Excerpt from Thirty-Seventh Annual Report of the Board of Education: For the Year Ending June 30, 1891
At the time I had the honor Of assuming the duties Of the President of the Board of Education the pros peets as regards the financial condition were any thing but encouraging. When I say this I do not mean to create the impression that, on account Of mis-management of business affairs, the financial resources had been exhausted, or that the Board in power up to July lst, 1890, had not looked ahead and used the available funds without considering the future. TO the contrary, the management had been excellent in every branch of the enormous school system, but conditions over which the Board had no control were such that a financial crisis seemed un avoidable. The annexation of 1889 had brought to the city a vast territory, divided into forty-one school districts with a large number of schools, for.
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