Elementary school in the 1940s

120 Years of - National Center for Education Statistics

very basic items, such as public elementary and sec-ondary school enrollment, attendance, teachers and their salaries, high school graduates, and expendi-tures. Over the years, the level of detail has gradu-ally increased. Today, the National Center for Edu-cation Statistics has a staff of approximately 130 who

December 9th,2019

K-12 Construction Dates

1937 Burbank Elementary School* 1938 Warm Springs Elementary School (2) 1940s 1943 Bradley Elementary School 1943 Monterey Elementary School 1943 Roosevelt Elementary School 1946 Muscoy Elementary School 1947 Fairfax Elementary School 1948 Cypress Elementary School 1948 Del Rosa Elementary School 1949 Davidson Elementary School

December 9th,2019

120 Years of - National Center for Education Statistics

very basic items, such as public elementary and sec-ondary school enrollment, attendance, teachers and their salaries, high school graduates, and expendi-tures. Over the years, the level of detail has gradu-ally increased. Today, the National Center for Edu-cation Statistics has a staff of approximately 130 who

December 9th,2019

A History of School Design and its Indoor Environmental ...

A History of School Design and its Indoor Environmental Standards, 1900 to Today 5 Figure 3. Bridgeport High School in Connecticut, as of 1879, from Mod-ern American School Buildings, Briggs, 1899 buildings, they were just as often crowded and imper-sonal. One example of this era can be seen in Figure 3, in the Bridgeport High School in ...

December 9th,2019

A HISTORY OF The HUNTINGTON UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT

zens of the town gave monies to build a school for teaching the new liberal education. The building meas-ured 40 by 24 feet. It was closed in 1856-57 to make room for a new structure. The Huntington High School or Union School as it was known at the time, opened in 1857 with grades 1-12.

December 9th,2019

Kentucky Historic Schools Survey: An Examination of the ...

cluded school principals in consultation with janitorial staff. Of the school districts reporting, 160 facilities were used for elementary and secondary education. Forms were returned for: 103 elemen-tary schools, 26 middle schools, 31 high schools, 21 administra-