Annual Report to Congress of the Federal Board for Vocational Education, Volumes 1-4

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Contents

General tables
95
General tablesContinued Page
98
Appendix A Regulations covering the administration of the Vocational Edu
113
Appendix B Rulings and decisions of the Federal board
141
Response of States to the SmithHughes Act
151
State legislation
158
Schools and institutions approved by State boards for reimbursement out
16
Unexpended balances in State treasuries June 30 1919 and amount to
36
Present status of trade and industrial education for girls and women Page
64
Promotional work needed to develop trade and industrial education 71
71
Employment management 78
78
Region No 1 Maine New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode
89
Region No 2 Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida
108
Region No 3 West Virginia Ohio Kentucky Michigan Indiana Wisconsin
131
Region No 4 North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma
156
Region No 5 Idaho Utah Arizona Nevada Washington Oregon California
173
Interest earned on Federal funds
188
Number of schools federally aided for years ended June 30 1919
193
Pupils enrolled in vocational courses
196
Subjects taught Number of vocational schools federally aided
199
Teachertraining institutions teachers and enrollments
202
Amount of Federal money expended by the States for reimbursement
205
Number of vocational schools federally aided by States for years
214
by States for year ended June 30 1919
220
Vocational schools applying for Federal aid by States Number
229
Number of vocational teachertraining institutions federally aided Page
232
Amount of salaries to State directors and supervisors paid or reim
240
Reimbursement of parttime schools by States Amount of Federal
246
Cooperation with other agencies
9
Report of the Industrial Rehabilitation DivisionVoca
12
National committees 66
66
Retail selling training 73
73
Schools and classes 79
79
ommercial clucation 85
85
Summary of progress by StatesContinued Page Delaware 101
101
Florida 103
103
Georgia 106
106
Idaho 109
109
Illinois 111
111
Indiana 113
113
Iowa 116
116
Kansas 118
118
Kentucky 120
120
Louisiana 122
122
Maine 124
124
Maryland 126
126
Massachusetts 128
128
New Jersey 146
146
New Mexico 149
149
New York 152
152
North Carolina_ 151
157
Ohio 158
158
Oklahona 162
162
Oregon 163
163
Pennsylvania 164
164
Rhode Island 167
167
South Carolina 168
168
South Dakota 171
171
Tennessee 172
172
Texas 174
174
ltah 176
176
Vermont 178
178
Virginia 180
180
Washington 183
183
West Virginia 185
185
Wisconsin 186
186
Wyoming 188
188
Statistical reportTabulations from State annual statistical and financial reports to the Federal Board for Vocational Education 190
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Vocational teachers in schools federally aided for years ended June 30 1920 1919 and 1918 191
191
Years ended June 30 1918 1919
192
Vocational pupils in schools federally aided for the years ended June 30 1920 1919 and 1918 193
193
Vocational teachertraining institutions teachers and pupils for years ended June 30 1920 1919 and 1918 194
195
Sex of pupils enrolled in vocational courses in home economics
199
Number of teachers of vocational courses in schools federally
201
Sex of teachers of vocational courses in trade or industrial
208
Allotment of vocational education Federal funds to States for year
212
Number of pupils enrolled in vocational courses in trade
214
Sex of pupils enrolled in vocational courses in parttime gen
223
Sex of pupils in vocational teachertraining courses in institu
229
Reimbursement of trade or industrial evening parttime
238
Reimbursement out of Federal funds of specified types
240
Availability of Federal fund for each class of teacher training
246
Federal grants to States for specified types of vocational edu
247
Unexpended balance and amount to be sent to State for voca
248
Allotment of vocational education Federal funds to States for
254
Number of industrial establishments and of schools and colleges
260
Brief historical sketch
261
General survey of the work
272
District office studies
294
Number in training June 30 1920 by districts
430
Amputation cases classified by amputation and by training
444
Summary of progress cases reported by district offices since
451
Training agenciesschools and colleges providing vocational
468

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Page 136 - Act and designate or create a State board, consisting of not less than three members, and having all necessary power to cooperate, as herein provided, with the Federal Board for Vocational Education in the administration of the provisions of this Act.
Page 170 - An Act to provide for the promotion of vocational education ; to provide for cooperation with the States in the promotion of such education in agriculture and the trades and industries; to provide for cooperation with the States in the preparation of teachers of vocational subjects ; and to appropriate money and regulate its expenditure,
Page 126 - If any portion of the fund invested as provided by the foregoing section, or any portion of the interest thereon, shall, by any action or contingency, be diminished or lost, it shall be replaced by the State to which it belongs, so that the capital of the fund shall remain forever undiminished...
Page 126 - ... shall be reported to the President, and the amount involved shall be kept separate in the Treasury until the close of the next Congress...
Page 126 - State shall be paid out on the requisition of the State board, as reimbursement for expenditures already incurred, to such schools as are approved by said State board and are entitled to receive such moneys under the provisions of this act.
Page 129 - No portion of said fund nor the interest thereon, shall be applied directly or indirectly, under any pretense whatever, to the purchase, erection, preservation, or repair of any building or buildings.
Page 145 - ... that for each dollar of Federal money expended for such salaries the State or local community, or both, shall expend an equal amount for such salaries; and that appropriations for the training of teachers of vocational subjects, as herein provided, shall be conditioned that such money be expended for maintenance of such training...
Page 141 - That in order to secure the benefits of the appropriation for any purpose specified in this Act, the State board shall prepare plans, showing the kinds of vocational education for which it is proposed that the appropriation shall be used; the kinds of schools and equipment; courses of study; methods of instruction; qualifications of teachers; and, in the case of agricultural subjects the qualifications of supervisors or directors; plans for the training of teachers; and, in the case of agricultural...
Page 46 - Such education shall be that which is under public supervision or control; that the controlling purpose of such education should be to fit for useful employment; that such education shall be of less than college grade and be designed to meet the needs of persons over 14 years of age who have entered upon or who are preparing to enter upon the work of the farm...

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