Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1901 - Education
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Contents

Total enrollment in schools and colleges
ix
The average amount of schooling per inhabitant
xviii
Laws relating to temperance instruction
xxv
Medical inspection of schools abroad
xxxi
Education in Italy
xli
Iliteracy of the voting population
xlvii
The educational problem in England
liv
Correspondence schools
lxi
School supervision By Clarence A Brodeur
556
The Brothers of the Christian schools in the United States
566
Rural school libraries By IIenry Sabin
579
Methods in use of accrediting schools address By Prof A S Whitney
584
The kindergarten ideal of nurture By Susan E Blow
594
Biographical notice of Joseph Le Conte By S B Christy
602
Addresses delivered at ihe Johns Hopkins University celebration
609
Addresses at the installation of President Butler of Columbia University
622

Total population school population and adult male population
lxvii
Average daily attendance
lxxv
School coneys received
lxxxiii
Wealth and school expenditure
xci
LEGAL PROVISIONS GOVERNING THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
xcvii
GENERAL LAWS RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL LANDGRANT
1
Arizona
11
California
21
Colorado
27
Florida
42
Sw3dES
52
Indiana
60
Kansas
70
Louisiana
82
Delaware
87
FRANKLINS INFLUENCE IS AMERICAN EDUCATIOS BY FRANCIS NEWTON THORPE
91
The law of living
135
Three interpreters
156
Proposals relating to the education of youth in Pennsylvania
182
THE COLLEGEBRED NEGRO
191
Early training
197
Graduates of a single typical college
205
Is the college training of negroes necessary?
219
FRANCIS WAYLAND PARKER AND HIS WORK FOR EDUCATION
231
Address on the Quincy movement By Nicholas Murray Butler 2412
245
THE WORK OF CERTAIN NORTHERN CITURCITES IN THE EDUCATION OF
285
The Freedmens Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church
293
The Presbyterian Church Northern
300
The Baptist Church of the Northern States
307
Hawaii Idaho Illinois
320
NECROLOGY FOR 1899 1900 AND 1961
339
EDUCATION IN CANADA
423
Conspectus of the system of Ontario 127
438
Nova Scotia
446
Manitoba
454
Newfoundland 401
461
The Transvaal Colony
467
CHAPTER X
481
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS ABROAD
509
The first American public school By W A Nowry
511
Duties of school physicians
522
Accrediting systems of different State universities
529
Supervision in Massachusetts
550
Free textbooksbenefits objections and cost
632
Technical education in Germany By V C Alderson 610
642
Raising the normal school standard 618
648
Higher standard for high school teachers
654
More women desired on college faculties
661
EDUCATION IN FRANCE
667
Primary cducation
673
Agencies complementary to the school
679
Secondary education
685
Higher education
698
Admission of foreign students to French universities
708
CHAPTER XVI
721
EDUCATION IN ITALY
741
The Baccelli bill for the reiorm of superior education in Italy 707
767
ILLITERACY OF THE VOTING POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES Prepared under direction
789
CHAPTER XIX
819
Introductory remarks
837
German chambers of commerce and commercial education
857
Antwerp geographical exhibition
863
Private schools in Prussia
869
Educational notes from Siberia
881
HENRY BARNARD
887
Istablishment of the office of the Commissioner of Education of the United States and Henry
901
LENGTH OF THE COLLEGE COURSE
927
OXFORD UNIVERSITY
949
llistory of the University of Oxford By John W Hoyt
960
The Bodleian tercentenary By J B Firth
990
EDUCATION IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 1902
1001
The education law of 1902
1013
Local school adininistration under the new education law from speech of Mr James
1026
The new education act at work By T J Macnamara
1035
Relation of the new English law to the province of sccondary education 1011
1048
Higher education in Great Britain and Ireland
1063
Instruction by correspondence in early periods
1069
CHILD STUDY IN CHICAGO
1095
Rate of annual increase in growth and development
1101
Righthandedness
1108
School desks
1115
Memory investigation
1129
EDUCATION IN RUSSIA
1139
Arranged by States
1147
Presidents of colleges for men and of coeducational colleges
1162
Presidents of colleges for women
1168

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