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, 1916 - Education
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Contents

STATISTICAL SURVEY OF EDUCATION FOR THE YEARS
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Average number of years of 200 days attendance at public schools for each individual as indicated by the school statistics for the years named
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Estimated school enrollment by age groups
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Progress of elementarygrade enrollment for eight years
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School enrollment and estimated cost
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Giſts and bequests to education from 1871 to 1915
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Distribution of teachers for four periods
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Students in certain studies in public high schools since 1890
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Receipts of city school systems
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2854
184
4061
190
7836
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Expenses outlays and other payments for school purposes
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3196
217
367
223
1 406
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Students in certain studies in private high schools since 1890
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Students in certain studies in public and private high schools combined
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Statistics of publicschool kindergartens
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Kindergartens other than public
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State commonschool statistics of the South
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Progress of school enrollment and expenditure in the South
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SURVEY FOR THE YEAR 1916
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Pupils and students of all grades in both public and private schools and colleges
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Students receiving higher instruction
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Summary by grades
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Average number of years of 200 days attendanco at public schools for each individual as indicated by the schools statistics for the years named
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Progress of elementary grade enrollment for eight years
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Gifts and bequests to education in 19111916
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Distribution of teachers for four periods
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Kindergarten statistics
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Statistics of publicschool kindergartens
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Kindergartens other than public
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State commonschool statistics of the South
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STATE SCHOOL SYSTEMS 1915 AND 1916
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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 191415
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Per cent of the total population enrolled in the common schools at different dates
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The school enrollment average daily attendance and aggregate number of days attended
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The average daily attendance at various periods and its relation in 191415 to the enroll
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Number and sex of teachers
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ment
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Assessed value and school expenditure 1902 and 1912
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Total population and school population
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The average daily attendance at various periods and its relation to the enrollment
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Payments for school purposes classified by function
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Summary of teachers and pupils by sex in city school systems
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Percentage of entolled pupils in average attendance
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Expenditure per capita for pupils in average attendance
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Combined summary of receipts for the four groups of cities of 5000 population and over
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Total population and distribution of attendance and personnel in day schools
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118
117
143
102
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Aggregate of school census attendance and personnel in day schools
152
1981
160
2845
168
4859
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Expenses exclusive of general control and outlays for elementary schools
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1549
241
213 466
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Expenses exclusive of general control and outlays for secondary schools
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Teachers and pupils in evening schools
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technological schools
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AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGES 191516
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Lands and libraries of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
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Undergraduate students in fouryear college courses
385
Value of additions during the year to equipment
393
187
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Disbursement of funds received under acts of Congress approved Aug 30 1890 and
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PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS IN 191516
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General summary 445
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North Atlantic Division
414
Summary of statistics of schools for the training of professional nurses
415
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424
Instructors and students
447
638
449
Review of public normal school statistics
453
Instructors and students in public normal schools
459
Instructors and students in private normal schools
474
Summer schools reporting sessions held in 1916
482
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOLS
3322
7
697
16
1280
CHAPTER XCOMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS SCHOOLS
3573
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STATISTICS OF SCHOOLS FOR NEGROES
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STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS
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35
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Statistical summaries 625
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SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND AND DEAF
Includes students in public high schools private high schools and academies and in preparatory
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General statement 645
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Summaries of State schools for the deaf Table 711 655
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Statistics of public day schools for the deat Table 14 665
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Including schools of dentistry pharmacy and voterinary medicine
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Summaries of State and private schools for the ſeelleminded Tables 14 671
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Statistics of public day schools and classes ſor backward and subnormal children Table 7 679

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