Education: Two Reports

The rural education division of the U. S. Bureau of Education last week mulled over a report issued by its colleague, the statistical division. It was an encouraging sort of report; said that since 1922 there had been an increase of 25.5% among women. 30.1% among men, enrolled in U. S. teacher-teaching institutions; said that there were 40,963 more teachers-in-the-making in 1923 than in 1921; that 11 new teachers' colleges had opened, making 382 in all the U. S.; said that, taking the average training period of all these institutions as two...

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