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ERIC Number: ED540809
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1925
Pages: 14
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: N/A
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.]
Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior.
Publication Type: Historical Materials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education (ED)