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Graduate work, colleges and universities, 20-22; | Instructors, private high schools and academies,

private high schools and academies, 841, 844- 838-840, 844; private normal schools, 756, 790-791;
846; private normal schools, 756, 789-790; pri- State normal schools, 748, 776; teachers colleges,
vately controlled universities, colleges, and 742, 764–765, 772.
professional schools, 640-699; public high schools Intelligence tests. See Mental tests.
799, 824-830; publicly controlled universities, col- | Iowa, nutrition, rural children, 205.
leges, and professional schools, 608-634; State
normal schools, 748, 773-775; teachers colleges,
742, 761-763.

Jeanes Fund, activities, 327-328.
Greek, reduced to status of elective, College of the

John F. Slater Fund, activities, 328-329.
City of New York, 15.

Juillard Musical Foundation, activities, 331-332.

Julius Rosenwald Fund, activities, 334.
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Junior colleges, review, 28-29.
Hamilton, William, Work of the Bureau of Educa-

Junior high schools, city school systems, 48-52, 393,
tion for the natives of Alaska, 335-339.

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

statistics, 814-815.
Harvard Dental School, organization and history,

Junior-senior high schools, enrollment, 816-819.
111-113.
Harvard University, law school, 126.

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Health and physique of school children, 247-262.
Health education, 255–256.

Kahn Foundation for the Foreign Travel of Amer-
Herlihy, Charles M., Adult education for foreign ican Teachers, activities, 332.
born and native illiterates, 235-246.

Kansas, child care, vocational schools, 206.
High schools, art instruction, 160-161, 165-166; Kentucky, child care, high schools, 205; county

child care and welfare instruction, 205; city school programs, 72; school support, 58.
school systems, 394, 430-451; parent-teacher asso Kindergarten education, progress, 215-234.
ciations, 293–294; rural, 78-79; students in teacher Kindergarten-primary supervision, 217–218.
training courses, 740.

Kindergartens, city school systems, comparative
High schools (private), enrollment, 343-344, 346-347;

statistics, 393, 430-451; general review and sta-
general review and statistics, 835-870.

tistics, 873-879; other than city public school, 878–
High schools (public), enrollment, 343-344, 346-347; 879; private, enrollment, 343; public, enrollment,
general review and statistics, 797-834.

343, 875-877; public and private, summary, 346,
Higher education, 1-29; cost, 1-4; selective processes, 874.

4-9. See also Universities, colleges, and profes Klein, Arthur J., Higher education, 1-29.

sional schools.
Home economics education, progress, 197-213.
Home education, conference, 297.
Home mechanics, 181.

Land-grant colleges, agricultural education, 194–

195,
Honors courses, colleges and universities, 19-20.
Hood, William R., Review of educational legis-

Lands, school. See School lands.
lation, 301-322.

Latin, reduced to status of elective, College of the
Hospitals, relation to medical education, 85-88.

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

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

requirements, 138-141.
Idaho, child welfare, 206; rural school supervision,

Legal education, progress, 123–152.
70.

Legislation. See Educational legislation,
Illinois, kindergarten legislation, 226; school support

Libraries, public high schools, 830.
58; school survey, 304.

Lombard, Ellen C., Parent-teacher associations at
Illiterates, foreign-born and native, education,

work, 285-299.
235-246.

Long Beach, Calif., child care, junior high schools,

207.
Immigration education problem, 237-238.
Income, State normal schools, 780-782; State school

Los Angeles, Calif., all-year school, 43-44; public
systems, 369-371; teachers colleges, 767-769.

school nurseries.
Indebtedness, State school systems, 367.

Louisiana, child care, high schools, 206.
Indian schools, private, enrollment, 343-344; public,

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enrollment, 343-344.
Indiana, child care, high schools, 206; home eco McMurry, Charles, on revision of elementary cur-

nomics, public schools, 201; rural school super riculum, 46–47.
vision, 70-71; school support, 58.

Maine, school support, 58.
Industrial education, 169-184; Alaska, 337. See also Manual arts, 179–180.
Trade schools.

Maryland, program of rural education, 56-57; school
Industrial schools for delinquents, public, enroll | support, 58; state-wide rural supervision, 68-69.
ment, 343-344.

Massachusetts, school support, 58.
Instruction, expense in day schools, city school sys Massachusetts Department of Education, adult
tems, 506-527.

education work, 273; extension work, 271.

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Medical education, quarter century's progress and Omaha, Nebr., all-year school, 43.
newer problems, 81-94.

Open-air schools and open-window rooms, 252-254.
Medical inspection of schools, 249–251.

Open-window rooms, 252-254.
Medical schools and law schools, classification, 131. Operation and maintenance of plant, city school
Mental tests, 39–41; colleges and universities, 9, 11- systems, 528–549.
12. See also Educational tests.

Oregon Agricultural College, child care course, 206.
Merchants' institutes, 273-274.

Orientation courses, colleges and universities, 12-14.
Michigan, county supervision, 71; home economics,

Merrill Palmer School, 206; school support, 58.
Military drill, private high schools and academies,

“Package library service,” 276, 280-281.
839-840; public high schools, 798.

Parent-teacher associations, activities, 261, 285–299
Milwaukee Vocational School, activities, 173.

Parochial and private schools, enrollment, 355.
Minnesota, child care, high schools, 207.

Parochial schools, enrollment, 355.
Mississippi, child care, high schools, 206; new

Part-time and continuation schools, city school
school code, 304-305.

systems, comparative statistics, 395.
Missouri, rural school supervision, 70.

Part-time education, legal provisions, 177-179.
Montana, child care and welfare, high schools,

Payments for school purposes. See Expendi-
205.

tures.

Pennsylvania, child care and welfare, high schools,
Nashville, Tenn., all-year school, 43.

205; school support, 58.
National Association of Dental Examiners, stand Pennsylvania State College, extension work, 272.
ards of scholarship, 119–120.

Personnel, city school systems, 407, 430–451. See
National Association of Dental Faculties, activities, also Attendance and personnel.
97-98, 100, 105-108, 111.

Phelps-Stokes Fund, activities, 329-330.
National University Extension Association, stand Philadelphia, Pa., elementary clothing course,
ardization work, 281–284.

202–203.
Nebraska, child care, vocational schools, 206. Phillips, Frank M, Statistical summary of edu-
Negroes, junior high schools, 814-815; junior-senior cation, 341-348.

high schools, 818-819; public high schools, 808-809, Physical education, legislation, 319–321.
812-813; private high schools and academies, Physical training, 256-258.
846-847, 870-878; school population, 388; school Pittsburgh, Pa., platoon schools, 38.
term, 388; statistics in 16 States, 388-391; teachers, Platoon schools. See Work-study-play or platoon
388, 803, 805.

schools.
New Hampshire, child care, public schools, 205; Playgrounds, 248–249.
rural school supervision 72.

Population, per cent of total, enrolled in schools,
New Mexico, kindergarten legislation, 226; new and ratio of enrollment to school enrollment
school code, 303-304.

at different dates, 357.
New York City, art center, 166; clothing course, Population (total), cities of 100,000 and more, 407-

public schools, 202; junior high schools, 51-52. 439; State school systems, per cent enrolled, 357.
New York State, boys' and girls' clubs, agricultural Portland, Oreg., home-economics education, seventh

education, 190-191; child care, high schools, 206; and eighth grades, 200-201.
rural school supervision, 72.

Preschool study circles, 294–295.
New York State College of Agriculture, courses, 195. Preschool work, 258–259.
Newark, N.J., all-year school, 41-42.

Principals, State school systems, 361. See also
Newton, Mass., child care, junior and senior high Administrative officers.
schools, 207.

Private and parochial schools, enrollment, 355.
Night schools, city school systems, 396, 452-460. Private high schools. See High schools, private.
Normal schools, city school systems, 394, 397, Private normal schools. See Normal schools,

754-755, 787-788; county; 755-756; general statis private.
tics of enrollment, 343-344; private, 343–344, Private schools, enrollment, 355; industrial arts,
756-760; State, 748–753, 773–786. See also Teach 183-184.
ers colleges and normal schools; Teacher training Professors and instructors, privately controlled
courses.

universities, colleges, and professional schools,
Normal schools and teachers colleges, public and 603, 640-699; publicly controlled universities,
private, enrollment, 346-347.

colleges, and professional schools, 598, 608-634;
North Carolina, home economics, 206; new school universities, colleges, and professional schools,
code, 303.

575, 583. See also Teachers.
North Dakota, child care, high schools, 206; school Proffitt, Maris M., Industrial education, 169-184.
survey, 304-305.

Property (public), value for school purposes,
Nursery-school movement, 232-234.

State school systems, 365. See also School
Nutrition, public schools, 252.

property.
Psychological tests, colleges and universities, 9.

Public high schools. See High schools, public;
Oakland, Calif., demonstration lessons, 45.

junior high schools; junior-senior high schools;
Oklahoma, equalization fund, act appropriating, senior high schools.

57; home economics, public schools, 201; school | Public school kindergartens, cities, towns, and
support, 58.

villages, 875-877.

School property, city normal schools, 754; city

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professional schools, 606-607, 714-735; publicly
controlled universities, colleges, and professional
schools, 601-602, 627-639; State normal schools,
751; State school systems, 368, 372–374; teachers
colleges, 745; universities, colleges, and pro-
fessional schools, 576-577, 596-597. See also
School funds.
Reed, Alfred Z., Recent progress in legal education,

123-152.
Reindeer service, Alaska, 338.
Religious denominations, high schools and acade-

mies, 838.
Research and tests, city school systems, 39-41,
Rhode Island, school support, 58.
Rhode Island State College, play school, 206.
Rockefeller Foundation, activities, 324-325.
Rogers, James F., Health and physique of school

children, 247–262.
Rural education, 53-79; administrative organiza-
tion, centralizing tendencies, 73-78; certification
of teachers, 60-63; consolidated, kindergartens,
230-232; high schools, 78-79; improvement of
teaching staff, 59; Maryland, program, 56-57;
Oklahoma, equalization fund, 57; school consoli-
dation, and transportation, 74-78; State program
in Maryland; supervision, 67-73; teachers' sala-
ries, 65-67; tendencies to equitable school sup-
port, 54–56.

schools and academies, 839-840; private normal
schools, 758-759, 796; privately controlled univer-
sities, colleges, and professional schools, 605,
699–713; public high schools, 830; publicly con-
trolled universities, colleges, and professional
schools, 600, 635-636; State normal schools, 750,
780-782; State school systems, 365; teachers
colleges, 744, 767-769; universities, colleges, and

professional schools, 576, 595; value, 342-343.
School supervision. See Supervision.
School support, rural education, 54-58.
School term, average length, and school attendance,

State school systems, 360; legislation, 314-315;
white and colored pupils in 16 States, 388.
Seattle, Wash., high schools, art courses, 165.
Secondary and elementary schools, State school

systems, enrollment, 356; statistical summary,

350-351.
Secondary schools, agricultural instruction, 192-195;

home economics, 204-209; public and private,
enrollment, 343–344; State school systems, 352-353,
384. See also Elementary and secondary schools;
High schools; Junior high schools; Junior-senior

high schools; Senior high schools.
Senior high schools, enrollment, 819-820.
Shelby, Thomas H., General university extension,

263-284.
Silke, Lucy S., on schoolroom decoration, 157.
Social and college life, 22-27.
South Carolina, school support, 59.
Special schools, city school systems, comparative

statistics, 394, 397.
Springfield, Mass., child care, high schools, 207.
State College of Washington, extension work, 272.
State departments of education, legislation, 305-308.
State normal schools. See Normal schools (State).
State school systems, general review and statistics,

349-391. See also City school systems.
Student loan funds, parent-teacher associations,

289–290.
Students, city normal schools, 787; correspondence

courses, universities, colleges, and professional
schools, 588; county normal schools, 755; private
high schools and academies, 837-840, 842-849, 850–
871; private normal schools, 757, 793; privately
controlled universities, colleges, and professional
schools, 604, 640-699; publicly controlled univer-
sities, colleges, and professional schools, 599, 608-
634; State normal schools, 750, 778-780; teacher-
training courses, 739–740; teachers colleges, 743,

765–766.
Students (universities, colleges, and professional

schools), engineering courses, 587; general sta-
tistics, 575-576, 584; professional courses, 585-586;
summer schools, extension, and correspondence

courses, 588. See also Pupils.
Students (colored), private high schools and acad-

emies, 846-847, 870-871.
Summer camps, 254.
Summer schools, city school systems, comparative

statistics, 395, 452-460; universities, colleges, and

professional schools, students, 588.
Superintendents and assistant superintendents,

city school systems, 407-439.

Sabbatical leave, city school systems, 45.
Safety and first aid, instruction, 258.
St. Paul, Minn., platoon schools, 38.
Scholarship foundations, parent-teachers associa-

tions, 289-290.
School attendance. See Attendance; Average daily

attendance.
School buildings, city school systems, number,

400-401, 404, 407; State school systems, 364.
School children, health and physique, 247-262.
School codes, new, 302-304.
School enrollment. See Enrollment.
School funds, State school systems, 366-368, 382-383.
School health, 319-321.
Schoolhouses. See School buildings.
School housing, 247-248.
School-improvement associations, 297–299.
School lands, State school systems, 366, 368.
School population, white and colored, enrollment

in 16 States, 388.

Supervision, county-unit States, 68-70; noncounty- | Universities, colleges, and professional schools,

unit States, 70-72; rural and State education de enrollment, 343, 346-347; general review and
partments, 72-73.

statistics, 575–735; privately controlled, 603-607.
Supervisors and principals, city school systems, University extension, 263-284; cooperation with
407-451.

public schools, 278-281; practices and efforts at
Supervisors of instruction, State school systems, standardization, 281-284.
361. See also Administrative officers.

University of Alabama, extension work, 272-273,

371.
University of Arkansas, extension work, 371.

University of Colorado, extension work, 275.
Taxation for schools, city school systems, 550-573; University of Indiana, extension work, 271.
State school systems, 369.

University of Kansas, extension work, 274–275.
Teacher training, hygiene and physical work, 260– University of Kentucky, extension work, 271, 276.
261; legislation, 317.

University of Michigan, standards for law school,
Teacher-training institutions, home economics, 8, 271, 275-276.
203–204.

University of North Carolina, extension work, 272,
Teachers, colored, statistics in 16 States, 390–391; 278.

county normal schools, 755; distribution (1890– University of Oklahoma, extension work, 272;
1924), statistics, 345; distribution for five periods, tests and measurements conducted in public
345; health, 260; kindergarten, progress in train schools, 280.
ing, 222-226; legislation, 315-318; public high University of Oregon, correspondence study, 276;
schools, 798, 802-805; qualifications, legislation, extension work, 272.
317–318; rural schools, preparation, 60-65; State | University of South Carolina, extension work, 276.
school systems, number and sex, 362; State school University of South Dakota, correspondence study,
systems, percentage of men, 363. See also Pro 276; extension work, 272.
fessors and instructors.

University of Southern California, extension work,
Teachers and students, city normal schools, 754, 272, 277-278.
787.

University of Texas, cooperation with public
Teachers' certificates. See Certification of teachers. schools, 278-280; correspondence study, 276.
Teachers College, Columbia University, standards University of Virginia, cooperation with public
of admission for school of practical arts, 8.

schools, 278; extension work, 272.
Teachers colleges, general statistics, 738-739, 741 University of Washington, extension work, 278.
242 761-773: private, enrollment, 343-344: public.

Utah, mother craft, high schools, 205.
enrollment, 343-344. See also Normal schools.
Teachers colleges and normal schools, general re-
view and statistics, 737–796.

Vandewalker, Nina C., Progress in kindergarten
Teachers' salaries, city school systems, 34-36, 405; education, 215-234.

rural schools, 65-67; State school systems, 363. Vermont, home economics instruction, dependent
Teaching methods, colleges and universities, 17-18. children, 206.
Tennessee, school support, 59.

Virginia, home economics, John Marshall High
Term, school. See School term.

School, 205.
Tests. See Mental tests.

Visual instruction, 272.
Texas, school support, 59; school survey, 305. Vocational education, Federal aid, 370-371; Wis-
Total population, cities of 100,000 and more, 407- | consin, 173.
439; day schools, city school systems, 395; per Vocational schools, city school systems, compara-
cent enrolled, State school systems, 357.

tive statistics, 394, 397.
Trade schools, all-day, 171-172; full-time, 172-173.
Transportation of pupils, rural schools, 78.

Waite, Frederick C., Progress of dental education,
U

95-121.

West Virginia, child case, high schools, 206; school
United States Bureau of Education, contributions survey, 305.
to home economics education, 209, 212.

Whitford, W. G., on industrial art, 161.
Universities and colleges, agricultural instruction, Windes, E. E., agricultural instruction in elemen-

193–195; character scoring, 8-9; correspondence tary schools, 187–188, 189–190.
courses, 268-271; curriculum revision, 14-17; Winslow, Leon L., art education, 159-160; art
degrees, 18-19; freshman problems, 9-10; grade education in junior high schools, 161.
limitations, 8; graduate work, 20-22; honors Wisconsin, vocational education, 173.
courses, 19-20; orientation courses, 12-14; outside Women, degrees conferred, universities, colleges,
contacts, 27-28; psychological tests, 9; sectioning and professional schools, 591.
classes, 11-12; social life, 22-27; standards of ad Work, George A., Agricultural education, 185–
mission and institutional accrediting, 6-8; stu 213.
dents in teacher-training courses, 740; teacher Work-study-play or platoon sehools, city systems,
training courses, number of students, 740; teach 37-39.
ing method, 17-18. See also Higher education. I Wyoming, school support, 59.

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