Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1908 - Education
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Contents

Buildings property receipts and expenditures of public schools of cities
626
Enrollment in kindergartens and in elementary grades in certain cities
652
Enrollment by years in high schools and total enrollment in kindergartens and in high
664
Evening schools in cities
672
Population school enrollment and attendance In cities and villages 077
697
Enrollment In kindergartens and In elementary grades in certain cities and villages
718
Enrollment by years In high schools total enrollment in kindergartens in high schools
730
Universities Colleges and Technological Schools
737
Finances and property of colleges or women Division B 848
738
Summary of undergraduate and graduate students In public universities colleges
750
Summary of bachelors degrees conferred on men by universities colleges etc
757
Summary of Income of universities colleges etc
763
Table 13 Summary ol degrees conferred by colleges for women Division B
770
Professors and students in universities colleges etc
782
Tablo OS Finances of universities colleges etc
806
Professors and students in colleges for women Division A
840
funds
866
Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges General statement
869
Students
871
Property
872
Endowment of August 30 1890
873
Summary of legislation 1907
874
New buildings
888
Changes in course of study
891
Courses of study
892
Colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts endowed by acts of Congress approved July 2 18C2 and August 30 1S90
903
Professors and students
906
Undergraduates In fouryear college courses
909
Students In short and special courses and graduates
911
Students in industrial courses In institutions for colored students
913
Value of property
914
Income
917
Disbursement of funds received under an act of Congress approved August 30 1890
920
Value of additions to equipment
923
Professional Schools General view
925
Distribution of medical students
927
Dental schools
931
Usefulness and need of the smaller medical schools
932
Requirements for the practice of medicine
933
Requirements for the practice of dentistry
938
General summary of professional schools
944
Distribution of professional students
945
Summary of schools of theology
946
Summary of schools of law
948
Summary of schools of medicine
950
Summary of schools of dentistry
952
Summary of schools of pharmacy
953
Schools of theology
956
Schools of law 98
968
Schools of medicine
978
Schools of dentistry
990
Table 95a Schools of pharmacy
992
Tablo 95b Schools cf veterinary medicine
996
Normal Schools General statistical review
999
Public normal schools
1000
Private normal schools
1002
Summary of public normal schools and instructors
1003
Summary of students In public normal schools 1X4 Table 98 Summary of enrollment In public normal schools
1005
Summary of Income of public normal schools
1006
Summary of Income expenditures and property of public normal schools 100S Table 101 Public appropriations for support
1009
Public appropriations for buildings and improvements
1010
Summary of private normal schools and instructors
1011
Summary of students in private normal schools
1012
Summary of enrollment in private normal schools
1013
Summary of income of private normal schools
1014
Summary of income expenditures and property of private normal schools
1016
Comparison of public and private normal schools
1017
Normal students in universities colleges and high schools
1018
Distribution of students pursuing teachers training courses
1019
Public high schools in cities
1056
Public high schools outside of cities
1057
Average number of students to a teacher and average site of public high schools
1058
Distribution of students by grades in public high schools
1059
Percentage classification of students by grades In public high schools
1060
Property income etc of public high schools
1061
Private high schools and academies instructors and students lOQ Table 123 Graduates and college preparatory students In private academies
1064
Proportion of boys of girls and of graduates in private academies
1065
Enrollment of students by grade In private academies
1066
Percentage classification by grade of students in private academies
1067
Denominational and nonsectarian private academies
1068
Continuation of Table 127 HT9
1070
Average size of secondary schools pupils to a teacher etc
1072
Secondary schools for boys only for girls only and for both sexes
1073
Distribution of pupils in the several classes of secondary schools
1074
Continuation of Table 132
1078
Manual and Industrial Training General statistical review
1079
Number of cities in whose public schools manual training was given in certain years
1081
List of cities in whose public schools manual training was given In 19067
1082
Summary of instructors and students
1087
Classification of students undergoing manual and industrial training
1088
Summary of Instructors and students
1089
Summary of manual and industrial training schools
1090
Summary of property and expenditures
1091
Tables 142 143 144 145 Summary of manual and industrial training schools of high school grade 1894 to 1906 inclusive
1092
Manual and industrial training schools
1096
Industrial schools for Indian children
1110
Commercial and Business Schools Statistical review
1117
Summary of schools Instructors and students
1119
Summary of students in day and in night courses
1120
Summary of students and graduates in commercial courses and students in English course
1121
Summary of students and graduates in amanuensis course and students in telegraphy
1122
General statistical review
1123
Summary of schools for the training of professional nurses class A
1124
Summary of schools for the training of professional nurses class B
1125
General statistical review
1127
School enrollment of whites and of negroes in 16 former slave States and the District of Columbia
1128
Summary of teachers and students in public high schools
1129
Summary of teachers and students in secondary and higher schools
1130
Secondary and higher schools
1132
Reform Schools
1141
General statistical review 1 111
1142
Summary of inmates of State reformatories and industrial schools
1145
Parentage of inmates
1146
Population of reformatories etc and education thereof
1147
Training of inmates of reformatories etc
1148
Summary of income of reformatories etc
1149
Summary of property and expenditures of reformatories etc
1150
Inmates of industrial and reform schools
1152
General statistical review
1165
Summary of State schools for the blind
1166
Summary of enrollment in schools for the blind
1167
Summary of instruction in music and in the industries in schools for the blind
1168
Summary of property of schools for the blind
1169
Summary of expenditures of schools for the blind
1170
State schools for the blind
1172
Summary of Instructors and pupils In State institutions for the deaf
1176
Summary of enrollment by grades in State institutions for the deaf
1177
Summary of graduates pupils learning speech and pupils In industrial departments In State institutions for the deaf
1178
Summary of property of State Institutions for the deaf
1179
Summary of expenditures of State institutions for the deaf
1180
General summary of public and private schools for the deaf
1181
State schools for the deaf
1182
Table ISO Public day schools for the deaf
1186
Private schools for the deaf
1192
State Institutions for the feebleminded
1193
Private schools for the feebleminded
1198
Summary of enrollment in kindergartens and in the several elementary grades in certain
1206

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Page 844 - Territory shall be twenty-five thousand dollars to be applied only to instruction in agriculture, the mechanic arts, the English language and the various branches of mathematical, physical, natural and economic science, with special reference to their applications in the industries of life, and to the facilities for such instruction...
Page 911 - All laws in force in the Territory of Oklahoma at the time of the admission of the State into the Union, which are not repugnant to this Constitution and which are not locally inapplicable, shall be extended to and remain in force in the State of Oklahoma until they expire by their own limitation or are altered or repealed by law.
Page 854 - SECTION 1. There shall be assessed in the year nineteen hun- One-temh miii dred one and each year thereafter, upon the taxable property """"" ' of the State, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization in the year nineteen hundred one and each five years thereafter, for the use and maintenance of the Michigan Agricultural College...
Page 913 - Territory for a period of at least five years upon the certificate of the board of dental examiners or a like board of the State or Territory in which such dentist was a practitioner, certifying his competency and that he is of good moral character, and upon the payment of twenty-five dollars.
Page 727 - Pennsylvania South Atlantic Division: Delaware Maryland District of Columbia Virginia West Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia. Florida South Central Division: Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Texas Arkansas Oklahoma...
Page 854 - University in like manner as the interest on the university fund is paid to the treasurer of said board ; and the regents of the University shall make an annual report to the governor of the State of all the receipts and expenditures of the...
Page 849 - The said department shall consist of three commissioners to be appointed by the governor, with the consent of the senate, for a term of six years, one of the members to be a civil engineer.
Page 865 - Established a course of study in architecture leading to the degree of bachelor of science and a three-year course in veterinary medicine leading to the degree of doctor of veterinary medicine. Established a separate and independent professorship in animal industry. Colorado Agricultural College. — Established a three-year course in veterinary science, to take effect September, 1907; the two-year practical courses in agriculture and domestic science lengthened from three months to five months;...
Page 909 - Kentucky. — Diploma of a reputable medical college and an examination (fee, $10), but "all students who are matriculated in any medical or ostéopathie college in this Commonwealth on or before February 1, 1904, and shall have graduated prior to September 1, 1907, and make application to the board prior to January, 1908, shall receive certificates without examination.
Page 915 - State of the United States, showing that he or she has been a licensed practitioner of dentistry in that State for at least five years just previous.

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