Statistics of State school systems

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Title:
Statistics of State school systems
Series Title:
<1967/1968-1969/1970>: Elementary and secondary education
Physical Description:
v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of Education
United States -- Office of Education
United States -- Federal Security Agency
United States -- Bureau of Educational Research and Development. -- Division of Educational Statistics
United States -- Office of Education. -- Elementary-Secondary Studies Branch
National Center for Educational Statistics
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
biennial[1959/1960-1973/1974]
annual[ former 1917/1918-1957/1958]
biennial
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Education -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )

Notes

Summary:
Report presents statistics on the organization, staff, pupils, and finances of public elementary and secondary schools in the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the outlying areas of the United States.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
1917/18-1973/1974.
Issuing Body:
Issued by: U.S. Bureau of Education, 1917/1918-1925/1926; by various divisions of the U.S. Office of Education 1927/1928-; by: Federal Security Agency, <1939/1940-1950/1951>; by: Division of Educational Statistics <1959/1960-1961/1962>; by: Elementary-Secondary Branch, National Center for Educational Statistics, 1963/1964-1973/1974.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1971/1972.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 001172071
notis - AFS2259
oclc - 02244361
lccn - 75648494
issn - 0083-2820
Classification:
lcc - L111 .N35a
ddc - 370/.973
System ID:
AA00008546:00001

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Preceded by:
Statistics of state common school systems

Full Text


U.S. DEPARTfuNT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
Abatmhi A. Riblooff, Seretary
SOffice of Iduention
Stuing He Mmrrin, Comissione


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UNIV. OF FL LII.


2OO3O. 05


Slated Bass~r F~i~ijl m
Public lmentm ad Sooandry Sehools
(Bhud o publisrhd reports wud other atmlral
furnished by Stto dspartentu of eduentian)


I 3_ 1P61 Washington 25. D. C. Circular No. 650


Thims irsour prorides eleeted public elmentarr ad seondary eduetion sati tiie for
1 "56,, the eff-gyar" vhn the regular eoopreharive BimniaI Surre of Eduoation mu not taken.
. r A siildlr laterim report for 195657 um iunued as Ciroular o. 572 in My 1959. The data or the
. pu'ieut report vee obtained ftre State department of eduoatlon annual reports, special studies
adt dirt.orlea* whleh vere appluented by additional information hrnished by the States.
4
SluMml ad rgol a totals are gem ma vell a data for the States, the Distrlot of
b liira ad the outlyg parts of tho Onited States. In oeeordanoe vith the policy of preset-
Ila the Stats ad the outlying parts as of tho time to which the dat appLy, Al sh (which
attained tatthood during the school year 1950-59) is Insluded .aon the State- for the first
time d the figure for Alao therefore peter into the tional total. am vell as in the total
fer theo lWoet.'ad Suthet rgieon urtherore, to facilitate oqrisons with 1957-58, the n-
teal total for that school year (orlgally published n a 48-Stato boasi) hue been related
to ianelude Aask.
It Saeoluded in this oireular are eorellnet by pade, average daily attdaneoo, high
S Ib ,. ool fdutnl, iaherutieaMl staff, muber of oheol dimtrietu, aad number of esohool (inelud-
.i i~g 1-tel, h **uehbftgr


the State Seheel mtoe Statisties Unit of tho Edusational


3StitiUs A


oiand Total)
aW'of School Yea


During the I9b's the schtro!-age
ipmulation (5-17 years) has been increas-
iing at over twice the rate of the total


population. At the beginning of
1958- 9 school year (July 1, 1959
weae, according to the Bureau of t
a estimated 1.8 million school-
i~ie, an increase of 1.5 i.ilion,
,persZent over the number on July 1
!DTring the uame 12-mbnth period,
popa.atonA 1 increased rom 170.5


the
) there
he Census,
age chil-


9 a/
the
to
'Ill-


3.6
57.
total
173.5


Enrollment and


Attendance


Total enrollment in public
tary and secondary day schools
from 33.6 million pupils in 19
3h.8 million pupils in 1958-59


percent.
and grades
3.5 percent
crease of


The
1
t,
387


grades 9 thro
graduates).
attendance in
or 89.6 perce


in
i, -


c rea s


in kin
nn


elemen-
increased
57-58 to
, or 3.8
ergart en


rnrougn o was oo(,uuu or
as compared with an in-
,000 or l.9 percent, in
ugh 12 (including post-
The total average daily
1958-59 was 31.2 million


nt


of the total


enroll-


----4


..i":i ""i" I:
li .i" .
HHl *.


.11'
Er


eprinn


,ula-


.







Public


High


School


Graduates


Not only are more American youth
titendine hiah school than ever be-


fore but
e entering
graduate.
lic high
represent
entering


record for
public high
have always
number than
toward equa
percent of
boys. Only


a higher
classes
Thus,
school g
ed 70 pe
grade 9


p
ar
th
ra
rc
lb


the hold


school
gradu
boys,
lity;


sl
at


proportion of the
'e staying on to
e 1,h3%,000 pub-
duates in 1I58-59
ent of the class
1 9s4-6, a new
ing power of
-. While eirls


ed


greater


the trend is
in 19S8-59, ls8.7


the graduates were
in the West-and-


Southwest region were there more
boys than girls graduating.

Instructional Staff

In 19958-9 the instructional staff
consisted of 16,000 supervisors, 62,000
principals, and 1,318,000 teachers and


other n
staff.
1,396,0
the 195
instruct
enrolled
varied
to $6.3


onsnuperisory in strua


ctional


They constituted a total of
00, an increase of 61,000 over
?7-8 total. The ratio of total
tional staff er 1,000 pupils
d, which was o0.1 nationally,
from 30.9 for the lowest State


for the highest State.


School Districts

The number of local school districts
has declined steadily in recent years as
a result of reorganization and consoli-
dation of small and nonoperating dis-


tricts. There were 4L 0oo operate
nonoperating districts in 1958-59
compared with 47,600 in 1957-58.
two-thirds of the school district
located .int a eL
region. The number of districts
States in this region ranged
to h,403. At the other extreme,
were 10 States in other regions w


fewer than

Schools (I


100 districts.


including 1-Teacher Scho


In spite of the cenive
building program which vsn
by increasing enroll~ents Ira ri
years, the number of schools (I


than
abou
that
by 1
peri
age
tary


1-teacher
the same
have been
rger scho


od from 19
enrollment


sche
lev
do
ols.
e3-r1
per


secondary)


pupils to 29h pupils,


There were


in 1958-59
schools) as


tary schools i
were 1-teacher
steady drop in
schools--parti


and-Plains reg
most prevalent
tary schools i
teacher school


93,000


(of which 23
compared pi


n 1957-58 (of '
sadools)w Th
th"e'rnmber of
cula..ly in. the
ion where- they
.-cver half of
n eight States
s in 1?58-59


The number of secondary schools has
remained it..a 25,000-26,000 range from
1953-54 to 1958-59.


TABTSn~


.--gnrollmen t
and second
.--Enrollment,
schools,
.--High school


by grade group and attendance in
i dry ay- schools, by State: 1958
by bade, in full-time public e
by State: 1958-59.............-*
Sgraduates of full-time public s


full-t.ine public ele

elementaryy and seconds

eccndary day school,


I









TABLE 1.--J~E RLL'rEfT BY GRADE OGR.P MJD r ATT~ rI Arn: p ri'LL-TD E
PIPTLIC EL~ 1 TA1RY ;'D SDL?'DiRY DAY S" (CLS, DY STATEr 19~8-59


brujimit


Kinderge fren thnro~Jh
grade B


rotcl
enrollment


States


19- ......
Percent trcrease,
10 -58 ,o l' 1;- 9..............


rORTli ATUAVTIC.
Connseticutl,
telaware,...
"aine........
1ar '1ld....

Ma ssRchuset.8a,
new Hamips ,re
lmU Jersey...
lieu York.....

Pewnsylwria,
Rhode TsLand
Vermont......

District nf '

GRIAT LAKES AVTD
nluiois.....
Indiana,.....

Kansas.......

richlian.....
"f'nnesnta,...
Si~r.,t,,,.,..
"ebrpa a.....

northh Dakota.
Chlt .........
So't.h .nko .,
'Jia str'visw


Rn'ter


Percent of
total
enrollment


Graaes ? tnrourh


Nunltr


Percent of
total
er.ro Linet


aS. ~9O,77L
2ctrn,7L3


Ji~ '~, SA'


!,D:-Ill


I. .. .


-17,0L7


l,71] r,
963,68t.
BR6,07t.
Tl1,96 3


?9,625


6,Boi ,? 2j


SOUTMTUST..
A.lsbama..
Arkansas.
Florida..
*'jewpci'..


WNST t'O SrIn'-N1JST.
Alaska .... .....
Alrtzna... ....

ColoRdo ........
Idaho......... .. ,

Montna...... ... .
Nev da,,.,........
Yew Micto,.......
)klahoana........
Dre-on....... ....

Texas...... ......
Utah...,..........
Vashin.ton.......
Wyzoingix..........

Outlyin
kAerican .,
Canal o ...


635 ,LJ2


097,1i32


'k,'7 tIOY


:'3.L2?

;J~, 3OQ fli*~


1 ,9?L,9I.~'


S?6S,d5l~
[.56,070


r, a 92r


1~47L, C7 ?


10;, 17
L',63'?
171,577
386, 2?
276.128


i ,9Qi398
225,220
595,5rO
77,320


~,%33

12,759
' iC RA


160
1.1.


L.7C'7
8,276
10,9%
i.l 77ft


Average daiL uy toeeance


r'wulber


'I 11,11


iZ1261b


iMr~'-


7* 71 1 :'


j~bb tA'k


12ri
Si
1 il
[,lt*
39

5fl ,7rr,
206
67l


2,560 2.I 10,276 ?L.8
1,77C 13.9 12,227 9,c.R
i9_1 12&.hll i.


Raevlon ard State


.ini.te


States


and D.C.):


3lr1.'38 61.
33,qjjr ,ej


3 .2?' .77'


Percent of
pujpils enrolled
att endil
da Ll;


r.


o1iu~hIa..


Kent-lcs y.,....
Loutsiana....
Itsslssippi...
North Carol uia


SouLh Carol
Ternessee..

West Virpn


... ....

. ......









TABLE 2.--KNROLUJIUT, BT GRADE, IN FULL-


States


man nwctrrc..



Mar~ln SSnpbra

New Jeraq'......
Newl York....I


P I~3tern UliTSD L


District


*


State


Staen


end tadc,


**** St l~l t S
4~(*l St)t**~ 4


,afln11flflfl1e*


....... ...fl.,.

* ......... 4**t*(


of Coinlbin.


GREAT LAKS AND PLAINS.


*440*StS S...


Illinois*************
]llints.............4.......
nkiantflj t**4*.***.*.*** .......


ainnsaotac. ........... ...* ....
Michigan.........................



NebrUlalsaka...I .* fl....fl a....

North Dakoata...,,............,
Ohio, t........ .4........ nae.
South Dat*b **......****..****
11ia(oni*n^^ **.*.*..**...*


mum..,

Arkansan.
florida.,
Georgia.,


Kentucky... ....
Louisiana......
Mississippi....
Norbh Carolina.


South Carolina...
Tennessee.,......
Virginia...*.....*
West Wirginia...


** *** *44~*Slt 5

a an *4*4 54 5* 44


wwrfl 1 1U) WEST.


..G.. a a 4**
Arisona...*.
California!.
Colorado, ...
Idaho.....

Montana......
Neoada.......
ewr Mexico...
Oklahoma.....
Oregon..,a.


WTejnEasa....

Wyoming*.....


*4*5) a 44* *, a a. at as
** as *4 Cs a. a at Sta'
*a aC a. a 54* a, *4 *5t


*5 Sllt at a.* t 4s4* a

* S(ll(taltrlttf a 4
ar~taa 4, a. at a ata..4
a. 45 #459 *a 4*St 4* 4


Outlying Parts


Total


*~j 020*-


Kindergarten through 8th grade


Total


Under-t4
garten


3h.^w


Yt en nu


SDm r 'v 's


1st grade 2nd grade 3rd grade


; A ;


, I


, s rm r V


~1t.Io~,l. OJ6 tfl4 **.)jJ1J )jlflq 'IC )pJ4t ).47U4 J.AI

8,o 22,3 592,24 03.94 7914115 702.960 bg7.6 12,60


39,678
102,036
1,006,520
2,752,581

1,923,414
130,186
75,217

117, 017

9,807,740
1,715,280
963,686
586,076
471,963
1,548,704

660,326
805,216
278,130

133,768
1,820,962
148,784
674,845

8,726,674


635,L3.?
67A,054
5(19,832
,097,j57


8,075,497
40,781
282,&6b
3,002,331
377,73L
158,968

140,702
b1,937
221,082
5255,01
373,307

1,992,398
225,220
5%5,850
77,320


341,752
58,610
U7,131
138,309


621,276
77,545
762,111
2,065,62b

1,407,013
97,702
58,889

93,625

7,o408532
1,293,544
729,466
445,526
359,805
1,184,282

481,170
610,366
211,153

99,199
1,392j1t7
112,372
489,54,2


C"5,9b6
o20,280
649,5 7
355,156


b,200,925
33,985
220,318
2,316,081
295,301
117,295

105,447
48,439
171,577
380,224
27o,12B

1,552,071
1b9,11o
4~q,996
58,9t7


I nr1


39,160
2/900
10b52
22,120

A7,43Z


249,136

101,L53
8,625
1,919

9,'80

7?9,672
14,040
47,971
53,199
36,297
169,s55

54,206
46,150
27,7899

1,218
127,306
7,50)
60,4.0

28.279


433,823


2,932
5,133
5,520
15,360
10,7*7


45,069
8,721
18,239
59,884


83,b02
10,&77
97,269
257, U8

187,310
12,922
8,330

i1,571

1,000,087
185,B53
102,030
o00,75
-8,722
15b,090


1,187
183,565
15,621
6b,373



7,658
1043315
107,598


72,6C6
77,909

116,bl6

72,325
93,394
91,778
51,705


S69,758
35w
35,83b
301,249
39,081
17,365

15,332
&,72b
26,145
52,395
38,051


40, 162
7,867
19,9117
55,955


37,76)
7,524

52,935


52,2951


232,443 2


171,991
11,760
7,695

13,170

908,704


13,18

14,736
58,379


78,895
4,605
29,239
275,986
36,852
15,997


161,820
o10,606
7,297

11,7L1


7308~


50,392
1,89 41E


54,626
72,713
23,790

12,403
165,704

54,993



40,181
92,186
Q6,649

63,445
67,835
b0,035
105,7b4


b2,295
79,714
83,817
15,189


744 986

27,410
263,127
34,716
14,981

13,311
5,517
21,455
46,661
33,548

199,625
20,495
52,803
7,105


U,3IM


* ry


63,~513
66,39?1'

106,3W1


6O,945;i

5,1~59


260,764jl(

15,01.R2i;

13,08



33P56

195,34411
19,6*s
52, 5a6**
7,0%6


- a


Region and


limited


a)~ealsealacs,.sa(aa*4a4
CSllS at a .4... 4t***


*'~~~rr 4 41.3 I i ~a 5


4 4 I


--








W3ThItT 20 SEONCIDAB! IlL! SCIWOA. HI ST&T6t 1QiB-i9


---- ---if


7th grade


. 7208800
:. 39,289

|i 17,910
S 52,736

. 74,28L
9,791
.: 87,639
234,490


Y1O, E2

7,14k


._ r1. 9 1.
: 1,3,553
87,314
50,041o
41,2519
126,759


54,408
73,217
23.801


12,256
I 162,200
12,319
S 54,832

S953,006


88,193
92,632


63,639
63,195
52,875
109,514

59,179
78,619
91,716
45,153


719,804

25,948
244,250
34,586
15,007

12,823
5,670
20,964
S,947
35,496

189,390
20,882
55,198
6,978


I an


2,785,211

670770
35,243
6,615
14,981
47,362

69,91U
8,.87
79,418
226,421

157,091
11,140
6,309


7,789


728 264

74,969
41,467
35,978
109,922

48,949
63,9*6
19,652

11,397
140,888
11,687
46,988
753 108
66,358
38,543
83,145
79.088

58,0Jl
58,613
46,792
90,552

51,912
b9,917
68,402
4I,722




22,586
233,312
29,74
12,461

11,152
4,561
17,966
42,588
29,576

158,929
16,029
45,,15
5,608


8th grade


2z5cJW7


550.163
29,043
5,513
13,523
42,109

55,757
7,057
65,745
178,.15


7.091

629,875


64W6,405
57,060
32,139
70,291
68,647

40,674
49,124
39,055
B3.552

44,670
58,352
62,773
3&,008


554,633


9th grade through


rotal.


9th grade


lOth grade


12th grade

11th grade


and postgraduate


Region and


12th nrade


Stfat


uaLe


6.257.567

2,059,14


218,402
24.,91

686,955


516,
32,
16,


23,422

2,399.208


179,156
194,850
6b,977

34,629
428,795
3b,L12
185,303

1L924 946

98,997
211,057
191,397


1J8,584
lL'7,~95
113,762
257,O'jb


1a874.572

62,148
680,250
82,.33
41,673


2,W42,495

58b,794
29,9M
5.630
12,966
40,190

62,719
7,282
72,210
195,278

140,151
9,010
4,810

6,60

b66 575
118,19
,?,575
38,030
31,398
9b,L1L7


L7,977
55,921
18,619

9,782
122,0?5
10,L1-
50,741

603 749

30,576
66,039
63,458


555.377

19,009
201,721
2t,581
11,851

10,115
4,173
15,205
39,347
26,780

137,872
15,674
41,525
5,258


2,317,913

585,865
28,914
5,049
12,039
38,663

bl,E69
b,7&8
b7,735
197,629

1.6,708
9,527
4,503

6,701

boO.124


120,90i


50,92a


53,723


17,523
192,994
22,731
U,btb

9,732
3,88L
14,137
37,74
27,122


1,954 ViP8


50444d


5,818

574 442
100,271
55,903
34,577
27,369
82,622

&5,022
&5,525
16,806

8,199
104,040
8,739
45.369
432 519
t1
39,285
22,745
48,250
41,695


31,57o
32,538
25,326
56,701


14,207
167,529
19,197
9,990

8,499
3,101
11,488
33,316
24,10

97,254
13,566
34,94"
4,451


1.537,872

380,429
18,793
3,289
7,870
23,089

40,711
4,565
U,805
123,259

100,655
5,913
3,215

4,265

465 190
76,085
45,917
29,808
22,412
6b,158


UNnID


35,009

1b612
68

108
8

836


-, b
-


465

9

3'

32,877


28


;21,8


3b,936
38,859
14,209

7,2b2
81,759
7,L71
38,254

3*4,2167


2s,862
26,767
20,t40
46,135


347 986
-9?
10,898
12.,006
15,915
8,1&n

6,909
2,338
8,b75
28,738
19,137


B


II


S13h"h5


NORTH ATLANTI
Connecticut
Delawars
Maine


hMasachusetts
New Hampsbire
New Jersey
New York

Pennsylvnla
Rhode Island
Vermont


District


GREAT LAKES
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Ilon
ichKanas
Michigan


of Columbia

& PLAINS


>2 Minnesota
- Missouri
- Nebraska


- North Dakota
- Ohio
- South Dakota
18 Wisconsin

- SOUTHEAST
- Alabama
- Arkansas
- Florida
- Georgia

- Kentucky
- Loauisan
- Missisaippi
- North Carolina

- South Carolina
- Tennessee
- Virginia
- West Virgbnda


uUrsmfn~a
fllsai


UTRUNS


1 Arizona
- California
9 Colorado
- Idaho

- Montana
- Nevada
- New Mexico
- Oklahoma
- Oregon

- Texas
- Utah
- Wasnington
- Iroming


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6. iii

TABEI 3.--HIGH SIEOOL ADU:ATSS OF PIILL-TuB PUBLIC SECCMDARf DAY 1
SCICILS, BY SEX AND PY STA"r 1958-59


egion and SSt.e


Total


flw~be


Percent
of total


NIniber


Percent
of total'


United


Statesr


States


and DB,.)t


Percent srse


1,b3,166r
1,~35,01


699,738
,616 ,rl6


?3%48


NORM TLAI I G, ....
Conneticuto...h.
Delaware..,..
ha ne.,,.......


Massachuasetts...
ew Hrampshire.,.
New Jersey......
New York........

Pennsylvania....
Rhode Island....
Ve~mont..*......


District of ColwEbia................,


3S;lOfl 168,7S2 [18.1 1e2.259 51.9


,i ,1F
LYti
1,31,1
o. 7-i1
123,2:.


2,011


ORSP LA1QKS
Illinois..


xansaslj..


Vinesota.

!Ehr~ska..


EGDPIAI4 S


?orth nDtota2/..
Ohio..., ... .. *
Smith Ptotal/..
Wiscoin4s_.....

SUT!rEASTl ........*
Alabaimas/.....
Arkansas,.......
Florida.... ...
GeoEria.. .......

Kentucky.......
Louisiana.. ...
Mississippi5_...
North Carolina..

South Carolina..
Tennessee.......
Virginia3/......
West Virritaa...

WP3R AND SOUTlWST


2 13?1


~Jtlrl
?Iii lb
'-'C')



6,737:


* 4*(*t ***5 455*ll
* 5*49***4*atS** 4*
** 41*)t(c 44 *SSS ea
*5* ***4 *55tSr4 #494

*4 *4t49S *S 4 S 4ta


167 ,A6
%~j~ifj
lDYII
1t~i79


* S U 4*4., 4*4, *


P1 ,i'i)
7'1


Itg

L,LUd
s.2Cr.,C
1,171
3Z,F1r


1t?',36


62,007
7,190
3,6A0


a"nt? r, .,


r. i'v.Tra..
rerran.,,

" .. .,
jlL ho .....
'4m~riinr rl:.n


.-al '1*ne ...................... ... L?
1 ..... .. .. *. .*** ........** C C1.-i11

P epr'.o Ico. .................. ... .... 11, 2


~ `


Il




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7


TABLE L..--?1~tF'I tR cr E'VLTRC'i'. IAL srFTr,
ELn.'"r T*l ANC ;J; 1t'L*RY LiAY


PY r7Ei CF POsi7.1r:, TTN r* rurip- PFUlLIC
-*I'iFK.L', By 5T1Tl: lor,-_r9


'FerLon and St ate


Total
insi ri:-
t:oral1
staff


~)FdrlonF


Fr.c ir I us


CLas5ro"r,

arnl j nar
r.'-, 1 's er-
i pr-. Lr-r
aLr-c' icr-pl
taifI1I


l'rul in-
5' ru: Lon-
ii Slaff



r:led


"lnh te


at.d D.C.j:

I' n-e ......


ncrso .e,
o10r1j..r .. .


"" qT 4 T'. t
Corinn c F C
'eLa'rnre.

!'ar l; nd.


.3 ,jjj!


I~c
.''iarr
"SW .1er3
.1 **c rr


'.rr31Vri'*
3Lf!.


tL ''



I I ?

*I :
'-


.1 '*.**


,* r ,


L'* -'**.. 7


.. ..i


5r i. F 3T .... .




L F"rlda,.......
r 135 1 3 T .. .
T.ori, C;r-l iT'r.

Scu t.r r 1'i"? -,'
Terora*sa e......
V.r1 r ,1 4 ... ..
deat. ".r.'t-rtA.,



/i a 1's.. .
4 L a. .
SI..

Colorado.......
Idaho........


ieu,1;

*",'-.


P'ntafla.,
rlevdas....
'Few r'excc.
Cikll ona..
Gre--or.I...


Teyns, ,


^vOjlnf.
47tts.. .,


Clltl **- r~
A'r rican r.-.a

(13Yntil ''cn.,,
RIAID r fICO...
Guarq...........
!uTrtiii..co.....
Pauerlrj Rico,...


I.1 :r n YYIIII ,.unlf


t 1* L


L1 a !?


L1S,


L%99


*
-fr


- I-


jr'rl?3


'I E I` rCi rlil ~~,,,,,


J, .;


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I


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1 """:*i


UNIVEI



T'PLE .--l'PBl't COr 3I L1 I-STrICTr MID NUH!3 OF PUBLIC 52PO LS
ITCL'DI1GM 1-TflAC'it 3CHOOL51, BY SATEs 195d-59 -


Re.',o Frj ird Sta


Unt Stteas -9 Stat

1957-$B_ ..........
Percent ct'gn'e,
1"57-Ni t 190 5r-ir.


~rann c I.;


'Rr~iRrsd.


School
districts
(~ncl. run-
oper'atugI;


and D4G.4t


I7,t.?.


......I .*... I..


flC1~115
pl~rl .r'


1'.< a *L -...


7') -*,
-i 'I--.


GMRT IAPAS AMW PIL
Illinois....,...4
Indiana......

Eanesas,,.......-
Michigan.,,. ....

Minnesota.**.....
FMissouri...,. .
1ebraskaL... ...

North lDakotal...
Ohio....**. ..,
South flDakota.,
Wiscnnsin.......


Alabama...,..
Arkansas...,,...
Florida..,,....
Geor|ia .. ...

Ientacky.,r.*....
Louisiana..,...
Mississippi..,
lorth Carolina...

South CGrolira..
Tennessee.....
Virpinia........
West Virriinia...

WEST AND SOUTHWEST
Alaska..........

California.....,

Idaho,..*.,, ....


*1*iJS
-II
*L.


Montana.,.
Nevada..,..
lew edxico.
Okllahoma..
Orepn,,.,-.


lTah .....,
Washington.
Vominvg...


1.'ur!
*r. .c




island.


P rt 3


colleges, junior co'i-es, ,*:r t.:h-
l .. .- 4 .* -- 1 .. *, 4


Seflarenar
sc'i0C13


Secondary
schools
Siircludring
Junior high)


Coinittnfy
or juj.
colleges/.J


_3/,9,1.? 2,539 262


1-teacher schools
(el o Included
in elementary
schools)


Number


jf.2215


As a percent
of total elemen-
tanr schanl.


I -' C *04. .~. 3 I ~.~-L*I4 -

I i~ ,3'5 1J15jJ3 26 I


5 1.0
22 15.1.

17 L.I


n~,oir'*"^::::::::""p~


aIA:1

2.2if


'.352
LS
h5
276
192
66


7 1 I ...
9 1 -
3 1 1 L.8
6; 9'5 9 5.5
L31 731 L1.0
3 8 27.6

b f-nre3entBr wii r Of d Lr 5tr3tvE Euni8 'jOLnt
ab, s. .-v 21v 4 vv"


Schools (incl. nonneratnuip)


9


1,UjQ


iAL2


Rrn jF -H.I 7


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