 10000 population and over
25
Summary of teachers and pupils by sex in city school systems
27
Summary of attendance and personnel
29
Combined summary of attendance and personnel for the four groups of cities of 5000 popu Page lation and over
33
Summary of expenses outlays and other payments for school purposes
34
Combined summary of expenses outlays and other payments for school purposes for the four groups of cities of 5000 population and over
38
Summary of receipts city school systems
39
Summary of teachers and pupils in evening schools
44
Total population and distribution of attendance and personnel in day schools
47
31 116
49
6 798
52
3642
71
20008
78
10 503
79
Aggregate of school census attendance and personnel in day schools
82
16729
86
2797
88
17366
90
2648
92
1116
94
Receipts of city school systems
102
6319
105
20 394
112
1457
117
5041
122
Expenses outlays and other payments for school purposes
133
3484
136
11339
141
3680
149
31657
152
3318
155
622
157
2062
163
Expenses exclusive of general control and outlays for elementary schools
164
3591
171
5729
172
Expenses exclusive of general control and outlays for secondary schools
174
Teachers and pupils in evening schools
184
UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES AND TECHNOLOGICAL SCHOOLS Changes in tabulated list of colleges
191
Number of collegiate and resident graduate students in universities colleges and technological schools from 188990 to 191314
192
Benefactions
193
Number of undergraduate and graduate students in public universities colleges and technological schools
194
Number of undergraduate and graduate students in private universities colleges and technological schools
195
Undergraduate students in universities colleges and technological schools summary
196
Professors and instructors summary
197
Students summary
198
Degrees conferred summary
199
Degrees conferred on women summary
202
Honorary degrees conferred summary
203
Degrees conferred in course and honorary summary
204
Receipts of universities colleges and technological schools
205
524
261
2916
262
Property fellowships and scholarships fees
264
1460
267
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGES Landgrant acts
277
76 415
278
Instructors and students 1914
280
Funds appropriated under acts of Congress of August 30 1890 and March 4 1907
283
Statistics of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
287
Professors instructors and station staff 200
290
Students
293
Undergraduate students in fouryear college courses
298
Students in various courses in colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts for the colored race
300
Number of degrees conferred by colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
301
Value of property
303
Value of additions during the year to equipment
306
Income
308
1354
309
Disbursement of funds received under acts of Congress
312
3827
313
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS General summary
315
Statistics of schools of theology
323
Law
331
Medicine
336
Dentistry
341
Pharmacy
343
Veterinary medicine
346
1294
352
604
360
327
367
SUMMER SCHOOLS IN 1914
381
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOLS
407
17076
414
11070
420
Summaries of private high schools and academies Tables 1525
425
85
426
1729
427
838
435
Summaries of public and private high schools combined Tables 2635
439
3351
440
1584
442
4314
447
COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS SCHOOLS
449
165
450
1546
456
Commercial and business schools reporting in 191314
462
4000
487
STATISTICS OF SCHOOLS FOR NEGROES
491
1007
497
STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS
505
Income of State industrial schools 191314
511
Statistics of State industrial schoolsSchool attendance value of property receipts
518
Tables 15 Summaries of public schools for the blind
525
Tables 711 Summaries of State schools for the deaf
534
Statistics of State schools for the deaf
540
Statistics of private schools for the deaf
546
32516
552
Summary of public day schools and classes for backward and subnormal children
553
7000
559
Special institutions for backward and nervous children
560

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