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ERIC Number: ED540809
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1925
Reference Count: 0
Educational Boards and Foundations, 1922-1924. Bulletin, 1925, No. 34
Evans, Henry R.
Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior
The General Education Board has, since its foundation in 1902, to July 1, 1924; appropriated $116,727,895.38 for various phases of educational endeavor. Of this sum, $59,313,857.68 was paid to or set aside for colleges and other institutions for whites, $6,902,813.91 for educational institutions for negroes; and $999,207.09 for miscellaneous objects. The sum of $11,370,266.39 was appropriated by the board for the year ended June 30, 1924. Of this amount, $4,683,333 represents appropriations from principal and $6,686,927.39 appropriations from income. The income receipts of the General Education Board were as follows: Balance, July 1, 1923, $9,240,224.48; proceeds of sale of real estate, $342,502.22; refunds on account of other payments made in previous years, $17,590.85; income for the year, $6,361,821.04. Total, $15,962,139.29. The statement of disbursements of income for educational purposes is as follows: "For whites."--Art exhibition of work of Professor Cizek's pupils $5;000. Colleges and schools: Endowment and general purposes, $1,113,241.94; to increase teachers' salaries, $667,203.58; fellowships and scholarships, $63,151.84. Indiana demonstration county educational units, $31,966.88; Indiana State department of education, $6,000; Kentucky Educational Association, $2,281.05; Lincoln School, $166,624.64; medical schools, $1,874,098.23; professors of secondary education, $55,897.94; rural school agents, $83,617.67; State agents for secondary education, $59,714.67; teachers' certification law of Indiana, $793.69; vocational arts survey, $5,735.70. "For negroes."--Colleges and schools: Endowment and general purposes, $389,376.34; to increase teachers' salaries, $89,000. County training school, $89,132.06; critic teachers, $11,848.53; expenses of students at summer schools, $7,249.24; John F. Slater fund, $17,657.05; medical schools, $160,777.53; negro rural school fund, $77,050; rural school agents, $70,541.60; scholarships, $450; summer schools, $33,874.52. "Miscellaneous."--American Classical League, $32,005.24; Bureau of Educational Measurements, $1,953.66; conferences, $2,051.79; division of educational relations $2,730.16; educational investigation and research, $100.28; general survey of educational conditions and needs in Indiana, $33.95; improvement of accounting systems in educational institutions, $4,711.70; national committee on mathematical requirements, $19,228.30; public-school finance, $18,750; report on medical education, $4,799.87; rural-school supervision, $20,014.90; study of distribution of physicians in the United States, $4,686.62; study of museums, $16,966.95; survey of Greenwich (Connecticut) public schools, $148.09; surveys (miscellaneous), $45,498.85. Total, $5,256,565.06. Administration, $313,870.98. Grand total, $5,570,436.04. Income on hand June 30, 1924, as accounted for on balance sheet, $10,391,703.25. Contents of this bulletin include: (1) General Education Board; (2) Rockefeller Foundation; (3) Carnegie Corporation of New York; (4) Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; (5) Jeanes fund; (6) John F. Slater fund; (7) Phelps-Stokes fund; (8) Baron de Hirsch fund; (9) American-Scandinavian Foundation; (10) American Field Service fellowships for French universities; (11) Juillard Musical Foundation; (12) Commission for relief in Belgium Educational Foundation; (13) Kahn Foundation for the foreign travel of American teachers; (14) Commonwealth fund; (15) Engineering Economics Foundation; and (16) Julius Rosenwald Fund. (Contains 4 footnotes.) [Best copy available has been provided.]
Descriptors: General Education, Educational Finance, Medical Education, Museums, Foreign Countries, Real Estate, Fellowships, Scholarships, School Supervision, Income, Private Financial Support, Teacher Salaries, Summer Programs, Counties, Rural Areas, African American Students, Conferences (Gatherings), Educational Research, Accounting, Public Schools, Surveys, Travel, White Students, Study Abroad, Boards of Education, Higher Education
Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior.
Publication Type: Historical Materials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Higher Education
Authoring Institution: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education (ED)