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AT WHAT AGE DO PUPILS WITHDRAW FROM THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
CHAPTER XXV.-ADMISSION TO COLLEGE BY CERTIFICATE.
Private and denominational institutions.
Institutions admitting students upon presentation of certificates from approved high schools,
but having no published list..
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTRUCTION IN THE LAND-GRANT COLLEGES
Federal laws regarding institutions created by the act of 1862 and modified or enlarged by thoso
of 1887 and 1890..
Statistics for 1894-95 of land-grant institutions.......
INSTRUCTION IN SOCIOLOGY IN INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING...
Statisties of instruction in sociology, including charities and correction..
Chapter XXVIII.- PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION.
Comparison of professional schools....
Schools of pharmacy..
Law schools ....
A better education the great need of the profession.- Address of Justice David J. Brower to
tle American Bar Association...
MEDICAL SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES....
CHAPTER XXX.-EDUCATION IN THE SEVERAL STATES.
Letter of Dr. J.L. M. Curry to the gubernatorial candidates of Alabama.
The tendency of men to live in cities.
Address of Dr. Curry before the general assembly of Georgia..
Origin and development of the public school system in Louisiana.
Tributes in honor of the memory of Mrs. Mary Hemenway.
Why educate? What is the philosophy of education?.
The pablic education association of Philadelphia.....
Address of Dr. Curry to the general assembly of South Carolina.
CHAPTER XXXI.- EDUCATION OF THE COLORED RACE.
Illiteracy of the colored population..
Secondary and higher education
Statistics of institutions for the colored race..
Industrial education of the blacks...
Higher education of the negro......
CHAPTER XXXII.-TAE SLATER FUND AND THE EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO.
Difficulties, complications, and limitations connected with the education of the negro.
Education of the negroes since 1860..
Occupations of the negroes..
Statistical sketch of negroes in the United States.
Memorial sketches of John F. Slater.....
Documents relating to the origin and work of the Slater trustees.
EDUCATION IN ALASKA
CHAPTER XXXIV.-The SOCIAL UNIT IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS OF THE UNITED
The origin of the school district.....
Legal and political character of the school district.
EDUCATION IN THE NORTHWEST DURING THE FIRST HALF CENTURY OF THE REPUBLIC, 1790–1840.
THE AMERICAN COMMON SCHOOL IN NEW ENGLAND FROM 1790 to 1840...
CHAPTER XL.-PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS.
General demand for religious instruction.
Educational conditions in countries furnishing immigrants.
High ratios of foreign parentage..
Current discussion in England...
Current conditions in the United States.
Want of uniformity in the use of terms..
Noted periods of discussion of religious education..
The so-called Bennett law...
EIGHTY YEARS OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF WASHINGTON, D. C., 1805–1885...
EARLY EDUCATIONAL LIFE IN MIDDLE GEORGIA
THE COTTON STATES AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT ATLANTA, GA., IN 1895..
Statistics of population and school enrollment in cities of over 8,000 inhabitants.....
Teachers, school term, and property of city public schools.
Receipts from all sources by city public schools......
Expenditures by city public schools.......
School statistics of cities and villages containing between 4,000 and 8,000 inhabitants.
Public high schools...
Public high schools failing to report in 1894-95
Private secondary schools..
Universities and colleges..
Colleges for women
Schools of technology.
Manual training schools.
Schools of theology.
Schools for training nurses
Public normal schools
Private normal schools
Business colleges ....
Institutions for the deaf.
Institutions for the blind.
Institutions for feeble-minded.
Elementary education in foreign countries.