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ERIC Number: ED141047
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: N/A
Statistics Concerning Indian Education, Fiscal Year 1976.
Pierce, Tonietta, Comp.
Presenting statistical data on the 1976 Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) operated schools, this publication is comprised of the following tabular data: (1) school census by BIA area and agency; (2) number of BIA schools operated, by type (day and boarding schools); (3) enrollment and average daily attendance by BIA area; (4) BIA boarding school enrollment and average daily attendance; (5) BIA day school enrollment and average daily attendance; (6) BIA dormitory enrollment and average daily attendance; (7) BIA school enrollment by grade and area; (8) BIA school completions and graduates by area; (9) BIA school enrollment by degree of Indian blood; (10) BIA school enrollment by tribe; (11) BIA school construction summary by area; (12) activities under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Public Law 89-10 (ESEA); (13) BIA higher education programs; (14) Johnson-O'Malley enrollments; (15) enrollments in schools contracted for operation by American Indian groups; and (16) BIA adult education programs and state funded programs for American Indian adults. A statistical fact sheet on BIA schools is also presented, indicating 216,168 Indian children (5 to 18 years) were enrolled in BIA schools (74 boarding schools, 114 day schools, and 16 dormitories) and that there were 1,400 high school graduates and 285 post-graduate completions and placements in 1976. (JC)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Agency Role, American Indians, Average Daily Membership, Boarding Schools, Census Figures, Day Schools, Dormitories, Elementary Secondary Education, Enrollment, Federal Legislation, Graduates, Higher Education, Programs, School Construction, Schools, Statistical Data, Tables (Data), Tribally Controlled Education, Tribes
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Bureau of Indian Affairs (Dept. of Interior), Washington, DC. Office of Education Programs.
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Elementary and Secondary Education Act; Johnson O Malley Act