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Elementary instruction-absence of information, 416.
Training of teachers-State normal schools, 416, teachers' institutes, 416. (See Table III.)
Secondary instruction-public high schools, 417; other secondary schools, 417. (See Table VI.)
Superior instruction-University of Vermont, 417: other colleges, 417, 418; college for women, 418;

statistics of colleges, 418. (See Tables VIII, IX.)
Scientific and professional instruction-scientific, 418; medical, 418; statistics of scientific and med.

ical schools, 419. (See Tables X, XIII.)
Special instruction-home for destitute children, 419.
State Teachers' Association, 419, 420.

Chief school official, 420.
Victoria: Education in, cxliii.
Vienna Exhibition in 1873 cliii, cliv.
Virginia, State of :
Summary of statistics-school population and attendance, 421 ; teachers and their pay, 421 ; schools

and school property, 422; income and expenditure, 422; superintendents of schools, 422, 423; pri.

vate school statistics, 423.
School system of the State-provisions of the constitution, 423, 424; of the school law, 424, 425.
Elementary instruction-educational condition, 426 ; summary of reports, 426 ; appropriations from

Peabody fund, 427. (See Table I.)
City school systems, 427, 428. (See Table II.)
Training of teachers-normal schools, 428 ; teachers' institutes, 428; educational journal, 428. (See

Table III.)
Secondary instruction-public high schools, 429; other secondary schools, 429; preparatory schools

and departments, 429; business college, 429. (See Tables IV, VI, VII.)
Superior instruction-University of Virginia, 429 ; other colleges, 430, 431; colleges for women, 431;

statistics of colleges, 432. (See Tables VIII, IX.)
Scientific and professional instruction--science, 432, 433; law, 434; melicine, 434; theology, 434;

statistics of professional schools, 435. (See also Tables X, XI, XII, XIII.)
Special instruction-education of the deaf and dumb and the blind, 435. (See Tables XIX, XX.)
Educational convention, 436.
List of school officials, 436, 437.

Washington City: Schools of. (See District of Columbia.)
Washington, Territory of:
Statistical summary-school population and attendance, 515; teachers, 515; schools, 515; income

and expenditure, 515.
School system, 515.
Elementary instruction-progress, 516 ; Government aid to education in the Territories, 516; multi-

plicity of text books, 516 ; compulsory education, 516. (See Table I.)
Secondary and superior instruction- Washington Territorial University, 517; Holy Angels College,

517; statistics of, 517.
List of school officials, 517.
Watertown, New York: Schools of, 298.
West Des Moines, Iowa: Schools of, 118.
West Virginia, State of:
Statistical summary-school population and attendance, 438; teachers and their pay, 438; schools

and school property, 438 ; income and expenditure, 438.
School system of the State--provisions of the constitution, 438, 439 ; of the school law, 439, 440.
Elementary instruction--absence of information,

441; Peabody fund allowance, 441; proposed amend-
ments of the school law, 441, 442. (See Table I.)
City school system, 443. (See Table II.)
Training of teachers-State normal schools, 444 ; other normal schools, 444; teachers' institutes, 444 ;

educational journal, 444. (See Table III.)
Secondary instruction-public high schools, 444; private secondary schools, 445; college preparatory

students, 445. (See Tables VI, VII.)
Superior instruction-State university, 445; other colleges, 445; colleges for women, 445; statistics

of colleges, 446. (See Tables VIII, IX.)
Special instruction-of the deaf and dumb and the blind, 446. (Tables XIX, XX.)
Educational convention, 416, 447.

List of school officials, 447.
Wheeling, West Virginia: Schools of, 443.
Whittemore, Edward C.: Obituary of, 96.
Wilmington, Delaware : Schools of, 61.
Wisconsin, State of:
Summary of statistics-school population and attendance, 448; teachers and their pay, 448; schools

and school-houses, 448; income and expenditure, 448; educational productive funds and incomes,

449.
School system of the State-provisions of the constitution, 449 ; of the school law, 449-451.
Elementary instruction-remarks on the statistics, 451 ; educational progress, 451, 452 ; supervision,

452, 453 ; proposed scheme for a State system of public schools, 453; compulsory attendance, 433;
free text books, 453 ; libraries, 453, 454; Kindergärten, 454. (See Tables I, V.)
City school systems, 454. (See Table II.)
Training of teachers-State normal schools, 454, 455; institutes, 455, 456 ; educational journal, 456.

(See Table III.)
Secondary instruction-township high schools, 456; academies and seminaries, 456; preparatory de-

partments, of colleges, 456; business colleges, 457; preparatory school, 457. (See Tab es IV, VI,

VII.)
Superior instruction-State university, 457 ; other colleges, 457, 458; colleges for women, 458; sta-

tistics of colleges, 458. (See Tables VIII, IX.)
Scientific and professional instruction-science, 459; theology, 459 ; law, 459; statistics of profes-

sional schools, 459. (See Tables X, XI, and XII.)

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