The Report of a Survey of the Public Schools of the District of Columbia, Conducted Under the Auspices of the Chairmen of the Subcommittees on District of Columbia Appropriations of the Respective Appropriations Committees of the Senate and House of Representatives

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supervisory officers
124
School pay rolls
136
Administration of business affairsContinued
139
Adequacy of items available for ordering on standard lists
170
schools
196
Custodialengineering manpower allotments in Washington D C
203
533
204
544
205
Fuel used in Washington school buildings in 1944 and 1948
212
Annual consumption of coal in tons by 12 Washington schools using
218
Table Page 23 Broken glass replaced
223
Glass replacementelementary buildings
224
Kilowatt hours of electricity
229
Request form for repairs
232
Repair and maintenance expenditures
233
Scores of cutodialengineering service
237
Form of registration for employment
240
participation for the month of November 1948
278
Percentage of food expenditures for November 1948_
279
participation based on cafeteria total income for November 1948
281
District of Columbla national schoollunch programAnalysis of 34 Income and percentage of distribution for food labor and profit fiscal year 194748...
282
Age distribution of currently used school buildings 194748 white
299
Elementary schools with parttime pupils as of September 15 1948
301
Prospective yearly enrollments white schools 19491960
305
Prospective yearly enrollments white and colored schools 194960
306
Total school enrollments
307
Proportion of school enrollments to total population
308
Population and elementary school enrollment zone 1
310
Population and elementary school enrollment zone 3
311
Population and elementary school enrollment zone 6
312
Population and elementary school enrollment zone 9
313
Population and elementary school enrollment zone 12
314
StrayerEngelhardt score card for high school buildings
316
Senior high school buildingsColored and vocational schools Colored
318
Junior high school buildingsColored
320
SitesSenior vocational and junior high schools
321
StrayerEngelhardt score card for elementary schools
324
Elementary school buildings White
326
Elementary schools white grouped on basis of sitein acres
328
Elementary school buildingsColored
329
Flementary schools colored grouped on basis of sitein acres
331
Critical housing dataSenior high schools white
332
Critical housing dataVocational high schools white
336
Opportunity school
337
Critical housing dataJunior high schools white
340
Critical housing dataJunior high schools celored
343
Critical housing dataElementary schocls white zone 1
350
Critical housing dataFlementary schools white zone 2
351
Critical housing dataElementary schools white zone 4
352
Critical housing data Flementary schools white zone 6
353
Table Page 85 Critical housing dataElementary schools white zone 8
354
Critical housing dataElementary schools white zone 11
355
Critical housing dataElementary schools white zone 14
356
Critical housing dataElementary schools colored zone 2
357
Critical housing dataElementary schools colored zone 4
360
Critical housing dataElementary schools colored zone 6
361
Critical housing dataElementary schools colored zone 8
362
Critical housing dataElementary schools colored zone 10
363
Available classrooms for elementary pupilsWhite
365
Available classrooms for elementary pupilsColored
366
Available classrooms for junior high pupilsWhite
367
Available classrooms for junior high pupilsColored
368
Administration buildings
370
vocational and junior high schoolsWhite
375
schools White
376
schoolsColored
377
Summary of estimated costs
378
Elementary schools to be rehabilitatedWhite
379
Elementary schoolseducation of childrenContinued Page
386
Size of elementary school buildings as indicated by number of class rooms
387
Distribution of elementary school children and percentage of attend ance October 22 1948
388
Total enrollment by grades October 22 1948
389
Elementary schools distribution of professional staff October
390
Staff officers working in elementary schools
391
Distribution of intelligence quotients by divisions 19 194748
415
Intelligence quotients and mental ages of colored elementary school children grades 16
416
Percent of children not promotedElementary schools 194748
421
1
444
Percent of schools rated superior good fair and poor
458
Comparison of results of October 1944 and October 19463A and 3B grades
460
Number of psychiatric pupils in the elementary schools 146 Number of psychiatric pupilsClassified by antisocial acts 147 Enrollments in junior high ...
544
Enrollments in senior high schools193848
545
Enrollments in subject fields194748
546
Agegrade distribution of junior high school pupils October 1947
547
Percentage of failuresjunior and senior high schools 194748_ 156 Reading levels of 7A pupils divisions 19 fall 1948_ 157 Reading levels of 7A pup...
559
The curriculum of the junior high schools 161 Suggested curriculum for junior high schools
572
162
573
Subjects offered in senior high schools and credit allowed 163 Curricula offered in Armstrong Technical High School
577
Automotive curriculum Armstrong Technical High School 165 Types of curricula in senior high schools
578
166
579
The curriculum of Dunbar High School
580
Business training in Roosevelt High School 168 Preengineering curriculum in McKinley High School 169 Courses and enrollments in vocational hig...
583
170
595
Suggested plan of administrative organization
615
Responsibilities of administrative officers in senior high schools 172 Class size in secondary schools
624
Standards suggested for school libraries
636
Age distribution of the population
648
Vocational educationContinued Page
660
Organization for elementary school guidance
701
Organization of the bureau of school medical inspection
730
Card to parentsNo dental defects
741
Pupils replies on 450 questionnaires 176 Problems reported by pupilsGrades 712 in 1964 compositions 177 Work of school dental clinics
743
Services per dentisthour in selected dental clinics 179 Services in selected dental clinics
744
Permanent teeth
747
Proposed organization for the administration of health and physical
764
Health education physical education and recreationCon Page
766
Distribution of ages of permanent and probationary teachers
770
Recommended facilities for physical education and recreation
772
Space supplies and apparatus needed for school playgrounds
773
The organization of the board of recreation
788
Recommended outdoor facilities for playgroundsjunior high school 184 Recommended outdoor facilities for playgrounds senior high school 185 C...
790
Recreation planning relations
794
Organization for health and physical education at Miner Teachers
801
Growth in nightschool enrollment 191011 and 191718
809
Vocational courses carried by veterans in private schools November 1948
810
Table Page 191 Part of day by veterans in private schools
811
Costs for adult education 194647 194748
812
Enrollment in adult classes divisions 19 194748 194849
813
110
814
Enrollment in adult classes divisions 1013 194849
815
LIST OF MAPS
850
Teacher examination results Wilson
883
Trends in expenditures for District of Columbia schools 193048
894
170
895
Per pupil costs 193048
897
pared with median of 20 largest cities
900
Expenditures for administration
903
tion
904
559
905
Expenditures for instruction
906
Expenditures per pupil in average daily attendance for instruction
907
Expenditures for operation of plant
910
buildings
911
577
913
582
915
of buildings
918
Expenditures for auxiliary services
922
Expenditures per pupil in average daily attendance for auxiliary services
923
Expenditures for fixed charges
925
Increases in expenditures 194048
927
Number of employees and salary payments 194048
929
624
931
Pupilteacher ratio
932
743
935
Cost of supplies and materials 934
935
772
935
773
935
Appropriations for 1949 compared with expenditures for 1948
937
790
938
809
941
Estimated cost of operating the District of Columbia school system on three levels of efficiency
949
Trends in assessed valuation of taxable property income payments to individuals and general fund tax collection
956
Percentages of general fund revenues from tax collections and Federal grants appropriated for schools 194048
957
171
958
Assessed valuation of property and property tax rates compared with 19 cities over 300000 population 1947
961
in fulltime day schools and ratio of current operating expense for schools to assessed valuation of property compared with 19 cities over 300000 pop...
962
Sources of revenue in the general fund 194849
964
Revenues and appropriations on account of the general fund 194649
966
Budget estimates and appropriations for fiscal years 1944 to 1950
972
8A Distribution of elementary schoolsColoredBased on recom
973

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226 페이지 - It Is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress, as a measure of national security, to safeguard the health and well-being of the Nation's children and to encourage the domestic consumption of nutritious agricultural commodities and other food, by assisting the States, through grantsin-aid and other means, in providing an adequate supply of foods and other facilities for the establishment, maintenance, operation, and expansion of nonprofit school-lunch programs.
xxii 페이지 - The board shall determine all questions of general policy relating to the schools, shall appoint the executive officers hereinafter provided for, define their duties, and direct expenditures. All expenditures of public funds for such school purposes shall be made and accounted for as now provided by law under the direction and control of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia.
589 페이지 - Provide an opportunity through library experiences for boys and girls to develop helpful interests, to make satisfactory personal adjustments, and to acquire desirable social attitudes. 5.
589 페이지 - Introduce pupils to community libraries as early as possible and cooperate with those libraries in their efforts to encourage continuing education and cultural growth. 7.
1 페이지 - The board of education shall annually on the first day of October transmit to the Commissioners of the District of Columbia an estimate in detail of the amount of money required for the public schools for the ensuing year, and said Commissioners shall transmit the same in their annual estimate of appropriations for the District of Columbia, with such recommendations as they may deem proper.
xxii 페이지 - That the control of the public schools of the District of Columbia is hereby vested In a board of education, to consist of nine members, all of whom shall have been for five years immediately preceding their appointment bona fide residents of the District of Columbia, and three of whom shall be women. The members of the board of education shall be appointed by the Supreme Court judges of the District of Columbia for terms of three years each...
378 페이지 - We believe that each child is an individual with needs and interests peculiar to himself. He is the center of the educational process. He should be thought of as a whole — mind, body, and spirit. He should learn to appreciate the privileges and to meet the responsibilities of life. He develops through participation in mental and physical activities and through the satisfactions of real and vicarious experiences in group contacts.
226 페이지 - ... it is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress that these efforts shall be extended, expanded, and strengthened under the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture as a measure to safeguard the health and well-being of the Nation's children...
735 페이지 - I have your letter asking whether the War Department recommends that military drill take the place of physical education in the curriculum of schools and colleges. I assume your question to apply only to the period of the present war and not to periods of peace. The amount of military drill which can be given in schools and colleges can also be given after induction into the Army, in a relatively short period of time, and under the most productive circumstances. A good physical condition, however,...

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