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Summary: 1926/28- contains statistical tabulations relative to the public schools of the state (Division of Research and Statistics).
Summary: 1926/28 includes the Thirty-third biennial report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Biennial report of the Director of Education; 1928/30- include the Thirty-fourth biennial report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Biennial report of the State Board of Education.
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report for 1896/98 not printed. Cf. A.R. Hasse, Index of economic material in documents of the United States. California, 1849-1904, p. 85.
Numbering Peculiarities: 1926/28- in two parts each year. Part 1 includes the Thirty-third- Biennial report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Biennial report of the Director of Education; pt. 2, contains the statistical tabulations relative to the public schools of the state (Division of Research and Statistics).
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S"i'" I .'" I i .I. .L'L i I i I IC INSTRUCTION




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Suj'r:inT lnh rnt ,I F'iii'Pu lic Instruction






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STATE OF CALIFORNIa
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF IPLBLIC INSTRUCTIoN)




Twenty-fifth Biennial Report



OF THE




Superintendent of Public Instruction


FOR THE



School "' r Ending June 30. 1911. and June 30. 1912






Transmitted to the Governor September 15, 1912


FRIEND W\~. RICHARDSON, SUPl'lNTENDENT OF STATE PRINTING
SACRAMENTO. CALIFORNIA
1912





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CONTENTS
PAGE.
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL ----------------------------------------- 5
DIRECTORY-
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ---------_.-------------------
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS ---------------------------- 7
CITY SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS ---- -----------------------
GENERALIZATIONS-
KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS ---------------------------- 9
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS -------------. ----------------- 9
HIGH SCHOOLS ---------------------------------- ------------- 11
STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS ---.------------------- ---- 12

STATISTICAL.
Kindergarten Schools.
Table No. 1-Number of Counties Maintainiug, Number of Teachers,
Number of Pupils Enrolled, Attendance _-- ----_-- 1G
Table No. 2-Receipts, Expeuditures, Valuation of Property, Average
Salary of Teachers -. ---- ______----- -- 17

Elementary Schools.
Table No. 3-Number of Districts, Average Daily Attendance, Number
of Teachers Allowed on Average Attendance, Number
of Teachers Employed -----------------------------_ 21
Table No. 4-Number of Pupils Enrolled by Grades by Counties --.----- 22
Table No. 5-Total Number of Pupils Enrolled by Counties, Number
of Graduates, Percentage of Graduates on Eighth
Grade Enrollment ------- -- 2S
Table No. 6-Average Number of Days School was Maintained,
Average Daily Attendance ------------- ------------- 29
Table No. 7-Apportionment of State School Funds, Total Receipts --_-- 30
Table No. S-Expenditures, Valuation of Property -__ ---- 31
Table No. 9-County Tax Rate for Elementary Schools, Average
Annual Amount Paid Teachers ----___---- 32


i ,I,- N. .--',..,.i .1 ,..ols, Number of Teachers Employed,
\, .1: -...-. of Days School was Maintained..--- 35
T i- s I1- .-,.; .-. r i audents by Grades in Each County ..-- -- 36
i i- .. i --.- -.,: i ...i Attendance, Number of Graduates,
I-, : ; :. ., ."ir dates on Enrollment in Fourth Year ----- 40
I r- [1. ] -- i .1 \%., by Counties, Total Receipts, Total
r ,.j --r.: -------4-- ---------- ------- 42
ti. 1- !-- .I... .. r i iperty, Average Annual Amount Paid
IT ..- A. -. ,:e District Tax Rate for Support of .------ 44
i N i' --..-.,, i-.'.. Since 1851 ------------___- ___ 46

IrIoiij.r r i. r it, '' I ; i'.. Blind.
T .- i. i' -i i... ...- ..' ....hber of Teachers, Receipts and Expendi-
lur.. \'ai. ,- a. of Property --------------- -_--_ 51

.'u;,(P. h -, I fr../, i ,,,
I .F- .. i;-- .,r.. rr T-i. :uers, Number of Students, Number of
,r. i.- i .pts and Expenditures, Valuation of
r -. .r, .. ...._____________----------------- 55,







4 CONTENTS.

Stnte Normal Schools.
Table No. 1S-Number of Teachers, Students Enrolled, Receipts and
Expenditures. Valuation of Property, Number of Vol-
umes in Libraries, Number of Graduates _--------------- 59

University of California.
Table No. 19 -Number of Teachers, Students. Icceilpts and Expendi-
tures, Assets -7------------___------- --- 67

Sale of State Te.rt Books.
Table No. 2Q--Number of Books Sold. t'osl of lManufacture, Amount
Paid into Text Book FIundl Cost of royalty on Books,
Amount Iaid into Royalty Fund, Price of Books to
Dealer, nt Sneramn nto, Total Income from Sale of
Books for thel two years r edli June 30, 1912 '---_ ---_-

General Summoary of Staotistics.
Table No. 21-Totals for 1911 and 1932, for Kindergarten Schools,
Elementary Schools. Normal Schools ----__ ------ 79

General Review.
Table No. 22-Comparison of Statistical Totals of 1002 with those of 1912__ S7










BIENNIAL REPORT, 1910-1912. SECTION 1 I--- R Of TRANSMITIAL AND EDUCATIONALL DIR[CORY.
By EDWARD HYATT, Superintendent of Publik nstrudion.












LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.


Honorable HIRAM W. JonNsoN,
Governor of California,
Sacramento. California,
SIR:
I have the honor to submit the subjoined Tabular Statements
containing resum6s of the statistics gathered by the office of the Super-
intendent of Public Instruction for the two years extending from July 1,
1910, to July 1, 1912, together with some generalizations and observa-
tions drawn therefrom, for the convenience of legislators or others
interested in educational legislation.
I am, sir, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
EDWARD HYATT,
Superintendent Public Instruction.








EDUC TIONAL DIRECTORY.


EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY.



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HIRAM W. JOHNSON, Govrrnor ---- ------ -------------- Sacramento
President of the Board.

EDWARD HIYATT, Superintendent of Public Instruclion _------------Sacramento
Secretary of the Board.

MORRIS E. DAILY .-- -. ----------------------------------- San Jose
President of State Normal School.

J. F. MILLSPAUGII---------------------- -- -- ----------L Angeles
President of State Normal School.

ALLISON WARE ____----------------- Chico
President of State Normal School.

EDWARD L. HARDY ------ --.---------------------- ------- San Diego
President of State Normal School.

FREDERIC iL. BURI K________------ ------------ Ran Francisco
President of State Normal School.

BENJAMIN IDE IVIEELER .---.-----.------------Berkeley
President of State University.

A. F. LANGE .---- --------- ------------ -------- Berkeley
Professor of Pedagogy at State T'niversity.

EDNA A. RICH-------------------------------Santa Barbara
President State Normal School of Manual Arts and Home Economics.

CIIAs. L. MCLANE ........--------- ----- ----------.. .-- - Fr-"P -
SPresident of State N .1 : I -..








COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS.



COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS Of SCHOOLS.


County.


Alameda ... ..-------
Alpine --...------.
Amador ............
Butte -- ...---------
Calaveras -------
Colusa
Contra Costa -- ....
Del Sorte ............
El Dorado .-- _----
Fresno .....--------
Glenn ----
Humboldt -------...
Imperial ----
Inyo ----
Kern _--_-_---_--
Keing ~~..............
Kings ----------
Lake ---------
Lassen -
Los Angeles .---.------
Madera ---------
Alarin ----- -.
3Iariposa---------
AMendocino ---.......--.
Mierced ---
Modoc ----------
liono --------------------
Monterey ...-------
Napa --........-----....
Nevada ----------
Orange ---------...
Placer -. _------ --_-
Plumas-------
Riverside----------
Sacramento --------
San Benito .......------
San Bernardino .__-....
San Diego ---------
San Francisco ----------
San .Joaquin -.----.....
San Lirs Obispo -.....
San 3Iateo -..-....--..
Santa Barbira -...-
Santa Clara ..........
Santa Cruz ---......----
Shasta -. ....-..- ...
Sierra --.......-...
Siskiyou ---
Solano -...----.-----
Sonoma ----
Stanislaus -..------..
Sutter .--- -- ......
Tehama -------
Trinity -----------............
Tular ...--------..........
Tuolumne ----- -
Ventura ---------___-
Yolo ------------ -
Tuba


Name.


Geo. W. Frick --------.
Mrs. E. A. Grover .-----....
W. 11. Greenhalgh.-..........
Mrs. Minnie Abrams-- ..---
Frank Wells -- ..-------
Mrs. IF. M. Rhodes .--.......
W. H. Hanlon ----------
Jos. M. Hamilton....--.....-
S. B. Wilson ... ......----------
E. W. Lindsay ----------
S. M1. Chancy--- ------
George Underwood ..-------.
L. E. Cooley ..-...-- .. ..-------
MAirs. AM. A. Clarke ------... ..
Robert L. Stockton ...-----
Mrs. N. E. Davidson .....-...
Hettie Irwin ---------
W. B. Philliber .. ..----- .-
Mark Keppel...
Mr Kpe-----------------
Craig Cunningham ---
Jas. B. Davidson ..----...-
Julia L. Jones* .....----...
L. W. Babcock ------..........
Margaret Sleehyl...i-......--
Mrs. Nettie B. Harris ----
Cordelia E. Hays .--------
A. J. Hennessy .....------
Margaret MA. Alelvin -----
R. .1. Fitzgerald -.- -------
R. P. Mitchell----------
Preston W. Sinith ---------
Mrs. AM. A. Haill-.....-----
Raymond Cree -...-------
Mrs. Minnie O'Neil---
W. J.. Cagney---------
A. S. lMePherron -----
Hugh J. Baldwin --..
Alfred Roneovierit -----..
John W. Auderson ------
W. S. Wight ...----------
Roy W. Cloud .....----------
lamie V. Lehner ---------
ID. T. Bateman......--........-
Champ S. Price.. ......-----
Lulu E. White .....-------....
Belle Alexander....-..........
Willis H. Parker. --------
D. II. White -----....----
Florence M. Barnes _--...-..-
Florence Boges ---------____-
H. W. Heiken-................-
Delia D. Fish .....-------....
Mrs. Minnie Aldrieb--_____c--
J. E. Buckman -. ___--------
G. P. Morgan..................
Jas. E. Reynolds ......__--
Mrs. J. A. Henshall.--------
William P. Cramsie ..-...---.


Address.


-------- Oakland
------- arkleeville
..-------. Jackson
..---- Oroville
------. San Andreas
...------ Colusa
Martinez
-...- ..Oreseent City
.------ Plaeerville
----- _-- Fresno
V--- Willows
.---..-... Eureka
-.----- El Centro
------- Bishop
.-...--- Bakersfield
---------- Hanford
------- Lakeport
.......--- Susanville
--- Los Angeles
M--------- adera
.-...--- ..San Rafael
......---- .... Mariposa
------------- Ukiah
.--..-....--- Mereed
------ Alturas
-------- Bridgeport
..------..... Salinas
------------------- Napa
..-..-Nevada City
------------Santa Ana
--- .- Auburn
---- .------ Quincy
--------- Riverside
--- Saeramento
--------- Hollister
-..---- San Bernardino
SSan Diego
---... San Francisco
.. -. --- Stockton
-..--- San Luls Ohispo
.......... Redwood City
--..-- Santa Barbara
..............-------.San Jose
---.... Santa Cruz
----.....--...-- Redding
.--.... Downievillp
------- Yreka
-- -- Fairfield
............. Santa Rosa
_--------.... Modesto
-----------o Yuba City
R--- Red Bluff
---........ Weaverville
------........ Visalia
----- Columbia
................ Ventura
--.... Woodland
.............. larysville


County Superintendents are secretaries of their respective county boards of education.
*Resiignd-John L. Dexter appointed.








REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.



CITY SUPERINTENDENTS Of SCHOOLS.


County,


Name of Superintendeut


Alameda ------
Bakersfield -.---
Berkeley ----
Chico .....--------
Eureka...... --
Fresno -----
Long Beach __-----
Los Angeles -......-----
Mlarysville --....--...._
Oakland ----
Oroville ----......-
Palo Alto -..-__...._--
Pasadena ------
Pomona ---
Richmond --.-----. -
Riverside ---
Sacramento ......---
Salinas -----
San Bernardino -_.----
San Buenaventuru a...
San Diego -. ---- ---
San Jose ..-. --- -
San Luis Obispo ....--
San Rafnel --------
Santa Ana ----
Santa Barbara ..-----
Santa Cruz G ....
Santa Monica --....--
Santa Rosa _---------
Stockton .-----_-
Vallejo ._ ------
Visalia . .. .


Alameda ------------ --.... -Will C. Wood
Kern ------ ----------- D. W. Nelson
Alameda ------- P....----..rank F. Bunker
Butte --------------------------Chas. H. Camper
Humb'oldt --.. ..-- ...- C. C. Hughes
Fresno ----- C. L. McLane
Los Angeles ..----- ----- J. D. Graham
Los Angeles .--- ----.. ----- J. H. Francis
Ybla -....--------- -----------.... Wm. P. Cramsle
Alameda -...... ---- ..-------J. W. McOlymonds
Butte ----..----.---.--. ------.---------.II B. Short
Santa Clara _-----.-. --.._.._-.. J. C. Templeton
Los Angeles --------------------r. J. i. Rhodes
Los Angeles ....------ -------- R. Murphy
Contra Costa ----.- .- ---.--.-.... W. T. Helms
Riverside ..-------.. ...... ----------A. N. Wheelock
Sacramento ..------- -. ..-------...0. W. Erlewine
Monterey .------- -....... .....--- -- L. E. Kilkenny
San Bernardino -------. --------------F. W. Conrad
Ventura ------------ ---- ----------- A. L. Vincent
San Diego --....-- -.......------- Duncan MacKinnon
Santa Clara ..------..------ ---------..Alex Sherriffs
San Luis Obispo --.....---- ------Chas. R. Small
Marin ........- - ---------------.A. B. Anderson
Orange ..----- --- ----- ... J. A. Cranston
Santa Barbarau .....---------------- F. M. Fultz
Santa Cruz .-..------. ---------- J. W. Linscott
Los Angeles ---..-........... ------- Horace 15. Rebok
Sononma ..-- ----._...-- --.. ..-- T. F. Brownscombe
San Joaquin _------ --------Ansel S. Williams
Solano ......------------ --------------- .1. Armstrong
Tulare ------------- ------....------------. J. Walker







GENERALIZATIONS.


GENERALIZATIONS.

It is manifestly impossible and undesirable to publish all the details
of all the statistics concerning the schools of all the counties of Cali-
fornia that have been sent to the office of the Superintendent of Public
Instruction during the last fiscal period. Therefore, the following
resumes have been prepared, showing the results most likely to he of
general interest and wide significance. Any further figures for special
purposes or those relating to local particularities will be gladly furnished
by the office so far as possible, upon personal application. The follow-
ing generalizations, concerning each of the members of our educational
system, may be of interest:

KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS.
The tables on the following pages show that while the territory served
by the kindergarten schools has not greatly increased in extent, the
number of teachers and pupils and the money expended have greatlyy
advanced. Thus, since 1905, the enrollment has risen from 5.309 to
9,713, the average daily attendance from 2,602 to 4,991, the number of
teachers from 143 to 262, the total expenditures from $92,6990.s0 to
$205.454.30, and the average cost per pupil from $17.46 to $21.15.
Thirteen of the fifty-eight counties of the State report kindergartens
connected with their public schools, viz: Alameda, Fresno, Los Angles,
Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Francisco. San
Diego, Santa Barbara, Tehania, Ventura. and Yolo. In 1905, twelve
counties so reported.
The kindergarten seems to have grown upon an implication rather
than a direct provision of law. Previous to 1905, the enrollment and
attendance of the kindergarten was carried as a part of the elementary
schools. This procedure was stopped by a decision of the Supreme
Court in that year, separating the kindergarten from the elementary
schools and' placing the burden of their financial support upon the
local communities that establish them.
It is suggested that the Legislature might well amend sections 1617,
1S30 and 1840 of the Political Code so as to provide definitely a method
for forming these schools, and for supporting them by local taxation
after they are formed.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
In the past ten years there has been an increase of more than 100.000
children in this department, or 38.4 per cent. This is a larger gain
than at any other time in our history. A specially important and
interesting fact is that while the enrollment has increased 38 per cent,
the graduations have increased 197 per cent during the same period.
This apparently shows that the work of the upper grammar grades is
becoming more satisfactory and attractive to the parents ..-.i Hl.
i,1111.I., ',.1l that the pupils are staying longer in the schools.







10 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

More than 20,000 yearly are graduated from the elementary schools.
Not all of these have opportunity for entering high schools or for
doing any advanced work. Section 1779 attempts to provide further
instruction in elementary schools beyond the reach of high schools, but
it needs amendment so as to be more elastic and so as to provide more
definitely the funds necessary for such work.
The radical change made by the Legislature of 1911 in the method
of apportioning school revenue appears to be a beneficial law. Basing
the money upon the average daily -attendance seems to act as an
efficient compulsory attendance act, in that the teachers and educational
officers are impelled to go out into the by ways and gather the children
in wherever and whenever possible. It tends to make the school more
attractive and popular, too; the dull, uninteresting school loses money.
Possibly the overgrown girl and the slow boy are more welcome and
are less severely compared with their fellows than before.
Many changes in the laws pertaining to elementary schools will be
necessary during the coming session. Sections 1532-43-51-76a, 1617-
24-74, and possibly others, should have all reference to school census
expunged, since the census is no longer recognized by our law.
Section 1543a, providing interest on deferred school orders, has
apparently not fulfilled its purpose, and the school people of the State
are asking its repeal. It seems to cause a large amount of labor and
expense with little benefit to anyone. In addition, the recent change
in tax laws bringing the state funds to the schools in September instead
of in January. really makes this section unnecessary, as the money is
thus on hand for the payment of the bills as they fall due, in most
localities.
The adoption of the so-called free textbook amendment by a vote of
some 350,000 persons at the last election brings forward some very
important enabling legislation. It will be necessary to provide funds
for manufacturing books, for paying royalties, for shipping books, and
for the many other things essential to this vast .ri.nui.:r. i.1 .rnt.-rpri
It will be necessary to form detailed plans for ac.-ii. .: ir...i.I:l.oi: .I.I
distributing. I would recommend that the mat'. i- l.. ...- -
servative. careful and economical way. Improve( i... ,,..i 1. ,.: -,i .I ..-
can easily be made from time to time as occasion t.,,,r... Iu.I :. rr. :....i
things may well be left for the future. It is hi,.l11. Ii i.- i '..i., i i
this new departure in a way that shall not invite o(<...I ...u. .1 1 II .11
be burdensome upon the people who pay the tax..: i1 mr.1i I .. .......i
bred that there are many interests ready to take i. i i... -..I uir ,... r
every mistake and thousands of voices waiting '.. r ..... .
possible opportunity. It must be remembered th .1 .... r l ".'i.i'i' r.. **I
voted against this amendment. It will be well t.. t.'n .......r .I'..]
without violent changes in manner or style; to e ... 1. ..Ih .. -..
books already extant; to get a full measure of ser- ... .. r fI Ii ;
be distributed; and to manage the whole venture oo i I .... -
fidenee and to allay fear. Once establish the tp'.'' i. . ,1 ti, r'.







GENERALIZATIONS. 11

successful form and it can be pruned and shaped as the years go on
to the highest excellence that the people can devise.
The text book amendment makes necessary another important piece
of legislation, the formation of a State Board of Education. This is a
vexed question that has been too widely and variously discussed to enter
upon here in detail. I would only venture the general suggestions
that the new board be made small enough to get together easily and
to dispatch business with celerity: that it be a stable body, not subject
to sudden or frequent changes; that it be not unfairly representative
of any particular element of our educational system; and that it be
formed to cooperate with the elective branch of our school machinery.
It is the theory of our Constitution that the official machinery for the
county, and also for the State, shall consist of a democratic superin-
tendent and a bureaucratic board, each to be a check and a safeguard
upon the other. Harmonious relationship should be encouraged so
far as possible and causes for conflict avoided in the formation of
the new board.
HIGH SCHOOLS.

The growth of the high school in California has been truly marvelous.
There seems to be no limit to what the people will do in the way of
providing buildings and equipment for this popular educational insti-
tution. Probably its phenomenal growth has been due largely to the
law providing State aid for high schools in 1903. The following table
puts this unparalleled increase into cold figures for the past ten years.
Particular attention is directed to the percentages of increase, ranging
from thirty-seven to more than fifteen hundred:

1902". 1". | per L

Number of schools ----- -- 139 229 65.
Number of teachers ......------ 606 2,312 281.5
Enrollment -.--- -14,292 47,420 231.8
Graduates -__------------- ------_ 1,907 5,357 180.9
Average daily attendance ----- 12,148 38,181 214.3
Receipts of all kinds .. - --...- 1,i- ; 1 00 $9.736,892 00 594.6
Expenditures .----- -------------.- 00 '' 6,862,735 00 481.8
Cost per pupil, exclusive of cost of
buildings ----------.. --- -------- 59 28 90 21 52.2
:. 1., ;i:.. .......---.------------------. 160,404 23 2,584,896 47 1.510
i. .. ,-.. . -. -...-- 641,863 07 3,026.023 83 372

1'li.. I i ....r..i... ,.i .-f State aid was made in 1904. It yielded
t'.-44' I. --..h- .1. ,I- !I high schools, with a further allowance of
Ill 2-" 1i ,f..i ..,u i'..: I ,rage daily attendance. Eight years later,
L.., I 1' 1 t -!.!: :- .'- : to each of our 221 schools, with $9.99 per
I..i..I i .l. . 11...i-- .ge daily attendance.
Tm,,. 6i ,. ,i.,-.. :- .. ne discouraging fact. The graduations do
i,., I p..i.[ .. ,- I' . I ,, .' ilmhnents in the per cent. of increase. In the
:.e r i-.r Ip 4" 4 -' i ...,I:i were enrolled. Of these, 46 per cent were







12 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

in the first year. 24 in the second, 17 in the third and only 13 in the
fourth, while the percentage actually graduating is still smaller. There
is still a fearful mortality at the end of the first year, as is shown by
the drop from 46 per cent to 24. We have not yet succeeded in holding
the children of the people in these schools. They can continue growth
and prosperity only as they are able to attract and hold the children of
the whole people, not merely the scholastic-minded section of the people;
and hold not only those who are as they ought to he, but those who are
as they are!
A great responsibility is placed upon the educational forces of the
State by the faith and the trust with which the people meet every
demand for the high school. They believe in it. they bond themselves
and tax themselves to an unprecedented extent, they cheerfully supply
necessity and luxury alike. The school people must rise to the occasion.
They must not let the name "College of the People" become a misnomer.
They must not drive away half their flock at the end of the first year,
hut must find ways to grapple them with hooks of steel-with hloks of
interest, hooks of life, hooks of practical human activity!
To harmonize existing laws relating to high schools, it may h, sng-
gested that sections 1730 and 1731 of thle Political Code should provide
for high school trustees taking office in MIay instead of Jnly: that
section 175s should be repealed, since it conflicts with a later law; and
that section 1742 should provide some method by which the location of
a county hig h school can be changed in case of necessity.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS.

Percentag. of
1912. 1902.
Gain. Loss.

Number of school ------ -- 5 7 40
Nu ler 'of teachers-
Men ---_. ........-- ... -....... ..- 37 19
Women .-- __----------------- 70 121i
Enrollinent in normal department-
Boys --------------------------------- 179 136
Girls _----------- .-_ ......----- 1,604 3,026
Training Department-
Boys --------------------------- 686 1,305 i
Girls .-_- .......- ---------- 720 1.378
Graduates-
Boys ....-------- ................. 41 45
Girls ------.---. ---- ---..-- ..---... 365 1,098
Financial--
Receipts --------- .------ -------. $216,226 00 $488,417 00 I
Expenditures ...-------. ---------. 209,110 00 447,428 00 iI


The poverty of men in the ranks of our teachers is a, ....... r,.r
and an unfortunate condition. Whenever possible it I. ..I 1..
remedied. Every effort should be made to enroll a large r [i.,i r I
of men in our preparatory schools. Courses of study ..'- I --u. I
conditions should be made as attractive as possible to me:. i'.- .1-






GENERALIZATIONS. 13

the cure lies in fostering a spirit of devotion to the public weal com-
parable to the religious zeal that drove young men in countless
thousands to the Crusades, that impels young men to lives as mission-
aries or as teachers of sectarian schools. Possibly our preparatory
schools should be actuated by the enthusiasm and determination of
the smaller and older colleges of this nation in the past, when they
regularly sent out their best men to labor among the young people in
the homes, kindling the sparks of ambition, inducing many a one to
enlist in learning's cause who otherwise might have remained unknown.
The teacher's life is a worthy one, it is of great value to the nation, it
should in some way appeal to thousands of our young men. Great
numbers are growing up in this rich land who are not compelled by
necessity to labor. They come of parents who had to work and who
were successful, and they are therefore of great natural ability; but
they have not the stimulus of poverty. Many of these, of course, must
destroy themselves by lives of weak effeminacy or vapid dissipation.
Others, there are, however, who would be glad to be of use to the world
if they knew how. If this waste current of energy, enterprise, strength,
enthusiasm could in some way be turned into the profession of teaching
what a vast impetus it would be to the State!
In the way of .legislation, it may be observed that while it was the
original intent and purpose of our laws for the State normal schools to
be uniform in admission, conduct, course of study and graduation,
the actual results have been very far from that condition. As a matter
of fact, each of the seven schools is run as an independent institution,
developing and extending its activities along the lines that seem to
it expedient, without reference to its fellows. A joint normal board is
provided by the law, charged with the duty of prescribing a uniform
course of study, uniform textbooks, uniform standards of admission and
uniform graduation for all of the schools.
It has not been found possible to do this. Some normal schools
have been growing in the direction of agriculture, some toward manual
arts. Some'have preparatory courses, others do not. Some are moving
toward the preparation of high school teachers, others toward special
training in kindergarten or technical studies.
I would not be understood as saying that any of these conditions are
wrong or are undesirable; but only that the laws affecting normal
schools should be overhauled and made to authorize distinctly the things
that may be done. The joint normal board should be abolished unless
some definite and useful function can be found for it. If the normal
school may properly pass from the preparation of elementary teachers
to those of high school rank, that should be plainly set forth. In a
word. the law and the facts should be carefully studied, discussed, and
brought into harmonious relationship, by the law-making body.


































STATISTICAL TABLES.

KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS.

TABLE NO. 1. Number of Counties Maintaining, Number of Teachers, Number of
Teachers Eurolled, Attendance.
TABLE No. 2. Receipts, Expenditures. Valuation of Property, Average Salary of
Teacher.







16 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.


KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS.

TABLE No. 1.

Statistics of Kindergarten Schools, showing number of Teachers, Enrollment, Average
Attendance, and Average Number of Days School was Maintained, by Counties.

Total Total enrollment, Aerage
nomba number
teacher Avneratg dally of day3
e~loy"ed attendance s.hl
Countless slrd 1911. 1913. ds. s
omeonrl). .malaloed.
1911. 1912. Boy. Girls. Boy, Girls. 11. 1912 1911. 1912.

Aluieda ........----- 3 3 107 102 106 98 83 92 191 191
Fresno ..- --.. ...... 2 2 54 42 41 48 55 56 177 181
Los Angeles ..----- 187 208 2,625 2,738 3,315 3,494 3,108 -3,762 180 163
Orange .------ ..- 3 4 73 87 83 81 90 103 169 170
Riverside ...------. 3 3 44 74 58 67 63 I8 I0 1SO
Sacramento -..-...- 17 20 277 296 373 487 241 289 183 185
San Bernardino -..- 2 3 44 24 45 61 46 52 180 180
San Diego ......---. 6 6 238 347 373 432 223 320 200 200
San Francisco ---... 1 1 32 31 33 37 29 25 204 225
Santa Barbara ... 8 8 115 163 137 143 123 138 200 200
Tchama -..----.-. --- 1 1 14 11 17 20 16 19 160 161
Ventura ....--- ...-- 2 2 47 40 54 38 43 45 200 196
Tolo ..--------.-- . 1 1 17 25 21 21 18 22 180 10

Totals --------- 236 262 3,787 3,980 4,686 5,027 4,138 4.991 *185 *186














TABLE No. 2.
Statistics of Kindergartens, showing receipts, expenditures, valuation of property, and average annual salary paid teachers.


Alameda --------
Fresno -- :
Lorosoo--------------------------
Los Angeles .. .--
Ora.nge --------------
Rivorsile _----------------- --
Macramento -------
MSn Bernardino .--.....-------...
Soni Diego -...-- ------------...-

Sant a Barbaurai -----... -----
l''ehama ......----------------------------
Venturu ..------..-.-----. ---------
Yolo ..........-----------------------

Totals.....----------------------------


R eceipts. total na slasble funds. ,
Including balance on hand d Exleodnitures tor all purpose. Valuation of all property. Avrloe annual siary
receipts from all cenrces. prid teachers.

1911. 1912. 1911. 1912. 1911. 1912. 1 1. 1912

$3,525 00 $3,510 00 $3,525 0 $3,50 00 $61 00 1 $150 00 $1,1200 00 $1,130 00
1,594 49 1,500 16 1.504 33 1,426 66 '1,:) 0 1 .,300 00 675 00 67 ( 15 "
156,121 92 176,972 15 139.632 37 15(;,972 45 109,035 00 115,272 00 663 84 719 .i,
2.020 00 2,545 00 2.021 00 2,545 00 6,400 00 46.400 00 630 011 57i 7i 1
2,593 63 2,603 00 2,9 :1163 2,603 00 2,0 00 l 2,050 0 776 O11 776 (it)
11,540 Cil 16,268 0U 11,540 1)I) 16,268 01 14,650 (11 20,250 00 6li( 11 692 I) m
1,645 00 2.4111 20 1.6t1. iH 2.401 20 -.. II(111 71, 61 H
7,163 22 7715 20 7,1611 2 7.715 211 700 00 1,010 0(
I840 li 858 110 84( 010 0 ----- 1 40 1: I )
S 10,619 71 10,007 9 9,647 76 8,148 12 11,500 00 14,.50, ll 777 011 7A56 2 H
1,423 11 1,600 17 60) 00 642 90 ------------- 001 00 6:37 50
1.725 1,680 82 1.725 ( 1,680 82 1,325 O0 762 50 762 50
1,03t 79 1,0 9:3 655 0 652 95 173 00 175 0 585 00 617 50

$- 201.840 90 $226.843 21 $183,062 11 $205,454 30 $153,03300 $16.597 00 .$738 76 $952 07


Counties.































ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.

TABLE NO. 2. Number of Districts. Average Daily Attendance, Number of Teachers
Allowed on Attendance, Number of Teachers Employed.

TABLE No. 4. Number of Pupils Enrolled by Grades by Counties.

TABnIE NO. 5. Total Number of Pupils Enrolled by Counties. Number of Graduates,
Percentage of Graduates on Eighth Grade Enrollment.

TABLE No 3. Average Number of Days School Was Maintained, Average Daily
Attendance.

TABLE NO. 7. Apportionment of State School Funds. Total Receipts.

TABLE No. S. Expenditures, Valuation of Property.

'TABLE NO. 9. County Tax Rate for Elementary Schools. Average Annual Amount
Paid Teaclers.










ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS STATISTICS.

STATISTICS Of ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.

TABLE No. 3.
Number of districts and number of teachers.

Number of teachers actunlly
Number of oober of teaeors emled n ah u.
school dlstrelts allowed on aer0ge


Countle- y on

1911. 1912. 1911.
Alameda -------------- 45 46 832
Alpine -------- 3 3 3
Amador --.----------- 40 3S 58.41
Butte ------ ------- 78 75 152
Calaveras -........... 54 54 68.69
Colusa -- ---------- 34 36 43.80
Contra Costa -....--. 57 57 135
Del Norte -----... ---- 16 16 20
El Dorado ............. 56 57 56.99
Fresno 1--.7------ 129 133 376.09
Glenn ----- -------- 39 39 49.93
Humboldt ............. 102 103 175
Imperial ----------.. 29 35 53
Inyo ------------ 21 22 27
Kern ----------- 81 82 155.50
Kings ---- --------- 31 33 77.22
Lake --..-------------- 38 37 46.25
Lassen ....------ ... 36 36 39
Los Angeles ..------ 144 147 1,760.47
Madera -- 33 33 46.32
Marin ---.............. 46 46 88.66
Mariposa -------- 26 30 27.15
Mendocino .---....... 124 121 156.75
Merced ---------- 58 60 87.87
Mlodoc -- --------- 38 39 48
Mono ----- -..... 9 8 11
Monterey ------------- 87 88 127.55
Napa ------- 52 52 90.05
Nevada .........------- 46 45 80
Orange ---- -------- 46 46 159.53
Placer ----......... 54 54 82.98
Plumas ----...-----... 28 32 30
Riverside ----.. ----. 54 66 149.06
Sacramento ----------- 73 72 211.74
San Benito .-----..-- 35 37 47.65
San Bernardino --___ 63 61 234.11
San Diego -.- ----__ 105 117 273.83
San Francisco --- 1 1 1,088
San Joaquin -..--.-- 85 88 196.96
San Luis Obispo--... 92 92 126
San Mateo ----------- 35 36 107.14
Santa Barbara ..--- 62 61 115.30
Santa Clara .---.....- 82 83 316.78
Santa Cruz .------ 60 59 118.88
Shasta ------ 111 108 135
Sierra --- --------- 18 18 22
Siskiyou -- ------- 90 89 117
Solano ---- --...... 52 52 108.81
Sonoma ........------- 14 147 247.59
Stanislaus -..-........ 56 59 132.59
'jtt.'r ....... ... ..- 34 33 13
i- ...... ... ....... 63 66 84.47
i . 25 2q 26
I .** .. ....... .... 110 114 207.05
T.. I. .- .. .... ..... 34 35 56
-. r . 50 50 86.20
i . 47 46 73.63
.' . ..... .. . ... b .7 ii
I ,.: .... .. s ds c) ,*
-. used by joint school districts.


1911. 1912.
1912. len. Women. leu. M. me.

862 89 773 88 803
3 3 ...... 3
57.92 7 52 8 48
153 18 130 17 140
69.87 9 58 11 57
46.81 11 40 9 40
150 14 115 12 136
20 2 17 1 19
58.96 6 51 7 50
405.29 46 328 48 363
53 10 41 10 44
181 29 148 30 149
59 7 56 4 69
28 3 23 5 22
171.67 10 142 13 161
82.11 9 67 13 66
46.20 7 38 6 38
39 9 30 8 32
1,931.43 177 1,754 203 1,970
49 8 43 6 46
88.84 7 93 6 94
28.14 5 22 2 26
160 21 128 20 133
95.52 8 85 8 90
51 11 35 11 37
9 2 8 2 8
129.42 6 131 7 129
87.09 7 79 6 79
82 9 72 8 73
173.57 24 144 25 179
81.96 10 74 11 78
32 ---- 30 2 28
165.49 18 157 18 176
246.21 19 252 19 265
49.46 4 41 3 43
244.18 24 235 24 262
31433 1 24 260 28 294
1,130 75 984 66 1,110
210.13 25 180 24 187
126 11 119 13 125
118.14 9 93 11 106
119.25 15 122 15 123
326.12 24 315 26 320
118.86 5 131 6 131
129 13 120 12 119
22 4 18 5 16
118 22 86 20 93
110.78 9 107 8 108
254.16 18 235 21 239
149.93 16 106 16 134
43 5 37 5 39
87.30 8 79 11 78
28 2 24 2 26
216.99 21 183 23 197
55 4 49 5 48
94.08 9 88 6 102
71.79 11 67 10 66
49 7 43 7 43

10,C83 983 8,941 1.011 9,663:








TABLE No. 4, r-
Enrollment of pupils by sex and grades, by counties (Elementary schools).

FIrsl Grade. Second Grade. Third Grade
Counties. Boys. Girls. Uoys. Girls. Uloys. Girls.
1911. 1312. 1911. 1012. 1911. 1D12. 1011. 1912. 1911. | 191.. 1911. 1912

Alameda .-.......... 3,601 4,181 3,068 3,512 2.177 2,323 2.048 2,019 2,294 2,331 2,152 2,282
Alpine ------- 9 7 5 5 3 4 5 2 13 0
Amandor ...-... 121 121 128 116 91 b5 87 93 122 93 13 S8i
ulltte --.-......... 196 4130 399 1385 :302 34U 250 292 312 310 289 251 m
U lahveras --.-- ..... 179 165 11i2 164 1U9 10U 78 87 112 102 98 B
Colusa ..--....-.._... 90 100 86 S1 71 79 Wi9 59 70 73 63 60
Contra Costa -----... 602 596 5l:U 528 378 423 329 360 375 381 389 373
Del Norte ---.... .. 85 85 66 77 29 33 31 40 28 32 3:1 35 v
El DoradG .......-... 83 102 87 80 62 52 69 50 83 77 16 67
Fresno ----...-------- 1,491 1,669 1,376 1,405 966 993 840 9i69 1,016 978 990 959
Glenn --..-.... ... .. 107 103 94 118 59 85 64 77 82 GO 58 65 Z
Ilumboldt ....--------- 614 579 528 538 381 419 321 312 462 343 349 349
Imperial ------...... 243 274 234 253 107 144 97 137 128 131 123 148 t
lnyo -.--....-- ....... 56 64 58 74 49 52 41 38 41 49 38 51 1
Kern ....... .....- 775 975 701 789 326 334 25!1 303 294 338 270 333 0
Kings ---.............. 335 337 272 291 195 215 160 176 165 180 143 156
Luke ---- .--.---- 90 88 74 67 59 56 49 59 65 6U C3 54
l, 1 u. .... 1' 4,714 5,490 4,224 4,hb6 4,793 5,466 4,438 5,007
I ,I- .. , I 1" II; 74 92 80 84 92 69 SG 78
.. '1I ,. I. . 229 235 180 21U 208 236 154 212
... .. . . 26 38 29 24 31 39 36 26
'," I 11. 263 272 213 235 251 282 206 230
.. 1 ... .171 208 157 199 217 196 171 193
.. I I 71 81 52 66 88 87 56 56
..... 8 11 10 5 9 6 15 7 3
i'l, u, r .... 1' ..i ) 269 257 237 246 224 294 203 228
*.. ... 189 171 198 140 195 159 140 188
"' .. ......... '. 1 :: 152 147 151 139 148 133 122 137 Z
', *,u" .. ". U8 446 379 388 415 426 401) 439
i' ... .. ,' 154 176 16U 170 164 130 133 147
S. .. 55 53 48 35 45 55 42 51
.'... -' ...... I ',' ', 687 603 561 535 677 534 546 520
.' '*". '. l" 57 68 6. 65 73 57 76 62






San Bernardino ..... 920 1,042 878 950 658 679 550 500 555 599 513 604
San Diego ..-..---- 1.059 1.307 934 1,176 609 691 518 657 591 711 581 661
San Francisco --- 5.625 6,592 4,583 5.148 3,307 3.731 2,995 2,836 3,090 3,545 2,391 2.851
San Joaquin -.... 726 838 591 663 178 550 479 475 453 515 418 501
San Luis Obispo. 406 360 334 366 225 233 199 204 245 223 237 202
San Matco --.. ---. 600 644 520 556 279 290 255 264 283 325 225 242
Santa Barbara .._ 474 512 417 156 241 278 227 286 226 235 239 218
Santa Clara ...---... 1,315 1,346 1,123 1,106 754 911 761 746 838 780 678 777
Santa Cruz ..--.--.... 379 382 /312 354 243 281 256 324 267 231 233 256
Shasta ....------ 287 296 300 257 213 184 191 185 202 181 183 154
Sierra .. 51 41 49 45 35 40 28 39 28 29 4) 28
Siskiyou --- 359 338 336 300 231 213 174 192 167 178 171 198
Solano 78 427 297 321 228 253 219 209 242 231 202 224
Sonoma --.--------.. -- 927 942 799 757 534 586 419 184 510 529 .172 431
Stanislaus -... 427 487 387 411 308 399 277 368 281 2 337 284 321 9
Sutter -- 98 I 8 101 77 68 63 50 78 74 73 64 61
Tehama --..- ----. 81 19 166 170 170 138 127 120 113 158 112 136;
Trinity ----------- 59 48 40 49 31 27 22 27 28 37 23 32
Tulare - 655 678 594 612 450 465 366 433 484 472 108 399
Tuolumne ------....... 149 137 127 136 94 91 100 86 104 106 109 105 M
Ventura .- -... 402 371 359 354 189 224 174 225 188 194 166 168
Yolo ------------------- 158 171 125 151 147 118 121 183 169 154 120 147
Yuba -. ---- 130 98 117 92 81 83 62 74 79 81 61 48
Totals ---...-----. 37,782 41,916 32,182 31,915 22,889 25,050 20,468 21,875 22,893 24,056 20,370 22.1116




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TABLE No. 4-Continued. I
Enrollment of pupils by sex and grades, by counties (Elementary schools).

Fourth Grad. ift 1Grade. Sith Grade.
Counties. Boys. Girls. Boys. Grls. Boys. Girls.
1911. 1912. 1911. 112. 1911. 1912. 1912. 1911. 1912. 191. 1912.

Alameda -- -....- 2,245 2,391 2,054 2,166 2,313 2,161 1,810 1,875 1,672 1,661 1,688 1,732
Alpine 1 2 4 --. 1 1 2 4 5 3 4 2
Amador ----- 112 111 71 91 110 95 83 77 78 96 87 80 d
Butte ...... 304 300 254 294 269 275 268 266 263 262 244 264 ,i
Calaveras .------. 114 126 11 99 124 99 102 77 75 98 78 99 c
Colusa ------ ( O 70 10 57 69 76 67 47 15 57 59 61
Contra Costal ..--.. 344 367 326 345 282 3216 250 308 221 215 248 2.12
Del Norte ---... 0 32 18 26 31 33 27 16 33 28 35 32
El Dorado- ...... -- 74 73 75 56 19 56 70 60 69 5 0 M0 70
Fresno .. -.-- S53 6(i6 798 1.007 s37 49 739 8016 689 739 690 726 M
Glenn ...------ fi 96 72 75 65 78 50 68 87 81 60 71
Humboldt -- -.. 361 373 301 326 305 331 308 268 327 280 321 276 H
Imperial .. ... 100 126f 80 102 105 130 80 107 116 114 104 74
Inyo -- 4 54 49 33 51 44 40 50 36 46 43 46 H
Kern .---... 297 339 262 319 212 295 217 249 231 214 226 218 o
Kings ....-- ..------ 184 183 159 174 165 177 144 159 129 139 137 130
Lake --..----- 62 66 51 56 79 52 60 45 36 72 51 58
LassPe ......42 60 42 48 39 38 28 37 19 40 37 33 c
Los Angeles -....- _. 4.582 5,184 4.301 4,773 4.388 483 4.0 4.9 4.181 4,060 4,415 3,793 4,242
M adera ..-----....-- .. 77 90 65 87 72 61 61 65 70 77 50 10
Marin --.........----.. 209 226 182 165 186 208 139 173 162 165 160 134 "
Mariposn --....... 37 38 35 30 33 20 18 32 32 22 34 26
Mendoino ---........- 2326 237 238 232 225 245 235 242 201 198 225 220
Mereed --....--..----- 161 203 176 177 157 150 112 163 117 144 118 129
Modoc ----- 82 62 78 65 68 70 56 6(3 01 72 52
Mono 7 11 9 11 7 10 10 16 11 11 8
Monterey .- --- ------ 185 213 198 221 180 181 162 171 16( 175 183 164
Napa ----------------- 161 205 162 156 178 147 165 151 146 151 147 145
Nevada --- 168 176 146 136 151 158 138 139 139 135 125 109 n
-, ------------ 69 449 351 437 4019 379 379 363 344 417 339 4U;
--i ...... 154 165 136 141 137 141 163 136 117 125 121 127
1...... . 40 45 34 46 37 11 32 35 38 41 44 31
---, 374 377 304 335 289 339 304 315 304 3112 294 115
--- , 500 551 471 478 441 532 364 470 531 535 437 442
-, i.. ..... -,. 77 75 61 72 58 60 56 57 58 52 65 65






I .nardino 565 554 522 537 504 535 419 481 435 493 467 432
., go ... ... 648 700 547 624 548 716 520 637 477 571 494 565
S nciso .. 2,851 3.192 2,424 2,723 2,607 2,735 2,273 2,297 3,249 2,274 2.190 2.102
San Joaquin --- 466 488 425 446 459 490 371 4 40 401 378 346 361
San Luis Obiaspo-... 251 236 205 210 216 2211 214 219 211 204 186 179
San Mateo ----- 254 297 181 222 223 274 174 193 182 237 143 159
Santa Barbara ..... 226 242 187 224 216 196 218 193 224 181 201 186
Santa Clara ........ 742 767 638 666 800 725 636 622 695 681 636 597
Santa Cruz ----...... 231 255 '199 224 221 222 236 215 234 182 226 204
Shasta ---- 196 187 174 176 165 187 177 132 176 142 146 172
Sierra --. ------------ 1 26 35 33 24 28 32 28 52 21 33 31
Siskiyou -- .... 199 176 164 183 159 172 137 158 149 185 130 147
Solano 258 215 221 201 196 229 200 197 169 214 174 190
Sonoma ---. .. 490 551 442 509 514 480 477 433 406 470 3O0 464 t
Stanislaus 283 331 261 297 28 36 2924 24 2 334 26 266 239 290
Sutter ------ 78 78 60 65 71 65 66 60 81 80 50 61 t
Tehama ------ 167 160 158 136 111 164 143 139 129 109 108 120
Trinity ..- ..- 29 29 25 26 20 23 22 17 32 30 21 10
Tulare -------.. ------- 457 459 415 434 430 413 405 397 373 106 351 356
Tuolumne ---- ..0. 90 97 78 92 71 60 82 6 82 82 87 77
Ventura .---------..... 182 198 176 184 181 195 159 165 155 182 141 1.6 m
Yolo ----. 116 155 97 123 122 126 120 105 112 110 137 131 "
Yuba ---------.....- 61 79 54 60 6.3 66 61 65 66 69 54 52
Totals .. ... 20,370 23.534 19, 78 21.241 20,420 21,386 18,310 19,145 19.037 19.052 17,36 17.938








TABLE No. 4-Continued. U
Enrollment of pupils by sex and grades, by counties (Elementary schools).
Seventh Grade. Eighth Orade 'ItI
Counties. Boys Girls Boys. Girls. Boys. Gls.
1911. 1012 1911. 1912. 1911. 1912. 911. 1012. 111, 1.12. 9lll. 1ni2.

Alameda .. 1,432 1,520 1,377 1,523 1,274 1.433 1,412 1,202 17,038 18,001 15,629 16,311 H
Atl ne ----- 3 -.... 4 2 2 5 3 22 24 25 23
Amador -.-.-.-.-.-. 75 77 80 71 68 64 72 8s 780 742 701 705
Butte ----------- 241 247 233 240 206 254 240 2,3 2.392 2,448 2,177 2,275 M
Calaveras -- 90 67 71 67 90 95 89 91 893 852 796 769 c
Colusa .... . 76 39 59 66 72 64 68 58 562 558 511 492 t
Contra Costa ... 194 200 174 236 138 107 138 i6 2.534 2.715 2,354 2.558
Del Norte ._- - 17 21 24 31 16 15 33 33 269 279 267 290 -
El Dorado -. -- 56 69 62 67 4 87 77 82 560 570 546 541
Fresno ------------- 656 685 615 70( 447 482 509 530 6,955 7,361 6,557 7.102 B
Glenn -------- 74 91 73 61 99 119 135 129 634 713 606 664 K
Humboldt------------- 267 282 259 296 256 220 341 284 2,913 2,827 2,731 2.649
Imperial -------- 65 90 56 96 85 S, 67 89 949 1.095 841 1,006
Inyo ------------- 31 36 48 42 52 42 37 44 364 387 354 378 H
Kern ------------ 189 189 198 214 169 157 207 208 2,523 2,841 2.340 2,633 o
Kings --. --- 128 118 186 158 137 9O 124 127 1,438 1,447 1,325 1,368 t
Lake ------------- 63 46 64 45 41 58 58 69 495 498 470 453
Lassen .-------.-----. 45 31 55 40 59 53 56 82 406 418 383 399
Los Angeles -..... 2. 3,478 3,910 3,534 3,724 2,834 3,581 3,000 3,537 36,783 42,519 34,054 38,244 w
S. .1r, ...... 51 42 42 77 53 611 63 573 595
'! .., .. I I.- 145 106 110 132 117 1,641 1,690 1,389 1.442 n
! ... ............ i 47 29 27 42 39 304 309 280 289
' .r,. .. I ... 2. 226 129 127 136 138 1,953 1,998 1,807 1,8h5
S.......... .... 103 87 102 108 127 1,364 1,518 1,280 1.433
1..c. ...... ,' I 76 99 111 89 97 645 651 564 607
[1.. i ..........1 6 7 18 8 10 85 95 89 76
'..r.r .. . i i 1 160 137 147 125 166 1,743 1,767 1.628 1,682
", i 111 119 82 104 95 97 1.359 1.320 1,245 1,189
S.., I I III 124 94 114 127 127 1,147 1,151 1,090 1,0885
r . .' i 324 265 292 308 287 3,109 3,458 2,987 3,314
S. .......... .. 116 133 130 129 128 1,247 1.282 1,208 1.139
,r., .. .... .. 44 35 20 19 41 352 360 344 352
F,. -.- .............. ... 287 241 279 240 287 2,714 2,884 2,485 2,741
n, r -.- .I ...: 476 311 367 307 384 4,594 4,721 3,939 4.065
-.' -,,. .. . I 57 65 61 68 77 579 566 552 546










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TABLE No. 5.

Enrollment of pupils by sex and grade; number of graduates; percentage of graduates
on enrollment in eighth grade (Elementary schools).

Number of graduat from j ramm.r PemZ n'ttge of
CLnd total, schools. grates on
boys ,nd glrl. .nrolent In
C..fount9es2 x1911. 1912.h d.

1911. 1912. o Girls. Bloya. Girls. 1911. 1912.

Alameda ........... 32,667 31,312 993, 1,207 908 1,029 .82 .74
Alpine ------ 7 4 47 ------ 3 -..... .......- 43 .00
Amadlor ----------......... 1,481 1,117 30 35 42 47 46 .59
Butte -..---- ---.--- 4,569 4.723 35 47 151 155 .18 .57
Calaveras -----......... 1.689 1.621 39 48 36 40 .48 .41
Colusa ..........-.. 1,073 1.050 50 48 53 53 .70 .87
Contra Costa -----.... 4,8&S 5,273 70 92 107 117 .50 .67
De Norte ----......... 536 569 12 13 8 27 .51 .73
El Dorado ..--...... 1.106 1,111 37 37 27 39 .52 .39
Fresno ...-......_ 13,512 14.463 251 279 366 454 .55 .81
Glenn -------- 1.240 1,377 28 57 40 48 .36 .35
Humboldt .....------ 5.644 5,476 93 123 99 137 .36 .47
Imperial ............------- 1.790 2,101 28 34 48 66 .41 .65
Inyo ..----..-....-- 718 765 26 27 19 26 .60 .52
Kern -- -----..... 4.863 5,478 87 98S 101 127 .50 .63
Kings .---.-------- 2,7634 2,815 63 89 47 82 .58 .59
Lake ------ .95 951 14 26 32 49 .40 .64
Lssn------------ ... ...... 789 817 12 12 7 19 .21 .19
Los Angeles ------.... 7,837 80,763 2,351 2,652 2,629 2,985 .86 .79
Mladera ...---------- 1.184 1.228 22 46 80 39 .57 .72
Maria .. ---- 3,030 3,132 90 97 92 82 .78 .77
lMariposa ....-------.. 584 598 19 26 4 11 .63 .23
Mendoeino -....--- 3,760 3,863 96 91 96 108 .72 .77
Merced -------- 2,644 2,951 46r 79 74 90 .64 .71
31odoe ----.. -....... 1,209 1,258 9 20 23 21 .15 .21
aMono ..--------- 174 171 6 1 2 4 .46 .21
Monterey .---. ------ 3,371 3,449 105 105 175 120 .80 .91
Napa ......---------- 2,604 2,509 63 66 83 86 .73 .84
Nevada --........- 2.237 2,239 23 16 57 67 .17 .51
Orange ..............----- 6,096 6,772 119 178 225 239 .50 .80
Placer ..-----........ 2,455 2,421 51 62 71 97 .43 .80
Plumas ....------- 696 71? 10 la ?4 1 a 2 rA
Riverside ..........-------- 5.199 .. "
Sacramento .-----,- 8,533 .
San BHnito ..--.. 1,131 ., I.
San Bernardino ..--.. 8,506
San Diego --.. 9,244 1 "*
San Francisco ..--...-- 46.619 p i' i ll. |I:. I. "" ,
San Joaquin ----.....-- 6.953 :". !'I I" : i:
San Luis Obispo--.. 3.467 I. i ri
San Mateo ---..... 3.801 ..
Santa Barbara ..-- 3.781 0' I -
Santa Clara --..--- 11,737 :, r
Santa Cruz ........------- 3,783 i !, 1 II;
Shasta ----............. 3,069
Sierra .-----............. 569;
Siskiyou --.......... 2,859 1: '
Solano ..........-------- 3,568 'i l r r :
Sonoma -----.. ..... 7,885 i I'''' I .* r
Stanislaus ....------ 4,423 I., I I. i; I
Sutter ....-------....... 1,144
Tobama .......----....-- 2,182 I
Trinity ...........----------- 457 '" I,
Tulare -------.....-. 6,815 -" .I' :, ''. ''
Tuolumne ----- 1,504 I '" ". 11
Ventura ....---------... 2,96fi
Tolo ------ 2.012
Yuba ..--------..... 1,167 ," . ,'* ': ',

Totals -----........... 331,655 ' i r,,. i







ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS STATISTICS.


TABLE No. 6.

Average number of days school was maintained; average daily attendance by counties
(Elementary schools).

Areraga number of
days school aln Aneege daile
Colec. mahlnta led. stendonce
1911, 1912, 1911. 1912.


Alameda ..------- ------
Alpine
Amador --
Butte ---------------
Calaveras-----------
Colsa
"' 6 --------,-------------__-,_---_--_---
Contra Costa ------
Del Norte -
El Dorado ------- --------
El Dorado ........................... .........
Fresno -----------------------
Glenn ---- ----- ----
IIumboldt ---------
Imperial .-------... ---....- ..-- .
Inyo -----..--......----------------
Kern -.---.. .._..---- _--- ___--.-..._ _.
Kings ................... -.............
Lake --. ---.-......
Lassen ------... ... ..-------
Los Angeles --------------- -------------
Madera -------------- --
Marin ---- -----
Mariposa .------------------_-
Alendoeino -
IMerced ----
Modoe ------
31ono ... ............--------------------------
Monterey -------
Napa --.-... ---...--------
Nevada ---- --
Orange -----------------------------..---........
Placer ---------
Plumns .. .... .....---------- ----.---- .--
Riverside --- ----
Sacramento ----
San Benito --. --
San Bernardin ------------------------------
San Diego ------- -
San Francisco
San Joaquin --..--. -
San Luis Obispo -----. -
San Mateo ---------
Santa Barbara -- ----- -....... ......
Santa Clara ----..------------
Santa Cruz ---------
Shasta ------------....... .---- .
Sierra ----.-------------
Siskiyou ------------------
Solano ------ -
Sonoma ---------
Stanislaus .......-- ------
Sutter .........-------- ..
Tehama --- --
Trinity ......--------------.. -.-
Tulare
Tuolumne ------------------
Ventura ......-.......-...............-
Tolo-----
Yuba -------- --------------


186 184 26,343 27,310
167 170 42 34
167 169 1,219 1,263
170 162 3.604 3,681
177 175 1,362 1.392
159 159 853 924
177 171 3,992 4,437
175 181 405 419
156 156 883 899
169 172 11,097 12.120
174 178 988 1.114
182 182 4,114 4.489
148 156 1,329 1,553
167 161 554 611
159 160 3,836 4.325
177 164 2.244 2,382
160 173 763 76
158 161 569 611
178 174 55,800 61,035
179 165 924 997
182 181 2,394 2,429
169 162 420 121
166 167 2,870 2.979
169 168 2.123 2.123
154 152 86a 943
162 163 125 11I
173 180 2.707 2.813
177 182 2,150 2.083
165 171 1.886 1.892
184 167 4,938 5,552
159 161 1,971 1.992
153 157 492 551
175 171 4.259 4.542
168 168 4.,815 6,965
177 168 S73 896
174 174 6.871 7.220
172 176 6.959 8.253
204 225 31.578 35.888
172 173 5,423 5,989
164 173 2,674 2,735
200 203 3,052 3.489
192 192 2,886 3,119
195 189 9,687 9.962
173 182 3,073 3.132
161 161 2.279 2,16M
166 158 436 433
162 159 2,0i2 2,253
189 189 2.819 2,903
186 187 6,117 6,337
179 180 3,740 4,380
168 177 968 1,007
170 166 1,628 1,652
143 149 332 331
179 179 5,542 5,854
173 158 1,275 1.224
182 179 2,324 2,513
179 178 1,668 1,720
151 156 903 912

kv. 172 Av. 172 263,402 280,485







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TABLE No. 7.

Total receipts from State School Fund by counties; total receipts from all sources,
including State apportionments.

Stal .und : I. "n1
Countis J*nua nd Total reeipts. TO lt,
Jul 1911. '" .' 11L

Alameda ......--------.. -- $454.102 55 $458,785 36 $1,778.118 85 $2.129.826 52
Alpine ---------------.-. 1,145 85 1.149 84 2,814 31 1,044 86
Amador .-- ---------- 26,595 95 26,207 38 C.,913 63 75.092 59
Butte .....---------- ----- 67,294 20 72,310 08 1711.224 40 216,952 01
Calaveras .....---------............ 30,457 25 30,138 74 61.398 02 63,539 12
Colusa -------- -- 20,4113 25 19,070 56 61.8541 68 68,086 C3
Contra Costa ..........---- -- 68.570 20 71.753 84 276.440 48 469.000 66
Del Norte ........---------- 850 )0 8,835 60 21.578 61 24,595 17
El Dorado ----------- 24.205 05 22,653 66 52.034 13 .59296 20
Fresno ----.--------- ---.. 174.298 65 199,665 94 651.)03 32 717,853 96
Glenn ......---------_- 20,073 45 21.888 26 910,381 72 1.,687 12
Humboldt -..-.-..-..... 84,84.8 05 85,771 28 231,850 04 253,802 82
Imperial -- ------. -- 22,804 45 25.902 08 110.854 59 117,784 52
Inyo --------------------.. 11.849 05 12,024 08 34.212 98 41,113 92
Kern ------------ --- 63,151 45 75,393 72 288,817 50 .87,736 67
Kings ..-....---- ---- --- 37,483 55 10,667 88 132.010 20 165,388 20
Lake .........------- ----- 18,176 10 18,820 26 38,3C 03 42,089 49
Lassen -------------------- 15,005 05 15.166 88 40,968 37 42.686 00
Los Angeles ....----------- 845.013 75 971,333 50 4,070.6i1 26 5,389,326 49
Madera ...........---- ----- 19.612 85 20,176 48 148.125 37 91,797 63
Alarin ------...--------- ---- 47.581 65 44.955 88 153,642 55 171,787 97
Ilariposa -.----............ 11,435 45 10.785 90 29,641 56 :30,045 67
Mendoeino ...------- --.--. (6.568 70 66.509 90 161,008 47 181,975 27
Merced -----..... ----............. 41.7!92 35 42,178 46 146,361 92 181,107 02
odoe ----- ------.................... 20.022 25 20,206 24 67.807 13 69,156 83
lono --------- ---------.--- 4.018 75 3,940 00 17.497 99 14.717. 87
Monterey ...---------.............. 58.726 60 57,658 14 154.174 59 1M6,396 63
Napa ......-----------...--- 41,957 90 42,980 50 96W,12 95 116,459 30
Nevada ...--------............. 38,711 30 37.951 72 101,482 05 97.087 23
Orange ..........-------- 78,398 40 86,892 26 236,236 98 372.987 54
Placer ------------......... 39.438 50 39,508 92 111.395 37 120.985 10
Plumas -------- -------- ~1 a is 11 91 A 4 6r ? u) 17 'in 77
Riverside -_------_ ---"- !.1 '1,11 ,, 1 I i
Saeramento .------ i i.' i ._. I .
San Bonito ---_ .' I .,.: I
San Bernardino ..-----. 1. i. .. -
San Diego -... "" '
San Franciseo ..-----.---- I i. i '.I '.. ', '
San Joaquin ....-------- ,. -
San Luis Obispo..... "'". I' ,. : : -
San Mateo .--------- j ., .. '
Santa Barbara .-..---- '
Santa Clara i. ...i 1 -i .' 11 ---
Santa Cruz --_ .] 1 i ,
Shasta -_--------- .... 1. i ..
Sierra "--------- . ..".' .
Siskiyou -----" '. i., ..i '
Solano .-....._ ,----- ------ 1" i
Sonomn -I--... ,-------- i I.
Stanislaus ---------- Ir I 11 ." I ih
Sutter ...-.-......-..._" *
Tehama .--------- -- 1 1, .
Trinity ,------ --- ,, ., .. '
Tulare -----................----. I .. .. :'
Tuolumne --------- ,--------. '1 .
Ventura --------" .i i '. ..
tu ra ...................... ] II _r '. I'ii *Il I ,
Y olo --- - -- - -- - p
Y u b a .--. --------------- I ,, ,

Totals ,.,------- --, -I rI :., ., ,"....

SIncludes county and district 11 .i..
(Includes county and district apportionments.







ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS STATISTICS. 31


TABLE No. 8.
Showing expenditures and valuation of property for Elementary schools.

iErpeudlture for all purposes. Valuation or all property
(Coutt. .11U.
1911. 1912. 1311.

Alameda .----------------- $1,511,435 71 $1,929,199696 $4,088,537 00 $4,652,973 00
Alpine -----....- - 2,354 79 2.355 65 3,389 00 3.11 00
Amador -------------- 44.839 80 16,424 47 90.38600 i,778 00
Butte --------------------- 152,173 34 195,297 93 297.337 00 317,888 00
alaveras ------------ 50,203 27 52,730 29 62,053 00 63,255 00
Colusa -------------------- 47,444 89 48,591 23 104.855 00 100,670 00
Contra Costa .----........ 161.058 68 224.744 61 398,453 00 452,216 00
Del Norte -----.----------- 16.408 52 17,946 65 18.974 00 22,456 00
El Dorado .------------ 37,3r6 35 40.2111 75,059 00 76.685 00
Fresno -- 517.744 40 510.990 04 1,016.412 00 1,048,056 00
Glenn ---------------- 75,422 84 60,848 04 100,720 00 120,520 0o
Humboldt ---------------- 177,537 09 180.025 75 375.535 00 381.205 00
Imperial -----------. -..-- 84,093 21 94,959 11 193.397 00 201.646 00
Inyo .....--.......---- .- 24,604 86 29,214 23 49.695 00 51,785 00
Kern -...................... 229,791 13 309,393 72 379,176 00 545.345 00
Kings .................. 100,534 61 133,366 11 184.35 00 213.700 00
Lake --............... 30.436 09 33,109 28 57,810 00 57,810 00
Lnssen -- --. __._ ..-- .. 29,506 28 33, 5 56 44.310 00 42,905 00
Los Angeles ...------ 3,106,03058 3,920,856 33 8,468151 00 9.628.519 00
Modern --------.......... 111.134 70 69,862 02 133.575 00 147,775 00
Marin -................ ... 110.739 80 120,111 37 290,180 00 295,385 00
Mariposa -.... 21,016 40 22,259 02 16,280 00 23,479 00
Mendocino _.............. 111,084 74 123,471 52 220.701 00 221,002 00
Mereed ----- --...........- 111.482 26 146.895 39 206,165 00 247,714 00
Modoe ------...........- 38,65052 59 75 5 7 5.043 00 77,562 00
Mono ----- 12,181 23 9.885 80 13.850 00 13,450 00
Montercy -......- ._...._ 130.451 19 152.485 32 302,031 00 165,419 00
Napa ---........-... 75.231 19 84.682 80 200.808 00 203.020 00
Nevada .-.-........_ _-- 79,327 60 77,827 11 175,140 00 177,572 00
Orange ..---. ... 206,212 97 314,356 87 613.198 00 651.769 00
Placer .............. 80,088 47 85.110 30 154.2q4 00 162.337 00
Plumns -..--------... ___- 35,268 89 31.753 32 5(.,460 00 56.857 00
Riverside....... 254,244 81 426,631 25 541.681 00 578,949 00
Sacramento -- 370,477 98 535.761 63 1,241,645 00 1,240,513 On
San Benito -......--- 40,729 00 40524 21 88.333 00 88.433 00
San Bernardino --. --- 3(19,290 57 356,672 54 871,925 00 1,003,704 00
San Diego -------.... .. ... 299,144 16 409,906 38 1.116,215 00 711.8SO 00
San Franeisco ---....---. 2,9:9,892 07 2,907.913 90 9.110,256 00 8,116.043 00
San Joaquin --.. ....4. 251.334 64 363,39320 523,541 00 636.124 00
San Luis Obispo .......... 115,844 97 122,478 54 231.778 00 230.290 00
San Mateo .-.- -- 203.038 57 162.552 91 507.515 00 504,800 00
Santa Barbara .-- 156,014 30 165,40 95 364,07300 374,987 00
Santa Clara --....- ----- 196,302 80 407,744 66 991.005 00 1.024061 00
Santa Cruz -...- 130.114 15 128.158 89 39i.,181 00 390215 00
Shasta -.--........ 10,S,617 13 108,300 51 260.355 00 263.100 00
Sierra --.-...-....... 18,56(i 18 18.718 71 39,841 00 43,416 00
Siskiyou ---.--.. .. .... 12 105.653 21 161,907 00 170.595 00
Solano -----.......... .... 32 127,160 88 243.200 00 244.760 00
Sonoma --.- .... 267.079 17 276,506 84 547,290 00 560.51 00
Stanislaus ............. .. 179,892 18 313,302 42 348.135 00 502.900 00
Sutter ..-..------ ......--- 46,334 06 39.762 45 58,740 00 57.980 00
Tehama ..75.696 29 74.103 67 163.597 00 170,350 00
Trinity -.................. 18.175 13 18,227 51 22.975 00 23.316 10
Tulare .................. 276,250 12 323,763 12 727,840 00 786,950 00
Tuolumne -.-----.- 145.051 24 47.998 96 89,445 00 89.445 00
.. - ----.-. --- 119,297 98 113.209 39 258,163 00 26.4,0 00
S..-- .----...- 79.673 61 73.070 55 16,321 00 170,911 00
,' ---.-. --. -.-... 64,002 32 51,564 86 114.890 00 105.234 00
1 Is I --......---- 14.555,469 52 $16,910,430 55 $37,647,555 00 &38,879,4)0 00







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TABLE No. 9.

Showing county tax rate for Elementary schools and average annual salary paid
Teachers.

(ouUIy tanx rate AvPrage annual salary ohl tonea ers In elementary
forl:lement aT schools.
'hlluols mn earh
Counties. o$10 aluaitln. 1911. 1912.

1011. 1912. Men. Women. Men. 'Women

Alameda .----.. . --- .30 .305 $1,664 44 $1,087 K; $1,634 30 $1,097 83
Alpine -..... .......... .15 .15 .----. -- 614 16 ... 629 33
Amador --....-.....--.-- .30 .30 870 35 590 33 880 Cg2 610 78
Butte ---------- .22 .28 881 39 692 92 1,004 85 I 694 63
Calaveras --.--. -- .30 .30 756 66 143 12 766 58 636 93
Colusa -.-.-.-----.-----. .17 .19 868 77 707 46 1,046 05 693 61
Contra Costa ---------.. .242 .265 1,142 94 772 93 952 87 810 44
Del Norte .--.------ .17 .18 542 50 655 12 630 00 677 08
El Dorado .. ~ .24 .28 575 41 532 73 643 42 559 60
Fresno --..........------ .22 .22 1,083 02 773 00 1,075 26 811 41
Glenn ...---------- .17 .19 785 50 633 00 ?16 50 651 43
Humboldt .-.----.-----. .26 .28 876 00 750 00 872 32 764 23
Imperial -- -----.. .22 .18 925 35 68,4 61 1,323 67 762 76
Inyo -...- ... .-..-. .30 .27 800 00 701 84 1,018 40 711 24
Kern ..-....-. -........... .13 .13 1,165 110 724 00 L.UI9 23 768 81
Kins -- --- .30 .35 1.060 83 768 66 1.031 00 802 57
Lake ...-..... ...-.-... .32 .32 A15 43 575 33 717 50 580 57
Lassen ..-..-.. ..--------- .20 .32 687 03 559 18 725 (10 620 57
Los Angeles ----- .19 .195 1,317 61 947 77 1,432 03 972 27
l1adera .....- .....--..- .20 .29 917 75 722 20 952 91 760 52
Marin .-... ......... .22 .22 1,399 85 783 ?1 1,705 33 828 58
Mariposa ... .35 .20 729 50 (0)7 36 823 87 631 98
"1endocino ------ .27 .30 769 14 594 52 755 78 597 96
Merced --..-----..-.~...- .20 .23 880 63 670 60 937 18 694 75
odo ...............-------- .30 .22 742 39 622 37 740 84 618 86
Mono .--.--..-....-..- .- .40 .40 1,075 00 745 00 1,250 011 790 62
Monterey .------- .2 .2 25 1.235 00 729 94 1.20 00 757 00
N a p a ... .. .. .. .. .. ...--'--,,.-,,,-. .-,.,-,,, ",--,.
N evada -...... .. . . . I '1 : ,,' "' .
Orange ----------- ' I ,. ; ,
Placer ....... -------- ':
Plumas .------- i- .. .... '
Rivcrsid .-------....i .- -'""-, '*"*' ': "' "
Sacramento i' I
San Benito ..... ..----- .. """ i" '
San Bernardino ---.... .1 I r
San Diego -------.. --------- "' I" -
San Francisco ------ ."" 11
San -Joaquin -----------.. I"-. '
San Luis Obispo. -;,,
San Alatco .. ..------- .. . 'i ' '"
Santa Baarhnra ---... .. .' .'1 '
Santa Clara .--------... . ., ". i "' ,*'i ,
Santa Cruz -i.. i- .. 1 i i. 11 - -' II
Shasta ...-----------.... ."
Sierra : --------- "
Siskiyou -......--------- ... "'
Solano .... ...--------- .. I. ' ,' "'' I
Sonoma .....----- .. .. *' "' '
Stanislaus ..-------- ..i '"- '' '
Sutter ......---------- .. .. "" '." ,' '' "" '"
Tehama .."---------'" ', '
T rinity -- - - - -
Tulare ---..... ---- ..- I : h' I
Tuolumne .'- I ''- --------' ' '
Ventura ..---------------- '' "' '". .
Yolo -------- .. "
Tuba .. ------------ 'I

Averages ...... -------- *






























HIGH SCHOOLS.


TABLE NO. 11). Number of Schools. Number of Teachers Employed. Average Num-
ibr of Days Sclnmol WNas Maiuirninrd.

TABLrE NO. 11. Enrollment of Students by Grades by Counties.

TABLE No. 12. Average Daily Attendance, Number of GIraduales, Percelltagoe ot
(raduates. on Enrollment in Fourth Year.

TABnik N. 13. Total State Aid to IIir h Schools by 1Countips. Total receipts. Total
Expenditures.

TABLE NO. 14. Valuation of Property, Average Annual Amount Paid Teachrs.r
Average District Tax Rate for Support of Iigh Schools.

TABLE NO. 1I. General Statement in vieww Since 1.51.











IIGII SPIIIlOL STATISTICS.


HIGH SCHOOLS.

TABLE No. 10.
Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing number of schools, number of teachers,
and average number of days taught by counties.

aTublnlle f hul" o ten'his i r numir
Cun iIl' I)I. s12. wonon ins t d s c.

,1911. 191'0 irt. tni c m e "'[, I llt on. 1q11 1912.


Alanmea ------ --
Alpine ....-.....----
AmnadI or -----
S---utte --
C(ala veras .. ..
Colusn ... ---
Contra Costa ..
Del Norte ......
El Dorado ..-----
I.'resno .. ......
(lenn


Inyo --- ----
Kern ---------
Kings -----..--
Lal<- --------......

Los Angeles -----
Msadera .-- ...
Marin ...--....-------....
iMariposa ------.- -.
Menldoeino -.....--.

Alodore ..
Mlono --------------- -
Monterey -
Naa ---
Nevada .----------
o(rauge .------.
T'Iotpr _------ ---- -
Plumas --- -- --
Riversido ..........
Sarramento ........
San Benito ...---
San Bernardino ..-
San Diego -----
Sun Francirio -....
San Joaqniin --
San Luis Obis])o..
Sl;n 1iateo n--------
MSanta Barbara -..
Santa Clara ---.....
S;intca Cruz .._..
Shasta ......--------
Sierra ---------.
Siskiyou .---.....-- .
Solano ....-...-.....
Sonoma ..----.--
Stanislnus .....
Sutter ..-------
T'hama -------.
Trinity .-...-.....--
Tu'Ilare -------
Tl'lumne ------.
Ventura -..........
Yolo -
Yuba -....---

t l ----------
'lotal

nAverage,


8 61

3 1
3 7
2 2
4 5
7 9
1 1
1 2
11 33
2 3
4 8
5 12
2 2
2 10
2 7
1 2
1 3
33 209
1 2
2 6

6 10
5 6
2 3

5 7
2 5
3 3
5 21
2 4
1 1
9 15
3 16
1 3
6 32
8 23
5 66
3 14
3 9
3 8
4 16l
8 35
3 9
3 7
1 1
3 4
5 7
6 1.3
6 10
1 2
2 3
1 3
7 19
2 2
5 11
3 4
?


116 72 124 189 191
-------- -.------ ------- ---- -----;
2 3 4 18!) 17
12 8 14 182 185
5 2 6 188 2110
11 7 12 194 193
21 10 21 185 199
3 1 3 19(1 1!7
4 2 1 210 183
39 31 18 174 176
6 5 5 197 197
16 10 19 187 189
14 12 23 170 173
5 2 7 184 184
7 11 10 174 174
10 7 9 169 170
4 2 I 171 171
2 1 4 1SO IS
33:6 26i 444 181 173
3 2 3 187 189
10 7 11 190 188

14 7 17 187 197
13 9 13 193 198
7 3 7 198 188

15 io 1 is 18 19o
8 5 8 19 1911
10 3 10 177 187
32 26 37 177 180
8 5 8 187 187
2 3 -... 173 175
32 25 33 178 174
19 18 26 185 187
4 5 3 185 188
31 33 36 180 181
39 29 44 181 187
62 67 47 204 211
16 14 18 1M 183
12 8 8 185 187
11 8 13 201 191
20 16 18 185 189
59 10 61 184 187
20 8 21 187 190
6 9 10 190 1901
2 1 186 2c0
7 6 7 200 191
19 7 20 200 2100
21 14 28 185 187
15 13 18 200 191
2 2 2 193 187
9 3 10 195 195
........ 3 --- 188 195
28 21 35 181 182
S 4 7 171 185
18 16 17 185 192
11 3 15 200 200
7 1 7 171 170

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TABLE No. 11.
Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing number of pupils enrolled.

FlrL yearn. second yearn. Tlinl year
mlnties. Hoys Orls. B. ios. rls. Boun Girl
1 11. 19112 1i11. 111. I'll. 1 12 in1 t. 1912 19i 1 ni9 lOl. 1 1912

Alameda ..-...-- ..... ...------- 9M1 971 1.131 1,135 Iii 5186 781 750 415 407 493 529 d
AI pinj c --- -- --- -- --- -- - -- -- --- --- -- - -- ----- -- -- -- -------- ----- -_ -------- ------ -------. ------- 5
Amador .. .. .... 1 1 20:I7 4 9 .
Butte .. ...~..--------------------------- 53 1i 64 139 43 56 62 07 36 '16 60 52 n
Calaveras ---.--3.--- --------- ---- 25 21 29 25 9 15 11 19 9 6 9 9 )
Colusa 29 32 19 31 27 17 31 35 21 11 17 20 P
Contra Costa ..... .----6i 89 108 104 50 53 6. 89 30 41 50 593
Dll Norte ..-- S 15 20 16 11 9 17 12 6 5 14 11
El Dorado ... ..... 1 22 21 11 9 19 15 10 15 14
Fresuo 1 .. .. ...... 273 311 353 336 159 177 2012 238 104 129 138 166 M
Clenn .... ..... 29 29 33 In f1 15 21 27 10 1i 13 24
Ifumniolidt -!l. 97 91 111 132 48 18 69 79 39 13 69 69
Imperial ... .....--..-- ....--- 42 7R (;2 87 27 20 35 40 19 16 29 2'2
Inyo ------------------------------------- 21 29 21 21 13 11 21 13 9 11 13 20 3
Kern .... -- --- 91 97 103 100 25 15 31 64 22 21 37 26 0
Kings 47 1ll 53 15 16 22 10 34 15 20 29 19 q
Lale ---- ----------------------- 3 7 4 16 1 12 1 13 16 12 10 16 13 1
Iassen 11 9 8 12 12 7 12 7 3 10 4
.os Angeles ... 3.657 3,837 3.223 3,f21 1.225 1.419 1,195 1,627 73 950 1,039 1,180
Mdlera ----------------- ---- 9 14 14 23 13 7 14 10 4 10 11 14
AlaSin --------------.- .---------- 56 69 65 98 41 33 57 62 34 29 45 53 3
MSendoeino 61 6l4 3 69 4 R) ... 38 417 43 19 21 40 W. 38
Merged ---------- ---- 28 4S 17 58 21 1i 28 39 28 15 15 32
Slodoe 2---. ------- 30 17 54 15 15 16 12 20 9 11 5 18
Mlonterey ------------ -39 116 50 124 31 24 43 337 .5 29 47 31
Napan ------ -54 53 64 56 48 38 52 54 14 22 23 S
Nevada . .3..-........... 59 49 O8 74 24 31 24 33 20 15 20 13 V
Orano ge 204 222 201 303 116 113 35 152 85 100 111 119
Placer ---------- 29 29 4 44 30 18 37 31 19 17 28 16
Plunlas o. ------- 11 9 8 8 5 5 8 4 i i
Riverside-------------------------------- 176 177 177 179 113 143 132 145 89 72 97 99
Sacramlento ---- --- 4 237 09 22. 120 143 203 ,21 42 91 75 139
San Bonito .........-.:..... 34 27 39 20 1 28 24 24 3 12 13 21






San Bernardino .....---.............---.....-- 234 2 271 299 63 175 206 107 93 107 11lli 1i7
Sun Diego ....... --...................-------- 367 378 339 414 I 191 1 209 195 196 109 136 1241 146
San Francisco .............-- ---- ------...... 1,542 1,311 1.289 703 513 572 54 464 255 246 313 342
Sann J.oaquin -..-.....--- -------...........- 154 122 189 172 83 103 99 116 58 W5 83 72
San Luis Obispo ------.........-------------- 18 38 49 54 | 13 31 49 34 14 14 3. 35
San Mateo ... ........-----------------........ 53 49 83 65 32 46 46 59 18 20 28 25
Santa Barbara ....--..-.....------ ....---- 121 131 128 133 | 69 72 93 89 11 42 51 67
Santa Clara -............ -- ..... 389 355 523 451 296 228 &33 342 200 181 I!15 284
Snntn Cruz ....--------.....-......- ---- 101 128 130 140 47 60 83 92 40 35 19 K;l
Shasta -..-.......---------------.-----.----- 108 43 76 66 25 28 41 36 9 15 6 26
Sierra --............-----------..........---..... 5 5 6 16 1 1 1 ........--- 1 1
Siskiyou --. -----------. 32 33 29 59 18 22 29 25 9 11 11 29
Solano -..---.-..----. .--. -----.......----- 82 i 102 118 130 55 63 58 90 21 31 33 45
Sonoma -.-..........------------------- 157 157 200 227 107 119 162 154 68 60 : l10 106
Stanislaus -......... ----. -------. I 100 103 117 103 60 82 82 88 52 40 48 63
Suttr ---.....--.....--- ............. ..----------- 6 19 15 8 4 8 9 5 8 3 9
Tehama ................-..........--- -- 28 39 53 67 25 16 43 44 10 17 16 29
Trinity ........-----..... ................--- -- 6 6 14 4 4 4 9 11 ........ 3 ----... 6
Tulare .........- --...-- ------ ------- 155 207 183 246 104 126 155 158 83 83 1117 117 .
Tuolumnc -. --... ---.......... 18 33 i 34 47 21 21 19 26 7 12 7 12
Ventura ---....... ------------ ----------- 82 100 98 109 65 65 76 72 30 38 53 53
Yolo ..-. --.-.-._.- __-......... 48 57 52 68 3 31 38 44 21 21 29 I 34 0
Yuba ------..............------------- 36 35 38 35 28 24 21 21 15 21 18 1 21
Totals-........-..-- _..-............-- 10,361 10,71 104 10.ii 189S 1.9112 5,350 6.223 6,126 3.108 3,410 1,1101 4,614
10.36 10.S








51







TABLE No. 11-Continued.
Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing number of students enrolled.

Fourth year Ttlt en ,lelY- I'om ^912.-_ I1lI^ '."y nnl-. 1
I l. 912 I 11. t 11 i i l. 1i112. 1 ll. 1| 12. | ill 1912

A -linrtal 279 26N1S 365 :179 2.237 2,232 2.773 2.813 5,030 5.045 ,
A l p l n . i . . . - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A Iil o- -- 5 7 23 12 ''23 I 20 82 I
lB lttr ----------------.... ,3 2- 83 I4 1,7 231 69 3,3 156 t567
4( al ,Vri i- I 7 6 44 53 56 59 100 112 "-
c(ol]I l 8 10 17 .. .85 73 114 112 199 175
Co(ntra ( ostl 30 20 51 13 198 2(13 277 291 173i 194
D I xot -------- -- 1 5 1 11 21; 34 52 311 7-8 84
li~ Dora-ln "" ----------------------- :1 6 9 18 33 13 65 6S 98 111
Frno --------------------- 93 120 130 i 742 S 91 1.12 1,632
G lenn 1 ..... . ... 6 9 6 9!1 61 71 73 1011 134 171
uIlllnllol~lltR.. 31 3, 2 71 21 22 1 344 371 -2 591
I-mll.-ril 9 12 15 27 97 127 141 17r 238 :30i3
Inyo .2 11 I I -18 59 66 65 111 12-1
Kern 13 27 21 31i 151 1910 198 226 349 1 1(
Kings --------.-...-.-.. . .... 20 11 2S 27 98 99 120 12-3 218 224-
Lak. ............... .. .... --.- 15 7 19 111 40 311 52 55 92 91
L.nI n 5 2 6i 3 31 28 30 ,31 Bl 59
I. ... . 5,36 723 71S 979 6,2(11 6.959 f.475 7,4117 12.671 14,366
*I 1 4 5 4 ( 8 31 3:i 45 4 53 76 910
'. . . 20 16 28 26 151 117 195 239 346 3S68
--------' ----- '-- ----^ -- -^ -- -- ------ --- - -- - -- -- -- -- -- -- -
2. .12 17 19 10 S9 f98 1019 139 19qS 237
i 8 I 10 (i 52 87 613 147 11)
22 20i 43 22 117 S19 183 214 320 1113 5
(1, 1,, 6 13 19 21 122 130 157 1.57 279 287
12 2 2 118 110 146 142 264 252
, ', ... 6...1 6 72 S5 i 470 528 522 6.9 992 1,187
i .... 11 16 21 13 92 80 137 1114 229 IS1
..... ... ... .. 16 18 16 IS 32 .C
hI, r.. I 59 88 69 110 437 48II 475 533 912 1.U113
. . .2 132 500 586 634 1,018 1.131





San Ilnit --o ----------.._... .... .. .--. ........_.. S S 8
SiI liern rdinio ---...- ---- ..............- .......- ............. 83 9,1 107
Sun s o ... .....---------.......-------- ..- .. .... ....... i2 sl 7l7
Sun 'rari ri r.-i 105r 11 221

San is ispo....... .. ... 17 13 ii
Slln .31- o ... .. --- ---...... .... .... .. .. ... .. \12 17
Santa Iir iIrn ... ..._... ..... ... .. . ........ 929 3i .'.
a r .. ...... ---- .. ..... I 7

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SIrri I iriiaiI . ---------...-... .. .. .2

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V ti-- -------------.-----.... .... ... ........... .. 6 2
olnio --.. ----- .. --..... -... -.... .... -... 19 .55 3

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''inity-------------------
- - --a -- ----- 32 - 1 i 3

t'Inrilrrir r 16 28 I:1
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YSI-o _in--_------- 39 is .31
Yula ---- 1 21


- ...- 2,082 2,443 :,1l(i


10 1.1 75 84 75 1135 150
111 357:3 ri 7(j 812 1,273 1. 1
3! 728 8Ul 735 854 1.163 .li

MIt 3:1 311 120l 123 71 :17
2, 932 98 137 134 219 211;
rs 2313 2711 33131 317 591i1 62:3
178 I.l021) 911 1,255 1.'2. 2.273 2.199
1l 227 27 :313 344 54(i0 ill
36 11:13 2 135 131 27S
ii 7 11 19) 2(I 2
S ( 1;: 71 Sli 122 1 1) 19i
15 1S7 218 254 315 111 5:1.
1(3 3`1 l r1 lfi 510 !927 !181
15 231) 26: 5 27:3 29!19 '3A3 6r 1
2 2' :li 27 :5 53 7i
I 71 78 14 142 1.5 212 2:33
1I) 1: 2:1 21 33 31 -
91 1 3 7 51S (62 '92 I. W)
.I 71I R if6 So 120 157
,1 19:3 2: 1 2711 285 16i3 51i
21 111 130 13 167 2li ;1 237
17 87 S1 9i 37 IS." IS

3,5611 21,.13 21.922 2 1,3I6 25,498 11.4S9 47.1421
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4i REPORT OF SrPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.



TABLE No. 12.

Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing average daily attendance, number of
graduates, and percentage of graduates on enrollment in fourth year.

y Number of graduates. leosCUlsgo of
Ocerue dcliv uaefiisfrs 0n,
e vnrollm ent I
("'Una-e 1911. 1912 ni h nes
MPI I 1l2 nBoy. irls. lya. Gils 1911. 1912

Alnod .. ....-----. 4.168 4,482 224 342 263 394 88 *101
Alpine .-------- .- ------------------------------ -- -------- --------
Alnador ..----.------..... -- 42 65 4 5 1 7 911 00
lutte -------- 377 469 27 36 26 51 47 *10S
Calavers -.- .. SI 99 1 7 9 8 1(1) *121
(Colusn ....- 113 150 11 16 10 12 108 96
Cont ra Costa --..- 392 405 2' 31 15 34 61 75
lid Norte --..... 72 1 1 4 1100 75
El Dorado .--- 81S 944 4 7 11 14 8- *104
Fresno ..- ------ 1,110 1.281 65 103 74 106 82 80
Glenn .. 10 148 5 S 11 11 *108 *122
Hlumboldt --- 483 499 2 47 32 59 76 83
Imperial ....-- 201 253 S 11 11 24 79 90
Inyo 90 102 2 8 8 8 77 90
hkr rn 278 3:12 13 24 27 1' *101 *110
Kings .- ------. 185 205 15 26 11 26 .) 97
Luke ....---- ------. S 85 3 4 7 8 21 88
Lonssn .--....-.. 55 54 1 7 4 5 *100 *190
los Angels - 9,704 11,385 547 710 566 854 *11nl 83
Modern --- 66 82 5 6 14 *10i *100
IMarin -- 281 301 10 23 17 25 69 *101
laripos ----------- ------------
Mndcino ---------- 251 27 12 31 14 20 72 3 I
Mreed ------------ 167 195 12 21 9 16 *106 93:
M odo .- 111 80 4 18 7 8 110 83
ono -------------------- ------- -----
Monterey ---...- 270 343 12 29 18 25 35 *102
Napa .- 238 235 3 16 11 21 76 87
Nevada ..---- ..---- 221 218 11 20 15 21 s1 *114
flrancg ---.. -- 8. 8 1.0123 53 fi 55 72 87 85
Pl neer- ---------- 1I8 165 11 22 11 11 87 86
Plu .-------------. 23 28 ---------------- ---- -----
iverside ----- 778 S27 5( 62 63 85 92 75
Saeramento --.. 756 .123 22 40 33 61 72 *127
San Benito ..-----.. 127 130 6 9 8 14 94 *122
San Bernnrdino ... 1,07S 1.215 72 92 83 97 56 75
Sail Dieo 1.117 1.27 611 72 71 96 98 93
San Francisco 3,189 2,436 156 315 139 237 *111 *100
San Joaquin 6O..... 641 26 44 46 42 82 91
San Luis Ohislpoi.... 221 211 17 26 13 27 *1 I0 *1011
San 31nteo .. 231 247 77 1 10 23 96 94
Santa Barbara .... 478 505 24 42 25 39 76 72
Snntn Clara ---. 1.900 1,800 112 199 141 150 92 82
Santa Cruz 151ns 504 18 33 41 47 58 *101
Shnsta ------ 166 177 1 12 6 5 *100 *101
Sierra -- .. 13 20 -- 2 2 *200 *200
Sisikivou 128 158 14 8 I *100 *101
Solano ..-- - 368 413 21 38 19 34 83 74
Sonoma ...734 797 37 68 41 95 80
Stanislaus .49------ 5 .1,8 19 22 35 41 93 89
Sntter -- ----- 6 61 I 7 5 2 73 *1)
Thrama .---- -- 174 195 10 19 7 14 94 *100
Trinity ........ 26 29 ----------------------
Tulare - 771) 98 29 67 62 8 91. 9
Tuolumne ---- 109 140 11 8 4 6 *135 0166







HIGII SCHOOL STATISTICS. 41

TABLE No. 12-Continued.
Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing average daily attendance, number of
graduates, and percentage of graduates on enrollment in fourth year

en tverage,.y Nunnhereo? raluatro 1


19l1 1912 Ilrys 0lr Boys. (Grl* 1,11 1912

Vntura ---- 394 430 17 41 21 43 9 81
Yolo _. 223 5) 10 33 14 22 *1110 92
Yuba ...... 157 164 7 16 4 17 79 *100

Tottls ..---.... 35,117 38,181 1,864 2,82 2,151 3,203 190- tb

*In many high schools a commercial course is given which, in nimst inutan',-s, closes
at rnd of second year. Th:sen graduates have been included, hlnce high irercrntato on
enrollment in folirth year.
tAverages.








TABLE No. 13.
Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing state aid, total receipts and total expenditures for all purposes, for 1911 and 1912.


Al,,in, I-
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Alpine -------------------------------------------...
An' n dor ------_--,---- -----_ -------_-_---- -----_---
Butte --------- - --------------------
( o ,,it r -- --- - -- - -- -- --- -- - -
C cii --ru --- -- -------- -, _--- --_ ,--- ------ ------
(' ('alldollur.

(ontra (Cotii ..------- -l-
65) Nol't l
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tilc.nn .
llinumoldt ....... ------
Im erial .. ...... ..... ...
Ill --c-i>-
In o ---------.

lorn .....- ...
K1ng ..... ....
lInk .... .--- .-- ......................... .....


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M ariposa --- .----... .... .. ........... -.. ..-__--
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M o o r ----. ----. --------... ........... .... .... ....
M n o .----...-.......-.. ....... .... ...... _.- -..- .-
lonteroy ... v a -------- ---- ---- ... .. ...... ..
N lpa -------....... ... ........... ......... ... ...
N ---vada ..-------.. --. .... .....- .. ..- .- .
rnge ....-----------------..........--_...........--.....
Placer ..... . .. .. . ..
Plumon s ---------...--...- ............ _.- --
Rivorside ... .... ...... ... ............. ......
Savramento men ... .... ...........
Sui Bonito ..............._.......................


Totlht .Iale aid. Total reueipt rl' ll fr *ourcs. Total explendr t ure

til 1"1. Fill. 1.1 1911 1:12.

5.541 II 11 $47,996 i5 $ 1i4.111 s 9 $715.105 25 $:194,(13 68 $533,407 37

932 27 1.214 6i 5,313 71) 133..8 f6 1.li79 26 9.692 55 )
4.678 21 (1.1511 37 i61112 72 6,498 26 45.317 67 47.1161 86
1.66) 011 2.128 72 11.932 8S 13.904 79 10.512 99 12.511 (1l
3.753: 62 1,707 > 901182 IS 96,364 25 38,519 25 6 76,9.86 91
6(,215 30 9.179 1 98.996 21 92.882 65 76.812 (i6 68,463 19
1.038 fil 1.13-1 14 7.477147 10.385 97 .,4>51) 10 7.117:1 13:
1.316 73 1.65.3 "92 14.317 S3 13,75i6 0 12.807 4i 9.315 71
14,1664 24 20,1710 81 2Sf6.21) 11 2S9.235 25 1101.3( 1 21 226,S77 23
1.872 7 2.5(i8S S 1,2!93 17 21.34 74 12,!!911 38 lI5,6S S(i Z
li.I(1 12 8,114 29 .57.381 12 5S.f 94 13 13,1171 51 43.331 1 5
3.521 58 5.1 S1 s9 1111.9 11 6 16i6,141 51 100(.1112 37 ,9(65 43
1.Ss9 118 2.4SS (i 12.187 32 19,892 17 11.747 811 11,885 79 -H
2.219 25 3.572 (Il 41.13 1.1 38 37 .512 (Il 72,7414 9!9
2.581 38 3,377 77 54,3101 50 11.6,1 21 16.391 18 32,?21 55
1.120 41 1.623 .5 9.121 46 111.315 71 7,196 77 7,919 30
1.112 23 1,344 23 111.273 66 1.I512 20 7.5S1 5fi 78.7 S9 7
S3.S91 76 121.58 11 2.522.763 19 3.254.6115 64 1.S20.819 49 2.301 443 112
1,218 57 1,454 12 10.677 I(S 11.032 i 9.S51 R7 9,646 69
3.312 411 1.126 72 33.S21 .61 76.219 58 31,183 98 fl6 .15 fi 5l

5.,12 70 7,2761 T 17.134 16 W.365 74 38,231 97 32.90 0 S2
3.712 2 4,.47 45 S,823; 43 126.333 92 37.366 33 94.442 01
2.044 50 2.f69 15 17.93'5 II 19,291 12 15.136 05 16,372 57

4.579 80 V.876 12 83,169 59 94.17511i I 47.4o0 G'5 2.11 14 I
2,919 76 3.967 18 311,134 37 65,279 62 23,2711 20 36.914 1
3,61 81 4,592 13 22,371 66 51,598 45 17.517 28 23.825 2S ,
9,225 79 12.34.5 52 14S4,11i 99 421).347 72 157,647 84 3012,112 94
2.7HI 711 3,397 75 55.359 57 32,233 U 50.3333 26 23.7112 53
727 77 1.024 55 4.93 04 46,314 38 4,994 64 4.867 59
111.574 74 14,925 24 198.101 76 111.269 10 106.12 62 1111.689 22
6.27: 56 9.936 7S 73.4117 24 87,33 35 64,441 57 77,641 29
1,447 61 2,116: 51 12.399 14 12.469 99 11.51 9 65 12.341 37





Sun llornardlinoa_- 11.90s 5S 15.5337 f90 236.431 7171 105.292 6fi 215.729 21 238.716 16
Saln Diego 13.(l0 20 17,517 I17 155,211 57 132,!951 91I 115,fl13 70 174.131 I
Niil 1Frun iP isc- 26,608 1 :37.121 ,57 7 1 7 8.36,2 Is 6il 1B )3,6.65 28 ,3i,248 6i1
S ln .loaluin 1 ............. 5,51 8 ,77 81 67.3111 IS 211.11112 Q12 40i.94l 29 71.,513 28
San luais lObisl --.533 01 1.)2 1:3 28,919 57 11.1fil 11 26,52:1 17 2.,(662 3:1
San t3ato .1.524 8 4.f12 IIi 2:i2.340 SM li17.fit7 :32 172.,910 87 3.,572 3'5
Santa Rbnrlllara -ll111 o----- 7.914 31 75.1 7 835.1;3 17 I,,S21 I11 7,542 (02
Santa Clara -....... ,2 I0 2.5,38I1 24 2118,6122 Ill 2'1.121 29 1)11. I85I) 19 1. 1:18 701
Santa ('rn a .. 5,23:1 15 Fi,95 7'6 fi2,ltIfi S: 19,183 li 57,173 ) 1 19,718 34
Shasta -2,79 S .217 !91 2)9.8:30 19 :31.116 1 23,!28 0' 12 25.259 IOl
Sierra 76i0 19 924 6(5 6,',92: 21 1.1;99 ;1 1.1977 27 4.,2 48
Siskl .ou ....-- 2.191 74 2.,6S 28 26(,277 (18 29.1196 22 2 11.7il 103 2.4(13 5:1
Solal ----------- 5.471 17 7.50(0 37 124.278 S6 122.61 (19 i 10.761 611 1110,27:1 1:
So1noma -),_--.-356 12 12.1011 34 77.7615 54 17s,19.3 8I1 62,41: 21, 90.126 49
Stanislaut Iil (- l----- 9,713 7. 1(i.917 (111 9.591 '1 -1.214 1i9 5 :.280 3
Suttvr 64 99 1.254 32 7,447 117 8,94. 12 5. 1l; 10 5.7(12 0i)
I'Thama 2.,437 11 3,327 82 25.824 1; 73.756 39 20.1)6I 23: 21.113 7,
Irinity -719 59 1,1154 52 9,!925 01 8.8S6 III 8,254 91] (598 (i 9
Tl'allre 9,241 65 12.976 IIt 101.515 S I ll13,927 S1 1612,289 21 110.247 34 "
Tauoluimi---------- 1.365 81 1.8s1 61 15.841 71 32.791 27 11.344 IIfI 21.753 42
Venture 6,027 11 7.9 96 211.3171 7: 18l,21il 51 107.rl1 21 1:i6,2916 I5
Yoll) --- 3,714 79 4,741 98 20.832 52 37.417 (1 22.575 25 2s.86 II
Ynlba -----------2.:3)),17 1- 3:.157 911 54.777 93 27,1fi7 19 .52,7211: 35 22,011 19
Totals ------- ------------ $379.245 2 3)26.463 21 $7,282,,; 73 9,72,892 31 $.1i32.2391 19 6 $.862.735 2

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TABLE No. 14.
Statistics of Secondary (High) Schools, showing valuation of property, average annual salary paid teachers, and average tax rate for support
of high schools.

ll er, ae ainlia, l slilalry laihiIl ln.1'ir.
1'OINTIKl: 1911. 1912.
1911. 1912 Men. fWomen. Mea. men 11l. 1912.

Alad1 a --- -- ... $1,341,8066 C0 $1,428,160 CO .$1.7:31 00 $1,418 33 $1,642 01) $1,448 00 $0.2233 $0.25+
Alpine -- ---------------- -- .---------...-- -----------...... ------------ -.------- ----- .----- ... -- --.------ ------ rc
Ailiador .1.......0.....-.---- (11.1-0 018 10.1441 111 1,500 00 1,0f1 OMi 1,333 3:1 775 00 .28 .2110
fnll(to .---........ 82.7311 01 101,50 O11 1,5.7 14 1,0291 1,556 30 1,013 !3 .70 .27
( ill lvrnl.is ----....... ------ --.. ..156 01) 9.220 00) 1.5Y0 101 1,030 (10 1,550 00 110 3 00 .15 ,29
Coltlsa .. ...... 89.805 0111 l,1.Ol00 (11) 1,)l5 IK 932 09 1,421 h 99 11 265 .457
('*inlr; c'lst ..--...~-......-....... 196,500 oil 207.775 (1o 1.711 110 1.022 (Nl I.0Ol ill 1.18:1 41 .217 .273
Del Nort ---------- ... ... 6,(150 0(0 6.300 0 ],O (I) 1,C0(O 00( I.(IH 011) .1,06 G0 .10 .11 m
E lIor1lln ..---o-l.. -.. __ 2.5,6100 0I '21,25011 (I 1,3(111i0 1.1lli2 ri) 1,50 11 01) 1,087 51I ..11 .11 t
Frsll ................ 331,4!Y2 Oil 1:1,315 011 1.398 I 1.1112 91 1,517 1I 1,103 11 .30 .151 I
Glnn --- ._ 21,110 1 23,11000 (1 1 1,483 33 9:16 36 1,470 i0 977 77 .10101 .:110
lIllllllli -----------------.. ...... 37.201) 1) 38, lOIO OI 1.447 50 1.!9l1 0I) 1.14.3 01() 937 00 .354 .13
llli( 'iil .. ---------- 152,191 (I0) 17,731 1111 1,311 10 I 1,019) 90 1,571 19 S56 57 11675 .(6
SIn -------------------.------.... 20.:1395 00 21,Iili 00 1.157 50 : 1,011 75 1,51 00 01 1.85 71 .105 .
K Kings --......-------.-- -. 79,200 Oil S1,0 00 1,181 35 1,010 1 1,3108 57 1,238 88 .316 .36
la.k --.- -- .)-.... .. III) .10 ) 2.900 1,301XI 111 1.10110110 1,150 110 ) 1,00f 6f .27 .27 W
IuAssen -. .... ..---------. --_ 37,)10 (1 37,500 1111 1.101 1111 1,0II) 110 1.710 (JO 885 OU .119 .12 E
I.l Augelra -.- ___ __ 3.01182,81 00 1.312,213 00 1,411 fil 1,240( 72 1,598 50 1,291 96 .556 .523 0
Al anrlri ... .. _--- 12,0510 10 42,1110 01 1,7.50 iI 1,2:13 33 1,750 01. 1,233 33 .10 .12
Main ------ 16,5110 00 82.211100 1.579 1 1,0113 li3 1,5i4 28 1,036 6F .3 0 .29
ar ll'ipOlil - --------------H .......... ... ........ -............- -
iMeniloili 822,710 Iill 8,1110 OII 1.4011 110 93. 71 1,521 13 1,028 59! .223 .333 m
Mrril'ed li3,73511 (i 1:7,5 00 1.55 12 l.I' il 1.555 55 .IIKII 70 .1'25 .I0
M o-uo .. . . ..1-- -0-- 1 i l i3, h)I 1 1. I.l ll 1 5 1,10.1 117 1, 3 II 1,135 71 .:125 .:3

M t rh - - -....... 18,5;37 O 1)(51[ ) L0 9.-'g 9Jr5 r7 1.151 (10 1,1.29 17 .2975 .211 V
NaI 57,25 ) 110 13.,7110 (MI 1,1,1 1 ,ll Illil Il 1,52 [IN 1,1127 Fi .22.51) .33
Nevllaula 17,522 0(I) 19.410 (l) 1 .l7! (1; I,5 1 20 1.52 .:25 .2I
(liranIlg.' 228,1511 10 3.1i5f,5110 (I 1,351i Il 1,0711 97 1,2:13 16; 91 2 72 .13 .72
l-rr-r r 2,00211 8 I 000 81.[8 I ( 1.)52 I21 1.16( 501 1,i25 1(I 1,136 201 .35 .387
P1llIilnas ---- -- . -- 1 (il) 0 55l 0 1i i1 1,501 110 1,0 1I 111[) 1,311011 111 ..----- .017 .175
licersiie .. ..2 . 333,407 (l) .543,115 Oil 1,:038 X00 97 00 1,361 00 955 00 .105 .171





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eritlrnto ...32(,0li (10 3'2--.1,250 ( 1.711 .i5 1,1:17 91 1.113 8S 1,2.3: 1 133 .217
in ll nit .3.1: 11l 0 5:III 3, 1 Ill 1,:31]) 7i 1,1:17 5) 1.l1) Ol 1,25 : 33 .13 .13
SI liirnaI' liiIi 1-1).27.3 1i 537,2I77 00 1,i 511 :37 1,210 I n ,l 1. fl 91 1.229 1] .lll ..191
l -i-]-g- -il) .. .12.,150 Oni) :169.51 ,l I 1.1 ; 2 lll. 1.1t;1 11 (I 1,2 3 15 I) .1
In a I,'ran .i .. i l.l 'i7n.1l III 1 ],!1IlT II2 (1: 1.512 ( 1.5S1 .I 1, 5B Il li] 15 1 i11
ita -l)i ulix i 171, !()11 II 215(.N13 I 1,320 i 11) 1.282 25 3 1,71 1 li 1,: M1l (i .I:1 'lIG
S11 is (I 1 is i, 7.,, (11)1 72. 111 III ] ] 2n 7.11 25 1,2l 21 !1 1 115 21' .I1
Il M lie I .... 31, 1 lli :] , 37 iS 11i 1 .1 1.91 2s 1, 8ll 2 I,512 50 l.I1: l9i .2 1
l i .. ... lia21i13,-I fli 2(lt7. ill 1 1,: 13 !]13 l. 2 1.513: 7(1 1,i.1l1 57 .27 .30i
li lin Cll . ... . .. 1 .71:i 1ll I77II3 110 .:1 12 1,12:1 ll 1,5)1 I 1 ( .W5 ,13 3
nta (irux -- -------- .... 1 0 I 13,1.50 1(il 1.1111l II 1l1ll ) ( 1,376t 8n 1,1161 (it; .3)1 .:(1
ItIn ---------------- ,71. ...I 1 11 l 12.1. 5 )0 1.112 85 N!) 17 1,211 1 fiR 8Li6) 9 1 .265 .133
'raiI .. .21 I 1,7310 IId 1.,8) (IN) 1.1001) lI 1,3110 (Il 1.10 (1 1 .20 ,3
lskly i :3S31) 0 ,85 6, 0I0 1,1.(i i 111 1.211 28 1.3:13 33 1.18] 70 .225 .92
tI) .. hl.O, 100 1-11211 00 1,7113 1,(1O 12 1,7 371 1,131 25 .'2.15 :li
- -lla ... . 111,75 I 129,1198 (! 1.521 33I 1,1111 19 1,410 71 1,1238 10 .2,1 .2911
-llislu s .. 161,1 :0 Ill 172,919 (11) 1,186 75 .1(I 133 1.491 1,5 1,():I m ..33 193
t Iol ........... -- 8,000 oll 8,000 00 1,220 0i0 1, 04.5 (i) 1,125 01 I.(I (](] .-] 021 .
h lll - 11,700 2110 4,200 o 1.566 53 1,1062 741 1,7511 1.(ll6 23 .oI.( .0i 2
illity -- ------------.-. .. .i275 l) i1,150 I0) 1,i1(Iu i O ..........) 1.30ii(1 6i; .Is
llre 18,315 QI) 11)9.1125 i) 1.23.! 31 !)1lN :5971 87 1 51 11 .2: i115 -
Ilh n I 72,n8:18 I 71.1388 0)) 1 ,573 0II i 1,0l90 11 1,17r, 10 1,I.i2 (0) .18 .31:;
I t Ii ------------- - 151.3150 (01 238,101 1 1,(D1 I00 1,3225 00 1 ,1i15 6:1 1.111 I .3; 1 1 "
o .:1..,2 0 (101 'iiIiIi] 1i9i) 1,.11 1,100 Ili ("l 1,(33 3) 9197 So! .273 .21
Ib1 --- ---- i l, 11 -1- 1.2lJ IWII 1, U11] ilI ( 1,1117 (11l 1.6 (11 1,01]8 ,S .125 .25

TIotlll ----.... ---------- ............ $1],587.972 010 11,21.11.12 00 *I6I.55 : 77 10i 1.115 H11; *S0.2.i1,l *$l,:: 9 2
1P.1~ IH


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TABLE No. 15.
II. GENERAL SUMMARIES: 1851-1912.
TABLE No. 15.-Statement, by years, showing the amount of receipts and expenditures for Public Primary, Grammar. High, and Kindergarten
Schools of the State of California, from 1851 to 1912. Inclusive.

-iiieaimf f o. ai i. .. ap t I exp lit


1815 -......~.... ..- .. .. -
1832-------------- -- -------- --
18533
185 --- $52.061 00 $157,702 00

18155 311-----62 00 119,128 00
1856-......----...... 69,961 00 121.639 Ul
185i7 ---------- 78,1157 148,989 00
1858 -...-- ... ..- 53.405 00 162.870 00

1859 ------------- 7.1 01) 2(15.196 00
1.60.-.....---. 81.11S 00 2301,511 00
1i61 1---- ----- 81,461 00 241.,Sil 00
198f2 -75.112 01) 291.88 01)O

18i63 -- ___ 145,537 00 :128,551 00
1864 ----------- 132,217 00 260,842 00
1865 -- ..- -- 16S,828 00 390,30 00
186 fi __-_. __ 132.410 00 170,668 00

I17 __---- 2618910 00 595,7 18 01)
1S68 ................ 52.6903 00 654.1738 00O
181 .69 2!10,796 00 847,229 (00
1870 ---- 360. 117 00 839,756 00

1871 .... 123,853 011 23.819 00
1872 ---------- 121.1022 (0 1 ,249.943 00
1873 130,22011 10 1,541,1597 Oi
1874 12,4114 12 1.332,208 82

1873 1-- ,212.252 03 1.115,530 (116
18l7( .---. 1,17.61103 84 1.210,637 31
1877 --------- 1.474.600 26 1.486.233 73
< I "*I *


V2.117 00 $21.355 42 *2.11111 no
10,026 00 300,215 01) 10,525 1111
42,557 OI 85,860 33 31.156 45

39,395 Ol 106,1148 45 32,6031 117
28.619 00 21111911 00 19,668 81
255.035; 0 1 92,113 O0 52,533 44
815.1117 00O 203,276 37 45.395 92

97,534 1(i 2641,972 37 69.3916 38
122.858 1111 311.1185 38 50.9849 41
114,3917 Oil I.111,501 91 54,493 099
111.8111l Ui 330.219 02 59.479 76

68.2119 IO 328.338 112 58,271 97
84.084 00 411,101 II1 69,562 36
91,181 00 526,585 14 89,1156 57
79.601 1100 551.112 112 116.577 17

81,1166 Oil 696,110 28 2116,412 25
73,981M 00 76.3,6391 15 143,518 56
66.531 00I 873,811 (17 185.6,72 91
63,411 III 976,937 75 179,170 231

16,6610 00 1.103.125 14 289.691 57
232,075 00 1.282.799 1.) 277,!911 99
3111,51i2 00 1.434.3616 193 275.6f71 70
315,311 5 953 l.11,:830 16 331.112 :11

676.259 64 1,810.479 62 381,80 I6 62
1.58,2116 411 1,981,939 96 374.222 419
13:7.1111 31 2.1194:13.5 70 :37.751 .51
-.. ,, . I1 i I t ;.- 66


$3.990 52

1.0114 57
2,127 16
2.942 56
3.012 78

2.36S8 58
'.46119 21
1.756 119
2.29!9 28
2.225 57

591 75
1,132 21
5,792 011
2,1171 111

10.125 01i
19.l1109 56
20.115 76
29,981 22

26.76 3:91
25.793 54
24.879 IS
21,752 82

.3391162 72
48.757 .3l
55.114 64
53.947 85


$* 4,718 32 $21,10.3 74
13.491 01 54,231 01 m
S 151,82>2 52 272,829 82

77.197 62 276,931 71
52.48 110 395,221 UO
59,743 0i1 3117,832 i 0
88.199 70 339.914 77

9,266 42 127,11113 73
110.352 S6 171.263 71 2
1,11818 4 1 470.113 56 3
49,274 62 111.228 97
1
S2.271 22 93.931 53 183.417 19
6.010 14 167.393 44 655,199 811
3,777 86 257,814 98 883.01 6 56
4.1159 17 185,056 12 859,230 19 "

5.431 83 238.1171 61 1.15.15.10 11
4,1161 72 221,118 43 1,151,4117 42 Z
1.915 83 205,766 95 1.20l.585 52
3.692 27 339,362 37 1,529.046 84

:1.f69 16 39,1158 11 ,713.430 97
1.7211 13 291),119 1 1 1,881,3132 82
1.3115 70 37.11119 14 2,113.13.56 25
1.1.52 8N1 V12,467 25 2.111.155 33

10,713 112 121,27!1 3l 2,6158,241 34
111.974 66 110.706 37 2,83iS,600 98
18,964 19 117,426 43 2,749.729 4i
12,513 65 390,094 92 3.15.,815 27







1h79 --_ 1.423,911 75 1,446,852 04 92,852 41 2,285,732 39 371,992 13
1880 1,506,171 84 1,393,572 11 101,824 80 2,207,043 8, 400,867 61
1881 1,790.457 62 1,343,306 02 32.148 79 2.316.056 58 401.572 56
1882 .'. ---- 1.882.121 67 1.260,843 64 23.046 88 2,406.780 68 411,117 17

1883 -_ 1.800,721 20 1.315.818 96 32,462 71 2.311,078 40 419.761 85
1884 1.894,191 00 1,411,543 56 27.713 10 2,573,623 54 415,567 39
1885 .............. 1,831.171 44 1694,959 45 53,111 S 2,583,403 16 133.972 56
S1 I -.--- 1,890.733 32 1,690.704 86 138.596 18 2.710.621 82 422,843 30

1887 ... : .... 2,27,789 10 1,793.8119 95 51,2351 25 2.912,859 30 480.155 63
1888 2.168,6886 OS 2.17.005 19 259.554 55 3,083.027 24 527,135 55
1889 2,531,880 00 2,442,254 64 337,0,1)f 91 3.343,191 60 624.810 95
1S1 ill .-- ..--- 35.716 10 2.293,.3335 75 98,092 22 3,3!94.358 98 7i06.!5 12

1891 .2,662,200 US 2.249.975 72 134,192 19 3,713,543 37 732.14S 96
IS!2 .. -....... 2,354,786 10 2.161.7116 l1 286,455 77 3.874.346 8 7501,929 32
1893 ---- 3,403,172 72 2,404,89K 76 771.090 S( 1.055,688 51 806.717 80
1894 .----------- 2,770,661 K4 2.388.359 31 337,815 12 4.0115,721 80 752.757 6S
1855 ...-.... .- 2,29.105 74 2,472,540 41 501203 22 4.0IS1.3110 44 793,831 91
1896 3.013,1' 60 2.517.S27 78 2561121 31 4.291,481 12 899,861 54
1897 2.943.310 111 2,677,945 07 156.638 37 1,1S1,541 67 899.726 74
1S8 ..--. 3,106,072 72 2,84,416 96 364,1030 62 4,582,625 71 1,010.7111 13

1S9 3.076,472 140 2,690,705 16 172,11'3 21 4.562.991 54 1,025.173 62
1p8O : 3,5 67,763 .6 2,fil6.410 16 2!96,345 64 485.0.804 22 994,727 41
1901 i 3,485.126 45 2.888.046 10 93.171 60 1f,.5.144 20 l.U80.l01 37
1902 3,584.001 45 3,076,6i99 73 99,687 86 4,748,472 75 1.329.359 68

1803 3,.390,390 40 3.887,778 68 6(99.738 22 5,665.431 02 1.461.838 79
19(111 --- ----. 3.926,972 18 4,644,967 95 1,290,565 92 6,027,.50 53 1.5011.815 22
10C5 ---.-........ 1.231,211 (f2 4,580,258 78 1,91,805 35 3 6, 10,879 67 1,6(75.564 94
1 ----------- 380,740 82 3.681,439 68 1.61M.2:%6 81 7.(II3.17, 86 1,8U5.867 52

1907 ...----- 1.300,37 23 7.394.551 55 593.194 87 7.122.575 41 2,0111.921 54
1I)N ---- 4.497,337 81 8,899.459 82 6311.52 .i1 4.721),9:3 65 2,307.117 19
1909 -----. 1.761.954 30 11.993,868 12 436,490 6i 9.325,688 76 2,472.51!) 54
1911) __------- 5.,101,9501 89 13.308.417 80 115.887 51 10.233.858 10 2,926.957 711

911 ...... 5S.62.117 16 13.833,191 32 623,852 21 11,381,fi6 72 3,777,912 911
V12 -.--------- 6],110,857 30 19.123,138 at 51) 7.038 5i 12.687,314 29 :,831.017 88
*Not reported.
tlnl'llld8s rost of ,I'iiartu' T)I)es lwol1 inurItle balance on hIlnll.


If.1911 511
44,546 39
79.432 10
63,060 32

(11.032 26
5 ,.642 (,
64,056 08
64,627 32

61.189 18
58.229 I14
59,522 72
71,121 94

72,711 87
72,961 11S
76,677 51
61.890 94

63,614l 20
71.249 23
68.719 53
72,975 97

8S,341 06
t81,719 79
,82.995 12
t88,923 0(I

91105.016 9I2
t38, 139 11 .f
tl33,457 82 _
l148,351 94

113,096 70
161.113 82
186, 128 37
233,163 59

252,S23 012
213,136 22


13,535 73 293,126 38 3,0111.907 13
21,842 63 190.270 91 2.864.571 42
15,691 04 204,849 66 3,047.604 91
20,61 8 98 221,089 05 3.122.666 20

26.501 11 293,S19 64i 8,312,215 28
23.204 69 292,16. 85 3,311,22.3 55
16,787 03 466,811 74 3,305,031( 87
21,833 01 283.,106 18 3,5115,931 I3

23,679 11) 418,704 9fi 3,889,8S8 17
31,5:34 85 621.551 82 1.321.381 51
33,791 82 935.518 42 4.016.865 71
42,442 85 703.917 79 5,119.096 6(

45,352 20 548,7411 11 5,112.500 53 o
45,424 77 308,2229 27 5,351.891 32 5
46,837 62 723,3(55 i;6 5,709.687 111
30,130 55 574.293 10 5.421.793 17

46.915 5 699,215 59 5,(1J3.0 8 1!
35,492 78 503,671 80 5.801,759 17
18,8,85 63 441,871 03 3,847.747 680
16.693 40 494,899 39 6,177.904 f it

----. --- 397.7)93 15 6,1,74.1102 37
--------....... 268,157 32'. 6.193,438 74
_ 53.'304 16 6,373,229 0
-.... 439.305 94 6,606.161 42 .

-. 0 937.879 17 8.170,116 1 20
..-------- 1734.35 36 9,401.464 15
.------.... ,4(1.1110 86 9.l678.I1013 211
- .---- 1,983,16i3 70 10,!940,560 02

- .------- 2.620.211 24 12.218.704 89
3.229.9111 -1 14,423,703 87
Uli-- 1.011,619 (17 15.985.255 71
4,5361,538 36 17.9301.517 75
1.0958.130 18 20.370,927 .82
7.217,152 22 23.917,8.21i 61

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4J REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.


TABLE No. 15-Continued.
GENERAL.
Statistical Summary, by years, of the Kindergarten. Night. Primary and Grammar
and High Schools of California, from 1851 to 1912, inclusive.


Years.


1851 ------------------- ---
1852
1853 -.----- .--- .........---------------------
1854 ----
1855 -- --- ----
1856
1857 ---- --------- ---------
--S -- --- ------ ---- ---- --- -------
1859 -------- ------
1860
1861 ---- -------------
1862 -.... ....------ -..- ----....-...
1863 .. ....... ........----------------------
1864--.- .... ------------
1865
1866 ----------------
1867---------------- ----
1868---------------
1869 ----- ---------------------
1870 ---- .---------.-----------------
1871 -------- .-- .---- .---
1872 -
1873 -
1874 -..... . .... ..-----------------------..
1875 -
1876 -..------..... ---------
1877 -
1878 ------------ ----------
1878 ... .... .. . ... .... ...
1879 ------ -----
1880
1881 -------- -- ... ------ -..--..--...--

18S3 --.. ... -- .... ...........- ..
1884
1889
1886 . .. - -. . .- .. ..
18857 ----------
1889 ---
1890 -. ----------
IS888 -------------- ----------------------
1889 --- ---- .- ----.--- --------------- -
1890 ------ ---------------------------
1891 _
1892 .
1s93 --- - -- ------ --------------- --------- ----------
1893 .-- -
1894
189
1896 ------ ------- ------ ------ -----
1897 --
1898 .--- ----- --- .-- ........- .--
1899-
1900 -------- -
1901 --------.- -..---------..------

19053 ...... ..... ..... .. ..... ... .
I9W2 ------ -----.-.-- ----------------
1904 --------------------------------
1905 -----------------
1906 --------------------------------
1907 ......................-----------------------
1 9 0 8 - -- - - - - - - -- -- - - -- - - - - - - - --
1909
1910 .... ....------------- ..--------
1911 ---------- ...-----------------
1912 ............................---------------------


Number of
Number of children Average dally
sechl register

------ 1.846 -----
S3,314
.--- 4.193 2.020
214 9,716 4.635
.101 --6-- 6,442
392 ----------- 8.195
486 17,232 9,717
517 19,822 11,183
744 23.519 13,361
831 26,993 14,750
932 31.786 17,804
962 36,566 19,262
919 36,540 19,992
1,079 17,588 21.794
1,155 50,089 29,592
1,268 50,273 --
1.389 62,227 ------
1.590 65,828 43,681
1.687 73,754 49.802
1.869 85,808 54.271
2.052 91,332 61,286
2.301 94,720 65,700
2.336 107,593 69,461
2.452 120,240 72.283
2.693 : .i" 78,(107
2,894 i 8,391
3,077 147.863 9.5,39
3,393 .11,06 94.696
3.453 156,769 98.4i,i
3.595 158,765 100.966
3.737 163,855 105.541
3.777 168,024 107.177
3.9311 174.611 112,594
4.083 179,801 124.814
4.24 181.001 116.02S
1,444 189,220 125.718
4.888 196.907 129.297
4.938 207,050 132,277
5,253 215.905 143,733
5.431 221,756 116.589
5,659 229,986 153.599
5,891 238,106
6136 232.501
6.257 235,837 " I
6.589 211,322 i ,
6.885 249,335
7.190 247.061 .
7.432 2594594 59
7,366 265,364 ,
7.605 269.736
7,810 258,977
8,072 264,038
8.3339 28,8,776
8,.62 299,038 .
9.026 315,226
9.371 328,127
9.714 335,645
10.222 317.193
10.747 352.278
11.369 368.391 ." :
12,156 386.911
13,248 414,078


































INSTITUTION FOR TIE DEAF AND THE BLIND.

TABLE No. 10. Enrollment, Number of Teachers, Receipts and Expenditures, Valu-
ation of Property.


























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STATITISCS OF ENROrLSILENT AND FUNDS. 51



INSTITUTION fOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND.

TABLE No. 16.

Showing Statistics California Institution for the Deaf and the Blind.

BERKELEY, Colifarnia.

L. E. MILLIGAN, Principal.

The enrollment of pupils for the two years ending lune 30, 1912, has
been as follows:

Deaf boys ----------------------------- ---- 114
Deaf girls ------------- 87
S 201
Blind boys- -- ----- -------- 47
Blind girls--- --------------------------------- 45
-- 92


Total both classes --------------___ 293


The number of teachers, including manual craft instructors, has been:

Deaf Department.
Teachers, men --- -- ------- -- 10
Teachers, women -----------------
S17

Blind Department.

Teachers, men- -- 2
Teachers, women ------- -- ----------
9
Total ------------------------------------- 26

RECEIPTS.

Appropriations for salaries and wages. ---- ------- $S9,610 2S
Appropriation for support -- 57,729 82

$147,340 10
EXPENDITURES.

Salaries and wages -------------------- $S9.610 28
Support --------------------------------------------------- 57,729 82

$147,340 10
CONTIcNGENT FUND.

Balance on hand July 1, 9910 -------- ------------ $3,365 19
Receipts ------_------------- ----------- -- 12,619 43

Total -------- -- -- ---- $15,984 62
Expenditures ----- ---- --------- 14,780 17

Balance, July 1, 1912 ------------------------------------- $1,204 4








52 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.



TABLE NO. 16-Continued.

Valuation of Property belonging to the California Institution for the Deaf and the Blind.

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.


Land (130 acres)
Buildings-
Educational Building
Bartlett Hall
Durham Hall -- ------
Willard Hall
Moss IIall -- ----
Strauss Hall --
Refectory and other buildings

Water and machinery -----
Equipment ----
Furniture --- --


--_-. _- ___$--- 00,000 00

$100,000 00
00,000 00
55,000 00
.50,00 00
47,500 00
-47,500 00
55,000 00
$415.000 00
$30.000 00
-- 4,000 00
-- ----- 8,000 00
42,000 00


GIFTS AND BEQUESTS.


$2,000 00
1,393 00
3,000 0Oi
10,500 00
42.500 00
28.861 50
4S,354 50

-----.----- ---- $1,145.254 50


Pipe organ -_-
Tower clock -
Library --
Hospital -----------
Loans ---- -----------
Cash ---------


Total -------------































CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL.

TABLE NO. 17. Number of Teachers, Number of Graduates, Receipts and Expendi-
tures, Valuation of Prolerty.









POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL STATISTICS.


CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL.

TABLE No. 17.
Statistics of California Polytechnic School, at San Luis Obispo, for 1911 and 1912.

1911. 1912.

Number of teachers employed:
Men -...-..---...-----------.--.... .-- 11 11
Women ....... ----------------- 3 4

Totals ---_. --------------- -- 14 15

Number of students enrolled, 1911:
First year ----..----------. boys ----- 66; girls ----- 23 89 -----
Second year ----------.----. boys ---- 45; girls ----- 16 61 -----
Third year ---------------boys---- 19; girls-- 4 23 --------
Special students ---..------ boys --- 1; girls--- 2 3 ------

Totals .. ---------- ------ .131 45 176 ---

Number of students enrolled, 1912:
First year ---------------boys ---- 66; girls ----- 35 --------.--- 101
Second year -------- bys --- 46; girls------- 12 ------------ 58
Third year --------------boys--- 22; girls.---.- 8 .----------- 30
Special students ------- boys ---- 2; girls------ I ----------- 3

Totals .---....----- ----------_ 136 56 .- -

Number of graduates, 1911:
Boys, 14; girls. 2..---------- ---------------------- 16 ----
Number of graduates, 1912:
Boys, 17; girls. 8 --------------------- --- 25

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

Slty-second Sexty-thlrd
fiscal year flscal year.

Receipts:
Balance on hand ------------.---------------------- $8,736 30 $1,.04 95
From State apportionment ------------------------- 44,275 00 82,606 48
From laboratory fees ......- .........-- ---- ---. 2,605 35 2,633 00
From dining hall and dormitory.------.--------------. 12,466 82 9,927 55
From creamery, dairy, farm, garden, poultry and
power house ...---------------------- -- 24,551 00 23,542 78
Other sources -------------.------------------------ 1,094 09 16i 07

Totals ---------------------- -------..----- $93,731 56 $119,960 83
Expenditures:
For teachers' and officers' salaries .------------- $24,340 00 $26,721 00
For services on farm and grounds...........------------- 6,136 00 5,546 06
For engineers' salaries ----.......------------- ---- 1,360 00 1,661 35
For janitors and student assistants ..---- -....... .. 2,270 00 2,900 00
For buildings and repairs..............------------------ 2.011 OS 9,710 74
For heating, lighting, sewer and water systems..-----.. 4,716 33 10,469 13
For books and apparatus-------- ------------. 3,802 00 8,673 60
For printing ........---------- ---.----------------.---- 375 00 275 0S
For trustees' expenses ---------------------- 615 S6 194 55
For improvements of grounds ------------- 761 00 125 00
For supplies, etc. ....------------ --------------------- 5,941 36 7,975 68
For contingent supplies ----.....--.------------------- 33,568 34 27.814 38
For contingent labor-----.---------------- --- 6.747 70 6.119 65
Total ------ -----$------------------- 92,644 49 $108,18e 91

Not available 1911-12 ----------.. --------------------- 2 12
Balance on hand June 30 ..............---------------- 1,084 95 11.773 89






F5 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.


TABLE No. 17-Continued.
Statistics of California Polytechnic School, at San Luis Obispo, for 1911 and 1912.
BIENNIAL VALUATION OF PROPERTY.


Area of ground, acres. -------- -.----..--- -------l-- 311.01
Valuation of grounds, inelnding water and sewer systems __ $49,500 10
Value of buildings ...--__.--......---.---.......- ------ 139,U00 0
Value of furniture ------....------..-------------------- ------ 7,9U 1100
Value of library ......... ........ -----............- ..-. --. 3,200 0U
Value of apparatus --. -------------- --------_ ------ 43,600 00
Value of farm stock and tool ------------------------ ------------ 11,400 00

Total---. .------ -i.- $254,600 00

































STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS.

TABLE No. 1I. Number of Teachers, Students Enrolled, Receipts and Expenditures.
Valuation of Property, Number of Volumes in Libraries, Number
of Graduates.







5S REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION


STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS.


TABLE No. 18.

Statistics of State Normal Schools.

TEACIIERS EMPLOYED.

Men. Women. Total
Name. and ...locati..on of s. iol. n. e
1911. 1912, 1911 1912 1911. 112.

Chico .....----.. .....----- 9 9 15 14 21 23
Fresno ---...--- --.. -..... .- .. ... 7 -- .. 6 1:3
Los Angeles .---- ------------ 10 10 31 40 41 50
San Diego --------- --- 7 9 16 18 23 27
San Francisco ....-----------. 5 6 15 13 20 19
San lose ..............---------- 8 7 26 29 34 36
Santa Harbara ..-----..----- --- 1 3 6 3 7

Totals ........- --------------. 39 49 106 126 145 175



ENROLLMENT.

Vornaoil Department.

Mena Women Total.
.Name and e. nt.on aoolII
1911 1912. i1ll. 1L12 1911. 1912

Chico .--------.--------.- 44 54 253 259 297 313
Fresno .---------------- .------- 8 ---- 199 -.. 207
Los Angeles -.....--- --. 24 35 897 1,053 921 1,'
San Digo -------------------------10 5 305 240 315
San Francisco --....---------- -- -- --- 294 336 291
San Jose ............--- .------------ 28 29 660 8892 68 ,8
Santa Barbara ...------------ .-- 5 29 59 30 '
--i- --







oNae and location of school,
1911 1912. 1911, 1912 91. 191

Chico ...............------- --------- 181 165 194 182 375
Fresno ------------------------------- -------- ----------
Los Angeles ----------------- -- 332 -361 407 406 739
San Diego .........--- ------------- 6 180 98 287 104
San Francisco ..... --------- 364 364 382 412 746
San Jose .....--------------- 220 235 307 291 527
Santa Barbara -...........------- -- - -

Totals ......--------------.. 1,103 1,305 1,388 1,578 2,491 2,--







STATITIIC OF NORMAL SCHOOLS. 59



TABLE No. 18-Continued.

Statistics of State Normal Schools, showing receipts and expenditures for years ending
June 30, 1911, and June 30, 1912.

RECEIPTS, 1911,

Amount Amount
Name and lo cton of school. h tvl. receive rom a T oal
1910. appropriation.

Chiro ---.............__....- $2,332 08 $51.700 00 $2,910 96 $56,973 04
Fresno .- ---- ..... ...---------- -------....
Los Angeles --------------- 10,435 55 57,200 00 26 73 67,662 28
San Diego ------------------ 6,023 59 43,200 00 6 47 49,230 06
San Francisco --------------- 1,893 05 32,950 00 7,822 40 42,665 45
San Jose .....-------- 2,227 70 65,950 00 444 20 68,621 90
Santa Barbara -_.---- ...-- 81 00 5,000 00 547 50 5,628 50

Totals .---.------..-.... $22,992 97 $256,000 00 $11,788 26 $290,781 23



RECEIPTS, 1912.


BSlnt e on reeb, rd mm necelntts from
me and location of scho.l. hd lune 0, cote m tut on ad re
1911 lpnrorlalon other sources.


Chieo --_--------------------. $10,916 89 $45.45000 $3,880 38 $60217 27
Fresno ..---. ----------- ------------. 35,000 00 2,151 50 37,151 50
Los Angeles ----------------- 26 85 98,450 00 2.172 40 100,649 25
San Diego ..-----. --......--- 7 87 66,029 91 98 79 66,136 57
San Francisco ---111 72 111.200 00 9,218 38 120,530 10
San Jose ----.....36 14 89,450 00 ............. 89,486 14
Santa Barbara ---.. ----------. 282 00 12,800 00 1,135 00 14.217 00

Totals .................. $11.381 47 $458,379 91 $18,656 45 $488,417 83







TABLE No. 18-Continued.
EXPENDITURES, 1913,

Amount paid Aiaaatl Paid
Amount paid gordenera. AAou ount paid 'tatl Ialane oil
qNan, nam a loatn of school or teachs'rs janitors .1 for boola and pnliture n. 'and 'ne
a--------- td -
a

Chieo -..........................----------------------- $33,071 51 $10,691 03 $1,076 35 $1,201 18 $46,040 07 $10,932 97 H
Fresno -....----.................--------------------- ----------- -------- ----------- ----------......
Los Angeles ---..............--------- ... _... ------60,126 75 5,340 47 207 31 1,950 9G 67,625 49 36 79
San Diego ------------.. ---... 34,874 04 4.505 19 8,245 51 1.594 06 49,218 80 11 26
San Francis co .--------.----------- ------- 24,882 66 10,337 14 5.165 22 2.16M 21 42.553 23 112 22 c
San Jose -... --- _- ------------------------ 56.636 58 5,640 09 4,701 48 1.605 64 68.583 79 38 11
Santa Barlbra ------...........--- ........--------- 3,400 00 2,034 S4 5--- -------------- 5434 S4 193 66

Totals o -..- .------------. -----...-..-........ $212,991 54 $38,518 76 $19.395 87 $8,520 05 $279,156 22 $11,325 01


ExPENDITURIES, 1912.

Chico -- ---------------------------------------------$34,248 25 $11,600 54 $9.694 38 $424 90 $55,968 07 $4,279 20
Frcsno ..----------------- ---.............. 9,825 00 1,220 18 3,851 64 401 26 15,298 0S 21,853 42
Los Angeles .----- ........- -----..... --------- 75059 58 7,264 07 9.979 45 2,455 24 94.758 34 5,890 91
San Diego -------------------------------------- 33,740 01 9,969 13 19,882 15 1,6i(> 91 65,228 20 008 37 d
San Francisco .......... ----------------27,030 99 16141 73 7,718 88 887 47 117.779 07 2,751 03
San Jose ---..-. --.... .----. -......____.......... 60,359 65 6,941 46 17,922 21 787 31 86,010 63 3,475 51 t
Santa Barliara ------------------------------------ 9,275 00 3,017 85 11 25 108 60 I 12,415 70 1.801 311

Totals -..-... ..------------------------------- 249,53S 48 $56,154 9i $133,1106 96 $6,.701 69 : 8447.458 09 $10.9.59 74






TABLE No. 18-Continuel.
Statistics of State Normal Schools, showing valuation of property.
VALUATION OF PROPERTY, 1911.
Area or
Naoe an d locallln of sellool. :nd ( Ir s. Illu dings. 'nrnittr. Libraries All.arats 'la.

Chico ..........--------------------: 10 $201,2110 1) $201,5010 00 $7,010 00 $17,875 00 $6,85) 00 $253,225 01l
Fresno------------- -- -- ---------------- ------------ ---------.-- --------- -
Los Angeles ---....-.... .-- -- 4.50 500,000 U0 50,01100 00 8,000 (10 16,51110 10 3,510 00 578,1100 UIl
San Diego --- ......----------------. 16.50 50,000 00 176,500 06 14,600 00 10,500 00 7,500 00 259,100 011
San Franclsco ------------ . ---------- .80 70,00 00 0 103.500 00 14,500 00 7,0011 0 0 1,511 0o 19,500O 011
San Jose -- ------------------.. -..-. --. ----- 1.30 50.000 00 375,000 00 20,000 00 16,050 00 9,!11)0 00 470,950 II 11
Santa Bar3ba rn -------- 7.50 11,010 00 .. ..----- ----....-------------------------- 11,00 011

Totals --..----------------- --------- 57.60 $701.200 00 $906,500 00 f61,100 00 $87,925 00 $29,050 00 $l.70S.775 Ill 7
VALUATION OF PROPERTY, 1912.
Chico ---..------- --------------------- 11 $60$00,000 $217,750 00 $9,217 00 $17,620 00 $8,514 00 $313,101 00
"I'lOSlO n
F- _511(1- ._ _ _---------. .. .- C
Los Augeles 1- 8-,000 8O 00.0o00 00 9.0 002 17,0 17,000 (H il S-2 .5
San 1'. .. .... .------......----....- 1.5 100,000 00 181,500 ( 13,51111 1 9,770 00 7,250 00 312.,20 00
Sun -------------- 1.16 1301000 00 103.500 00 14.5011 110 7,000 00 1,500 00 2i5,50l 11 I0
Sull Jose ............................ 18.30 50,000 00 0 428,000 00 30,000 00 16,000 00 10,00 00 531.000 00
Stinta Iarbhrn- .- ---.--. --..... ..----- 7.90 11,00 00 -..-- ..----. 14 00 1090 .. .---------. 11,123 00

Totals.----.......--- ---.......... --.. 60.02 901.000 00 $90750 00 $76.23100 $67,199 00 $30,761 00 $2.N0i.241 00
Number of volumes In Normal School libraries.
1911. 192
Nnme and heatlon of school At barel..lni Bullt Lst or Total at clsel At ll.oln.llnt. n a.i Lest or Total at clon
of year dring[year destroy year during year dtroyeda
S or donated, during year. or donated. dlrllg year.

Chieo ...... ...............---------- ......-. 15,709 1,013 8 16,711 16,711 622 I 17,320
Fresno ........ ----.. ----..----..- ---.. .........-- -------- --- -----------... .... .
Los Angeles -----------------. 19,035 946 316 19.665 19,665 1.522 8 21,09)
Sal Diego ...-----...------- ---------------- 8,921 962 6 9,877 9,877 1,143 210 10,810
Sun Francisco ----------- -- 9,313 1,516 28 10,801 10,8111 1,131 227 11.7113
San Jose .----------.--..-----.----.------------ 12,309 608 76 12,841 12,811 655 1,088 12,408
Santa Barbaru- .-.................--......- ...-- ......-............-...-.... -----. ------ -- ... -250 ----. 50

Totals.--------...----.---.------------ 65,287 5,075 431 69,928 69,928 5,323 1,050 7:1,592








TABLE No. 18-Continued.
Number of Graduates of Normal Schools since organization.

Clhico Freano. Log Angeles. Ran Diego. San Francisco i San loae Santoa arbara.
(Organied 1SS9.) (Organlzed 1911.) (l0ganlzed 1882.) (Oeanlaed 1897.1 (OrCanled 180.) (Organlzed 182 ) (OrIanlzed 101 )


O o 0 a .0I
3 i ; i 3 I 3 3 7. j [ S j 1 ~ -


183- -- -- -- -- -- :--- -- ----- --
1865----- ---- ---- ..........--- ......
i866 -------- ---- --------- ---- --- -- .--...
1867 ---- ----. --....- ........
1868 --- --------- ------- - --- -
18689----- - ------ -- ----- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- -----
18G90 -- ---- '- --- ------ ------ --- --- ------ ------ ------ -----
1870 ......---- ---.-- ---- -- -- -- ---- ----.-- -- -.........-...-- --. -
1872- ------ - ------ ---- --- --- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----
187--- -- -- -- ------ --I-- -- -- -- -- --
19743 ----- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- --- --- --- ---
1873...- -... .....
1876.- -- -- --- ----
1877 -------. . . . . . . .. --- --
1877 ---- ------ -- ---- ------------.--.. .-- --- ------ --. . .
1878---------- ---. -- -..... --- ---.. --..---- ------ -------------.--..--..-
1878 --------- ----- ----- ----- -------


1884 ----- ---- --
188-4 ----- --- 3 19 22 ---- ------- ------ ---- -- --8 1 8---
.1880 ......... ...... 6 88 35 . --- --- -- - ----
1883 - 1.. .................. .. .. .. .....- - --- -
1884 .......... ..... 1 --.- - - . . . .. -.... .. ... 3 19 22 . . . .
: .. ..... .. ..... ... ... ... ... 16 29 35- - - - -
11 32 13-------- ------
'......... ...... ...... ...... .... ...... ... 1 44 48 .. . ..- --- - -. .
... 1 35 I 5 7 ----- ------
,. .. ... .. . 1 4---- --
i! I I 62 71---- ----- --
.. .. i .. . ... .. 6 72 78
7 2 9 --- - - - - - - - -
:* ... .. 11 0 1 ----- - ---- --
18-----...... 3 27 30 --. ------ Ii 65 76--- -------


4
19 ----- ----
19
23---------
33

48

291 ...------- ---
41-- ----

21 -
17
20

45I--- -- --
33

38 ------ --- --

58
44
47

34

88
109
100
98 .
121--- ------
129 -----------
156
104
109- -----
136 .------
13 -----





i1)....2.... 3 9 52 -- 12 72 81 --- 8 18 1i5
1896-... 9 35 44 ........ 10 55 65 1. 13 1 --6 .... --- ---.
1897 ......... 3 30 33 .. .... 7 48 55 -- 10 99 109.... ------
1898 ......... 3 17 20 ----- 10 78 88 ..- - -............ 5 81 86 -...
189 ......... 6 39 45 .................. 5 102 107 10 100 110 ..
1900.......... 16 53 69 -- .....- ---- 11 103 114 3 23 26 -...... ---- .-- 12 110 122 ..----
1901.----...- 12 37 49 -- ------ 10 120 130 5 20 25 0 36 36 8 82 90 ..
1902.......... 6 35 41 10 97 107 5 42 47 0 33 33 20 158 178 .......--
1903---.. 9 52 61 ----- 8 103 111 2 61 63 11 54 54 18 193 211 .
1904..... 5 35 40 --... ------ 8 84 92 6 39 45 0 40 40 11 135 119 -
1905--- ..... 9 53 62 -- 5 115 120 5 39 41 0 46 46 6 147 153
191108....._ 7 46 53 -- ----... 3 153 156 1 36 37 0 04 64 7 162 169
1907 ....... 5 50 55 ------- 3 135 138 2 53 0 75 75 11 144 155 m
1908---------- 8 77 75 --- ---6 204 210 3 54 57 0 57 57 5 246 251 .- ~ `3
1909-..... 9 52 61 --.....-------. 9 234 243 3 72 75 0 44 44 6 247 253
1910....... 11 76 87 -. --- 7 209 216 --- 64 64 0 82 2 10 260 270 0 24 21
1911 ... 8 41 49 -- 11 383 394 4 55 59 0 93 93 9 263 272 1 29 1)0
112 -------- 5 53 58 2 31 33 10 115 25 2 99 101 0 108 10S 11 333 344 5 39 GI

Totals... 159 96 1085 2 31 33 231 3333 3567 41 657 698 0 731 731 161 467 5128 6 112 11$ 0

Total illll)cuer of graduates- C
Men ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 0113
omen -- ------------------------

TotalI------------------- -------------------------------- --------------- .6i
---- en .................. _. _,,_............. . ____ ____ _ _. 1 0


0





































UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.

TABLE No. 10. Number of Teachers, Students, Receipts and Exp-nditures, Valu-
ation of Property.

























5-s












STATISTICS OF STATE UNIVERSITY.


UNIVERSITY Of CALIFORNIA.

TABLE No. 19.

Statistics of University of California. showing number of professors, teachers and
students, 1910-11, 1911-12,

XUMIBER OF PROFESSORS. LECTURERS, AND INSTRUCTORS IN THE U ]VERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.

1910-11. 1911-12.
Men --. -------------. 342 Men .--.....-- .-----_ 369
Women ...-------- ---------- 10 Women ------------ --.... 13

Total .-------.------------ 352 Total --.-----_--------------..... 382

ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS.

1910-11. 1911-11.


Number of tludlets enrolled in the-


Colleges of Letters, N a t u r
Sciences. and Social Sciences:
Men .-.. .....------..--..... 190 773
Women -..------..... -- -- 227 1,159

Totals ....----- -- -- 417 1,932
Colleges of Engineering and
Chemistry:
Mlen --..-....------ ------. ---- 27 794
Women .-----.... ---........ ... 5 2

Totals.............---------- 32 796
College of Commerce:
Men ----------- ---------- 6 258
Women ----.........------------ 3 5

Totals ...------------------ 9 263
College of Agriculture:
Full courses-
Alen .....----....-------------- 27 270
Women ..-. ------------------- -- 3 10

Totals --......---------- 20 280
Short courses-
Men --.----------- ------------ 113
Women .....-------------------- -------- 10
Totals--.....--...-------- ---------- 123
Berkeley:
Men --------------------------. 10 27
Women --.....-------.---------- 6 3

Totals -_-- ....-------.-- 16 30
collegee of Medicine:
San Franciseo-
Men ---....--- -------------- ---
Women -----.-------.-------- -----

Totals -..-------------- 8 --
Los Angeles--
Men ..------------------------------- 28
Women -------------------------- ------ 6

Totals....--------------------- 34


Totals Toal.s.






207 860
254 1,308

2,349 461 2,168 2,62


39 766


828 40 766 80

8 263
2 5

272 10 268 27


33 350
4 22

37 372

134
------- 29

433 ....- 163 57

24 27
6 1

30 28


16 .....
2 .

18 ---

-9 .- 18
--1-

98 8 - 19


9


2


95








68 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

TABLE No. 18-Continued.

Enrollment of Students-Continued.

1910-11 1911-12.


Number of students enrolled in the- Totals.
go -. -
e C C!


College of Dentistry:
Men ---............----.. ---..... -.....--- 64
Women ----..........----------- ..................

Totals _..-___ _------.....- ----. 61
College of Pharmacy:
Men .------... ------------------- -------- 78
Women ..... . ... 7
Women s--------------------- -------- 7

Totals .....-- ........... ...... 85
Hastings College of the Law:
Men ...........-----------------. 16 88
Women ..........--.......- ......-- I
Totals-- .... ....- .... 16 89
San Francisco Institute of Art:
31en ...-----.----------------- ---- --- 136
Women ----....-------.------- ------- 132

Totals ---------.----......-- ----..............- 268

Grand totals -............


SUAltfER SESSIONS.


77
-------- 1

64 .------- 78 78

79


85 ..--. 80 SO

21 96
2
---. 2
105 21 98 119

142
.--.- 141

268 .-...... 283 283

4,502 4.940


1910. 1911.

Men ---------... ---- ------- ------------------------------------ 463 562
Women ..................-------------------------------------- 596 1,419

Totals .................. .---------------------------------- 1,09 1,981
Total number of students, deducting duplicates --.......----.... 5,120 6,390


CKADUATED DURING THE TEAR.

1911. 1512.
Me aod ly.


Men _.--.2.-...............-------------------------.. 320 3
Women ------------------------------------------------------ 195 V.
Tomtn ............................................................... 195 1:.

Totals I.-- ------------ :

Total number of graduates since establishment of university, 9,554.


Totals,








STATISTICS OF STATE UNIVERSITY.


TABLE No. 19-Continued.

Statistics of University of California. showing Receipts, 1911-12.

SUMMARY OF INCOME.
Year ending June 3, 1911.
From investments __----- $201'.3,2 24
United States _--___ ___ 75.(00 00
State of California -------__- 1.012,558 6G
$1,290.941 10
Students' fees ---- -- $96,724 43
Dental department --- __ _16.916 S1
Medical department -._ ---------..- ..-___ 9.455 61
University hospital -------- ____ 36.222 77
Los Angeles medical department--- -- -__ 7.324 30
Miscellaneous -------------- 106.518 4C1
Receipts from concerts, etc ...---- -- 3,714 67
276,877 OS
Gifts for current use--- -----__ ___ $56.170 09
Gifts for architectural expenses and for buildiaug work- 14.0OS 00
-71,13S 9
Gifts for endowments -------------------- --------- --- 33,759 50

$1,672,716 67
University Farm-
Agricultural produce ----- -- -- ------ s980,S0 31
Miscellaneous ---------- 16.929 15


Statistics of University of California, showing Receipfs, 1911-12.
SUMMARY OF INCOME.
Year ending June 30, 1912.

From investments --------- ----------------- $1S,.760 i59
United Stales 0------- ------------------- SO,000 00
State of California -.-. ------- -- --- 1,124,507 19
-- ?$1,391,267 7S
Students' fees ---------- $11S,521 (1
Dental department ------- ----- 10,367 77
Medical department ---- -------------------- 11.156 7.
University hospital -- -- 29,242 09
Los Angeles medical department ----------- -14,11S 19
Sale of agricultural produce, etc. -- --- 120,284 72
Miscellaneous. ---- ---------------- 15.023 53
Receipts from concerts, etc ------------- 2.391 30
320,106 01
Gifts for current use 7e--------------------------- 7.216 30
Gifts for architectural expenses and for building work- 16,418 56
S-3,634 SG
Gifts of real estate and improvements ------------ $31,449 5S
Gifts for endowments ..- _---------------- 450,043 94
4S2.393 52

$2,277,402 17







70 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.


TABLE No. 19-Continued.

Statistics of University of California, showing Expenditures, 1911 1:

SULIMMARY OF EXPENDITURES.
Year ending June 30, 1911.

Administration $ ________________ 140.202 21
Library -_---_ ____ _---------- __ 55.001 91
Agriculture (excluding build ins operations aippeariug
under that head) -- --- --------------------- 291.820 91
Other departments __------ ______ 514.322 24
Misccllnneous ------ ------------ 13.6;1 25
-$1 11'*.. 1.
Scholarships and prizes ------------- 1!).30 00
Summr session ------------------_ 2;,23 039
Lick Observatory ------------------------------- 4.410 42
Dentnl department _- ___- ___---_ ----- --- 22,09 51
Medical department includingg TTniversity hospital nnd
Los Angeles medical department) ----________- 79,306 02
,i ,,,' i "
Musical and dramatic -.. --.-_---. ----__--..__- $1.321 20
Academy of Pacific Coast Ilistory---------._----- -- 5,133 96

Watershed lands: Purchase of lnuds in Stawherry Canyoun ----i "
Kearney estate: Elxpenditures made from bIequest --- -- "
Building operations --------------- ------------------------
Wilmerding Trades School_________ _________ '

Total __-- ---____-- __ ___ __ $1

SU\MMAOY OF EXPENDITURES.

Year ending June 30, 1912.

Administration -- -- ------$-- 275,5S2 37
Library ------- -------------------------.-- 785.i3 23
A.ricuilturt (lexreiding building operations appearing
under tlht had I--------- ------------ 33-.56S 77
Other departments o ___ __ ..___.. __ ____ 560.093 07
M-iscellaneous 10.3SS 66
$1 ; *,, l! I
Scholarships and prizes $__ ____ ______ 21.437 50
Summer sessions -----__-_ ----__- 31.634 97
Lick Observatory -- 46,668 12
Dental department -------------.. .--.-------_. 23,737 43
Medical department (including University hospital nnd
Los Angeles medical department) 77.50-G 34

Musical and dramatic $2.231 57
Academy of Pacific Coast Ilistory ___.U__ S2

Watershed lands: Purchase of lands in Strawberry Canyon--.- '" '
Building operations -__-------_--
Wilmerdingm Trades School -. -______ __ __ I i:

Total $1 *--**-- ,








STATISTICS OF STATE UNIVERSITY. 71

TABLE No. 19-Continued.

Statistics of University of California, showing Valuation of Property.

ASSETS.

June 30, 1911.

Area of grounds at BerkeleSy --------- ------------ 530 acres
Valuation of grounds at Berkeley -------------------------- $1,400,129 63
Valuation of buildings and improvements at Berkeley__--- 2,9S5,502 S;
Real estate and improvements not in Berkeley (includes farm) --_ 2,871.213 28
Value of equipment, including libraries, apparatus, live stock, etc.-.. 14S1,275 07

Total ----------- ---------------------------- ---- $S.738,121 78

June 30, 1912.

Real estate in Berkeley_ _------------ $1,424,36S 4G6
Buildings and improvements in Berkeley -------- ------ 3,164,709 01
Real estate and improvements not in Berkeley-
Utilized for University purposes - -- ------ 2,918,737 02
Other real estate ------------------------ 32,5,2 66
Equipment ------------------------------------ 1,481,275 97

Toa-l -_ ------------------------ ---------_ $9,021,G73 12




































STATE TEXTBOOKS.

TABLE No. 20. Number of Books Sold. Cost of Manufacture, Amount Paid Into
Textbook Fund, etc.









TABLE No. 20.
Textbook sales, for the period from July 1, 1910, to June 30, 1911.
ThI .1 a blls w lthe mncber of textbooks furnished by Californrn, thi,. rst of manufaclturl, rf a.ch oIk. th, amount (if olllocy
paid into r. [ book fund from which labor, etc., Is paid, the amount of royalty paid for the use of the plates rented, the amount of
money paid into Ihe royalty fund from each book and consequently the amount of royalty paid each company, the price at Sacramento at
which cacll book Is so d and tlie total amount of money paid Into the treasury from the sale of each book.
.omber ot .Co of T o sool ook oont o
Bookl. hoks sold. nature. fund. Iyalty. T nd Primo. sd.

Primer -.. -.. ------------------- 53,029 .172 $9,121 00 $.048 $2,545 38 22 cents $11,666 38
First Render ....-.-.. ...............-------- 46,136 .152 7,012 70 .048 2,214 50 20 cents 9,227 20
Second Reader _- -~. ...... ----------- 30,091 .1875 5,642 09 .0525 1,579 75 24 cents 7,221 84
Third Reader --........... ....--------- ---- 25,911 .31 8,0332 41 .06 1,554 66 37 cents 9,587 07
Fourth Reader -. --- .... ------- 8,887 7.37 3,288 19 .12 1,066 44 40 cents 4,354 63
I'ifth IHeader -_ ....------- ---.- ...- 3,626 .33 1,196 58 0. 326 34 42 cents 1,522 92
Speller-Book 1 42,095 .161 6,94570 .02i 1,052 35 19 cellt 7.998 05 2
Speller-Book II .--.-- -.--------------- 28,108 .160 4,637 83 .021 702 69 19 cents 5,340 52
First Book in Arithmneti ---- -----.. 9,924 .2075 2,059 25 .0525 520 99 26 cents 2,580 24
Advanced School Aritlnti .e ..... ...- 30,126 .32 9,10 32 .09 2,711 34 41 cents 12,351 66
English Lessons-Blook L -------- 18.970 .20 3,794 00 .08 1,517 60 28 cents 5,311 60
English Lessons-Bck II ------ 18,530 .34 6.300 20 .12 2,223 00 46 cents 8,523 80 t
Introductory History ..---... ------------------- 14.101 .30 4,230 30 .15 2,115 15 45 cents 6.345 45
Brief School History -...-.. ------- 35,256 .52 18,333 12 .15 5,288 40 67 cents 23,621 52
Introductory Geograiphy ....... 32.140 .44 14,111 60 .09 2,892 60 53 cents 17,034 20 0
Advanced Geography 31.,391 .58 18.206 78 ,15 4,708 65 73 cents 22,915 43 H
Physiology ;ndl HIgimlr' 8,443 .29 2.418 47 .12 1,013 16 41 cents 3,461 63
Civics -._. n ........... .......... 21,574 .375 S.0,1 28 .125 2,696 72 50 cents 10,787 00
Writing-Book I .......... 12,030 2,101 50 .01 420 30 6 cents 2,521 80 0
i.i.,, i It I .......1 .052 2 1,980 11l .01 396 02 6 cents 2,376 12
S' -- I 1I1 -- ... -- 38,901 .05 1,945 05 .01 38901 6 cents 2,334 06
.. ,,,,' I IV --------------33,682 .05 1,654 10 .01 330 82 ; cents 1,984 92 m
..-... -- V ------------------.. 31,531 .511 1,576 70 .01 315 34 ; cents 1,892 04
l'riiner -. -.. ---------------- ..... 472 .152 71 75 .048 22 65 20 cents 94 40
First leader ---------------------------------- 2,081 .184 382 90 .056 116 54 21 cents 499 44
Srecond IRader .....-- 3,078 .208 640 22 .072 221 62 28 cents 861 84
Third Riendl r ----------- -------- ------- -- 1,312 .32 1,379 84 .10 431 20 42 rent, 1,811 04
First Aritlhmeltie -- 21,749 .21 4,567 29 .07 1,522 13 28 cents 6,089 72
Grammar School Aritliurmti e.. 7,895 .37 2,921 15 .13 1,1126 35 50 rCnts 3,947 50
1United Slates History. ---1 ........... 10 .111 ..---.. -..-..-------- 10
Revised First Itrieaor lcl_--- ------ 1 -.. 10 .111 ...-------..-------.. ------- 10
ltevlsed ltirst Reudcr (oli) ..----..------------ 1 10 .III --- -------. ..------ 10
lirvlsed Second RIlader ------------------ .1 -115 -.i -. - - ---- 05
((Hd) Gl rnmmillr -. --...-1~_..------------------1 ---- 115 I .015 -- ---- -------._ 05

(q3,079 $152,311 82 $11,922 60 $191,261 42








TABLE No, 20-Conthined.
Textbook sales, for the period from July 1, 1911, to June 30, 1912.

Number of ('ost of to In hool 1boo It o royally
bhloka sold. olonfaectfUe fund. IRoyalty. fnd


Primller ----------
First lReader _...------..-------------
Soeond Reader _...---.---. ---------------
T'hird Renader ...--------------- ------
Fifth Reader --...-----------------
Spller -ook I .---- -------
Speller-Book I1 -.I --------------------
First Book in Aritnetie---------------
Advanced School Arithnl ti_ .--------------
English Lessons--Book I ---... _-------
English Lessons-Book 1II.-------
Introductory History -.....------------
Brief School History_---- .-----.---... ----
Introductory Geogrnphy --... -------
Advanced Geography ......------.. ------
Physiology and Hygiene.-- -----------
C ivics .--.......... --.. . . . .. . .
" ,, ,,_-- ,,, .--- .------------ --------
' ,, -- L ,' l .. ........ . ......... .-

,,,,---- r iv .. - -- --- -- --- --
Writing--Book V --..----.-.. --------.----
Primer of Hygien --. -----------
Englisll Grammanr (old series}--------
Second Reader (old series)i --------------


P i laouit ,if


0
37,974 .172 $f,531 53 .018 $1,822 75 22 cents $8,354 28
3- 33.337 .152 5.067 22 .048 1,600 18 20 cents 6,667 40
38,092 .1875 7,142 25 .0525 1,999 83 24 cents 9.142 08
34,964 31 10,838 84 .0c 2,097 84 37 cents 12,936 68
44,975 33 14,841 75 .09 4,047 75 42 cents 18,889 50o
---- 29,843 .33 9,818 19 .09 2.685 87 42 cents 12,534 06
41,551 .161 i,55 91 .7 1.038 75 19 cents 7,894 69
--- 24,88 .161 4,105 70 .112i 622 07 19 cents 4.727 77
821 6 .21175 7,610 99 .0525 1.933 25 26 cents 9,574 24
61,111 .32 191.555 52 .09 5,499 99 41 cents 2,055 51
15199 .20 3.039 80 .8 1,215 92 28 cents 4,255 72
1 ]813 ) .3 .1.699 46 .12 1.658 28 4B cents 6.356 71
------- 10,972 .30 3,291 60 .15 1,64fi5 80 45 cents 4,937 40
24,375 .53 12,675 00 .15 3,656 25 07 cents 16.331 25 0
- ----- 31,898 .44 11.035 12 .09 2,870 82 53 cents 16,905 94
----- 23,394 .58 13,5r.68 52 .15 3,509 10 73 cents 17,077 62
2,252 .29 653 08 .12 270 24 41 cents 923 32
.-...... 13.722 .375 5,145 71 .125 1,715 26 50 cents 6.861 00
34,427 .05 1.721 35 .01 3.14 27 6 cents 2.065 62
--- 31,772 .05 1,58 60 .01 317 72 6 cents 1,906 32
34,0 3 .05 1,704 15 .01 340 83 6 cents 2,044 98 C
----- 27,510 .05 1,375 50 .01 275 10 8 cents 1,650 60
------ 25,181 .05 1.259 05 .01 251 S1 6 cents 1.510 08
11,340 .17 1.927 80 .06 680 4t0 23 cents 2.608 20
3 15 ...------ -------------- 15
-- 26 -.-.-.--- 1 30--------- 130 3

683,527 $159,113 15 $12.100 08 $201,213 23
.0

































GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY.

TABLE No. 21. Totals for 1911 and 1912 for Kindergarten Schools. Elementary
Schools, Normal Schools. Recapitulation Showing Totals for All
Schools.

TABLE No. 22. Review (1902-1912) of Educational Statistics of California,
Increase and Decrease in Districts, Teachers, Enrollment. Receipts
and Expenditures, etc.









GENERAL STATISTICAL SUSIMMARY.


STATISTICAL SUMMARY.

TABLE No. 21.

Statistical Summaries, 1911-12.

(Kindergarten. Elementary. High, and Normal Schools, and California Polytechnic
School, and University of California.)

(1) Kindergarten Schools.


Number of counties maiutainins_----_ __ ________
Number of teachers employed (women)--_ __------
Grade of certificate held-
Kindergarten primary ----------------------------
Special ---------------____-__-~~_ _------ -

Totals ---------_- ---- -- ---------
Number of pupils enrolled-
Boys -------.-- -- ---------- -----__ --_____..
Girls ------------------------ ------------

Totals ---------- -----------------------
Average daily attendance_ ------ ----- --
Average number days school was maintained-----------
Annual amount paid teachers --------__-------- ---
Number of school visits made by county superintendents_
Number of visits made by school trustees---....__..-- __
Number of books in libraries __.._ __
Number of teachers attending institutes _-----
Receipts from-
Taxes ---- ----- ---------------- 1S,
Balance on hand ------ -------______ $21.:


1911. 1912.
13 13
236 262

233 235
3 27

236 262

--- 3.,787 4.GS
--- 3,980 5,027

----- 7,767 9,713
1,138 4,991
185 186
$73S 70 $052 07
375 385
100 172
2,155 1.038
223 25S


455 01
394 89


Totals ----- ---- --- $201,849 90
Expenditures for-
Teachers' salaries --------- $165,607 83
Contingent expenses, supplies, etc..--------------- 15.S28 02
Buildings --------------- 1,620 26

Totals --- $183.002 11


206.515 42
$22,327 70

8228,843 21

$188.849 50
12,658 41
3,946 39

$205,434 30


Balance on hand -- -.. ----- .$18,787 79 $23,388 91
Valuation of property-
Lots. buildings and furniture ------------ -- $139,538 00 $150,750 00
Books and apparatus ---- --------------- 13,495 00 17,847 00

Totals ------ ------------ $153,033 00 $168,597 00
Cost per pupil per annum enrolled in such schools
(not including cost of buildings) -------------- $23 36 $20 74
Number school houses built of wood ---- 25 20
Number of school houses built of brick....------ -- 3







80 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.


TABLE No. 21-Continued.

Statistical Summaries, 1911-12.

(Kindergarten, Elementary, High, and Normal Schools, and California Polytechnic
School, and University of California.)

(2) Elementary (Primary and Grammar) Schools.

1911. 1912.
Number of districts at beginning of year_____- ______- 3,245 3,323
Number organized ---------- ---- --- --.. 83 76
Number suspended-reistablished ------------------------ 15 1S
Number lapsed during year --------- ------------------ 13 11
Number suspended during year. -- --------------------- 22 31
Combined with other districts-- ---------- 1 S1

Total number at close of year ------------------------- 3,307 3,357

Number of school houses built-
Of stone -----------------------------------------------
Of concrete ---------------------------------------------
Of brick ----------------------------- ------- ----
Of wood -.------ ---------------------------- -----

Totals ---------------------------------------------- 4


Teacbers allowed on attendance ..-
Number and sex of teachers employ
MIen ------------ ---
Womeu ------ -- ---

Totals __-------- -----


..... --,5--- 9 ,5.

--------------------- !
-.----------------- 9,9-
--------------------- 9,9'l


Grades of certificates held by teachers-
High school .. --- ------------------
Grammar school ------_ -----------
Primary ------------- ----------- -----
Special ------------------------------------

Totals ..----------------------------------

Number of teachers attending institutes----
Enrollments of pupils:

First year-
Boys .-------- ---------------------
Girls _---- --------------------------

Second year-
Boys __-_- ---.---- -------------------------
Girls o------ --------------------


Third year-
Boys --- ------------ .
Girls _.---.----------------..

Fourth year-
Boys -----------------------
Girls -------------------

Fifth year-
Boys --_____-- ---------
Girls _o .------------.


3(.




9."' "6' -;





37,7$.. II I
32,1t. I '


22,8 :.
20.,4,


22,S!
20,3 ..' .-


-- 21,5. -
- 19,4: .i .4


20,4: 1 I
18,3:" '", i .


-------------







GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY.


TABLE No. 21-Continued.

(2) Elementary (Primary and Grammar) Schools-Continued.

Sixth year-
Boys -------- --------- ------ 19,037 19,052
Girls ---- 17,326 17,938


Seventh year-
Boys ------------
Girls .--------------------
Eighth year-
Boys --
Girls ------__ -------

Total boys ------------
Total girls -----------
Grand totals ----------------
Number of graduates from-
Boys -------- ---
Girls ------

Totals __-___--__----------------


160990 17,017
16,063 16,391


14,270 15,744
14,003 15,576

175,855 187,755
158,800 169,190
334,655 356,945


8,671 9.351
9,774 11,002


18,445


Attendance, salaries, libraries:
Average daily attendance -------- 2C6,402
Number of districts maintaining school-
Less than 120 days for year.--------.-----.-------. 1
Between 120 and 160 days --------- 394
Between 100 and 200 days------------------------ 2.001
Over 200 days -- 223

Totals ------------ 3,245


Average number of days schools were open for year -----
Average amount of money paid teachers per annum-
Men --------------
Women -----------


20,853


2SO,485

36
436
2,546
280

3,298


172 172

$970 13 $1,010 1S
711 17 726 94


Number of visits made by-
County superintendent ---
School trustees ------


18,247
16.s85


Number of hooks'in school libraries ------ 2,195,057
Number of hooks in teachers' library (County superintend-
eut's otlice) 5----------- ---------- ------ 55,440


18,201
19,907

2,331,131

59,66S







82 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

TABLE No. 21-Continued.
(2) Elementary (Primary and Grammar) Schools-Continued.
1911. 1912.

Financial:
Receipts from-
Balance on hand .....-------.-----------------.-. $3,531,808 04 $3,494,494 00
State apportionment --------------------------. 5,290,944 86 5,477,262 27
County apportionment ---------------.. 4,300,438 04. 5,132,781 10
City and district taxes --. --------------- 2.517,035 66 2,419,288 26
Sale of bonds ------_-------------------- 1,870,088 97 4,754,998 86
Miscellaneous sources --------------------- 564,822 95 412,252 20

Totals .........-------------------------.. $18,075,138 52 $21.691,676 69

Expenditures for-
Teachers' salaries -------------.---------------- $8,663,088 89 $9,472,440 96
Contingent expenses -----.... ----...- ....----- 2,837,893 23 2,679,136 56
Buildings and furniture ---------.------------ 2,922,651 14 4,628,309 36
Books and apparatus ...------.. --.----...------- 131,836 21 130,523 67

Totals ---------------------.-------------------. $14,555,469 52 $16,910,439 55
Balance on hand at close of year ...------------.-- $3,519,669 00 $4,781,246 14
Valuation of property
Lots, buildings and furniture-. ---- ----------- $36.238,602 00 $37,454.075 00
Libraries -....................-------------------- 959,311 00 948,435 00
Apparatus ---............----------------------- 449,642 00 476,970 00

Totals ..-.......................-------------------- .. "--- -
Average rate of tax for elementary schools in
counties -.. -----------------------------------------
Cost per pupil per annum for elementary schools
(not including buildings)-- -.. -------------------.. i I
(3) High Schools.
Number of counties maintaiining.--.. ----------

Number of districts
County ------------------
City ----------------------------- *
District -----------------------------------
Union ------------------------------------------------- II 1
Joint union ............................................. hl I
Joint union ----- ----- --- ------------------------------- I

Totals -- ------------

Number and sex of teachers employed-
Men .--------------------------------------------" "
Women .------....---------..- --------------. i

Totals -- ---------------
Enrollment-
Number of students-
First year-
Boys -..........------.----------------- -----.. 1''
Girls .----------.. ------------------- ----......----1
Second year-
Boys ---------------------------------- .
Girls .......------------------------------.. I
Third year-
Boys ---..-...----.-- "-----------------------
Girls ----------- ------------------------
Fourth year-
Boys --------------...... --------------------
Girls ------------.......------------------------

Totals-
Boys .---.....----- ---------------------........- :-1
Girls .----------- -------------------------- '
Grand totals ...... i ---- -------------- ------ i.
Graduates-
Number of graduates during year-
Boys ..--- -------------------------------------------
Girls ..--------------... ----------------------.--

Totals --..-----------------------------.-------..








GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 83

TABLE No. 21-Continued.
(3) High Schools-Continued.

1911. 1912.

Attendance, etc.
Average daily attendance ------------ 35,117 38,181
Average length of term (days) ----------. 186 184
Number of teachers attending institute ..-------.. 1,S29 2,196
Number of volumes in library ----------- 221,961 249,563

Annual salary paid teachers-
Men .-....--------------------------- $1,505 37 $1,527 92
Women ...-. ----------------------- 1,054 06 1,048 66

Financial-
Receipts from-
Balance on hand.. --------------- $1,867,491 53 $2,099,556 22
State aid -----------------..------------------ 391,172 30 633,595 03
District taxes for support of schools ------.. .i -" 54 3,992,966 61
Tax for buildings and sale of bonds-..-------- I i 10 2,916,588 09
Donations, etc.......................------------------ .. 26 94,186 36

Totals.......-..-...-....------------------------. $7,282,866 73 $9,736.892 31

Expenditures for-
Teachers' salaries ...... ...----- ----------- -- $2,552,965 00 $3,026,023 83
Contingent expenses __-------- 924.191 63 1,151.861 32
Buildings, etc.. .....----------- ------------------ 2,034,152 78 2,584,896 47
Books and apparatus --- ------------------ 121,086 78 99,954 14

Totals .....-.........--- .--------------------.. $5,632,396 19 $6,862,735 76
Balance on hand ---------... ---------------------- $1,650,470 54 $2,874.156 55
Valuation of all property-
Sites, buildings and furniture..............---------- $10,923,163 00 $13,420,369 00
Laboratories -- --------------------------- 389,534 00 450,036 00
Libraries ----------------------- 275,275 00 340,757 00
Totals ..---------.---- -----... ---.---.------. $11,587,972 00 814,211.162 00

Average tax rate for support of district ----.......... $.2954 $339
Cost per pupil, per annum, enrolled in high schools
(not including cost of buildings)............--------- $80 88 $90 21
School buildings-
Number of high school buildings built of-
Stone --------------------- ---.... -- ----...-- ..... 6 7
Concrete .------------ ------------------------ 23 31
Brick - ------------------------------- 65 77
Wood -.-- -- -------------------.... ---.... 98 105
Totals ----------------- -192 220

General statistics-
Cost of teachers' institutes-
For instructors ..-------------- ----------------- $13,396 01 $13,408 11
For expenses, rent, etc. ---------------------- 3,723 32 4,986 23

Totals ----....-------------------- -- $17,119 33 $18,394 34

Number of certificates issued during year-
On examination-
To men .----------------------------------------..... 8 65
To women ---------.. ----------------------- 421 387
Totals --.- -----------.. ----------------- 506 452
On credentials-
To men .. ___------------- ---------------------- 558 502
To women -----------------------...............................------------------- 2,349 3,021
Totalsn ------......------------------- -------.._ 2,907 3,523








84 REPORT -i :rFLi ii T F1 : r *T .r iT i it r i..: i..

TELE Nro 1- -.' .





Number of State F .. .. I.
Number of teacher -i ,i 'i
Men --------------------------------
Women -.. ...... ...... .... ....... .!

Totals ..... .. .. ........... I. .

Number of student -
Normal departm.Lr -
Boys ---------... ... .... I'......
G irls ............. .. ............. .

Totals ..- ...... . .. I

Training departl_.:- -
Boys ------......... ................ .. .
Girls .........--- -- .......... .... . ....

Totals --. .. ... .

Number of gradua-.:
Mlcn .- _-.. ............................................ . .
Women -....... .

T otals ...........................

Number of gradut, I,, Ij :r ,.. .. 1 .
since establishir. *r
M en ......... ............................. .... ..
W om en .-- --. ..... .. .. . .. . ... .... I

Total ...... ... . .. .. .. .. ..... .....

Financial-
Receipts from-
B balance on ha I ...................... .......... .
State appropr, r,. r, .. . ...
Tuition, etc. ..................... ............... .

Totals _--.- ........ T. " .

Expenditures fo--
Teachers' salai .............. ...................... I
Contingent ex .. .. .. .. . .........
Sites, building .. .............. .................I
Books and app. . ....................... .

Totals .... ....... ..... ........ ............ . .
Balance on hand . .. ... .... . ...... . .

Valuation of prop-,, ,-
Grounds ...---.................... ............ .......... .
Buildings ... . .. .... . . .. . "
Furniture --.... .............. ... ... . ... ... i..
Libraries ... . ...... ... .. .. .. . ..
Apparatus ...... .. '

T otals - . ... .. .... .. ..... : .. "...', .. '"

Number of acres ir. N. .- I ...r ,, ..... ..... .
Number of books ': ,I hi ...- :-
A t beginning of . .......................... .
Bought during .- . .... .... ............ "i
Lost or destroy... . .. .. . ....... . .

Totals at cl .............. '. .








GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 85

TABLE No. 21-Continued.
(5) Recapitulation.

1911. 1912

Number of school districts-
Elementary _.-- -- -------------------- 3,307 3,357
High school (high schools) ---------------- 221 229
Number of teachers employed in all public schools-
Kindergarten ------------- 236 262
Elementary ------- ------------------ 9,924 10,674
High schools -.. ------------------ 1,996 2,312
Normal schools ...-------------------------------..---- 145 175
California Polytechnic ----------------------- 14 15
University of California. .....---------- ------------ 352 382

Totals -------_ ----------------------- 12,667 13,820

Number of students enrolled in all public schools:
Kindergarten ..---..------.....-------- -- 7,767 9,713
Elementary schools ----------------------_--------- 331,655 356,945
High schools _------ --------------------- 44,489 47,420
Normal schools (normal department) -------- 2,545 3,164
California Polytechnic ..---- ---------------.. 176 192
University of California.............. .--------------- 5,120 6,390

Totals ...------------- ----------------------- 394,752 423,824

Number of graduates-
Elementary schools-
Men .........---- .------------------------- ----- 8,671 9,851
Women ---------------- --------------------- 9,774 11,002

Totals .....----------- ----------------------- 18,445 29,853
High schools-
Men ---.......-----. .------------------- -----... 1,864 2,154
Women ......------------------------------------2,898 3,203

Totals --------------------4,756 5.357
Normal schools-
Men ----------------- ------33 45
Women ...---------... ...-------------- ---- 864 1,098
Totals -------------------- 897 1,133
Polytechnic school-
Men ....................---------------------------- 14 17
Women ----------------------------------------------- 2 8
Totals -------------------.------- -- 16 25
University of California-
Men ..-' -----....-----..---- ---- 320 338
Women ------------------------------ --- ------ 195 183

Totals --------------- 515 521
Financial-
Receipts for-
Kindergartens ------------------- $201,849 90 $223,843 21
Elementary schools ------------------ 21,691,676 69
Iligh schools ....----------------------------------- -.'. 9 31
Normal schools .....------------ -----------------.. i .. 83
California Polytechnic -------------------------- 93,731 56 119,960 83
University of California.-------.. ---------- 1,672,716 67 2,277,402 17
Totals ...-.........----------...---- -........ $27,523,351 38 $34,543,193 04
Expenditures for-
Kindergartens .------------.---------------- ----- $183,062 11 $205,454 30
Elementary schools ----------- ----- 1' I 52 16,910.430 55
High schools --------------------------- - 19 6,862,735 76
Normal schools .--------------------------------- 279,456 22 447,458 09
California Polytechnic -------------------------. 92,644 49 : 108,186 94
University of California------------ 1,61,127 29 1,910,023 60
T i .1: ....... ........ ................... $22,604,155 82 $26,444,28924








86 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,

TABLE No. 21-Continued.
(5)-Recapitulation-Continued.

1911.

Balance on hand in-
Kindergarten funds ...-.. ......--------------. $18,787 79
Elementary schools -------- -------------- 3,519,669 00 i ;..
High schools - -----------. --- 1,650,470 51 .
Normal schools 11,325 01 :
California Polytechnic ....------------------- 1,0&1 95 II
Totals.................------...........--------- $5,201,337 29
Valuation of all school property-
Kindergartens -_ ---------------------- $153.033 00 "
Elementary schools ..-----..--..~---------- 37,617,555 00 I
High schools ----- ------------------- 11,587,972 00 .i
Normal schools ...-------------------------...- 1,768,775 00 ...
California Polytechnic -................---------- 251,000 00
University of California ---------. -------------- 8,738,121 00 ,

Total valuation-------. ----------- $-60,149,456 00
Number of books in public school libraries-
Kindergartens .-.....-----------------...... 2,155 i
Elementary schools ......---------------- 2,195.057 I I
County teachers' ----- ----- 55,449
High schools --------------.--------------------- 221,961 .
California Polytechnic ........ -------- *
Normal schools ..-----....... ----....-------------. 69,928
University of California.--------------------------- *

Totals.---- ------------. 2.544,550 .

*Not given.







GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY.


TABLE No. 22.

REVIEW (1902 to 1912) of EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF CALIFORNIA.

Showing increase or decrease in teachers, enrollment, attendance, graduates, receipts
and expenditures and valuation of school property for ten years.

(1) Elementary Schools.

(Includes kindergartens which were not kept separate from elementary schools in 1902.)


1902.


Number of school dis-
tricts ------------------- 3,288
,umber of teachers-
Men ....... ...----------.. 9
Women .------- ----- 6,486

Totals .......------- 7,466

Number and grade of
certificates held-
High school _------- 461
Grammar school -... 6,149
Primary -------------- 594
Special ----- 259

Enrollment-
Boys .......---------- 135,585
Girls .---------- 128,453

Totals ....-- -------. 264,038


1912 Increase. Gaecrease
Gain. Loss.


3,357 69 ---- 2+- --

1,011 31 ..- .. 3.1 -
9,925 3,439 ---- 53 ---

10,936 3,470 ..--- 46.3 --


410 ---- 54 ----. 11.7
9,746 3,597 -..... 58+ -..-
110 .------- 484 .....--- 81
670 411 ..----. 158

192,441 56,856 ---... 42 .-
174,217 45,764 --. 35.6 ---

366,658 102,620 ...... 38.4 ---


Graduates
Boys ------------
Boys ....................
Girls

Totals--------.................

Average daily attend-
ance --------
Average number of days
school was maintained
Number of visits made
by County Superin-
tendent --
School trustees ---- -...
Number of boos in li-
brary --------

Financial-
Receipts ------------
Expenditures .-.--.--
Valuation of school
property ...............-------


2,916 9,851
4,087 11,002

7,003 20,853


197,217

165.8


285,476

172


6,935 .---. 237.8 .--
6,915 ----.. 169.1 --.-

13,850 --- 197 --

88,259 ..- 45 --
5.2 .--. 3.1-


9,546 18,586 9,040 ..... 95
22,024 20,079 ...------- 1,945 ---...- 88

1,314,613 2,532,169 1,017,556 -..-- 77 -

$8,125,490 63 $21,920,519 90 $13,795,029 27 --..- 169 .
6,606,061 42 17,115,884 85 10,509,823 43 ---.. 159 .-

18,061,019 00 39,048,077 00 20,987,058 00 ...--- 116







88 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC II.': T, i


TABLE No. 22-Continued.

REVIEW (1902 to 1912) OF EDUCATIONAL STATISTIC :r I:.r l.l -
Continued.

Showing increase or decrease in teachers, enrollment, attendar.- r-j. ::- .
expenditures and valuation of school property f:r .r..

(2) High Schools.


1902. 112 Ine


Number of districts
County ------- 9 20 I ..
City ................._ 29 44 !
District ---------- 34 41
Union ------------------ 57 111 ':
Joint union ----------- 10 13

Totals......---------.. 139 229

Number of teachers-
Men --..-- ------ -- 295 910 .
1 omen ---...----------- 311 1,402 I .

Totals......----- 606 2,312 1. ......... ..

Enrollment-
Boys ------ ------- 5,830 21,922 I'
Girls ...------. --------- 8,462 25,498 '

Totals..------.. ---.. . 14,292 47,420 ..

Number of graduates-
Boys ........------------ 757 2.154 ..... ..
Girls ------- --- 1,150 3,203 *. .

Totals.----... ----- 1,907 5,357 ' .... 'I

Average daily attend-
ance ------------- ------- 12,148 39191 .i...... .
Financial-
Receipts -------------- $1,401,791 00 $9,736, ::': I' .......
Expenditures .-----_--. 1,007,616 00 6,862,7 ..... I
Valuation of property. 3,044,122 00 14,211,1'. I I. I ..
Cost per pupil enrolled,
not including cost of
buildings ------ $59.28 ....... . ......
Number of books in li-
braries .....--------..... 65,002 21 "i ..... ."







GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY. J

TABLE No. 22-Continued.

REVIEW (1902 to 1912) OF EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF CALIFORNIA-
Continued.

Slowing Increase or decrease In teachers, enrollment, attendance, graduates, receipts and
expenditures and valuation of school property for ten years.

(3) Normal Schools.


1902.


Number of ....------.... 5

Teachers employed-
Men -....-...-..- ... 37
Women ---- 70

Totals ----- 107
Enrollment in normal
department-
Boys -------------------- 179
CGirls -- -...--.---- 1,604 |

Totals --------------- 1,783


Per cent
1912. Increase. Decrease.
Gain. j Loss

7 2 ---- 40. ..-


49
126

175


12 -.... 32.4 ..
56 ...... 80

68 ...--- 63.5 --


136 --.- ------ 24
3,026 1,422 .. 8 --

3,162 1,379 77.4


Enrollment in training
department-
Boys ---..............--
Girls --------

Totals .....-------

Graduates-
Men
Women --------------

Totals --...--.. ....

Financial-
Receipts ----
Expenditures ..........
Valuation of property-.
Total number of books
in libraries ..........------------
Number of acres I n
grounds .............-


686 1,305
720 1,578

1,406 2,883


619 --.... 90.2 .
858 ....... 119.1 --

1,477 ...--. 105+ .


4--- ... 9.7 1 --.
733 -.--- 200.8 -....

737 -K---- 181.5 ---


$215,226 00 $188,417 00, $273,191 00 .-- 126.9 --
209,140 00 447,458 00 238,318 00 ---..... 114-
756,102 00 2,056,244 00 1,300,142 00 -..... 172- _.

33,616 73,592 39,976 ....... 119-

13.75 60.02 16.27 -..___. 37- I ...








90 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC i' i.. i:.'

TABLE No. 22-Continued.

REVIEW (1902 to 1912) OF EDUCATIONAL STATIST.: C,- ." L 'i.-. --
Continued.

Showing increase or decrease in teachers, enrollment, attenao- .i. -.i :.r -
expenditures and valuation of school property r. ,.

(4) General Review.


Number of teachers em-
ployed-
Elementary schools -_
High schools ..........
Normnl schools.---.---.

Number of students en-
rolled-
Elementary schools _.-
High schools ....-- .
Normal schools ........

Average daily attend-
ance-
Elementary schools ..
High schools ----......
(Normals not given.)

Graduates of-
Elemeutary schools-....
High schools -......--
Normal schools --.....

Financial-
Receipts-
Elementary schools --..
High Schools ....----
Normal schools ..-----
Expcnditurcs-
Elemcntary schools .--.
High schools --------..---
Normal schools .-.-.....-
Valuation of property-
Elementary schools --
High schools -.-------
Normal schools -----


1902. 1912.




7,466 10,936
606 2.312
107 175


264,038 366,654
14,292 47.420
1,783 3,162


I .



, .
I ,. .


197,217 285,476
12,148 38.181 .


7,003 20,853
1,907 5,357
406 1,143


$8,125,4900 0 t: 1 -i 00
1,401,791 00 ; 00
215,226 00 .i; 00

$6.606,001 00 $17,115,884 00
1,007,646 00 6,862.735 00
209,140 00 417,458 00

00 t f ...1!i.;: 00
.'00 14 ,,11 00
756,102 00 2,056,244 00


... ....... I
$13. . ,
8,I

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