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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1.
THE COMMISSIONER'S INTRODUCTION.
CHAPTER XIV.-EDUCATION AT THE St. Louis EXPOSITION.
CHAPTER XVI.-THE FINAL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN COMMON SCHOOL SYSTEM IN NORTI
CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA, 1863-1900. By al. D. MAYO, LL. D.
REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
BUREAU OF EDUCATION,
Washington, D. C., October 2, 1905. Sir: I have the honor to submit herewith the Annual Report of this Office for the year ending June 30, 1904.
The enrollment in schools and colleges, public and private, during the year 1903-4 was 17,896,890, the same being an increase of 357,422 pupils over the previous year. Of this number there were enrolled in public institutions supported by taxation and funds belonging to States and municipalities 16,379,443 pupils, as against 16,127,739, the number reported for the previous year. The quota from private institutions corresponding in character to these was 1,517,447. Besides the enrollment in schools and colleges, public and private, there were pupils enrolled in special institutions more or less scholastic in their character and more or less of a practical business character, as follows:
City evening schools..
Total for United States.
270, 692 138, 363 33, 871 12, 267
4,236 15, 595 29, 161 13, 727 2, 257 2,000 15, 000 105, 932
15,000 105, 932
Adding the enrolled of these special schools (693,101) to the total of schools, public and private (17,896,890), giving general education, we have a grand total of 18,589,991.