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TABLE 8.-Summary by States of school enrollment and attendance in cities and villages containing over 4,000 inhabitants.
1 In the preparation of these summaries omissions and deficiencies in the returns of individual cities were supplied from the best sources available. If no accurate information could be had in any particular case, an estimate based upon the ratios developed in the other cities of the same State was used unless it appeared that the conditions were essentially different in the city for which precise data were lacking.
Blanks in the tables indicate that the number of cities which reported the item was not sufficient to justify an assumption of approximate correctness in an estimate for the deficiency.
TABLE 9.-Summary by States of supervising officers, teachers, property, and expenditures of school systems of cities and villages containing over 4,000 inhabitants.
North Atlantic Divi- 1,303 1,914 25,648 27,592 3,826 1,299, 275
92,814, 028 16,800, 601 29,566, 176
TABLE 10.-Summary by States of statistics of public high schools in cities and villages containing over 4,000 inhabitants.
TABLE 11.-Summary by States of statistics of public evening schools in cities and villages containing over 4,000 inhabitants.
SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
A.-Annual salaries of teachers in the following cities: Birmingham, Ala., Little Rock, Ark., Los Angeles, Cal., San Francisco, Cal., Denver, Colo., Bridgeport, Conn., New Haven, Conn.. Wilmington, Del., Washington, D. C.. Atlanta, Ga., Chicago, Ill., Peoria, Ill., Evansville, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Des Moines, Iowa (west side), Des Moines, Iowa (east side), Sioux City, Iowa, Kansas City, Kans., Covington, Ky., Louisville, Ky., Portland, Me., Cambridge, Mass., Holyoke, Mass., Lawrence, Mass., Lowell, Mass., New Bedford, Mass., Salem, Mass., Worcester, Mass., Detroit, Mich.. Grand Rapids, Mich., Saginaw, Mich. (east side), Minneapolis, Minn., St. Paul, Minn., Kansas City, Mo., St. Joseph, Mo., Helena, Mont., Omaha, Nebr., Nashua, N. H., Camden, N. J., Jersey City, N. J., Newark, N. J., Paterson, N. J., Trenton, N. J., Albany, N. Y., Brooklyn, N. Y., Buffalo, N. Y., New York, N. Y., Rochester, N. Y., Syracuse, N. Y., Troy, N. Y., Yonkers, N. Y., Columbus, Ohio, Dayton, Ohio, Springfield, Ohio, Portland, Oregon, Allegheny, Pa., Philadelphia, Pa., Pittsburg, Pa., Reading, Pa., Provi dence, R. I., Charleston, S. C., Memphis, Tenn., Nashville, Tenn., Dallas, Tex., Salt Lake City, Utah, Richmond, Va., Tacoma, Wash., Milwaukee, Wis.
B.-A contribution to the history of teachers' salaries, being, as far as the available records show, a detailed statement of the salaries paid in Baltimore, Md., St. Louis, Mo., Boston, Mass., New Orleans, La., and Cincinnati, Ohio, for each year since the establishment of public schools in those cities. (Tables 1 to 28.)
A.-Annual salaries of teachers in 69 of the principal cities of the United States.
[Compiled from the Report of the Public Schools, 1888-89, p. 62.1
The board may employ four experienced teachers holding first-grade licenses at $540 per annum.