Annual Report, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1896
 

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PART I
3
Oklahoma 1245
4
Consolidated Statistics of State and City Common School Systems p
7
Statistics of property receipts and expenditures of public schools of cities of over 8000 inhabit
26
STATISTICAL REVIEW OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
33
List of cities from which no recent school data have been received 1814
36
Students and studies
43
Equipment and income
49
Distribution of students
51
Public and private secondary students
61
Tables 37 Students pursuing certain studies
67
Schools instructors and students
74
Equipment and income
81
Tables 2124 Summary of statistics of public and private high schools
88
STATISTICAL REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATION
97
Statistics for 189293 of private secondary schools which failed to report in 189394 2008
124
Colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts
134
Technological schools 2014
140
Normal schools
146
Educational statistics and movements
165
Evening schools
171
Industrial schools and juvenile crime
182
Education in France p 187
187
Primary schools classification and supply
189
Training of teachers
197
Retrospective view of the Bureaus publications on the subject since 1889
203
The commonschool teachers of Prussia
225
History and development of the commonschool system of Berlin 215
245
Attendance in secondary schools for boys in Germany
298
Bibliography of German books on history of education
306
German bibliography of the history and methods of arithmetic
314
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION IN ITALY
325
The administration of public instruction
332
Secondary classical schools
348
The universities
358
Schools of dentistry 2051
361
Miscellaneous schools
368
A PRELIMINARY LIST OF AMERICAN LEARNED AND EDUCATIONAL SOCIETIES
374
Summary and conclusion
378
EDUCATION IN RUSSIA
385
Schools for training nurses 2056
389
General supervision of schools
391
History
505
Difference between clementary and secondary studies
513
Correlation by synthesis of studies
520
Methods and organization
529
Tho organization of city school systems
543
VERBATIM REPORTS OF RECITATIONS IN ARITHMETIC AND LANGUAGE IN
557
Reports of recitations in language
595
CHAPTER XV
617
Introduction The American common school
639
The beginnings of the American common school in New England 618
674
Popular education in the Central American colonies before the Revolution
694
The epoch of the Revolution and establishment of the National Government 17751800
708
CHAPTER XVII
739
NAME REGISTER
773
Presidents of colleges for males and of coeducational colleges of liberal arts
781
PART II
791
The Teaching of Agriculture address by William T Harris United States Commissioner
804
CHAPTER III
819
Geography geology and mineralogy 1536
821
ED 941
845
Statistics of colleges in which geology is taught length of time equipment etc
852
Summary of statistics of colleges in which geology is taught
870
Page
877
The organization of manual training schools
909
The Mechanic Arts High School of Boston 017
917
Mechanic Arts High School Boston Mass 017
918
Manual Training High School Denver Colo
920
Manual Training High School of Louisville Ky
926
Mannal Training High School Louisville Ky
926
Cost per pupil per year
934
Occupations of graduates of the Baltimore Manual Training School
949
Landing the first tame reindeer in Alaska 1455
961
Theological seminaries
973
Schools of theology 2060
978
Nurse training
988
Law schools
994
CHAPTER VIII
1019
Statistics of schools for the education of the colored race
1027
Bibliography of negro education
1038
Introductory notes 1003
1044
Tennesseo 1140
1052

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