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  • AVERAGE SALARY SCHEDULE STATE STANDARDS, COLORED SCHOOLS, RECOMMENDATIONS OF COMMISSION From Report and Recommendations of the Commission to Study Public Schools and Colleges for Colored People in North Carolina. Authorized by the General Assembly in Resolution No. 28, March 10, 1937, and Appointed by Governor Clyde R. Hoey.


  • MAP OF NORTH CAROLINA Availability of Accredited High Schools for Negroes 1936-1937. 35 Counties in which the number of accredited high schools is sufficient to serve the present population. 36 Counties in which the high school facilities are fairly adequate. 12 Counties in which the high school facilities are inadequate. 17 Counties in each of which the Negro school population is not sufficient to support a four year accredited high school. From Report and Recommendations of the Commission to Study Public Schools and Colleges for Colored People in North Carolina. Authorized by the General Assembly in Resolution No. 28, March 10, 1937, and Appointed by Governor Clyde R. Hoey.


  • PER CAPITA COST--STATE APPROPRIATIONS--STATE STANDARDS COLORED SCHOOLS--RECOMMENDATIONS OF COMMISSION From Report and Recommendations of the Commission to Study Public Schools and Colleges for Colored People in North Carolina. Authorized by the General Assembly in Resolution No. 28, March 10, 1937, and Appointed by Governor Clyde R. Hoey.


  • State Schools From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Transportation for Negro High School Pupils, 1936-1937 10 Counties with complete consolidation and transportation for high schools. Counties with bus transportation in varying stages of completion. 20 Counties without bus transportation. 17 Counties in each of which the Negro school population is not sufficient to support a four year accredited high school. From Report and Recommendations of the Commission to Study Public Schools and Colleges for Colored People in North Carolina. Authorized by the General Assembly in Resolution No. 28, March 10, 1937, and Appointed by Governor Clyde R. Hoey.