Bulletin, Issues 24-32

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1920 - Education

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Percentage of total enrollment which is of normal age under age and over age for their respective grades in certain citiesGroup A
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Number of pupils under age in their respective grades in certain citiesGroup A
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Percentage of pupils under age in their respective grades in certain citiesGroup A
Percentage of pupils over age in their respective grades in certain citiesGroup A
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each grade in certain citiesGroup A
Percentage relation between largest age group and number found in Table 54 SameGroup B
Table 55 Distribution of cities according to value of school property per pupil enrolled
Distribution of cities according to tax rate for school purposes
Distribution of night schools as to average annual cost per student
Expenditure of 225 city school systems
Analysis of current expenses per student in average daily attendance
Annual cost of instruction per pupil in average daily attendance
Average annual salaries of teachers
Combined summary of attendance personnel and number of schools and school buildings in all cities of 2500 population and over
Summary of attendance personnel number of schools and school buildings in cities by groups 220
Percentage of enrolled pupils in average attendance and ratio of men teachers at various periods
Combined summary of personnel and number of public elementary schools in all cities of 5000 population and over

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