Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1896 - Education
 

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Contents

PART I
3
Summary of statistics of school systems of cities containing over 8000 inhabitants showing
12
General statistics of necondary schools
19
Equipment and income
25
Tho endowed academies
32
Summary of statistics of public high schools
38
Summary of statistic of private secondary schools
48
Keview of public high school statistics from 1890 to 1895
72
lie view of private high school statistics from 1890 to 1895
89
General summary
107
Colleges and universities reporting students in teachers training course
118
Summary of statistics of public normal schools
129
Comparative statistics of public normal schools from 1890 to 1895
143
Universities and colleges
149
Summary of statistics of coeducational universities and colleges and in colleges for men only
155
Summary of degrees conferred on men by universities and colleges
166
Colleges for women Division B
176
Comparative statistics of higher education from 1890 to 1895
184
General summary of statistics of professional and allied schools
235
Comparative statistics of professional and allied schools from 1890 to 1895
242
General educational statistics
257
Recent movements relative to religious instruction and to public support for denominational
263
Introductory statement
275
Education in France
289
Subjects and courses of instruction
296
Summary of proceedings of tho Educational Congress at Havre in 1895
303
Chapter IXPublic Education in Belgium
313
Education in Central Europe
321
Is German education in a state of decomposition ?Translation of an article by Dr Fr Dittos
329
Supplementary and industrial schools in Germany
345
Rural or ungraded schools in Germany
380
German opinions on tho BellLancaster method of mutual instruction
403
Xormal schools in Switzerland 420
444
National features of female education
460
Public instruction in the Grand Dutchy of Luxemburg
471
Historical sketch
477
Superintendence of primary schools
486
Income and expenditures
500
Secondary just ruction
507
Secondary schools for girls
513
Schools of navigation and other special schools
527
Education in Italy
543
Superior instruction
552
Educational authorities and the functions and powers of each
636
Professional training of teachers
650
Documents employed by the regents of the University of the State of New York in inspecting
659
Documents from the office of the education department of Toronto
666
Religion and the Stato school system in upper Canada
673
Memorandum on tho training of teachers in England
679
Training of touchers of secondary schools in France 635
698
Memorandum by Mr M E Sadler on tle leaving examination as conducted in the secondary
708
Plan and arrangement
717
Language
723
Higher education of Russian Poland
743
Higher education in Austrian Poland 783
765
Education in tho ancient Polish provinces of Prussia
783
Chapter XVI
793
Women at the University of Cambridge
853
Examinat ions
865
Newiiham College
877
The climate of England
893
development of tho woman movement
907
Spain
942
School legislation abroad
964
Marriage rate of collegebred women iHJS
970
Introduction
977
Bosv Chnutauqnans live
987
Finances
994
S C
1000
Offices buildings aud organization
1007
Circulation and uao of books
1008
Prison work
1015
Opinions of the C L S C
1021
Correspondence system
1029
The teachers retreat
1035
School of penmanship and business 1012
1042
Palestinepark the boys club girls club
1051
The Chautatiquan The Assembly Herald
1057
The Catholic Summer School of America 1005
1065
Pensions for Teachers
1079
Pensions In Philadelphia Pa 1080
1100
Comments of tbo press
1108
CoeducationCompulsory AttendanceAmerican Students in For
1115
American Btudeuts in foreign universities
1123
College presidents
1135
Principals of public normal schools
1144

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Page 280 - Council from any Act or Decision of any Provincial Authority affecting any Right or Privilege of the Protestant or Roman Catholic Minority of the Queen's Subjects in relation to Education: 4.
Page 715 - When we arrive at the end of the thirteenth and the beginning of the fourteenth century...
Page 280 - General in Council on any appeal under this section is not duly executed by the proper provincial authority in that behalf then and in every such case and as far only as the circumstances of each case require the Parliament of Canada may make remedial laws for the due execution of the provisions of this section and of any decision of the Governor General in Council under this section.
Page 280 - General in Council on any Appeal under this Section is not duly executed by the proper Provincial Authority in that Behalf, then and in every such Case, and as far only as the Circumstances of each Case require, the Parliament of Canada may make remedial Laws for the due Execution of the Provisions of this Section and of any Decision of the Governor General in Council under this Section.
Page 841 - to erect, maintain and conduct a College for the higher education of women" ; and "to take such steps as from time to time may be thought most expedient and effectual to obtain for the Students of the College admission to the examinations for degrees of the University of Cambridge ; and generally to place the College in connection with that University.
Page 279 - In and for each Province the Legislature may exclusively make laws in relation to education, subject and according to the following provisions :• — • 1. Nothing in any such law shall prejudicially affect any right or privilege with respect to denominational schools which any class of persons have by law in the Province at the union.
Page 280 - In case any such provincial law as from time to time seems to the GovernorGeneral in Council requisite for the due execution of the provisions...
Page 281 - Catholic school districts in the province where schools were in operation. With regard to local assessments for school purposes it was provided that the ratepayers of a school district should pay their respective assessments to the schools of their respective denominations, and in no case was a Protestant ratepayer to be obliged to pay for a Catholic school, or a Catholic ratepayer for a Protestant school.
Page 280 - Where in any Province a System of Separate or Dissentient Schools exists by Law at the Union or is thereafter established by the Legislature of the...
Page 284 - May, 1890, such minority had, viz. : — (a.) The right to build, maintain, equip, manage, conduct and support Roman Catholic schools, in the manner provided for by the said statutes which were repealed by the two Acts of 1890 aforesaid.

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