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The Present Provision for the Education and Training of Secondary Teachers in the United States


by Manfred J. Holmes - 1905

In 1889-90 there were 9,120 teachers in public high schools, and 7,209 in private schools of the secondary class in the United States. In I901-2 these numbers had increased to 22,415 for public, and 9,903 for teachers in private secondary schools respectively. The average annual rate of increase of public high-school teachers for the thirteen years was about 1,000. The character and vigor of public high-school growth during the last three years will warrant the assumption that this rate of increase has at least been maintained; therefore there must be about 25,OOO teachers in our public high schools at the present time (1905).


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 4, No. 1.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 6 Number 6, 1905, p. 63-82
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21149, Date Accessed: 7/26/2021 1:48:23 PM

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