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No. 217. EARNED DEGREES CONFERRED, BY FIELD OF STUDY,
AND SEX: 1971
LEVEL OF Degree,
Represents zero. X Not applicable.
1 Includes first-professional degrees requiring at least 6 years.
2 Architectural engineering included with engineering.
3 Home economics education, music education, and speech correction included with education.
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Earned Degrees Conferred: 1970-71.
Earned Degrees Conferred-Libraries
No. 218. EARNED DEGREES CONFERRED, BY LEVEL OF DEGREE: 1940 TO 1971 [In thousands, except percent. 1940 excludes Alaska and Hawaii; beginning 1950, includes Puerto Rico; 1965, Guam; and 1970, Virgin Islands. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 327-338, for figures excluding Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Guam]
No. 219. LIbraries-Number, by Type: 1970-71 AND 1972-73
Includes approximately 2,000 public libraries with annual incomes of less than $2,000 or book funds of less than $500, and 400 law libraires with less than 10,000 volumes each. 2 Includes veterans hospitals. 3 Includes science-technology, business and financial, advertising, newspaper and publishing, art and music libraries, and specialized colleges such as business and technical schools. Part of college and university.
Source: R. R. Bowker Co., New York, N.Y., The Bowker Annual of Library and Book Trade Information and American Library Directory, biennial. (Copyright by Xerox Corporation.)
No. 220. Public Libraries-Volumes, Expenditures, AND STAFF: 1955 to 1968 [Volumes in thousands; expenditures in thousands of dollars. For fiscal years. Covers city, county, and regional public library systems providing service to areas with 50,000 inhabitants or more]
Source. U.S. Office of Education, Statistics of Public Libraries, 1956, 1962, 1965, and 1968, and Digest of Educational Statistics, annual.
No. 221. ADULT EDUCATION-PARTICIPATION, BY SEX, RACE, Age, and SOURCE OF INSTRUCTION: 1969
1 Percentages total more than 100, since some adults received instruction from more than one source. Source: U.S. Office of Education, Participation in Adult Education, 1969: Initial Report. Also in Digest of Educational Statistics, 1970.
No. 222. VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS,
FEDERALLY AIDED STUDENTS
TEACHERS, AND EXPENDITURES: 1950 TO 1971
[In thousands, except as indicated. For years ending June 30. Includes Puerto Rico for all years; Virgin Islands, beginning 1955; Guam, beginning 1960; and American Samoa and Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, beginning 1970]
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Vocational and Technical Education, annual.
No. 223. MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING ACT PROGRAM-ENROLLMENTS,
COMPLETIONS, AND EMPLOYMENT: 1963 TO 1972
[In thousands. For years ending June 30. Excludes Construction Outreach Program. Fiscal years 1963-69 survey data based on three followups, the third occurring one year after completion of training. Beginning November 1969, survey data based on two followups, the second occurring six months after completion of training. Posttraining employment includes persons employed at time of most recent followup]
Source: U.S. Manpower Administration, Manpower Report of the President, 1973.
No. 224. VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS-ENROLLMENT AND EXPENDITURES, STATES AND
OTHER AREAS: 1971
For year ending June 30)
FEDERAL GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ADMINISTERED BY THE OFFICE OF EDUCATION, BY PROGRAM-STATES AND OTHER AREAS: 1970 [In thousands of dollars. For year ending June 30. Data on a checks-issued basis]
Represents zero. 1 Includes National Defense Education and Arts and Humanities Acts. Includes teacher corps ($18,191,272), educational improvement for the handicapped ($31,072,629), and civil rights education ($3,099,324). 3 Includes education professions development ($67,701,219), land-grant college assistance ($2,600,000), and higher education facilities assistance ($191,716,060). Includes public library and community services, adult basic education, educational TV and radio facilities, and public library construction. Includes civil defense education ($3,662,807), public works and economic development ($2,960,408), and Appalachia ($20,279,455).
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Digest of Educational Statistics, 1970.