The children of immigrants in schools

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911
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Página 90 - FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE SIXTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE...
Página vii - 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...
Página ix - Under each of the three groups which remain is shown the proportion of pupils 8 years of age or over who are retarded. Table 24. — Access to present grade, by race of father; foreign-born pupils only.
Página 206 - Between the eighth grade and the first year of the high school there is a more considerable diminution in numbers.
Página iii - 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 the percentages showing "grade distribution
Página 269 - Table 4- — Race and grade, by age— Number of pupils of each specified age in each grade, by general nativity and race of father of pupil.
Página viii - Table 11 in every respect except that it relates only to foreign-born pupils. TABLE 13. — Ability to speak English of foreign-born fathers of pupils, by race of father. — This table includes only non-Englishspeaking races. The pupils included are separated into two groups as follows: 1. Those whose fathers speak English. 2. Those whose fathers do not speak English. Under each of the two groups is shown the proportion of pupils 8 years of age or over who are retarded. TABLE 14.

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