The children of immigrants in schools

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Page 175 - Year in course of study in which student is registering. (Check the appropriate year.) 1st year. 2d year. 3d year. 4th year. 5th year. 6th year.
Page 28 - RETARDATION OF PUPILS. The report of the Commission pays special attention to the " retardation " of pupils, and data relative to retardation are shown race by race. A " retarded " pupil, as the term is used throughout this report, is one who is 2 or more years older than the normal age for his grade. Thus, a pupil is retarded if 8 years of age or over and in the first grade; 9 years of age or over and in the second grade; 10 years of age or over and in the third grade; 11 years of age or over and...
Page 18 - The general nativity percentages have already been discussed in connection with a previous table. It will be of interest at this time to note certain races. Johnstown has the highest proportion of pupils who are children of native-born white fathers. In only 7 of the 37 cities is the proportion of pupils who are children of native-born white fathers as high as 60 per cent.
Page 121 - Race, sex, and grade Number of pupils of each sex in each grade, by general nativity and race of father of pupil. This table shows by sex the number of pupils in each grade or year of school work. The information is presented by general nativity and race of father of pupil. The age of the pupils is not shown. From this table are computed the percentages showing "race distribution" in Table 5 and thepercentages showing "grade distribution
Page 125 - States, but elsewhere than in the city in which they lived at the time of the investigation, by general nativity and race of father. In this table the pupils included are divided into two groups: 1. Those having attended school elsewhere. 2. Those not having attended school elsewhere. Under each of the...
Page 123 - Grade entered by pupils, by general nativity and race of father. This table refers to the grade entered in public school. No account is taken of entrance into kindergarten. The table separates the pupils into five groups according to grade first entered, as follows : 1. Those who entered first grade. 2. Those who entered second grade. 3. Those who entered third grade. 4. Those who entered fourth grade. 5. Those who entered fifth grade or above. Under each of the groups is shown the proportion...

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