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city schools....................................

(a) 33,037 1,857, 435 (6) 35, 683 1, 941, 133 Normal schools

255
1,937
60, 063
263 2,076

55, 135 Commercial and business colleges.....................

221 1,015 44,047 232 1,099

43,706 Kindergärten....

354 831 17,002 415 905 18, 832 Institutions for secondary instruction......

. 1,588

7,923 152, 354 1,617 8, 186 160, 137 Preparatory schools

169 1,183 18,319 179 1,218 17,605 Institutions for the superior instruction of women.. 236 2,989 30,587 227

2, 862 28, 868 Universities and colleges ...........

370 4,644

65, 522

365 4,836 65,728 Schools of science.......................................

92 1, 178

14,769
105 1, 282

17,086 Schools of theology

146 750 5,290 152 793 5,775 Schools of law...........

269
2,686

49 285 2,744 Schools of medicine, of dentistry, and of pharmacy.. 145 2, 235 15, 300 152 2,514 13, 921 Training schools for nurses........

31 156

579 34

153

793 Institutions for the deaf and dumb........

59 495 7,022 64

516 7,295 Institutions for the blind

31 615 2,319

32 663 2, 377 Schools for feeble-minded children ..............

16 872 2,505 17 422 3,010 Orphan asylums, industrial schools, and miscellar 505

4,269

65, 311 neous charities, Reform schools

62

1,075 14,456

a 266 cities, of 7,500 inhabitants or more, reported in 1884; their aggregate population was 10,790,034. 5276 cities, of 7,500 inhabitants or more, reported in 1885; their aggregato population was 11,054,681.

Legal school ages in the several States and Territorics in 1884–85, with diagram,

States and Territories.

School

age.

States and Territories.

School age.

6-18

6-18 6-18

4-16 4-20 4-20 4-21 4-21 5-15

a6-18 6-20 6-20

Connecticut....
Oregon...
Wisconsin
Maine..............................
Montana ...
Massachusetts...............................
New Hampshire.......
Rhode Island............
California..........
New Jersey...
Maryland
Michigan.....
Vermont
Idaho...........
Iowa .................
Kansas
Minnesota...
Mississippi.
Nebraska..
New York..........
Virginia....
South Carolina......
District of Columbia..
arizona

5-15 ab-15 5-17 5-18 5-20 5-20 5-20 5-21 5-21 5-21

Georgia..................
Nevada......
Utah.........
Louisiana
Kentucky
Missouri...
Arkansas......
Colorado
Delaware.........................
Florida............
Illinois.......................
Indiana.....
North Carolina..
Ohio...
Pennsylvania
Tennessee....
Washington.......
West Virginia.....
New Mexico..
Dakota............
Alabama
Wyoming
Texas...........

6-21 6-21 6-21 6-21 6-21 6-21 6-21

6-21 6-21 6-21 6-21

5-21 5-21 5-21 5-21 5-21 6-16 a6-17 6-18

6-21 7-18 7-20 7-21 7-21 8-16

a Inclusive.

The following diagram shows that there are eighteen different school ages in the States and Territories; the longest, extending from four years of age to twenty-one, covers a period of seventeen years, and the shortest, from eight years of age to sixteen, a period of eight years.

Diagram showing the different school ages in the States and Territories during 1831-'85.

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TABLE I.–PART 1.-Summary by States (A) of school population, enrollment, attendance,

&c., for 1884-'85.

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Alabama .....

7-21 420, 413

238, 909 144,572 Arkansas (a).........

6-21 316, 356

153, 216 California (6)..

5-17 250,097

184, 601 116,028 140 Colorado...

6-21 57,955 44, 245

38, 805

e171 24, 747

dige Connecticut..

4-16 151,069

125, 718 e82, 654

179.18 Delaware (a)

6-21 f940,569

31, 263 921, 447 1157.4 Florida.......

6-21 166, 798

62,327 45,850 95 Georgia..

6-18 1508,722

291,505 195,035 Illinois....

6-21 1,077, 302

738,787 451,536 152 a For 18SC-'81.

e For the winter term.
6 The figures for enrollment, school population, s Not including colored children in Wilmir,

attendance, number of teachers, &c., are ton.
for 1884-'85; all financial statistics, except g Approximately.
averago monthly pay of tenchers, are for h For white shools only.
1883-'81.

i School census of 1961.
c In graded schools.

; Corrected State school census of 1902. & In ungrade:i schools.

TABLE I.-PART 1.-Summary by States (A) of school population, &c.-Continued.

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TABLE I.-PART 1.-Summary by States (A) of school population, &c.-Continued.

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TABLE I.-PART 1.--Summary by States (B) of the number of teachers employed in the public

schools and their average monthly salaries for 1884-'85.

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Maine...........

2,063
7,590 332 07

315 84 a For white teachers only; for colored teachers the average monthly salary is $22.78. b For 1883-'84. c Number employed in winter. d Number employed in summer. c For white teachers; for colored teachers the average salary is $21. s For 1883. g For white schools only. h For white teachers in counties; average salaries of white teachers in cities: males, $103.45;

females, $39.94. i For colored schools. j Excluding board, which costs the districts an average of $8.20 a month for each teacher.

TABLE I.-PART 1.-Summary by States (B) of the number of teachers, &c.-Continued.

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