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, 1915 - Education
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Contents

LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL VII
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Pupils and students of all grades in both public and private schools and colleges 1914
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Disbursement of funds receivod under acts of Congress approved Aug 301890 and Mar
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as indicated by the school statistics for the years named 6
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Estimated school enrollment by age groups in 1914
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Progress of elementary grade enrollment for eight years
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School enrollment and estimated cost in 1914
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Distribution of teachers for four periods
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Expenses exclusive of general control and outlays for secondary schools
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Teachers and pupils in public evening schools
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UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES AND TECHNOLOGICAL SCHOOLS 191415
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Degrees conferred
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Number of undergraduate and graduate students in public universities colleges and technological schools
242
Number of undergraduate and graduate students in private universitics colleges and technological schools
243
Undergraduate students in universities colleges and technological schools
244
Professors and instructors
245

Statistics of publicschool kindergartons for year ending June 30 1915
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STATE COMMONSCHOOL SYSTEMS 191314
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Commonschool statistics of the United States in various years
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Total population and school population
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Compulsory schoolattendance laws
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Percentage analysis of population and per cent of illiterates census of 1910
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Number of pupils enrolled in the common schools at different datesEstimated private school enrollment in 191314
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Per cent of the total population and per cent of the school population enrolled in the com mon schools at different dates
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The school enrollment average daily attendance and aggregate number of days attended 191314
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The average daily attendance at various periods and its relation in 191314 to the enroll ment
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Average length of school term at various periodsAttendance compared with the school population and the enrollment
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Number and sex of teachers in 191314Percentage of men teachers
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Teachers wagesLength of school term in monthsNumber of schoolhousesValue of school propertyall for 191314
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School moneys received in 191314
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Percentage analysis of the school revenue 191314 and expenditure per capita of total population at various periods
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Progress of school expenditurei
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Payments for school purposes classified by function 191314
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1 Percentage analysis of school expenditure 2 average annual expense per pupil based on average attendance 3 average daily expense por pupil 4 av...
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Permanent school funds and school lands 1914
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Wealth and school expenditure 1880 and 1890
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Wealth and school expenditure 1900 and 1904
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Wealth and school expenditure in 1912
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Assessed value and school expenditure 1880 and 1890
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Assessed value and school expenditure 1902 and 1912
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Levies oi ad valorem taxes 1912
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General survey
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Comparative summary of school statistics for the three groups of cities of 10000 population and over
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Summary of teachers and puplis by sex in city school systems
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Combined summary of attendance and personnel for the four groups of cities of 5000 pop ulation and over
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Teachers and pupils by sex in the four groups of cities of 5000 population and over
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Percentage of enrolled pupils in averago attendance
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Summary of expenses outlays and other payments for school purposes
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Combined summary of expenses outlays and other payments for school purposcs for the four groups of cities of 5000 population and over
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Expenditures per captia for pupils in average attendance
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Summary of receipts city school systems
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Combined summary of receipts city school systems for the four groups of cities of 5000
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Summary of teachers and pupils in public evening schools
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Total population and distribution of attendance and personnel in day schools
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Aggregate of school census attendance and personnel in day schools
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Receipts of city school systems
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Expenses outlays and other payments for school purposes
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Expenses exclusive of general control and outlays for elementary schools
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Students
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Students in ongineering courses
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Number of first degrees conferred on men
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Graduate degrees conferred on men
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Degrees conferred on women
250
Honorary degrees conferred
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Summary of degrees conferred
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Receipts
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Property
255
Instructors and students
256
Collegiate students in several departments schools or courses
276
Receipts from all sources
292
Property fellowships and scholarships fees
309
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGES General summary
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Statistics of colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts endowed by acts of Congress approved
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Professors instructors and station staff in colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Students in colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Undergraduate students in fouryear college courses in colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Students in various courses in colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts for the colored race
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Number of degrees conferred by colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Value of property of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Value of additions during the year to equipment of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Income of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Income from thoſund derived from the land grant of 1862 or from land grants made in licu
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Statistics of schools of theology
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PUBLIC AND PRIVATE NORMAL SCHOOLS 191415
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Instructors and students in public normal schoos
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Property and income of public normal schools
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Instructors and students in private normal schools
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General survey
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Summarics of private high schools Tables 1423
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COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS SCHOOLS
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Commercial and business schools reporting in 191415 Table 10
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STATISTICS OF SCHOOLS FOR NEGROES
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Sccondary and higher schoos for the Negro race not including public high schools 191415
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STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS
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Statistical summaries
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SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND AND THE DEAF
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Statistics of public schools for the blind Table 8
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Summary of statistics of public day schools and private schools for the deaf 191415 Table 12
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Statistics of private schools for the deaf 191415 Table 15 044
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Summarics of State and private schools for the focbleminded Tables 14
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Special institutions for backward and nervous children Tables 910
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