Report Volume 50

Report Volume 50

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: the increase in population. It will be noticed that for every increase of one person in the population of Springfield in the past twenty-four years, that city has spent $49.62 towards new schoolhouses. During the same time, bringing a total increase of 50,393 in the population of Fall River, for every increase of one person the city has spent only $27.25 for new schoolhouses. Although Fall River is the Second largest city of the State and ranked fourth in the in 48 ANNUAL SCHOOL REPORT crease in population during twenty-four years, it ranks next to the last in the proportion of the amount of money which it spent for new schoolhouses during this period. The city, therefore, has no reason to complain that it has spent and is spending too much for schools. These figures clearly prove that is is not spending as much as other cities in proportion to its needs. 1 Rank of Eight Massachusetts Cities m PROPORTION or sums swsrw FOR VARIOUS SCHOOL PURPOSES ADMIN ISTRA-TEACHERS' BOOKS AND TOTAL EDUCA-JAN ITORS' BUILDING TOTAL TION SALARIES SUPPLIES TION COST SALARIES 4 REPAIRS FUEL UPKEEP COST Cambridge Lowell ' FALL RIVER Lowell Lowell 1 I Lawrence Worcester, i Lynn Lawrence FALL RIVER Springfield Lynn FALL RIVER 2 3 Lynn Lawrence Lawrence Springfield Lynn Worcester Lawrence Lynn 9-3 4 Cambridge FALL RIVER Lowell New Bedford Cambridge Lynn Worcester Worcester 4 5 Worcester New Bedford Lawrence New Bedford New Bedford? 6 Springfield Springfield New Bedford Lynn l Springfield l New Bedford FAIL RIVER Springfield 6 7 Lowell Lynn Worcester FALL RIVER Vorcester Lowell. Cambridge Lawrence 7 8 Worcester Lowell-Cambridge Springfield Cambridge 8 OF THE ENTIRE SUM SPENT FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 1913-1914 New Bedford ranked highest in the more

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  • Paperback | 24 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236807103
  • 9781236807106