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TABLE I.—Computed effort index under S. 2 for States based on U.S. Office of Education estimates of average daily attendance and revenue

receipts from State and local sources, 1951–5%

School-age
population
(5 to 17 years)
July 1, 1951
(ia thou-
sands)

State

Average daily

Percent reyattendance Revenue re

enue per

Effort index
Total per-

Income per of public ceipts from Revenue per pupil in aver-national aver-
sonal in-
child of elementary State and pupil in aver-

age daily age=1.000
come, 1951
school age
and secon-
local sources,

age daily

attendance (col. 8:18-
(in millions) (col. 3+col. 2) dary schools, 1951-52 (in attendance is of income

tional quo-
1951-52 (in thousands) (col. 8+col. 5) per child of tient of 3.30)
thousands)

school age
(col. 7+col. 4)

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TABLE I.-Computed effort index under S. 2 for States based on U.S. Office of Education estimates of average daily attendance and revenue

New Mexico
New York.
North Carolina.
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma.
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island.
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah.
Vermont.
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming-

1. 688 1. 006 1. 233 1. 330 0.794 1. 382 1.252 0.961 0. 785 1.097 1. 324 0.967 1. 076 1. 403 1.070 0.979 0.976 1. 200 1.030 1. 024

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receipts from State and local sources, 1951-52—Continued

State

School-age
population
(5 to 17 years)
July 1, 1951
(in thou-
sands)

Average daily

attendance Total per

Income per of public sonal in

child of elementary come, 1951 school age

and secon-
(in millions) |(col. 3+col. 2) dary schools,

1951-52 (in
thousands)

Percent rev-
Revenue re-

enue per

Effort index
ceipts from Revenue per pupil in aver-national aver-

State and pupil in aver- age daily age=1.000
local sources,

age daily attendance (col. 8-na-
1951-52 (in attendance is of income tional quo-
thousands) (col. 6+col. 5) per child of tient of 3.30)

school age

(col. 7col. 4) (6) (7) (8)

(9)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1 Column totals are not equal to totals for continental United States because of rounding. Index for District of Columbia assumed to be equal to average for the United States by prorisions of the bill.

NOTE.-Figures for Alaska are not available.

Sources: Cols. 2 and 3 from U.S. Department of Commerce; cols. 5 and 6 from U.S.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; cols. 4, 7, 8, and 9 computed by the
NEA Research Division.

TABLE II.—Computed effort index under S. 2 for States based on U.S. Office of Education estimates of average daily attendance and revenue

receipts from State and local sources, 1953–54

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TABLE II.-Computed effort index under S. % for States based on U.S. Office of Education estimates of average daily attendance and revenue

receipts from State and local sources, 1953–54-Continued

1 Column totals are not equal to totals for continental United States because of round. ing. Index for District of Columbia assumed to be equal to average for the United States by provisions of the bill.

State

(1)

New Mexico
New York,
North Carolina.
North Dakota.
Ohio.
Oklahoma.
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina.
South Dakota...
Tennessee
Texas.
Utah
Vermont.
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin..
Wyoming

207
2,892
1, 097

156
1, 770

158
630
165

NOTE.-Figures for Alaska are not available,

Sources: Cols. 2 and 3 from U.S. Department of Commerce; cols. 5 and 6 from U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; cols. 4, 7, 8, and 9 computed by the NÉA Research Division,

TABLE III.—Computed effort index under S. 2 for States based on U.S. Office of Education estimates of average daily attendance and revenue

Income per of public ceipts from Revenue per pupil in aver- national aversonal in- child of elementary State and pupil in aver- age daily age-1.000 come, 1955 school age and second local sources,

receipts from State and local sources, 1955-56

School-age
population
(5 to 17 years)
July 1, 1955
(in thou-
sands)

State

Average daily

Percent revattendance Revenue re

enue per

Effort index
Total per-

age daily

attendance (col. 8+na(in millions) (col. 3+COL. 2) ary schools, 1955-56 (in attendance is of income tional quo

1955–56 (in thousands) (col. 6+col. 5) per child of tient of 4.05)
thousands)

school age
(col. 7-col. 4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(8)

(9)

Continental United States 1

37, 140

$304, 651

$8, 203

27,645

$9, 189, 941

$332.43

4. 05

1.000

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