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

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1895
 

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Total population school population adult male population
21
Relation of school population to total population etc
25
Number of pupils enrolled in the common schools at various periods
26
Common school enrollment of 189293 classified by sex
27
Average daily attendance of pupils
28
Average length of school term eto
29
Number and sex of toachers
30
Teachers salaries
31
Schoolhouses and value of school property
32
Public secondary education private schools
33
Receipts of school moneys
34
School revenue compared with adult male population and with school population
35
Progress of school expenditure
36
School expenditures for different purposes
37
Expenditure per pupil etc
38
City school systems
39
Expenditures
42
Summary of statistics of city school systems
45
Summary of enrollment officers teachers
47
School property and expenditures in cities
48
Comparative statistics of city school systems
49
Public high schools and private secondary schools
51
Public high schools instructors and students
54
Students and courses of study
55
Tables 35 Number of students in certain studies
56
Equipment and income
59
Private secondary schools instructors and students
60
Students and courses of study in private secondary schools
61
Tables 911 Number of students in certain studies 02
65
Condensed statistics of public and private secondary schools
66
Number of denominational schools included in the tables of private secondary schools
67
Denominational schools teachers and students GS Table 16 Students in secondary schools each year since 1871
69
Number of colleges for men and of coeducational colleges
70
Summary of professors and instructors
71
Preparation of freshmen
80
Property of universities and colleges
87
Colleges for women Division A 1968
89
Disbursement of the Congressional appropriation to agricultural colleges
96
Summary of statistics of schools of law for 189293
98
Introductory remarks 1225
102
Norial schools
104
Income of public and private normal schools
110
Illiterate male population
145
Illiterate colored population
151
SYSTEM OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN BELGIUM
157
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IN GREAT BRITAIN
205
Movements affecting secondary schools
217
Page
219
Summary of recent measures affecting secondary instruction
225
Decree regulating the course of study and the examinations required for the degree of doctor
235
Present status of the system
246
Education in New Zealand
258
Educational journalism in India
273
Introduction
279
Historical sketch
287
Geography in the modern school
287
Modern methods and devices
289
Personal observations
313
The report of the conference on English by A F Nightingale superintendent of high schools
317
Bibliography
319
Administration
326
Introductory notes 337 Introductory notes
338
Supervision and administration
343
Courses of study 348 Courses of study
353
A plea for special child study by W L Bryan Bloomington Ind
359
Bibliography of child study
385
The educational exhibit at the Worlds Columbian Exposition by Selim H Peabody LL D
445
Normal students in universities and colleges 2014
494
The American system of education by Prof Emil Hausknecht
521
Introductory remarks 1573
532
State institutions for the blind 2056
549
The exhibit of results of manual training by Prof Stephan Waetzoldt
569
The congress and the conference of librarians in Chicago by Constantin Norrenberg
575
The Chicago Exposition by M Jules Steeg
585
The Chicago Exposition and American Science by Jules Violle
593
CHAPTER V
601
Popular education in the United States by Signor Commendatore Luigi Bodio
615
Observations concerning American education by Dr E Österberg of Sweden
624
Studies on the educational exhibits at Chicago by Dr N G W Lagerstedt of Stokholm
630
Notes in regard to the Worlds Congresses by Kirstine Frederiksen Copenhagen
641
CHAPTER VII
657
In the universities of England 1594
673
CHAPTER VI
687
PAPERS PREPARED FOR THE WORLDS LIBRARY CONGRESS
691
Atlaptation of libraries to constituencies by Samuel Swett Green Worcester Mass
698
Aids to library progress by the Government of the United States by A R Spoffordd LL D
704
Heating ventilation and lighting of libraries by Normand S Patton architect Chicago Ill 718 Heating ventilation and lighting of libraries by Normand ...
718
33
747
Statistics of public libraries
756
Los Angeles public library training clars by Tessa L Kelso Los Angeles Cal
764
Sunday opening of libraries by Mary Salome Cutler New York State Library School
771
Statistics of Sunday opening
781
Executive departmentsupervision building finances by F M Crunden St Louis Public
795
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 1613
799
Accession department by G M Jones Salem Mass Public Library
809
Raising the standard 1017
820
Pamphlets by Walter S Biscoe New York State Library
826
Cataloguing by William C Lane librarian Boston Athenæum
835
Museums art galleries and lectures in connection with public libraries by James Bain jr chief
850
Classification by Horace Kephart St Louis Mercantile Library
861
Loan syste by Mary Wright Plumner librarian Pratt Institute Brooklyn
898
Elements of library binding by D V R Johnston New York State Reference Librarian
907
School and college libraries by George T Little librarian of Bowdoin College Brunswick Me
916
Regulations for readers by W H Brett Cleveland Ohio Public Library
939
Reference books by Ernest C Richardson librarian Princeton College
976
Assistance to readers by W E Foster Providence R I Public Librarian
982
Expert annotation of book titles indexing literature other than books by George Iles
994
Indexes and indexing by W I Fletcher librarian of Amherst College
1010
Educational exhibit of Maine
1016
Massachusetts
1022
Harvard University
1034
Effect of lengthening the course 1618
1037
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1057
Connecticut
1063
New York 1009
1069
New Jersey
1076
Maryland
1095
Illinois
1102
Michigan
1109
Minnesota
1122
North Dakota
1129
United States Government exhibit 1114
1148
Progress and extent of temperance education
1155
State institutions for the feebleminded 2061
1159
Exhibits from England Scotland Ireland and Wales
1168
Spring courses of lecturesstudy under a preceptor 1623
1175
France
1179
Italy
1187
Norway Russia
1196
Japan
1202
Turkey
1210
Brazil
1219

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