1881 public laws – Ch. 200 Sec. 45

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CHAPTER 200 AN ACT TO REVISE AND CONSOLIDATE THE PUBLIC SCHOOL LAW AND TO MAKE MORE EFFICIENT THE SYSTEM OF PUBLIC IN: STRUCTION IN THIS STATE. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact :

It shall be the duty of the county superintendent of public instruction of each county, on or before the first Monday in December of every year, to report to the state superintendent of public instruction an abstract statement of the number, grade, race and sex of the teachers examined and approved by him during the year ; also the number cf public schools taught in the county during the year for each race ; the number of pupils of each race enrolled in said schools; their average attendance; the number of males and the number of females; the average length of the terms of said schools and the average salary, respectively, of the white and colored teachers; also full and accurate statistics of the number of school children in the county, giving race and sex ; the number of school districts for each race and the number of public schoolhouses and the value of public school property for each, race; the number of teachers institutes held and the number of teachers that attended such institutes; together with such suggestions as may occur to him promotive of the school interests of the county. 25

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