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Table 6.—Kindergartens other than -public-school, according to type, 1923—24

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Academies. See High schools, private.

Accrediting associations, regional and national, 6-8.

Administration, city school systems, 31-34.

Administrative officers, State school systems, 361.

Adult education, 273; Federal leadership, 245-246;
foreign-born and native illiterates, 235-246; State
programs, national survey, 239-242.

Aggregate days attendance, State school systems,
358. See also Attendance; Average daily attend-
ance.

Agricultural education, 185-213.

Alabama, child care, high schools, 205; supervision
of rural schools, 69-70.

Alaska, education, 335-339, 343-344; medical relief
of natives, 336; reindeer service, 337-338.

All-year schools, 41-44.

American Association of Dental Schools, 104.

American Association of Teachers Colleges, stand-
ards for accrediting teachers colleges and normal
schools, 7.

American Bar Association, activities, 132-133, 135-
138, 140-141, 145-148; standards for law schools, 8.

American Council of Education, standards for
colleges, 7.

American Dental Association, activities, 96-97.

American Field Service Fellowships for French
Universities, activities, 331.

American Home Economics Association, activities,
211-212.

American Institute of Dental Teachers, activities,
98-99,102.

American Law Institute, establishment, 141.

American Pharmaceutical Association, standards
for pharmaceutical work, 8.

American-Scandinavian Foundation, activities, 331.

Americanization work, 235-238, 461.

Apprenticeship, skilled trades, 174-177.

Arkansas, school support, 57.

Art appreciation, 156-157.

Art education, 153-168.

Association of American Law Schools, activities,
125-126,132-133, 138, 14M48.

Association of American Universities, standards
for colleges, 7.

Association of Land-Grant Colleges, resolutions,
194-195.

Attendance, legislation, 318-319; State school sys-
tems, percentage, 382-383; white and colored pu-
pils, 16 States, 388.

Attendance and personnel, city school systems,
398-399, 402-403.

Average daily attendance, elementary and sec-
ondary school, State school systems, 359.

Average daily attendance and aggregate days
attended, State school systems, 358.

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, first session,

110-111.
Bar admission requirements, standards, 135-138.
Baron de Hirsch Fund, activities, 330.
Benefactions, universities, colleges, and professional

schools, 580-58?.
Better Homes in America, activities, 211-212.
Birmingham, Ala., platoon schools, 37-38.
Blind, schools, enrollment, 343-344.
Bonds, city school systems, 550-573.
Boys' and girls' club work, agricultural education,

190-191.
Briggs, Thomas, on exploratory courses, 49-50.
Brookline, Mass., child care, high schools, 207.
Business, home economics in, 210-211.

California, county supervision, 71.

Capital outlay, State school systems, 378-379.

Carnegie Corporation of New York, activities,
325-326; art education, 168.

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of
Teaching, dental education, 104-105,119; general
activities, 326-327; medical education, 133-134;
standards for colleges, 7, 8.

Catholic Education Association, standards for
colleges, 7.

Certification of teachers, rural schools, 60-63.

Character scoring, colleges and universities, 8-9.

Child care and welfare, status in various States,
205-207.

Churches, and parent-teacher associations, 296-297.

City normal schools. See Normal schools, city.

City school systems, administration, 31-34; all-year
school, 41-44; elementary school curriculum, 46-
48; improvement of teachers in service, 44-46;
junior high schools, 48-52; platoon schools, 37-39;
research and tests, 39-41; statistical survey, 393-
573; teachers' salaries, 34-36. See also State
school systems.

Classics, elective, College of the City of New York,
15.

Cleveland, Ohio, garment-making project, public
schools, 202.

Coffman, President, on intelligence tests, 12.

College Entrance Examination Board, work, 6.

College entrance examinations, 6-8.

College health, 259-260.

College of the City of New York, revision of curric-
ulum, 15.

Colleges and universities. See Universities and
colleges.

Colleges (under city board of education), compara-
tive statistics, 394, 397.

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Colorado State College, standards of admission, 7.

Colwell, N. P., Medical education, 81-94.

Commercial and business schools, enrollment, 343,
346.

Commission for Relief in Belgium Foundation,
activities, 332.

Commonwealth Fund, activities, 333.

Consolidation of schools, legislation, 311; State
school systems, 364. See alto Transportation of
pupils.

Continuation schools, city school systems, compara-
tive statistics, 395.

Cook, Katherine M., Constructive tendencies in
rural education, 53-79.

Corporation schools, factory workers, 183-184.

Correspondence courses, universities, colleges, and
professional schools, students, 268-271, 588.

Cost of education, 344; city school systems, 405;
State school systems, 382-383.

County normal schools. See Normal schools,
county.

County school organization, legislation, 308-310.

County superintendent, legislation, 310-311.

Courses of study, private high schools and acade-
mies, students enrolled, 848-849; public high
schools, enrollment of pupils, 831-834. See also
Curriculum.

Curriculum, colleges and universities, revision,
14-17; dental schools, 113-116; elementary schools,
46-48; medical schools, 90; unification of the
kindergarten and primary, 231-222. See also
Courses of study.

D

Day schools, city school systems, comparative
statistics, 395.

Deaf, schools, enrollment, 343-344.

Defective children, legislation, 321-322.

Deffenbaugh, W. S., Some recent movements in
city school systems, 31-52.

Degrees, universities, colleges, and professional
schools, 18-19, 576, 579-580, 589-594; teachers'
colleges, 761-763.

Delaware, child care and welfare, high schools, 205;
rural school supervision, 72; school support, 57.

Demonstration lessons, Oakland, Calif., 45.

Denominational schools, private high and acade-
mies, 838.

Dental education, progress, 95-103.

Dental Educational Council of America, activities,
100-104.

Dental Faculties Association of American Univer-
sities, activities, 99-100.

Dental schools, curriculum, 113-116.

Dental work, schools, 251-252.

Denver, Colo., teachers' salaries, 36.

Des Moines, Iowa, clothing course, public schools,
202.

Detroit, Mich., child care, high schools, 207; depart-
ment of instructional research, 40; home economics,
public schools, 201.

District of Columbia, teachers' salaries, 36.

E

Eaton, T. II., Agricultural instruction in elementary

schools, 187-189.
Educational boards and foundations, 323-339.

Educational legislation, 301-322; health work in
schools, 261-262; kindergarten, 226-227.

Educational statistics, 341-348.

Educational surveys, legislation, 304-305.

Educational tests, home economics, 209-210.

Elementary and secondary schools, agricultural in-
struction, 185-190; curriculum, 46-48; general
statistical summary, 343-344, 346-347, 350-353,
356, 384, 393, 430-451; home economics courses,
204-209. See also City school systems; State
school systems.

Elementary education, adults, 243-244.

Elementary schools, private, enrollment, 346-347.

Engineering courses, students in universities,
colleges, and professional schools, 587.

Engineering-Economics Foundation, activities, 333.

Enrollment, city school systems, 407-439; elemen-
tary and kindergarten schools, 352-353; elemen-
tary and secondary schools, 356; general school,
343-344; junior high schools, 814-819; junior-
senior high schools, 818-819; medical schools,
92-93; private and parochial schools, 355; public
high schools, 352-353, 797-798, 806-813, 821-823,
831-834; senior high schools, 819-820; State school
systems, 352-353, 385-387; white and colored
pupils In 16 States. See also Negroes; Univer-
sities, colleges, and professional schools.

Entrance examinations. See College entrance
examinations.

Entrance requirements, city normal schools,
787-788; private normal schools, 789-700; State
normal schools 773-775.

Evans, Henry R., Educational boards and founda-
tions, activities, 323-334.

Evening schools, trade, 174.

Expenditures, city normal schools, 755; city school
systems, 396,400-401, 404, 484-549; county normal
schools, 756; private normal schools, 760, 794-796;
State normal schools, 752-753, 783-786; State
school systems, 375-381; teachers colleges, 770-771,
746-747.

Exploratory courses, value, 49-50.

Extension courses, universities, colleges, and pro-
fessional schools, 588.

Farnum, Royal I)., Art education in the United

States, 153-168.
Federal aid, vocational education, 370-371.
Federal Board for Vocational Education, titles of

courses offered in full-time day and part-time

trade extension schools, 173.
Federated Council on Art Education, activities,

167-168.
Feeble-minded, schools, enrollment, 343-344.
Fees, colleges and universities, increase, 5-6.
Florida, school support, 57.
Foreign-born, adult education, 235-246.
Freshman problems, colleges and universities, 9-10.
Funds, school. See School funds.

Gearhart, May, on art appreciation, 156-157.
General Education Board, activities, 323-324.
General shop, junior high schools, mechanic arts,

182-183.
Gifts and bequests to education. See Benefactions.
Glass, J. M., on junior and senior high schools, 52.

Graduate work, colleges and universities, 20-22;
private high schools and academies, 841, 844-
846; private normal schools, 750, 789-790; pri-
vately controlled universities, colleges, and
professional schools, 640-699; public high schools
799, 824-830; publicly controlled universities, col-
leges, and professional schools, 608-634; State
normal schools, 748, 773-775; teachers colleges,
742, 761-763.

Greek, reduced to status of elective, College of the
City of New York, 15.

Hamilton, William, Work of the Bureau of Educa-
tion for the natives of Alaska, 335-339.

Harvard Dental School, organization and history,
111-113.

Harvard University, law school, 120.

Health and physique of school children, 247-262.

Health education, 255-256.

Herlihy, Charles M., Adult education for foreign-
born and native illiterates, 235-246.

High schools, art instruction, 160-161, 165-166;
child care and welfare instruction, 205; city
school systems, 394, 430-451; parent-teacher asso-
ciations, 293-294; rural, 78-79; students in teacher-
training courses, 740.

High schools (private), enrollment, 343-344,346-347;
general review and statistics, 835-870.

High schools (public), enrollment, 343-344, 346-347;
general review and statistics, 797-834.

Higher education, 1-29; cost, 1-4; selective processes,
4-9. See also Universities, colleges, and profes-
sional schools.

Home economics education, progress, 197-213.

Home education, conference, 297.

Home mechanics, 181.

Honors courses, colleges and universities, 19-20.

Hood, William R., Review of educational legis-
lation, 301-322.

Hospitals, relation to medical education, 85-88.

Idaho, child welfare, 206; rural school supervision,
70.

Illinois, kindergarten legislation, 226; school support
68; school survey, 304.

Illiterates, foreign-born and native, education,
235-246.

Immigration education problem, 237-238.

Income, State normal schools, 780-782; State school
systems, 369-371; teachers colleges, 767-769.'

Indebtedness, State school systems, 367.

Indian schools, private, enrollment, 343-344; public,
enrollment, 343-344.

Indiana, child care, high schools, 206; home eco-
nomics, public schools, 201; rural school super-
vision, 70-71; school support, 58.

Industrial education, 169-184; Alaska, 337. See also
Trade schools.

Industrial schools for delinquents, public, enroll-
ment, 343-344.

Instruction, expense in day schools, city school sys-
tems, 506-527.

Instructors, private high schools and academies,
838-840, 844; private normal schools, 756, 790-791;
State normal schools, 748, 776; teachers colleges,
742, 764-765, 772.

Intelligence tests. See Mental tests.

Iowa, nutrition, rural children, 205.

Jeanes Fund, activities, 327-328.

John F. Slater Fund, activities, 328-329.

Juillard Musical Foundation, activities, 331-332.

Julius Rosenwald Fund, activities, 334.

Junior colleges, review, 28-29.

Junior high schools, city school systems, 48-52, 393,

430-451; colored pupils, enrollment, 815; general

statistics, 814-815.
Junior-senior high schools, enrollment, 816-819.

Kahn Foundation for the Foreign Travel of Amer-
ican Teachers, activities, 332.

Kansas, child care, vocational schools, 206.

Kentucky, child care, high schools, 205; county
school programs, 72; school support, 58.

Kindergarten education, progress, 215-234.

Kindergarten-primary supervision, 217-218.

Kindergartens, city school systems, comparative
statistics, 393, 430-451; general review and sta-
tistics, 873-879; other than city public school, 878-
879; private, enrollment, 343; public, enrollment,
343, 875-877; public and private, summary, 346,
874.

Klein, Arthur J., Higher education, 1-29.

Land-grant colleges, agricultural education, 194-

195.
Lands, school. See School lands.
Latin, reduced to status of elective, College of the

City of New York, 15.
Law schools, diversified requirements, 128-132;

evenings, 143-148; part-time instruction, 148-152;

requirements, 138-141.
Legal education, progress, 123-152.
Legislation. See Educational legislation.
Libraries, public high schools, 830.
Lombard, Ellen C, Parent-teacher associations at

work, 285-299.
Long Beach, Calif., child care, Junior high schools,

207.
Los Angeles, Calif., all-year school, 43-44; public

school nurseries.
Louisiana, child care, high schools, 206.

M

McMurry, Charles, on revision of elementary cur-
riculum, 46-47.

Maine, school support, 58.

Manual arts, 179-180.

Maryland, program of rural education, 50-57; school
support, 58; state-wide rural supervision, 68-09.

Massachusetts, school support, 58.

Massachusetts Department of Education, adult
education work, 273; extension work, 271.

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