Educational Administration: Quantitative Studies

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Contents

The Social and Ecomonic Status of Pupils
69
PART II
75
The Causes and Conditions of Efficiency in Teaching
77
men
86
The Social and Economic Status of Teachers
100
Race and nativity of American women teachers
101
Summary of tables 24 and 25
102
Relation of parental income to the years of training of men teachers
103
Relation of parental income to beginning age for men teachers
104
The Supervision of Special Subjects
107
Percentages of cities employing supervisors of special subjects
108
Distribution by sex of supervisors of special subjects 1908
109
Differences in the division of responsibility
110
Median annual salaries of supervisors of special subjects 1908
111
The Teaching Staff of Secondary Schools in the United States
113
secondary school teachers
127
Salaries of public and private school teachers compared
131
The Influence of the Sex Balance of the Teaching Staff upon High School Enrollment
132
The sex balance in high schools
133
The sex balance in high schools
134
The sex balance in high schools
139
Changes in the sex balance in high schools
142
Changes in the sex balance in high schools
143
PART III
147
The Elementary School Curriculum
149
American schools
152
1868 1888 1904
154
1868 1888 1904
155
English cities
156
English cities
157
German cities
158
German cities
159
American cities 1911
160
Time allotment for arithmetic and algebra
161
Time allotment for arithmetic and algebra 1890 and 191
162
Time allotment for manual training 1911
163
Size of School as a Conditioning Factor in Secondary Education
165
Frequency of different sizes of teaching staff in American high schools
168
Frequency of different sizes of student body in American high schools
169
Relation of size of high school to public support by States
172
The Inefficiency of College Entrance Examinations
176
year
186
Relation of standing in entrance examination to standing in college Sopho more year
187
The Studies Actually Taken for the A B Degree
188
Studies actually taken for the A B degree Columbia
191
Studies actually taken for the A B degree Harvard
193
Studies actually taken for the A B degree Stanford
195
Studies actually taken for the A B degree Wesleyan
197
School Records and Reports
250
The distribution of teachers salaries
259
Sample agegrade table
260
Sample attendance table
261
City School Expenditures
267
Analyzed budgets in percentages
278
Itemized cost per pupil
279
Itemized cost per pupil
283
Itemized cost per pupil
287
Itemized cost per pupil
288
Variability in cost of education
293
Variations among cities in the several items of the budget
296
Variation among cities in the several items of the budget
297
Variation among cities in the several items of the budget
300
Variation among cities in the several items of the budget
301
Variation among cities in the several items of the budget
303
TABtE PAGE ioo The relation between amount spent for salaries of janitors and for teaching and supervision
314
City expenditures in terms of deviations from the central tendency
321
City expenditures in terms of deviations from the central tendency
322
General tendencies in school budgets
325
104 Fiscal relations
328
Variations in total cost related to the amount of separate items in the school budget
330
Fiscal relations
334
The stability of the various items of the budget
337
Fiscal relations
339
The salaries of teachers and the cost of living
341
in The salaries of teachers and the cost of living
342
Expense in relation to enrollment
346
Expenditures for Schools in Relation to Other Municipal Expendi
352
Analyzed city budgets
354
Analyzed city budgets
358
Measures of variability
359
Variability in city budgets
360
Relations of various items of city budgets
361
Relations of various items of city budgets
362
Relations of various items of city budgets
363
Variability in city revenues
365
Distribution of ratios of school expenses to population
367
The Apportionment of School Funds
368
Wealth of Massachusetts counties per census child five to fifteen
373
Tax rate and amount of money produced per pupil
374
Valuation per census child and per school for Fairfield County Connecti cut
375
Inequalities existing in the State of Missouri
376
Inequalities existing in the State of California
377
A comparison of wealth tax rate and cost of schools by counties
378
The relation of the number of teachers and of children to the whole popula tion
379
table page
387
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