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 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Title Page
 Letter of transmittal
 Foreword
 Table of Contents
 Registration of minors, October...
 Acceleration--Retardation of pupils,...
 Biennial statistics of kindergartens,...
 Biennial statistics of elementary...
 Biennial statistics of junior high...
 Biennial statistics of high schools,...
 Biennial statistics of district...
 Biennial statistics of state teachers...
 Biennial statistics of state special...
 Biennial statistics of University...
 Biennial statistics of state textbooks,...
 Miscellaneous biennial statistics,...
 Statistical summaries
 Recapitulation
 Back Matter
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Title: Report
Physical Description: v. : ill., plates, maps, plans, tables (part fold.) diagrs., forms. ; 22-25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: California -- Dept. of Education
California -- Dept. of Public Instruction
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Sacramento
Creation Date: 1928
Publication Date: 1851-
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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.
Numbering Peculiarities: Report year irregular.
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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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page i
        Page ii
    Letter of transmittal
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Foreword
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    Table of Contents
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    Registration of minors, October 1930
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    Biennial statistics of junior high schools, 1928-29 and 1929-30
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    Biennial statistics of high schools, 1928-29 and 1929-30
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    Biennial statistics of district junior colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30
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    Biennial statistics of University of California, 1928-29 and 1929-30
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Full Text



STATE OF CALIFORNIA


BIENNIAL REPORT


OF THE



State Department of Education


For the School Years Ending June 30, 1929, and June 30, 1930


PART TWO


Prepared by the
RESEARCII AND


DIVISION OF


STATISTICS























































































































CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE
HARRY HAMMOND, STATE PRINTER
SACRAMENTO, 1932









LETTERS OF TRANSMITTAL


Sacramento, November 2, 1931
HON. VIERLING JERSEY,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
SIR :
SPart Two of the Biennial Report of the State Department of
Education, for the period ending June 30, 1930, is herewith submitted.
This is a report of the statistical data relative to the public schools for
the several counties of the state for the school years 1928-1929 and
1929-1930.
C. Frederick Muney, Assistant Chief of the Division of Research
and Statistics, has had the full responsibility for the preparation of this
part of the Biennial Report.
Respectfully submitted,
WALTER E. MORGAN
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Instruction, and Chief, Division
of Research and Statistics



Sacramento, November 2, 1931
HON. JAMES ROLI', JR.,
Governor of California.
SIR:
There is transmitted herewith Part Two of the Biennial Report
of the State Department of Education for the period ending June 30,
1930. It consists of tabulations of statistical data pertaining to the
public school system of California which were prepared by the Division
of Research and Statistics. Part Two supplements and completes the
report transmitted to your office on September 15, 1930.
Respectfully yours,





Superin tended of Public Instruction,
and Director of Education




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FOREWORD


The tabulations of basic statistical data which comprise Part Two
of this Biennial Report of the State Department of Education were
prepared from the annual reports of the fifty-eight county superin-
tendents of schools for the years 1928-1929 and 1929-1930. There arc
herein presented 428 tables classified .under the following twelve
sections:
Section I. Registration of Minors, October, 1930
Section II. Acceleration-Rletardation of Pupils, March, 1930
Section III. Biennial Statistics of Kindergartens
Section IV. Biennial Statistics of Elementary Schools
Section V. Biennial Statistics of Junior Iigh Schools
Section VI. Biennial Statistics of High Schools
Section VII. Biennial Statistics of District Junior Colleges
Section VIII. Biennial Statistics of State Teachers' Colleges
Section IX. Biennial Statistics of State Special Schools
Section X. Biennial Statistics of the University of California
Section XI. Biennial Statistics of State Textbooks
Section XII. Miscellaneous Biennial Statistics
These tables constitute a complete summary of all data reported
for each county in the state.
Extreme care has been exercised in the auditing of the reports of
county superintendents of schools and in the computation and tabula-
tion of the data reported herein in order to insure accuracy. It is
trusted that such errors as may have crept into the report will be
of a minor character.
We desire to express with gratitude our appreciation of the cour-
teous and continuous cooperation received from all county superin-
tendents of schools in the auditing of reports and in the securing of
supplementary and additional information. Special acknowledgment
should le made of the services rendered by Mrs. Ida M. Crump in the
direct supervision of the clerical work involved in the preparation of
this report.
C. FREDERICK MUINCY
Assistant Chief. Division of
Research and Statistics


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LETTERS OF TRANSMITTAL------- -------------------------------- iii
FOREWORD ------------------- ---------------------- v

LIST OF TABLES



SECTION I
REGISTRATION OF MINORS, OCTOBER, 1930
Table No. 1. Number of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by Sex
and Counties ------ -------------------------
Table No. 2. Distribution of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by
Age and Counties----------- ----------------------- 4
Table No. 3. Distribution of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by
Race and Counties_ ---------- ----------- 6
Table No. 4. Percentage Distribution of Minors Registered During October,
1930, by Race and Counties---------------------------- 7
Table No. 5. Number of Japanese and Mexican Minors registered and Per-
centage Which These Minors Are of Total Number of Minors
Registered During October, 1930 ---------_---------_- 8
Table No. 6. Distribution of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by
Age and Race ------------------------------------ 9
Table No. 7. Distribution of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by
Age and Last School Grade in Which Enrolled -----____ 10
Table No. 8. Number of Minors Attending Schools, as Registered During
October, 1930, by Type of Class and School Attended ----- 11
Table No. 9. Distribution of Minors Out of School, as Registered During
October, 1930, by Reason for Non-attendance and Age---- 12
Table No. 10. Distribution of Minors Out of School, as Registered during
October, 1930, by Reason for Non-attendance and by Last
School Grade in Which Enrolled_------_ -- -----------_ 13
Table No. 11. Distribution of Employed Minors, as Registered During October,
1930, by Time Employed and Age ___----- ---------------_ 14
Table No. 12. Distribution of Employed Minors, as Registered During October,
1930, by Time Employed and Last School Grade in Which
Enrolled -------------------------- 14
Table No. 13. Number of. Native-born and Number of Foreign-born Minors,
as Registered During October, 1930, by Counties--__---____ 15
Table No. 14. Number of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by Nativity
of Parents ___ _____------------------- __ __ 16
Table No. 15. Number of Minors Registered During October, 1930, Whose
Parents Are Citizens___ __________ 16

SECTION II

ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS, MARCH 1, 1930
Table No. 16. Distribution of Elementary School Pupils, by Age, Grade and
Sex, as of March 1, 1930 (Insert)_ ______----- 18
Table No. 17. Distribution of Junior High School Pupils, by Age, Grade and
Sex, as of March 1, 1930 (Insert) _____--------- 18
Table No. 18. Distribution of High School Pupils, by Age, Grade and Sex,
as of March 1, 1930 (Insert) __-------------- 18
Table No. 19. Total Enrollment in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary
and Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1,
1930 __ -_______ __-------------------- - 20
Table No. 20. Total Enrollment in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior High
and High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930__ 21
Table No. 21. Range in Age of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Ele-
mentary and Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of
March 1, 1930 -- _____ __ __ __------------__-- 22
Table No. 22. Range in Age of Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior
High and High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1,
1930 ___-- ___________-----------------_------------ 23
Table No. 23. Lower and Upper Quartile Points and Interquartile Range in
Age of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and
Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930_ 24
Table No. 24. Lower and Upper Quartile Points and Interquartile Range in
Age of Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior High
and High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930 --- 25
Table No. 25. Average Age of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary
and Junior High Schools, as of March 1, 1930 .-------------- 26









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Average Age of Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior
High and High Schools, as of March 1, 1930 ---- --------27
Average Increment of Age of Pupils Between Grades, in Grades
1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and Junior High Schools, as
of March 1, 1930------- -------------------------- 28
A .. ....- Increment of Age of Pupils Between Grades, in Grades
S 12, Inclusive, in Junior High and High Schools, as of
March 1, 1930 ----- ---- ---------- 29
Normal Limits of Age for Grade, as Based on National Norms
and as Based on Mid-points Between Average Ages of Pupils
in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in California Elementary and
Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of 1\March 1, 1930-_ 30
Normal Limits of Age for Grade, as Based on National Norms,
and as Based on Alid-points Between Average Ages of Pupils
in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in California Junior High and
High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930 ------- 31
Number and Percentage of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive,
Completing the Work of More Than One-half Grade During
Either Half of the School Year, by Grade and Sex, as of
March 1, 1930 ------- ---------- 32
Number and Percentage of Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive,
Completing the Work of More Than One-half Grade During
Either Half of the School Year, by Grade and Sex, as of
March 1, 1930_ -- --------------------------33
Number and Percentage of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive,
Repeating the Work of Each Half Grade, by Grade and Sex,
as of March 1, 1930---------- -------------- 34
Number and Percentage of Pupils in HIigh School Grades
Repeating the Work of Each Half Grade, by Grade and Sex,
as of March 1, 1930_ --- ----------__ 35

SECTION III
STATISTICS OF KINDERGARTENS, 1928-29 AND 1929-30
Number and Percentage of Elementary School Districts Main-
taining Kindergartens, Number of Kindergartens Maintained,
and Percentage Which Number of Kindergartens Is of Num-
her of Elementary Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 39
Average number of Days Taught and Average Daily Attendance
in Kindergartens, Percentage of Increase in Kindergarten
A. D. A. Over Previous Year and Percentage vWhich Kinder-
garten A. D. A. Is of A. D. A. in Grades 1-8, Inclusive, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 .----------- ---------- 40
State Enrollment in Kindergartens and Percentage Which Kin-
dergarten Average Daily Attendance Is of Kindergarten
State Enrollment, 192S-29 and 1929-30 ------- 41
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Kindergarten
Supervisors, Teachers and Assistants, and Total Number of
Kindergarten Certificated Employees, by Counties, 1928-29__ 42
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Kindergarten
Supervisors, Teachers and Assistants, and Total Number of
Kindergarten Certificated Employees, by Counties, 1929-30__ 43
Minimum and Maximum Rates of Salary of Full-time Kinder-
garten Teachers, by Counties. 1928-29 and 1929-30--...... 44
Number and Percentage of Kindergarten Teachers Holding Each
Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1928-29 ------- 45
Number and Percentage of Kindergarten Teachers Holding Each
Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1929-30-------- 4G
Professional Training of Kindergarten Teachers, by Counties,
1928-29 -------------------------------- ------ 47
Professional Training of Kindergarten Teachers, by Counties,
1929-30 ------------------------ ------ ---- 48
Valuation of Kindergarten Property, by Counties, 1928-29 __ 49
Valuation of Kindergarten Property, by Counties, 1929-30 --- 50
Number of Elementary School Districts Levying Kindergarten
Tax plates, and Average Rate of Kindergarten Tax Levied,
by Counties, 1928-29 --------------------- -----_ 51
Number of Elementary School Districts Levying Kindergarten
Tax Rates, and Average Rate of Kindergarten Tax Levied,
by Counties, 1929-30----- ----------------------- 52
Distribution of Kindergarten Receipts, by Sources and Counties,
1928-29 ------------------------------ 53
Distribution of Kindergarten Receipts, by Sources and Counties,
1929-30 ------------------------------ 54
Distribution of Kindergarten Expenditures, by Objects and
Counties, 1928-29 (Insert)------- -- ------ 54
Distribution of Kindergarten Expenditures, by Objects and
Counties, 1929-30 (Insert) --------- -------------- 54
Percentage Distribution of Kindergarten Expenditures, by
Objects and Counties, 1928-29_ --- _----------------- _56
Percentage Distribution of Kindergarten Expenditures, by
Objects and Counties, 1929-30--------------- ------- 58
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Table No. 55. Kindergarten Expenditures per Pupil in Average Daily Attend-
ance, by Objects and Counties, 1928-29-------------------- 60
Table No. 56. Kindergarten Expenditures per Pupil in Average Daily Attend-
ance, by Objects and Counties, 1929-30----------------- 61
Table No. 57. Percentage which Kindergarten Ualances Are of Total Receipts,
by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ------------------------ -62

SECTION IV
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, 1928-29 AND 1929-30
Table No. 58. Number of Elementary School Districts of Each Type, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 ------ ----.-------------------------- 65
Table No. 59. Number of Elementary School Districts of Each Type, by Coun-
ties, 1929-30 ---------------------------------------- 66
Table No. 60. Number of Union Elementary School Districts, Number of
Districts Comprised in Union Districts, and Percentage of
Total Active Districts Comprised in Union Districts, by
Counties, 1928-29 ---------------------- 67
Table No. 61. Number of Union Elementary School Districts, Number of
Districts Comprised in Union Districts, and Percentage of
Total Active Districts Comprised in Union Districts, by
Counties, 1929-30 ----------------------- -- 68
Table No. 62. Total Number of Elementary School Districts Actually Main-
taining Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ---------- 69
Table No. 63. Number and Percentage of Elementary School Districts Employ-
ing One Teacher Only, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30--- 70
Table No. 64. Distribution of Elementary Schools by Number of Teachers
Employed and by Counties, 1928-29 _-------------- 71
Table No. 65. Percentage Distribution of Elementary Schools by Number of
Teachers Employed and by Counties, 1928-29 --------- 72
Table No. 66. Distribution of Elementary Schools by Number of Teachers
Employed and by Counties, 1929-30 ------------ ------ 73
Table No. 67. Percentage Distribution of Elementary Schools by Number of
Teachers Employed and by Counties, 1929-30----------- 74
Table No. 68. Statistics of Separate Elementary Schools Maintained for Indian
and Oriental Children, by Counties, 1928-29 ------__---- 75
Table No. 69. Statistics of Separate Elementary Schools Maintained for Indian
and Oriental Children, by Counties, 1929-30---- ------- 76
Table No. 70. Average Number of Days Taught in Elementary Schools, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ---- --------------- 77
Table No. 71. Average Daily Attendance in Elementary Grades, by Counties,
1928-29 ____-------------------- 78
Table No. 72. Average Daily Attendance in Elementary Grades, by Counties,
1929-30 ---- --- ------------- 80
Table No. 73. Percentage of Increase or Decrease in Average Daily Attend-
ance in Elementary Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 82
Table No. 74. State Enrollment in Elementary Grades of Elementary and
Junior High Schools, by Grades and Counties, 1928-29 _____ 84
Table No. 75. State Enrollment in Elementary Grades of Elementary and
Junior High Schools, by Grades and Counties, 1929-30 ---- 92
Table No. 76. Percentage of Seventh and Eighth Grade State Enrollment
which Is in Junior High Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 _____-__--------------------- -__ 100
Table No. 77. Percentage of Increase or Decrease in State Enrollment in
Elementary Grades, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30---- 102
Table No. 78. Percentage Which Average Daily Attendance Is of State
Enrollment in Grades 1-8, Inclusive, in Elementary Schools,
and in Grades 7 and 8 in Junior High Schools, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30 ---------------------- 103
Table No. 79. Average Daily Attendance in Regular Classes of Elementary
Schools per School, per Classroom, and per Teacher, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-0 _________----- -_ 104
Table No. 80. State Enrollment in Regular Classes in Elementary Schools,
per School, per Classroom, and per Teacher, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30 ---- __----------- -----_ 105
Table No. 81. Number of Pupils Graduating from the Eighth Grade in Ele-
mentary Schools and Junior High Schools, by Counties,
1928-29 ------ -_ 106
Table No. 82. Number of Pupils Graduating from the Eighth Grade in Ele-
mentary Schools and Junior High Schools, by Counties,
1929-30 -- -------------------------- 103
Table No. 83. Percentage which Number of Eighth Grade Graduates Is of
Eighth Grade State Enrollment, by Counties, 1928-29 --_ 110
Table No. 84. Percentage which Number of Eighth Grade Graduates Is of
Eighth Grade State Enrollment, by Counties, 1929-30 _---_ 112
Table No. 85. Percentage which Number of Eighth Grade Graduates Is of
Total State Enrollment in Grades 1-8, Inclusive, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30 ---_____- ----____---- 111
Table No. 86. Percentage of Increase or Decrease in Number of Eighth Grade
Graduates, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 _----__--_ 115
Table No. 87. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Elementary
School District Superintendents, by Counties, 1928-29 !___-_ 11
Table No. 88. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Supervisors Employed by Elementary School Districts, by
Counties, 1928-29 ---- ----------------------- 117
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Number of Partial-time Supervisors and Total Numlber of
Supervisors Employed by Elementary School Districts, by
Counties, 1928-29 ----____.--... ..___--- ____--. 118
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Elementary
School Supervising Principals, by Counties, 1928-29 ---___ 119
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Elementary
School Teaching Principals, by Counties, 1928-29- .-------- 120
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular Elementary School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-2!_ 121
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Elementary School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29-_ 122
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-
time Regular and Special Elementary School Teachers, by
Counties, 1928-29___-------- ---------------- 121
Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Elementary School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29---------- 124
Number of Partial-time Elementary School Teachers, by Types
of Classes and Counties, 1928-29 --- 125
Total Number of Certificated Employees in Elementary School
Districts, by Counties, 1928-29 -------- _______ 126
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Elementary
School District Superintendents, by Counties, 1929-30-..--- 127
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Supervisors Employed by Elementary School Districts, by
Counties, 12:9-30____________------------------- 128
Number of Partial-time Supervisors and Total Number of
Supervisors Employed by Elementary School Districts, by
Counties, 1929-30_--------------------------- 129
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Elementary
School Supervising Principals, by Counties, 1929-3)0------ 130
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Elementary
School Teaching Principals, by Counties, 1929-30__ ------- 131
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular Elementary School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30__ 132
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Elementary School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30___ 133
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular and Special Elementary School Teachers, by
Counties, 1929-30-__---------------- ---- -------- 134
Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Elementary School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30 ------- 135
Number of Partial-time Elementary School Teachers, by Types
of Classes and Counties, 1929-30---------- 136
Total Number of Certificated Employees in Elementary School
Districts, by Counties, 1929-30__ --------- 137
Number and Percentage of Elementary School Teachers Hold-
ing Each Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 192S-29 138
Number and Percentage of Elementary School Teachers Hold-
ing Each Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1929-30_ 140
Professional Training of Elementary School Teachers, by
Counties, 1928-29--_____ ___- ------ -- 142
Professional Training of Elementary School Teachers, by
Counties, 1929-30____ _____----------- 144
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
General Rural Supervisors Employed by County Superin-
tendents, by Counties, 1928-29 --- -- ----- 146
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Rural Supervisors of Special Subjects or Activities, by
Counties, 1928-29_--_----------- ------------------- 147
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Rural Supervisors of Attendance Employed by County
Superintendents, by Counties, 1928-29_----------------- 148
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-
time Rural Supervisors Employed by County Superintendents,
by Counties, 1928-29__-----------------------------------14
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Partial-time
Rural Supervisors Employed by County Superintendents, by
Counties, 1928-29 -----------------_--------- 150
Total Number of Rural Supervisors Employed by County
Superintendents, by Counties, 1928-29_ -____________ 151
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
General Rural Supervisors Employed by County Superin-
tendents, by Counties, 1929-30 --- -------- 152
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Rural Supervisors of Special Subjects or Activities, by
Counties, 1929-30 -------------------------------- 153
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Rural Supervisors of Attendance Employed by County Super-
intendents, by Counties, 1929-30 ------------------------ 154
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-
time Rural Supervisors Employed by County Superintendents,
by Counties, 1929-30 ------------ 153
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Partial-time
Rural Supervisors Employed by County Superintendents,
by Counties, 1929-30----_ ___ --------- 156
Total Number of Rural Supervisors Employed by County Super-
intendents, by Counties, 1929-30 _--- ------------- 157
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Number of Separate Alain Elementary School Buildings in
Use, by Types, and Percentage of Buildings Types A, B
and (', by Counties, 1928-29__---__ 158
Number of Separate Main Elementary School Buildings in Use,
by Types, and Percentage of Buildings Types A, B and C,
by Counties, 1929-30 --------------- ---- 1
Number of Elementary School Gymnasiums, Auditoriums and
Classrooms in Use, and A-" 'lr i- Numler of classrooms s per
Elementary School, by C(-. i.'1, 1928-29 and 1929-30 -- 'li;1
Valuation of Elementary School Property, by Counties, 1928-29_) 161
Valuation of Elementary School Property, by Counties, 1929-30 1i2
Total Outstanding Bonded Indebtedness of Elementary School
Districts, and Number of Districts With Outstanding Bonds,
by Counties, 192S-29 and 1929-30------------------ 163
Percentage which Outstanding" Bonded Indebtedness of Ele-
menltary School Districts Ts of True Valuation and Amount
of Bonded Debt per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 192!9-30___- -- 161
Total Valuation of Elementary School District Property per
Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, and Percentage which
Elementary School District Outstanding Bonded Indebted-
ness Is of Total Valuation of Property, by Counties, 1928-29
and 1929-30 ----- ------------------------ 165
Total Assessed Valuati Raon, Ratio of Assessed Valuation of
Properties Taxable for Schools, and Estimated True Valua-
tion, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-31)0------ 116
Assessed Valuation and True Valuation per Pupil in Average
Daily Attendance in Elementary Grades, by Counties. 1128-29
and 1929-30----------------- ----- 167
County Tax Rate Levied and True Rate of Cunlty Tax for
Elementary Schools, by Counties, 192S-29 and 192i-30- .._ 18S
County Tax Rate Necessary to Levy on Total True Valuation
of County to Raise $30 per Pupil in Average Daily Attend-
ance in Elementary Grades, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 169
Percentage of Total Ceneral County Tax Levied for Elemen-
tary Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30__ -----_ 170
Total Number and percentagee of Elementary School Districts
Levying Special Taxes, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 0_ 171
Distribution of Elementary School Districts by states of Tax
Levied for IMaintenance I..r..- by Counties. 1928-29 --- 172
Distribution of Elementary 1.. ... Districts by Rates of Tax
Levied for Building Purposes, by Counties, 1928-29------- 174
Distribution of Elementary School Districts by Rates of Tax
Levied for Maintenance Purposes, by Counties, 1929-30__ 176
Distribution of Elementary .School Districts by Rates of Tax
Levied for Building Purposes, by Counties, 1929-30------_ 17S
Average Rate of Special District Tax Levied for Elementary
Schools, by Counties, 192S-29 and 1'129-30--___--_______ 180
State Apportionment for Elementary Schools for the Fiscal
Year Ending June 30, 1929 __------------- 181
State Apportionment for Elementary Schools for the Fiscal
Year Ending June 30, 1930 --------------- 182
Amount of Total State Apportionment for Elementary Schools
per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, by Counties, 1928-29
and 1929-30 _____--------------------- 1S3
Distribution of Elementary School District Receipts, by Sources
and Counties. 1928-29 1-------- ----------_-------- 1S4
Distribution of Elementary School District Receipts, by Sources
and Counties, 1929-30 -----------__ -- -------------- 1S
Distribution of Net Receipts of Elementary School Districts,
by Sources and Counties, 1928-29------------------------- 188
Distribution of Net Receipts of Elementary School Districts,
by Sources and Counties, 1929-3)0 -----190
Percentage Distribution of Net Receipts of Elementary School
Districts, by Sources and Counties. 192S-29_ -------- 192
Percentage Distribution of Net Receipts of Elementary School
Districts, by Sources and Counties, 1929-30--- --___ 193
Distribution of Elementary School District Expenditures, by
Objects and Counties, 1928-29, and Balances in Elementary
School District Funds, June 30, 1929 (Insert) ___--- 194
Distribution of Elementary School District Expenditures, by
Objects and Counties, 1929-30, and Balances in Elementary
School District Funds, June 30, 1930 (Insert)- 194
Percentage Distribution of Elementary School District Expendi-
tures, by Objects and Counties, 1928-29_ --- 196
Percentage Distribution of Elementary School District Expendi-
tures, by Objects and Counties, 1929-30 ---- 198
Amount of Elementary School District Expenditures per Pupil
in Average Daily Attendance, by Objects and Counties,
1928-29 ------- --------- ---___------------ 200
Amount of Elementary School District Expenditures per Pupil
in Average Daily Attendance, by .Objects and Counties,
1929-30 --------------_---201
Percentage which Elementary School District Balances at
Close of School Year Are of Total District Receipts During
Year, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 __------- 202






SECTION V
BIENNIAL STATISTICs OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS, 1928-29 AND 1929-30
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Number of lligh School Districts 'Maintaining Junior High
Schools and Number of junior High Schools Maintained, by
Counties, 1128-29 and 192 -30 .---------------- 205
Number of Junior High Schools, by Types of Administrative
rnits and by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30__-------- 206
Average Number of Days Taught and Average Daily Attend-
ance in Junior High Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 -.--------------------- --------- 207
Distribution of Junior Hligh Schools by Average Daily Attend-
ance and Counties, 1928-29 __---____________ _- 208
Distribution of Junior High Schools by Average Daily Attend-
ance and Counties, 1929-30_---_____________--- 210
State Enrollment in Junior High Schools, by Grades and
Counties, 1928-29 (Insert) ---- --------------------- 212
State Enrollment in Junior ligh Schools, by Grades and
Counties, 1929-30 (Insert) ---------------------------- 212
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Junior Iigh
School Principals, by Counties, 1928-29 -________---- _____ 214
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular Junior High School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29__ 215
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Junior ITigh School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29__ 216
Total Number of Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular and Special Junior High School Teachers, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 _--------- --------------------------- 217
Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Junior High School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29__ __--__ 218
Number of Partial-time Junior High School Teachers and Total
Number of Certificated Employees in Junior High School, by
Counties, 1928-29 ------------- ------ ---- 219
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Junior High
School Principals, by Counties, 1929-301 ____------------ - 220
Number and Average Annual plates of Salary of Full-time
Regular Junior High School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30__ 221
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Junior High School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30__ 222
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular and Special Junior High School Teachers, by Coun-
ties, 1929-30 ------------------------------------------- 223
Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Junior High School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30 _-------- 224
Number of Partial-time Junior High School Teachers and Total
Number of Certificated Employees in Junior High School, by
Counties, 1929-30 --------------- ----------- -- 225
Number and Percentage of Junior High School Teachers Hold-
ing Each Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1928-29- 226
Number and Percentage of Junior High School Teachers Hold-
ing Each Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1929-30_ 228
Professional Training of Junior High School Teachers, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 -------------------------- 230
Professional Training of Junior High School Teachers, by Coun-
ties, 1929-30 ----------------------------- 232
Average Daily Attendance in Junior High Schools, per School,
per Classroom, and per Teacher, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 -- ---- -------------------------------------- 234
State Enrollment in Junior High Schools, per School, per Class-
room, and per Teacher, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30-- 235
Number of Separate Main Junior High School Buildings of Each
Type, and Percentage of Buildings Types A, B and C, by
Counties, 1928-29 ---------- ------ -- 236
Number of Separate Main Junior High School Buildings of Each
Type, and Percentage of Buildings Types A, B and C, by
Counties, 1929-30 ------------------------------------ 237
Number of Junior High School Gymnasiums, Auditoriums and
Classrooms in Use, by Counties, 1928-29-------_------- 238
Number of Junior High School Gymnasiums, Auditoriums and
Classrooms in Use, by Counties, 1929-30----- 239
Valuation of Junior High School Property, by Counties, 1928-29 240
Valuation of Junior High School Property, by Counties, 1929-30 241


SECTION VI
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF HIGH SCHOOLS, 1928-29 AND 1929-30
Table No. 191. Number of High School Districts of Each Type, by Counties,
192-29 ------------------------------------------ 45
Table No. 192. Number of High School Districts of Each Type, by Counties,
1929-30 ----------------------- ------------------- 246
Table No. 193. Number of High Schools of Each Type Maintained, and Number
of Districts Maintaining Senior High Schools, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-0_____------------------------ 247
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Number of Evening High Schools and High Schools with Special
Day and Evening Classes, Number of High Schools with
Compulsory Continuation Courses for Minors Under 18 Years
of Age, and Number of High Schools with Junior College
Courses, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30---------------- 248
Average Number of Days Taught in High Schools, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30----------------- ------------ 249
Average Daily Attendance in All High School Classes, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 ------ ---------------------------------- 250
Average Daily Attendance in All High School Classes, by Coun-
ties, 1929-30 ---------------------------------------- 251
Percentage of Increase or Decrease in Average Daily Attend-
ance in Grades 9-12, Inclusive, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 --------------------------------------- 252
Percentage of Increase or Decrease in Average Daily Attend-
ance in Special Day and Evening Classes, in Compulsory
Continuation Classes, and in Junior College Courses in High
Schools, and Percentage of Increase in Total High School
Average Daily Attendance, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30_ 253
State Enrollment in Regular Classes of Day High Schools, by
Counties, 1928-29 (Insert)---------------------------- 254
State Enrollment in Special Day and Evening Classes of High
Schools (Including Evening High Schools), by Counties,
1928-29 ------- ------------------------------------ 256
State Enrollment in Compulsory Continuation Classes for
Minors Under 18 Years of Age, by Counties, 1928-29 ----- 257
State Enrollment in Junior College Courses of High Schools,
by Counties, 1928-29___ ----- ----------------- 258
Total State Enrollment in High Schools and Total State Enroll-
ment in All High School Grades Including Grades 9 and 10
in Junior High Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 --- ------ 260
State Enrollment in Regular Classes of Day High Schools, by
Counties, 1929-30 (Insert) ------------------------ 260
State Enrollment in Special Day and Evening Classes of High
Schools (Including Evening High Schools), by Counties,
1929-30 ---------------------------------------- 262
State Enrollment in Compulsory Continuation Classes for Minors
Under 18 Years of Age, by Counties, 1929-30------------ 263
State Enrollment in Junior College Courses of High Schools,
by Counties, 1929-30---------------------------- --- 264
Total State Enrollment in High Schools and Total State Enroll-
ment in All High School Grades Including Grades 9 and 10
in Junior High Schools, by Counties, 1929-30------------- 266
Total State Enrollment, Grades 9-12, Inclusive, in Junior High
Schools and High Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30_ 267
Percentage of Ninth and Tenth Grade State Enrollment which
Is in Junior High Schools and High Schools, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30--------------------------- 268
Percentage of Increase or Decrease in State Enrollment in
Regular High School Classes, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ----------------------------- 269
Percentage of Increase or Decrease in State Enrollment in
Special Day and Evening Classes, in Compulsory Continua-
tion Classes, and in Junior College Courses in High Schools,
and Percentage of Increase in Total High School Enroll-
ment, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30----------------- 270
Percentage which Average Daily Attendance Is of State
Enrollment in Regular High School Classes Only, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 and 1929-30-------------------------------- 271
Average Daily Attendance in Regular Classes in Regular and
Senior High Schools, per School, per Classroom, and per
Teacher, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30----------------- 272
Average Daily Attendance in Regular Classes in Junior-senior
High School Organizations, per School, per Classroom, and
per Teacher, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 __----- 27:
State Enrollment in Regular Classes in Regular and Senior High
Schools, per School, per Classroom, and per Teacher, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30. ---_. __-__----- 274
State Enrollment in Regular Classes in Junior-senior High
School Organizations, per School, per Classroom, and per
Teacher, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ----_-------- 275
Number of Students Graduating from Four-year High School
Course, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30-- --------------- 276
Number of Students Graduating from Two-year High School
Junior College Course, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --- 277
Percentage which Number Graduating from Four-year High
School Course Is of State Enrollment in Twelfth Grade of
High Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --------- 278
Percentage which Number Graduating from Four-year High
School Course Is of State Enrollment in Grades 9-12, Inclusive,
by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30_-- ---- 279
Percentage of Increase or Decrease in Number of High School
Graduates, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30_- ----------- 280








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Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of High School
Principals and Number of Principals Also Employed as Dis-
trict Superintendents, by Counties, 1928-29 -----_---_--__ 281
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Supervisors, by Counties, 1928-29-- _______- ____ 2S2
Number of Partial-time Supervisors and Total Number of
Supervisors Employed by High School Districts, by Counties,
1928-29 ------------ --- 283
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular High School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29 -..... 284
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29---__- __ 285
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-
time Regular and Special High School Teachers, by Counties,
192S-29 ------_-----__------__________---__ 286
Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
High School Teachers, by Counties, 1928-29 ___-- ____ 2S7
Number of Partial-time High School Teachers, by Types of
Classes and Counties, 1928-29 -------------- 288
Total Number of Certificated Employees in High Schools, by
Counties, 1928-29 -__-__------ __---- 289
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of High School
Principals, and Number of Principals Also Employed as Dis-
trict Superintendents, by Counties, 1929-30 ___------_-- 290
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Supervisors, by Counties, 1929-30 ---------- ---------_ 291
Number of Partial-time Supervisors and Total Number of
Supervisors Employed by High School Districts, by Coun-
ties, 1929-30--- _----_ ------ 292
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular High School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30 ------ 293
Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30----____-___-____ 294
Total Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular and Special High School Teachers, by Counties,
1929-30 ---______________-- -_-__ -- 295
Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
High School Teachers, by Counties, 1929-30---------- --- 296
Number of Partial-time High School Teachers, by Types of
Classes and Counties, 1929-30___---- ------ 297
Total Number of Certificated Employees in High Schools, by
Counties, 1929-30 _____------------------------- 298
Number and Percentage of High School Teachers Holding Each
Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1928-29 .------ 299
Number and Percentage of High School Teachers Holding Each
Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1929-30-- 300
Professional Training of High School Teachers, by Counties,
1928-29 -------- --- 302
Professional Training of High School Teachers, by Counties,
1929-30 -________-----------------_ 304
Number of Separate Main High School Buildings in Use, by
Types, and Percentage of Buildings Types A, B and C, by
Counties, 1928-29 _--__- _____-______________- 306
Number of Separate Main High School Buildings in Use, by
Types, and Percentage of Buildings Types A, B and C, by
Counties, 1929-30 _--- _----____------- 307
Number of High School Gymnasiums, Auditoriums and Class-
rooms in Use, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --------- 308
Valuation of High School Property, by Counties, 1928-29 --.-- 309
Valuation of High School Property, by Counties, 1929-30---- 3 310
Total Valuation of High School and Junior High School Prop-
erty, by Counties, 1928-29------------- -- 311
Total Valuation of High School and Junior High School Prop-
erty, by Counties, 1929-30--- -. --- __ ------- 312
Total Outstanding Bonded Indebtedness of High School Dis-
tricts, and Number of Districts with Outstanding Bonds, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30---_------- ------------ 313
Percentage which Outstanding Bonded Indebtedness of High
School Districts Is of True Valuation, and Amount of Bonded
Debt per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30--------------- --- -- 311
Total Valuation of All High School and Junior High School
Property per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, and Per-
centage which Outstanding Bonded Indebtedness of High
School Districts Is of Total Valuation of Property, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ------ ---------------- 315
Assessed Valuation and Estimated True Valuation of High
School Districts and Percentage of Total County Assessed
Valuation in High School Districts, by Counties, 1928-29
and 1929-30 -- _--------------------------------- 316
Assessed Valuation and True Valuation oer Pupil in Average
Daily Attendance in High School Districts, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30 --- -------------------------_ 317

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Table No. 258. County Tax Rate Levied and True Rate of County Tax for
High Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30------------ 318
Table No. 259. County Tax Rate Necessary to Levy on Total True Valuation
of County to Raise $60 per Pupil in Average Daily Attend-
ance in High School Grades, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 __.---- --____-. ____ ---- _____- ______- __- 319
Table No. 260. Percentage of Total General County Tax Levied for High
Schools, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --- ___- 320
Table No. 261. Average Rate of Special District 'ax Levied for High Schools,
by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30------------------------- 21
Table No. 262. Distribution of High School Districts, by Rates of Tax Levied,
and by Counties, 1928-2'_ ----- __- ________ 1__-- 22
Table No. 263. Distribution of High School Districts, by Rates of Tax Levied,
and by Counties, 1929-30____________ ____________ _- 324
Table No. 264. State Apportionment for High Schools for the Fiscal Year
Ending June 30, 1929 _-__- ______________________ 325
Table No. 265. State Apportionment for High Schools for the Fiscal Year
Ending June 30, 1930____--_ _______________________ 327
Table No. 266. Amount of Total State Apportionment for High Schools per
Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, by Counties, 1928-29
and 1929-30__-----_____----------- ---------____. 329
Table No. 267. Distribution of High School District Receipts, by Sources and
Counties, 1928-29 ________ ___________---- 330
Table No. 268. Distribution of High School District Receipts, by Sources and
Counties, 1929-30 ---__-_-_ __ _____-_____ 332
Table No. 269. Distribution of Net Receipts of High School Districts, by
Sources and Counties, 1928-29 _______- ___ 33.1
Table No. 270. Distribution of Net Receipts of High School Districts, by
Sources and Counties, 1929-30-- _______ _________ 336
Table No. 271. Percentage Distribution of Net Receipts of High School Dis-
tricts, by Sources and Counties, 1928--29___ ___________ 338
Table No. 272. Percentage Distribution of Net Receipts of High School Dis-
tricts, by Sources and Counties, 1929-30 _______-__________ 339
Table No. 273. Distribution of High School District Expenditures, by Objects
and Counties, 1928-29, and Balance in High School District
Funds, June 30, 1929 (Insert) -------------_-----_--_ 40
Table No. 274. Distribution of High School District Expenditures, by Objects
and Counties, 1929-30, and Balance in High School District
Funds. June 30, 1930 (Insert)----_____________-___ 340
Table No. 275. Percentage Distribution of Total High School District Expendi-
tures, by Objects and Counties, 1928-29 ________________ 342
Table No. 276. Percentage Distribution of Total High School District Expendi-
tures, by Objects and Counties, 1929-30__________________ 344
Table No. 277. Amount of High School District Expenditures per Pupil in
Average Daily Attendance, by Objects and Counties, 1928-2'"_ 346
Table No. 278. Amount of High School District Expenditures per Pupil in
Average Daily Attendance, by Objects and Counties, 1929-30 347
Table No. 279. Percentage which High School District Balances at Close of
School Year Are of Total District Receipts During Year, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 _________--___ _____ -348
SECTION VII
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF DISTRICT JUNIOR COLLEGES, 1928-29
AND 1929-30
Table No. 280. Number of Days Taught, Average Daily Attendance, and State
Enrollment in Junior Colleges Maintained in Junior College
Districts, 19 28-29 --____________________________ 51
Table No. 281. Number of Days Taught, Average Daily Attendance, and State
Enrollment in Junior Colleges Maintained in Junior College
Districts, 1929-30--------------------------- __-_ 352
Table No. 282. Number of Students Graduating from Two-Year Course in Dis-
trict Junior Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30 .-----______ 353
Table No. 283. Frequency Distribution of Annual Rates of Salary Paid Dis-
trict Junior College Principals, 1928-29 and 1929-30_ __ 353
Table No. 284. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Regular Teachers in District Junior Colleges, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ------------------------------------------ 351
Table No. 285. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-time
Special Teachers in District Junior Colleges, 1928-29 and
1929-30 -----------------------------------------------35
Table No. 286. Number of Partial-time Teachers and Total Number of Teachers
Employed in District Junior Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30__ 356
Table No. 287. Types of Certificates Held by District Junior College Teachers,
1928-29 and 1929-30 ----- -----------------------_- 357
Table No. 288. Professional Training of District Junior College Teachers,
1928-29 and 1929-30 ----- __--- ---------- ------- 358
Table No. 289. Number of Separate Main Buildings of Each Type, Percentage
of Buildings Types A, B and C, and Number of Classrooms,
Auditoriums and Gymnasiums in Use by Junior College Dis-
tricts, 1928-29 ----------------------------------------- 359
Table No. 290. Number of Separate Main Buildings of Each Type, Percentage
of Buildings Types A, B and C, and Number of Classrooms,
Auditoriums and Gymnasiums in Use by Junior College Dis-
tricts, 1929-30 _----------_-------------------------- 360







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Table No. 291. Valuation of Property and Outstanding Bonded Indebtedness of
Junior College Districts, 1928-29__------------------- __-- 361
Table No. 292. Valuation of Property and Outstanding Bonded Indebtedness of
Junior College Districts, 1929-30-----------------------___ 362
Table No. 293. Assessed Valuation and Estimated True Valuation of Junior
College Districts, County Assessment Ratios, and Assessed
and True Valuation of Junior College Districts per Pupil in
Average Daily Attendance, 1928-29 and 1929-30__-------- 363
Table No. 294. District Tax Rates Levied in Junior College Districts, 1928-29
and 1929-30 --------------- ------- ----------- 364
Table No. 295. Distribution of Receipts of Junior College Districts, by Sources,
1928-29 ----------------------------------- --__ 365
Table No. 296. Distribution of Receipts of Junior College Districts, by Sources,
1929-30 ----------------------------------- 366
Table No. 297. Percentage Distribution of Receipts of Junior College Districts,
by Sources, 1928-29 and 1929-30--------------------- 367
Table No. 298. Percentage Distribution of Current Receipts of Junior College
Districts, by Sources, 1928-29 and 1929-30-- --------- 368
Table No. 299. Distribution of Expenditures of Junior College Districts, by
Objects, 1928-29 _---- --- -------- ---- 369
Table No. 300. Distribution of Expenditures of Junior College Districts, by
Objects, 1929-30 ----------------------------------- 370
Table No. 301. Current Expenditures, Capital Outlay Expenditures and Total
Expenditures per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance in
Junior College Districts, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ---------- 371
Table No. 302. Percentage Distribution of Expenditures of Junior College
Districts, by Objects, 1928-29------- ------------------ 372
Table No. 303. Percentage Distribution of Expenditures of Junior College
Districts, by Objects, 1929-30------ ------------- 373
Table No. 304. Percentage which TBalances Are of Total District Receipts, by
Junior College Districts, 1928-29 and 1929-30-- --------- 374
Table No. 305. Amount Chargeable as Tuition per Unit of Average Daily
Attendance for Non-resident District Junior College Students,
1928-29 and 1929-30----------------------------- 374
Table No. 306. Rate of County Junior College Tuition Tax Levied, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30 -- ___------- ------ ----- 375

SECTION VIII
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF STATE TEACHERS COLLEGES, 1928-29
AND 1929-30
Table No. 307. Number of Days Taught, Aggregate Number of Class Hours,
and Total Number of Units Granted in State Teachers Col-
lege Classes, 1928-29 and 1929-30------ ----------- 379
Table No. 308. Aggregate Student Enrollment Hours, Aggregate Hours of
Student Attendance, and Percentage which Student Attend-
ance Hours Are of Student Enrollment Hours in State Teach-
ers Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30 -------- --- 380
Table No. 309. Aggregate Hours of Student Enrollment in Professional Courses
and Percentage Which Enrollment Hours in Professional
Courses Are of Aggregate Student Enrollment Hours, in
State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --------- 381
Table No. 310. Enrollment in State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29-------- 382
Table No. 311. Enrollment in State Teachers Colleges, 1929-30-------- 383
Table No. 312. Total Number of Teachers in Service Eurolled in State Teachers
Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ------- -- -------- 384
Table No. 313. Number of Students Withdrawing without Completing Work,
by State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30-- -- 384
Table No. 314. Distribution of Final and Suspended Marks Given Students in
State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 --- -------------385
Table No. 315. Distribution of Final and Suspended Marks Given Students in
State Teachers Colleges, 1929-30----- -------------- 386
Table No. 316. Percentage Distribution of Final and Suspended Marks Given
Students in State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 --------- 387
Table No. 317. Percentage Distribution of Final and Suspended Marks Given
Students in State Teachers Colleges, 1929-30------_----- 388
Table No. 318. Annual Rates of Salary of Presidents of State Teachers Col-
leges, 1928-29 and 1929-30-------------- 3-388
Table No. 319. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full Professors,
Associate Professors and Assistant Professors in Regular
Academic Year in State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 9------ 389
Table No. 320. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full Professors,
Associate Professors and Assistant Professors in Regular
Academic Year in State Teachers Colleges, 1929-30 ___--- 390
Table No. 321. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Instructors and
Assistants in Regular Academic Year in State Teachers Col-
leges, 1928-29 -------------------------------------------391
Table No. 322. Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Instructors and
Assistants in Regular Academic Year in State Teachers Col-
leges, 1929-30 _---------------------------------------392
Table No. 323. Total Number and Average Rates of Salary of Full-time
Faculty Members in Regular Academic Year in State Teach-
ers Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30------------------------ 393
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Table No. 324. Number of Partial-time Faculty Members and Total Number of
Faculty Members Employed in Regular Academic Year,
1928-29 and 1929-30 -------------------------_ 394
Table No. 325. Total Number of Faculty Members Employed in Summer Ses-
sion and Total Number of Individuals Employed in Teachers
Colleges with Duplications Eliminated, 1928-29 and 1929-30- 395
Table No. 326. Professional Training of Faculty Members in State Teachers
Colleges, 1928-29 ---------- --------- --------- 396
Table No. 327. Professional Training of Faculty Members in State Teachers
Colleges, 1929-30 ------------------------------------- 396
Table No. 328. Area of State Teachers College Sites in Acres and Total Num-
ber of Classrooms in State Teachers Colleges, 192S-29 and
1929-30 ------ -----------__---_---- ------ -- 397
Table No. 329. Number of Buildings of Each Type in Use in State Teachers
Colleges, 1928-29 --------- ------------398
Table No. 330. Number of Buildings of Each Type in Use in State Teachers
Colleges, 1929-30 ----------------- --------------- 398
Table No. 331. Valuation of State Teachers College Property, 1928-29 and
1929-30: Teachers College-- --- ------------------_ 399
Table No. 332. Valuation of State Teachers College Property, 1928-29 and
1929-30: Training School -------- ---------__ ------ 399
Table No. 333. Total Valuation of State Teachers College Property, 1928-29
and 1929-30 ---- ----------------------------- 400
Table No. 334. Chico State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29 and
1929-30 -------------------------------- ----------- 401
Table No. 335. Fresno State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29 and
1929-30 -------------------------- 401
Table No. 336. Iumboldt State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ----------------------- ----- -------- 402
Table No. 337. San Diego State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29 and
1929-30 -- -- ----------------------------- 402
Table No. 338. San Francisco State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29
and 1929-30 ------------ ------------------- 403
Table No. 339. San Jose State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ---- --------------------------- ----- 403
Table No. 340. Santa Barbara State Teachers College: Expenditures, 1928-29
and 1929-30 ----------------------------_ 404
Table No. 341. Expenditures of All State Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ----..----_------------------------------ -- 404
Table No. 342. Percentage of Total Ordinary Expenditures Devoted to Each
Function by Teachers Colleges, 1928-29 and 1929-30----- 405
Table No. 343. Amounts Received by State Teachers Colleges and Transmitted
to State Treasurer, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --------------- 405
Table No. 344. Number of Days Taught and Average Daily Attendance in
State Teachers College Training Schools, 1928-29 and 1929-30 406
Table No. 345. State Enrollment in State Teachers College Training School,
1928-29 ----------------------------------- 407
Table No. 346. State Enrollment in State Teachers College Training School,
1929-30 ---------------------------------- 408
Table No. 347. Number of Pubils Graduating from Eighth Grade in State
Teachers College Training Schools, 1928-29 and 1929-30----- 409

SECTION IX
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF STATE SPECIAL SCHOOLS, 1928-29
AND 1929-30
Table No. 348. Number of Pupils Enrolled in the California Polytechnic School,
by Years of Enrollment and Divisions, 192S-29 _---------. 413
Table No. 349. Number of Pupils Enrolled in the California Polytechnic School,
by Years of Enrollment and Divisions, 1929-30 ----------- 413
Table No. 350. Number of Pupils Enrolled in the California Polytechnic School,
by Names of Courses, 1928-29 and 1929-30------------ 413
Table No. 351. Miscellaneous Statistics of the California Polytechnic School,
1928-29 and 1929-30---------------- ---------------- 414
Table No. 352. Expenditures of the California Polytechnic School, by Functions
and Objects, 1928-29 __--_------- -----__ 414
Table No. 353. Expenditures of the California Polytechnic School, by Func-
tions and Objects, 1929-30 ---- -------------------- 414
Table No. 354. Miscellaneous Statistics of the California Schools for the Deaf
and the Blind, 1928-29 and 1929-30------ ------------- 415
Table No. 355. Expenditures of the California Schools for the Deaf and the Blind,
by Functions and Objects, 1928-29 ------------- 415
Table No. 356. Expenditures of the California Schools for the Deaf and the Blind,
by Functions and Objects, 1929-30 _------------------ 415
SECTION X
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
1928-29 AND 1929-30
Table No. 357. University of California: Enrollment for the Year Ending June
30, 1929 ------- --------------------------------- 419
Table No. 358. University of California: Enrollment for the Year Ending June
30, 1930 -------------------------------- ------------ 420
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Table No. 359. Degrees Conferred by the University of California, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ----- -------------------------- -- 421
Table No. 360. Officers and Faculty of the University of California (other than
Regents) for 1928-29 and 1929-30-------------------- 421
Table No. 361. Summary of Income, Expenditures and Assets, 1928-29 ------_ 422
Table No. 362. Summary of Income, Expenditures and Assets, 1929-30.----- 423

SECTION XI
BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF STATE TEXTBOOKS, 1928-29 AND 1929 30
Table No. 363. Number of Elementary School State Textbooks Adopted, Total
Number of Textbooks Listed for Elementary Schools, Num-
ber of Volumes Distributed, Total State Enrollment in Ele-
mentary Grades, Total Cost of State Textbooks, and Cost per
Pupil Enrolled, 1914-15 to 1929-30, Inclusive_---.--.------- 427
Table No. 364. Number of Textbooks Distributed, Amount of Royalty Paid for
Lease of Plates, Cost of Manufacture per Book, and Selling
Price of State Elementary School Textbooks, 1928-29_ ----- 428
Table No. 365. Number of Textbooks Distributed, Amount "f Royalty Paid for
Lease of Plates, Cost of Manufacture per Book, and Selling
Price of State Elementary School Textbooks, 1929-30 __-- 429
Table No. 366. Title of Textbook, Title of Series, Name of Author and Name
of Publisher of State Elementary School Textbooks Dis-
tributed During the Year 192S-29 --------------------- 430
Table No. 367. Title of Textbook, Title of Series, Name of Author and Name
of Publisher of State Elementary School Textbooks Dis-
tributed During the Year 1929-30--------------------- 431

SECTION XII
MISCELLANEOUS BIENNIAL STATISTICS, 1928-29 AND 1929-30
Table No. 368. Receipts Administered by the State Department of Education,
Classified by Sources, 1928-29 --------- --- 434
Table No. 369. Receipts Administered by the State Departmekt of Education,
Classified by Sources, 1929-30 ___ ----------- 435
Table No. 370. Expenditures Administered by the State Department of Educa-
tion, Classified by Functions, 1928-29__-- ----- --- 436
Table No. 371. Expenditures Administered by the State Department of Educa-
tion, Classified by Functions, 1929-30---- -- ---- --- 438
Table No. 372. Statement of Migratory School Revloving Fund, 1928-29 and
1929-30 --------------__----------------- 440
Table No. 373. Statement of High School Textbook Filing Fee Fund, 1928-29
and 1929-30 _--4----- -------- -- 440
Table No. 374. Statement of Public School Teachers Permanent and Retire-
ment Salary Fund, 1928-29 and 1929-30-_____-- ___----- 440
Table No. 375. Statement of Smith-Hughes Federal and State Vocational Edu-
cation Fund, 1928-29 and 1929-30 --------- -- 441
Table No. 376. Statement of the Vocational Rehabilitation Fund, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ___________ __-__________--_____-- 441
Table No. 377. Names of District Superintendents of Schools, 1928-2_9 --_-- 442
Table No. 378. Names of District Superintendents of Schools, 1929-30 --____ 445
Table No. 379. Names of City Superintendents of Schools and Deputy and
Assistant City Superintendents, 192S-29 .- ----- --_ 448
Table No. 380. Names of City Superintendents of Schools and Deputy and
Assistant City Superintendents, 1929-30 ------------------- 449
Table No. 381. Frequency Distribution of Annual Rates of Salary of City
Superintendents and Deputy and Assistant City Superin-
tendents, 1928-29 _______-------------- -- 450
Table No. 382. Frequency Distribution of Annual Rates of Salary of City
Superintendents and Deputy and Assistant City Superin-
tendents, 1929-30 -------------- ------------------ 450
Table No. 383. Annual Rates of Salary of County Superintendents of Schools
and Number and Average Annual Rates of Salary of Full-
time Deputy and Assistant County Superintendents of Schools,
by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ------- 451
Table No. 384. General County Expenditures for Schools, by Counties, 1928-29_ 452
Table No. 385. General County Expenditures for Schools, by Counties, 1929-30_ 456
Table No. 386. Statement of County Supervision and Emergency Funds, by
Counties, 1928-29 ---------------------------- 460
Table No. 387. Statement of County Supervision and Emergency Funds, by
Counties, 1929-30 --_- ----------------------- 462
Table No. 388. Number of School Nurses Employed, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30------ -- ---------------- 464
Table No. 389. Number of Teachers' Certificates (ranted by County Boards
of Education, by Counties, 192S-29 ----- 465
Table No. 390. Number of Teachers' Certificates Granted by County Boards
of Education, by Counties, 1920-30 .._------ _- ----------- 466
Table No. 391. Amounts Collected by County Boards of Education as Teachers'
Certification Fees, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30 ---.--. 467
Table No. 392. Statement of County Teachers' Institute Funds, by Counties,
192-29 ---------------- 468
Table No. 393. Statement of County Teachers' Institute Funds, by Counties,
1929-30 ------------------------------------ 469
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Expenditures from Unapportioned County Funds for Teachers'
Institutes and Total Expenditures for Teachers' Institutes,
by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30------------------------ 470
Expenditures from Unapportioned County Elementary and High
School Funds for County Trustees Institutes, by Counties,
192S-29 and 1929-30 ------------ --------- 471
Statement of County Teachers' Library Funds, by Counties,
1928-29 ------------------------------------- 472
Statement of County Teachers' Library Funds, by Counties,
1929-30 ---------------------------------------- 473
Expenditures from Unapportioned County Elementary School
Funds for Emergency Schools and Transportation for Attend-
ance Supervision, and for Miscellaneous Objects, by Coun-
ties, 1928-29 and 1929-30------------------- 474
Receipts from the United States for the Education of Indian
Children and from the United States Forest Reserve Fund
for Elementary School Districts, by Counties, 1928-29 and
1929-30 ----- ---------------------- --------- 475
Receipts by High School Districts from Federal and State
Apportionments for Smith-Hughes Vocational Classes, by
Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30__-- --- -- --- -- 476
Total Population and Assessed Valuation and True Wealth per
Capita of Total Population, by Counties, 1929-30 ----------- 477
Number and Percentage of Elementary School Districts Not
Included in Any High School District, and Amount and Per-
centage of Elementary School District Assessed Valuation
Not Included in Any High School District, by Counties,
1928-29 and 1929-30-----------------_ ----- 478
Net Receipts, by Divisions of the State School System and by
Counties, 928-29 ----- --- ------ 479
Net Receipts, by Divisions of the State School System and by
Counties, 1929-30 ------------------------------------- 480
Percentage of Net Receipts Devoted to Each Division of the
State School System, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30_--- 481
Distribution of Net Receipts for Kindergartens, Elementary
School, High School and Junior College Districts, by Sources
and Counties, 1928-29__---------------------------- 482
Distribution of Net Receipts for Kindergartens, Elementary
School, High School and Junior College Districts, by Sources
and Counties, 1929-30 -- ----- ---------- 483
Percentage of Net Receipts for Kindergartens, Elementary
School, High School and Junior College Districts Derived
from Each Source, by Counties, 192S-29 ---_-- --------_ 484
Percentage of Net Receipts for Kindergartens, Elementary
School, High School and Junior College Districts Derived
from Each Source, by Counties, 1929-30__ --- -- 485
Total Current Expenditures Devoted to Each Division of the
State School System, by Counties, 1928-29 __----_----- 486
Total Current Expenditures Devoted to Each Division of the
State School System, by Counties, 1929-30 __---------- 487
Percentage of Current Expenditures Devoted to Each Division
of the State School System, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30_ 488
Amounts and Percentages of District Expenditures for Kinder-
gartens, Elementary School, Iligh School and Junior College
Districts Devoted to Each Object, 1928-29 _-- __------ -- 490
Expenditure per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance in Kinder-
gartens, Elementary School, High School and Junior College
Districts, by Objects, 1928-29-- __---------------- 491
Amounts and Percentages of District Expenditures for Kinder-
gartens, Elementary School, High School and Junior College
Districts Devoted to Each Object, 1929-30---------------- 492
Expenditures per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance in Kinder-
gartens, Elementary School, High School and Junior College
Districts, by Objects, 1929-30 ----------- -------- 49:
Year of Establishment, Year of Discontinuance and State
Enrollment, 1916-17 to 1929-30, Inclusive, of Junior Colleges
Maintained by High School Districts-----__------- 494
Percentage of Total Receipts of Junior College Districts Derived
from Each Source, 1921-22 to 1929-30, Inclusive----------- 496
Percentage of Current Receipts of Junior College Districts
Derived from Each Source, 1921-22 to 1929-30, Inclusive___ 496
Current Expenditures of Junior College Districts per Pupil in
Average Daily Attendance, 1921-22 to 1929-30, Inclusive--.. 497
Total Elementary School and High School Average Daily
Attendance, with Number and Percentage of Increase Each
Year, from 1909-10 to 1929-30, Inclusive----------------- 498
Total State Enrollment in Grades I to 12, Inclusive, and Per-
centage which State Enrollment in Each Grade Is of State
Enrollment in Grade One, 1928-29 and 1929-30__--------- 498
Year of Establishment, and State Enrollment, 1921-22 to
1929-30, Tnclusive, in Distrcit Junior Colleges------------ 499
Recapitulation, by Years, of Growth of Junior Colleges in
California, 1917-18 to 1929-30, Inclusive--_----------- 500
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Page
Analysis of State Apportionments to Elementary Schools,
1925-26 to 1929-30, Inclusive ---------------------------- 501
Analysis of State Apportionmcnts to High Schools, 1925-26 to
1929-30, Inclusive __--_---- -- -------------- 502
Analysis of State Apportionments to District Junior Colleges,
1921-22 to 1929-30, Inclusive --_- __------_---_- --- 504
Statement of the State Junior College Fund, 1921-22 to 1929-30,
Inclusive _-- ___---__--__- ____-____ 504

SECTION XIII


Table No. 425.

Table No. 426.

Table No. 427

Table No. 428.






Section I.
Section II.
Section III.
Section IV.
Section V.
Section VI.
Section VII.
Section VIII.
Section IX.
Section X.
Section XI.
Section XII.


Recapitulation _


SECTION XIV

RECAPITULATION
--- ----- 519


STATISTICAL SUMMARIES
Registration of Minors During October, 1930 -____-__ _--
Acceleration-Retardation of Pupils, March, 1930 --- ----- -
Kindergartens ---
Elementary Schools------------
Junior High Schools----- ---------_-----------
High Schools ------------
District Junior Colleges------
State Teachers Colleges----- ------_--
State Special Schools-- -
University of California---
State Textbooks --
Miscellaneous


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SECTION I

Registration of Minors, October, 1930


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REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 1

Number of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by Sex and Counties

Counties Boys Girls Total

Alameda.........---------......------............................--------------------------------. 65,899 64,034 129,933
Alpine ...-------... ..-- ......-- .....-- ..-.....--.-- ....... ----30 28 58
Amador---..........................------------------........ 912 837 1,749
Butte------------... ------ ------------------------ 5,088 4,898 9,986
Calaveras----------------------------------------------------- 768 690 1,458
Colusa.---.--.......------ ...--- ...--...--- ........------...-- 1,596 1,484 3,080
Contra Costa .. ..... .. ...---------------................... 10,465 9,932 20,397
Del Norte --..-----.------------------------------------- 651 640 1,291
El Dorado....---- ------------------------------- ----- 1,025 946 1,971
Fresno...... ---------.-------------------.. 24,118 23,292 47,410
Glenn... ----------------------------------------------------- 1,523 1,457 2,980
Humboldt .-- -------------------------- ----- ----- 5,805 5,687 11,492
Imperial.------------------------------------------------------ 8,014 7,954 15,968
Inyo ... -----.------- .. --------... 950 885 1,835
Kern-----..------------------- ------------ 12,584 12,166 24,750
Kings.._---- - -------- 4,352 4,284 8,636
Lake ...... -------.-----------.. ----- 974 972 1,946
Lassen ---------- --------------- -- ----------1,764 1,652 3,416
Los Angeles --- 251,659 246,742 498,401
Madera ----.... __-------------_-.... 3,186 3,007 6,193
Marin .--.. ---- ------------------------- 4,532 4,296 8,828
Mariposa-..----------------- ------ -------- 423 396 819
Mendocino ----.............--...- ........- 3,198 2,877 6,075
Mereed -----------------------------------------6,598 6,275 12,873
Modo --.............------------------------------------ 1,123 1,104 2,227
Mono-..-...--..--------------------- 183 144 327
Monterey--..... ..-......------- 7,267 7,035 14,302
Napa -------------- ------ ---------------- 2,572 2,425 4,997
Nevada--...---------------------.---.------- ------ 1,412 1,239 2,651
Orange ----------... ---. --------------------------16,869 16,647 33,516
Placer ---..-.....--- -- --- ------ 3,496 3,362 6,858
Plumas-..---------.----- --------. 912 839 1,751
Riverside -.--...._ -..----------. ...- 11,646 11,271 22,917
Sacramento .--------------------------------------------------- 17,663 17,471 35,134
San Benito... ------- 1,936 1,852 3,788
San Bernardino.--.-------.... -------------- 16,355 15,883 32,238
San Diego-..-..------------- --------- ------------------ 25,294 24,470 49,764
San Francisco. -------------.- 62,405 60,212 122,617
San Joaquin -------------------------------- 13,917 13,324 27,241
San Luis Obispo-- 4,014 3,654 7,668
San Mateo. ------------------ -------------- ----- 6,469 6,152 12,621
Santa Barbara ----...-..--- ---- 9,099 8,804 17,903
Santa Clara-....--. ------.--------.-------- -------------- 18,188 17,349 35,537
Santa Cruz. -5,082 4,760 9,842
Shasta....---------------------------------- ---.------------ 1,757 1,738 3,495
Sierra........................--.... ------. -----------... 272 276 548
Siskiyou.-------------- -------------------- 3,634 3,609 7,243
Solano ... .... -.. .------ ----...............- 4,552 4,405 8,957
Sonoma-----......................--... -------- ----- ------7,937 7,627 15,564
Stanislaus --..--....---- ------------. ---.----- ----- ------- 8,508 8,188 16,696
Sutter--------------------------- --------------- 2,202 2,058 4,260
Tebama ..--..--...---------------- ------------------- 2,053 1,999 4,052
Trinity ------------------------ ---------- 311 311 622
Tulare-....----............---.................----- ---- ..--- .. 13,436 12,981 26,417
Tuolumne ..------------------.. -------------------. .-------.. 1,184 1,195 2,379
Ventura ----.......-....-..............-....-----.........---9,222 9,263 18,485
Yolo..----.--------------------------------------.------ 3,390 3,089 6,479
Yuba...------------------------------------ -------- 1,546 1,463 3,009

Totals----.....................................----------------------------- 702,020 681,630 1,383,650













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6
REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 3

Distribution of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by Race and Counties


Counties White Black Other Race no Totals
reported


Alameda.........------ ------------------ 122,004 2,365 5,564 ..--....--- 129,933
Alpine........------------------------------....31 .. 27 ............ 58
Amador--........... ---------------------.. 1,700 ........ 49 ............ 1,749
Buttc................-----------.......... 9,407 57 522 ---....-... 9,986
Calaveras-------..-----------------.. ------ 1,356 3 99 --...-..-- 1,458

Colusa.-------..-.-------....... --..---.... 2,767 8 305 -...--..--.. 3,080
Contra Costa ............------------------ 18,339 78 1,980 --...-----. 20,397
Del Norte .......--------------------------- 1,090 ....-....... 201 ... 1,291
El Dorado ....---------............ 1,938 -.-----.--- 33 .- -...... 1,971
Fresno.. ....--------. -----------.-------. 38,419 394 8,597 --.... 47,410

Glenn. -- .--.....- ------... ---- --------.. 2,905 8 67 ...--------.. 2,980
Humboldt ...----------------------.. ----- 10,898 32 562 -... .....- 11,492
Imperial -..-.----------------- ------.--- 10,591 636 4,741 ........-- 15,968
Inyo ......---.-------- --------------- 1,376 --...-. .. 459 ..--...- .... 1,835
Kern---.......-----.............--------.- 20,670 619 3,461 -..-------. 24,750

Kings--...------------------------.--.---. 6,308 29 2,299 -- 8,636
Lake. ..---------.. ---------- ------------. 1,853 4 89 ------------ 1,946
Lassen ..............................--------------------- 3,261 15 140 --__ --_ 3,416
Los Angeles....----------------.... -------423,975 8,596 65,830 -......... 498,401
Madera _-- --- --...- 493 2090-- 4,983 220 990 6,193

Marin ------.....--------.-------------.. 8,671 2 155 -- ------ 8,828
MIariposa ..----------------------------...713 1 105 ...----.--- 819
Mendocino.....---------------------- 5,723 3 349 -------- 6,075
Merced. .- ...------- .-------.... ------. 10,869 124 1,880 ---- -- 12,873
Moodoc ...............---------.. ----.. --- 2,074 --. ... 153 -- 2,227

Mono....-------------- ------------.---- 230 ..------ 97 -.----. 327
Monterey.-....------------ 11,932 55 2,315 -. ....... 14,302
Napa .--------------------------------- 4,890 11 96 ....-------- 4,997
Nevada....-------.. -----.-----. ------- 2,580 ---- 71 .------- 2,651
Orange ......--------- ...---------------- 25,777 57 7,682 .-- -- 33,516

Placer -------....---.-----------.--------- 5,548 16 1,294 -- 6,858
Plumas -----...- ---------------------..-. 1,623 2 126 --------- 1,751
Riverside -...------.------------------- -- 20,908 480 1,529 ----......-- 22,917
Sacramento.................. ...........- 29,419 279 5,436 ----------. 35,134
San Benito ----------------------- 3,129 6 653 ...- ------- .3,788

San Bernardiuo.........--------------------- 23,937 202 8,099 -.......... 32,238
San Diego -----.........................-- 40,773 640 8,351 --- 49,764
San Francisco.---------------------- ------- 112,842 254 8,299 1,222 122,617
San Joaquin ..--...--------------------- 23,139 112 3,990 ---------- ..27,241
San Luis Obiapo.....------------------------. 7,058 2 608 ...--.... 7,668

San Matco ---.......--------------------. 12,077 54 490 ....------- .12,621
Santa Barbara .....------------------------. 14,197 94 3,612 --- 17,903
Santa Clara .....- --------- --------- ------- 32,031 84 3,422 .......-. 35,537
Santa Cruz ................----------------- 8,909 2 931 --- 9,842
Shasta -....-----------~.----------------- 3,274 11 210-----...... 3,495

Sierra ...............--------------------- 507 --.....- .. 23 18 548
Siskiyou -- ----------------------- 6,455 168 620 --...-..---. 7,243
Solano --..---... -- ------------.--.... .-- 8,032 78 847 -- --.... 8,957
Sonoma...........--.. ------------------ 14,964 20 580 -------. 15,564
Stanislaus .-------------- --------- -------- 15,924 50 722 ........- 16,696

Sutter.................---------- ----...- 4,012 3 245 ..------- 4,260
Tehama-...--...------------------ -------- 3,923 14 115 ............ 4,052
Trinity--..--.......- ------------- 567 --....-... 55 622
Tulare ..--------- ------------ -- -. 24,541 298 1,578 ..-----..... 26,417
Tuolumne ..---.- ......... ------ ------- 2,281 3 95 .----------- 2,379

Ventura...................----------------- 12,496 22 5,967 ...-.....--- 18,485
Yolo --...-..................... .---------- 5,459 73 947 -........ 6,479
Yuba --.......- -------------------------- 2,540 57 412 ... 3,009

Totals..-........---..-..------..------ 1,197,895 16,341 168,174 1,240 1,383,650










REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 4

Percentage Distribution of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by Race and Counties

Race
Counties White Black Other not
reported


Alameda- ------------------------ -- ---- --------- 93.9 1.8 4.3 .--..-----
Alpine ...--------------------- -------------- 53.4 ---------.. 46.6 ........
Amador ---------------------- -------97.2 .......... 2.8
Butte ..... .....--------------- -------------------------- 94.2 0.6 5.2 --- -..
Calaveras..------------------------- --------- 93 0 0.2 6.8 ..-

Colusa...---------------------------------- 89.8 0.3 9.9-- ..
Contra Costa ------- ----------------------------------- 89.9 0.4 9.7---------
Del Norte--.. --- --------------- ------- 84.4 -........... 15.6
ElDorado- ..----------- -------------------- 98.3 ------ 1.7 --
Fresno ---...-...-------------------------------------- 81.1 0.8 18.1 ..-

Glenn....------------------------------------------- 97.5 0.3 2.2 .......
Humboldt ---........--------------------------- ----- 94.8 0.3 4.9--. ---
Imperial ..-------------------------------------------- 66.3 4.0 29.7 ........
Inyo ---.------------------ --------------- 75.0 ----------- 25.0----
Kern-.--------------------------------------- 83.5 2.5 14.0---------

Kings _......------------------- 73.1 0.3 26.6 ------
Lake..---_..---------------------- 95.2 0.2 4.6 .------
Lassen -......... -----------..----------------- 95.5 0.4 4.1 --
Los Angeles..------------------------------- 85.1 1.7 13.2 ..-
Madera-..----- --------------------------------- 80.5 3.5 16.0 -----

Marin ....--....----------------------------------. 98.2 0.0 1.8 -.........
lariposa---...----....-------------------- 87.1 0.1 12.8 ------
Mendocino ..---------- 9-------------------4.2 0.1 5.7-.......
Mereed ..........------ ------------------------------. 84.4 1.0 14.6 ------
Modoe-..-.....------.-------------...---------------- 93.1 6.9 -------

Mono .....--- -------------------------------------- 7.3 -...---- 29.7 .......
Monterey ...... ----------- -- 83.4 0.4 16.2-
Napa -. ------. ------------ --------------- 97.9 0.2 1.9 .---------
Nevada --......... ----------- --- 97.3 -- 2.7----------
Orange..-------------------. --------------------------- 76.9 0.2 22 9 ----

Placer .......-----------------------------------.----- 80.9 0.2 18.9 --------.
Plumas .....------------------.----------------------- 92.7 0.1 7.2 .----
Riverside --.....-- ----........... - ---------- 91.2 2.1 6.7---
Sacramento .---------... ------. ------------- 83.7 0.8 15.5 ...........
San Benito.....-------------------------------------- 82.6 0.2 17.2 --..-- ----

SanBernardino ........................------------- 74.3 0.6 25.1 ..-
San Diego------------------ 81.9 1.3 16 8 -------
San Francisco ------------------- ------------- 92.0 0.2 6.8 1.0
San Joaquin- ..--..------------------..--- ------ .------- 84.9 0.4 14.7 .. --
San Luis Obispo.------ -------------- ------ 92.1 00 7.9-- ----

San Mateo .-------- --.---------------------------- 95.7 0.4 3.9 .........
Santa Barbara.............------------- -- -------------- 79.3 0.5 20.2 ........
Santa Clara ----------------. ------ -------------- 90.1 0.3 9.6 .........
Santa Cruz ......-.----------- ---------- ---- --------. 90.5 0.0 9.5 ------
Shasta ..-------------..------------------ --- ---.93.7 0.3 6.0 --- -----

Sierra ..----------------- ------------------------------- 92.5 4.2 3.3
Siskiyou --------------------------------- 89.1 2.3 8.6 .-------
Solano...--------------.-------------------- 89.7 0.9 9.4 ------
Sonoma.-----------.-------------------------- 96.2 0.1 3.7 -
Stanislaus.........................------------- .-------- 95.4 0.3 4.3

Sutter -- --------------------------------------- 94.2 0 1 5.7 ...........
Tehama ....---------.-.- -- -----.................- 96.8 0.4 2.8----
Trinity..--------------------- 91.2 .. 8.8 ..------
Tulare-------------------------------------------------- 92.9 1.1 6.0
Tuolumne................................................ 95.9 0.1 4.0 ..
Tuolumne----------------------------------------------- 95.9 0.1 4.0 ----------...........

Ventura ------------------------------ ------.. 67.6 0.1 32.3 --. ------
Yolo.. ------ --------------------- ----- 84.3 1.1 14.6-
Yuba --....-- ..........----.. ----------------.......84.4 1.9 13.7-----

Totals....... --------------------------------- 86.6 1.2 12.1 0.1









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REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 5

Number of Japanese and Mexican Minors Registered and Percentage which these Minors Are of Total Number of
Minors Registered During October, 1930

Japanese Mexican
Counties
Number Per cent Number Per cent


Alameda..---......---------.....-------------------- ..2,241 1.7 1,524 1.2
Alpine.--..----------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Amador..----------- ---------------------------------------------------- 253 14.5
Butte -..- ------...............------------------------- 124 1.2 150 1.5
Calaveras----.... --.------------------------------------ 4 0.3 49 3 4

Colusa ---..-----........ .------- ----------------------- 91 3.0 230 7.5
Contra Costa.--.. ..----------------------------------. 339 1.7 1,479 7.3
Del Norte ...-------- ------------------------------------------------- --- ------------
El Dorado......-..------------..----------------------- 2 0.1 9 0.5
Fresno-..--..- ----------.... -------------------------. 2,575 5.4 5,563 11.7

Glenn. .. ...-------------- -------------------------- 4 0.1 63 2.1
Humboldt-----......--------.........------------------------- -- -- ------- 53 0.5
Imperial ....................------- -------------------- 917 5.7 5,703 35.7
Inyo ----------- -- ...----------- ---------------- 5 0.3 235 12.8
Kern ----------------------------------------- 271 1.1 3,060 12.4

Kings....------ --------------------------------- 324 3.8 1,972 22.8
Lake....--------. ---------------- -------------. ----------- .----------- -------
Lassen-.....--- .......------------------------------ -------------------------- 341 10.0
Los Angeles -------...-- ----- ---------------- 13,449 2.7 58,768 11.8
Madera ------ ----------------- -------------- 120 1.9 1,256 20.3

Marin ..-------...------------------------------------- 26 0.3 35 0.4
Mariposa ...---------------- ------- ------- --- ----- ------ 23 2.8
Mendocino .------------ ------------------------- 34 0.6 10 0.2
Merced...------------ -------------------------------. 400 3.1 1,414 11.0
Modoc..-------............ ----------------------------- ---------..------- 10 0.4

Mono ------- ..----------- ------- ------ ---
Monterey ------- ------------------------------ 1,011 7.1 1,140 8.0
Napa -----------------.------------------------- 18 0.4 64 1.3
Nevada --..------------------------------------------- ---------- 14 0.5
Orange..----------------------------------------..---- 695 2.1 7,338 21.9

Placer .--....--- --------------------------------------. 782 11.4 104 1.5
Plumas .....-- ----------.---------------------- 5 0.3 19 1.1
Riverside.........------------ ------------------ 293 1.3 5,257 22 9
Sacramento.....-.......-------------- ---------- 3,808 10.8 792 2.3
San Benito-----....------------------------------------- 294 7.8 359 9.5

San Bernardino -----....-.....-..----- ----------------.. 168 0.5 7,537 23.4
San Diego -------------------------------- 975 20 7,266 14.6
San Francisco ..---------- ------------ ----------- 2,110 1.7 1,757 1.4
San Joaquin --------------------- ----------------- 1,830 6.7 1,501 5.5
San Luis Obispo .------------------------------ ---------- 324 4.2 284 3.7

San Mateo -----------.. --------------------------- 269 2.1 211 1.7
Santa Barbara----------------.----------------..--- 624 3.5 3,284 18.3
Santa Clara --.--.--- -----------.------ 1,837 5.2 1,236 3.5
Santa Cruz .----------------------- ---------------- 675 6.9 188 1.9
Shasta -----..........----------------. --.------- ------- ---------- 47 1.3

Sierra ---....-------------- --.-----.---------. --------- ----- 3 0.5
Siskiyou ------------------------------------------ -------- 157 2.2
Solano --------------------------------- -------- 532 5.9 99 1.1
Sonoma.--..-..-------------------------.------------- ----------- ------- ------
Stanislaus ..-------------- -----------..-------- 229 1.4 767 4.6

Sutter ....----..---------------------------------------------- 154 3.6 94 2.2
Tehama--------------------------------------------------- 328 0.7 40 1.0
Trinity------------------------------------------- ------------- ------------ ------------ ------------
Tlare ...... ----------------------------------------- 581 2.2 4,006 15.2
Tuolumne ..--------~.~~~.--.... ..-------..-. ----------- ----------- 151 6.3
Ventura .------------------------------ --------- 216 1.2 8,113 43.9
Yolo ..----------------... ------------------- 557 8.6 395 6.1
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REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 8
Number of Minors Attending Schools, as Registered During October, 1930, by Typo of Class and School Attended

Type of class attended


Type of school attended Day school
Evening
Full-time Special Compulsory school Total
classes only continuation

Public schools. --..----------- --- 964,375 1,336 13,972 3,231 982,914
Private schools-------..--.....----- 66,50 401 44 24 66,075
Totals... ..-------------.. --- 1,030,881 1,737 14.016 3,255 1.049.889











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TABLE No. 11

Distribution of Employed Minors as Registered During October, 1930, by Time Employed and Age


Time employed


Age Partial-time
Full-time Total
Saturday Out of
and vacations school hours


Under 8 years--.....................------ ----.--------. 41 56 220 317
8 years-------------.-------- -------- -----..---- 47 129 166 342
9 years............------------------------------------------------ 44 268 391 703
10 years -..----- .....----------- ..----..----......-- 48 458 615 1,121
11 years..-----...........------ ------........... ----- 42 619 830 1,491
12 years----...----..-..-..... ......---------------..... 68 5,628 1,185 6,881
13 years-....---------------------------------..----- 89 5,045 1,551 6,685
14 years.. ...-- .......-.....-- ..---------------------- 183 5,679 2,474 8,336
15 years...... .... ....------ ---------- ---.---.---. 1,176 4,955 2,551 8,682
16 years -....---------------------.--- ...--- .-------- 6,000 3,234 2,576 11,810
17 years.....-------...-..--....... --------.. ------ 5,849 2,875 2,138 10,862

Totals -....---. -- ---------- ---......---- 13,587 28,946 14,697 57,230





TABLE No. 12

Distribution of Employed Minors as Registered During October, 1930, by Time Employed and Last
School Grade in which Enrolled


Time employed


Last school grade in which enrolled


None .... ....--
Kindergarten.....--. -----------
First ---. .........---- .......-...- ..
Second .---..-- --. .------.. ----
Third ..-------------.....................
Fourth ..---------------- - .-
Fifth.-- -------- -------
Sixth

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Tenth.-- -- -
Eleventh -.. ..------- ------
Twelfth.----- ....... ......----
Thirteenth or higher-..-........-- ...........
Not reported ...------ .----------....... -

Totals ................... ......


Full-time




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79
87
141
253
440
840
5,159
2,291
2,063
1,113
711
134
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132
267
584
2,534
4,377
6,378
6,927
2,147
2,029
1,764
1,253
81
18


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school hours


122
15
109
174
296
615
854
1,291
1,705
3,210
2,060
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1,373
954
86
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REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 13

Number of Native-born and Number of Foreign-born Minors, as Registered During October, 1930, by Counties

Counties Native-born Foreign-born Total


Alameda-..----....----------------------------------------- .120,563 9,370 129,933
Alpine ._-----..-- -------------------------------. 58 ------- 58
Amador.......-------- ---------..---------------.... ------... 1,694 55 1,749
Butte..------------------------ -------------- -----9,846 140 9,986
Calaveras-...-- -....--------------.---------------------------- 1,429 29 1,458

Colusa ...---------- --------------------- ---- -3,012 68 3,080
Contra Costa --... .... ...------- ------------- .-------------. 19,664 733 20,397
Del Norte .. ...----------------------------------------- 1,281 10 1,291
El Dorado --......- ------------------. ------------ 1,954 17 1,971
Fresno...-------..............------------- ----.. .....------ 46,262 1,148 47,410

Glenn ..----- ---.--...---------- --------- ----------- ----- 2,931 49 2,980
Humboldt...............------- --------------------------.. 11,318 174 11,492
Imperial --------- ------------------ ---- ------14,779 1,189 15,968
Inyo. .....------------------------------------------ ---- 1,792 43 1,835
Kern.--....--------......------------------------------ 24,183 567 24,750

Kings .--...-------------------------------------- 8,341 295 8,636
Lake ..--------.----... ......-- ----- ------ -------------... 1,931 15 1,946
Lassen._------------------------------ ------- ------.. 3,279 137 3,416
Los Angeles .-------------------------------------- 464,250 34,151 498,401
Madera ----- .....----... .... ..----- ----------- ------.... 6,007 186 6,193

Marin ...... ... ... ....-----------------------------. 8,530 298 8,828
Mariposa ..----- .. ---------------..------. 777 42 819
Mendocino ... .. ... .... ..----------------------- .... 6,010 65 6,075
Merced------.--- --------------------------- -----12,591 282 12,873
Mlodoc ......----- ---------------- ------ .------ 2,227 -..--- 2,227

Mono...---- .. ------------- -------------------- --- 327 ......327
Monterey-..---.---------------- 13,872 430 14,302
Napa.---------- -----------------..-------------- 4,909 88 4,997
Nevada-...-- ....------ ------. .....-------- ---- .2,603 48 2,651
Orange.------------------------------------- 32,498 1,018 33,516

Placer ..-- ...... .....-- --------------------- --- ---- 6,701 157 6,858
Plumas-----....--------- ---.---------------------1,721 30 1,751
Riverside .--- .--------.- ---- -- --------.----.- 22,170 747 22,917
Sacramento ---------------------- --------------34,174 960 35,134
San Benito........---------- ---------------- ------3,701 87 3,788

San Bernardino--.....-...- ---------------------------- 30,588 1,650 32,238
San Diego --.--.--.... ........------- ------------ -- 47,845 1,919 49,764
San Francisco.-- -- ---------------------- 115,988 6,629 122,617
San Joaquin-------------------------------26,567 674 27,241
San Luis Obispo ..---------- ----------------- ----7,530 138 7,668

San Mateo ------------ ---------------- --. ----- 12,094 527 12,621
Santa Barbara.--. ..------------ .--- --- ---- 17,087 816 17,903
Santa Clara..--.----.--- --- -------------------- 34,620 917 35,537
Santa Cruz..... ... ........ ---- ....... .. 9,669 173 9,842
Shasta...... -------------------------------------------- 3,466 29 3,495

Sierra...................------------------- --- 540 8 548
Siskiyou ------------........... ... -------.....----- -...- 7,068 175 7,243
Solano.....-- ...--- ... .....------ ------------..-----.. 8,800 157 8,957
Sonoma.--.......--- .. .- ------------ ----.- 15,261 303 15,564
Stanislaus------........... ...--------------- ----.- 16,409 287 16,696

Sutter------------------ -- -------4,187 73 4,260
Tehama...---------------------- ---------3,66 86 4,052
Trinity .------------------------------------- ------ 618 4 622
Tulare....--------------------------------------- --- 25,778 639 26,417
Tuolumne.....--.. ------------- -----2,334 45 2,379

Ventura...------------.-----------------.-- ------------ 17,529 956 18,485
Yolo.------------------------------------ ----- --------------- 6,348 131 6,479
Yuba--------.........------ --------- --------------- 2,965 44 3,009

Totals....-- .................... -------------------.... 1,314,642 69,008 1,383,650









REGISTRATION OF MINORS

TABLE No. 14

Number of Minors Registered During October, 1930, by Nativity of Parents

Nativity Fathers Mothers

Minors with native-born parents ........ ...--- -----------------------..---- 919,883 964,538
Minors with foreign-born parent...---------------------------------------------- 460,642 415,706
Total for whom nativity of parents is reported .......... ..---------------------------- 1,380,525 1,380,244
Total for whom nativity of parents is not reported.........----------------------. 3,125 3,406
Total minors -----.....------------------------------------------ 1,383,650 1,383,650


TABLE No. 15
Number of Minors Registered During October, 1930, Whose Parents Are Citizens

Number of minors whose fathers are citizens----------------- 1,080,361
Number of minors whose mothers are citizens ---------------. 1,083,958



























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TABLE No. 19
Total Enrollment in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex,
as of March 1, 1930

Grade Boys Girls Total

In elementary schools-
Low 1---........---- ...--.---- -- ...- -- .-----.- --------- 26,187 22,609 48,796
High 1. --.------------ -- .. ---- .---------- ---.. 35,937 32,466 68,403
Total, grade 1. -- ......... .......------- .......... 62,124 55,075 117,199

Low 2 _................. --....... ............. .. ....---. 17,022 14,723 31,745
High 2 --------~~.. ------ -32,230 29,834 62,064
Total, grade 2 ...---------------------------------- 49,252 44,557 93,809

Low 3 .---------------------------- -------- -- ------.. 16,537 15,492 32,029
High 3 -.....----.-----------... ...-------------- 31,917 30,824 62,741
Total, grade 3--.....---............----------------------. 48,454 46,316 94,770

Low 4 --.... -------------------------------.---.. 15,455 14,676 30,131
High 4 ------------------------------------- 29,741 28,880 58,621
Total, grade 4 ----------..-------- _------ 45,196 43,556 88,752

Low 5 ----- ------------ 14,372 13,705 23,077
High 5 -... -------------------------- 27,522 26,348 53,870
Total, grade 5--....--------------------- 41,894 40,053 81,947

Low 6..--..---------- ---------------------------. ---. 12,999 12,047 25,046
High 6 -------------------------------- 27,504 26,110 53,614
Total, grade 6 .---------------------------------- 40,503 38,157 78,660

Low 7-------------------------------------- 5,524 4,889 10,413
High 7..--------... -- ...................................... 15,390 14,577 29,967
Total, grade 7. _-------------------------- 20,914 19,466 40,380

Low 8---..............--....----------.......-- -----.--.----. 4,650 4,099 8,749
High 8 ----------- ---------------- 14,648 14,269 28,917
Total, grade ---------------------------------- 19,298 18,368 37,666

In junior high schools-
Low 7 ...----..----------....- .------ ---------------- 7,894 7,491 15,385
High 7 -- ------------------------- 11,180 10,933 22,113
Total, grade 7.. -----------..------..--- -------........ 19,074 18,424 37,498

Low 8 ------------------------------------------- 7,282 6,948 14,230
High 8---.--- .....----.------ -------------------------- 10,852 10,757 21,609
Total, grade 8 ------------------------------------------ 18,134 17,705 35,839

Grades 7 and 8 in elementary and junior high schools-
Low 7 -- -- ------- -- -- 13,418 12,380 25,79S
High 7..----....-- ....----- .. ...... .....-----................-- 26,570 25,510 52,080
Total, grade 7 -------39,988 37,890 77,878

Low 8 -------.-.---- ..-----.--. ----------------. 11,932 11,047 22,979
High 8 ..--. ................ .........--..--...... 25,500 25,026 50,526
Total, grade 8.. -------------------...... ..-...--.. ----- 37,432 36,073 73,505

Totals, grades I to 8 in elementary and junior high schools-
Totals, grades 1 to 3, inclusive-_..-- --..-....-..-.. ......----..-- ..-- 159,830 145,948 305,778
Totals, grades 4 to 6, inclusive_ -...- .-. ..--------- ------ 127,593 121,766 249,359
Totals, grades 7 and 8, inclusive:
In elementary schools ....---------.......- --- ..-..--....---- .... 40,212 37,834 78,046
In junior high schools --------- ------- -- 37,208 36,129 73,337

Totals, grades 7 and 8 ------------------------ 77,420 73,963 151,383

Totals, grades 1 to 8, inclusive ....-- -------- .........- 364,843 341,677 706,520










ACCELEITATION-ItETARI)ATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 20

Total Enrollment in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior High and High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930

Grade Boys Girls Total


In junior high schools-
Low 9 (0-19,..... --------------------- ------------------- 7,851 7,129 14,980
High 9 (20-39) ...- --------------------------------------------- 10,922 10,788 21,710
Total, grade 9 ...... ..--------------------------------- 18,773 17,917 36,690

Low 10 (40-59) ---------------------------------..--------------- 309 287 596
High 10(60-79) ----------------------------------.---------- 498 462 960
Total, grade 10---. --------- --------------------------- 807 749 1,556

In high schools-
Low9 (0-19) ----------- ------------------------------------ 8,153 6,346 14,499
High 9 (20-39). ------------------------------------- 11,478 11,447 22,925
Total, grade 9-------------------------------------------- 19,631 17,793 37,424

Low 10 (40-59 -----..-..-- ..-- ----- ------.----------- ----- -- 14,040 12,279 26.319
High 10 (60-79)--------------- ------------------------------ 15,347 16,462 31,809
Total, grade 10. ------- --..------------------- 29,387 28,741 58,128

Low 11 (80-99)...... ... ..... .......----------------- 10,377 9,429 19,806
High 11 (100-119) ...........---------------------------- 11,868 12,701 24,569
Total, grade 11 ------------------------- 22,245 22,130 44,375

Low 12 (120-139) ------------------------------------------ 7,425 7,026 14,451
High 12 (140 or more) -------------------.---------------------- 11,040 12,979 24,019
Total, grade 12 _-- ----------------. ------ 18,465 20,005 38,470

Grades 9 and 10 in junior high and high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) ..... 16,004 13,475 29,479
High 9 (20-39) .------------- ----.......-----..-.. -..---- --- 22,400 22,235 44,635
Total, grade 9 ---------------------------- 38,404 35,710 74,114

Low 10 (40-59) --------------------- 14,349 12,566 26,915
High 10 (60-79)-- ---------- 15,845 16,924 32,769
Total, grade 10-..------- --------------------- 30,194 29,490 59,684

Totals, grades 9 to 12 in junior high and high schools-
Totals, grades 9 and 10:
In junior high schools. ..----------------------. 19,580 18,666 38,246
In high schools ............... ---------------------------- 49,018 46,534 95.552

Totals, grades 9 and 10 ..---------------------...- 68,598 65,200 133,798
Totals, grades 11 and 12__ _-- ------------------ ......... 40,710 42,135 82,845

Totals, 9 to 12, inclusive ...-- __. .............---- -.... 109,308 107,335 216,643








ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 21
Range' in Age of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and Junior High Schools, by Grade
and Sex, as of March 1, 1933

Range in years

Grade Boys Girls Total
Lowest Highest Differ- Lowest Highest Differ- Lowest Highest Differ-
age age ence age age ence age age ence
In elementary
schools-
Low 1--..... -- 5 21 16% 5 18 13% 5 21 16Y
High 1..--------. 5 19 14% 5 19 14% 5 19 14%
Total, grade 1. 5 21 10% 5 19 14% 5 21 16%
Low 2 ..----- 21 15% 5% 16%] 11% 5% 21 16
High 2 --... 6 21 15' 6 19% 14 6 21 15%
Total, grade 2- 6 21 15% 5% 1 19 4% 5% 21 16
Low 3.----------. 21 151 6 17 11 6 21 15%
High 3 ....- 19 13% 6Y 20 14 6 20 14
Total, grade 3- 6 21 15% 6 20 14% 6 21 15%
Low 4 ------ 6 21 15 7 1 11% 6 21 15
High 4 ........- 6 21 13 6% 19 13% 6% 21 15
Total, grade 4 6 6M 21 15 6% 19 13 6M 21 15
Low 5.....------- 8 1i 10% 8 21 13% 8 21 13%
High 5 ....--- 8 21 13% 8 21 13% 8 21 13%
Total, grade 5. 8 21 13% 8 21 13% 8 21 13%
Low 6------ 9 21 12, 9 21 12 9 21 12
High ..-----------.. 8 21 13 8 20 12 8 21 13
Total, grade 6- 8H 21 13 8% 21 13 8% 21 13
Low 7....---------- 9% 20% 11 90 19 10 91 20% 11l
High 7--..------ 10 20% 11 9% 21 12 9% 21 12
Total, grade 7- 9 20% 11 9% 21 12 9% 21 12
Low 8 ...----... 11 21 10% 10 20 10% 10 21 11%
High 8---- -- 11 20% 10 11 20 9 11 20% 10
Total, grade 8- 11 21 10% 10 20 10% 10 21 11%
In junior high
schools-
Low 7....----------- 9 24 15 9M 19 10 9% 24 15
High 7 ..---- 10 19% 10 10 21% 12 10 21% 12
Total, grade 7--- 9% 24 15 9% 21% 12%/ 9/ 24 15
Low 8----- 10 21 11% 10% 19% 9Y 10 21 11
High 8...---------- 10 24 14 10 19% 9% 10% 24 14
Total, grade 8_ 10 24 14% 10% 19 9 10 24 14%
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Low 7---..-------.. 9 24 15 9M 19 10 9% 24 15
High 7 .. ..----- 10 20% 11 9% 21% 12% 9M 21. 126t
Total, grade 7- 9% 24 15 9% 21% 12 9% 24 15
Low 8----------- 10 21 11a 10 20 10% 10 21 11
High 8---------- 10% 24 14 10% 20 9 10% 24 14
Total, grade 8- 10 24 14% 10 20 10% 0 24 14%
Totals, grades 1 to 8
in elementary
and junior high
schools-
Total, grades 1 to
3, inclusive..... 5 21 16 5 20 15% 5 21 10%
Total, grades 4 to
6, inclusive ..--- 6 21 15 69 21 15 6% 21 15
Total, grades 7
and 8:
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schools..------- 9% 21 12 9M 21 12 9% 21 12
In junior high
schools...------ 9% 24 15 9O 21% 12% 9A 24 15
Totals, grades
7 and 8......-- 9, 24 15 9M 21 12 9% 24 15
Totals, grades 1 to 8,
inclusive.---..- 5 24 19% 5 21% 17 5 24 19

The following example illustrates the method of computing age-range: 5 years includes ages from 4 years 9 months
to 5 years 3 months; 20 years includes ages from 19 years 9 months to 20 years 3 months. Thus the range is from 4 years
4 years 9 months to 20 years 3 months or 15% years.









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 22
Range' in Age or Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior High and High Schools, by Grade
and Sex, as of March 1, 1930

Range in years


Grade Boys Girls Total

Lowest Highest Differ- Lowest Highest Differ- Lowest High- Differ-
age age ence age age ence age age ence

In junior high
schools-
Low 9 (0-19) -.... 11 22 11% 11 24 13% 11 24 13%
High 9 (20-39).... 11 22 11\ 11 24 13% 11 24 13Y
Total, grade 9- 11 22 11 11 24 13 11 24 13%
Low 10 (40-59).... 13 20% 8 12A 19 7 12% 20% 8
High 10 (60-79)_.. 13% 200 7% 13% 19 6 13% 20% 7
Total, grade 10 13 20 8 12% 19 7 12 20% 8
In high schools-
Low 9 (0-19)...... 11 25 14 11% 21 10 11% 25 14
High 9 (20-31) --- 11 25 14% 11% 23 12% 11 25 14%
Total, grade 9. 11 25 14% 11% 23% 12% 11 25 14%
Low 10 (40-59) ..- 11% 25 14 12 25 13 11% 25 14
High 10 (60-79).__ 12% 25 13 12 25 13% 12 25 13
Total, grade 10 11% 25 14 12 25 13% 11% 25 14
Low 11 (80-99)-- 12% 25 13 13 25 12% 12% 25 13
High 11(100-119)- 12% 25 13 13Y 25 12 12% 25 13
Total, grade 11 12% 25 13 13 25 12% 12% 25 13
Low 12 (120-139). 14 25 11 13% 25 12 13% 25 12
High 12 (140 or
more)....... 14 25 11 4 2 11 14 25 11 14 25 11
Total, grade 12 14 25 11l 13% 25 12 133 25 12
Grades 9 and 10 in
junior high and
high schools-
Low 9(0-19).... 11 25 14% 11 24 13% 11 25 14%
High 9 (20-39) 11 25 14 11 24 13% 11 25 14%
Total, grade 9- 11 25 14% 11 24 13% 11 25 14%
Low 10 (40-59) ... 11A 25 14 12 25 13% 11 25 14
High 10 (60-79)-- 12 25 13 12 25 13 12 25 13
Total, grade 10 11% 25 14 12 25 13% 11 25 14
Totals, grades 9 to
12in junior high
and high schools:
Totals, grades 9 and
10-
In junior high
schools ..... 11 22 11% 11 24 13 11 24 13
In high schools---- 11 25 14% 11 25 14 11 25 14%
Totals, grades
9 and 10.... 11 25 14% 11 25 14% 11 25 14%
Totals, grades
11 and 12__ 12 25 13 13 25 12 12% 25 13
Totals, 9 to
12, inclusive 11 25 14% 11 25 14% 11 25 14%

SThe following example illustrates the method of computing age-range: 5 years includes ages from 4 years, 9 months,
to 5 years, 3 months; 20 years includes ages from 19 years, 9 months, to 20 years, 3 months. Thus the range is from 4
years, 9 months, to 20 years, 3 months, or 15% years.









ACCELEkRATION-IBETAII)ATI )N OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 23

Lower and Upper Quartile Points and Interquartile Range in Age of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and
Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930

Age in years

Boys Girls Total
Grade
tntor Inter- Ivter-
Lower Upper Inter Lower paper Inter- Lower paper Inter-
pp artiler Lower Upper quartile r Upper quartile
quartile quartile quartile quartile uartile quartie quartile are
range range range

In elementary
schools-
Low 1 ..----- 6 01 6.86 .85 5 98 6 78 .80 6 00 6 83 .83
High 1..--.. .---- 6,46 737 .91 6.42 7.21 .79 6 44 7 27 83
Total, grade 1. 6.26 7 18 .92 6.21 7.10 .89 6.23 7.14 .91

Low 2........__ 7.08 8 12 1 04 7 00 7.93 93 7.04 8.04 1 00
High ...----... 7.51 8.63 1.12 7.43 8.36 .93 7.47 8 51 1 04
Total, grade 2- 7.36 8 42 1 06 7.29 8 22 .93 7.33 8 35 1.02

Low 3 --.....-- 8.07 9 24 1 17 7.96 9 04 1 08 8 01 9 15 1 14
High 3---.. 8 53 9 73 1 20 8 42 9.34 .92 8.47 9 61 1.14
Total, grade 3- 8.38 9 61 1.23 8 27 9.30 1.03 8.32 9 48 1.16

Low 4 ..- 9.02 10.27 1 25 8 90 10 01 1 11 8 96 10 15 1.19
High 4 ..-...--. 9.51 10 79 1.28 9.41 10.52 1.11 9 45 10.66 1 21
Total, grade 4- 9.35 10.64 1.29 9 23 10.34 1 1 9 29 10 51 1.22

Low_5 --.....-- 10.05 11.42 1.37 9.87 11.06 1.19 9 93 11.23 1.30
High 5 ..----- 10 52 12 08 1 56 10 39 11 63 1.24 10 43 11 80 1 35
Total, grade 5 10 34 11 80 1 46 10.18 11 47 1 29 10 26 11 65 1.39

Low 6 ------- 11 01 12 43 1 42 10 88 12 12 124 10 94 12.26 1.32
High 6....------- 11 51 13.07 1.56 11 38 12 60 1 22 11.44 12 77 1.33
Total, grade 6- 11.36 12.79 1 43 11.22 12.46 1.24 11.29 12.61 1 32

Low 7-...---....-- 12.01 13.70 1.69 11.81 13 23 1 42 11.91 13.50 1.59
High 7 12 52 14.12 1 60 12.35 13 70 1.35 12.43 13 93 1 50
Total, grade 7- 12.39 14 03 1.64 12 20 13.61 1 41 12.30 13 82 1.52

Low8 .-------- 13 03 1461 1 58 12 85 14 20 1.35 12.94 14 45 1.51
High 8 ..... ---- 13 51 15.05 1.54 13.36 14 69 1.33 13.43 14 88 1 45
Total, grade 8 13.40 14.95 1 55 13.24 14 61 1.37 13.32 14.77 1 45

In junior high
schools:
Low 7---- 11 97 13 49 1 52 11.82 13 12 1.30 11 89 13.31 1.42
High 7 -......- 12 44 13.88 1.44 12 35 13.57 1 22 12.39 13.72 1.33
Total, grade 7 12 26 13 71 1.45 12 19 13.40 1 21 12.17 13 58 1 41

Low8...--..----- 12.93 14.40 1.47 12.81 14 11 1.30 12.82 14.24 1 42
High ... .- 13 39 14 92 1.53 13 34 14 55 1.21 13.40 14.72 1 32
Total, grade 8 13.27 14 71 1 44 13 10 14 39 1 29 13 18 14 57 1.39
Grades 7 and 8 in ele-
mentary and
junior high
schools-
Low7 --- -----. 11 99 13 62 1 63 11 81 13.16 1 35 11.90 13.38 1.48
High 7. ----- 12.48 14.02 1.54 12.35 13 64 1 29 12.41 13 84 1 43
Total, grade 7- 12.32 13.88 1.56 12.14 13 51 1.37 12 24 13 70 1.46

Low 8 --..... 12.97 14 49 1.52 12 83 14 15 132 12 89 14 33 144
High 8--.......- 13.50 15.00 1.50 13.35 14 63 1 28 13 42 14.81 1.39
Total, grade 8- 13.33 14 84 1.51 13.16 14 51 1.35 13.26 14.68 1.42
Totals, grades I to 8,
inclusive, in ele-
mentary and
junior high
schools-
Total, grades I to
3, inclusive .- 6 85 8.72 1 87 6 78 8.58 1 80 6 81 8 65 1.84
Total, grades 4 to
6, inclusive .--- 10.02 12 01 1.99 9.85 11.71 1.86 9.93 11.86 1.93
Total, grades 7
and 8:
In elementary
schools..- 12.79 14.56 1.77 12.58 14 19 1.61 12.69 14.39 1.70
In junior high
schools... 12.64 14.30 1.66 12.47 14.01 1.54 12.55 14.16 1 61
Total,
grades
7 and8. 12.71 14.44 1.73 12.53 14.11 1.58 12 61 14 26 1.65
Totals, grades 1 to 8,
inclusive ........ 8.0 12.34 4.33 7.97 12.13 4 16 7.99 12.24 4.25










ACCELERATION -REIITADATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 24

Lowe, and Upper Quartile Points and Interquartile Range in Age of Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior High
and High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930


Boys
Grade __

Lower Upper Inutile
quartile quartile range


In junior high
sehools-
Low 9 (0-19) .... 14 01 15 50 1.49
High 9 (20-39)-_ 14.42 1573 1.31
Total, grade 9 14.26 15 65 1.39

Low 10 (40-59)-.. 14.62 15 84 1.22
High 10 (60-79) 15 36 16.58 1 22
Total, grade 10 15.03 16 27 1 24

In high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) -. 14 33 15 97 1.64
High 9 (20-39) 14.49 16.02 1 53
Total, grade 9 14 43 16 00 1 57

Low 10 (40-59)..- 15 14 16.61 1 47
High 10 (60-79)_--- 15 40 16.81 1 41
Total, grade 10 15.29 16.71 1 42

Low 11 (80-99) -i 15 99 17.46 1 47
High 11 (100 119) 16 34 17.71 1 37
Total, grade 11 16 18 17.60 1 42

Low 12 (120-139)_ 16 83 18.31 1.48
High 12 (140 or
more) 17 27 18.60 1.33
Total, grade 12 17 07 18.50 1.43

Grades 9 and 10 in
junior high and
high schools-
Low 9 (0-19)--_ 14 15 15 73 1 58
High 9 (20-39)._. 14.45 15 88 1 43
Total, grade 9 14.34 15.82 1.48

Low 10 (40-59)... 15.12 16.59 1 47
High 10 (60-79)_ 15.40 16 81 1 41
Total, grade 10 15.28 16 71 1 43

Totals, grades 9 to
12, inclusive, in
junior high and
high schools-
Totals, grades 9
and 10-
In junior high
schools- 14.28 15 68 1.40
In high schools 14.90 16 49 1.59
Totals,
grades 9
and 10 -- 14 67 16.26 1.59

Totals. grades 11 and
12 ...----- 10 49 18.07 1.58
Totals, grades 9 to
12, inclusive- 15 11 17.21 2.10


Age in years


Girls


Lower Upper
quartile quartile




13.83 15 15
14.30 15 46
14.08 15 35

14 77 15 89
15 27 16.29
15 02 16.17


14.06 15.60
14 32 15.63
14 24 15 62


14.90
15 29
15 11

15 80
16 16
15.98

16 52

17 00
16.83



13.92
14 31
14 15

14 90
15.28
15 11







14 11
14.72


14.49


16.20
16.44
16.34

17.18
17.30
17.21

17.82

18 16
18.07



15 36
15 55
15 49

16 19
16 44
16 34







15 40
16 13


15 97


Inter-
quartile
range



1.32
1.16
1.27

1.12
1 02
1.15


1 54
1.31
1.38

1.30
1 15
1 23

1 38
1 14
1 23

1 30

1 16
1 24



1 44
1 24
1 34

1.29
1 16
1.23







1 29
1 41


1 48


16 32 17.70 1 38

14.93 16.91 1.98


Total


Lower Upper Inter-
quartile quartile quartile
range




13.91 15 33 1.42
14 35 15.61 1.26
14 17 15 51 1 34

14 70 15 86 1.16
15.31 16 42 1.11
15 03 16 22 1.19


14 20 15.80 1.60
14 39 15 82 1 43
14.33 15.81 1 48


15 01
15 27
15 20

15 89
16.25
16 07

16.66

17.11
16.93



14 03
14 37
14.26

15.00
15 33
15 29


16 42 1 41
16.62 1 35
16.54 1 34

17 25 1.36
17 51 1 26
17.41 1 34

18 08 1 42

18 35 1.24
18.24 1.31


15.58
15.71
15 66

16 41
16.62
16.53


14.20 15 56
14.77 16.29


14 57


16.10

15 02


16.12


17.89

17.07


1.55
1.34
1 40

1 41
1 29
1.24







1 36
1 52


1 55


1.49

2 05


" ----------









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 25

Average Age of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and Junior High Schools, as of March 1, 1930

Age in years
Grade
Boys Girls Total

In elementary schools-
Low 1 ............------ -----..-......... --------------- 6.6 6i 5 6.6
High 1 .................-----.-------------------- 7.0 7.0 7.0
Total, grade 1 ----------------------------------------------- 6.9 6.8 6.8

Low2 - ---.........--.. ------------------------------------ 7.8 7 6 7.7
High 2 ....3------.. ..........--------------------... 8.2 8 0 8.1
Total, grade 2--...-.....------....------------------------- 8.1 7.9 8.0

Low 3--.............-------- ----------.------------------ 8.8 8.6 8.7
IIigh3 .... ... .. ......-- ------------ -. --------.... ....... ...... 9.3 9.1 9.2
Total, grade 3-_ ........... ...-.-- -- -------. 9.1 8 9 9.0

Low4 ..... .. -----......... -- ..-----.--- ....-- ..... .. 98 9.6 9.7
High 4..-....----.. ------------..----------------------------- 10.3 10.1 10 2
Total, grade 4--- -------- -------------------------------- 10.1 9.9 10.0

Low 5 ---.......-------- .. ..------..-------------- ---- 10.8 10.6 10 7
Iligh 5 .--.-------.............---- --------- .--- 11.4 11.1 11.2
Total, grade 5 ----------------------------------- 11 2 10.9 11.1

Low6 ......-- ------------------- ..--- --. ------- --------- 11.8 11.6 11 7
High -.. ....-.......-----... --. ----------- 12 3 12 1 12.2
Total, grade 6... -------------------- 12 2 11.9 12.0

Low 7 .. ... ........... ..------------ ------------------- 12.9 12.6 12.8
High 7 -..... ..........------------ --------------------- 13 4 13.1 13.2
Total, grade 7 ....-..---.... .....-------------------- 13.3 13.0 13.1

Low8 ---......-----------.-.------------------- 13 9 13 6 13.7
High 8 ...----....--............... ...-- -- 14.3 j4.1 14.2
Total, grade 8 .. ........------------------- 14 2 14.0 14.1

In junior high schools-
Low 7---...---... --- --------------------------------- 12.8 12.6 12.7
High 7 ....... ...................-------------------....... 13.2 13.0 13.1
Total, grade ---------- -- ---------- -- 13 0 12.8 12.9

Low8 --- ------------- ---------------------- ------- 13.7 13.5 13.6
High 8. ..-d--------- ------..-.----------------. 14.2 14.0 14.1
Total, grade 8 -------------------------------------------------- 14.0 13.8 13.9

Grades 7 and 8 in elementary and junior high schools-
Low 7 -------------.. . .---------...- .. 12.9 12.6 12.7
High 7 ....... ..----- ---- ------------------------ -------... 13 3 13.1 13.2
Total, grade 7 ------ ..------ .---. ..- ---------------------- 13.2 12.9 j3.0

Low 8. --...... ------------------------------- 13.8 13.5 13.7
High 8 ....---------------------------------------------- 14.3 14.0 14.2
Total, grade 8..-----------------------------------------------.. 14 1 13.9 14.0

Totals, grades 1 to 8 in elementary and junior high schools-
Total, grades 1 to 3, inclusive----.--.......---------------------- 7.9 7.8 7.9
Total, grades 4 to 6, inclusive.---....-...-..- .------------- --....... 11.1 10.9 11.0
Total, grades 7 and 8:
In elementary schools-------_-------. - -------------- 13.7 13 5 13.6
In junior high schools .--------------- ------------ --- ---- 13.5 13.3 13.4

Totals, grades 7 and 8 ------------------------------------- 13.6 13.4 13.5

Totals, grades 1 to 8, inclusive ---..----.... .. .--------------------- 10.2 10.1 10.2









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS
TABLE No. 26

Average Age of Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, In Junior High and High Schools, as of March 1, 1930

Age in years
Grade
Boys Girls Total


In junior high schools-
Low 9 (0-19g) .....------ --------------- 14.8 14.5 14.7
High (20-39) ------------------------------------------------ 15.1 14.9 15 0
Total, grade 9----------------------------------------- 15.0 14.8 14.9
Low 10 (40-59) ..--------------------- -------------------- 15.3 15.3 15.3
High 10 (60-79) ---.---------------------- 16.0 15.8 15.9
Total, grade 10 --...----------------------- --- -------- 15.7 15.6 15.7
In high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) .... ------------ --------- 15.2 14.9 15.1
High 9 (20-39)----------------------- ---------------------- 15.3 15.0 15.2
Total, grade 9 ... ..----------------- 15 3 15.0 15.1
Low 10 (40-59) ----------------------------------------------- 15.9 15.6 15.8
High 10 (60-79) .--------------- --- ---- ------------ -- 16.2 15.9 16.0
Total, grade 10 ...---- ----------------------- 16.0 15.8 15.9
Low 11(80-99)----------------------------. 16.8 16.5 16.6
High 11 (100-119) -------- ------------- 17.1 16.8 16.9
Total, grade 11 .------------------- ---------- -- 16.9 16.6 16.8
Low 12 (120-139).---... ..----------------------------------- 17.6 17.2 17.4
High 12 (140 or more) ------------------- --------------------- 18.0 17.6 17.8
Total,grade 12 --------------------------------------- --17.8 17.5 17.7
Grades 9 and 10 in junior high and high schools-
Low 9 (0-19/ ------ --------------------------------------- 15.0 14.7 14.9
High 9 (20-39)..---- ------------------------------- 15.2 14.9 15.1
Total, grade 9-------------------------------------------------- 15.1 14.9 15.0
Low 10 (40-59)------------------------------------------ 15.9 15.6 15.8
High 10 (60-79)..-------------------------------------- -------- 16.2 15.9 16.0
Total, grade 10 --..--... ----- --------- ------- 16.0 15.8 15.9
Totals, grades 9 to 12 in junior high and high schools-
Totals, grades 9 and 10:
In junior high schools.---------------------------------..-.- 15.0 14.8 14.9
In high schools ----------------------------------------------.. 15.7 15.5 15.6
Totals, grades 9 and 10 ---.. ........ ...---------------- 15.5 15.3 15.4
Totals, grades 11 and 12--.. -------------- 17.3 17.0 17.2
Totals, grades 9 to 12, inclusive---------------------------------- 16.2 16.0 16.1









ACCEIlltCATION-- ITAItDATION (OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 27

Average Increment of Age of Pupils Between Grades,in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in Elementary and Junior High Schools,
as of March 1, 1930

Grade Boys Girls Total

In elementary schools-
Low 1 to High 1 .. --------------------..... ..------------...... .4 .5 .4
High 1 to Low 2...- ..- .. ..--------- --..--... --. ---- .8 .6 .7
Total, grade 1 to 2 -- ..- ..---.... -...-------------- 1.2 1.1 1.2

Low 2 to High 2 .......... ... .......------- ------------ -. 4 .4 .4
High 2 toLow3 -- .................------------------ 6 .6 .6
Total, grade 2 to 3.. -------.----.. -----.. ---- ----- 1 0 1 0 1.0

Low 3 to High 3 .....----------------------- .5 .5 .5
High 3 to Low 4--..... ..- .- ...........--- .-------- .5 .5 .5
Total, grade to 4 ------------------ 1 0 1.0 1.0

Low 4 to Iigh 4 ------------------------------------------- 5 .5 .5
HiW h 4 to Low 5----------------------------------- .5 .5 .5
Total, grade 4 to 5-.. ... ...----- ------------------- 11 1.0 1.1

Low 5 to High 5 ......---------------------. --------- .6 .5 .5
High 5 to Low 6 -------------------------------- 4 .5 .5
Total, grade5to6 ------------------------- -- 10 1.0 .9

Low 6 to High 6---------------------------------------------------- 5 .5 5
High 6 to Lowh 7 6 .5 .6
High 6to Low7 ......... .......----------------------- ----------- 6 .5 .6
Total, grade 6 to 7---------------------------------------------- 1.1 1.1 1.1

Low 7 to High 7 .--------------------------------------------------- 5 .5 .4
High 7 to Low 8 --------- ---------- .5 5 .5
Total, grade 7 to 8 ---- --------- ----------- .9 10 1.0

Low 8 to High 8----------------------------------------- .4 5 .5

In junior high schools-
High 6 to Low 7..--------------------------------------- 5 .5 5

Low 7 to High 7...------------------ .4 .4 .4
High 7 to Low 8 ------------------------------ ------------- .5 .5 5
Total, grade 7 to -------- -- -------- ---- 1 0 10 1 0

Low 8 to High 8 ------------------------- 5 .5

In elementary and junior high schools-
High 6 to Low 7---------------------- 6 .5 5
Total, grade 6 to 7.-------- 1 0 1 0 1 0

Low 7 to High 7 ....-------------------. ---- ---- .4 .5 .5
High 7 to Low 8 -----.--... ...... ................ .......---------------------- .5 .4 .5
High 7 to Low 8 .5 .4 .5
Total, grade 7 to 8 ------------ ---------------------- ----- .9 1.0 1.0

Low 8 to High 8 ------------------------------------------------.5 .5 5

Average increments, grades 1 to 8, inclusive, by:
Half grades ...-------- -------------------------- .5 .5 .5
Wholegrades --------------------------------- --------------. 1.0 1 0 1.0









ACCEIIERATION-RETARDATION OF' IUPI'S

TABLE No. 28

Average Increment of Age of Pupils Between Grades, in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in Junior High and
High Schools, as of March 1, 1930

Grade Boys Girls Total

In junior high schools-
High8 toLow 9..---------------------------- -------------- .6 5 6
Low 9 to High 9 --------.--------.. ----------------- .3 4 3
Total, grade 8 to 9 ......------------------------------ 1.0 1.0 1 0

High 9 to Low 10--------------------------- --------- .2 .4 .3
Low 10 to High 10 ----... ...----------- --- .7 .5 .6
Total, grade 9 to 10 ..... .. ... .. ...---------- --- 7 .8 .8

In high schools-
High 8 to Low 9 ----------------------------------- .9 .8 .9
Low 9 to High 9 --- .. ------------ -1 .1 1
Total, grade 8 to 9 -.....--.......----.------------- 1 1 10 10

High 9 to Low 10-. ------------------- .6 6 .6
Low 10to High 10 -------- -------- ---- .3 .3 2
Total, grade 9 to 10 -- 7 .8 8
High 10 to Low 11 .. _-------------------- -.--.-- .6 .6 .6
Low 11 to High 11- -- ----- --- -.. -----_--_---_..------ .3 .3 .3
Total, grade 10 to 11 ---------- -------------------------- .9 .8 .9

High 11 to Low 12 --.....-------- ------------------- -- .5 .4 .5
Low 12 to High 12----------------- ..4 .4 .4
Total, grade 11 to 12.__ ------------- --- .9 .9 .9

In junior high and high schools, grades 9 and 10-
High 8 to Low9 _-- ----- -------- 6 .5 .6
Low 9 to High 9 ----------------------------------------------- 2 .2 .2
Total, grade 8 to 9 ----------------- .9 1.0 1.0

High 9 to Low 10- -------------- .7 7 .7
Low 10 to High 10.-__ ------ -- ------- .3 .3 .2
Total, grade 9 to 10-_---- ------- .9 .9 .9

Average increments, grades 9 to 12, inclusive, by-
Half grades - -- ------ .5 .4 .5
Whole grades ---.._....-------------------- .9 .9 .9









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 29

Normal Limits of Age for Grade, as Based on National Norms and as Based on Mid-points Between Average Ages of
Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, in California Elementary and Junior High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of
March 1, 1930

California norms, based on mid-points between average
ages for grades, as of March 1, 1930, in years of age
Grade National norms

Boys Girls Total

In elementary schools-
Low 1.............---------------- 5yrs. 9mos. to 6 yrs. 9 mos. 6 4 to 6.8 6.3to 6.7 6.4 to 6.8
High ..--.------------ 6yrs. 3mos. to 7 yrs. 3mos. 6.9to 7.4 6.8 to 7.3 6.9 to 7.3
Total, grade 1..-... 5 yrs. 9 mos. to 7 yrs. 3 mos. 6.5 to 7.5 6.4 to 7.3 6.4 to 7.4

Low 2- -------.------ 6 yrs. 9 mos. to 7 yrs. 9 mos. 7.5to 8.0 7.4 to 7.8 7.4 to 7.9
High 2 .--..---...----- 7 yrs. 3mos. to 8 yrs. 3 mos. 8.1 to 8.5 7.9 to 8.3 8.0 to 8.4
Total, grade 2 ...-- 6yrs.9mos.to 8yrs. 3 mos. 7.6 to 8.6 7 4 to 8.4 7.5 to 8.5

Low 3 ..-------------- 7yrs. 9 mos. to 8 yrs. 9 mos. 8.6 to 9.0 8.4 to 8.8 8.5 to 8.9
High 3.------------- 8yrs. 3mos. to 9yrs. 3mos. 9.1 to 9.5 8.9 to 9.3 9.0 to 9 4
Total, grade 3 --.. 7yrs. 9mos. to 9 yrs. 3 mos. 8.7 to 9.6 8.5 to 9.4 8.6 to 9.5

Low 4...------------- 8 yrs. 9mos. to 9 yrs. 9 mos. 9.6 to 10.0 9 4 to 9.8 9 5 to 9.9
High 4 .------ ---- 9 yrs. 3 mos. to 10 yrs. 3 mos. 10.1 to 10.5 9.9 to 10.3 10.0 to 10.4
Total, grade 4.....-- 8 yrs. 9 mos. to 10 yrs. 3 mos. 9.7 to 10.6 9.5 to 10.4 9.6 to 10.5

Low 5 ..------------ 9 yrs. 9 mos. to 10 yrs. 9 mos. 10.6 to 11.1 10.4 to 10.8 10.5 to 10.9
High 5- -...------ 10 yrs. 3 mos. to 11 yrs. 3 mos. 11 2to 11.6 10.9 to 11.3 11.0 to 11.4
Total, grade 5....--- 9 yrs. 9 mos. to 11 yrs. 3 mos. 10.7 to 11.7 10.5 to 11.4 10 6 to 11.5

Low6 --_.------------ 10 yrs. 9 mos. to 11 yrs. 9 mos. 11 7 to 12.0 11.4 to 11.8 11.5to 11.9
High 6.-----.---.------ 11 yrs. 3 mos. to 12 yrs. 3 mos. 12 1 to 12.6 11.9 to 12 3 12.0 to 12.5
Total, grade 6...--.. 10 yrs. 9 mos. to 12 yrs. 3 mos. 11.8 to 12.7 11.5 to12.4 11.6 to 12.5

Low 7 ----.--------- 11 yrs. 9 mos. to 12 yrs. 9 mos. 12 7 to 13.1 12.4 to 12.8 12.6 to 13.0
High 7 -- ..-- -- 12 yrs. 3 mos. to 13 yrs. 3 mos. 13.2 to 13.6 12.9 to 13.3 13.1 to 13.4
Total, grade 7--..--- 11 yrs. 9 mos. to 13 yrs. 3 mos. 12 8 to 13.7 12.5 to 13.5 12.6 to 13.6

Low 8. ----- 12 yrs. 9 mos. to 13 yrs. 9 mos. 13 7 to 14.1 13.4 to 13.8 13.5 to 13.9
High 8. -----. ------ 13 yrs. 3 mos. to 14 yrs. 3 mos. 14 2 to 14.5 13.9 to 14.3 14 0 to 14.4
Total, grade 8-..-- 12 yrs. 9 mos. to 14 yrs. 3 mos. 13.8 to 14.5 13.6 to 14.3 13.7 to 14.4

In junior high schools-
Low 7.... 11 yrs. 9 mos. to 12 yrs. 9 mos. 12.6 to 13.0 12.4 to 12.8 12.5 to 12.9
High 7...-- -- 12 yrs. 3 mos. to 13 yrs. 3 mos. 13.1 to 13.4 129 to 13.2 13.0 to 13.3
Total, grade 7....... 11 yrs. 9 mos. to 13 yrs. 3 mos. 12.5 to 13.5 12 3 to 13.3 12.4 to 13.4

Low 8 --- 12 yrs. 9 mos. to 13 yrs. 9 mos. 13.5 to 13.9 13 3 to 13.7 13.4 to 13.8
High 8 --------------- 13 yrs. 3 mos. to 14 yrs. 3 mos. 14.0 to 14.5 13.8 to 14 2 13.9 to 14.4
Total, grade 8 ..- 12 yrs. 9 mos. to 14 yrs. 3 mos. 13.6 to 14 5 13.4 to 14.3 13.5 to 14.4

Grades 7 and 8 in elementary
and junior high schools-
Low7 .---------- 11 yrs. 9 mos. to 12 yrs. 9 mos. 12.7 to 13.1 12.4 to 12.8 12.5 to 12.9
High 7 ---- --------- 12 yrs. 3 mos. to 13 yrs. 3 mos. 13.2 to 13.5 12.9 to 13.3 13.0 to 13.4
Total, grade 7 ..-- 11 yrs. 9 mos. to 13 yrs. 3 mos. 12.8 to 13.6 12.5 to 13.4 12.6 to 13.5

Low8 ---.....------- 12 yrs. 9 mos. to 13 yrs. 9 mos. 13.6 to 14.0 13.4 to 13.7 13.5 to 13.9
High 8 --------- 13 yrs. 3 mos. to 14 yrs. 3 mos. 14.1 to 14.6 13.8 to 14.2 14.0 to 14.5
Total, grade 8 ...-. 12 yrs. 9mos. to 14 yrs. 3 mos. 13 7 to 14.5 13.5 to 14 4 13.6 to 14.5









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 30

Normal Limits of Age for Grade, as Based on National Norms, and as Based on Mid-points Between Average Ages of
Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, in California Junior High and High Schools, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1,
1930

California norms, based on mid-points between average
ages for grades, as of March 1, 1930, in years of age
Grade National norms
Boys Girls Total

In junior high schools-
Low 9 (0 to 19) ....--- 13 yrs. 9 mos. to 14 yrs. 9 mos. 14.3 to 14.9 14.3 to 14.7 14.5 to 14.8
High 9 (20 to 39)-------- 14 ys. 3 mos. to 15 yrs. 3 mos. 15.0 to 15.2 14 8 to 15.1 14.9 to 15.1
Total, grade 9...-- 13 yrs. 9 mos. to 15 yrs. 3 mos. 14.6 to 15.3 14.4 to 15.2 14.5 to 15.3
Low 10 (40 to 59) ...--- 14 yrs. 9 mos. to 15 yrs. 9 mos. 15.3 to 15.6 15.2 to 15.5 15.2 to 15.6
High 10 (60 to 79) -... 15 yrs. 3 mos. to 16 yrs. 3 mos. 15.7 to 16.3 15.6 to 16.1 15.7 to 16.2
Total, grade 10 ---.. 14 yrs. 9 mos. to 16 yrs. 3 mos. 15.4 to 16 1 15 3 to 16.1 15.4 to 16.1
In high schools-
Low 9 (0 to 19).. ----- 13 yrs. 9 mos. to 14 yrs. 9 mos. 14.8 to 15.2 14 6 to 14.9 14.7 to 15.1
High 9 (20 to 39) ----- 14 yrs. 3 mqs. to 15 yrs. 3 mos. 15.3 to 15.6 15.0 to 15.3 15.2 to 15.5
Total, grade 9-----.. 13 yrs. 9 md. to 15 yrs. 3 mos. 14.8 to 15.6 14.6 to 15.4 14.7 to 15.5
Low 10 (40 to 59) --.... 14 yrs. 9 mos.to 15 yrs. 9 mos. 15.7 to 16.0 15.4 to 15.7 15.6 to 15.9
High 10 (60 to 79) --..... 15 yrs.3 mos. to 16 yrs. 3 mos. 16.1 to 16.5 15.8 to 16.2 16.0 to 16.3
Total, grade 10 .-- 14 yrs. 9 mos. to 16 yrs.3 mos. 15.7 to 16.4 15.5 to 16.2 15.6 to 16.3
Low 11 (80 to 99). -- 15 yrs. 9 mos. to 16 yrs. 9 mos, 16.6 to 16.9 16.3 to 16.6 16.4 to 16.7
High 11 (100 to 119) 16 yrs. 3 mos. to 17 yrs. 3 mos. 17.0 to 17.3 16.7 to 17.0 16.8 to 17.1
Total, grade 11.. ... 15 yrs. 9 mos. to 17 yrs. 3 mos. 16.5 to 17.3 16.3 to 17.0 16.4 to 17.2
Low 12 (120 to 139) ---. 16 yrs. 9 mos. to 17 yrs. 9 mos. 17.4 to 17.8 17.1 to 17.4 17.2 to 17.6
High 12 (140 or more) .-. 17 yrs. 3 mos. to 18 yrs. 3 mos. 17.9 to 18.2 17 5 to 17.8 17.7 to 18.0
Total, grade 12...... 16 yrs. 9 mos. to 18 yrs. 3 mos. 17.4 to 18.3 17.1 to 18.0 17.3 to 18.2
Grades 9 and 10 in junior
high and high schools-
Low 9(0 to 19) ---- 13 yrs. 9 mos. to 14 yrs. 9 mo. 14.8 to 15.1 14 5 to 14.8 14 7 to 15.0
High 9 (20 to 39)..- 14 yrs. 3 mos. to 15 yrs. 3 mos. 15.2 to 15.5 14.9 to 15.3 15.1 to 15.4
Total, grade 9 ..--- 13 yrs. 9 mos. to 15 yrs. 3 mos. 14.7to 15 5 14.5 to 15.3 14.6 to 15.4
Low 10 (40 to 59) .--... 14 yrs. 9 mos, to 15 yrs. 9 mos. 15.6 to 6.0 15.3 to 15.7 15 5 to 15.9
High 10 (60 to 79) .----- 15 yrs. 3 mos. to 16 yrs. 3 mos. 16.1 to 16.4 15.8 to 16.2 16.0 to 16.3
Total, grade 10 .--- 14 yrs. 9 mos. to 16 yrs. 3 mos. 15.6 to 16.4 15.4 to 16.2 15.5 to 16.4








AC'ICELEIAATION-RIETARDATION OF PI'I'ILS

TABLE No. 31

Number and Percentage of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, Completing the Work of More than One-half Grade
During Either Half of the School Year, by Grad? and Sex, as of March 1, 1930

Boys Girls Total
Grade
Number Per cent Number I er cent Number Per cent

In elementary schools-
Low 1 ---------.--.. 98 0 4 74 0 3 172 0.4
High 1 .------- 275 0 8 300 1 0 9 575 0 8
Total, grade 1..------- 373 0 6 371 0 7 747 0.6

Low 2 --- ...- 302 1 8 311 2 1 613 1 9
High 2 ---------- 480 1.5 39 21 1,119 1 8
Total, grade 2 ------.. 7S2 1 6 950 2 1 1,732 1 8

Low 3 ..- -- .. 524 3 2 661 4.3 1,185 3 7
Hih 3.. 39 1 7 595 1 9 1,134 1 8
Total, grade 3 .....--... 1,063 2 2 1,256 2.7 2,319 2.4

Low4 ----------- 441 29 508 3 5 949 3 1
High 4 .. 526 1.8 502 1.7 1,028 1 8
Total, grade 4 6 97 2.1 1,010 2 3 1,977 2 2

Low 5 450 3.2 431 3 1 887 32
High 5 ... .- 443 1 6 355 1 3 798 1 5
Total, grade 5 .. 899 2 1 786 2.0 1,685 2.1

Low 6 ---........ ...--- 426 33 340 2.8 760 3 1
High 6 491 1 8 454 1 7 945 1 8
Total, grade 917 2 3 794 2 1 1,711 2 2

Low7 .... 164 3.0 180 3 7 344 3.3
High 7-. ------. 277 1 8 234 1 6 511 1 7
Total, grade 7 ---- 441 2 1 414 2.1 855 2.1
LowS ..------ ------- 129 2 8 113 2 8 242 2 8
High 8 2 4 1 9 253 1.8 536 1.9
Total, grade 8.----- 413 2 1 365 2 0 778 2 1

In junior high schools
Low7 ---- 175 2.2 125 1.7 300 1 9
High --..------------- 196 1 8 207 1.9 403 1.8
Total, grade 7 .---- -... 371 1 9 332 1.8 703 1 9

Low 8 .... ... 214 2 9 203 2.9 417 2 9
High 8 .-- 277 2 6 279 2 6 556 2 6
Total, grade 8 491 2 7 482 2.7 973 2 7

Grades 7 and 8 in elementary and
junior high schools-
Low 7 .---------- ..--- 339 25 305 2 5 644 2 5
High 7 473 1 8 441 1.7 914 1 8
Total, grade 7.-.. 82 2 0 746 2.0 1,558 2 0

Low8 -. 343 2 9 316 2 9 659 2.9
High 8 561 2 2 531 2 1 1,092 2 2
Total, grade 8 9-04 2 4 847 2 3 1,751 2.4

Totals, grades I to 8 in elemen-
tary and j junior high schools-
Totals, grades 1 to 3, inclusive. 2,218 1 4 3,580 1.8 4,798 1.6
Totals, grades 4 to 6, inclusive 2,783 2 2 2,590 2 1 5,373 2 2
Totals, grades 7 and 8-
In elementary schools ----- 54 2 1 779 2.1 1,633 2 1
In junior high schools .... 862 2 3 814 2.3 1,676 2.3
Total, grades 7 and 8 1,716 2.2 1,593 2.2 3,300 2 2

Totals, grades I to 8, inclusive.... 6,7i7 1.8 6,763 2.0 13,480 1.9









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 32

Number and Percentage ot Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, Inclusive, Completing the Work of More Than One-half Grade
During Either Half of the School Year, by Grade and Sex, as of March 1, 1930


In junior high schools-
Low 9 (0-19....------------
High 9 (20-39) -----------
Total, grade 9.--........

Low 10 (40-50)-I .-----
High 10 (60-79..------------
Total, grade 10 ...------

In high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) --------. ---
High 9 (20-39)----- ---
Total, grade 9...---------


Boys

Number Per cent


504
3,553
4,057
131
102
233

1,333
6,795
8,128


6.4
32.5
21 6

42.4
20.5
28.9

16.3
59.2
41 4


Low 10 (40-59)------------ 5,798 41 3
High 10 (60-79)-- -- 7,622 49.7
Total, grade 10 --------- 13,420 45 7

Low 11 (80-99) ---.. ------- 4,382 42.2
High 11 (100-119) -..- -- 6,301 53.1
Total, grade 11 ..------ 10,683 48 0

Low 12 (120-139)--..-- ----- 3,964 53 4
High 12 (140 or more) .------- 6,354 57.6
Total, grade 12 .--------.. 10,318 55 9

Grades 9 and 10 injunior high and
high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) -------....-- 1,837 11.5
High 9 (20-39)------------- 10,348 46 2
Total, grade 9-......---- 12,185 31.7


Low 10 (40-59) -----------
High 10 (60-79--------
Total, grade 10 ----- --

Totals, grades 9 to 12 in junior
high and high schools-
Totals, grades 9 and 10-
In junior high schools_ -
In high schools.--....---

Totals, grades 9 and 10
Totals, grades 11 and 12

Totals, grades 9 to 12, inclusive-


5,929 41.3
7,724 4q.7
13,653 45.2


G

Number


518
3,666
4,184

127
95
222

1,140
7,949
9,089

5,992
9,334
15,326

4,702
7,671
12,373

4,044
8,003
12,047


1.658
11,615
13,273

6,119
9,420
15,548


iris

Per cent


7.3
34.0
23.4

44.3
20 6
29.6

18.0
69.4
51.1

48.8
56.7
53 3

49.9
60.4
55.9

57.6
61.7
60.2


12.3
52.2
37.2

48.7
55.7
52.7


4,290 21 9 4,406 23. 6
21,548 44 0 24,415 52.5


25,838
21,001

46,839


37.7
51.6

42.9


28,821
24,420

53,241


44.2
58.0

49.6


Total

Number Per cent


1,022
7,219
8,241

258
197
455

2,473
14,744
17,217

11,790
16,956
28,746

9,084
13,972
23,056

8,008
14,357
22,365


3,495
21,963
25,458

12,048
17,153
29,201



8,696
45,963

54,659
45,421

100,080


6.8
33.3
22.5

43.3
20.5
29 2

17.1
64.3
46.0

44.8
53.3
49.5

45.9
56.9
52.0

55.4
59.8
58.1


11.9
49.2
34 3

44.8
52.3
48.9



22.7
48.1

40.9
54.8

46.2


3--80245








ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 33
Number and Percentage of Pupils in Grades 1 to 8, Inclusive, Repeating the Work of Each Half Grade, by Grade
and Sex, as of March 1, 1930

Boys Girls Total
Grade
Number Per cent Number Per cent Number Per cent

In elementary schools-
Low 1--...---------------..- 7,373 28.2 5,474 24.2 12,847 26.3
High 1-----. 5,195 14.5 3,457 10.6 8,652 12.6
Total, grade 1..---------- 12,568 20.2 8,931 16.2 21,499 18.3

Low 2 ...-------. ..----.. -- 2,355 13.8 1,439 9 8 3,794 12.0
High 2...................... 2,857 8 9 1,728 5.8 4,585 7.4
Total, grade 2 --..---..- 5,212 10 6 3,167 7.1 8,379 8.9

Low 3--------------- ----- 1,615 98 1,090 70 2,705 8.4
High 3---------------- 2,025 6 3 1,449 4.7 3,474 5.5
Total, grade 3 .-....._-- 3,640 7.5 2,539 5.5 6,179 6.5

Low 4 ---.---- ---------- 1,261 8.2 841 5.7 2,102 7.0
High 4..------------- ------- 1,477 5.0 1,106 3.8 2,583 4.4
Total, grade 4.--------- 2,738 6.1 1,947 4 5 4,685 5 3
Low 5---------.. -. ----- 1,038 7.2 672 4.9 1,710 6.1
High 5 ------- -------- 1,140 4.1 792 3.0 1,932 3.8
Total, grade 5..-.....---- 2,178 5 2 1,464 3.7 3,642 4.4

Low 6 --___--------- 597 4.6 427 3.5 1,024 4.1
High 6 ----.............. 707 2.6 481 1.8 1,188 2.2
Total, grade 6 -.....- 1,304 3.2 908 2.4 2,212 2.8
Low 7--------------. ------ 378 6.8 201 4.1 579 5.6
High 7-..-----.- ------ ------ 474 3.1 275 1.9 749 2.5
Total, grade 7 ...----.--.- 852 4.1 476 2.4 1,328 3.3

Low 8 ----.------------------ 276 5.9 114 2.8 390 4.5
High 8 -----. -- 271 1 9 148 1.0 419 1.4
Total, grade 8 -.---__ 547 2 8 262 1.4 809 2.1

In junior high schools-
Low 7 --- .------------- 267 3.4 153 2.0 420 2.7
High 7 -. ---.........-- 459 4.1 285 2.6 744 3.4
Total, grade 7. --- ----- 726 3.8 438 2.4 1,164 3.1

Low 8 ----- ------- ---- 433 59 188 2.7 621 44
High 8-------------------- 589 5.4 330 3.1 919 4.3
Total, grade 8.---------- 1,022 5.6 518 2.9 1,540 4.3

Grades 7 and 8 in elementary and
junior high schools-
Low 7 ---------... --------. 645 4.8 354 2.9 999 3.9
High 7 --.... 933 3.5 560 22 1,493 2.9
Total, grade 7.--..--. 1,578 3.9 914 2.4 2,492 3.2
Low 8 --.....------ ....--- 709 5 9 302 2.7 1,011 4 4
High 8 -----. ------------.. 860 3.4 478 1.9 1,338 2.6
Total, grade 8 .. ---.-- -. 1,569 4.2 780 2.2 2,349 3.2

Totals, grades 1 to 8 in elemen-
tary and junior high schools-
Totals, grades 1 to 3, inclusive_ 21,420 13.4 14,637 10.0 36,057 11.8
Totals, grades 4 to 6, inclusive.. 6,220 4.9 4,319 3.5 10,539 4.2
Totals, grades 7 and 8:
In elementary schools...-- 1,399 35 738 2 0 2,137 2.7
In junior high schools.. ..- 1,748 4.7 956 2.6 2,704 3.7

Totals, grades 7 and 8 .. 3,147 4.1 1,694 2.3 4,841 3.2
Totals, grades 1 to 8, inclusive... 30,787 8.4 20,650 6.0 51,437 7.3









ACCELERATION-RETARDATION OF PUPILS

TABLE No. 34

Number and Percentage of Pupils in High School Grades Repeating the Work of each Half Grade, by Grade
and Sex, as of March 1, 1930

Boys Girls Total


In junior high schools-
Low 9 (0-1) ---------------
High 9 (20-39)--------
Total, grade 9 .. -----

Low 10 (40-59) -------------
High 10 (60-79)...----------
Total, grade 10 .------

In high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) -------------
High 9 (20-39) --------------
Total, grade 9..------

Low 10 (40-59) ...---------
High 10 (60-79) ----
Total, grade 10 --------


Number Per cent


1,070 13.6
1,211 11.1
2,281 12.2


60
35
95

3,123
2,149
5,272

4,120
3,336
7,456


Number


526
709
1,235


Per cent Number Per cent


7.4 1,596
6 6 1,920
6.9 3,516


19.4 31 10.8 91 15.3
7.0 24 5 2 59 6.1
11.8 55 7.3 150 9.6


38.3
18.7
26.9

29.3
21.7
25.4


1,711
1,179
2,890

2,651
2,256
4,907


27.0
10.3
16.2

21.6
13.7
17.1


4,834
3,328
8,162

6,771
5,592
12,363


33 3
14.5
21.8

25.7
17.6
21.3


Low 11(80-99) --. --- 2,987 28.8 1,866 19.8 4,853 24.5
High 11 (100-119) . 2,055 17.3 1,424 11.2 3,479 14.2
Total, grade 11----------- 5,042 22.7 3,290 14.9 8,332 18.8

Low 12 (120-139) ----------. 1,431 19.3 910 13.0 2,341 16.2
High 12 (140 or more)---- 1,168 10 6 809 6.2 1,977 8.2
Total, grade 12 --------- 2,599 14.1 1,719 8.6 4,318 11.2

Grades 9 and 10 in junior high
and high schools-
Low 9 (0-19) 4,193 26 2 2,237 16.6 6,430 21 8
High 9 (20-39) - ----. 3,360 15.0 1,888 8.5 5,248 11.8
Total, grade 9.-------- 7,553 19.7 4,125 11.6 11,678 15 8

Low 10 (40-59) 4,180 29.1 2,682 21.3 6,862 25.5
High 10 (60-79) ----- 3,371 21.3 2,280 13.5 5,651 17.2
Total, grade 10.--------- 7,551 25.0 4,962 16.8 12,513 21.0

Totals, grades 9 to 12 in junior
high and high schools-
Totals, grades 9 and 10:
In junior high schools 2,376 12.1 1,290 6.9 3,66 9 6
In high schools --. 12,728 26.0 7,797 16.8 20,525 21.5
Totals, grades 9 and 10 .. 15,104 22 0 9,087 13.9 24,191 18.1
Totals, grades 11 and 12 7,641 18.8 5,009 11.9 12,650 15.3

Totals, grades 9 to 12, inclusive__ 22,745 20.8 14,096 13 1 36,841 17.0
I7.
























SECTION III
Biennial Statistics of Kindergartens,
1928-29 and 1929-30








39


BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 35

Number and Percentage of Elementary School Districtsi Maintaining Kindergartens, Number of Kindergartens Main-
tained, and Percentage which Number of Kindergartens Is of Number of Elementary Schools, by Counties, 1928-29
and 1929-30.

Number and percentage of elementary school Number of kinder- Percentage of number
districts maintaining kindergartens gartens maintained of elementary schools

Counties 1928-29 1929-30
1928-29 1929-30 1928-29 1929-30
Number Per cent Number Per cent

Alameda .-.......-- 10 23.3 10 23.3 92 95 69.7 70.4
Alpine-- ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Amador2 --------- ---------- ---------- ----- ---.-- -.....
Butte...----- 2 3.6 2 3.6 2 2 2.9 2.9
Calaveras .---------- ------ ---------- ------------- ---- -- .. -----
Colusa -. .. _.. .. 1 4 3 1 3.8 1 1 4.5 4.3
Contra Costa-........ 10 19.6 10 19.6 16 16 25 8 25.8
Del Norte2------ ... . . . . .... -. .--- ... ...-- ..- -------- ---------
El Dorado .......... 1 2 0 1 1.8 1 1 2.0 2 1
Fresno .----- 10 6.9 10 6.8 26 23 14.4 13.0
Glenn ------------ 1 2.8 1 2.8 1 1 2 8 2.8
Humboldt .--------- 2 2.0 2 1.9 6 6 5 3 5 3
Imperial.----------. 6 14 6 6 14.6 7 7 12.5 12.5
Inyo.---..-- -----.. 2 8 7 2 8.7 2 2 9.5 9 1
Kern-------------- 11 12.4 11 12.5 28 27 24 6 23.7
Kings--------- 5 13 5 5 13.5 8 8 20.0 200
Lake,---------------- ---------- ..------- ------ ------- ----- ------ -------- -
Lassen 2 5.9 2 5.9 2 2 5 9 5.7
Los Angeles -..-..--.. 55 45.5 55 45.8 463 475 75.8 77.2
Madera ---------. 2 4.3 2 4.0 2 2 4.3 4.3
Marin-----.. -------. 6 14.0 6 14.0 10 8 18.9 15.1
Mariposa ----- ---------- ------ - --
Mendocino........... 2 22 2 2.0 2 2 2.0 2.1
Merced-- 4 6.8 4 6.6 4 5 5 9 7.5
Modoc..-----------.. 1 2.6 1 2.5 1 1 2.4 2.4
M on o 2 - - - .-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -. . ..-- -- -. .
Monterey -..------- 6 9.7 6 9.2 6 9 8.3 12.3
Napa --- 2 5 1 2 5.0 3 3 7.0 7.0
Nevada2 .------.------ ---------- ---------- ---------- ---
Orange -------- 20 46.5 20 47.6 42 41 48.3 47.1
Placer -------------- 1 2.4 1 2.4 1 1 2.3 2.3
Plumas ------------- ---------- ----- ----- ---- -- -------- -.. -.-.-............
Riverside_--- 9 17.0 10 18.9 23 24 29.1 31.2
Sacramento .------- 3 4.8 3 4.5 22 21 23.2 22.3
San Benito --------- ---------1 2.6 .-.------- --. -- 3.0
San Bernardino ...... 11 16.9 11 17.2 30 34 27.8 31.2
San Diego--..---.... 7 8.8 7 8.8 35 35 29.7 29.9
San Francisco .------ 1 100.0 1 100.0 69 72 75.0 79.1
San Joaquin -----.-_ 4 5.0 4 4.9 18 19 16.5 17.8
San Luis Obispo.---- 2 2.4 2 2.4 3 3 3.7 4.1
San Mateo .-----... 9 26.5 9 25.7 23 25 39.0 42.4
Santa Barbara ....... 6 12.2 6 12.2 14 15 23.3 23.8
Santa Clara ---.... 10 16.9 10 16.1 26 25 30.6 30.1
Santa Cruz _-------- 2 4.4 2 4.3 7 6 13.0 10.9
Shasta ..--------._. 1 1.1 1 1.0 1 1 1.1 1.1
Sierra ..--------------- ------ --------- --------- ---- - - -
Siskiyou..----- 2 2.7 2 2.7 2 2 2.7 2.7
Solano .---------. 7 16 7 7 16.7 10 10 18.9 18.9
Sonoma ---.... ------ 5 3.9 5 3.8 9 8 6.9 6 2
Stanislaus....-------- 3 5.7 3 5.7 6 6 9 7 9.7
Sutter. --- ------- 2 7.1 2 7.1 2 2 7.1 7.1
Tehama------------ 2 4.3 2 4.1 2 2 4.3 4 3
Trinity'----------- ----------------- ----- --- -
Tulare..- ------... 6 5.3 6 5.2 12 11 8.3 8.3
Tuolumne --------_ 2 7.4 2 7.4 2 2 7 4 7.4
Ventura ..---------- 6 14.3 7 16.7 11 12 18.0 20.0
Yolo.------------ 2 5.3 2 5.3 2 2 5 7 5 7
Yuba----------.. --- 1 3.7 1 3.6 1 1 3.6 3.6

Totals --------- 265 9.2 268 9 1 1,056 1,077 25.9 26 5

SUnion elementary school districts counted as individual districts. Percentage based on total number of active
districts, plus total union districts, less number of active districts in unions.
'No kindergartens maintained.








40
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 36

Average Number of Days Taught and Average Daily Attendance in Kindergartens, Percentage of Increase in Kinder-
garten A. D. A. over Previous Year and Percentage which Kindergarten A. D. A. Is of A. D. A. in Grades 1-8
Inclusive, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30.

Percentage increase Percentage kinder-
Average number Average daily in average daily garten A. D. A. is of
of days taught' attendance attendance over A. D. A. in grades
Counties previous year 1-8,2 inclusive

1928-29 1929-30 1928-29 1929-30 1928-29 1929-30 1928-29 1929-30

Alameda........------ 186 188 3,801 3,886 7 8 2.2 7.3 7.4
Alpine.- - -.........----- ---------- .....-.- - -
Amador..-----------...... -. ----- -- --- -----.. ..---- -- ...... ...---
Butte ...---...---- 171 175 47 49 14.6 4.3 1.0 1.1
Calaveras ..---------- ------- ---------- ----- -
Colusa------.. -- -- 171 160 25 26 *3.8 4 0 1.9 2.0
Contra Costa ........ 185 187 658 651 *2.2 '1.1 6.1 5 9
Del Norte ------------ ---------... .-------- ---------- ..-------- --- ---- -..----- -- .........
El Dorado-----------. 175 179 19 22 *20.8 15.8 2.0 2.3
Fresno ---------. 176 171 839 771 *3 1 '8.1 3 6 3.3
Glenn ---------- 170 170 25 16 *10.7 *36 0 1 4 0.9
Humboldt --..- ..-... 187 187 79 73 *12.2 *7.6 1.5 1.3
Imperial....--- 171 171 258 238 0.0 *7 8 3 2 2.8
Inyo.---.---------- 171 170 40 32 8.1 *20.0 4 7 3.7
Kern --.. 174 174 774 852 4 0 10.1 6.1 6.4
Kings-------- 170 171 137 156 4 6 13 9 3.2 3.5
Lake ---------- -------- --------- ---.. ---------- -.--- ------.-. -----.- ----
Lassen o -------- 176 176 116 128 *13 4 10 3 65 73
Los Angeles.-------- 181 183 21,056 22,881 0 6 8.7 8.9 9.4
Madera -- -- 171 172 55 53 22.2 *3.6 1.9 1.7
Marin.. -- -- 182 187 178 187 8.5 5 1 4.7 4.9
Mariposa ------ ------ ...-- --- -------- ---------- ------- ------ ---------- -----
Mendocino....-------- 170 170 76 51 52 0 *32.9 2.3 1.6
Merced..------- 172 172 136 153 *2.9 12 5 2.3 2.4
Modoc .-------- 170 174 17 18 41.7 5.9 2.0 1.7
Mono-------------- ------- -.-------- ---------- ----- ---------- -------- ------- ------
Monterey ...------- 182 185 268 269 21.3 0.4 4.6 4 3
Napa......- -------- 177 180 70 60 *5 4 *14.3 3.2 2.7
Nevada-------------- ---- ---- ---- ---------- ---- ------ ---------- ----------
Orange ------ 173 174 1,270 1,183 13 1 *6.9 7.8 6.8
Placer......---------- 174 175 22 21 *8.3 *4.5 0 6 0 6
Plumas ..------- ---------- --- -- -- -------- --------- ---------- -------- ----
Riverside. -------- 171 174 618 684 4.7 10.7 5 6 6.2
Sacramento .---------- 182 182 739 844 '4.5 14.2 4.6 5.1
San Benito.. ---- ------ 180 -- 36 --------- o ----- 2.1
San Bernardino..--- 170 173 1,010 1,130 14.8 11.9 5 5 6.3
San Diego -------- 180 187 1,581 1,638 0.4 3.6 6.9 7.0
San Francisco. --.--- 189 188 2,725 3,001 1.9 10.1 5.8 6.3
San Joaquini -... -- 181 183 498 516 9.5 3.6 3 6 3.7
San Luis Obispo .--- 177 178 86 82 26.5 *4.7 2.4 2.2
San Mateo.....----- 186 187 486 595 1.7 22.4 5.3 6.2
Santa Barbara .---.. 185 185 422 473 '4.3 12.1 6.1 6 2
Santa Clara ...------ 175 177 649 719 *4.4 10.8 3.6 3.8
Santa Cruz....-------- 185 184 112 149 2.8 33.0 2.7 3.4
Shasta --...-.---.-. 170 170 24 23 *4.0 *4.2 1 4 1.3
S ierra .. .. .. .. ... . .. . . . .. .. ... . ..
Siskiyou r .- ........ 170 169 46 45 '2.1 *2.2 1.3 1 2
Solano ----------- 176 178 213 239 8.1 12 2 4 9 5.3
Sonoma ---... .. 179 181 218 179 11.2 *17.9 2.8 2 3
Stanislaus. ---------- 179 176 198 202 7.6 2 0 2.3 2.3
Sutter 172 171 42 53 '14.3 26 2 2.0 2.6
Tehama ..-.-......- 167 170 32 45 '13.5 40 6 1.7 2 3
Trinity------------ --...-- -- ---- ------- -- -- --------- ------- -- ----- --- --
Tulare--....- --- 171 173 288 266 *1.4 *7 6 2.3 2.0
Tuolumnac.------. 177 175 31 40 '16.2 29 0 2 4 3.2
Ventura ---... ------ 182 178 373 433 9.4 16 1 4.8 5.2
Yolo................. 174 177 54 62 *3.6 14.8 1.8 2.1
Yuba ----------- 175 174 33 37 *25.0 12.1 2.5 2.7

Totals.-------- 180 182 40,444 43,267 2.2 7.0 6.3 6.5

Average number of days taught is computed by multiplying the number of days taught in each district by the num-
ber of kindergartens in the district, and dividing the total of such products for each county by the total number of kinder-
gartens in the county.
A. D. A. in grades I to 8, inclusive, includes grades 7 and 8 in junior high school.
SDecrease.
o Infinity: no attendance during preceding year.









KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 37

State Enrollment' in Kindergartens and Percentage which Kindergarten Average Daily Attendance Is of
Kindergarten State Enrollment, 1928-29 and 1929-30


Counties





Alameda ....-.....--
Alpine.---------------
Amador-------------
Butte .....------------
Calaveras -----..-------

Colusa -..- ...-----
Contra Costa ...---..
Del Norte .---------
El Dorado --------
Fresno.--------------

Glenn.... --------
IIumboldt .....------
Imperial -------------
Inyo ----------------
Kern ----------------

Kings -------------
Lake -..----------
Lassen ---.....--- ...
Los Angeles .---------
Madera......-....---

Marin----- ...--------
Mariposaa ----------
Mendocino ----------
Mereed..... --------
Modoc ----....----------

Mono----------------
Monterey -----------
Napa ---------------
Nevada.-------------
Orange.. ------------

Placer-......--- ....
Plumas...--------------
Riverside--......-----
Sacramento ...-----
San Benito ..---------

San Bernardino ....--
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 ..-------
Tnolumne -----------

Ventura ---------
Yolo .....-- ----
Yuba ..----------

Totals ---------


State enrollment in kindergartens


Boys


3,774
-------4---
45


13
650

16
834

26
89
239
30
733

133

108
20,897
43

189

65
119
18


254
69

992

20

508
819
----------

908
1,566
2,934
507
93

491
405
702
169
37


40
190
222
180

38
21

217
27

333
54
30

39,847


1928-29


Girls Total


3,915 7,689
. .--- - - -------^
43 88


26 39
671 1,321

11 27
819 1,653

23 49
96 185
197 436
39 69
721 1,454

125 258

113 221
20,448 41,345
55 98

173 362

55 120
125 244
18 36


246
82

993

14

484
865
- ----

876
1,552
2,751
501
75

508
418
685
149
22

- -- -
50
238
224
200

46
32
---------
250
35

343
58
39

39,409


500
151

1,985

34

992
1,684
----------

1,784
3,118
5,685
1,008
168

999
823
1,387
318
59

- -- -
90
428
446
380

84
53

467
62

676
112
69

79,256


1929-30


Boys Girls Total


3,716 3,625 7,341


42 56 98


17 24 41
607 664 1,271

13 15 28
713 729 1,442

18 19 37
86 94 180
223 205 428
26 39 65
736 708 1,444

158 139 297

101 103 204
22,091 21,750 43,841
47 59 106

203 194 397

48 40 88
148 142 290
26 16 42

239 267 506
56 79 135

890 943 1,833

17 18 35

579 543 1,122
869 873 1,742
29 28 57

1,015 931 1,946
1,690 1,581 3,271
2,966 3,007 5,973
555 532 1,087
85 75 160

602 560 1,162
432 473 905
723 690 1,413
166 154 320
17 26 43

- --- -- ----- -- --------
60 54 114
199 231 430
212 182 394
199 201 400

40 33 73
34 35 69

224 225 449
37 39 76

369 356 725
63 59 122
44 37 81

41,430 40,853 82,283


I State enrollment: Only those pupils counted who had not been enrolled in any other class of a public school in the
state during the school year. There is no duplication between kindergarten and first grade state enrollment,


Percentage kinder-
garten average daily
attendance is of
kindergarten state
enrollment


1928-29


49 4


53.4


64.1
49.8

70 4
50 8

51 0
42.7
59.2
58 0
53.2

53.1

52.5
50 9
56.1

49.2

63 3
55.7
47.2

53.6
46.4

64 9

64.7

62.3
43.9


56 6
50.7
47.9
49.4
51.2

48 6
51.3
46.8
35.2
40 7


51.1
49.8
48 9
52 1

50 0
60.4

61.7
50 0

55 2
48.2
47.8

51 0


1929-30


52.9


50 0


63 4
51 2

78 6
53 5

43.2
40.6
55.6
49 2
59.0

52.5

62.7
52 2
50.0

47.1

58 0
52.8
42 9

53.2

44.4

64.5

60.0

61.0
48 5
63 2

58 1
50 1
50 2
47.5
51.3

51.2
52 3
50 9
46 6
53 5

39 5
55.6
45.4
50.5

72 6
65 2

59.2
52.6

59.7
50.8
45 7

52 6


--~--~--









KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 38

Number' and Average Annual Rates of Salary' of Kindergarten Supervisors, Teachers and Assistants, and Total
Number of Kindergarten Certificated Employees, by Counties, 1928-29

Kindergarten Teachers Assistants
supervisors
STotal
Counties number
Average Average Average employed
Number rate of Number rate of Number rate of
salary salary salary


Alameda ...--------. --------------------- ------- 101 $2,094 15 $853 116
Alpine.------------------------ ------- ------------ ----- -- --------
Amador ------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
Butte ......--- ....-- ------ ---------- ----- 2 1,446 ----- ------- 2
Calaveras .------------------------------- --------- --------------

Colusa-....----------------- ------ ---------- 1 1,400 --- --- 1
Contra Cost-.....-------------- ---------- ---------- 16 1,703 3 1,572 19
Del Norte-....----- ------- --- --. ...-. -------...---- ------- ---
El Dorado-..-..........- ------------- --------- 1 1,400 1
Fresno.....--------------- 1 612 26 1,646 ---- ---------- 27

Glenn -.... .........----- ---------- --------- 1 1,300 --------- 1
Humboldt .------------------------------------ 4 1,370 ..- 4
Imperial -....... ...--- ---------- ------.... 7 1.493 2 1,375 9
Inyo -----------......--------------- -- --- 2 1,390 ---- 2
Kern -------- --------------- 1 2,300 29 1,640 2 1,550 32

Kings .------ -------------- -------- --- 8 1,356 -------- --------- 8
Lake----... ..----------- -------- -------- -------- ----------.----- -------- ---...-
Lassen --....--.------------------------- ------ ------ 4 1,410 --- ----- 4
Los Angeles -------. 2 3,200 647 1,834 138 1,187 787
Madera_ ----------------------------------- 2 1,460 ----- 2

Marin....-------------------- ----- -- ------- 8 1,571 ---------------
Mariposa------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ------- ---------- ---------- ----------
Mendoeino -------------------- 2 1,480 ----- -- 2
Merced -----..- ------------------------------ 5 1,412
hlodoe .----- ---- --------- ---------- 1 1,350 -- 1

Mono- -------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ------- -- --- --- -- --
Monterey ------- --------.----. ----- 9 1,535 ..- 9
Napa---.------------------- ---- ------ 3 1,440 ..---------- 3
Nevada.- - - -
Orange. ---.----------------- ---- -- -------- 42 1,527 7 1,295 49

Placer ......-------- --- ---- --------- ----- 1 1,200 --. .. 1
Plumas -..---- --------- ------ -------- -------
Riverside -...........-------- ---------- ---------- 23 1,385 8 1,256 31
Sacramento -.----------------- 1 3,132 24 1,638 1 960 26
San Benito--..--------------------- ---------- ------

San Bernardino ..........-- ---------- ----------- 30 1,355 2 775 32
San Diego ------ ----- 41 1,680 2 993 43
San Francisco ...------ ----- 1 3,600 84 1,956 .--. .. ..- 85
San Joaquin .. ----- ------- 13 1,752 --------- ----------- 13
San Luis Obispo....----------- --- --- 3 1,448 ......---- 3

San Mateo ....----------- --------------- .17 1,516 -- 17
Santa Barbara ..-------------- 1 2,300 13 1,554 5 1,260 19
Santa Clara ------- ----- 1 2,200 26 1,645 27
Santa Cruz .....------------- ---- --------- 4 1,S12 -- 4
Shasta ....... .---------- -------------------- 1 1,400 1.----- -- -

Siskiyou..----------------------------------- --------- 2 1,350 ..... 2
Solano ----------------------- 9 1,613 ......- ---------. 9
Sonoma....---------- --- - 9 1,543 --. ---- 9
Stanislaus-..----....---- -------- ---------- ---------- 6 1,517 6

Sutter-.. -..-.. ---------------------- 2 1,395 ------- 2
Tehama -.........--------..--- -------- 2 1,250 ....... 2
Trinity...-------------------------------------------------- --------------------------
Tulare_----::------------------ 11 1,3:::95 o ..... -----------.. ... 11
Tuolum ne -- --------------- --- --------- --------- 2 1,500 -- --- 2

Ventura ....-------- -------- -- -------- ---- 11 1,558 1 1,320 12
Yolo ...... ..---. .-----. 2 1,590 .
Yuba .--------------------------- --- --- ------1 1,320 ----1

Totals-.....----------8 9 '$2,847 1,258 j 1,767 186 $1,174 1,452

SNumber of teachers reported as number of teaching positions occupied at the dose of school by persons giving the
major portion of school time to kindergarten instruction or supervision.
'All salaries computed on full annual basis only.
i Kindergarten supervisor in Fresno City employed on partial-time basis: salary not included in state average.









4:
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 39

Number' and Average Annual Rates of Salary2 of Kindergarten Supervisors, Tea:hers and Assistants, and Total
Number of Kindergarten Certificated Employees, by Counties, 1929-30


Counties





Alameda-.--------------------
Alpine-------------
Amador.-----------------
Butte-.............. -------
Calaveras ---------------

Colusa ...................
Contra Costa-.----------------
Del Norte..--------------
El Dorado -------
Fresno --------------

Glenn...... .- .........--
Humboldt----------------------
Imperial .-
Inyo ---------- -----
Kern .--- ..............--

Kings --------------------------
Lake .---------------------
Lassen...--------- -----------
Los Angeles-......------- ------
M adera ....-----------

Marin ---------------------
Mariposa...-- -------
Mendocino ... ----------
Merced
Mrodn ...........
Modoc ....----........------- --....---

Mono-------------------------
Monterey -----------------------
Napa -------- ---------------
Nevada-..----
Orange .--------------------

Placer --------------------------
Plumas ---
Riverside -------------------
Sacramento------------------
San Benito .. ----------

San Bernardino -.....--......---
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....----------
Yolo---......................-------------------..
Yuba..-.-............. ------

Totals


Kindergarten
supervisors


Average
Number rate of
salary







S-- 3........010
---- ----- ------ -

- - -- -- -- - -- .

. ...................
........ ............


1 $3,010

.......... ..........
---------- ----------


1

---------
----------
2






















1
---------1

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



----------
......-.---
---------
---------






---------


----------
- - - -
- - -
1 - -


2,300

--------..


3,200



















3,120


1,500







2,400
2,200
--------
------ ---

------ ---



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




----------



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




----------


1,800



- 2,326
$2,326


Assistants



Average
Number rate of
salary


13 $914






3 1 ,618


----- -- ----------
----- --- ---. I ---


Numl



























1,





















































1


Teachers



Average
ber rate of
salary


107 $2.106


2 1,475


1 1,450
17 1,689

1 1,500
23 1,618

1 1,200
4 1,385
7 1,464
2 1.483
28 1,672

8 1,375

4 1,421
097 1,126
2 1,355

8 1,605

2 1,550
5 1,476
1 1,388


9 1,526
3 1,460

41 1,569

1 1,200

24 1,417
24 1,653
1 1,400

34 1,313
39 1,742
94 1,913
14 1,729
3 1,533

17 1,599
15 1,630
25 1,653
4 1,692
1 1,400


2 1,343
9 1,627
8 1,604
6 1,527

2 1,370
2 1,250

10 1,334
2 1,500

13 1,548
2 1,620
1 1,320

,726 $1,339


Total
number
employed'




120


2


1
20


24

1
4
9
2
31

8

4
1,249
2

8







32




1


26
46





1

36
42
94
14
3

17
17
26
4
1



9
8
6

2
2

10
2

15
2
1

1,925


1,398
.. -------
1,""00




1,057













1,512



1,300
960
---.-- ---


















1,170
995
-- - ---






















1,500


















1,500



S1,091
-- 95---
---------
- - -








----------

----------
1,300...
960...


150













" 5





1


1
3
1.----
----------




--------


5



8
1


1
3







----------




---------






------ --


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

1


190
----------

190


i Number of teachers reported as number of teaching positions occupied at the close of school by persons giving the
major portion of school time to kindergarten instruction or supervision.
2 All salaries computed on full annual basis only.
3 Kindergarten teachers in charge of double sessions reported twice.


-I


i








44
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 40

Minimum and Maximum Annual Rates of Salary' of Full-time Kindergarten Teachers,' by Counties, 1928-29
and 1929-30.

1928-29 1929-30

Counties
Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum
salary salary salary salary


Alameda -----... ------------------------------------ $1,380 $2,460 S1,320 $2,460
Alpine --------....--------------------------- ------------ ------------ ----- --- ---------
Amador --.. -----------------------------. ------- ---- -- -
Butte...-.------------------ ---------------------- 1,380 1,512 1,440 1,510
Calaveras..------ ------------ ------------ ----- ----

Colusa .....-----------------------.------------------- 1,400 1,400 1,450 1,450
Contra Costa ..... ----.------------- -----..... 1,380 1,850 1,375 1,860
Del Norte .-------------- ---------..- -- --- -- ---
El Dorado ....---------.----- ------------------- 1,400 1,400 1,500 1,500
Fresno ....---------------- ---- -------- ----------- 1,240 1,920 1,240 1,650

Glen ........------------------------------------- 1,300 1,300 1,200 1,200
Humboldt -..-...------------------- -------------- 1,300 1,400 804 1,740
Imperial .......------------------------------ ------- 1,350 1,800 1,300 1,600
Inyo .--.----------------------------- --------- 1,200 1,520 1,350 1,615
Kern ...------------------ 1,350 2,000 1,500 2,000

Kings ..--- ------------------------------------------- 1,200 1,600 1,300 1,596
Lake -...------------------------------------------------------
Lassen._ ..------- ------------------- ---- 1,260 1,500 1,305 1,530
Los Angeles ......--------------- --- -- ..- 756 2,440 650 2,400
Madera ..---- ----- ---- 1,420 1,500 1,350 1,360

Marin .......a----------------- ------------------ 1,260 1,680 1,320 1,740
Mariposa .------------. ---------- ------------------- ------ 1.300 1,460 1,300 1,
Mendocino ---- ------------------------------- 1,359 1,600 1,500 1,600
Merced ----- -------- 1,300 1,460 1,300 1,560
Modoc-.... .. .. .. ...---- --------- ---------- 1,350 1,350 1,388 1,388
A lo n o .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . .... . . . . . .- ,- -. . . . . .
Monterey ------------------------------- 1,500 1,680 1,470 1,600
Napa -....-------------------------- 1,320 1,500 1,380 1,500
Nevada....--------------------- ------------ -------- -
Orange..------------------------------------------ 1,000 2,000 1,200 2,160

Placer.. ...-------... ----------------------- ---- 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200
Plumas ..-------------------------------------------------
Riverside .....-------------------- ---------- 1,200 1,450 1,200 1,550
Sacramento ..--------------------------------------- 1,200 1,920 1,440 1,920
San Benito ... -- ---------------------------- ------ -- 1,400 1,400

San Bernardino .... ----------------------------- 1,200 1,650 800 1,650
San Diego ------------------------ 1,008 2,172 800 2,340
San Francisco ----------------------------------- 1,400 2,400 1,400 2,400
San Joaquin -- --------- 1,400 1,980 1,280 1,980
San Luis Obispo ------------------------ ------- 1,200 1,675 1,400 1,700

San Mateo .......----------------------------- 1,200 1,740 1,200 1,740
Santa Barbara -...---------------------- --------.---- 1,100 1,500 1,200 2,000
Santa Clara .......------------------------------ 1,200 1,730 1,200 2,040
Santa Cruz .... ........------- -------------------- 1,440 1,868 1,320 2,040
Shasta-.......---.------------- --------- ------- 1,400 1,400 1,400 1,400
Sierra .--.....--------- - - - - - - - - - - --.. . . . . . .. . . . .
Siskiyou ...----------------------- -- 1,305 1,395 1,305 1,380
Solano ..------------------ ---- 1,320 1,740 1,380 1,740
Sonoma ._.-------------------- 1,440 1,800 1,560 1,800
Stanislaus .-.... ----------------- ---------- 1,300 1,680 1,320 1,680

Sutter .------------- -------- ------ 1,350 1,440 1,300 1,440
Tehama----------------- ------------------------ 1,200 1,300 1,200 1,300
Trinity ----------------------.- -
Tulare -....------------------ --------- -------- 1,250 1,485 1,200 1,485
Tuolumne-.-------------- ----------------------- 1,450 1,550 1,450 1,550

Ventura -----------~~.-- --- ----------- 1,250 1,800 1,200 1,800
Yolo ....---- ---------- - 1,500 1,680 1,560 1,680
Yuba -------------- ------------------------------- 1,320 1,320 1,320 1,320

Totals--......... .----------------- ------.. ----756 $2,460 8650 52,460

SMinimum and maximum salaries paid in single and double sessions.
Supervisors and assistants not included.









KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 41

Number and Percentage of Kindergarten Teasherst Holding Each Type of Teacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1928-29


Counties





Alameda_-----------
Alpine..-----------
Amador ----.--------.
Butte ------
Calaveras ------------...

Colusa --------------
Contra Costa...-----
Del Norte .---------
El Dorado ....s---
Fresno --------

Glenn -..--..-- ----
Humboldt ----------
Imperial -----------.
Inyo......----------.....-----
Kern -...-...........

Kings.-----.----
Lake -..-- ..----
Lassen .........------
Los Angeles----------
Madera.---....------

Marin ----------------
Mariposa -...-------.
Mendocino ------
Merced ----
Modoc ..---------

Moono..-------------.
Monterey -------..-
Napa ----------------
Nevada -------------
Orange -------

Placer ....--.----
Plunas --------------
Riverside ----
Sacramento----------
San Benito.....--.--

San Bernardino......
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 ------ -._..
Yolo -..-...........
Yuba ---------------

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


Kindergarten
only


Number


18
















2
1
105
















11

1

4
11



2






I1













166
105 --

- - -
- - -




---------

---------














----------




----------









----------



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


Per cent


15 5









3.7







25.0
-- -- ---













13.3


12.5

















31
9.3
13.0



10.5






11.1













11.4
20 0 ---
- - - -














------- --






----------










----------
----------
3.. . 2
42.3__ __
----------

314


Kindergarten-
primary IP


Number


43





1


2

1

3

14
----"-;---











405


3
1




1







8
1













2













1
3614
14




405















































614


Per cent


37.1






5.3


7.4


25.0
33.3
----------
43.8




51.5


37.5

50.0




11.1
33.3

34.7



48 4
30.8


43.8
65.1
28.2
77



42 1
14 8
75.0




11.1
44 4
33.3


50.0

18.2
50.0

41.7

100.0

42.3


Kinderg
prima


Number


55
----------







24

1
3
6
2
1i

6
-----3---
3
277
2

4

1
4
1

--------g-
8
2



1

15
7


17
11
50
12
3

17
9
23
1
1


2
7
5
4

2
1


1

7
2


672


SSupervisors, teachers and assistants included, as reported in preceding tables, employed at close ofschool.
2 Kindergarten-primary certificates Class I entitle holder to teach in kindergarten and grade 1.
SKindergarten-primary certificates Class II entitle holder to teach in kindergarten and in grades 1, 2 and 3.
* Kindergarten-primary certificates Class 1 and Class II included.


arten-
ry 113 Total
certificates

Per cent


47.4 116


100 0 2


100 0 1
94.7 19

100 0 1
88.9 27

100.0 1
75 0 4
66.7 9
100.0 2
56.2 32

75.0 8

75.0 4
35.2 787
100.0 2

50.0 8

50.0 2
80.0 5
100.0 1


88.9 9
66.7 3
----------..---------
53.1 49

100.0 1

48 4 31
26.9 26


53.1 32
25.6 43
58.8 85
92 3 13
100.0 3

100 0 17
47.4 19
85.2 27
25.0 4
100 0 1


100.0 2
77.8 9
55 6 9
66.7 6

100.0 2
50 0 2

81.8 11
50.0 2

58.3 12
100.0 2
46.------ 1

46.3 1,452


Total
percentage
with higher
than
kindergarten
only'


84.5


100.0


100 0
100.0

100.0
96.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100 0
100 0

75.0

75 0
86.7
100.0

87.5

100 0
80.0
100.0


100.0
100 0

87.8

100.0

96.8
57.7


96.9
90.7
87 0
100 0
100.0

100.0
89.5
100.0
100.0
100.0


100.0
88.9
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100 0

88.6










KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 42

Number and Percentage of Kindergarten Teachers' Holding'Each]Typeof.fTeacher's Certificate, by Counties, 1929-30


Counties





Alameda------.......
Alpine.-..-------.. ..
Amador.. -. -
Butte..---.......-...
Calaveras ----------..

Colusa..............-
Contra Costa.........
Del Norte-----........
El Dorado ---.------
Fresno..----.........

Glenn.-.......------
Humboldt-----------
Imperial......-----------.......
Inyo --u ---------.-..
Kern ... ....--------

Kings ..--------..-.--
Lake .-- .--------
Lassen ..-........---
Los Angeles--.......-
Madera .-.........

Marin .....- ......
Mariposa -_----.....-
Mendocino _---------
Merced -- ---.- --..
Modoc...............

Mono ...--------------
Monterey ------------
Napa -..-------....--
Nevada.--------
Orange-- .----------

Placer.-............
Plumas ------------
Riverside .-----------
Sacramento ...........--
San Benito .......---

San Bernardino ....-.
San Diego -.. ..-...
San Francisco ---.....
San Joaquin ...------
an Luis Obispo .....

San Mateo..... -----
Santa Barbara .......
Santa Clara _--.... --
Santa Cruz .---------
Shasta -..---.-

Sierra..-------.......
Siskiyou.. -.----- ...
Solano --...........--
Sonoma ---......----....
Stanislaus --..........

Sutter ..------._-...
Tehama............
Trinity .............
Tulare.--.....-.. ...
Tuolumne........-

Ventura.............
Yolo .............
Yuba..... -..-...

Totals .-----...-


I
9


11
4
11

1

1
3






1
1


1
1








241


3.1
34.6


30.5
9.5
11.7

33.3

5.9
17.6






11.1
12.5


50.0
50.0







12.5
----------
50.0. .
.. 0.0.. .
----------


^


Kindergarten
only


Number Per cent


15 12.5






2 10.0
--------y ----------
3 12 5







1 125.
165-- -- --- 1- ---


1 12.5
---------- ------ -




1 12.5


1 20.0






4 8.7


Supervisors, teachers and assistants included, as reported in preceding tables, employed at close of school.
SKindergarten-primary certificates, Class 1, entitle holder to teach in kindergarten and grade 1.
SKindergarten-primary certificates, Class II, entitle holder to teach in kindergarten and in grades 1, 2 and 3.
SKindergarten-primary certificates, Class I and Class II, included.


Kindergarten- Kinder
primary 12 prim;


Number Per cent Number


43 35.8 62


-------- --------^-- 2---


1 100 0
3 15.0 15

---------- -1-- I
1 4.2 20


1 25.0 3
4 44 4 5
----.. -- .... -- -- 2
2
14 45.2 17

---------- ---- - 7
7

-------- -------1--- "4'
640 51 3 440
---------- ---------- 2

3 37 0 4

S 50 0 1
-- -- 4-- - - -- 4 -
--------- -------- I


..--- ----- ---------- 9
2 66.7 1

18 39.1 24

---------- ---------- 1

16 50.0 15
4 15.4 13


5 13.9 20
29 69.1 9
26 27.7 57
--------- ---- -- 14
1 33 3 1

--- -- 16
7 41.2 7
6 23.1 20
1 25.0 3
--------- --.------- 1


- - - - - - - 2
1 11.1 7
2 25 0 5
3 50.0 3

..----------.- 1
1 50.0 ..-----

2 20.0 8
1 50.0 1

4 26.7 11
-------- - 2
1 100.0 ----------

841 43.7 843


-------~----


garten-
ary II


Per cent


51.7


100 0



75 0

100.0
83.3

100.0
75 0
55 .

54 8

87 5

100 0
35.2
100.0

50 0


80.0
100 0


100.0
33.3

541 2

100.0
----------
46 9
50.0
100 0

55.6
21.4
60 6
100.0
33.4

94.1
41.2
76.9
75.0
100 0


100.0
77.8
62.5
50.0

50.0


80.0
50 0

73 3
100.0


43.8


Total
certificates




120


2



20

1
24

1
4
9
2
31

8

4
1,249
2

8

2
5



9
3

46

1

32
26
1

36
42
94
14
3

17
17
26
4
1


2
9
8
6

2
2

10
2

15

15

1,925


Total
percentage
with higher
than
kindergarten
only'


87.5


100.0


100.0
90.0

100.0
87.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

87.5

100.0
86.5
100.0

87.5

100.0
80.0
100.0


100.0
100.0





96 9
65.4
100.0

69.5
90.5
88.3
100.0
66.7

94.1
82.4
100.0
100.0
100.0


100.0
88.9
87.5
100.0

50.0
50.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1007.5
87.5









KINDERGARTENS

TABLE 43

Professional Training of Kindergarten Teachers,' by Counties, 1928-29


Counties






Alameda. -..--- --
Alpine...-----------
Amador-----------
Butte -------------
Calaveras .---------
Colusa -....---
Contra Costa .----
Del Norte .------.
El Dorado ----...-
Fresno .------------
Glenn .........--
Humboldt........ --
Imperial ..---------
Inyo .....---------------
Kern .....--.-
Kings -----------
Lake----..--
Lassen -------------
Los Angeles .---....
Madera -------------
Marin -------....
Mariposa --.....---
Mendocino -------
Merced ----------
Modoc --- ..------
Mono ------------_
Monterey ----------
Napa---------------
Nevada ------------
Orange ------
Placer --------------
Plumas-------------
Riverside-.......---
Sacramento ...-----
San Benito -.----
San Bernardino -----
San Diego -------
San Francisco --..--
San Joaquin --------
San Luis Obispo ----
San Mateo _--------
Santa Barbara -----
Santa Clara-.--... -
Santa Cruz --------
Shasta --..--.....-
Sierra --------------
Siskiyou ------------
Solano .....-------------
Sonoma .-------.--
Stanislaus--....----
Sutter ---------........---
Tchama-..--....---
Trinity .---------
Tulare --..... ----
Tuolumne .........-
Ventura.......------
Yolo .....-------
Yuba .-------------

Totals ....------


Number of kindergarten teachers receiving
training in2


Normal school or
teachers college


Credential
only


99

2


1
19


25
1
4
8
2
32
8

4
736

5

2
5
1

8
3

40
1

30
26

28
40
79
13
3
17
18
21
3
1

2
9
9
6
1
2


Bachelor's
degree


4








2








12










4





2
1


1

4







1


11 ---
11 ---------
2
7 1
1 1
1 ,

1,337 35


College or university


Bachelor Fifth year
Bachelor but not Higher
degree higher degree
only degree

7 1 2




..............................


23 13

2


2
1
1




1












3


45


2


18


3


Total number and Number and per-
percentage pro- centage with bache-
fessionally trained lor's or higher degree


Num- Per
her cent


113 97 4


2 100.0
- - - - - - - -


1
19


1
4
9
2
32
8

4
787

8

2
5
1

9
3





26

32
41
81
13
3
17
19
27
4
1

2
9

6
2
2

11
2
12
2
1


1,441


100.0
100.0

100 0
100 0
100.0
100 0
100 0
100 0
100.0
100.0

100 0
100 0

100.0

100.0
100 0
100.0

100 0
100.0

100 0
100.0

100.0
100.0

100.0
95.3
95.3
100.0
100 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0


Num- Per
her cent


14








2










3











1




2




6







1




5
1


12.4








74


111





6.5

37.5





11.1


18.4


3.2


12.5
2.4
2.5



5.3
22.2
25.0






50.0




41.7
50 0


SDuplications of individuals holding more than one position are not eliminated.
Each individual reported only under proper heading to designate highest amount of training received.
The difference between the total percentage professionally trained and 100% represents the percentage of kinder-
garten teachers certificated by county boards of education on examination only.


1-11-1--11-1


"


1


1









48
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 44

Professional Training of Kindergarten Teachers,, by Counties, 1929-30


Number of kindergarten teachers receiving


Counties







Alameda -
Alpine..--------..
Amador ------------
Bntte .....--.....-----
Calaveras ---------
Colusa -----------
Contra Costa -......
Del Norte .--------
1l Dorado ..-----
Fresno....-.....---
Glenn ........--------
Humboldt...---------
Imperial ..........----------
Inyo -------------
Kern.............
Kings. -----------.............
Lake -.---------
Lassen............
Los Angeles -..-----
Madera -------------
Marin-----........------..--
Mariposa -----
Mendocino ---------
Merced --......---------
Alodoc..............
Mono--------------
Monterey --------..
Napa.--------------
Nevada ..-------.
Orange.----------
Placer -------------
Plumas.
Riverside-..---..---
Sacramento .----_
San Benito --------
San Bernardino --..-
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.......-----
Yolo .---.... .--
Yuba..........l...

Totals ........-


Normal school or
teachers college College or university
teachers college


Bachelor' Fifth year
Credential Bachelor's helor's but not High
only degree ge higher degr
only degree only degree


105 6 3 3
-------- --------- ------- ---------''_' ------'



1
20
1 --...---- ..-- ----- --..........---.
20 ----- ----- ..........-- ----......--- ---..


22 2
1 ------ -------- -.. --- --
2 --------- ---------------- ------

4 ........-- -- .... ..... ......... ......
9 ------- ------- -------- ----.
2
26 ....... 5 ----- ---
8 .-.--- ...---- -------... -----.

4 -------- --..... .. ... ..
1,150 20 49 24
25 1 ... .... ...--.
5 2 --.

2 . . .. . - - - -
1 --.......---- ------- .. ....-.. --- .












33- ------- ----- -----
S40 .. .-. 1
14 1- - --- ------





3 1 1 ---- --....--------------- ----..

1 ... ..... ........... .. .. ......
30 1 1

1






4 ......... .......... ... .. .....
25 --------- -------- -.-------- --.---

I ------.-- --------- --------- -----
16 1 -- ..- .------
20 4 1
S......... 2--......... .. .....


2 ..----- -. ... ----
9

4 2.
4 2 ...... ......... ...

2
2 ......... ............ ........ ....
19 1.... .......
27 --------- -------- ------- -----


1 ......... .............. --- .- .. ..
12 1 --- 2 ---
I 1 ------- --- -----


1,760 50 69 30


r ingail n i


SDuplications of individuals holding more than one position are not eliminated.
SEach individual reported only under proper heading to designate highest amount of training received.
*The difference between the total percentage professionally trained and 100% represents the percentage of kinder-
garten teachers certificated by county boards of education on examination only.


Total number and Number and per-
percentage pro- centage with bache-
fessionally trained3 lor's or higher degree




er Num- Per Num- Per
ee her cent her cent


3 120 100.0 15 12.5


--- 2 100.0 - -

1 100.0 --
20 100 0 -

1 100.0-
24 100 0 2 8.3
1 100.0
4 100.0 -
9 100 0
2 100.0
31 100.0 5 16.1
8 100 0

. .. 4 100.0 .
6 1,249 100.0 99 7.9
2 100.0 --- -----
8 100.0 3 37.5

2 100.0 --
5 100.0......
1 10 .0 -

9 100.0 2 22.2
S 3 100.0

45 97.8 7 15.2
S 1 100.0 --- ---

32 100.0 2 6.3
S 25 96.2--
1 100.0
S 36 100.0 3 8.3
1 42 100.0 2 4.8
91 96.8 5 5.3
14 100.0
3 100.0
17 100.0
17 100.0 1 5.9
1 26 100.0 6 23.1
4 100.0
1 100.0

.... 2 100.0
9 100.0 ----
8 100.0 1 12.5
6 100.0 2 33.3
2 100.0
2 100.0 ----
---- -------- ---^----- -------^- -----^---

2 100.0 --
15 100.0 3 20.0
S 2 100.0 1 50.0
1 100 0 ------

11 1,920 99.7 160 8.3









KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 45

Valuation of Kindergarten Property,' by Counties, 1928-29


Counties


Alameda ...------- --------
Alpine..... ------------
Amador--------- --------
Butte ... ------------------------...
Calavcras...------ -----

Colusa .. --------.........-
Contra Costa ----
Del Norte --- -----------
El Dorado ---------
Fresno.--------

Glenn ....------- ---- -.....
Humboldt --------- ..............
Imperial -------- --------
Inyo --------------------.--------------.-----
Kern ----.----------

Kings............ .............
Lake.
Lassen --- ....... --
Los Angeles --------
lMadera-----------------------

Marin.--------
M ariposa ------------------
Mendocino ------------------------
Merced -- -------
Modoc................................------------------------------------

Mono -- ----- ---
Monterey.................................
Napa s.-------.-.. ._..-.
Nevada
Orange-- --------------, -----------^ --_---

Placer--------------------------------------
Plum as-- - ------- --------. _,-----------
Orangie .-... .....-.... ... ..... ...--
Placer. ............
l'lumas
an BRiverideto..... ....... ..... ...........
Sacramento -
San Benito

San Bernardino -.........-....--.--
San Diego--- .............
San Francisco ------ ----
San Joaquin ---...
San Luis Obispo ---------------

San Mateo -------_ _-- ..-.....
Santa Barbara ----------
Santa Clara----.---.-----
Santa Cruzs. .. ---
Shasta --... ----- ....--- .-

Sierra----- -... --- ____-
Siskiyou --...- -----------..-.
Solano --....----------..... .
Sonoma ....------------- .........- ..- .
Stanislaus ---.... ----- ............ .....

Sutter ....- ... ....
Tchama --- ----...-- .-....._._ ____ -
Trinity-....---.-.. - - -
Tulare ---------- -----... .... ......... .
Tuolumne.....----------------

Ventura .......-.....-.... ..
Yolo -- --
Yuba .

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


Grounds Buildings


$3,000










600
36,000

2,450







560


4,000


5,500



4,000




10,000


1,000

20,000
28,500
65,000





200
800


1,000

1,000
500




$154,050
--.140-----0
...-........
............









- - - - -


$34,500


1,000

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

27,850

1,500




1,000
66,750

13,200


750





3,700



16,200


65,682



10,000
9,600


7,500
23,539


4,000

25,000
63,000
125,000
------------




1,000
8,500
------------

2,500


3,440





$515,211


Library
books


$2,936





30
220
------------
75
5

5
55
150

1,287

140


2,780


171
10
100
5


45


1,405

30

242



413
300

520
65

735
200
438
75
20


-----.------

70

50
31

112
8

15
52


$12,795


Equipment



$42,640


1,300


600
2,100

750
20

100
1,600
3,687
700
19,615

3,580

500
36,414
300

3,312

2,000
2,800
500


4,050


36,967

400

5,800
1,840


17,000
5,032
24,692
2,080
1,250

5,665
9,450
10,200
1,500
200



4,458
2,920
1,700

2,300
800

3,508
200

5,050
1,450


$271,030


Total
valuation
of property


$80,076


5,300


630
30,170

2,325
25

105
1,655
3,837
2,300
123,652

19,370

500
39,044
300

3,483

2,010
7,100
505


24,295
0

109,554

430

20,042
11,440


24,913
38,871
24,692
2,600
6,315

51,400
101,150
200,638
1,575
220


0
5,658
12,220
1,770

5,850
831
8,060
708

5,065
1,502
0

$983,086


SAll kindergarten property is in the name of the elementary school district maintaining the kindergartens. Valuations
reported here represent only that property purchased from funds received from elementary school district taxes for kin-
dergartens. Other property used by kindergartens is reported as elementary school property.


4-80245








50
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 46

Valuation of Kindergarten Property,I by Counties, 1929-30


Total
Counties Grounds Buildings Library Equipment valuation
books Equipment valuation
of property


Alameda ..........--------.--....... --- --- 3,274 $50,564 $3,165 $61,786 9118,789
Alpine----------------..-------------------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ----- -........-.
Amador--------------------------- -- ------------ ------........-----
Butte --.....-- ...-- ........-------..--- 3,000 1,000 ...... 1,300 5,300
Calaveras ....------------.. ...------ ------------ ------------ ------------

Colusa--.......-- .......-- .....------..--- ..-- ...-..... ....-- ...-- 30 800 830
Contra Costa -----------------------------..-------- 26,000 325 11,250 37,575
Del Norte ............ ........-
El Dorado ...-...-....-.-------------................ -- 1,500 75 750 2,325
Fresno .----...---....--- ..--- .------------ .- .----.--. 1,000 63 820 1,883

Glenn...--- -......-- ........--... ------------- --------- ----------- ---200 200
Humboldt..............-------. -....----..---- ....---. .. ....------. 55 2,000 2,055
Imperial------------------------- -------------------- -- 250 3,714 3,964
Inyo.--....----..-........-------------. 600 1,000 600 500 2,700
Kern-......-----. __- --------------------. 36,100 94,750 775 24,545 156,170

Kings--...- .......------------------------- 2,450 13,200 158 6,675 22,483
Lake ---------------- --- --- ----- --- -----
Lassen ---------------------------- ----- --------- --- -- 500 500
Los Angeles..........---------... ----------- 13,000 32,700 2,315 36,874 84,889
Madera---...........--.--- ----. ... .....---.-- ------ -------------- ....- 300 300

Marin ....................-------...----- 3,800 .....- 160 2,900 6,860
Mariposa-.-------------.------- ------------...-------------
Mendocino ------------------.----.--- ------ .- ---------- 20 2,000 2,020
Mereed ..---- ------------------- 500 3,700 245 3,445 7,890
Modoc ... ..-- ---------- --.- --------- --. 5 500 505

Mono----------------------------------------- ----------- ------------ ------------ ------------
Mono._.
Monterey.............................. 9,000 16,200 140 4,600 29,940
Neva da ...... ..............................
Nevada-----------------------------------------------
Orange .....---------------------------- 17,700 85,500 1,660 33,002 137,862

Placer ---........--....---- .. ...----- ....---- -----......------- 25 370 395
Plumas----- ------------------------------------- --------------------------------
Riverside---------------------------- ------------318 5,720 6,038
Sacramento-...---..-- ...------ ...---- ....--..---- ---- 1,100 1,200 10,100 12,400
San Benito.................-------------... 4,000 15,000 ........ 3,000 22,000

San Bernardino-..-..----.....--- ...---------- ------ 7,500 460 20,000 27,960
San Diego ------- ----------------- 8,000 23,797 300 5,109 37,206
San Franeisco..----. ..-....--.-- -----..... --- .... ..-- ------- -.. ..------ 26,882 26,882
San Joaquin --- ---- ----- ---- -------- --------------- 545 3,800 4,345
San Luis Obispo ....-------....--..---. 1,000 4,000 115 1,750 6,865

San Mateo --- ---------- ---------- 23,000 32,300 735 8,400 64,435
Santa Barbara ------------. --- 28,500 66,000 215 9,920 104,635
Santa Clara--...................---..-- ..--- 57,000 121,000 412 10,600 189,012
Santa Cru--...--............---------- ..---------------- 100 2,000 2,100
Shasta.--..-.....-.........--------- -------- ..........----- -----.. --- 50 225 275

Sierra..----------------------..-------.------------. ...----------
Siskiyou ---.---.--- ...-----------.- ... --------- ....------_ ..------- -----------0.... ....
Solano ......... ---- 3,500 20 4,450 7,970
Sonoma.---- --------- ---------..--------- 800 8,500 125 4,200 13,625
Stanislaus--...--....-- ...----...--------------.----- ...-------.--- 95 1,377 1,472

Sutter --.......................-----. ---.. 1,000 2,500 50 2,300 5,850
Tehama .--..- ...--- ...-----.----..---------- ------ ------- 40 1,230 1,270
Trinity- ------------------------------ ------------------------ ------------.------------ --... --------
Tulare .-----------------------....... ....-------------------------- 1,940 143 3,263 5,346
Tuolumne. --..-- ...--- ---... ..-- -- .----.-........------. 8 400 408

Ventura-..-....-- .........--.- -------.--....-....... ..-- 13,000 38 6,975 20,013
Yolo .....-------...-----... ....---------------------------- ...-. 52 1,450 1,502
Yuba......................----------------- ----- ------ ------- ------- ---- 0

Totals-..---...---...--....------..--- $212,724 $627,251 $15,087 $331,982 $1,187,044

1 All kindergarten property is in the name of the elementary school district maintaining the kindergartens. Valua-
tions reported here represent only that property purchased from funds received from elementary school district taxes for
kindergartens. Other property used by kindergartens is reported as elementary school property.








51
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 47

Number of Elementary School Districts' Levying Kindergarten Tax Rates,' and Average Rate of Kindergarten
Tax Levied, by Counties, 1928-29

Distribution of kindergarten tax Average rate of
rates levied kindergarten tax
No Number
Counties kinder- Total linum
garten tax Less than 5 to 10 11 to 15 number of of 15cents Rate True
5 cents cents cents districts levied rate
levying tax

Alameda..----------- ---------- 1 4 5 10 3 $0.11 $0.0418
Alpine --------------- ---------- ---------- ----- - - - - -
Amador-----------... ------------------------------------------------------------------. ----
Butte. --------------- -----------. -------- 2 2 2 .15 .0705
Calaveras---------- ---- ---------- ---------- -- - - - -
Colusa ------------------- 1 ------ 1 .--.-----. .04 .0181
Contra Costa-------- ---------- -....4 8 12 4 .08 .0296
Del Norte. -- -. -..
El Dorado------------ ----.... -- -----. - 1 1 -...----- .12 .0600
Fresno..---.... .----- ..------- 2 5 5 12 5 .08 .0376

Glenn- .--------.. .. -------.------..... 2 ---- 2------ .05 .0265
Humboldt .....-----. .....---- ---- 1 1 2 1 .07 .0329
Imperial-..----------------- --, 9 9 8 .15 .0750
Inyo .--..-...---- -- .........- 6 -------- 6 .-------- .08 .0400
Kern .....--.... 1 -... 5 9 15 7 .10 .0370

Kings ..--- .. ...------------ ---------- 2 7 9 3 .14 .0560
Lake ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
Lassen ..---.........------ ------ --1 31 2 '1 .13 .0520
Los Angeles--.......-- ---- --- 6 11 38 55 28 .07 .0329
Madera--..--..---. .- ---------.. ----- 1 1 2 ..-.08 .0296

Marin .......-----------------.------ 6 6 6 .15 .0465
Alariposa....------------ ---------- --.. ......-... ---- -.--- ---------- ---------- ---- -
Mendocino ---------- ------ --------. 1 8 9 ------ .11 .0462
Merced ...-------- ---....-..--- .-------- 5 ..---- 5 .06 .0174
Modoc --------- --- ---------- .. 1 1 1 .15 .0525
Mono ---------------- .....----- ---------- ---------- ----------
Monterey ..........------ 6 5 11 --..----- .09 .0306
Napa ----------- --------- 4 1 ------ 5 .08 .0344
Nevada-------------- -------------------- --- --- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
Orange.--........... ------ ---------.. ... 6 17 23 7 .10 .0300

Placer -........ ..- -------- -...... 4 .--.....- 4 -. .08 .0424
Plumas..----------.---.. -------- --------
Iiverside -------- -------- --..-.....- ---- -- 24 24 20 .15 .0480
Sacramento -..---------- --------- 2 1 3 1 .07 .0336
San Benito -..-------. -------- ---- -... ----.. ----.. ---- --- ---

San Bernardino------ ---------- ---.-- 2 9 11 7 .14 .0364
San Diego.........----------- -_-_- -- -_....._ 9 9 7 .15 .0420
San Francisco -------........ 1 ......... .-.....- 1-.....--.- .0322 .014490
San Joaquin---------- --------- 1 3 4 ------ .06 .0216
San Luis Obispo ----.....-..------- ...--..1 1 2 1 .12 .0396

San Mateo..--------...... ----------.. 5 4 9 4 .10 .0330
Santa Barbara-..---. ---- ..-- .----...---. 4 9 13 7 .15 .0435
Santa Clara--.---.... ...---------- ---.. 5 8 13 3 .11 .0407
Santa Cruz ----------.. ------ 1 1 2 --------- .11 .0440
Shasta ---.--....--_------ ------- -- ------- 1 ... 1 .07 .0224

Sierra-..--------..-.....------------------------------------- .....-------
Siskiyou .------- --- ---------.... --.--- -... ------ 2 2 2 .15 .0750
Solano-------------------------... -------- 6 5 11 3 .13 .0559
Sonoma ----------- 1 5 6 5 .13 .0364
Stanislaus.----------- ---------- ...... 3 --------. 3 .---..-.. .07 .0273

Sutter---------------.-----.................. ......-- 2 2 1 .15 .0915
Tehama-----.......---... --. ---------- 1 1 2 --.. --- .08 .0424
Trinity-------------- ---------------- --..------------- .----------- .. -.. ---
Tulare----........... .........- 1 1 5 7 3 .11 .0440
Tuolumne..........-------------- .. --... 1 1 2 1 .12 .0540

Ventura------------- .......---- 5 2 5 12 2 .12 .0336
Yolo.--.....------ .....-.. ---.....---.. 2 ...- 2 -----.--- .06 .0222
Yuba----------------..........-..----- 1 ....- -.... 1 ----.. .03 .0141

Totals--...-..... 1 23 106 216 346 144 80.09 $0.0378

I Each elementary district comprising a union elementary district is counted separately.
School Code section 4.454 authorizes the levy in any elementary school district of a kindergarten maintenance tax
not to exceed fifteen cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property.
3 Westwood levied an 18 cent tax rate.








52
KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 48

Number of Elementary School Districts' Levying Kindergarten Tax Rates,' and Average Rate of Kindergarten
Tax Levied, by Counties, 1929-30

Distribution of kindergarten tax Average rate of
rates levied kindergarten tax
No Number
Counties kinder- Total ium
garden tax Less than 5 to 10 11 to 15 number of of 15cents Rate True
5 cents cents cents districts levied rate
levying tax

Alameda ............-.....- 1 4 5 10 4 $0.11 $0.0462
Alpine--- ..------------------------------- --------------------....... --- --..- ..
Amador-------------- ---------- ---------- -------0.- ---------- 441...... ... ..... -. -
Butte ---....-----..... ------ 1 1 2 .---- .09 .0441
Calaveras ------------ ---------- --------- ---------- ---------- ----- ---- --- -

Colusa..-------........-------- ... 1 ..---------- 1. -- .04 .0184
Contra Costa--------- ------ -. ....... 4 8 12 6 .07 .0231
Del Norte-.....----- ---.-----..-----. --------.---.------- --------. ---------- -..--------- -- -
El Dorado ----------- .-------- 1 1 .. --- 12 .0480
Fresno...-....----------- -- 4 3 5 12 4 .05 .0235

Glenn -.. ------------ -- 2 2 .03 .0192
Humboldt-- - 1 1 2 ... .07 .0333
mperial---------------------- ------- --- 9 9 8 .14 .0686
fnyo.-------- 0- 6 6 6 15 .0600
Kern..--..- ....-....- 1 1 5 8 15 6 .09 0333

Kings------ - - 2 7 9 4 14 0546
Lake...... ........--..................... .............. .................
Lassen---- ---- ------ 2 ---- 2 -- .08 .0320
Los Angeles-..--..-...-- ..-.. --- 4 13 38 55 32 .07 .0287
Madera -------- --..- ... .------- 2 ....- 2 .09 .0450

Marin.-..-...--.. ...... ..-- 1 5 6 4 .13 .0494
Mariposa-------- ----------
Mendocino ------ ---------. ----- - 9 9 8 .15 .0705
Merced .-----...------ --- __ ---_- .-- 3 2 5 2 .09 .0234
Modoe -------- -... - --------- 1 1 1 .15 .0600

Mono ------ ------ --------- ---------- -----
Monterey.---------- ..----- -1 '10 11 '7 .15 0495
Napa -------- --------- 5 2 5 --------- .07 .0308
Nevada------------- ---------- --------- ---------- ---------- --------- --------- ---------- ----------
Orange .----...--------- 1 11 12 24 9 .09 .0261

Placer------------- 4 -- 4 .-------- .00 .0477
Plumas..--------------------------------------------
Riverside----- 25 25 6 .14 .0406
Sacramento---- -- ------- ---- 1 2 3 1 .06 .0307
San Benito .------- 1 ..-...-.. 1 .------- .06 .0240

San Bernardino------- --------. 1 2 8 11 5 .13 .0351
San Diego -..-------. ------.. ----.. 8 1 9 1 .09 .0423
San Francisco ...------... 1 ..-- -.. ... 1 .------ .0295 .013275
San Joaquin..--...---....--. ------- 1 3 4 1 .09 .0396
San Luis Obispo -- - 1 1 2 -------- .10 .0310

San Mateo.---------- ..... --- ------ 4 5 9 5 .12 .0420
Santa Barbara ------- ---. 2 11 13 5 .13 .0416
Santa Clara -- -- -.... -- 3 10 13 3 .12 .0444
Santa Cruz----..--- ---..--.....-. ---------- -- 2 2 2 .15 .0570
Shasta....--..--..----------..- 1 ---------- -I..... 1 ------ .04 0128

Sierra.----------------.--------- -----------------.- ---------- ---------- -----
Siskiyou 2 2 2 .15 .0675
Solano ..-.........--------------..- 1 10 11 3 .13 .0546
Sonoma---- 1.. 5 6 4 .13 .0377
Stanislaus -- --- ----- 3 --- 3 ------- .07 .0259

Sutter --------2 2 2 .15 0855
Tehama 1 1 2 1 .10 .0550
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Tulare .. ..... 4 3 7 3 .11 0363
Tuolumne.--- -- -. 1 1 2 -------- .11 .0550

Ventura..--.....------------- 1 .... 12 13 4 .08 .0208
Yolo - 1 1 ... 2 ----- .04 .0152
Yuba---...-----.....--- ------- 1 -------- ---------- 1 --- .03 .0165

Totals---.....--. 2 22 94 232 350 149 00.07 50.0280

1 Each elementary district comprising a union elementary district is counted separately.
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tax not to exceed fifteen cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property.
SIncludes one 30c tax rate. Pacific Grove levied a 15c maintenance tax rate as well as a 15c building tax rate.










KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 49

Distribution of Kindergarten Receipts, by Sources, and Counties, 1928-29



Counties o and Distrt Miscellaneous from other Toal
July 1,1928 taxes districts receipts
in county


Alameda ----------
Alpine ------
Amador -..-------
Butte --- .... -.
Calaveras ------

Colusa----
Contra Costa ----
Del Norte_----
El Dorado-........
Fresno ..-- ----

Glenn-..............
Humboldt .-------
Imperial---------..........
Inyo .
Kern .- ..-.....

Kings
Lake-..........-
Lassen _. ...
Los Angeles ......--
Madera -------

Marin -_..s-... .
Mariposa ------
Mendocino ----
AMerced ----------
Modoc-----...

Mono --------------
Monterey ...
Napa--
Nevada-------
Orange. --

Placer .-----
Plumas_-------
Riverside-----
Sacramento -------
San Benito .----

San Bernardino-...
San Diego ..-
San Francisco.....-
San Joaquin _._..
San Luis Obispo --..

San Matrco----
Santa Barbara.-..-
Santa Clara-...-.
Santa Cruz.----
Shasta .....------

Sierra ..---------
Siskiyou.--------
Solano ------
Sonoma---.....
Stanislaus------.

Sutter ........-....
Tehama --------.
Trinity-..-...--
Tulare ..- ...
Tuolumne .......

Ventura ..---.-
Yolo .......-......
Yuba ....-------

Totals ........


$23,629 73


1,571 85


173 73
20,436 10

1.30~ 58s
6,021 94

122 07
*4,250 07
4,693 90
2,157 43
90,743 85

2,883 60

3,774 99
447,210 39
3,871 86

2,260 77

1,199 29
9,044 49
279 65


8,138 03
1,719 20

62,634 14

1,366 82

13,149 47
10,746 52


*21,610 16
10,294 11

17,038 35
7,234 93

17,112 50
21,439 60
16,933 40
2,866 94
634 17


835 52
2,100 61
1,623 17
3,848 28

938 74
839 86

11,924 68
816 69

25,691 10
1,159 02
143 34


$446,812 24


8,380 47


1,678 81
48,597 92

1,644 06~
64,883 08

1,700 99
9,145 01
33,516 35
2,512 44
105,769 36

15,158 49

10,209 80
2,259,323 19
5,444 78

23,904 72

3,876 75
7,631 10
1,460 04

22,317 21
7,117 41
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145,585 76

1,909 84

51,480 75
63,203 85


75,787 48
159,610 16
260,242 42
31,535 89
7,853 23

37,456 07
59,165 13
83,822 60
14,503 46
1,846 12


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22,044 61
22,339 03
12,472 57

3,804 04
2,757 85

26,029 46
4,160 03

32,697 92
3,574 05
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13,395 08
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4,669 87
196,513 21

18,042 09

13,984 79
2,715,466 28
9,316 64

26,165 49

5,076 04
16,675 59
1,739 69

S30,455 24
8,934 94

208,219 90

3,276 66

64,630 22
74,353 06


97,397 64
169,904 27
263,703 66
48,574 24
15,090 91

54,568 57
80,639 00
101,165 98
17,370 40
2,480 29


4,360 19
24,145 22
23,962 20
16,325 80

4,742 78
3,597 71

37,954 14
4,976 72

58,389 02
4,881 31
2,169 36

$5,115,212 18


' No state or county funds are apportioned for kindergartens. All moneys are received from district taxation.
*Changes in balances were made after the publication of the preceding biennial report.


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KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 50

Distribution of Kindergarten Receipts, by Sources, and Counties, 1929-30


BalanceTransfers Transfers
Counties on hand t Miscellaneous from other T
July 1, 1929 taxes districts counties receipts
in county counties


Alameda......----- $23,350 66 3457,839 09 $5 05 ---........... .........-.... $481,194 80
Alpine.-------.... --- -------------- -------------- ------------ -------------- ..............
Amadr------...------ -.. -....-------- -------- --------------
Butte--..------- --- 5,503 21 5,138 51 .----.. ------ ------. --------.... .....--- ... 10,641 72
Calaveras-.... ..................................................................................

Colusa--..-. ------. 437 54 1,671 24 ----..-----------..............-......... .. 2,108 78
Contra Costa----- 26,989 57 46,490 68 ------------------------------------------ 73,480 25
Del Norte.------ --
El Dorado....-------.. 196 16 1,682 42 4 37 ------ ------ - --- 1,882 95
Fresno----.------. 18,008 04 40,867 76 82 60 -...----.----- $1,469 26 60,427 66

Glenn-----. -------. 475 87 1,110 07 ...--------.. ---------------------------. 1,585 94
Humboldt ----.---. 4,307 95 9,498 99 ------------- ---------........... --..... .. 13,806 94
Imperial .---... -- 3,217 79 37,537 74 4 15 ---- --.-- --..------. 40,759 68
Inyo--------------- 844 73 3,896 05 -----...-......--- .... --------..-- ......... 4,740 78
Kern.-------------- 95,032 54 100,331 43 ------------- ------..............----- -195,363 97

Kings --------- 4,072 45 15,522 59 ...........------ --- ..-- --.....-------... 19,595 04
Lake....---------- --------- -------------- -------. .. -
Lassen .----------. 7,130 64 5,940 70 ---------- ------------- ---------------- 13,071 34
Los Angeles------..- 385,481 00 2,307,985 42 235,175 70 $1,539 39 ------------- 2,730,181 51
Madera ------ ---. 3,594 95 5,889 01 -... ...... .. .......--------.-- ---------- 9,483 96

Marin......... 5,509 17 20,266 58 ..-.... ---- ------------ --. -----.. -- 25,775 75
Mariposa--------- -- -... ..--
Mendocino ..--...- 992 32 5,839 83 ------ -- --- 6,832 15
Merced --- 5,225 49 8,480 51 -..---------------------------.----------- 13,706 00
Modoc...-------.. 296 24 1,964 47 --------------.-------------...- ---------- 2,260 71

Mono..-------------..-------------..-------- -----------..------------..----------------------------
Monterey.-----... 12,911 17 36,712 86 81 -----------.- -------------.. 49,624 84
Napa -- 3,457 48 6,330 00 ........---- ------------ .--- 9,787 48
Nevada..----------..
Orange...------ --- 67,371 56 134,358 56 149 00 ....------ .......... 201,879 12

Placer--....------. 784 38 2,233 62 -- --------------------- --------- 3,018 00
Plumas----------- -- ----- ----- ------------- -------------- ..---------- --------------
Riverside.....------ 10,341 03 55,203 97 22 50 ....---------- ..------ 65,567 50
Sacramento--....... 14,827 48 59,089 75 ------------ --.--- ----- --- 73,917 23
San Benito -...-....... 2,29899 .-----......- --------.---...------ 2,298 99

San Bernardino..... 24,605 10 75,651 40 -------------------------------- 100,256 50
San Diego --------- 26,799 41 172,610 89 --------------.-------------------------- 199,410 30
San Francisco ..... _----------- 290,463 59 3,745 97 ---------------..-----------..294,209 56
San Joaquin-...... 13,803 35 48,582 98 ...-----------. ------------ ..-------- 62,386 33
San Luis Obispo ---- 8,484 16 8,018 81 147 94 ...------- -------___- 16,650 91

San Mateo ------. 19,249 15 45,449 82 ....----.-----. 1,275 00 ----- 65,973 97
Santa Barbara---... 30,256 37 60,881 55 58 00 ------ ------------ 91,195 92
Santa Clara .....--- 16,439 90 93,229 67 ---------------------------------------- 109,669 57
Santa Cruz--------- 3,160 46 18,39159 ---------- --------- -------........ 21,552 05
Shasta..--...... --- 993 00 1,045 50 ------------.----------. .--------------. 2,038 50

Sierra------------- -- -----.......- ..------------ -------------- -------------- -. -------
Siskiyou-........... 635 03 3,741 40 ---------- ---------- 4,376 43
Solano...--------- 2,307 04 22,683 58 --- ---............. 24,990 62
Sonoma -......... 3,438 39 22,216 96 ----- -- -- 25,655 35
Stanislaus..---------- 4,282 70 12,465 79 75 00 ---------------------------- .16,823 49

Sutter..--..--- ...-- 605 79 4,002 70 135 00 ....----------..... -----... 4,743 49
Tehama.....------- 792 57 3,036 71 -------------- ----------. -------- --- 3,829 28
Trinity..--- --- ------ ...-- .... -...... ---- -- --- --- --. ---------
Tulare............. 11,003 93 28,032 72 .....------------ -..-.. -------------.. 39,036 65
Tuolumne......---- 1,739 72 3,687 23 ---- ---------------5-------- 5,426 95

Ventura s--.. -..--- 30,335 38 44,368 56 5 00 ----......--- .... - ------ 74,708 94
Yolo-....... .------ 1,516 85 2,882 93 ------------ ------------ 208 44 4,608 22
Yuba.------.....-- 889 36 2,054 42 --------.-- ---------- ----------- 2,943 78

Totals..------. $901,697 08 $4,337,679 64 $39,611 09 $2,814 39 $1,677 70 $5,283,479 78

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KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 55
Kindergarten Expenditures Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, by Objects and Counties, 1928-29

Current expenditure per pupil in average daily attendance
Capital

Counties Other ex- Operation, Total peditr
General Teachers' penses of man Auxiliary current pupilin
o a nsretof nance and per pnpilin
control salaries instruction fixed activities expendi- A. D. A.
and library charges tures

Alameda .. 7 65 $73 33 $3 32 $29 34 $2 95 $116 59 $1 43
Alpine----- ---- ..---------- ---------- ------ -- --. --
Amador ------------- -----..- ---------- --.-.
Butte--.......-........-- ....-... .......... 63 77 0 67 14 29 15 30 94 03 0 63
Calaveras ------------ ---------. ---

Colusa-----.........---- ......-- ....... .......... 56 00 0 60 -... -- ---......... 56 60
Contra Costa -----_ 50 61 1 73 734 3 48 63 16 074
Del Norte- ----- ------
El Dorado-------....... ..-- .-- 0 53 74 42 6 61 1 52 -----.. 83 08 .--
Fresno.----------------------- 0 39 51 72 1 96 8 98 0 15 63 20 0 02

Glenn ---------....----...- .---------- 52 06 1 8t 0 04 ----. 53 91
Humboldt----------- -- -- 71 73 15 70 25 99 1 28 114 70 ..---
Imperial.-..--..---------------- 002 53 96 2 18 78 13 ........- 134 29 1 34
Inyo ---------- 74 16 2 63 18 75 0 09 95 63 ----
Kern..__------------ 2 84 64 85 4 50 30 72 5 59 108 50 22 62

Kings ---------------- ---- 77 63 4 94 15 78 0 61 98 96 1 11
Lake------ ----
Lassen --------------------------...- 48 90 4 62 2 72 -......... 56 24 2 85
Los Angeles ...---------------- 0 12 64 64 1 86 43 60 0 06 110 28 0 24
Madera .......--- ........------- ------. 50 36 11 03 1 18 0 17 62 74
Marin ----------------------- 3 48 72 87 3 53 27 57 5 83 112 28 3 77
Mariposa....---------.----------
Mcndocino-- --------------- -- 43 02 1 41 4 79 2 53 51 75 1 98
Merced 0 26 56 98 4 32 13 50 7 10 82 16 2 04
Modoc ----- 71 47 0 85 12 59 ..- 84 91 --

Mono-------------------------- ---------- ----...-- -------- ---- ------- --- ..--
Monterey -------------------- ---------- 50 96 1 84 5 96 58 76 6 70
Napa -------- 0 39 63 89 2 95 10 79 0 04 78 06 0 19
Nevada ----.--......... ..
Orange 0--------- -O 96 64 48 5 14 18 86 5 27 94 71 16 19
Placer ----- ............. ---------- 54 54 0 07 13 89 -------- 68 50 44 78
Plum as -- -- -- -.- -- - - -
Riverside .........- --------0 24 65 69 1 79 4 29 0 03 72 04
Sacramento----------- 6 25 57 96 1 95 11 03 2 75 79 94 0 61
San Benito --- .- ------

San Bernardino ---- 1 70 44 35 425 15 50 286 68 66 341
San Diego 42 43 0 29 47 41 90 13 0 39
San Francisco ..--......-- ..---- 4 04 66 51 2 01 22 09 1 23 95 88 0 89
San Joaquin 46 22 2 42 20 59 ---- 69 23 0 59
San Luis Obispo.. ------6 63 50 46 3 64 8 75 004 69 52 7 30
SanMateo --- 0 47 51 16 2 20 8 70 1 89 64 42 4 35
Santa Barbara 2 81 67 45 3 18 32 69 2 46 108 59 10 80
Santa Clara -.... ...--...... 8 97 78 79 3 02 30 39 5 62 126 79 3 75
Santa Cruz _- 3 57 54 84 6 35 57 13 2 68 124 57 2 31
Shasta ...........----- ------ ------- 52 50 2 60 6 87 --------- 61 97
Sierra .. .
Siskiyou ----------------------- 13 58 70 0 12 22 03 80 98 -
Solano ----- 6 93 66 49 1 84 14 93 1 66 91 85 9 98
Sonoma........... ..----- ---------- 63 04 4 75 0 06 ------- 67 85 2 40
Stanislas --------------------- 1 09 46 33 0 57 9 73 0 74 58 46 2 36

Sutter ....... ...........-------- --- 63 22 14 04 17 88 -....... 95 14 3 36
Tchama .-.- --... ........ .. ---------. 78 12 4 09 5 45 ---------- 87 66
T rinity . . . . . . . . --
Tulare.............. 2 78 52 69 6 30 23 81 0 65 86 23 3 54
Tuolumne ....... --- ..... .. ---------- 92 55 2 03 9 84 ---------- 104 42

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Yolo .----.......----- ------ --- 58 77 0 66 1 08 0 02 60 53 1 77
Yuba ..-- -- ------ --------- 38 79 ..-....--- ------------------ 38 79 --

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KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 56

Kindergarten Expenditures Per Pupil in Average Daily Attendance, by Objects and Counties, 1929-30

Current expenditure per pupil in average daily attendance
Capital
outlay ex-
Counties Other ex- Operation Total pcnditre
General Teachers' penses of mante- Auxiliary current er pupilin
control salaries instruction fixe activities epedi- A. D. A.
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Alameda -----.-...------ 9 18 $71 99 $2 13 $29 70 $3 62 $116 62 $1 84
Alpine...-------------------------- -------- ----- ----- -------- -
Amador ------------------------ ---------- ---- -------- ----- -
Butte .....--------------------- -------- 66 49 1 85 13 78 14 58 96 70 ......
Calaveras----------------------- ---------- ---------- ----.---- - -

Colusa .......... --------- -- ------ 57 62 4 81 --..... -- ----- 62 43 0 77
Contra Costa.---..........---------.--- 53 63 1 74 9 57 5 84 70 78 0 69
Del Norte .. -------------- ---------- --.... .. -- ------- -------- -- -
El Dorado.....-------------- 021 56 82 090 17 52 009 75 54 058
Fresno-----...... .. ..-------- 0 42 48 06 1 59 8 91 0 16 59 14 0 11

Clenu ......-. ... .-- 75 00 .--------- 0 08 .....- ...- 75 08
IIumboldt .....---- ------- .----------.. 75 40 7 44 19 08 1 82 103 74 1 19
Imperial...... ...... 2 70 54 28 1 90 82 34 5 57 146 79 2 55
Inyo -. ------ ..------. 105 15 0 33 13 41 1 17 120 06 --
Kern ._.--------- 2 91 66 31 5 18 33 41 11 45 119 26 54 20

Kings .... ...... 64 86 3 81 14 47 3 74 86 88 1 40
Lake----..---------...------ ..------ .----- --
Lassen ----- -- --------- 43 55 6 77 3 23 0 19 53 74 ---.
Los Angeles ---- 0 06 60 69 1 78 40 02 1 07 103 62 030
Madera -.._........ -------- 52 31 694 151 ........ 60 76 059

Marin ---- 211 70 98 440 19 38 555 102 42 21 47
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Mendocino -.. .. ... 89 48 0 35 24 20 .------ 114 03 ...
M erced.. -- -.... .. 0 07 51 66 2 39 11 27 9 88 75 27 3 75
Modoc --. ------------- 68 75 --..... 10 56 033 79 64 ----

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Monterey --- 0 05 52 68 1 02 19 35 0 47 73 57 73 91
Napa....-------------------- 0 12 72 89 1 44 72 00 1 42 147 87 0 48
N ev a d a .- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Orange .....- --------- 1 89 73 45 3 89 22 55 4 38 106 16 20 16

Placer.------------- 57 14 6 91 10 46 .-------- 74 51 -...-
Plumas ------ -------_- ---------- ------ ------ -------- ------ -
Riverside ......... -- 0 26 63 38 2 11 7 10 0 25 73 10 ..- -
Sacramento ..---------- 7 56 52 31 1 17 10 50 2 22 73 76 1 2S
San Benito.. ----------------....---....-- 35 65 434 2 74 ------ 42 73 801
San Bernardino ..----------.. 1 23 40 27 388 12 13 4 10 61 61 364
San Diego -...... ----- --------- 43 39 045 50 99 -- 94 83 045
San Francisco -..----......---- 4 46 65 83 2 65 23 09 1 28 97 31 0 73
San Joaquin---...--.....---- ... -- -------- 51 18 3 24 39 19 0 00 93 61 038
San Luis Obispo -----------. 705 56 63 3 13 11 25 006 78 12 11 03

San Mateo --...-......---- ..--- 007 49 38 258 14 14 1 15 67 32 16 52
Santa Barbara.-.. -- 4 20 60 46 2 29 27 40 2 98 97 33 23 09
Santa Clara -........... 11 93 64 28 2 07 40 93 10 12 129 33 5 20
Santa Cruz..-..- -------------- 336 45 61 608 50 66 3 62 109 33 2 14
Shasta ....---------- .---------. 60 87 9 61 876 79 24

Sierra .. ----- --- --- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- ----------
Siskiyou r -- ---- 006 62 78 133 9 02 ------ 73 19 046
Solano -...--.........--- 6 71 62 40 1 73 18 15 3 62 92 62 1 66
Sonoma ..........--. 72 75 646 29 55 --- 108 76 036
Stanislaus.--..-......... .------. 1 30 44 65 1 12 7 66 1 36 56 09 0 48

Sntter -... 51 58 1 16 11 63 64 37 0 56
Tehama-....--......--- ....... .......... 56 49 1 13 2 02 59 64 4 10
Trinity-- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --
Tulare ........- 3 09 51 52 1 55 25 02 0 76 81 94 741
Tuolumne----------------- .- 75 00 8 53 4 95 .--.-----. 8 8 4 -----

Ventura ---....- .-- 2 89 45 63 2 42 18 12 0 97 70 03 22 24
Yolo ............... ......... 52 28 0 70 0 36 -..------ 53 34 2 49
Yuba ---.......- ------ 38 65 --- -- 32 43 ---------- 71 08

Totals.........-------------- 1 85 $60 33 2 12 $33 04 $1 44 $98 78 3 63











KINDERGARTENS

TABLE No. 57

Percentage which Kindergarten Balances Are of Total Receipts, by Counties, 1928-29 and 1929-30


Counties 1928-29 1929-30


Alameda-........----------------------------------------------------------
Alpine---- --------------------------------------------------------------
Amador ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Butte. -------------------------------------------------
Calaveras..-. ------------------------------------------------------------

Colusa--...-------------------------------------------
Contra Costa --- --------------------------------------------------------
Del Norte.----------------------------
El Dorado _--------------------------------------
Fresno.... --------------------------------------------------------------

Glenn ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Humboldt ------...---------------------- -------------------------------
Imperial .-------------------------------------
Inyo------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kern ..- .--------------------------------------------------------------

Kings .... ....------------- ------------------------------------.....
Lake ----------- .......----------------------------------------------------

Los Angeles -----------------------------------------------------------------







Monote
Mendocino ------------------------------------------------------------------
Mered.....----- ----- ----------------------------------------------.
Modo -----------------------------------------------------------------------





Mono----Sacra-mento -------------------------------------
Monterey --------------------------------------------------------------------
Napa ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nevada .---------------------------------------------------------------------
Orange --.--------------------------------------------------------------------

Placer. -------------.---------------------------------------------------------
Plumas -..-.- ..---..--------------------------------------------------~---
Riverside ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Sacramento -..----------------------------------------------------------------
San Benito---- ------------------------------

San Bernardino ...------------------------------------------------------------
San Diego --------------------------------------------------------------------
San Francisco-.. ---------------------------------
San Joaquin ----- --------------------------
San Luis Obispo -- -------------------------------------------------------

San Mateo-.. ------------------- ---------------
Santa Barbara.. -------------------------------------------
Santa Clara.. ------... ------------------------------

Shasta ---.... .-----------------------------------------------------

Sierra---------------------------- ------------------------------------------
Siskiyou ---- ----.. ----- ----------------------------------.
Solano----------------------------------------------------------------------
Sonoma-----..-------------------------------------------------------------
Stanislaus -------------------------------------

Sutter ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tehama.---------------------------------------------------------------------
Trinity--------------..------------------------------------------------------
Tulare ..------------------ - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Tuolumne -------------------------------------

Ventura --------......-----------------------------..-------------------------------
Yolo --------------------------------------------------
Yuba .---------.- ------------ ----- --------------------------

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


4.9

55.3


23.6
39.1

11.1
24.6

26.1
32.2
8.4
18.1
48.4

22.6

51.0
14.2
38.6

21.1

19 5
31.3
17.0

42.4

38.7
32.4

23.9


19.9


25.3
15.8
0.0
28.4
56.2

35.3
37.5
16.3
18.2
40.0


14.6
9.6
14.3
26.2

12.8
22.0

29.0
35.0

52.0
31.1
41.0


4.3

55.5


22.1
36.7

11.1
21.9

24 2
44.5
12.8
19.0
24.4

28.4

47.4
13.7
48.1

10.1

16.1
11.8
19.3

20.1
9.1

26.0

48.2
21.3
14.3
20.6

26.5
21.7
0.0
22.3
56.1

19.4
37.5
11.8
22.9
10.6

24.3
9.0
23.9
32.1

27.4
25.1
36.0
34.8

46.5
24.9
10.7


17.6 15.9

























SECTION IV
Biennial Statistics of Elementary Schools,
1928-29 and 1929-30








65

BIENNIAL STATISTICS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

TABLE No. 58

Number of Elementary School Districts of Each Type, by Counties, 1928-29

Active districts Total
Counties Suspended number of
districts-
City' Regular Joint' Total districts

Alameda --.. ...-.-- --..-------- 5 37 1 43 .... 43
Alpine-----....------------------------- 3 -..--...- .-- 3 3
Amador.. -- ------------- --------- 27 1 28 1 29
Butte .-------------------. 2 57 ...-...-.... 59 .59
Calaveras-------------------------------- 34 1 35 1 36
Colusa...------------------------- ---- 26 1 27 3 30
Contra Costa.... ..-- 1 55 ............ 56 .....- 56
Del Norte-..--------------------------..............------.. 14 .. .. 14 ..---... 14
El Dorado..--..---..-- ..-- ---- ------------ 48 2 50 6 56
Fresno ----_...---..- ------- 1 144 9 154 3 157

Glenn -.-- ----------- ------------------- 38 1 39 2 41
Humboldt ..-----------------. 1 102 -----. ... 103 8 111
Imperial -------.------------- .----- 49 ..-.....-- 49 1 50
Inyo ------------ ---- -- 27 ..--.... 27 27
Kern --------------- ..--.-- 1 97 ...--- 98 --- 98

Kings. -- -------------- ----------- 37 2 39 --.. .....- 39
Lake ...------------------- - 29 ...------.. 29 1 30
Lassen ... -----------... --- 34 ..-...--. 34 1 35
Los Angeles .- -------------- 10 112 1 123 2 125
Madera ---------- ----------- 48 ----- 48 4 52

Marin-------------------1 41 3 45 -.- - -- 45
Mariposa--- -- ------ ------ 23 2 25 2 27
Mendocino ... ---------- -------... 108 ..--------- 108 5 113
Merced -- 59 4 63 3 66
Modoc...-------. ------ -------. 39 -........ 39 2 41
Mono------------------ -------- 13 --.. -. 13 ------- -- 13
Monterey.. -------- 1 89 3 93 5 98
Napa --......- ...---- -- 43 3 46 2 48
Nevada-----....... ------ 2 30 --.. 32 2 34
Orange.. 1 45 -......-. 46 1 47

Placer --.---------------- 49 2 51 1 52
Plumas ---------- -- 27 ---_------. 27 2 29
Riverside ......--- 1 67 1 69 1 70
Sacramento ..-.--.-------- ..-- 1 74 2 77 4 81
San Benito----.... ......----------------- 35 ........ 35 5 40

San Bernardino--....---- -- 65 _. --- 66 1 67
San Diego --------- ----- 1 104 1 106 3 109
San Francisco.. ....------1 -------- ------- 1 1
San Joaquin ---- ..-----.--- 1 84 .- .... 85 3 88
San Luis Obispo ---...------- 1 83 ..-------- 84 1 85

San Mateo ----.. ....----------..--- 34 ............ 34 1 35
Santa Barbara-.- .. -_.... --- 1 60 ..... -- 61 1 62
Santa Clara---- 3 67 3 73 3 76
Santa Cruz..--.. --------- 1 50 -.......- 51 2 53
Shasta------.. --------------- -- 91 ....- 91 6 97

Sierra... ---------- --- 10 ------..- 10 1 11
Siskiyou -- --- ----------- -..--- 82 --.....- 82 2 84
Solano ...-.... ... ..---- ... 1 44 1 46 1 47
Sonoma.--------------2 134 1 137 4 141
Stanislaus ...............------- 1 56 3 60 .--.... .... 60
Sutter..---.------..... ..-.-- --- ..--33 -... 33 .... 33
Tehama...................------. .----... 49 1 50 2 52
Trinity -- ..---------- ------------ 24 ...-- 24 2 26
Tulare--..----- ......---------- 2 113 4 119 3 122
Tuolumne----.....--.----------. -- --------------.. 27 .....------.... 27 -- -- 27

Ventura ------.. --...-.... .--- 1 47 1 49 1 50
Yolo.-------- ..-- ----- ----. 40 2 42 1 43
Yuba.......--- ..-------- ..........------ 33 ---------- 33 2 35

Totals-..-..-- .---------.. 45 3,090 56 3,191 108 3,299

City school districts are those districts having city boards of education and city superintendents of schools. Al-
though San Francisco has a city and county government, it is considered as a city school district in this biennial report.
Joint school districts embrace territory in more than one county.
SSchool Code sections 2.170 and 2.171 require the county board of supervisors to suspend any elementary school
district in which there has been an average daily attendance of five or less pupils during a whole school year.
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66
ELEMENTARY SCH1OO1,S

TABLE No. 59
Number of Elementary School Districts of Each Type, by Counties, 1929-30


Active districts T
Counties Susiended numeral
districts mber of
City' Regular Joint' Total districts

Alamcda.--..... ___---........ 5 37 1 43 4- 43
Alpine-....-.. .._------ --_____- 3 ..... 3 3 3
Amador... ..--- ............-.... .. -----27 1 28 1 29
Butte -----------.--------..- 2 57 .... 59 59
Calaveras ....--------. - 34 1 35 1 30

Colusa. .- ------- ------------ 26 1 27 3 30
Contra Costa....------------------ 55 -...-... 56 5-... 5
Del Norte .------...... ...- .. -- .--. 14 14 ---14
El Dorado------- ---- ---- 4 2 48 7 55
Fresno.---.....-- ...----- ------ 1 145 9 155 2 157

IcGlnn ..... - 38 1 39 .--- 39
Humboldt ..------ -------.----- 1 102 -----.---. 103 8 111
Imperial---- 49 -- - 4__ 49 4_- 49
Inyo. ----.. ............ ....- .....-- 27 --- ... 27 27
Kern .------------ 1 97 8------ 98 98

Kings.. ---------------------.----------- 37 2 39 --------. 39
Lake-- 30 ----------- 30 1 31
Lassen----. -------- ----- 33 .......- .- 33 1 34
Los Angeles .------------------ 10 112 1 123 1 124
Madera--..- -- 48 _.-.... 48 3 51

Mari------...--.. ------ ---1 41 3 45 -------- 45
Mariposa -------. ----------------- 24 1 25 2 27
Mendocino --------------------------107 .- .... 107 6 113
Merced .-------------------- ..57 4 61 4 65
Modoc -------- ---- 39 ----------- 39 1 40

Mono -------------- ------------ 11 ------. 11 -- 11
Monterey .--.-- .1 91 3 95 3 98
Napa ---..... ... ..-- 43 3 46 2 48
Nevada -----.----------------- 2 31 -- 33 1 34
Orange -------- 1 45 ------ 46 ---------- 46

Placer.-------------. - 49 2 51 1 52
Plumas -------...-- ------- 27 ... ---- 27 --.. --.. 27
Riverside -- 1 66 1 68 1 69
Sacramento--...---.. ..-- ..----- 1 74 2 77 4 81
SanBenito --... ----.- --- 36 -- ------- 36 4 40

San Bernardino----- -...--..--- 1 64 .....- 65 1 66
San Diego. --------.. -- 1 102 .---------- 103 6 109
San Francisco------------.------ 1 .-1 -......... I. 1
San Joaquin ..----------------- 81 -1 82 5 87
San Luis Obispo --------- 1 82 ..----- _3 2 85

San Mateo__--_-- --------- .----- 33 --.. --- 33 2 35
Santa Barbara ._- -_---- 1 60 -------- 61 1 62
Santa Clara --....-- -----------. 3 69 3 75 1 76
Santa Cruz -- 1 51 52 1 53
Shasta-. 90 .-------- 90 7 97

Sierra.. ...------------ ...-- -.... 11 -....--- 11 --- 11
Siskiyou -- .------------- ------------ 81 --.- ---- 81 2 83
Solano ------------------ 1 43 1 45 1 46
Sonoma .. ...-. -- 2 135 1 138 3 141
Stanislaus.......---.--- .. ---- 1 55 3 59 1 60

Sutter ....--------------------------- 33 ..- ...... 33 ....-.... 33
Tehama .-- ..-...........--- ---- ..----- 49 1 50 2 52
Trinity .----------------------.-------.. 25 25 1 26
Tulare --------------- .-- 2 112 4 118 4 122
Tuolumne-------..... ---------------- 27 .--. 27 ....2---- 27

Ventura --. ----- 1 47 1 49 1 50
Yolo ---...-.....- ...----- .----- ----- ---- 39 2 41 1 42
Yuba ........------------- ..........-- .. 33 -. -. ... 33 2 35

Totals..------............-- 45 3,080 54 3,179 101 3,280

SCity school districts are those districts having city boards of education and city superintendents of schools. Al-
though San Francisco has a city and county government, it is considered as a city school district in this biennial report.
'Joint school districts embrace territory in more than one county.
SSchool Code sections 2.170 and 2.171 require the county board of supervisors to suspend any elementary school
district in which there has been an average daily attendance of five or less pupils during a whole school year.