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TABLE in which all the Counties are numerically arranged, according

to the AVERAGE ATTENDANCE of their children upon the Public Schools, for the year 187475.

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294,708 216,861

Number of children between 5 and 15 years of age in the State, .
Average attendance, . . . . . . . . .
Ratio of attendance to the whole number between 5 and 15 years

of age, expressed in decimals, . . . . . . .

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INDE X.

IN DE X.

REPORTS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION AND ITS SECRETARY AND AGENTS.

(For Index of Town School Reports, see following pages.)
Abstracts of School Committees' Reports. (See Abstracts which follow the Report of the

Secretary.)
Agents of the Board, appropriations for, 72, 132.

Reports of, 89.
in previous years, 131.

desired qualifications of, 134.
American Asylum at Hartford, 144; terms of admission to, 154.

Report of Principal of, extracts from, Appendix, 150, et seq.
Apparatus, 113.
Appropriations for Normal Schools, 64; for state aid, 68.
Art-Education. (See Industrial Art-Education.)
Attendance at school, 110, 122.

Board of Education, Report of, 5.
Boston School for Deaf-Mutes, 144.
Bridgewater Normal School, Report of Visitors of, 36.

statistics of, 11, 36, 39; boarding-hall, 41; lectures, laboratory, etc., 41.
usefulness of, 41; appropriations for, 68, 71.

Centennial Exhibition, 21.
Clarke Institute for Deaf-Mutes, 144.

Report of Corporation of, extracts from, Appendix, 166, et seq.
terms of admission to, 161.

Deaf-mutes, 143.

different institutions for, 144.
American Asylum, Clarke Institution, and Boston School, attendance and expenses

at, 144.
number of deaf-mutes not attending, 145; legislation concerning, under super-

vision of Board of Education, 147.
District System, 98, 105, 112.
Drawing, Fourth Annual Report of Walter Smith, 72, et seq.

Financial Statement by the Secretary, 60, et seq.
Framingham Normal School, Report of Visitors of, 27.

statistics of, 29, 30; improvements, lectures, 28, 29.
Miss Ellen Hyde, temporary principal of, 28; appropriations for, 69, 70.

Hartford Asylum for Deaf-Mutes. (See American Asylum.)
High Schools, 91, 107, 137.

list of towns having five hundred families, 138.

census of 1875, relating to, 138.
Hubbard, E. A., Agent of the Board, Report of, 94; services of, 94.

Industrial Art-Education, Third Annual Report of Visitors of Massachusetts Normal

Art-School, 54.
statistics of, 54.
Fourth Annual Report of Walter Smith concerning, 72, et seq.

under supervision of Board of Education, 147.
Institutes for Teachers. (See Teachers' Institutes.)

Johnson, Annie E., Miss, resignation of, as principal, 27.

Kneeland, John, Report of, as Special Agent of the Board, 90.

primary schools, defects of, 91; high schools, character of, 91.

Normal Art-School, at Boston, Report of Visitors of, 54.

statistics of, 11, 17.
provision for, 19.

Fourth Annual Report of Walter Smith, 72, et seq.
Normal Schools, number and condition of, 11; statistics of, 11, 13, 16, 27, 125.

appropriations for, 64, 125.
teachers, number of, employed in counties, cities and towns, in 1874-5, 126.

Perkins Institution for the Blind, Trustees' Report of, Extracts from, 163.

nature and objects of the institution, 163.
historical sketch, printing for the blind, 164, et seq.
Report of Directors of, counsel to parents, 167.
terms and conditions of admission, 171, 176.

discipline, 171; religious training, music, 173; work department, 174.
Phipps, Abner J., Report of, as General Agent of the Board, 101.

services of, 102.
education in Barnstable County, 105.
hindrances to usefulness of schools, 110, et seq.

Report of State Director of Art-Education, 72.

free evening drawing classes, 73.
drawing in day schools, 74.
drawing in Normal schools, 77.
exhibition of drawings, etc., 78.

comparison of awards by State Board of Examiners, 80.
Report of General Agent of the Board, 101, 105, 110.
Reports of Special Agents of the Board, 90, 94, 96.
Report of Board of Education, 5.
Report of Secretary of the Board, 120.

financial statement of, 60.
Reports of School Committees. (See Abstracts.)
Reports of Visitors of Normal Schools, at

Framingham, 27.
Westfield, 32.
Bridgewater, 36.
Salem, 43.

Worcester, 48.
Report of Visitors of State Normal Art-School, 54.

statistics of, 54; historical statement of, 54, et seq.
Resources of the State, population and valuation, 15.

Salem Normal School, Report of Visitors of, 43.

statistics of, 11, 44; library, lectures, attendance, 45, 46.

appropriations for, 69.
School-houses, 106, et seq.

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