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STATE OF MARYIAND 

Annual Report 

Department of Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1972 



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STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Departmentof Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1972 

of the Public Schools of Maryland by the State 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Maryland State Board of Education 
Members of the Board 



Year Term Expires 



Jerome Framptom, Jr., 
President 

Richard Schifter 
Vice President 

William M. Goldsborough 

Joanne T. Goldsmith 

La^sTTence Miller 

Ellen 0. Moyer 

William G. Sykes 



FederaLsburg 

Bethesda 
Oakland 

District Heights 
Baltimore 
Annapolis 
Baltimore 



Secretary-Treasurer of the Board and State Superintendent of Schools 
James A. Sensenbaugh 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 
Quentin L. Earhart 



1978 

1979 
1979 
1980 
1977 
1977 
1976 



NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1972. The members of the 

Maryland State Board of Education and the Maryland State Department of Education listed above are those 
who are in office at the time of the formal publication of this report. 



STATE OF MARYLAND 



ALLEGANY 



WASHINGTON 



CECIL 



CARROLL 



HARFORD 



FREDERICK 



BALTIMORE 




JAMES A. SENSENBAUGH 




STATE SUPERINTENDENT 



Maryland State Department of Education 

Baltimore-Washington International Airport 
Baltimore. Maryland 2t240 



THE HONORABLE MARVIN MANDEL 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Mandel: 

I have the honor of submitting to you the 106th Annual Report 
covering all operations of the State Department of Education for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1972. 

Pertinent statistics concerning education in Maryland are 
presented in this report. The report provides data that are valid 
and reliable. The data will not only help in making sound adminis- 
trative decisions but will present a better understanding of our 
school system. 



Respectfully submitted. 




JAMES A. SEXSEN^BAUGH' 
Secretary-Treasurer 



State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Background Data TABLE 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 1 

Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1971-72 2 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1971 3 

Pupil Data 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1961 to Fall of 1971 4 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1961 to Fall of 1971 5 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-71 6 

Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 7 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1971 8 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1971 9 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 10 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 11 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 12 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 13 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 14 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 15 

Total Number of Handicapped Maryland Children Enrolled in Special Classes, Home and Hospital Instruction, or Special Schools: 1971-72 16 

Number of Schools, Classes, and Enrollment in Special Class Programs for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 17 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 18 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1971-72 19 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1971-72 20 



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Handicapped Children Receiving Home and Hospital Instruction: State of Maryland: 1971-72 
Severely Handicapped Children Attending Special Schools Outside Maryland Public School System: 1971-72 

Speech and Hearing Therapy Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Number of Prekindergar ten and Kindergarten Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971 
Number of Pupils in Primary Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
Number of Pupils in Intermediate Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
Number of Pupils in High School Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
Number of Pupils in Special Classes Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

SunEier School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1971 

Suczner School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971 
Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1971-72 
Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1971-72 
Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1972 
Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1972 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1961-62 -- 1971-72 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1971 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



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TABLE 

Foreign Language Enrollments, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 kl 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 43 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 44 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 45 

Industrial Education (Vocational- Indus trial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High 

Schools: Fall of 1971 46 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 47 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 48 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 49 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 50 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 51 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 52 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 53 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 54 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 55 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1971 56 

Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1971 57 

Staff Data 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 58 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 59 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 60 



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TABLE 

Positions in All Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 61 

Positions in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 62 

Positions in Instructional Function: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 63 

Positions in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 6^ 

Secretarial and Clerical Positions in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 65 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 66 

Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 67 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1971 68 

Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1971 69 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: Fall of 1971 70 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1961-62 - 1971-72 71 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1971-72 72 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 73 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals: Prek-6: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 74 

All High School Teachers and Principals: 7-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 75 

All Elementary and High School Teachers: Prek-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 76 

All Elementary Teachers: Prek-6: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 77 

All High School Teachers: 7-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 78 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 79 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals: Prek-6: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 80 

All High School Teachers and Principals: 7-12: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 81 

All Elementary and High School Teachers: Prek-12: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 82 



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TABLE 

All Elemementary Teachers: Prek-6: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 83 

All High School Teachers: 7-12: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 84 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: With Provisional Certificate: By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 

September 1971 

All Elementary and High School Teachers: Prek-12: With Provisional Certificate: By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 86 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 87 

All Elementary School Teachers and Principals: Prek-6: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 88 

All High School Teachers and Principals: 7-12: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



89 



lAdult Program Data 



High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1961-62 - 1971-72 

General Adult Education Programs: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1971-72. 

Vocational Adult Education Programs: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1971-72 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1971-72 

Vocational Rehabilitation Data 



Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1971-72 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1971-72 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1971-72 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1971-72. 
financial Data 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1971-72. 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1971-72 

Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



90 
91 
92 
93 

94 
95 
96 
97 

98 

99 
100 



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TABLE 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Construction, and Debt Service: Haryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Includes Teachers' 

Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 101 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) - 102 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 103 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 104 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 105 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1971-72 106 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 107 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 106 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 109 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 110 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 Ill 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 112 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 113 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 114 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Haryland Public Schools: 1971-72 115 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 116 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 117 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 115 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 11^ 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Including Cost of Transportation) 12C 



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TABLE 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 121 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Including Cost of Transportation) 122 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 123 

Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1961-62 - 

1971-72 124 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 197L-72 125 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 - 126 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1971-72 127 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1971-72 128 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1971-72 129 

Foundation Program: K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 130 

Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratios: K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 131 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 132 

Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 133 

Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: Number and Percent Transported: State of Maryland: 

1971-72 134 

Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: State of Maryland: 1971-72 135 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 136 

Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1971-72 137 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1972 138 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12: June 30, 1972 139 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1938-39 1971-72 140 

1971-72 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County and State Purposes: State of Maryland 141 



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TABLE 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1971-72 1^2 

Participation in and Types of Lunches: Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1971-72 1A3 

Income for National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Expenditures for National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 1^5 

National School Lunch Program: Participation in the Types of Lunches Served: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 1^6 



Special Milk Program: Participation in and Reimbursement 


Paid: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 1962-63 - 






Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Secondary - Total 






Expend! tures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Secondary - State 






Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools : 


1971- 


72 






Expendi tures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Secondary - Local 






Expendi tures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Post Secondary - 






Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Post Secondary - 






Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Post Secondary - 




154 


Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Post Secondary - 




155 


Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Adult Education - 




156 


Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Adult Education - 




157 


Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Adult Education - 






Expendi tures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs: 


Maryland Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


Adult Education - 




159 


Expenditures 


for 


Vocational 


Education 


Programs : 


Maryland 


Public 


Schools: 


1971- 


72 


- Special Needs - 




160 



State Aid for Special Education: Prek-12: State of Maryland: 1971-72 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1971-72 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



BACKGROUND DATA: 

1971-1972 




Annual Report 



TABLE 

1 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Ac tua 1 
Number 
Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Da te s 
Sep tember 
1971 


C los ing 
Da te s 
June 
1972 


Local Unit 


Actual 
Number 
Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Dates 
Sep tember 

1971 


Closing 
Da tes 
June 
1972 


A 

Al legany 


i-O J 


J 


14 


Ha T f m-H 


181 


8 


X5 


Ajit1€ A,]ruTid€L 


C Fl pm )^R7 


7 


14 


Howard 


181 


7 


16 




(Sec.) 183 


7 


15 


Kent 


183 


7 


14 


Baltimore City 


181 


7 


22 










Baltimore 


183 


7 


15 


Montgomery 


185 


1 


15 


Calvert 


182 


7 


14 


Prince George' s 


183 


7 


16 










Queen Anne' s 


183 


7 


9 


Caroline 


180 


7 


7 


St. Mary's 


180 


3 


13 


Carroll 


180 


7 


15 


Somerset 


180 


7 


8 


Cecil 


184 


7 


14 










Charles 


184 


7 


16 


Talbot 


180 


7 


13 


Dorches ter 


182 


7 


9 


Washing ton 


180 


7 


15 










Wicomico 


180 


7 


14 


Frederick 


180 


7 


15 


Worcester 


181 


7 


9 


Garrett 


180 


7 


16 











TABLE 



2 



Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades PTek-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


ENROLLMENT 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


1,048,947 
922,051 
124,068 
189 
2,639 


613,557 
519,135 
92,694 
189 
1,539 


402,916 
31,374 

1,100 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Canpus School at State College 
State Institution 


53,137 
46,502 
6,268 

11 


23,647 
/ 

1 1 


22,655 
/ 


NTJMBER OF SCHOOLS 


Public 
Nonpublic 

Canpus School at State College 
State Institution 


*1,355 
*1,318 
* 515 

1 


1,^56 
1,016 
449 

1 


3; 7 
111 



*ExcLudes duplicates. 

/Breakdown by organization not available. 



TABLE 

3 



Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1971 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Tota 1 


E lemen- 
tary 
Only* 


Secondary Only 


Combined 


Total 


Junior 
(Grades 7-9) 


Jr. -Sr. 

(Grades 7-12) 


Senior 
(Grades 9-12) 


Vocat iona 1- 
Technica 1 


Total 


Midd le 


Other 


louai oLdue 




941 


302 


128 


37 


120 


17 


75 


43 


32 


Allegany 


37 


26 


8 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 




3 


Anne Arundel 


Q7 


77 


19 


10 


1 


7 


1 


1 




X 


Baltimore City 


Z iU 


ID J 


48 


18 


1 1 


1^7 


2 


7 




7 


Ba It imore 


157 


1 10 


43 


21 


3 


16 


3 


4 


1 


3 


Ca Ivert 


1 1 


9 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


Caroline 


10 


6 


4 


2 




2 










Carroll 




1 7 
1 / 


5 




I 


3 


1 


6 


6 




Cecil 


25 


lb 


g 




3 


2 


1 


3 


3 




Char les 


25 


16 


4 


- 




3 


1 


5 


4 


1 


Dorchester 


Z 1 


Id 


5 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


34 


24 


7 


1^ 


4 


2 




3 


1 


2 


Garrett 


17 


13 


2 




2 






2 




2 


Harford 


JO 




8 


2 


1 


4 


1 


2 


2 




Howard 


31 


19 


6 




1 


4 


1 


6 


6 




Kent 


8 


4 


1 






1 




3 


2 


1 


Montgomery 


194 


142 


49 


27 


2 


20 




3 


3 




Prince George' s 


232 


173 


59 


39 


1 


18 


1 








Queen Anne ' s 


11 


7 


2 


1 




1 




2 


2 




St. Mary's 


23 


16 


3 






2 


1 


4 


3 


1 


Somerset 


16 


9 


3 


1 




2 




4 


1 


3 


Talbot 


12 


8 


2 






2 




2 


2 




Washington 


43 


27 


7 




1 


5 


1 


9 


6 


3 


Wicomico 


24 


16 


6 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 




2 


Worcester 


14 


7 


4 






3 


1 


3 




3 



^Includes following one-teacher school: Somerset, 1. 

NOTE: See appendix for listings of certain types of schools. 



PUPIL DATA 



Annual Report 



TABLE 

4 

Fall Enrollment* by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1961 to Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


Total State 


634,804 


667,528 


704, 


693 


735,242 


762 


636 


790, 


928 


825, 


892 


860, 


604 


891, 


981 


913,196 


922,051 


Allegany 


16,228 


16,643 


16 


789 


16,887 


16 


528 


16, 


530 


16 


448 


16, 


474 


16, 


602 


17,653 


17,589 


Anne Arundel 


44,428 


47,638 


SI 


248 


54,131 


56 


703 








1 7 5 


65 


920 


70 


842 


74,028 


75,452 


Baltimore City 


175,037 


180,032 


184 


876 


188,020 


191 


008 


192, 


312 


192 


545 


192, 


169 


193, 


082 


192,826 


190,735 


Baltimore 


91,187 


96,216 


101 


882 


106,273 


109 


193 


112, 


856 


118 


356 


123, 


607 


129, 


658 


134,179 


134,136 


Calvert 


4,586 


4,744 




977 


5,098 


5 


179 


5, 


223 


5 


284 


5, 


466 


5, 


606 


5,891 


6,117 


Caroline 


4,545 


4,680 




736 


4,897 


5 


021 


5, 


005 


5 


265 


5, 


335 


5, 


325 


5,366 


5,346 


Carroll 


10,977 


11,411 




987 


12,454 


12 


823 


1 3 


238 




864 


1 4 


406 




052 


16,620 


17,213 


Cecil 


9,726 


10,164 


10, 


556 


10,887 


10 


907 


u. 


215 


11 


700 


11, 


966 


12, 


088 


12,382 


12,378 


Charles 


7,768 


8,166 


8 


564 


8,999 


9 


498 


10, 


044 


10 


765 


11, 


692 


12, 


431 


13,165 


14,437 


Dorchester 


6,128 


6,283 


6 


443 


6,533 




502 


6, 


537 


6 


501 


6, 


568 


6, 


721 


6,615 


6,467 


Frederick 


14,633 


15,172 


15 


793 


16,260 


16 


764 


1-7, 


393 


17 


905 


18, 


356 


18, 


740 


19,389 


20,928 


Garrett 


4,763 


4,824 




970 


5,075 




089 


5, 


064 


5 


341 


5, 


367 


5, 


460 


5,581 


5,707 


Harford 


17,373 


18,175 


19 


527 


20,583 


21 


654 


23, 


520 


24 


941 


28, 


162 


29, 


761 


30,670 


31,620 


Howard 


8,318 


8,955 


9 


787 


10,389 


11 


038 


11, 


536 


13 


078 


1^, 


371 


15, 


789 


17,208 


19,049 


Kent 


3,383 


3,415 


3 


458 


3,491 


3,539 


3, 


577 


3 


636 


3, 


701 


3, 


928 


3,934 


3,926 


Montgomery 


86,494 


92,536 


97 


802 


102,020 


106 


206 


111, 


137 


116 


015 


121, 


936 


125, 


456 


125,802 


126,679 


Prince George' s 


75,032 


81,999 


92 


395 


102,504 


113 


260 


123, 


486 


136 


469 


147, 


233 


155, 


492 


160,900 


162,850 


Queen Anne's 


3,884 


3,989 




045 


4,196 




251 




229 




603 


4, 


631 


4, 


753 


4,780 


4,771 


St. Mary's 


5,949 


6,638 


7 


402 


7,907 


8 


265 


8, 


829 


9 


390 


9, 


830 


10, 


576 


11,206 


11,856 


Somerset 


4,340 


4,416 




445 


4,496 




508 


4, 


433 




484 


A, 


476 


4, 


748 


4,674 


4,629 


Talbot 


4,247 


4,307 




450 


4,446 




452 


4, 


526 




483 


^, 


531 


^, 


614 


4,957 


5,038 


Washington 


19,520 


20,436 


21 


145 


21,584 


21 


722 


21, 


991 


23 


122 


23, 


470 


23, 


873 


23,980 


24,053 


Wicomico 


10,674 


10,916 


n 


416 


11,875 


12 


278 


12, 


459 


12 


746 


l^. 


082 


14, 


487 


14,658 


14,468 


Worcester 


5,584 


5,773 


6 


000 


6,237 


6 


248 


6, 


397 


6 


776 


6, 


855 


6, 


897 


6,732 


6,607 



*Includes prekindergar ten and kindergarten enrollment. 



TABLE 

5 

Kindergarten Enrollment*: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1961 to Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


vra 


Prek 


Kgn. 


Prek 


Kgn. 


Prek 


Kgn. 


Prek 


Kgn. 


Total State 


2';, 356 


25,731 


28,268 


30,221 


32,562 


34,574 


42, 391 


1,841 


51,419 


1,749 


58,437 


2,145 


61,781 


2,260 


62,022 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




30 


- 


28 


45 


- 


1,140 


- 


1,176 


Anne Arundel 


16 


24 


24 


30 


25 


29 


390 


26 


1,935 


17 


3,837 


50 


5,023 


21 


4,960 


Baltimore City 


14,884 


15,793 


16,009 


15,875 


16,324 


16,545 


15,781 


Q /. 


1 /. Q/. t 




ID , IZO 




IT Q 1 /. 
13, 7 3h 


i , Id / 


I J, ZUi 


Baltimore 


57 


51 


57 


55 


55 


293 


2, 122 


13 


4,370 


30 


7,162 


7 


9,113 




8,799 


Calvert 


~ 


25 


21 


" 




~ 


98 


- 


252 


- 


313 


- 


338 


- 


398 


Caroline 


65 


62 


76 


102 


115 


138 


334 


- 


369 


- 


369 


- 


359 


- 


352 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,088 


- 


1,136 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


















Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


67 


433 


Dorchester 
















- 


- 


- 


369 


- 


354 


- 


366 


Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


257 


14 


1,319 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


112 




128 




244 




337 




370 


Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


170 




2,307 




2,436 




2,350 




2,288 


Howard 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


1,015 


66 


1,180 


105 


1,334 




1,328 




1,387 


Kent 
















111 






291 




260 




264 


Montgomery 


8,603 


8,820 


9,042 


9,174 


9,464 


9,615 


9,624 


487 


9,656 


481 


9,686 


458 


8,811 


473 


8,588 


Prince George' s 






2,022 


3,915 


5,335 


6,519 


9,822 


227 


12,127 


213 


12,693 


257 


12,492 


233 


12,063 


Queen Anne ' s 














328 




375 




348 




314 




281 


St. Mary's 




150 


510 


150 


249 


373 


472 


30 


512 




532 




555 


20 


947 


Somerset 






















284 




306 




272 


Talbot 


























323 




323 


Washington 


632 


691 


727 


788 


868 


904 


1,630 


9 


1,806 


21 


1,805 


157 


1,661 


189 


1,680 


Wicomico 


















943 




1,070 


63 


966 


76 


994 


Worcester 


qq 


U5 


140 


132 


127 


151 


463 




513 




491 




472 




425 



*Includes prekindergar ten enrollment as follows: 



Total 






188 


178 


380 


680 


838 


Anne Arundel 






24 


30 


25 


29 


31 


Baltimore City 






159 


143 


351 


579 


745 


Baltimore 












67 


50 


Washington 






5 


5 


4 


5 


12 



TABLE 

6 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-1971 



FALL OF 


GRAND 
TOTAL 


Grade 




Kinder- 
garten* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12/ 


Ungraded 
Special Other 



GRAND TOTAL 



1961 


634,804 


24, 


356 


63 


,667 


59 


724 


56 


610 


54, 


849 


52,800 


49,012 


53, 


205 


52, 


620 


52 


981 


42, 


755 


32, 


917 


28, 


061 


11,247 






1962 


667,528 


25, 


731 


65 


,860 


60 


749 


58 


712 


56, 


450 


54,512 


52,004 


53, 


786 


52, 


588 


53 


152 


50, 


578 


38, 


189 


29, 


935 


15,282 






1963 


704,693 


28, 


268 


69 


,498 


63 


636 


60 


769 


58, 


879 


56,682 


53,770 


55, 


740 


52, 


828 


53 


261 


51, 


796 


46, 


360 


35, 


831 


17,375 






1964 


735,242 


30, 


221 


68 


,169 


63 


967 


60 


710 


60, 


455 


58,416 


55,518 


57, 


767 


55, 


139 


54 


065 


52, 


170 


46, 


934 


43, 


351 


28,360 




_ 


1965 


762,636 


32, 


562 


69 


,731 


65 


006 


62 


726 


62, 


920 


60,501 


57,736 


59, 


896 


57, 


543 


56 


706 


52, 


812 


47, 


251 


43, 


642 


33,604 




_ 


1966 


790,928 


34, 


574 


71 


,451 


66 


556 


64 


865 


65, 


345 


62,584 


59,748 


63, 


062 


60, 


056 


58 


753 


55, 


668 


48, 


449 


43, 


693 


36,124 




- 


1967 


825,892 


42, 


391 


72 


,965 


67 


240 


65 


384 


65, 


824 


64,539 


61,683 


63, 


149 


60, 


702 


59 


965 


57, 


142 


50, 


502 


44, 


774 


49,632 






1968 


860,604 


53, 


260 


68 


,219 


66 


370 


64 


551 


66, 


082 


65,131 


63,372 


66, 


216 


63, 


024 


62 


802 


59, 


589 


52, 


661 


46, 


641 


25,659 


37, 


027 


1969 


891,981 


60, 


186 


68 


,175 


64 


469 


64 


827 


65, 


613 


64,702 


63,592 


69, 


105 


66, 


096 


65 


30 3 


62, 


553 


54, 


827 


48, 


588 


26,934 


47, 


Oil 


1970 


913,196 


63, 


926 


66 


,846 


64 


190 


63 


155 


66, 


096 


64,957 


63,798 


70, 


848 


68, 


881 


67 


812 


64, 


201 


57, 


380 


50, 


643 


26,960 


53, 


503 


1971 


922,051 


64, 


282 


63 


,506 


62 


135 


61 


350 


62, 


719 


64,836 


63,113 


72, 


601 


70, 


234 


70 


460 


66, 


324 


58, 


732 


52, 


361 


26,239 


63, 


159 


























TOTAL 


ELEMENTARY 






























1961 


370,551 


24, 


356 


63 


,667 


59 


724 


56 


610 


54, 


849 


52,800 


49,012 




35 




25 


















9,473 






1962 


387,184 


25, 


731 


65 


,860 


60 


749 


58 


712 


56, 


450 


54,512 


52,004 




37 




25 


















13,104 






1963 


406,372 


28, 


268 


69 


,498 


63 


636 


60 


769 


58, 


879 


56,682 


53,770 




41 




24 


















14,805 






1964 


423,200 


30, 


221 


68 


,169 


63 


967 


60 


710 


60, 


455 


58,416 


55,518 




30 




40 


















25,674 






1965 


442,014 


32, 


562 


69 


,731 


65 


006 


62 


726 


62, 


920 


60,501 


57,736 




29 




39 


















30,764 






1966 


458,144 


34, 


574 


71 


,451 


66 


556 


64 


865 


65, 


345 


62,584 


59,748 




28 




37 


















32,956 






1967 


479,758 


42, 


391 


72 


,965 


67 


240 


65 


384 


65, 


824 


64,539 


61,683 




88 






















39,644 






1968 


499,295 


53, 


260 


68 


,219 


66 


370 


64 


551 


66, 


082 


65,131 


63,372 




122 






















15,248 


36, 


940 


1969 


514,665 


60, 


186 


68 


,175 


64 


469 


64 


827 


65, 


613 


64,702 


63,592 




80 






















16,080 


46, 


941 


1970 


522,173 


63, 


926 


66 


,846 


64 


190 


63 


155 


66, 


096 


64,957 


63,798 




50 






















15,757 


53, 


398 


1971 


519,135 


64, 


282 


63 


,506 


62 


135 


61 


350 


62, 


719 


64,836 


63,113 




42 






















15,008 


62, 


144 



TOTAL SECONDARY 



1961 


264,253 
















53,170 


52 


595 


52 


981 


42,755 


32,917 


28,061 


1,774 




1962 


280,344 
















53,749 


52 


563 


53 


152 


50,578 


38,189 


29,935 


2,178 




1963 


298,321 
















55,699 


52 


804 


53 


261 


51,796 


46,360 


35,831 


2,570 




1964 


312,042 
















57,737 


55 


099 


54 


065 


52,170 


46,934 


43,351 


2,686 




1965 


320,622 
















59,867 


57 


504 


56 


706 


52,812 


47,251 


43,642 


2,840 




1966 


332,784 
















63,034 


60 


019 


58 


753 


55,668 


48,449 


43,693 


3,168 




1967 


346,134 
















63,061 


60 


702 


59 


965 


57,142 


50,502 


44,774 


9,988 




1968 


361,309 
















66,094 


63 


024 


62 


802 


59,589 


52,661 


46,641 


10,411 


87 


1969 


377,316 
















69,025 


66 


096 


65 


303 


62,553 


54,827 


48,588 


10,854 


70 


1970 


391,023 
















70,798 


68 


881 


67 


812 


64,201 


57,380 


50,643 


11,203 


105 


1971 


402,916 
















72,559 


70 


234 


70 


460 


66,324 


58,732 


52,361 


11,231 


1,015 



*Includes enrollment in prekindergar ten classes. 
/Includes postgraduates. 



I 



TABLE 

7 



Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Lnit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State* 


1,048,947 


613,557 


10,717 


66,107 


16,854 


64,545 


72,866 


71,899 


71,434 


73,054 


75,302 


73,836 


8,643 


8,300 


Total Local Units 


1,046,119 


611,829 


10,422 


66,050 


16,357 


64,303 


72,776 


71,809 


71,321 


72,937 


75,200 


73,742 


8,613 


8,299 


Allegany 


19,641 


10,781 


- 


1,191 


196 


- 


1,470 


1,472 


1,524 


1,513 


1,537 


1,559 


168 


151 


Anne Arundel 


82 ,292 


47,351 


478 


5 ,254 


936 


4,877 


5,711 


5 ,868 


6,020 


5,834 


5 ,825 


5,817 


390 


341 


Baltimore City 


223,021 


136 , 763 


2 ,332 


14,260 


7 107 




14,479 


14,643 


14,156 


15,264 


15,307 


14,259 


2 ,284 


2,154 


Baltimore 


159,935 


89,415 


1,505 


9,475 


1,757 


16,956 


10,568 


7,851 


7,792 


8,873 


10,236 


10,690 


1,875 


1,837 


Calvert 


6,673 


3,920 


- 


421 


174 


- 


551 


593 


564 


511 


516 


524 


42 


24 


Caroline 


5 ,466 


3,025 


- 


372 


137 


- 


407 


424 


405 


415 


446 


419 


- 


- 


Carroll 


17 ,621 


9,958 


15 


1,136 


134 


- 


1,421 


1,413 


1,429 


1,469 


1,411 


1,464 


26 


40 


Cecil 


14,043 


7,934 


20 


189 


1^7 




1,262 


1,286 


1,273 


1,238 


1,232 


1,158 


76 


63 


Charles 


16,089 


9,739 


93 


465 


112 


_ 


1,510 


1,545 


1,559 


1,497 


1,385 


1,327 


123 


123 


Dorchester 


6,467 


3,443 




366 


8 


- 


508 


543 


500 


491 


502 


525 






Frederick 


22 ,617 


12 ,898 


188 


1,375 


157 


3,711 


1,160 


1,191 


1,146 


1,241 


1,202 


1,231 


154 


142 


Garrett 


5,707 


3 ,256 




370 


74 




446 


474 


447 


461 


471 


471 


42 














344 


36 








9 7^9 


9 7/./. 


9 A9A 


OA 
{>*♦ 




Howard 


21,268 


12,989 


406 


1,413 


342 


23 


1,659 


1,782 




1,738 


1,743 


1,723 


190 


195 


Kent 


4,101 


2,327 




282 


117 




283 


305 


328 


312 


334 


332 


16 


18 


Montgomery 


148,416 


83,961 


2,930 


9,331 


1,539 


13,559 


8,263 


8,766 


8,925 


9,131 


9,319 


9,439 


1,366 


1,393 


Prince George's 


181,215 


109,684 


1,907 


12,637 


2,273 


3,602 


14,424 


14,749 


14,744 


13,946 


14,698 


13,953 


1,402 


1,349 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,982 


2,700 




281 


68 




431 


404 


408 


373 


356 


379 






St. Mary's 


14,764 


9,314 


73 


1,029 


193 




1,326 


1,324 


1,256 


1,242 


1,178 


1,197 


231 


265 


Somerset 


4,629 


2,629 




272 


43 


1,100 


16 


15 


9 


364 


418 


392 






Talbot 


5,871 


3,318 


16 


363 


84 




528 


463 


457 


463 


454 


450 


20 


20 


Washington 


25,930 


14,471 


212 


1,740 


177 


11 


1,882 


2,021 


2,076 


2,098 


2,054 


2,013 


91 


96 


Wicomico 


14,878 


8,765 


135 


1,033 


123 




1,200 


1,288 


1,227 


1,186 


1,275 


1,257 


33 


8 


Worcester 


6,824 


3,700 




440 


35 




506 


548 


550 


525 


557 


539 







*Total State includes enrollments in the campus school at Towson State College and in education programs in Maryland State institutions 
which are not reflected in local units. Enrollments at the institutions are given in a table which follows; the campus school has grade 
enrollment as follows: Prekgn., 15; K. , 19; 1, 25; 2, 30; 3, 25; 4, 25; 5, 25; 6, 25; Total, 189. 



TABLE 

7 

Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State/ 


435 , 390 


11 ,765 


1,580 


74 , 32 7 


71 , 990 


78 , 093 


73,437 


65 , 301 


58 ,897 


Total Local Units 


434,290 


11,420 


1,247 


74,250 


71,944 


78,021 


73,364 


65,214 


58,830 


Allegany 


8,860 


70 




1,358 


1,367 


1,670 


1,521 


1,430 


1,444 


Anne Arundel 


34,941 


529 


89 


6,316 


6,209 


6,349 


5,809 


5,182 


4,458 


Baltimore City 


86,258 


6,650 


130 


14,824 


13,523 


14,955 


13,874 


11,866 


10,436 


Baltimore 


70 ,520 


894 


- 


11 , 152 


11 ,587 


12 ,868 


12 ,407 


11,224 


10 , 388 


Calvert 


2,753 


27 


- 


500 


459 


621 


442 


378 


326 


Caroline 


2,441 


107 




392 


397 


384 


446 


383 


332 


Carroll 


7,663 


30 




1,379 


1,395 


1,422 


1,299 


1,128 


1,010 


Cecil 


6,109 


128 


- 


1,064 


1,108 


1,084 


974 


916 


835 


Charles 


6 ,350 


27 


- 


1 ,239 


1 , 176 


1 , 308 


1 ,061 


825 


714 


Dorchester 


3,024 


18 


- 


526 


637 


536 


465 


444 


398 


Frederick 


9,719 


O / 




1,688 


1,654 


1,798 


1,717 


1,454 


1,341 


Garrett 


2,451 


57 




437 


442 


430 


421 


342 


322 


Harford 


14,181 


208 




2,600 


2,467 


2,647 


2,299 


2,060 


1,900 


Howard 


8,279 


188 


926 


1,458 


1,135 


1,220 


1,188 


1,112 


1,052 


Kent 


1,774 


83 




310 


314 


322 


262 


261 


222 


Montgomery 


64,455 


857 


14 


10,313 


10,091 


11,200 


11,393 


10,563 


10,024 


Prince George's 


71,531 


1,071 


66 


13,040 


12,362 


13,128 


12,178 


10,597 


9,089 


Queen Anne's 


2,282 


33 




376 


386 


413 


416 


369 


289 


St. Mary's 


5,450 


99 


22 


877 


840 


1,094 


930 


837 


751 


Somerset 


2,000 






373 


361 


368 


330 


283 


285 


■ Talbot 


2,553 


57 




464 


423 


465 


429 


386 


329 


Washington 


11,459 


99 




1,865 


1,902 


2,130 


1,979 


1,818 


1,666 


Wicomico 


6,113 


121 




1,108 


1,140 


1,055 


996 


898 


795 


Worcester 


3,124 






591 


569 


554 


528 


458 


424 



/Total State includes enrollments in education programs in Maryland State institutions which are not reflected in local units. 



TABLE 

8 



Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1971 



Local Unit 


local 








Elementary 


Enrollment by 


Grade 








Total 
Elementary 


Pr e " 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


■a 




J 


6 


7 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


922 ,051 


5 19 , 135 


2 ,260 


62 ,022 


15 ,008 


62 , 144 


63,506 


62 , 135 


61 , 350 


62 , 719 


64,836 


63,113 


42 


Allegany 


17,589 


9,311 


- 


1,176 


196 




1,296 


1,300 


1,330 


1,316 


1,317 


1,380 




Anne Arundel 


75 ,452 


42 ,277 


21 


4,960 


936 


4, 182 


5,282 


5,379 


5 ,492 


5 ,331 


5 ,350 


5,344 




Baltimore City 


190 , 735 


1 13 ,651 


1 , 167 


13 ,201 


6,424 


19,312 


12,260 


12,342 


11 ,814 


12 , 785 


12 ,813 


11,533 




Baltimore 


134 , 136 


70 ,244 




8 , 799 


1,660 


16,625 


8,707 


5,893 


5 ,657 


6 ,617 


7 , 946 


8,340 


- 


Calvert 


6,117 


3 ,454 




398 


174 




495 


530 


491 


450 


454 


462 




Caroline 


5,346 


2,905 


- 


352 


37 




407 


424 


405 


415 


446 


419 


_ 


Carroll 


17 ,2 13 


9,550 




1 , 136 


134 




1,367 


1,352 


1 , 367 


1 ,416 


1,368 


1,410 


_ 


Cecil 


1 O 170 
ii , J /o 


o , o'+y 






137 


- 


1,092 


1,140 


1 , 109 


1 ,089 


1 ,080 


1,002 




Charles 


14 ,437 


8 , 370 


1 


/. Q 1 


112 


- 


1,335 


1,373 


1 , 382 


1 ,316 


1 ,208 


1,144 


- 


Dorchester 


D , / 






job 


8 




508 


543 








525 




Frederick 


20,928 


11,483 


14 


1,319 


157 


3 ,711 


1,037 


1,033 


1,011 


1,077 


1,043 


1,081 


_ 


Garrett 


5 , 707 


3 , 256 




370 


74 




446 


474 


447 


461 


471 


471 


42 


Harford 


31 ,620 


18 ,296 




2 ,288 


344 


36 


2,619 


2,691 


2 , 606 


2,613 


2,(>yi 


2,487 




Howard 


19,049 


10 ,826 




1 , 387 


309 


20 


1,459 


1,570 


1 ,570 


1,511 


1 ,500 


1,500 




Kent 


3,926 


2 ,157 




264 


117 




264 


285 


308 


294 


314 


311 




Montgomery 


126,679 


67,226 


473 


8,588 


1,238 


13,545 


6,616 


7,086 


7,185 


7,342 


7,558 


7,595 




Prince George's 


162,850 


95,516 


233 


12,063 


2,273 


3,602 


12,934 


13,199 


13,218 


12,491 


13,078 


12,425 




Queen Anne ' s 


4,771 


2,629 




281 


68 




416 


395 


389 


365 


343 


372 




St. Mary's 


11,856 


7,269 


20 


947 


193 




1,107 


1,090 


1,026 


999 


937 


950 




Somerset 


4,629 


2,629 




272 


43 


1,100 


16 


15 


9 


364 


418 


392 




Talbot 


5,038 


2,781 




323 


84 




458 


388 


392 


373 


385 


378 




Washington 


24,053 


13,290 


189 


1,680 


132 


11 


1,745 


1,860 


1,927 


1,955 


1,919 


1,872 




Wicomico 


14,468 


8,355 


76 


994 


123 




1,149 


1,242 


1,181 


1,140 


1,234 


1,216 




Worcester 


6 ,607 


3,568 




425 


35 




491 


531 


534 


508 


540 


504 





TABLE 

8 



Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1971 



Local Unit 










Secondary 


Enrollment 


by Grade 








Total 
S econdary 




graded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


402,916 


11 oil 
i i , / J i 




1,015 


72 ,559 


70,234 


70,460 


66,324 


58,732 


52,361 


Al legany 


8,278 


70 




- 


1,358 


1,367 


1,511 


1,386 


1,287 


1,299 


Anne Arundel 


33, 175 


529 




89 


6,188 


6,078 


5,920 


5,424 


4,816 


4,131 


Baltimore City 


77,084 


D , JC50 






14,477 


13,153 


12,738 


11,817 


9,939 


8,374 


Baltimore 


63,892 


ODD 




_ 


10,657 


11,102 


11,436 


10,948 


9,828 


9,071 


Calvert 


2,663 


O "7 




- 


478 


437 


605 


424 


366 


326 


Caroline 


2,441 


107 




- 


392 


397 


384 


446 


383 


332 


Carroll 


7,663 


30 




- 


1,379 


1,395 


1,422 


1,299 


1,128 


1,010 


Cecil 


5,729 


128 






1,000 


1 ,049 


1,024 


909 


854 


765 


Charles 


6,067 


7 
Z / 




_ 


1,192 


1,129 


1,258 


1,012 


780 


669 


Dorchester 


3,024 


18 




- 


526 


637 


536 


465 


444 


398 


Frederick 


9,445 


67 




- 


1,686 


1,652 


1,728 


1,639 


1,390 


1,283 


Garrett 


2,451 


57 






437 


442 


430 


421 


342 


322 


Harford 


13,324 


208 






2,600 


2,467 


2,408 


2,087 


1,857 


1,697 


Howard 


8,223 


188 




926 


1,458 


1,135 


1,220 


1,175 


1,094 


1,027 


Kent 


1 , 769 


83 






308 


314 


319 


262 


261 


222 


Montgomery 


59,453 


857 






10,004 


9,788 


10,007 


10,257 


9,567 


8,973 


Prince George's 


67,334 


990 






12,929 


12,252 


11,947 


11,194 


9,734 


8,288 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,142 


33 






356 


369 


378 


394 


344 


268 


St, Mary's 


4,587 


99 






867 


829 


843 


721 


653 


575 


Somerset 


2 ,000 








373 


361 


368 


330 


283 


285 


Talbot 


2,257 


57 






411 


359 


416 


384 


341 


289 


Washington 


10,763 


99 






1,808 


1,827 


1,969 


1,828 


1,694 


1,538 


Wicomico 


6,113 


121 






1,108 


1,140 


1,055 


996 


898 


795 


Worcester 


3,039 








567 


555 


538 


506 


449 


424 



TABLE 

9 

Enrollment In Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1971 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Administering Department 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
klnder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungr 


ided 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Institution 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


^ , J7 


1 ^ "IQ 
L 1 D J7 


ZoU 


Jo 


t*y / 






ou 


o o 
oo 


7Z 


77 




JO 


1 


Department of Public Safety and Correction 






























Md. Correctional Institution ■ 


101 


55 








7 


1 


5 


4 


9 


16 


13 






Md. Correctional Institution for Women 


13 


5 










■ 




1 




3 




" 


1 


Md. Correctional Camp System (6 locations) 


14 


8 














1 




2 


4 


1 




Md, Correctional Training Center 


122 










95 


















Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 






























Boys' Village of Maryland 


206 


181 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


21 


50 


39 


25 


26 


- 


- 


Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital 


20 




























Crownsville State Hospital (Winterode) 


jU 


1 -J 
L 1 






1 / 




















Eastern Shore State Hospital 


12 


12 






12 




















Henryton State Hospital 


-1 e 
10 




























Institute for Children (Rosewood) 


80 


80 






80 




















Maryland Children's Centers 


105 


10 








10 


















Maryland Training School for Boys 


309 


130 








130 


















Montrose School for Girls 


148 


40 






40 




















Rosewood State Hospital 


450 


450 


260 




190 




















Springfield State Hospital 


61 




























Spring Grove State Hospital 


51 


14 






14 




















Victor Cullen School 


150 


85 






85 




















Autonomous Institutions 






























Good Shepherd High School 


96 




























Maryland School for the Blind 


286 


146 




15 


59 




14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


7 






Maryland School for the Deaf 


350 


211 


20 


23 






30 


20 


18 


30 


22 


19 


29 




Patuxent Institute 































TABLE 

9 



Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1971 



Administering Department 






Secondary 


Enrollment by 


Grade 






Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Institution 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


1 , 100 


345 


333 


77 


46 


72 


73 


87 


67 


Department of Public Safety and Correction 




















Md , Correct iona 1 Institut ion 


46 




7 


17 


3 


7 


6 


4 


2 


Md . Correctional Institution for Women 


8 














8 




Md. Correctional Camp System (6 locations) 


6 






1 


2 


1 




1 


1 


Md . Correctional Training Center 


27 




27 














Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 




















Boys ' V i 1 lage of Ma ry land 


25 




25 














Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital 


20 


20 










- 


- 


- 


Crovmsville State Hospital (Winterode) 


33 


33 
















ITa c t" P T*T1 ^VlAfP ^f"3f"*^ HnQTTlf'fll 




















Henryton State Hospital 




1 c 
i J 
















Instxtute for Children ( Ro s ewood ) 








- 


- 


- 










95 




95 














Maryland Training School for Boys 


179 




179 








_ 


_ 


_ 


Montrose School for Girls 


108 


108 
















Rosewood State Hospital 




















Springfield State Hospital 


61 


61 
















Spring Grove State Hospital 


37 


1 




12 


8 


9 


3 


3 


1 


Victor Cullen School 


65 


65 
















Autonomous Institutions 




















Good Shepherd High School 


96 








3 


29 


31 


21 


12 


Maryland School for the Blind 


140 


42 




14 


10 


6 


15 


24 


29 


Maryland School for the Deaf 


139 






33 


20 


20 


18 


26 


22 


Patuxent Institute 





















TABLE 

10 



Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 






Number of Schools 


Total 
N\anber 
of 

Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prek inder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
on ly* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


124 , 068 


92,694 


8,162 


4,028 


80,504 


31 374 


515 


161 


243 


66 


45 


1 


44 


6,268 


Allegany 


2,052 


1,470 


- 


15 


1,455 


582 


8 


1 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


92 


Anne Arundel 


6,840 


5,074 


457 


294 


4,323 


1,766 


28 


12 


10 


4 


2 


- 


2 


350 


Baltimore City 


32 286 


23,112 


1,165 


1,059 


20,888 


9, 174 


111 


25 


62 


15 


9 


'_ 


9 


1,629 


Baltimore 


ZD , /yy 


10 171 


1 , J\JD 


676 


16 990 


6 628 


94 


29 


43 


13 


9 




9 


1,342 


Calvert 




466 




23 


'443 


90 


3 




2 




1 


- 


1 


29 


Caroline 


120 


120 


- 


20 


100 


- 


2 


1 


1 




- 


- 


- 


19 


Carroll 


408 


408 


15 


- 


393 




4 


1 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


17 


Cecil 


1 


1,285 


20 


189 


1,076 


380 


8 


1 


3 


1 


3 




3 


97 


Charles 


1 , ODZ 


1 369 


26 


32 


1 311 




6 


2 


3 








1 


43 


Dorchester 














- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Frederick 


1,689 


1,415 


174 


56 


1,185 


274 


15 


8 


4 


2 


1 


- 


1 


95 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 












- 


- 


- 




Harford 


2 ,049 


1 , 192 


112 


67 


1 ,013 




9 


3 


5 


1 








120 


Howard 




2,163 


406 


26 


1,731 


56 


19 


9 


9 


1 








118 


Kent 


i / J 


170 




18 


152 


5 


2 




1 




1 




1 


12 


Montgomery 


21,737 


16,735 


2,457 


~ 


13,535 


5,002 




38 


44 


9 


10 




10 


1,232 


Prince George's 


18,365 


14,168 


1,674 




11,920 


4,197 




26 


33 


11 


2 




2 


730 


Queen Anne ' s 


211 


71 






71 


140 


2 






1 


1 




1 


22 


St. Mary's 


2,908 


2,045 


53 


82 


1,910 


863 


14 


3 


6 


4 


1 


1 




139 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


833 


537 


16 


40 


481 


296 


2 




1 




1 




1 


28 


Washington 


1,877 


1,181 


23 


60 


1,098 


696 


10 


1 


4 


3 


2 




2 


111 


Wicomico 


410 


410 


59 


39 


312 




4 


1 


3 










24 


Worcester 


217 


132 




15 


117 


85 


1 




- 




1 






19 



^Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Anne Arundel, 8; Baltimore City, 16; Baltimore, 17; Carroll, 1; Frederick, 2; Harford, 3; 
Howard, 7; Montgomery, 33; Prince George's, 19; St. Mary's, 1; Washington, 1; Wicomico, 1; Total, 109. 



TABLE 

11 



Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 






Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
of 

Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


garten 
and/ or 
Kinder- 
garten 
only 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 




90 093 


68,754 


114 


1 ,293 


67 ,347 


21 339 


213 


1 


165 


40 


7 


1 


6 


3 693 


Allegany 


2,037 


1,455 


- 


- 


1 ,455 


582 


7 








- 


- 


- 


91 


A riTi o A 1^ in iH o 1 


4 720 


3,651 




72 


3,579 


1 ,069 


7 




5 


2 








173 


Bdlt imors City 


26 30A 


19, 193 


31 


547 


18,615 


7 111 


63 




51 


12 








1 124 


Bait iinors 


lO , LfOQ 


14,735 


23 


224 


14,488 


3 35 1 


39 


- 


31 


7 


1 


- 


1 


736 


\j<3. IVc 1 C. 


163 


163 


- 


- 


163 




1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


Caroline 


100 


100 


- 


- 


100 


- 


1 




1 




- 


- 


- 


18 


Ca XTO 1 1 


JO / 


367 






367 




2 




2 










13 


Cec i 1 


732 


725 




100 


625 




4 


1 


2 




1 




1 


2 7 


Cliar 1 e s 




1,311 


- 




1,311 


283 


4 




3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


40 


Do r ch e s 1 6 IT 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Frederick 


1,390 


1,127 




■ 


1,127 


263 


5 




3 


2 


- 


- 




64 


Ga rret t 






























riarrora 


i , J^J 


688 




30 


658 




4 


- 


3 


1 








86 


Howa r d 


1 575 


1,519 






1,519 


56 


6 




5 


1 








63 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


12,704 


9,859 


60 


87 


9,712 


2,845 


28 




21 


5 


2 




2 


559 


Prince George's 


14,542 


10,910 




162 


10,748 


3,632 


29 




23 


6 








523 


Queen Anne ' s 






























St. Mary's 


2 ,693 


1,941 




31 


1,910 


752 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




119 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


569 


273 






273 


296 


1 








1 




1 


11 


Washington 


729 


494 




22 


472 


235 


2 




1 


1 








31 


Wicomico 


243 


243 




18 


225 




1 




1 










11 


Worcester 































TABLE 

12 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



I.OC3.1 Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 






Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
of 

Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 


Eleoicn- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


33.975 


23,940 


8,048 


2,735 


13,157 


10,035 


302 


160 


78 


26 


38 


- 


38 


2,575 


All ^o^nv 




15 


- 


15 


- 




1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


i 


Anne Arundel 


2,120 


1 ,423 


457 


222 


744 


697 


21 


12 


5 


2 


2 


- 


2 


177 


Baltimore City 


5,982 


3,919 


1 ,134 


512 


2 ,063 


2,273 


48 


25 


11 


3 


9 




9 


505 


Baltimore 


7,713 


4,436 


1,482 


452 


2,502 


3,277 


55 


29 


12 


6 


8 


- 


8 


606 


Calvert 


393 


303 


- 


23 


280 


90 


2 








1 


- 


1 


25 


Caro 1 ine 


70 


20 


- 


20 


- 




1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Carrol 1 


41 


41 


15 




26 


- 


2 


1 


1 


- 




- 




4 


Cecil 


933 


560 


20 


89 


451 


373 


4 


- 


1 


1 


2 




2 


70 


Charles 


58 


58 


26 


32 




- 


2 


2 


- 


- 




- 




3 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 




288 


174 


56 


58 


i. 1 


10 


8 


1 


- 


1 




1 


Ji 


Garrett 














- 


- 


- 


- 










Harford 


504 


504 


112 


37 


355 


- 


5 


3 


2 


- 








34 


Howard 


64A 


644 


406 


26 


212 


- 


13 


9 


4 










55 


Kent 


175 


170 




18 


152 


5 


2 




1 




I 




1 


12 


Montgomery 


9,033 


6,876 


2,397 


656 


3,823 


2,157 


73 


38 


23 


4 


8 




8 


673 


Prince George's 


3,823 


3,258 


1,674 


412 


1,172 


565 


43 


26 


10 


5 


2 




2 


207 


Queen Anne ' s 


211 


71 






71 


140 


2 






1 


1 




1 


22 


St. Mary's 


215 


104 


53 


51 




111 


5 


3 




2 








20 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


264 


264 


16 


40 


208 




1 




1 










17 


Washington 


1,148 


687 


23 


38 


626 


461 


8 


1 


3 


2 


2 




2 


80 


Wicosico 


167 


167 


59 


21 


87 




3 




2 








13 


VTorcester 


217 


132 




15 


117 


85 


1 












19 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Anne Arundel, 8; Baltimore City, 16; Baltimore, 17; Carroll, 1; Frederick, 2; Harford, 3; 
Howard, 7; Montgomery, 33; Prince George's 19; St. Mary's, 1; Washington, 1; Wicomico, 1; Total, 109. 



TABLE 

13 



Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 








Elementary Enrollment 


3y Grade 










Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


124,068 


92,694 


8,162 


4,028 


1 349 


2 159 


9,270 


9,674 


9,971 


10,218 


10,364 


10,629 


8,571 


8,299 


Allegany 


2,052 


1,470 


- 


15 






174 


172 


194 


197 


220 


179 


168 


151 


Anne Arundel 


6 ,-840 


5,074 


457 


294 


- 


695 


429 


489 


528 


503 


475 


473 


390 


341 


Baltimore City 


32,286 


23,112 


1,165 


1,059 


773 


1,116 


2 ,219 


2 ,301 


2 ,342 


2 ,479 


2,494 


2,726 


2,284 


2,154 


Baltimore 


25,799 


19,171 


1,505 


676 


97 


331 


1,861 


1,958 


2,135 


2,256 


2,290 


2,350 


1,875 


1,837 


Calvert 


556 


466 


- 


23 






56 


63 


73 


61 


62 


62 


42 


24 


Caroline 


120 


120 


- 


20 


100 




- 


- 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


408 


408 


15 


- 




- 


54 


61 


62 


53 


43 


54 


26 


40 


Cecil 


1,665 


1,285 


20 


189 


- 


- 


170 


146 


164 


149 


152 


156 


76 


63 


Charles 


1,652 


1,369 


26 


32 






175 


172 


177 


181 


177 


183 


123 


123 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 














- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,689 


1,415 


174 


56 






123 


158 


135 


164 


159 


150 


154 


142 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 














- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


2 ,049 


1,192 


112 


67 














132 


137 


84 


80 


Howard 


2,219 


2 ,163 


406 


26 


33 


3 


200 


212 


205 


227 


243 


223 


190 


195 


Kent 


175 


170 




18 






19 


20 


20 


18 


20 


2 1 


16 


18 


Montgomery 


21,737 


16,735 


2,457 


743 


301 


14 


1,647 


1,680 


1,740 


1,789 


1,761 


1,844 


1,366 


1,393 


Prince George's 


18,365 


14,168 


1,674 


574 






1,490 


1,550 


1,526 


1,455 


1,620 


1,528 


1,402 


1,349 


Queen Anne ' s 


211 


71 










15 


9 


19 


8 


13 


7 






St. Mary's 


2 ,908 


2 ,045 


53 


82 






219 


234 


230 


243 


241 


247 


231 


265 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


833 


537 


16 


40 






70 


75 


65 


90 


69 


72 


20 


20 


Washington 


1,877 


1,181 


23 


60 


45 




137 


161 


149 


143 


135 


141 


91 


96 


Wicomico 


410 


410 


59 


39 






51 


46 


46 


46 


41 


41 


33 


8 


Worcester 


217 


132 




15 






15 


17 


16 


17 


17 


35 







TABLE 

13 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 





Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 






Total State 


31,374 


189 


232 


1,691 


1,710 


7,561 


7,040 


6,482 


6,469 


Allegany 


^ Q O 










159 


135 


143 


145 


Anne Arundel 


i , /DO 


- 


- 


1 O Q 


1 Q 1 


429 


385 


366 


327 


Baltimore City 


Q 17/. 


64 


130 


J4 / 


370 


2 ,217 


2 ,057 


1 ,927 


2 ,062 


Baltimore 


6,628 


44 




495 


485 


1.432 


1,459 


1,396 


1,317 


Calvert 


90 






22 


22 


16 


18 


12 


- 


Caroline 




















Carroll 




- 


- 














Ceci 1 


jOKJ 


- 


- 


OH 




An 
oU 




0/ 


IQ 


Charles 


283 






47 


47 


50 


49 


45 


45 


Dorchester 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 






Frederick 


Z 


_ 


_ 




o 


/U 


10 


c/. 
04 


CO 


Garrett 




















Harford 


857 










239 


212 


203 


203 


Howard 


56 












13 


18 


25 


Kent 


5 






2 




3 








Montgomery 


5,002 




14 


309 


303 


1,193 


1,136 


996 


1,051 


Prince George's 


4,197 


81 


66 


111 


110 


1,181 


984 


863 


801 


Queen Anne ' s 


140 






20 


17 


35 


22 


25 


21 


St. Mary's 


863 




22 


10 


11 


251 


209 


184 


176 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


296 






53 


64 


49 


45 


45 


40 


Washington 


696 






57 


75 


161 


151 


124 


128 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 

- 


85 






24 


14 


16 


22 







TABLE 

14 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


90,093 


68,754 


114 


1,293 


970 


2,142 


7,088 


7,651 


7,948 


8,256 


8,489 


8,728 


8,175 


7,900 


Allegany 


2 ,037 


1 ,455 


- 


- 






174 


172 


194 


197 


220 


179 


168 


151 


Anne Arundel 


4,720 


3,651 


■ 


72 


- 


695 


293 


363 


384 


378 


363 


372 


390 


341 


Baltimore City 


26,304 


19 ,193 


31 


547 


714 


1,116 


1 ,833 


1 , 965 


1 , 978 


2,108 


2 ,133 


2 ,344 


2 ,276 


2,148 


Baltimore 


18,086 


14,735 


23 


224 


52 


331 


1,488 


1,578 


1,723 


1,854 


1,883 


1,944 


1,841 


1,794 


Calvert 


163 


163 


- 


- 






15 


19 


25 


23 


20 


21 


23 


17 


Caroline 


100 


100 






100 




■ 


" 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


- 


- 


Carroll 


367 


367 


- 


- 




- 


52 


56 


59 


46 


43 


53 


24 


34 


Cecil 


732 


725 




100 






92 


80 


94 


75 


72 


78 


71 


63 


Charles 


1,594 


1,311 










175 


172 


177 


181 


177 


183 


123 


123 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1 ,390 


1 , 127 




- 


- 


- 


116 


154 


129 


154 


150 


140 


147 


137 


Garrett 






























Harford 


1 ,545 


688 




30 






96 


106 


99 


94 


91 


94 


38 


40 


Howard 


1,575 


1,519 










167 


193 


184 


210 


223 


191 


172 


179 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


12 ,704 


9,859 


60 


87 


104 




985 


1,096 


1,182 


1,254 


1,294 


1,361 


1,213 


1,223 


Prince George's 


14,542 


10,910 




162 






1,255 


1,332 


1,358 


1,299 


1,449 


1,382 


1,364 


1,309 


Queen Anne ' s 






























St. Mary's 


2,693 


1,941 




31 






219 


234 


230 


243 


241 


247 


231 


265 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


569 


273 










35 


43 


44 


50 


49 


52 






Washington 


729 


494 




22 






59 


58 


59 


55 


50 


57 


66 


68 


Wicomico 


243 


243 




18 






34 


30 


29 


35 


31 


30 


28 


8 


Worcester 































TABLE 

14 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


Special 


Other 


local ouace 




44 


123 


i / J 


1 70 


7^7 








Allegany 


582 






- 


- 


159 


135 


143 


145 


Anne Arundel 


1,069 






- 


- 


288 


273 


268 


240 


Baltimore City 


7,111 


- 


123 


- 


- 


1,868 


1,740 


1,638 


1,742 


Baltimore 


3,351 


44 


- 


- 


- 


880 


857 


813 


757 


ca ivert 




















Caroline 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


Charles 


283 


- 


- 


47 


47 


50 


49 


45 


45 


Dorchester 




















Frederick 


263 






- 


- 


68 


74 


64 


57 


Garrett 


- 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


857 






- 


- 


239 


212 


203 


203 


Howard 


56 












13 


18 


25 


Kent 




















Montgomery 


2,845 






73 


68 


782 


707 


608 


607 


Prince George's 


3,632 










1,094 


936 


835 


767 


Queen Anne ' s 




















St. Mary's 


752 










227 


196 


168 


161 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


296 






53 


64 


49 


45 


45 


40 


Washington 


235 










53 


54 


62 


66 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 





















TABLE 

15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1971 



Elementary Enrollment by CTrade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


33,975 


23,940 


8,048 


2,735 


379 


17 


2,182 


2,023 


2 ,023 


1,962 


1,875 


1,901 


396 


399 


Allegany 


15 


15 


- 


15 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


2,120 


1,423 


457 


222 






136 


126 


144 


125 


112 


101 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


5 ,982 


3,919 


1,134 


512 


59 


- 


386 


336 


364 


371 


361 


382 


8 


6 


Bait imo r e 


7 713 


4 436 


1 482 


452 


45 


- 


373 


380 


412 


402 


407 


406 


34 


43 


Calvert 


'393 


'303 




23 


- 


- 


41 


44 


48 


38 


42 


41 


19 


7 


Caroline 


20 


20 


- 


20 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


41 


41 


15 


- 






2 


5 


3 


7 


- 


1 


2 


6 


Cecil 


933 


560 


20 


89 


- 


- 


78 


66 


70 


74 


80 


78 


5 




C^\l a T" 1 ^ Q 
\jl Id 1. J. C 9 


58 


58 


26 


32 


- 


- 


















Dorchester 










- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


299 


288 


174 


56 






7 


4 


6 


10 


9 


10 


7 


5 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Harford 


504 


504 


112 


37 






50 


44 


46 


45 


41 


43 






Howard 


644 


644 


406 


26 


33 


3 


33 


19 


21 


17 


20 


32 


18 


16 


Kent 


175 


170 




18 






19 


20 


20 


18 


20 


21 


16 


18 


Montgomery 


9,033 


6,876 


2,397 


656 


197 


14 


662 


584 


558 


535 


467 


483 


153 


170 


Prince George's 


3,823 


3,258 


1,674 


412 






235 


218 


168 


156 


171 


146 


38 


40 


Queen Anne ' s 


211 


71 










15 


9 


19 


8 


13 


7 






St. Mary's 


215 


104 


53 


51 






















Somerset 






























Talbot 


264 


264 


16 


40 






35 


32 


21 


40 


20 


20 


20 


20 


Washington 


1,148 


687 


23 


38 


45 




78 


103 


90 


88 


85 


84 


25 


28 


Wicomico 


167 


167 


59 


21 






17 


16 


17 


11 


10 


11 


5 




Worcester 


217 


132 




15 






15 


17 


16 


17 


17 


35 







TABLE 

15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30. 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Secondary 


Special 


Other 














Total State 


10,035 


145 


109 


1,518 


1,531 


1,804 


1,749 


1,572 


1,607 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


697 
2,063 
3,277 
90 


64 


7 


128 
347 
495 
22 


131 
370 
485 
22 


141 
349 
552 
16 


112 
317 
602 
18 


98 

289 
583 
12 


87 
320 
560 


Caroline 
Carroll 
Cecil 
Charles 
Dor ches t er 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne' s 
St. y^ry's 
Somerset 


373 
11 
5 

2,157 
565 
140 
111 


- 

81 


- 

14 
66 

22 


64 
2 
2 

236 
111 
20 
10 


59 
2 

235 
110 
17 
11 


60 
2 
3 

411 
87 
35 
24 


65 

429 
48 
22 
13 


62 

* 

388 
28 
25 
16 


63 

1 

444 
34 
21 
13 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


461 
- 

85 

1 




; 


57 


75 


108 


97 

22 


62 

9 


62 



Total Number of Handicapped Maryland Children Enrolled in Special Classes, 
Home and Hospital Instruction, or Special Schools*: 1971-72 



TABLE 

16 



Local Unit 


Total 


Maryland Public Schools 


Outside of Maryland 
Public School System 


Special Classes 


Hoins 3nd Hospitsl 


Special Schools 


Total State 


41,860 


35,338 


4,538 


1,984 


Allegany 


399 


334 


61 


4 


Anne Arundel 


2,111 


1,725 


328 


58 


Baltimore City 


14,601 


13,757 


208 


636 


Baltimore 


4,956 


4,116 


651 


189 


Ca Ivert 


258 


215 


40 


3 


Caroline 


283 


262 


16 


5 


Carroll 


1,009 


727 


268 


14 


Cecil 


566 


535 


25 


6 


Charles 


1,010 


910 


90 


10 


Dorchester 


214 


197 


12 


5 


Frederick 


437 


303 


123 


11 


Garrett 


341 


302 


38 


1 


Harford 


840 


660 


172 


8 


Howard 


632 


541 


48 


43 


Ncn L 


^94. 


308 


12 


4 


Montgomery 


4,882 


3,334 


854 


694 


Prince George's 


6,375 


4,761 


1,350 


264 


Queen Anne's 


312 


289 


22 


1 


St. Mary's 


458 


413 


43 


2 


Somerset 


79 


74 


3 


2 


Talbot 


230 


216 


12 


2 


Washington 


967 


833 


132 


2 


. Wicomico 


376 


344 


18 


14 


Worcester 


200 


182 


12 


6 



*Excludes children enrolled in therapy programs. 



TABLE 



17 

Number of Schools, Classes, and Enrollment In Special Class Programs for Handicapped Children: 

Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





Total 


Elementary 


Secondary- 


Loc3.1 Unit 


o pc ^ l.ct I. 


Number of 
Classes 




C l a c c o c 


Number of 

Classes 


CllLO L UUClIL 


Dcnools wxtn 
Spec ia 1 
C la 5 s es 


Number of 
Classes 


Enro 1 Iment 


iotai Dtace 


84A 


2,603 


35,338 


609 


1,633 


20,277 


293 


970 


15,061 


Allegany 


13 


2 7 


334 


9 


19 


224 


5 


8 


110 


Anne Arundel 


67 


162 


1 , 725 


49 


95 


832 


21 


67 


893 


Baltimore City 


179 


901 


1 3 , 75 7 


145 


501 


6 ,458 


45 


400 


7,299 


Bait iiDore 


109 


261 


4,116 


74 


171 


3,002 


38 


90 


1,114 


Ca Ivert 


7 


19 


215 


6 


15 


160 


2 


4 


55 


Caroline 


n 

y 


13 





D 


b 


110 


4 


9 


152 


Carro 1 1 


22 


38 


72 7 


15 


23 


425 


8 


15 


302 


Csc i 1 


21 




535 


13 


16 


306 


10 


12 


229 


Charles 


21 


37 


910 


19 


27 


721 


6 


10 


189 


Dorchester 


6 


11 


197 


2 


5 


97 


5 


6 


100 


Frederick 


ID 




JU J 


i 1 


1 a 

io 


17/ 


£ 

D 


7 


111 


Garret t 


c 
J 


1^ 


JUZ 




10 


O 1 c 


2 


/. 
4- 


o / 




27 


57 


660 


20 


38 


377 


9 


19 


283 


Howard 


29 


49 


541 


18 


35 


335 


12 


14 


206 


Kent 


9 


17 


308 


8 


13 


252 


3 


4 


56 


Montgomery 


99 


272 


3,334 


62 


164 


1,796 


41 


108 


1,538 


Prince George's 


138 


512 


4,761 


94 


377 


3,318 


48 


135 


1,443 


Queen Anne ' s 


10 


17 


289 


9 


15 


249 


1 


2 


40 


St. Mary's 


10 


33 


413 


6 


18 


171 


5 


15 


242 


Somerset 


3 


5 


74 


2 


3 


32 


2 


2 


42 


Talbot 


7 


13 


216 


5 


9 


141 


3 


4 


75 


Washington 


22 


52 


833 


19 


29 


486 


11 


23 


347 


Wicomico 


11 


24 


344 


9 


15 


200 


4 


9 


144 


Worcester 


4 


14 


182 


4 


11 


158 


2 


3 


24 



*Where totals do not agree with individual colimms, combined schools are involved. 



TABLE 

18 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



LiOCdl Unit 


Grand Total 


Mildly Retarded 
(Educable) 


Severely Handicapped 


Total 


Moderately Retarded 
(Trainable) 


Physical Disabilities 


Orthopedic 
Impairments 


Blind or 
Partially Sighted 


No of 
Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 

m nt " 

men 


No of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No of 
C las se s 


Enro 11 "■ 
ment 


No of 
C las ses 


Enro 11- 
ment 


No of 
C las s es 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


Total State 


2,603 


35,338 


1,220 


19,623 


1,383 


15,715 


366 


3,407 


70 


577 


5 


35 


Allegany 


27 


334 


16 


209 


11 


125 


5 


49 










Anne Arundel 


162 


1,725 


75 


926 


87 


799 


36 


316 


5 


39 


_ 


- 


Baltimore City 


901 


13,757 


703 


12,021 


198 


1,736 


85 


814 


21 


189 


4 


27 


Baltimore 


261 


4,116 


118 


1,466 


143 


2,650 


57 


521 


17 


147 


- 


_ 


Calvert 


19 


215 


9 


123 


10 


92 


5 


48 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


15 


262 


7 


128 


8 


134 


3 


34 










Carroll 


38 


727 


5 


146 


33 


581 


11 


106 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Cecil 


28 


535 


18 


435 


10 


100 


6 


50 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Charles 


37 


910 


25 


647 


12 


263 


4 


39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


L L 


1 Q7 


J 


1 S 7 


g 


40 


5 


25 










Frederick 


25 


303 


6 


109 


19 


194 


8 


84 


1 


8 






Garrett 


14 


302 


4 


73 


10 


229 


5 


39 










Harford 


57 


660 


37 


486 


20 


174 


11 


95 


1 


7 






Howard 


49 


541 


17 


236 


32 


305 


5 


42 










Kent 


17 


308 


9 


190 


8 


118 


2 


12 










Montgomery 


272 


3,334 


44 


484 


228 


2,850 


33 


328 


5 


41 


1 


8 


Prince George's 


512 


4,761 


40 


430 


472 


4,331 


49 


496 


17 


125 






Queen Anne ' s 


17 


289 


10 


198 


7 


91 


1 


10 










St. Mary's 


33 


413 


21 


310 


12 


103 


8 


65 










Somerset 


5 


74 


2 


45 


3 


29 


3 


29 










Talbot 


13 


216 


8 


128 


5 


88 


2 


22 










Washington 


52 


833 


16 


294 


36 


539 


14 


115 


2 


16 






Wicomico 


24 


344 


15 


235 


9 


109 


4 


33 


1 


5 






Worcester 


14 


182 


10 


147 


4 


35 


4 


35 











TABLE 

18 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Severely Handicapped (continued) 





Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicaps 


Local Unit 


Hearing 
Impaired 


Language 
Impaired 


Emotionally 
Handicapped 


Specific Learning 
Disability 


Multiple 
Handicapped 


Other 




No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Total State 


90 


638 


33 


425 


107 


1,357 


671 


9,064 


23 


190 


18 


22 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


11 
17 
13 


62 
185 
88 


2 
9 
12 


20 
77 
102 


15 
23 
20 
1 


171 
225 
200 
4 


6 
18 
21 
23 

4 


76 
191 
197 
1,579 
40 


1 


13 


18 


22 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 
21 
4 
8 
1 


100 
465 

50 
224 

15 


1 


10 


- 


- 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


1 


5 


2 
3 


160 
23 


5 
1 


47 
10 


5 
3 
6 
24 
6 


55 
30 
57 
240 
106 










Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


13 
34 


81 
210 


5 


43 


39 
1 


662 
7 


114 
372 
6 
2 


1,547 
3,500 
81 
22 


18 
1 


140 
9 






Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


1 


7 






2 


31 


3 
17 
2 


66 
383 

40 


2 


18 







TABLE 

19 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Mildly Retarded 
(Educable) 


Severely Handicapped 


Total 


Moderately Retarded 
(Trainable ) 




Physical 


Disablilties 


Orthopedic 
Impairments 


Blind or 
Partially Sighted 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Total State 


i , O J J 


20 2 77 


646 




yo 1 




9 9 'I 




3D 


^ J J 


c 
J 




A 1 legany 


19 


224 


9 


110 


10 


114 


4 


38 






- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


95 


832 


40 


392 


55 


440 


2 1 


16 1 


4 


31 






Baltimore City 


501 


6 458 


369 


5 425 


132 


1 033 


58 


500 


14 


127 


4 


27 


Bait imore 


171 


3 002 


68 


750 


103 


2 252 


34 


2 70 


13 


110 






Calvert 




160 


7 


89 


g 


71 


3 


27 










Caroline 


6 


110 


- 


- 


6 


110 


1 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


23 


425 






23 


425 


5 


43 










Cecil 


16 


306 


10 


253 


5 


53 


4 


33 










Charles 


2 7 


72 1 


16 


470 


\ \ 


25 1 


3 


2 7 










Dorchester 


5 


97 




65 


5 


32 


4 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


18 


192 


3 


42 


15 


150 


5 


55 


1 


8 






Garrett 


10 


235 


1 


15 


9 


220 


4 


30 










Harford 


38 


377 


24 


260 


14 


117 


5 


38 


1 


7 






Howard 


35 


335 


4 


42 


31 


293 


4 


30 










!s.ent 


13 


252 


6 


140 


7 


112 


1 


6 










Montgomery 


164 


1,796 


31 


307 


133 


1,489 


18 


149 


4 


33 


1 


8 


Prince George's 


377 


3,318 


17 


153 


360 


3,165 


26 


240 


16 


116 






Queen Anne ' s 


15 


249 


8 


158 


7 


91 


1 


10 










St. Mary's 


18 


171 


10 


115 


8 


56 


6 


42 










Somerset 


3 


32 


1 


15 


2 


17 


2 


17 










Talbot 


9 


141 


5 


65 


4 


76 


1 


10 










Washington 


29 


486 


1 


12 


28 


474 


8 


68 


2 


16 






Wicomico 


15 


200 


7 


100 


8 


100 


3 


24 


1 


5 






Worcester 


11 


158 


9 


144 


2 


14 


2 


14 











TABLE 

19 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1971-72 



Severely Handicapped (continued) 





Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicaps 


Locai unit 


Hearing 


Language 


Einotionally 


Specific 


Learning 


Multiple 


nt-hpr 




Impaired 


Impaired 


Handicapped 


Disability 


Handicapped 








No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No, of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


76 


508 


31 


412 


50 


492 


533 


7,360 


2 


23 


11 


13 


Allegany 














D 


to 






- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


10 


55 


2 


20 


3 


30 


15 


143 


_ 








Baltimore Cxty 


17 


146 


9 


77 


2 


7 


17 


136 


- 


- 


11 


13 


Baltimore 


10 


72 


10 


89 


14 


141 


21 


1,557 


1 


13 


- 


- 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


4 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caro 1 ine 














C 

D 


lUU 






- 


- 


Car ro 1 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 


372 


1 


10 






Cec il 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


20 


- 


- 




_ 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


224 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 1 

Frederick 










4 


32 


5 


55 
















2 


160 






3 


30 










Harford 


1 


5 






1 


10 


6 


57 










Howard 






3 


23 






24 


240 










Kent 














6 


106 










Montgomery 


12 


73 


5 


43 


22 


230 


71 


953 










Prince George's 


25 


150 










293 


2,659 










Queen Anne's 














6 


81 










St. Mary's 










1 


7 


1 


7 










Somerset 


























Ta Ibot 














3 


66 










Washington 


1 


7 










17 


383 










Wicomico 










2 


31 


2 


40 










Worcester 



























TABLE 

20 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1971-72 













Severely Handicapped 




Grand 


Total 


Mildly Retarded 




Moderately Retarded 


Physical Disabilities 




(Educable) 


Total 


(Trainable) 


Orthopedic 


Blind or 


Local Unit 


















Impairments 


Partially Sighted 




No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


EniTo 1 1 ~ 


No . of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classps 


ment 


C las ses 




Classes 




Total State 


970 


15,061 












1 ,548 


14 


124 


- 


- 


Allegany 


8 


110 


1 


99 


1 


11 


1 


11 










Anne Arundel 


C 1 


Q Q "3 


35 


534 


32 


359 


15 


155 


1 


8 




_ 


Baltimore City 


AOO 


7 , 299 


334 


6 596 


66 


1 KJj 


9 7 




7 


62 


_ 


_ 


Baltimore 


90 


1,114 


JU 


71 A 
/ io 






9 T 


9 1 


4 


37 


_ 


_ 


Ca Ivert 


4 


55 


9 




9 


9 1 


9 


9 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


Q 


LDZ 


1 


128 


2 


24 


2 


24 










Carroll 


15 


JUz 


5 


146 


10 


156 


6 


63 




_ 




_ 


Ceci 1 


1 


00 Q 


Q 

O 


ioZ 




A 7 


9 


1 7 








_ 


Charles 




1 Q O 


9 


1 77 




1 9 


]^ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


6 


100 


J 


QO 

yz 




Q 

O 


i 


Q 










Frederick 


7 


111 


3 


67 


4 


44 


3 


29 










Garrett 






3 


58 


1 


9 


1 


9 










Harford 


19 


283 


13 


226 


6 


57 


6 


57 










Howard 


14 


206 


13 


194 


1 


12 


1 


12 










Kent 


4 


56 


3 


50 


1 


6 


1 


6 










Montgomery 


108 


1,538 


13 


177 


95 


1,361 


15 


179 


1 


8 






Prince George's 


135 


1,443 


23 


277 


112 


1,166 


23 


256 


1 


9 






Queen Anne's 


2 


40 


2 


40 


















St. Mary's 


15 


242 


11 


195 


4 


47 


2 


23 










Somerset 


2 


42 


1 


30 


1 


12 


1 


12 










Talbot 


4 


75 


3 


63 


1 


12 


1 


12 










Washington 


23 


347 


15 


282 


8 


65 


6 


47 










Wicomico 


9 


144 


8 


135 


1 


9 


1 


9 










Worcester 


3 


24 


1 


3 


2 


21 


2 


21 











TABLE 

20 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1971-72 





Severely Handicapped (continued) 




Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicaps 


Local Unit 


Hearing 


Language 


Emotionally 


Specific 


Learning 


Multiple 


Other 




Impaired 


Impaired 


Handicapped 


Disability 


Handicapped 






No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


14 


130 


2 


13 


57 


865 


138 


1,704 


21 


167 


7 


9 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1 


7 


- 


- 


12 


141 


3 


48 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


- 


39 


- 


- 


21 


218 


4 


61 


- 


- 


7 


9 


Baltimore 


3 


16 


2 


13 


6 


59 


2 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 




■ 










■ 




- 




- 


— 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 




- 




- 


- 


- 


4 


93 




- 


- 


- 


Cecil 






- 


- 


- 




2 


30 




- 


- 


- 


Charles 


























Dorchester 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 








_ 


Frederick 










1 


15 














Garrett 


























Harford 


























Howard 


























Kent 


























Montgomery 


1 


8 






17 


432 


43 


594 


18 


140 






Prince George's 


9 


60 










79 


841 










Queen Anne ' s 


























St. Mary's 














1 


15 


1 


9 






Somerset 


























Ta Ibot 


























Washington 


















2 


18 






Wicomico 


























Worcester 












_ 















TABLE 

21 

Handicapped Children Receiving Home and Hospital Instruction: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 




4 538 


1 1 76 


3 362 


Allegany 


61 


19 


42 


Anne Arundel 


328 


85 


243 


Baltimore City 


208 


89 


119 


Baltimore 


651 


236 


415 




40 


g 


34 


Caroline 


16 


9 


7 


Carroll 


268 


32 


236 


Cecil 


25 


8 


17 


Charles 


90 


20 


70 


Do rchester 


12 


7 


5 


Frederick 


123 


32 


91 


Garrett 


38 


11 


27 


Harford 


172 


34 


138 


Howard 


48 


12 


36 


Kent 


12 


5 


7 


Montgomery 


854 


169 


685 


Prince George's 


1,350 


341 


1,009 


Queen Anne ' s 


22 


7 


15 


St. Mary's 


43 


12 


31 


Somerset 


3 


2 


1 


Talbot 


12 


3 


9 


Washington 


132 


22 


110 


Wicomico 


18 


8 


10 


Worcester 


12 


7 


5 



TABLE 

22 

Severely Handicapped Children Attending Special Schools Outside Maryland Public School System: 1971-72 







Mental Retardat ion'*' 


Physical Disabilities 


Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicapped 


Local Unit 




Ml 1 H 1 \7 


Moderately 




Blind or 








Specific 








Total 


Re tarded 


Retarded 


Orthopedic 


Partially 


Hea r ing 




Emot iona 1 ly 


Lea m ing 


Multiple 








( Educable) 


(Trainable) 


Impairments 


Sighted 


Impaired 


Impaired 


Handicapped 


Disability 


Handicapped 


Other 


Total State 


1,984 


43 


567 


126 


7 


53 


116 


531 


347 


140 


54 


Allegany 


4 


1 








\ 








1 
i 




Anne Arundel 


58 


14 


4 


6 




4 


2 


21 


2 


5 




Baltimore City 


636 




32 7 


6 


- 


11 


17 


90 


156 


6 


23 


Baltimore 


189 


- 


32 


21 


- 


13 


6 


81 


14 


21 


1 


Ca Ivert 


3 






1 








1 






\ 


Ca roline 


5 


5 




















Carroll 


14 


1 


1 




1 


1 




5 


5 






Cecil 


6 


2 


1 


- 




1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


_ 


Charles 


10 




5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


1 


1 


- 


Dorchester 


5 


3 












1 
1 




1 
i 




Frederick 


11 




I 










g 


2 


2 




Garrett 


1 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1 






- 


Harford 


8 


2 


1 








1 


4 








Howard 


43 


5 


5 


6 




2 


3 


19 


2 


1 




Kent 


4 






1 








3 








Montgomery 


694 


6 


93 


64 


1 


19 


87 


185 


142 


97 




Prince George's 


264 




85 


20 


5 


1 




102 


20 


3 


28 


Queen Anne's 


1 


1 




















St. Mary's 


2 














1 


1 






Somerset 


2 




1 










1 








Talbot 


2 


















1 


1 


Washington 


2 














2 








Wicomico 


14 


3 


10 












1 






Worcester 


6 




1 


1 








3 




1 





*In each case these children have additional mental and/or physical handicaps. 



TABLE 

23 



Speech and Hearing Therapy Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Therapists 


Total 
Pupils* 


Ninnber of Pupils 
on Waiting List 


Number of Pupils Served in School Year 


S creened 


Received Therapy 


Total State 


390 


922,051 


15,189 


131 ,407 


29,131 


Allegany 


1 


17 ,589 


- 


148 


90 


Anne Arundel 


34 


75 ,452 


1 ,229 


17,357 


2 ,854 


Baltimore City 


65 


190,735 


4,085 


21,916 


4,281 


Baltimore 


72 


134, 136 


1 ,211 


13,212 


4,321 


Ca Ivert 


1 


6,117 


97 


740 


160 


Caroline 


- 


5 ,346 


• 






Carroll 


4 


17 ,213 


377 


1,830 


432 


Cecil 


3 


12 ,378 


127 


1,439 


310 


Charles 


5 


14,437 


142 


2,549 


443 


Dorchester 


2 


6,467 


172 


1,947 


251 


Frederick 


7 


20,928 


227 


2,925 


664 


Garrett 


2 


5 ,707 


22 


228 


160 


Harford 


6 


31,620 


443 


2,761 


562 


Howard 


7 


19,049 


155 


1,230 


519 


Kent 


1 


3,926 




73 


SO 


Montgomery 


58 


126,679 


1,204 


24,801 


,5,100 


Prince George's 


107 


162,850 


5,072 


26,595 


'^7,561 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 


4,771 


114 


779 


106 


St. Mary's 


4 


11,856 


140 


3,260 


399 


Somerset 


1 


4,629 


93 


1,438 


131 


Ta Ibot 


2 


5,038 


34 


821 


160 


Washington 


3 


24,053 


49 


1,410 


232 


Wicomico 


4 


14,468 


196 


3,948 


315 


Worcester 




6,607 









*Enrollment in Grades Prekgn.-12 as of September 30, 1971. 

''Excludes ten elementary schools in which preschool classes were jointly screened by Health Department and Board of Education. 
''Excludes 1,952 pupils in language development programs. 



TABLE 

24 



Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 







Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy 


Local Unit 


Total 
Pupils'^ 


Grand 

Total 


Stutter- 
ing 


Cleft 
Palate 


Voice 
Problem 


Delayed 
Language 


Articu- 
lation 


Hearing 


Cerebral 
Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


922,051 


29,132 


1,505 


217 


333 


5,021 


19,925 


844 


90 


1,197 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


17,589 
75,452 
190,735 
134,136 
6,117 


90 
2,854 
4,281 
4,321 
'l60 


4 
157 
399 
218 
16 


25 
26 
44 


1 
14 
35 
68 

1 


8 

409 
629 
867 
4 


64 
2,032 
3,050 
2 ,824 
'l36 


4 
126 
83 
149 

3 


13 
21 
10 


9 
78 
38 
141 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


5,346 
17,213 
12,378 
14,437 

6,467 


432 
310 
443 
251 


6 
8 
31 
6 


4 
7 
4 
3 


2 
6 
10 
2 


36 
43 
46 
28 


365 
226 
337 
199 


3 
2 
5 

3 


3 


13 
18 
10 
10 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


20,928 
5,707 
31,620 
19,049 
3,926 


664 
160 
562 
519 
80 


21 

18 
21 
1 


5 

5 
4 
1 


6 

7 
6 


42 
2 
80 
80 
1 


578 
158 
388 
393 
75 


11 

21 
12 


1 

2 


41 
3 
2 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


126,679 
162,850 

4,771 
11,856 

4,629 


5,100 
7,562 
106 
399 
131 


172 
371 

5 
13 

5 


32 
50 

4 


88 
75 

3 


1,487 
1,119 
7 
31 
13 


2,849 
5,153 
92 
336 
111 


232 
168 
2 
6 

1 


16 
22 

1 


224 
604 

5 
1 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


5,038 
24,053 
14,468 

6,607 


160 
232 
315 


5 
12 
16 


2 
1 


4 
3 
2 


13 
43 
33 


137 
163 
259 


1 
8 

4 


1 





*Enrollment in Grades Prekgn.-12 as of September 30, 1971. 



TABLE 

25 



Number of Prekindergarten and Kindergarten Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 











Number of 


Pupils Who Received Therapy 








Local Unit 


Total 




















Pup i Is 


Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Vo ice 


De layed 


Art icu- 




Cerebral 








Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lat ion 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


64,282 


2 ,327 


52 


13 


14 


877 


1 ,221 


77 


4 


69 


Al legany 


1,176 


4 


- 


- 






2 


1 


- 


1 


Anne Arundel 


4,981 


148 


11 


1 




62 


65 


4 


1 


4 


Baltimore City 


14,368 


379 


7 


4 


5 


178 


180 


4 


1 


- 


Baltimore 


8,799 


293 


5 


2 




82 


191 


11 


1 


1 


Calvert 


398 




















Caroline 


352 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1,136 


47 


2 


1 




17 


24 


- 


- 


3 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


Charles 


500 


6 










6 








Dorchester 


366 


6 








1 


5 








Frederick 


1,333 


31 


2 


- 




3 


26 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 


370 


9 


- 


- 


- 




9 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


2,288 


41 


1 






19 


13 


7 




1 


Howard 


1,387 


28 


2 


- 




12 


14 




- 




Kent 


264 




















Montgomery 


9,061 


591 


8 


2 


7 


275 


256 


35 




8 


Prince George's 


12,296 


660 


10 


3 


2 


208 


371 


14 


1 


51 


Queen Anne ' s 


281 




















St, Mary's 


967 


9 










9 








Somerset 


272 




















Talbot 


323 


13 








5 


8 








Washington 


1,869 


55 


3 






11 


40 


1 






Wicomico 


1,070 


7 


1 






4 


2 








Worcester 


425 





















^Enrollment in prekindergarten and kindergarten as of September 30, 1971. 



TABLE 

26 



Number of Pupils in Primary Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 







Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy 


Local Unit 


Total 
Pupils* 


Grand 
Total 


Stutter- 
ing 


Cleft 
Palate 


Voice 
Problem 


Delayed 
Langxjage 


Articu- 
lation 


Hearing 


Cerebral 
Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


218,615 


15,046 


500 


95 


146 


2,391 


11,119 


290 


18 


487 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


3,926 
18,244 
46,072 
28,570 

1,516 


60 
1,365 
2,151 
1 ,956 
102 


3 
51 
93 
68 
10 


15 
9 
17 


5 
14 
24 

1 


8 

180 
300 
365 
3 


43 
1,054 
1,683 
1,399 

88 


1 
26 
34 
20 


4 
1 


5 
34 
14 
62 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1,236 
4,086 
3,341 
4,090 
1,551 


32 9 
195 
330 
166 


1 
5 
20 
2 


3 
5 
2 
2 


2 
4 
9 

1 


19 
24 

46 
25 


289 
141 
246 
134 


2 
1 
3 
2 


3 


10 
15 
4 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


4,937 
1,367 
7,934 
4,609 
857 


477 
100 
296 
350 
71 


11 

3 
13 
1 


2 

4 
3 
1 


5 

4 
4 


24 
2 
48 
51 
1 


429 
98 
200 
271 
68 


6 

8 
6 


- 


29 
2 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


27,660 
41,152 
1,200 
3,223 
1,140 


2,297 
3,988 

90 
251 

67 


71 
128 
4 
3 
1 


16 
12 

2 


25 
39 

3 


767 
451 

5 
23 

5 


1,257 
3,035 
79 
214 
59 


101 
66 

2 
3 
1 


6 
2 

1 


54 
255 

2 
1 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


1,238 
5,538 
3,572 
1,556 


117 
124 
164 


2 
6 
4 


1 
1 


4 
2 


7 
28 
9 


103 
82 
147 


1 
4 
3 


1 





■*Enrollment in Grades 1-3 as of September 30, 1971, including an estimate of the number of pupils in ungraded primary organizations. 



TABLE 

27 



Number of Pupils in Intermediate Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





Tota 1 


Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy 


Local Unit 






Cleft 














Pup i 1 s " 


Grand 


Stutter- 


Voice 


Delayed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 








Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lat ion 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


221,188 


7 187 


486 


58 


125 


426 


5 632 


181 


g 


2 71 


Al legany 


4,013 


26 


I 




I 




19 


2 




3 


Anne Arundel 


18 , 116 


765 


47 




4 


34 


640 


17 




17 


Baltimore City 


46 , 787 


882 


126 


6 


8 


35 


685 


12 


2 


8 


Baltimore 


31 ,2 15 


1,076 


57 


13 


25 


94 


826 


15 


- 


46 


Calvert 


1.366 


35 


2 








32 


1 






Caroline 


1 ,280 




















Carroll 


4 , 194 


56 


3 








52 


1 






Cecil 


3,171 


92 


2 


2 


2 


8 


75 




- 


3 


Charles 


3 , 668 


94 


8 


2 


1 




30 


- 


- 


3 


Dorchester 


1,518 


64 


4 


I 


I 


2 


53 






3 


Frederick 


5 ,056 


117 


8 


2 


1 


4 


97 


5 






Garrett 


1 ,403 


47 










47 








Harford 


7 , 730 


207 


14 


1 


2 


11 


170 


3 


2 


4 


Howard 


4,521 


87 


3 




1 




80 


2 




1 


Kent 


919 


8 










6 






2 


Montgomery 


29,267 


1,72 7 


79 


3 


55 


169 


1,291 


79 


4 


47 


Prince George's 


39,795 


1,541 


109 


20 


22 


52 


1,166 


40 




132 


Queen Anne's 


1,080 


11 










11 








St. Mary's 


2,886 


108 


4 


2 




7 


92 


1 




2 


Somerset 


1,174 


53 


3 








50 








Talbot 


1,136 


30 


3 






1 


26 








Washington 


5,751 


52 


3 




1 


4 


41 


3 






Wicomico 


3,590 


109 


10 




1 


5 


93 








Worcester 


1,552 





















*Enrollment in Grades 4-6 as of September 30, 1971, including an estimate of the number of pupils in ungraded intermediate organizations. 



TABLE 

28 



Number of Pupils in High School Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 











Number of 


Pupils Who Received Therapy 








Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Pup i Is 


Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Art icu- 




Cerebral 








Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


391,727 


1,729 


357 


26 


36 


52 


1,029 


78 


6 


145 


Allegany 


8,208 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


32,646 


279 


46 


2 


5 


6 


184 


21 


1 


14 


Baltimore City 


70,498 


439 


123 


1 


6 


16 


266 


12 


2 


13 


Baltimore 


63,042 


402 


74 


10 


15 


21 


229 


20 


1 


32 


Calvert 


2,636 




~ 


" 








~ 


~ 




Caroline 


2,334 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


7,633 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


5,601 


- 


- 


- 


_ 






- 


- 


- 


Charles 


6,040 


4 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


3,006 


3 










3 




■ 


* 


Frederick 


9,378 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 


2,436 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


13,116 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Howard 


8,035 




















Kent 


1,686 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


58,596 


18 


13 


2 






3 








Prince George's 


66,344 


546 


91 


10 


10 


9 


317 


22 


2 


85 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,109 


1 










1 








St. Mary's 


4,488 


30 


6 








21 


2 




1 


Somerset 


2,000 


2 


1 








1 








Talbot 


2,200 




















Washington 


10,664 


1 




1 














Wicomico 


5,992 


3 










3 








Worcester 


3,039 





















"Enrollment in Grades 7-12 as of September 30, 1971. 



TABLE 

29 



Niimber of Pupils in Special Classes Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





Tota 1 
Pup ils 


Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy 


Local Unit 


Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 








Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Hearing 


Pa Isy 


Other 


Total State 


26,239 


2 ,843 


110 


25 


12 


1 ,275 


924 


2 18 


54 


225 


Allegany 


266 




















Anne Arundel 


1,465 


297 


2 


I 




12 7 


89 


58 


1 1 


9 


Baltimore City 


13,010 


430 


50 


6 


2 


100 


236 


21 


12 


3 


Baltimore 


2 ,510 


594 


14 


2 


4 


305 


179 


83 


7 


- 


Calvert 


201 


23 


4 






1 


16 


2 






Caroline 


144 




















Carroll 


164 




















Cecil 


265 


23 


1 


- 


- 


11 


10 


1 


- 


- 


Charles 


139 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


1 


- 


3 


Dorchester 


26 


12 










4 


I 




7 


Frederick 


224 


39 




I 






26 




I 




Garrett 


131 


3 


- 








3 








Harford 


552 


18 






1 


2 


5 


3 




7 


Howard 


497 


54 


3 


1 


1 


17 


28 


4 






Kent 


200 


1 










1 








Montgomery 


2,095 


467 


1 


9 


1 


276 


42 


17 


6 


115 


Prince George's 


3,263 


82 7 


33 


5 


2 


399 


264 


26 


17 


81 


Queen Anne ' s 


101 


4 


1 






2 


1 








St. Mary's 


292 


1 








1 










Somerset 


43 


9 








8 


1 








Talbot 


141 




















Washington 


231 




















Wicomico 


244 


32 


1 




1 


15 


14 


1 






Worcester 


35 





















*Enrollment in Special Classes as of September 30, 1971. 



TABLE 

30 



Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1971 



Local Unit 




Number 


of Centers 




Enrollment 




















Tota 1 


Preschool 


Elementarv 


S c c nd 3 r y 


Total 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


532 


40 


340 


152 


99,660 


1,858 


54,343 


43,459 


A llegany 


7 


- 


1 


6 


557 




200 


457 


Anne Arundel 


19 


- 


10 


9 


3, 108 




1, 273 


1, 835 


Baltimore City 


130 


20 


89 


21 


29, 073 


606 


18,032 


10, 435 


Ba Itimore 


46 


- 


30 


16 


8,814 




3.752 


5,062 


Calvert 


1 


- 


*1 


- 


333 


49 


134 


150 


Caroline 


1 


- 


1 


- 


103 


19 


84 




Carroll 


13 


5 


*7 


1 


524 


128 


66 


330 


Cecil 


13 


8 


- 


5 


1, 117 


473 




644 


Charles 


A 


- 


- 


4 


196 






196 


Dorchester 


6 


- 


*4 


2 


637 


145 


243 


249 


Frederick 


26 


4 


17 


5 


1, 845 


292 


647 


906 


Garrett 


3 


- 


1 


2 


594 




480 


114 


Harford 


30 


- 


*26 


4 


2,958 


- 


1,828 


1, 130 


Howard 


u 


1 


2 


1 


1, 219 


25 


505 


689 


Kent 


u 




3 


1 


342 




122 


220 


Montgomery 


80 




46 


34 


21, 125 


10 


10,364 


10,751 


Prince George's 


115 




83 


32 


22,681 


45 


14, 984 


7,652 


Queen Anne ' s 


2 




2 




170 




170 




St. Mary' s 


7 


1 


3 


3 


681 


20 


398 


263 


Somerset 


4 




4 




350 




350 




Talbot 


3 




2 


1 


315 




135 


180 


Washington 


4 


1 


2 


1 


1,867 


46 


126 


1,695 


Wicomico 


4 




3 


1 


394 




88 


306 


Worcester 


6 




3 


3 


557 




362 


195 



*Includes Centers with secondary programs in the following: Calvert, 6; Carroll, 1; Dorchester, 3; Karford, 5. 



TABLE 

31 



Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971 



Tnfiil Tlnit" 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Tota I 


Federa 1 


Loca 1 


Total 


Federa 1 


Loca 1 


Total 


Federa 1 


State & 
Loca 1 


Loca 1 


Head 
Start 


Migr jnL 


to 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Enrich- 
ment 


■ 1 

Remedial 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Dr iver 
Education 


Or igina 1 
(credit) 


Review 
(credit) 


Enrich- 


ment 


Remedial 




otal State 


1, 858 


1,005 


63 


745 


45 


54, 343 


183 


19,098 


1, 121 


10, 985 


22,956 


43,459 


8 


1,911 


288 


14,338 


3,647 


16,432 


6, 


345 


490 


A 1 legany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


200 


- 




- 


200 




457 


- 


- 


- 


414 


43 








- 


Anne Arundel 










- 


1,273 




1, 080 






193 


1,835 








964 




848 




23 




Baltimore City 


606 


281 




325 




18, 032 




14, 042 


1, 074 


1, 621 


1, 295 


10, 435 




1,911 


136 


1, 148 




6,512 




682 


46 


Ba It imore 










- 


3,752 




1, 236 




877 


1, 639 


5,062 








2, 240 


26 


2 , 103 




534 


159 


Ca Ivert 


49 


- 


- 


49 


- 


134 


- 


134 


- 






150 


- 


- 


- 


90 




60 








Car o 1 ine 


19 




19 


- 


- 


84 


84 










- 




















Carroll 


128 


128 






- 


66 










66 


330 








73 




54 




203 




Cecil 


473 


168 




305 
















644 








452 


72 


80 




40 




Char le s 










- 


- 












196 








40 




60 




96 




Dorchester 


145 


109 


36 


- 


- 


243 


84 


159 








249 






116 


133 












Frederick 


292 


284 


8 






647 


15 


202 




40 


390 


906 


8 






573 


88 


144 




93 




Garrett 










- 


480 




480 








114 






36 


78 












Harford 












1, 828 








827 


1,001 


1, 130 








388 




61 




681 




Howard 


25 


25 








505 




97 




342 


66 


689 








207 


44 


293 




131 


14 


Kent 












122 








104 


18 


220 








179 




35 




6 




Montgomery 


10 


10 








10,364 




300 


18 


6, 737 


3,309 


10, 751 








3,684 


2,858 


1,506 


2, 


565 


138 


Prince George ' s 


45 








45 


14, 984 








178 


14,806 


7, 652 








2, 132 


488 


4, 276 




654 


102 


Queen Anne ' s 












170 




150 






20 






















St. Mary's 


20 






20 




398 




371 






27 


263 








147 


18 


74 






24 


Somerset 












350 




350 




























Talbot 












135 




135 








180 








120 




60 








Washington 


46 






46 




126 










126 


1, 695 








940 


10 


113 




625 


7 


Wicomico 












88 






*29 


59 




306 








141 




153 




12 




Worcester 












362 




362 








195 








195 













*Elementary catch-up program includes 29 in Wicomico. 



TABLE 

32 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1971-72 

Grades Prek-6 



- — " ■ 

Local Unit 




Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 

Disa- 

bility 


Em- 
ploy- 
ment 


Mar- 

raige 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 
compati- 
bi 1 i ty 
with 
School* 


Court 
Ac tion 


Econ- 

nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Under- 

ter 
mined 


Death 


Includ- 
ing 
Death 


Exclud- 
ing 
Death 


sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 
ity^ 


Other 


Total State 


1,042 


973 


47 


68 


3 


2 


9 


- 


- 


48 


25 


14 


15 


442 


103 


197 


69 


Allegany 


14 


12 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 




4 




- 


2 


Anne Arundel 


48 


47 


3 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


24 


11 


4 


1 


Baltimore City 


428 


428 


- 


60 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32 


- 


- 




170 


5 


161 


- 


Baltimore 


113 


98 


3 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


2 


7 


30 


47 


- 


15 


Calvert 


9 


8 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


1 


Caroline 


4 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




2 


1 


- 


- 


Carroll 


23 


25 


4 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


5 


1 


- 






5 


2 


3 


Cecil 


23 


23 


7 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


5 


1 








7 


- 


Charles 


19 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


13 


- 


- 


3 


Dorchester 


5 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


17 


16 


- 


- 


1 








_ 




- 


_ 




15 




_ 


1 


Garrett 


19 


IS 


4 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 




8 




- 


1 


Harford 


18 


15 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 




5 


4 


1 


3 


Howard 


11 


8 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




4 




- 


3 


Kent 


2 


2 


















1 








1 






Montgomery 


82 


68 




2 














3 




2 


40 


4 


17 


14 


Prince George' s 


119 


105 


A 














1 


7 






88 


3 


2 


14 


Queen Anne' s 


1 


1 


























1 






St. Mary's 


13 


11 


1 




















1 


9 






2 


Somerset 


6 


6 


1 
















1 


2 




2 








Talbot 


6 


6 


2 


1 


















1 


1 


1 






Washington 


32 


31 


3 




















1 


8 


19 




1 


Wicomico 


19 


15 


3 




1 










1 


2 




1 


3 


1 


3 


4 


Worcester 


6 


5 


1 


1 












1 








2 






1 



♦Incompatibility between school and pupil (sixteen years of age and over). 
/Expulsion for disciplinary reasons (under sixteen years of age). 
/Under compulsory attendance age. 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1971-72 

Grades 7-12 



TABLE 

32 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 

Disa- 

bility 


Em- 
ploy- 

ment 


Mar- 

raige 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 

compati- 
bility 
wi th 
Schoo 1 S" 


Court 
Ac tion 


Econ- 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Death 


Inc 1 ud— 
ing 
Dea th 


Exc 1 ud— 
mg 
Dea th 


Expul- 
s ion/ 


Im- 
matur- 

it> 


Other 


Total State 


15,928 


15,824 


49 


310 


34 


9 


1,026 


579 


403 


12,215 


236 


42 


1 A ^ 

ID -J 






511 


104 


All egany 


131 


129 


I 










1 L 

L H 




56 


24 


3 


2 




_ 




2 


Anne Arundel 


1,419 


1,406 


1 


14 




L 




6 1 


9 S 

Z J 


1 206 


9 




6 


- 


17 




13 


Bal timore 


6,731 


6,781 




15 3 








1 9 'K 
i Z J 


100 


5,950 










24 


431 




Bal timore 


1,530 


1,508 


o 
o 


10 


10 




1 ft '\ 




54 


1 043 


10 




a/. 








22 


Calvert 


138 


138 




11 


1 


. 




5 


3 


109 


2 










- 




Caro 1 ine 


112 


111 




5 






7 2 


\ \ 




14 


1^ 




2 




2 




1 


Carro 1 1 


209 


205 












i z 


]_ 


118 


3 




7 


- 


22 


2 




Cecil 


308 


306 












20 


]^ 


227 


2 1 


7 


1 n 




2 


5 


2 


Charles 


269 


266 


I 


1 9 
L L 






23 


]^ ]^ 


10 


199 




Y 











3 


Dorches ter 


82 


82 




3 


_ 


- 


1 




1 


62 


2 


1 






7 


1 




Frederick 


253 


252 




Q 
O 


L 




1 9 
i z 


Z 1 




147 


13 


5 


17 




22 




]^ 


Garr e 1 1 


79 


77 




5 








7 




46 


10 




1 




4 




2 


na r 1 o r a 


381 


378 


L 




£. 




47 


2 7 


16 


251 


13 


3 






16 




3 


Howard 


192 


188 


2 


1 


2 


- 


3 


11 


6 


150 




2 


1 




4 


- 


4 


Kent 


80 


80 


1 


2 




2 


1 


1 


3 


59 


10 








1 






Montgomery 


1,070 


1,054 


9 


1 


2 


1 


315 


46 


44 


505 


36 




7 




30 


58 


16 


Prince George ' s 


1,811 


1,789 


7 


14 


2 




219 


62 


92 


1,306 


48 


5 


6 




22 


6 


22 


Queen Anne' s 


73 


73 




1 


1 




2 


6 


2 


58 










3 






St. Mary's 


230 


230 


1 


4 


1 




9 


8 


9 


177 


7 


I 


4 




9 






Somerset 


109 


108 


3 


6 


1 


2 


10 


13 


4 


61 


2 


3 


2 




1 




1 


Talbot 


71 


70 




6 








3 


1 


56 


1 




2 




1 




1 


Washington 


208 


205 


1 


3 


1 




16 


17 


1 


142 


6 




1 




16 


1 


3 


Wicomico 


270 


266 


6 


16 


3 


2 


4 


5 


8 


201 


9 




7 




4 


1 


4 


Worcester 


122 


122 


1 


14 


2 




5 


10 


2 


72 


8 


6 


2 











■^Incompatibility between school and pupil (sixteen years of age and over). 
/Expulsion for disciplinary reasons (under sixteen years of age). 



TABLE 

33 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1971-72 

Grades Prek-6 



Local Unit 


Total 


rjblic School in the 
Sane Local Unit 


Public School 
Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 






J * her 


ProErar ^ 




Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 


Pro* 
rno C Ion ~ 

of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Residence 


In 
Same 
Local 

Unit 


In 

Mary land 


In 
Ano ther 
State* 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


Home- 
ceaching 


Hospital 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
School 


State 
Institution 
with 
Educa tion 
Program 


In 

Mary 1 and 


In 
Another 
State* 


.. .... 

Total State 


HZ , J JO 


1,901 


110 


12,525 


6,817 


18,052 


1,088 


228 


272 


oZ ' 


0Q7 

Z7 / 


T 7 
jZ 




1 k 7 


Allegany 


580 


11 


_ 


263 


67 


220 


7 




1 


5 


6 




- 




Anne Arundel 


7 17 


88 


8 


1,297 


710 


1,430 


48 


34 


23 


S. 1 
J I 


ZH 


I 




•1 
J 


Baltimore City/ 


7Q ^ 


- 


- 


- 




5, 288 


379 


- 


- 










1 IS 


Bal timor e 


' CAS 


176 


34 


1,511 


1,571 


1,261 


120 


65 


23 






1 1 

J. I 






Calver t 


£. DO 


5 




67 


53 


98 


7 


2 


3 


Z 


I 








Caroline 


2i2 


2 


- 


36 


77 


112 


. 


. 


1 




3 


1 


- 


- 


Carro 1 1 




39 


_ 


238 


225 


166 


1 


7 


3 


Z 




1 
1 






^eci i 


fin "i 


22 


- 


278 


83 


383 


11 


- 


8 


Q 

C3 


/ 


Z 






Charles 


03/ 


11 




211 


129 


231 


10 


13 


1 


Z 




z 




Zj 


Dorchester 


ZZh 


5 


1 


93 


44 


73 


1 


3 


1 






J 






Frederick 


898 


21 


_ 


445 


183 


213 


15 


5 


2 


5 


8 


1 


- 


- 


Garre tt 


174 


5 


- 


55 


26 


79 








2 


7 








Harford 


2 , 06^^ 


35 


37 


733 


251 


900 


19 


13 


12 


35 


23 


1 




c 
J 


Howard 


1 , 442 


571 


4 


137 


316 


348 


19 


8 


15 


13 


S 


1 




2 


Kent 


154 


1 




41 


44 


61 






1 


1 


5 








Montgomery 


5,999 


297 


10 


2,127 


700 


2,060 


222 


35 


104 


389 


52 


1 




2 


Prince George's 


10,194 


503 


s 


3,635 


1,809 


3,677 


173 


33 


45 


229 


68 


4 




10 


Queen Anne ' s 


167 


1 


2 


27 


66 


64 


2 


2 


1 


2 










St. Mary' s 


1,139 


60 


1 


333 


61 


622 


31 


1 


4 


L9 


6 






1 


Somerset 


131 


2 


1 


23 


49 


50 




2 


2 




1 






1 


Talbot 


184 


1 


2 


49 


72 


47 


6 


2 


1 




2 


2 






Washington 


1,005 


24 


1 


515 


95 


335 


12 


3 


S 


7 


2 






3 


Wicomico 


765 


21 


1 


378 


126 


219 


4 




9 


1 




1 




1 


Worcester 


216 






33 


60 


115 


1 

















*In another state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 
/Data are available for only those reasons indicated. 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1971-72 

Grades 7-12 



TABLE 

33 



Tnral I In if 


Total 


Public School in the 
■Sflme T.oc;*! Unit 


Public School 
Outside 
the Local Unit 


No 


npublic School 






Other 


Programs 




Admini s— 
strative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion - 
No Change 
of 

Rs sid6ncs 


Change 

01 

Re s idence 


In 
Same 
Local 

Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
S ta te"" 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
Schoo 1 


State 
Institution 
with 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Total State 


20,043 


1,094 


72 


3,923 


2, 700 


8, 342 


606 


171 


314 


356 


1,057 


77 


660 


671 


Al legany 


on A 


3 


- 


56 


23 


93 


Q 
O 


- 


- 


1 


18 




2 


2 


Anne Arundel 


i , DO J 


93 


4 


381 


285 


682 


43 


20 


21 


17 


79 


10 


44 


6 


Baltimore City/ 












2,066 


29 3 














460 


Ba 1 timor e 


7 /ill 


178 


22 


493 


629 


581 


4Z 


35 


17 


1 / 




26 


ibz 


U D 


Calvert 


77 


1 


- 


- 


19 


45 


1 


- 


- 


2 


8 




1 




Caro 1 ine 


y J 


3 


- 


6 


40 


42 




- 


- 




-1 
J 






1 
i 


Carro 1 1 


J Z 1 


18 




58 


80 


88 




2 


5 


J 


J" 


J 




4 


Cecil 


jZ 7 


1 


2 


79 


35 


178 




\ 


4 


7 


i J 








Char 1 e s 


1 li 
J i 4 


3 




57 


53 


15 


D 


6 


1 


A 




A 


J 


Z 


Dorches ter 


93 


1 


- 


21 


25 


34 




3 


2 






4 




3 


Frederick 




6 


- 


147 


91 


100 


I 


3 


2 


Z 




1 
i 


A 




Garrett 


85 






Q 

y 


13 


43 






1 
1 


]_ 


\ 7 








ndiL 1 U L u 


ft 9 9 
oZZ 


10 


19 


124 


123 


450 


1 1 
i Z 


18 


8 


J 






T 


y 


Howard 


433 


92 


7 


19 


96 


162 


2 


10 


6 


14 


12 


2 




11 


Kent 


53 


5 




6 


13 


24 




1 






4 








Mon tgomery 


3,426 


357 


8 


758 


339 


1,049 


110 


34 


158 


201 


256 


12 


123 


21 


Prince George ' s 


5,103 


302 


9 


1,438 


636 


1,934 


66 


27 


74 


72 


218 


7 


276 


44 


Queen Anne' s 


66 


1 




2 


27 


31 


1 


2 


2 












St. Mary' s 


■ 344 


7 




44 


19 


232 


4 






7 


31 








Somer se t 


75 


1 




12 


22 


34 




5 


1 












Talbot 


79 






5 


26 


32 


2 


1 


1 




7 


1 




4 


Washing ton 


457 


6 


1 


138 


47 


173 


8 


3 


6 


1 


37 


2 




35 


Wicomico 


209 


6 




62 


41 


90 


2 




2 


2 




1 




3 


Worcester 


94 






8 


18 


64 






3 




1 









*In another state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 
/Data are available for only those reasons indicated. 



TABLE 

34 



Nor.promotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1972 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


F. ler.entarv 


secondary 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


To ta 1 


Frorr^ ted 


Sot Fro-otfcc 










Number 


Percent 


Nui::ber 


Percent 


To ta \ 


Frono ted 


Sur:ber 


Percent 


Total State 


907 


123 


874,109 


33,014 


J 


£L 




J\J J , Oi+O 




i** , DAD 


2 


5 


j03 , 7 JO 


J l\J y HO 1 




A 7 


Allegany 


1' 1 


J JO 


n 


250 


108 


U 





9,242 


9,155 




A7 


0. 


9 


8,116 


8,095 


21 


0.3 


Anne Arundel 


74 


468 


72 


500 


1,968 


2 


6 


42,520 


41,954 




566 


1.3 


31,948 


30,546 


1.402 


4.4 


Baltimore City 


185 


852 


169 


433 


16,419 


8 


8 


112,914 


105,261 




7,653 


6. 


8 


72,938 


64,172 


8,766 


12.0 


Bal tiinore 


131 


785 


128 


682 


3,103 


2 


■J 
J 


69,618 


68,245 




T "J "7 1 
i , J / J 


L ■ 




62,167 


60,437 


1,730 


2.8 


Ca Iver t 


6 


036 


5 


633 


403 


6 


7 


3,477 


3, 270 




207 


5. 


9 


•» C CO 

L , 559 


2, 363 


196 


7 7 


Caroline 


5 


202 


5 


121 


81 


1 


5 


2,875 


2,837 




38 


1. 


3 


2,327 


2,284 


43 


1.8 


Carrol 1 


17 


166 


16 


963 


203 


1 


2 


9,669 


9,523 




146 


1. 


5 




7,440 


57 


0.8 


Cecil 


12 


065 


11 


816 


249 


2 


1 


6,639 


6,515 




124 




9 


5,426 


5,301 


125 


2.3 


Charles 


14 


822 


14 


377 


445 


3 





8,970 


8,817 




153 


1. 


7 


5,852 


5,560 


292 


5.0 


Dorche s t er 


6 


384 


6 


195 


189 


3 





3,446 


3, 373 




1 J 


2. 


1 


2,938 


2,822 


116 


3. 9 


Frederick 


20 


811 


20,702 


109 





5 


11,646 


11,601 




45 


0. 


4 


9,165 


9,101 


64 


0.7 


Garre tt 


5, 


649 


5 


508 


141 


2 


5 


3,240 


3,153 




87 


2. 


7 


2,409 


2,355 


54 


2.2 


Harford 


31 


428 


30 


477 


951 


3. 





18,503 


17,930 




573 


3. 


1 


12,925 


12,547 


378 


2.9 


Ho wa X d 


19, 


150 


18 


928 


222 


1 


1 


11,057 


10 , 939 




118 


1. 


1 


8,093 


/ , yo7 


104 


1 . 3 


Kent 


3 


333 


3 


7 39 


94 


2 


5 


2,126 


2,068 




58 


2. 


7 


1,707 


1,671 


36 


2.1 


MontgotP-ery 


126 


029 


124 


096 


1,933 


1 


5 


67,660 


66,925 




735 


1. 


1 


58,369 


57,171 


1,198 


2.1 


Prince George's 


159 


ISO 


155 


072 


4,108 


2 


6 


94,311 


93,029 




1,282 


1. 


3 


64,869 


62,043 


2,826 


4.3 


Queen Anne' s 


4 


683 


4 


532 


156 


3 


3 


2,620 


2,527 




93 


3. 


5 


2,068 


2,005 


63 


3.0 


St. Mary's 


11 


474 


11 


036 


438 


3 


8 


7,152 


6,902 




250 


3. 


5 


4,322 


4,134 


188 


4.3 


Somerset 


~* 


476 


4 


276 


200 


4 


5 


2,597 


2,525 




72 


2. 


8 


1,879 


1,751 


128 


6.8 


Talbot 


4 


955 


4 


679 


276 


5 


6 


2,776 


2,634 




142 


5. 


1 


2,179 


2,045 


134 


6.1 


Washington 


23 


619 


23 


097 


522 


2 


2 


13,196 


12,886 




310 


2. 


3 


10,423 


10,211 


212 


2.0 


Wicomico 


14 


245 


13 


609 


636 


4 


5 


8,384 


8,050 




334 


4. 





5,861 


5,559 


302 


5.1 


Worcester 


6 


448 


6 


388 


60 


0. 


9 


3,535 


3,529 




6 


. 


2 


2,913 


2,359 


54 


1.9 



NOTE: Policy of promotion and nonpromotion varies in the different local units. 



Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1972 



TABLE 

35 



First Grade Enrollment 



Number and Percent Not Promoted 



Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


Percent 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


61 


588 


31 


817 


29,771 


"3 Oil 
J > 7 i / 


/. "7 
Z , 4 J / 


i , J 


6 


3 


7 


7 


/. Q 
H . 7 


Allegany 


1 


272 




662 


610 


41 


jU 


1 1 


3 


2 


4 


5 


1 . O 


Anne Arundel 


5 


293 


2 


749 


2,544 


284 


174 


110 


5 


4 


6 


3 


4. 3 


Baltimore City 


12 


024 


6 


256 


5,768 


1,392 


849 


543 


11 


6 


13 


6 


9.4 


Bal timore 


5 


474 


2 


877 


2 , 597 


1 

J LKJ 




Q 7 


5 


7 


7 


4 


1 


Calvert 




489 




250 


239 


6 1 




26 


12 


5 


14 





in Q 

iU , 7 


Caroline 




399 




214 


185 


LO 


1 1 
i i 


7 


4 


5 


5 


1 


7 ft 


Carroll 


1 


384 




698 


686 


81 


46 


35 


5 


9 


6 


6 


5. 1 


Cecil 


1 


080 




560 


520 


65 


43 


22 


6 





7 


7 


4.2 


Charles 


1 


360 




697 


663 


73 


52 


21 


5 


4 


7 


5 


3. 2 


Dorches ter 




507 




276 


231 


A S 
4 J 


7 


1 ft 


8 


9 


9 


8 


7 ft 


Frederick 


1 


6 36 




851 


785 


16 


8 


8 


1 








9 


1.0 


Garrett 




463 




244 


219 


18 


10 


8 


3 


9 


4 


1 


3.7 


Harford 


2 


677 




382 


1,295 


160 


101 


59 


6 





7 


3 


4.5 


Howard 


1 


497 




753 


744 


59 


39 


20 


3 


9 


5 


2 


2.7 


Kent 




276 




142 


134 


23 


14 


9 


8 


3 


9 


9 


6.7 


Montgomery 


6 


741 


3 


442 


3,299 


199 


127 


72 


2 


9 


3 


7 


2.2 


Prince George ' s 


13 


254 


6 


830 


6,424 


572 


360 


212 


4 


3 


5 


3 


3. 3 


Queen Anne' s 




415 




225 


190 


77 


42 


35 


18 


5 


18 


7 


18.4 


St. Mary's 


1 


104 




549 


555 


138 


94 


44 


12 


5 


17 


1 


7.9 


Somerset 




388 




193 


195 


25 


17 


8 


6 


4 


8 


8 


4. 1 


Talbot 




458 




240 


218 


107 


66 


41 


23 


4 


27 


5 


18.8 


•Washing ton 


1 


752 




885 


867 


40 


26 


14 


2 


3 


2 


9 


1.6 


Wicomico 


1 


160 




609 


551 


105 


71 


34 


9 


1 


11 


7 


6.2 


Worcester 




485 




233 


252 


3 


2 


1 





6 





9 


0.4 



NOTE: Policy of promotion and nonpromotion varies in the different units. 



TABLE 

36 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1961-62 -- 1971-72 



Year 


High School Graduates 


Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


1961-62 


26 


533 


13,015 


13,516 




28 


534 


14 


,299 


14, 235 


1963-64 


34 


271 


17 


,049 


17 , 222 


1964-65 


41 


331 


20 


,149 


21, 182 


1965-66 


^1, 


391 


20 


, 730 


ZU , DO L 


1966-67 


41 


084 


20 


,271 


20,813 


1967-68 


41 


631 


21 


,093 


21,538 


1968-69 


44 


583 


21 


,475 


23, 108 


1969-70 


46 


462 


22 


,593 


23, 869 


1970-71 


48 


219 


23 


, 152 


25,067 


1971-72 


50 


370 


24 


,052 


26, 318 






BY LOCAL UNIT -- 1971- 


72 




Allegany 


1 


277 




654 


623 


Anne Arundel 


3 


742 


1 


,776 


1,966 


Baltimore City 


7 


834 


3 


,464 


4,370 


Bal timore 


8 


820 


4 


,311 


4,509 


Calvert 




301 




129 


172 


Caroline 




318 




155 


163 


Carroll 




990 




489 


501 


Cecil 




735 




349 


386 


Charles 




645 




275 


370 


Dorchester 




395 




173 


222 




1 


261 




618 


643 


Garrett 




311 




155 


i JO 


Harford 


J- 


588 




805 


783 


Howard 


1 


002 




492 


510 


Kent 




208 




89 


119 


Mon tgomery 


9 


080 


4 


358 


4,722 


Prince George' s 


7 


844 


3 


763 


4,081 


Queen Anne' s 




271 




125 


146 


St. Mary's 




543 




263 


280 


Somerset 




270 




136 


134 


Talbot 




285 




144 


141 


Washington 


1 


498 




767 


731 


Wicomico 




761 




378 


383 


Worces ter 




391 




1S4 


20" 



TABLE 

37 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


English 


Socia 1 
Studies 


Science 


Mathe- 
matics 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


Other 
Foreign 
Lan- 
guages 


Agri- 
culture 


Total State 


402,916 


467,529 


416,710 


338,622 


357,138 


5,305 


63,921 


50,948 


'•<7,667 


6,125 


A 1 legany 


8,278 


11,474 


8,447 


6,992 


7,176 


264 


1,723 


695 


26 


65 


Anne Arundel 


33,175 


37,315 


34,419 


27,959 


26,619 


629 


4,310 


3,070 


583 


175 


Baltimore City 


77,084 


81,836 


68,934 


60,506 


64,141 


186 


13,430 


6,628 


1,751 




Bait Imore 


63,892 


73,010 


66,947 


53,216 


54,851 


164 


9,525 


11 ,055 


794 


150 


Ca Ivert 


2,663 


3,461 


2,500 


2,319 


2,386 


48 


485 






66 


Caroline 


2,441 


2,999 


2,705 


1,885 


1,655 


43 


526 


47 




42 


Carroll 


7,663 


9, 174 


7,754 


6,394 


6,915 


55 


609 


562 


354 


269 


Cecil 


5,729 


7,951 


5,018 


4,588 


4,549 


104 


375 


180 


86 


73 


Charles 


6 ,067 


6,664 


6,405 


5,366 


4,963 




711 


387 




577 


Dorchester 


3,024 


3,302 


3,389 


2,863 


2,596 


10 


382 


111 


- 


240 


Frederick 


9,445 


9,748 


10,422 


7,892 


7,525 


242 


922 


480 




604 


Garrett 


2 ,451 


2 , 725 


3,203 


1 ,939 


1 , 759 




371 






132 


Harford 


13 ,324 


14,431 


13,301 


11 ,450 


10,753 


178 


1 , 172 


964 


360 


367 


Howard 


8,223 


13,327 


9,001 


6,465 


7,138 


200 


1,934 


859 


102 


45 


Kent 


1 769 


2 338 


1581 


1 386 


1 431 


22 


340 


109 




154 


Montgomery 


59,453 


65,731 


58,514 


50,707 


51,566 


948 


13,620 


13,058 


1,843 


866 


Prince George's 


67,334 


83,807 


73,027 


56,533 


75,040 


1,417 


10,266 


10,371 


1,663 


710 


Queen Anne's 


2,142 


2,523 


2 ,320 


1,855 


1,787 




243 


200 




133 


St. Mary's 


4,587 


5,205 


4,701 


3,802 


3,699 


44 


306 


500 




181 


Somerset 


2,000 


2,773 


2,185 


1,754 


1,780 




285 






75 


Talbot 


2,257 


2,674 


2,251 


1,847 


1,667 


44 


221 


172 




55 


Washington. 


10,763 


15,367 


19,691 


13,140 


9,059 


373 


1,495 


744 


82 


953 


Wicomico 


6,113 


6,368 


6,759 


5,121 


5,552 


334 


390 


686 


23 


142 


Worcester 


3,039 


3,326 


3,236 


2,543 


2,531 




280 


70 




51 



*Includes 7,060 enrolled in German; 479 in Russian; 61 inHebrew, and 67 in Swahili. See "Foreign Language Enrollment..." table 
for local breakdown. 



TABLE 

37 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1971 





Industrial Education 




















Voca- 


Home 




Physical 










Local Unit 


Arts 


tional and 


Eco- 


Business 


and 




Art, 










Techn Lca 1 


nomics 


Education 


Health 


Music 


Arts and 


Driver 


Special 












Educat Ion 




Crafts 


Educat Ion 


Education 


Total State 


116 ,315 


/48 ,261 


102 ,919 


144,243 


325 ,238 


169,336 


142 , 948 


22 ,832 


21 , 770 


Allegany 


2,736 


469 


2,333 


2,747 


5,759 


5,186 


3 560 


1,062 


402 


Annp AthdHpI 


9,324 


3,211 


7,740 


12 ,941 


25 ,856 


14,719 


12 ,584 




1 875 


Baltimore City 


23,006 


14,870 


21 ,883 


35 , 181 


52 ,558 


32 , 909 


26 ,472 




7 299 


Ba 1 1 iroore 


19,098 


4,659 


17 , 188 


18,807 


61 , 901 


39,305 


34 , 804 


1 ,877 


1 ,647 


Ca Ivert 


892 


383 


607 


674 


2 ,336 


468 


542 


212 


27 


Caroline 


568 


229 


569 


1,148 


2,081 


1,032 


924 


440 


259 


Carro 1 1 


1,892 


1,251 


1 ,460 


2,539 


6 .086 


3 , 164 


2 ,214 


640 


251 


Cecil 


1,366 


564 


1 ,200 


1 ,673 


4,366 


1 ,304 


1 ,027 


231 


360 


Char les 


1,463 


542 


1 ,532 


1,988 


4,324 


1 ,473 


1 ,365 


443 


360 


Dorches ter 


550 


284 


791 


1 ,588 


2 ,084 


905 


782 


193 


132 


Frederick 


2,526 


1,673 


2,472 


4,113 


9,106 


4,920 


3,878 


1,076 


238 


Garrett 


629 


480 


590 


978 


2 ,069 


1 ,043 


777 


456 


57 


Harford 


3,347 


671 


2 ,896 


4,737 


9.552 


6,367 


4,235 


1,740 


542 


Howard 


2 , 141 


687 


1 ,677 


2 ,816 


4,844 


2 ,543 


2 ,269 


138 


792 


Kent 


356 


565 


450 


700 


l!629 


'552 


516 


152 


200 


Montgomery 


14,993 


7,516 


12,241 


13,863 


45,917 


16,342 


13.534 


6,312 


2,159 


Prince George's 


22,612 


5,441 


19,250 


24,428 


57,444 


20,628 


20,547 


5,120 


3,958 


Queen Anne ' s 


414 


1,573 


395 


1,167 


1,946 


826 


172 


309 


98 


St. Mary's 


1,004 


740 


1,177 


1,668 


3,079 


1,877 


1,103 


262 


334 


Somerset 


471 


165 


445 


940 


1.710 


514 


295 


5 


18 


Talbot 


506 


174 


411 


1,120 


1,739 


1,208 


682 


321 


57 


Washington 


3,481 


986 


3,098 


4,166 


9,763 


7,612 


5,287 


808 


521 


Wicomico 


2,089 


891 


1,622 


3,102 


6,279 


3,078 


3,568 


935 


184 


Worcester 


851 


237 


892 


1,159 


2.810 


1,361 


1,811 


100 





/Includes 47,153 enrolled in Vocational and 1 , 108 in Technical Education. See "Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical 
Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment..." table for local breakdown. 



TABLE 

38 



English Enrollment, Including EKiplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 
English 


Engl ish 


Journalism 


Reading 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Gra de 
12 


Vocational 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nation 


Developmental 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


I 


II 


Total State 


460, 


031 


75 


,164 


72 


796 


70,782 


61, 


705 


54 


,569 


45,620 


674 


1,174 


1,326 


2,871 


3,119 


2 


788 


15,509 


2,929 


Al legany 


1 1 , 


474 


1 


, 329 


1 


339 


1,654 


1. 


210 


1 


,168 


1,248 




226 


161 


157 


104 




42 


1,257 


856 


Anne Arundel 


37 , 


315 


6 


,269 


6 


942 


6,319 


^, 


729 


4 


,616 


3,522 


33 






352 


98 




130 


on A 

7U D 




Baltimore City 


81 , 


836 


1 5 


, 370 


13 


782 


12,527 


111 


890 


10 


,151 


8,189 




- 




361 


63 






4,436 




Bal timore 


7 3 , 


010 


1 1 


,028 


10 


645 


11,485 


10 , 


713 


10 


,079 


8,344 


- 


- 


- 


425 


310 






1,139 


- 


Calvert 


3, 


461 




419 




496 


564 




498 




494 


336 


- 


- 


- 








25 


616 


- 


Caroline 


2, 


999 




392 




392 


315 




482 




481 


335 


- 












96 


351 


155 


Carroll 


■5, 


174 


1 


,293 


1 


493 


1,347 


1 , 


281 


1 


,033 


847 




loo 




72 


135 




913 






Cecil 


7, 


951 


1 


, 100 


1 


041 


1,063 




538 




624 


277 


23 


91 


161 


69 






843 


609 


247 


Charles 


6, 


664 


I 


,239 


1 


368 


1,183 


1, 


002 




722 


656 


- 


34 


- 








20 


235 


44 


Dorches ter 


3, 


302 




463 




556 


567 




448 




449 


368 


36 


- 


- 


23 


11 




24 


160 


- 


Frederick 


9, 


748 


1 


,812 


1 


659 


1,815 


1, 


620 


1 


,035 


906 






20 








63 


46 


170 


Garrett 


2, 


725 




441 




444 


437 




432 




356 


325 




32 




47 


- 




37 


68 


41 


Harford 




431 


2 


,633 


2 


552 


2,471 


2, 


006 


1 


,779 


1 ,661 




113 


50 


103 


131 










Howard 


13, 


327 


1 


,445 




933 


1,071 




976 


1,063 


988 


50 


46 




98 






166 


1,603 


413 


Kent 


2, 


338 




309 




343 


319 




262 




232 


239 








15 








228 


346 


Montgomery 


65, 


731 


10 


,254 


9 


660 


9,844 


9, 


777 


9 


,016 


8,228 


89 


30 


240 


338 


101 




80 


1,466 


98 


Prince George's 


76, 


309 


12 


,214 


12 


614 


12,281 


8, 


674 


7 


,031 


5,526 


399 






526 


1,382 




245 


1,185 


68 


Queen Anne ' s 


2, 


523 




557 




354 


364 




307 




346 


274 










100 






18 




St. Mary's 


5, 


205 




837 




870 


789 




748 




699 


494 








44 


23 






317 




Somerset 


2, 


773 




384 




351 


368 




407 




419 


285 








41 








17 




Talbot 


2, 


674 




718 




403 


411 




388 




341 


154 


17 




138 


28 






18 


25 




Washington 


15, 


367 


2 


,966 


2 


776 


1,987 


1, 


845 


1 


,421 


1,374 




375 


445 


114 


609 




62 


677 




Wicomico 


6, 


368 


1 


,154 


1 


224 


1,060 




983 




768 


762 


27 


109 




30 


26 










Worcester 


3, 


326 




538 




559 


541 




489 




246 


282 




18 


24 


28 


26 




24 




27 



NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units, indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized 
variations of standard electives. 



TABLE 

38 



English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Reading 


Speech 


Dramatics 


Creative 
Writing 


Ex- 
pository 
Writing 


Advanced 


Engl ish 


Other 
English 


Remedial 


Cor- 
rective 


Ad- 
vanced 


Public 
Speaking 


Ther- 
apy 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nat ion 


Compo- 
sition 

and 
Graoser 


Litera- 
ture 


I 


II 


Un- 
graded 


I 


II 


Total State 


4,262 


581 


■ 2,780 


5,315 


537 


4 


,730 


364 




4 , y J2 


i , I j4 




3,167 


2,158 


5,630 


6,115 


5,061 


Allegany 


249 




7 


- 


16 




27 


- 


- 


40 


- 


69 






o 
O 




o 


Anne Arundel 


306 


- 


246 


225 


63 




502 


198 


- 


425 


44 


77 


395 


355 




_ 


99 


Baltlaore City 


2,14S 






1,095 


- 




99 




- 


358 


127 


- 


232 


- 


- 


- 


508 


Baltimore 






145 


2,623 


46 




639 


47 


- 


976 


368 


- 


- 


- 


399 


753 


2,846 


Calvert 










1 3 






_ 










- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 








- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 












Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


34 


20 


80 


72 


_ 


22 


75 


120 


Cecil 






- 


- 


- 




54 


59 


- 


146 


- 


67 


260 


- 


142 


449 


88 


Charles 


39 


10 




- 


- 




13 


44 


- 


- 


- 


33 


- 


- 


22 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


161 




10 


14 








_ 










- 


- 


12 


- 


- 


Frederick 


33 


- 


31 


- 


- 




50 




- 


224 


54 


82 


26 






L 1 




Garrett 








- 


11 




10 




- 


16 


- 


- 


18 






10 


_ 


Harford 


78 




45 


125 






308 


45 


- 


157 


47 




32 


- 


44 


51 


- 


Howard 


162 


34 


1,026 


223 


130 




79 






284 


23 


126 


765 


798 


- 


80 


745 


Kent 














22 










23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


236 


31 


352 


100 


93 


1 


,496 


311 




651 


216 


297 


292 


196 


627 


1,043 


514 


Prince George's 


426 


211 


91S 


750 


170 


1 


,179 


151 


512 


921 


164 


135 


744 


590 


3,888 


3,307 


68 


Queen Anne ' s 


51 


12 




12 
















16 




100 


12 






St. Mary's 


41 






5 






23 






130 


91 


57 








32 




Somerset 


231 


233 






16 










21 
















Talbot 
























33 












Washington 


42 






59 


24 




127 






49 






19 


55 


243 


29 


64 


Wicomico 


9 






54 






20 


9 








46 


14 




63 


10 




Worcester 
























16 








2i9 





TABLE 

39 



Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



- 

Locs 1 Unit 


Tota 1 

O LU U J. c o 


History 


Geography 


Social Studies 


Grade 
8 or 9 


History 


Grade 
7 


Gr3d6 
8 


G rsds 
9 


Grade 
7 


8 


G rsdG 
9 


Gra de 
7 


G rsde 
8 


Grsde 
9 


Comb 1 ~ 
nation 


World 


Un i 1 8 d 
states 


Medieval 


Total State 


409,053 


19,905 


31,478 


2,937 


35,478 


11,307 


4,119 


20,114 


26,470 


26,917 


1,929 


16,505 


41,242 


75,595 


423 


Allegany 


8,447 


314 


1,222 


57 


_ 


92 


7 39 


1,128 


187 


508 


- 


_ 


1,274 


1,318 


- 


Anne Arundel 


34,419 


257 


6,163 


47 


5,842 


170 


21 


591 


103 


- 


63 


6,179 


3,329 


5,519 


- 


Baltimore City 


68,934 


- 


13,415 


- 


14,277 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,512 


10,435 




Bal timore 


66,947 












41 


11,187 


10,819 


1 1 , 043 




- 


iU , / Do 


iU , JOZ 




Calvert 


2,500 


451 


I 


_ 


_ 


27 








488 


27 


382 




396 




Carol ine 


2,705 


- 


466 


- 


377 


- 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


328 


395 


396 


- 


Carroll 


7,754 


1,071 


380 


- 


- 


336 


- 


254 


330 


1,423 


26 


- 


582 


1,541 


79 


Cecil 


5,018 


87 


890 


- 


920 


- 


32 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,002 


743 


857 




Charles 


6,405 


1 ,064 






63 




34 


19 






93 


1,241 


1 7 £. 7 
i , / D / 


1 n7 R 


1 7 


Dorchester 


3,389 




599 




171 


_ 




293 


_ 


53 


136 


499 


263 


492 




Frederick 


10,422 


_ 


. 


422 


134 


178 


- 


2,025 


1,486 


602 


581 


34 


674 


1,379 


34 


Garrett 


3,203 




178 


- 


151 


- 




240 


297 




13 


1,142 


422 


331 


- 


Harford 


13,301 


1 , O 1 1 






127 




1 , 494 


986 


857 


502 


32 


671 


1 , 606 


1 937 




Howard 


9,001 


353 


75 


32 


93 


30 


1,061 


944 


6 34 




139 


289 


1,651 


1,465 




Von 


1,581 














316 


310 






320 


266 


226 




Montgomery 


58,514 


589 


495 


369 


9,106 


9,751 


114 


358 


156 


193 


225 


44 


1,172 


20,356 


85 


Prince George's 


65,027 


12,076 


2,828 


249 


301 


81 






9,545 


10,550 


221 


1,548 


1,439 


10,284 


149 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,320 


73 


264 




171 


84 




53 


315 




17 


253 


2 38 


396 




St. Mary's 


4,701 


1,071 




780 


19 












32 


853 


567 


717 




Somerset 


2,185 




161 




178 






205 


190 






329 


301 


302 




Talbot 


2,251 


414 








27 


428 










341 


388 


340 




Washington 


19,691 


105 


2,714 


932 


3,079 




72 


381 


212 


1,195 






147 


3,877 




Wicomico 


6,759 


169 


725 


49 


469 


31 


29 


498 


463 




324 


1,050 


406 


1,168 




Worcester 


3,236 














6 36 


566 


360 






334 


426 





TABLE 

39 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


History 


1 Geography 


History 


Problems 
or zutn 
Century 


Cultural 
Anthro - 
pology 


Contem- 
porary 
Affairs 


Econo- 
mics 


Sociol- 
ogy 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Psychology 
Sociology 


Inter- 
na tiona I 
Relations 


Other 
Social 
Studies 


Modem 


Euro- 
pean 


Afro 
Ameri- 
can 


Econo- 
mics 


Senior 

High 
School 


and 
Geography 
Special 
Areas 


Total State 


5 ,340 


1 , 164 


6,369 


1,237 


7 ,433 


5,493 


23,753 


1,882 


11,842 


2,392 


4,225 


8,567 


2,327 


2,616 


9.994 


A 1 1 egany 


- 


- 


- 


62 


- 




446 




330 


110 




577 




17 




Anne Arundel 


15 


102 


354 


39 


580 


170 


2,220 


210 


46 


*440 


592 


1,143 


- 


125 


99 


Baltimore City 


- 


52 


1,758 


770 


2,299 


904 


2,885 


- 


1,454 


168 


521 


- 


660 


- 


6,824 


Baltimore 


650 




37 


- 


1,810 


- 


7,952 


- 


1,870 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


351 


Calvert 






270 






- 


170 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 


- 


234 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


76 




259 


27 




46 




234 


23 




24 


Carroll 


25 


- 


150 


34 


- 


10 


338 


90 


- 


63 


235 


287 




- 




Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


194 


- 


- 


13 


- 


- 


280 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 




- 




224 


23 


293 


102 


24 


62 


53 


19 


232 


- 


- 


Dorchester 




49 




86 




130 


242 


31 


- 


- 


46 


43 


181 


68 


7 


Freder iclc 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


963 


24 


OIL 






A 1 


ftA 
OH 


I J / 


I/O 


Q "5 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


3 


208 






99 




76 






26 


Harford 


244 


19 


138 




52 


8 


830 


- 


- 


*37 


522 


491 


- 


18 


16 


Howard 






155 


_ 


560 


117 


59 


64 


- 


- 


150 


356 


- 


43 


731 


Kent 












~ 


69 


19 




- 


26 


29 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


4,406 


333 


127 


142 


766 


355 


3,016 


783 


1,433 


*780 


1,515 


964 


475 


14 


392 


Prince George's 




591 


3,380 


40 


876 


2,481 


2,162 


27 


2,498 


*156 


328 


2,934 


254 


172 


200 


Queen Anne ' s 




18 










190 


36 


107 






105 








St. Mary's 










16 




559 


87 
















Somerset 








26 




51 


197 






100 


43 


90 






12 


Talbot 














241 








27 


45 








Washington 








21 


159 




253 


29 


3,593 


151 


126 


592 


85 


1,630 


338 


Wicomico 














733 




27 


139 




304 




147 


28 


Worcester 










15 


278 


213 


153 


71 


*28 




139 






17 



*Includes the following taking Economics and Sociology: Anne Arundel, 31; Howard, 22; Montgomery, 231; Prince George's, 13; Worcester, 28; Total, 325. 



TABLE 

40 



Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 
Science 


General Science 


Science- 
Vocational 


Life 
Science , 
Junior 
High 


Physical 
Science 


Earth 
Science 


Local 
Variations 
of General 

App 1 1 € ci 

Q ^ 1 ^> n (~ o 


R 1 n 1 CiOM 
Li J. Kj i. \j p. y 


Advanced 
Biology 


Grade 


Grade 

g 


Grade 

g 


Combi- 
nation 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


338,622 


47 , 466 


/■A ft A Q 


"^Q 1 1 ^ 

J 7 , i i J 




781 


25,687 


ZD, UUU 




28,851 


427 


45,163 


3,698 


Allegany 


6,992 


90 


116 


98 


27 


40 


1,447 


1,180 


409 


1,092 


23 


810 


211 


Anne Arundel 


27,959 






67 


532 




6, 131 


5,679 


813 


5,324 


85 


4,223 


172 


Baltimore City 


60, 506 


ill Z 


1 non 

i J , 


1 Z , UO J 








Z , U 7 / 


7 AH 
/ DU 






12,731 


256 


Bal timore 


53,316 




1 1 1 A/i 
1 i , i 


iU , U 3Z 




532 








190 




4,793 


339 


Calvert 


2,319 






ou 






767 


/, 9 1 
^Z i 




418 


- 


271 


46 


Caroline 


1,885 


364 


465 


370 


_ 






_ 


109 






265 




Carroll 


6,394 






987 


68 


52 


1,348 


33 


350 


1 ,450 




348 


223 


Cecil 


4,588 


DO 7 


/ uy 


'K 1 ft 






345 


JO 


/U 


920 




143 




Charles 


5,366 


1 , 300 


1,127 


768 










Sft 7 

JO/ 


91 




709 


36 


Dorchester 


2,863 




9 H 


J J J 




- 


312 


A A 9 
hhZ 


7n 




- 


312 




Frederick 


7 ,892 


647 


419 


434 




10 


1 ,003 


1,058 


464 


1 , 320 




637 


105 


Garrett 


1,939 


441 


435 


265 




26 






11 


160 




423 


40 


Harford 


11,450 


1,094 


1,206 




206 


26 


1 , 525 


1,290 


139 


2 ,470 


120 


2,165 


16 


Howard 


6,465 


111 


529 


28 


700 




559 


346 


338 


701 




343 


155 


Kent 


1 QQ 
i , JOD 


308 


320 












18 


312 




274 


1 7 


Montgomery 


50,707 


7,990 


8,358 


9,233 


149 


30 


2,523 


712 


1,097 


3,174 


125 


5,574 


1,390 


Prince George's 


56,533 


3,255 


2,789 


2,519 


24 




8,594 


10,416 


2,322 


9,476 




6,313 


433 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,855 


229 


550 


221 






86 




29 


117 


30 


172 


64 


St. Mary's 


3,802 


901 


882 


401 


103 








415 


48 






21 


Somerset 


1,754 


351 


383 


368 


20 








127 






180 




Talbot 


1,847 


414 


367 


189 










23 


223 


44 


213 


26 


Washington 


13,140 


2,707 


2,569 








398 


381 


2,244 


197 




3,226 


114 


Wicomico 


5,121 


112 


553 


34 






649 


755 


266 


1,109 




591 


10 


Worcester 


2,543 


566 


555 


67 




65 




134 


306 


59 




447 


24 



NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer 
specialized variations of standard electives. 



TABLE 

40 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 





Biological 










Chemical 






Physical 






Sciences 


Botany , 






Chemical 


Education 






Science 




Local Unit 


Curriculum 


Horticul- 


Chemistry 


Advanced 


Bond 


Materials 


Physics 


Advanced 


Study 


Other 




Study 


ture, and 


Chemistry 


Approach 


Study 


Physics 


Comnittee 


Science 




(BSCS) 


Zoology 






(CBA) 


(CHEMS) 






(PSSC) 




Total State 


22 , 795 


1,413 


20 ,014 




b J 




6 ,200 


108 






Allegany 


590 


- 


447 


125 


- 


- 


108 




38 


141 


Anne Arvindel 


1,518 


725 


1 , 805 












80 


1 JO 


Baltimore City 






3 , 314 


243 






1 447 




■ 


1 /I c 


Baltimore 


5,789 


loo 


3 ,482 


by 




931 






826 


J , D /U 


Calvert 


153 




1 /. T 
1^ / 








1 £ 
10 








Caroline 


176 


- 


99 


- 


- 




26 


- 


11 




Carroll 


962 










1 o c 


Q/. 








Cecil 


1C 1 

/b 1 




10 






'ill. 
1 14 


22 1 




91 




Charles 


A O /. 










1 OA 

1 j4 






1 J 




Dorchester 








10/. 






J J 








Frederick 


1,015 


- 


359 


17 


- 


235 


68 


- 


101 


- 


Garrett 






103 








35 








narroru 


J L 




7QQ 


1 Q 




■ 


O A O 




^ / 




Howard 


Q c: c; 




1 /4 




63 


160 


129 




33 


bZ!> 


Kent 




- 


53 


_ 




21 


13 


_ 




50 


Montgomery 


3,620 


323 


3,371 


184 




1,125 


713 


17 


999 




Prince George's 


5,061 


71 


3,730 


159 




75 


934 


18 


127 


217 


Queen Anne ' s 


186 




29 


20 




78 


44 








St. Mary's 


751 




211 


9 






26 




34 




Somerset 


89 




171 








65 








Talbot 


137 




74 


6 






78 




25 


28 


Washington 


154 




806 


20 




63 


240 


21 






Wicomico 


415 




242 


24 






224 




13 


124 


Worcester 


76 


61 


124 


16 






30 




13 





TABLE 

41 



Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Lo c 3 1 Uni t 


Total 
Mathe- 
matics 


General Mathematics 


Universi ty 
of Maryland 
Mathematics 
Project 
(UMMaP) 


School 
Mathematics 
Study Group 

(SMSG) 


Mathe- 
matics 
Voca- 
tional 


Algebra 


Junior High 


Senior Hig 


h 


Elementary 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


X 




Combi 
nation 


Grade 
7 


Grade 


Grades 
7 to 9 


T H P ^ 
u J> d >-i c o 

10 to 12 


Grade 

8 


Grade 

9 

or higher 


Total State 


337,004 


67,036 


59,300 


32,741 


14,295 


6,164 


2,568 


5,766 


4,789 


324 


1,192 


2,668 


6,515 


41,563 


Al legany 


7,176 


1,215 


1 , 316 


836 


330 


197 


115 


* 








Lj J 


295 


608 


Anne Arundel 


26,619 


6,335 


5,621 


3, 329 


751 


638 


222 


25 










694 


2,613 


Baltimore City 


64,141 


14,460 


12,952 


7 , 266 


3,992 


- 




■ 








y y J 




7,851 


Bal timore 


54,851 


10,770 


8,948 


5,824 


544 


1,256 


_ 








801 


/. Q 


1,754 


6 ,796 


Calvert 


2,386 


498 


443 


456 


263 




47 














219 


Carol ine 


1 t ^ 
1 , DD J 


392 


399 


165 


185 


- 


- 


■ 






25 




- 


169 


Carrol 1 


6,915 


1,472 


1 , 307 


427 


491 


241 


126 




135 


28 




1 TO 


140 


744 


Cec i 1 


4 , 549 


973 


1,113 


552 


465 


206 


19 














496 


Charles 


4 , 90 J 


1,067 


884 


153 


810 


388 


_ 


I 


_ 


_ 


_ 




122 


428 


Dorchester 


2,596 


512 


487 


575 


107 


116 


29 




102 




29 


- 




225 


Frederick 


7,525 


1,580 


1,532 


606 


315 


123 


1 fi 


141 


127 








53 


840 


Garre tt 


1 "7 Q 

i , / jy 


435 


426 


233 






64 










9 1 


22 


210 


Harford 


10 , 753 


2,532 


2,298 


1,308 


249 




110 






20 




Afl 

DU 


206 


1,190 


Howard 


7,138 


1,308 


830 


308 


416 


376 


566 












158 


1,107 


Kent 


1,431 


294 


346 


210 


164 


61 




17 












130 


Montgomery 


51,566 


5,362 


4,529 


3,118 


1,927 


69 


9 


4,758 


4,402 


129 


33 


164 


719 


7,630 


Prince George's 


54,906 


12,027 


11,002 


5,228 


1,823 


948 


666 


479 


23 


147 


29 


213 


1,459 


7,936 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,787 


461 


228 


267 


142 




16 










84 


71 


97 


St. Mary's 


3,699 


1,002 


763 




130 


246 


232 


28 










118 


274 


Somerset 


1,780 


378 


385 


253 


167 


54 


28 














143 


Talbot 


1,667 


415 


368 


286 


114 


17 
















180 


Washington 


9,059 


1,918 


1,620 


469 


525 


829 


37 


102 






111 


34 


481 


901 


Wicomico 


5,552 


1,068 


1,018 


557 


183 


399 




180 






164 




153 


524 


Worcester 


2,531 


568 


485 


315 


202 






36 










70 


252 



TABLE 

41 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Algebra 


Algebra 
and 
Trig- 
onometry 


Geometry 


Trigonometry 


and 


Calculus 


Ana lyt ic 
G eome t ry 

and 
Calculus 


Advanced 
Mathe- 
matics 


Applied 
Mathe- 
matics 
( con- 
sumer) 


Other 
Mathe- 
matics 


Inter- 
mediate 


Ad- 
vanced 


Combi- 
nation 


Plane 


Plane 

and 
Solid 


oolia 
Geometry 


Ana lyt ic 
Geometry 


Probabil- 
ity and 
Statistics 




23,172 


4,566 


1,373 


8 038 


10,042 


19,641 


247 


4,761 


D J / 


1 390 




4 166 


7 SQn 


^ Qi n 


Allegany 


517 


53 




231 


248 


299 


18 


71 


24 


29 




219 


402 






1 ,826 


38 


171 


561 


319 


2 ,484 


82 


107 




63 




251 


67 


422 




3,116 






669 


3,963 






348 




235 


125 


828 


4 390 


2 953 


Da i. U J.UHJ L C 


6,038 


1,149 




81 




3,868 




2,814 


288 


260 






1 240 


1 925 


Ca Ivert 


330 


- 


- 




22 


22 


- 


41 








14 


31 




Caroline 








80 




150 






39 




- 


51 




- 


Carroll 


315 


50 


135 


172 


88 


556 








38 




270 


41 




Ceci 1 


56 


25 


29 


196 


91 


235 












93 






Char 1 es 


448 


194 


97 




135 


124 


- 


51 






21 


41 






Dorchester 


162 


- 


- 


49 


108 


41 


- 


" 








14 




40 


Frederick 


361 


78 




181 


319 


395 




69 


59 


- 


25 


55 


72 


- 


Garret t 


78 










143 


16 










31 


80 




Harf nrd 


1,055 


454 


- 


292 


- 


637 




26 




23 




63 


230 




i ILJ W u 1. U 


429 


176 


31 


31 


237 


309 




204 


19 


37 




130 


55 


411 


Kent 








62 




100 










- 


47 






Montgomery 


4,985 


1,780 


24 


2,676 


1,771 


5,595 


62 


130 


59 


317 


87 


725 


506 




Prince George's 


1,931 


363 


611 


1,957 


1,910 


3,860 


26 


760 


73 


64 


141 


1,128 


75 


33 


Queen Anne ' s 


116 








122 




34 








129 


20 






St. Mary's 


267 




247 


46 




177 








20 






149 




Somerset 


61 






131 


115 






35 








30 






Talbot 


75 






24 




92 








2 




21 


73 




Washington 


460 


176 


28 


360 


535 


13 






76 


302 


22 


5 


55 




Wicomico 


468 


30 




162 


59 


286 


9 


99 








67 




126 ' 


Worcester 


78 






77 




255 




6 








63 


124 





TABLE 

42 



Foreign Language Enrollments, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Latin 


French 


Total 


I 


1 1 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


I 


1 1 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Total State 


5,305 


2,175 


1,318 


759 


665 


388 


63,921 


9,032 


365 


10,110 


967 


12,414 


15,616 


10,200 


3,542 


865 


810 


Allegany 


264 


148 


90 


26 


- 


- 


1,723 


319 




162 


118 


454 


405 


195 


70 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


629 


291 


74 


100 


*137 


27 


4,310 


- 


- 


717 


- 


1,469 


1,076 


791 


141 




116 


Baltimore City 


186 


69 


91 




26 




13,430 


2,714 




2,879 


198 


2, 349 


3,265 


1,549 


437 


39 




Bal timore 


164 


69 


44 


- 




51 


9,525 




52 


1,663 


56 


1,743 


2,855 


1,949 


795 


/382 


30 


Calvert 


48 


26 


12 


- 


- 


10 


485 


100 




96 




183 


76 


23 


7 


- 


- 


Carol ine 


43 


20 


23 


- 


- 


- 


526 


120 


_ 


120 


_ 


133 


100 


53 


- 


- 


- 


Carrol 1 


55 


36 


19 






■ 


609 


- 


- 


29 


24 


172 


219 


128 


25 


12 




Ceci 1 


104 








■•U04 




375 










167 


152 


56 








Charles 




- 


- 


- 




- 


711 




87 






295 


237 


84 


8 


- 


- 


Dorches ter 


10 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


382 










169 


45 


136 


32 


- 


- 


Frederick 


242 


142 


70 


* 


18 


12 


922 




133 






295 


298 


138 


31 




27 


Garre tt 














371 






111 




167 


79 


14 




: 




Harford 


178 


88 


63 


27 






1,172 






89 




331 


358 


242 


103 


11 


38 


Howard 


200 


137 








63 


1,934 


492 




349 




183 


363 


218 


66 




263 


Kent 


22 


15 


7 








340 


65 




58 




82 


74 


47 


14 






Montgomery 


948 


345 


331 


76 


*86 


110 


13,620 


2,377 


52 


1,969 


222 


1,670 


3,069 


2,573 


1,278 


326 


84 


Prince George ' s 


1,417 


318 


262 


502 


vc26 3 


72 


10,266 


2,327 


41 


1,527 


175 


1,727 


2,302 


1,539 


390 


75 


163 


Queen Anne ' s 














243 










98 


52 


65 


28 






St. Mary's 


44 


32 


12 








306 


38 




25 




121 


80 


11 


10 




21 


Somerset 














285 










117 


80 


59 


29 






Talbot 


44 


23 


20 


1 






221 










91 


74 


36 


20 






Washington 


373 


208 


110 




*31 


24 


1,495 


480 




229 


174 


207 


201 


147 


15 




42 


Wicomico 


334 


198 


90 


27 




19 


390 






87 




70 


79 


112 


22 


6 


14 


Worcester 














280 










121 


77 


35 


21 


14 


12 



*Includes the following taking Latin V: Anne Arundel, 137; Cecil, 104; Montgomery, 38; Prince George's, 9; Washington, 19. 
/Includes 27 taking French Level VI. 



TABLE 

42 



Foreign Language Enrollments, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Spanish 


Genoan 


Russian 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 5 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Total 


I 


II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Total State 


50,948 


5,053 


20 


5,636 


696 


17,637 


13,529 


5,754 


1,316 


237 


1,020 


7,060 


3,791 


1,843 


741 


685 


607 


227 


380 


Allegany 


695 


16S 


- 


165 


35 




i 1 7 




C 
J 






zo 
















Anne Arundel 


3 , 070 


- 


- 


381 


- 


1 , 485 


676 


324 








^ D "J 


■J/. 1 


zUU 


An 










Baltimore City 


6 ,628 


1 , 306 




1 , 349 


175 


1 , 07 / 




J lb 










"7 1 

/ ID 


/. IJT 
tfO / 


ZOD 




17 1 
i / 1 


OA 




Baltimore 


11,055 




_ 


1,784 




3,273 


3,302 


1.773 


694 


229 


_ 


451 


212 


112 


64 


363 


343 


158 


C185 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 




- 


- 


- 


- 


ji 


Q 
O 


Q 

o 
























Carroll 


JO Z 


- 


- 


27 


- 




1 AH 

100 












■> =1 




OA 










Cecil 


180 










88 


72 


20 








86 


37 


49 












Charles 


387 










244 


131 




12 


_ 


_ 








_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Dorches ter 


111 




_ 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


111 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


450 


- 


- 


- 


- 




LD / 


45 


L 1 




r\ 
i\J 


















Garrett 








































Harford 


964 








40 


491 


282 


104 


11 


- 


20 


360 


164 


91 


60 


25 


- 


_ 


- 


Howard 


859 










356 


258 


51 


8 




186 


S6 


75 






?^11 


16 


16 




Kent 


109 










109 




























Montgomery- 


13,058 


1,942 


20 


1,121 


379 


4,289 


3,602 


1,232 


llh 




249 


1,601 


938 


396 


211 


^256 


42 


17 


d25 


Prince George's 


10,371 


1,554 




610 


67 


4,121 


2,404 


1,299 


145 


S 


163 


1,628 


1,004 


382 


77 


?fl65 


35 


12 


d23 


Queen Anne ' s 


200 










49 


122 


IS 


11 






















St. Mary's 


500 


83 




65 




165 


140 


19 


4 




24 


















Somerset 








































Talbot 


172 






9 




112 


51 


























Washington 


744 






19 




295 


266 


85 


20 




59 


82 


35 


21 




5^26 








Wicomico 


686 






86 




172 


237 


168 


23 






23 


23 














Worcester 


70 






70 

































^Includes the following taking German Combination: Allegany, 26; Howard, 11; Montgomery, 250; Prince George's, 165: Washington, 9. 
aincludes the following taking German V: Baltimore City, 32; Baltimore, 22. 
bincludes the following: Hebrew I, 29; Hebrew II, 32; Swahili, 67. 
cincludes the following: Russian III, 38; Russian IV, 5; Russian V, 14. 

dincludes the following taking Russian Combination: Montgomery, 25; Prince George's, 17. 



TABLE 

43 



Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 
Agricul- 
ture 


General 
Agricul ture 


Orna- 
mental 
Horti- 
culture 


Other 
Agricul- 
ture 


Vocational Agriculture 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 




I I 


III 


IV 


I & II 
Comb 1 — 
nation 


III & IV 
Comb 1 ~ 
nation 


Floricul ture 
Horticul ture 


Other 
Comb 1 " 
nation 




6,125 


439 


114 


67 


100 


1 , 501 


543 


144 


232 


1,871 


45 


58 


1,011 


Al legany 


65 






- 


- 


47 








18 








Anne Arundel 


175 


I 




- 


- 




I 


10 


I 


116 


I 


I 


49 


Baltimore City 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Bal timore 


150 






31 


30 


24 


29 


2 3 










1 "3 
i D 


Ca 1 ve r t 


66 










66 
















Carol ine 


42 






- 


- 






25 


17 










Carroll 


269 




I 


- 


- 


63 


27 






150 




_ 


29 


Cecil 


73 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 


21 


- 


14 


Charles 


577 


- 


- 


- 


25 


15 


- 






497 






40 




240 










86 


25 






29 






100 


Frederick 


604 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


222 


57 


19 


37 


103 


_ 




166 


Garrett 


132 






- 


- 


30 






4 


20 






78 


Harford 


367 




27 


- 


- 


63 


53 


57 


64 


74 






29 


Howard 


45 










12 








33 








Kent 


154 












20 




45 


33 






56 


Montgomery 


866 


101 


87 


16 


35 


106 


39 




24 


297 




58 


103 


Prince George's 


710 


338 








44 


80 






199 


24 




25 


Queen Anne ' s 


133 










133 
















St. Mary's 


ISl 










103 








36 






42 


Somerset 


75 










75 
















Talbot 


55 










25 




10 


20 










Washington 


953 






20 




373 


213 




14 


105 






228 


Wicomico 


142 


















103 






39 


Worcester 


51 










14 






7 


30 









TABLE 

44 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 
Home 
Economics 




General Home Economics 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Combination 


Senior 
Program 


Other 


Total State 


102,919 


20,272 


27,806 


15,739 


2,386 


1,160 


717 


5,122 


2,805 


60 


Allegany 


2,333 


416 


697 


123 


- 






74 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


7,740 


997 


2,323 


1,260 


135 


85 


66 


219 


111 




Baltimore City 


21,883 


5,518 


6,091 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


17,188 


422 


5 ,398 


5,368 








119 




60 


Ca Ivert 


607 


233 




43 








243 


10 




Caroline 


569 


91 


153 


153 


49 


- 


- 


123 


- 




Carroll 


1,460 


266 


347 


78 


35 






- 


176 




Cecil 


1,200 


305 


270 


99 


13 




38 


30 


- 


- 


Charles 


1,532 


366 


559 


189 


224 


52 


44 




66 




Dorchester 


791 


219 


351 


21 


32 


21 


36 


6 


90 




Frederick 


2,472 


615 


694 


400 


16 


40 


13 


467 


169 




Garrett 


590 


141 


53 


106 


23 


12 


14 


20 


- 


- 


Harford 


2 ,896 


799 


779 


527 


88 


85 


95 


209 


262 




Howard 


1,677 


513 


425 


177 


80 


8 




224 


129 




Kent 


450 


44 


42 


160 


43 


63 




98 






Montgomery 


12,241 


2,258 


2,009 


2,403 


565 


332 


69 


1,595 


1,184 




Prince George's 


19,250 


4,981 


5,570 


3,721 


707 


353 


144 


451 


357 




Queen Anne ' s 


395 


95 


93 










43 






St. Mary's 


1,177 


317 


286 


100 


44 


11 


43 


376 






Somerset 


445 


25 


114 


60 


13 


36 


79 








Talbot 


411 


101 


82 










165 






Washington 


3,098 


823 


811 


351 


135 


7 


38 


390 


159 




Wicomico 


1,622 


469 


405 


349 


175 


44 


21 


61 


20 




Worcester 


892 


258 


254 


51 


9 


11 


17 


209 


72 





TABLE 

44 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Vocational Home Economics 



Local Unit 


I 


T T 

1 1 


T TT 
i i i 


1 V 


Combination 


Clothing 
Management , 
Production, 
and Services 


Food 
Management , 
Production, 
snd SsrvxcGS 


Care and 
Guidance 
of Children 


Marriage 
and the 
Family 


Other 


Total State 


4,500 


3,003 


1,522 


1,105 


2,465 


3,671 


4,107 


2,153 


3,339 


987 


Allegany 


379 


104 


134 


84 


250 


- 


72 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


666 


782 


389 


73 


481 




130 


23 




- 


Baltimore City 


9 ATI 








1 9 ^ Q 


1 9 Q Q 


1 PtOt^ 
L , KJZO 


JJ / 


L , / yj 


544 


Baltimore 












2,159 


2,081 




1,138 


443 


Ca Ivert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


46 


32 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


186 


48 


- 


- 


86 


19 


- 


219 


- 


- 


Cecil 


200 


4^ 


68 


93 


42 












Charles 












_ 


_ 


32 


_ 


_ 


Dorchester 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


- 








- 


- 


- 


58 


- 


- 


Garret t 




23 


118 


80 














Harford 






24 










28 






Howard 














108 


13 






Kent 






















Montgomery 




87 


42 


25 


40 


31 


210 


1,209 


182 




Prince George's 


153 


738 


459 


684 


298 


173 


197 


134 


130 




Queen Anne ' s 


25 


30 


57 


43 


9 












St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






118 
















Talbot 


29 


10 


9 


15 














Washington 


31 












237 


22 


94 




Wicomico 




15 


29 


8 








26 






Worcester 




11 



















TABLE 

45 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Lo c3 1 Un i t 


Tota 1 
Industrial 

Arts 
Educat ion 


General Industrial Arts 


Drawing 


General Woodwork 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Comb 1 - 
Ti£i t i.on 


Mechanical 


Other 


I 


II 


III 


Comb i - 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


116,315 


17,987 


24,390 


18,473 


1,862 


500 


912 


3,080 


4,492 


1,055 


488 


8,091 


1,664 


8,074 


3,179 


658 


1,021 


Allegany 


2,736 


544 


792 


598 


200 


57 


104 


88 




27 


12 


112 


16 


7 


13 


36 


- 


Anne Arundel 


9,324 


1,370 


2,964 


1,676 


348 


134 


83 


- 


168 


66 


70 


117 


78 


407 


154 


86 


226 


Baltimore City 


23,006 


1,900 


1,286 


796 


118 


- 


119 


- 








6,376 


- 


2,997 


1,786 


293 


- 


Bait imore 


19,098 






5 ,697 








199 


1,168 


; 






389 


1 ,514 






88 


Calvert 


892 


162 






. 






275 


182 








141 


30 


_ 


_ 




Caroline 


568 


98 


173 


142 


44 


- 


- 


111 












- 


- 


- 




Carroll 


1 ,892 


345 


383 


133 


92 


- 


- 


- 


72 


40 


18 


46 


- 


160 


127 


16 


- 


Cecil 


1,366 


257 


259 


282 


- 


- 


- 


192 


73 


6 




51 


- 


141 


- 


- 


48 


Charles 


1,463 


256 


508 


83 


2 1 






2 14 


14 






17 






18 




263 


Dorchester 


550 


71 


262 


14 


98 


39 


32 


18 




















Frederick 


2,526 


590 


723 


415 


- 


21 


- 


149 


106 


19 


- 


30 


22 


37 


53 


- 


49 


Garrett 


629 


141 


160 


87 


- 






71 


170 


















Harford 


3,347 


915 


813 


212 




_ 


_ 


63 


276 


58 


33 


56 


12 


240 


92 


14 


13 


Howard 


2,141 


470 


494 


232 


48 






120 


55 


63 


83 






170 


126 


23 




Kent 


356 


50 


51 


136 








119 




















Montgomery 


14,993 


2,460 


2,223 


2,575 






170 


130 


1,034 


356 


26 


481 


504 


1,227 


570 


84 


129 


Prince George's 


22 ,612 


5,592 


5,436 


4,291 


342 


100 


194 


297 


1,008 


214 


147 


672 


317 


1,115 


199 


106 


205 


Queen Anne ' s 


414 


85 


158 








13 


40 






84 






6 


14 






St. Mary's 


1,004 


367 


334 


70 


13 






178 


42 


















Somerset 


471 


65 


117 


83 


30 


20 


23 










133 












Talbot 


506 


125 


94 


50 


52 






88 


58 


7 






9 










Washington 


3,481 


872 


867 


479 


279 


34 


92 


337 


66 


181 


15 






23 


27 






Wicomico . 


2,089 


526 


468 


367 


177 


51 


82 


203 










176 










Worcester 


851 


263 


283 


55 




44 




188 




18 

















TABLE 

45 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


General Metalwork 


Elec- 

tricity 


Elec- 
tronics 


POWGTT 

Mc ch3n~ 
ics 


Printing 


Automotive Mechanics 
and Maintenance 


Graphic 
Arts 


Other 
Indus- 
trial Arts 
Educa- 
t ion 


I 


II 


III 


Comb i - 
nat ion 


I 


II 


III 


Comb i - 
nat ion 


I 


II 


III 


Comb i - 
nat ion 


Total State 


3,682 


2,039 


272 


385 


2 , 360 


I ,HJb 


1 , 824 


1,307 


432 


20 


263 


446 


166 


61 


51 


2 , 085 


3 . 560 


A 1 legany 


- 


- 


26 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


48 


28 


28 


- 






Anne Arundel 


187 


122 


18 


119 


25 


377 












70 


32 


11 




411 


5 


Baltimore City 


1,441 


1,113 


113 




646 


308 


1.468 


871 


317 












18 




1 ,040 


Bait imore 


609 


300 




46 


680 


392 










_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




322 


1,689 


Calvert 




45 


_ 


_ 




~ 


57 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Carroll 


134 


101 




14 


68 


25 


43 












31 






44 




Cecil 


38 


19 
































Charles 


38 






_ 


- 


- 


- 


31 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


_ 


_ 


16 


_ 




- 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


Frederick 


14 


17 




36 


54 


_ 












79 


51 




22 


_ 


39 


Garrett 




































Harford 


79 


64 


35 


11 


- 




- 


71 


21 


8 




49 


24 


22 




- 


166 


Howard 


83 


20 




68 




86 
























Kent 




































Montgomery 


356 


33 


15 




665 


146 


159 


40 






182 


40 






11 


799 


578 


Prince George's 


669 


187 


32 


72 


115 


79 


97 


255 


94 


12 


81 


160 








509 


15 


Queen Anne ' s 


14 


































St. Mary's 




































Somerset 




































Talbot 












23 
























Washington 


20 


18 


17 


19 


107 
























28 


Wicomico 
















39 




















Worcester 





































TABLE 




Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 





Total 












Building 




















Vocational- 


Air Condi- 








Beauty 


Trades , 
















1 




Indus trial 


tioning 


Air- 




Automo- 


Operator 


Stone- 








Electricity 




General 




J 


Local Unit 


and 


and 


Craft 




tive 


Tra ining- 


masonry , 


Cab inet 


Car- 


Draft- 


and 


Food 


Occu" 








Vocational- 


Refrig- 


Mechan- 


Art 


Mechan- 


(Cosme- 


Tilesettlng, 


Making 


pentry 


ing 


Electronics 


Trades 


pations 


Graphic 


Machlaa ' 




Technical 


eration 


ics 




ics 


tology) 


Brick- 














Arts 


Shop 




Education 












laying 


















Total State 


48,261 


432 


124 


724 


5,308 


2,374 


2,322 


612 


2,338 


3,136 


3,082 


1,464 


983 


552 


1,120 


Allegany 


469 


17 


- 


- 


41 


20 


16 


- 


20 


- 


18 


18 


- 


9 


26 


Anne Arundel 


3,211 


- 


- 


- 


703 


225 


111 


102 


75 


- 


204 


24 


- 


- 


117 


Baltimore City 


14,870 


41 


124 


656 


995 


647 


693 


67 


1,046 


2,096 


1,380 


761 


- 


- 


266 


Baltimore 


4,659 


21 




39 


933 


236 


35 




181 


156 


177 


84 


- 


52 


309 


Calvert 


383 


39 






67 


42 


56 




64 


42 


51 


~ 


- 




~ 


Caroline 


229 


- 


- 


- 


32 


46 


- 


- 


40 


32 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1 ,251 


- 


- 


- 


170 


158 


79 


52 


100 


62 


106 


28 


- 


- 


85 


Cecil 


564 


27 


- 


- 


98 


46 


25 


- 


37 


19 


30 


35 


- 


- 


25 


Charles 


542 


15 


- 


- 


55 


78 


38 


- 


29 


13 


53 


26 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


284 


- 


- 




~ 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


207 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,673 


- 


- 


- 


116 


- 


204 


- 


128 


216 


230 


- 


199 


116 


43 


Garrett 


480 


- 


- 


- 


97 


- 


55 


- 


31 


83 


69 


93 


- 


- 


52 


Harford 


671 


- 


- 


- 


123 


56 


30 


73 


16 


113 


34 


19 


68 


- 


74 


Howard 


687 


43 


- 




156 


89 


56 




34 


25 


79 


~ 




46 


17 


Kent 


565 


42 




: 


108 




66 


9 


39 








132 






Montgomery 


7,516 


37 






1,067 


259 


38 


106 


81 




21 


44 


119 


127 




Prince George's 


5,441 


111 






174 


115 


512 


135 


110 


230 


210 


207 


17 


202 


75 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,573 








98 


159 


58 


30 


199 




239 




206 






St. Mary's 


740 


5 






114 


45 


145 




36 




32 


32 








Somerset 


165 






























Talbot 


174 












32 
















J 


Washington 


986 


34 




29 


59 


54 


33 


17 


41 




46 


39 






31 


Wicomico 


891 








84 


36 


27 


21 


22 


49 


63 


23 








Worcester 


237 








18 


63 


13 




9 




40 


31 


35 







Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



TABLE 

45 



Local Unit 


Maintenance 
and 
Service 
Mechanics 


Metal 
Work 


Needle 
Trades 


Nurse ' s 
Aide 


Pract ical 
Nursing 


Print- 
ing 


Radio 

and 
Tele- 
Vis ion 


Service 
Trades - 
Barbering , 

Shoe 
Repa iring , 
etc , 


Weld- 
ing 


Distribu- 

t ive 
Educat ion 


Diversi- 
fied 
Occupa- 
t ions 


Work 
Experience 
On the Job 
Tra ining 


Other 
Vocat iona 1 - 
Indus t r ia 1 
Educat ion 


Vocational- 
Technical 
Educa t ion 


Total State 


724 


810 


-805 


652 


650 


1 ,448 


352 


804 


512 


6,077 


576 


6,417 


2 , 755 


1 , 108 


Al legany 


10 




14 


20 




- 






20 


196 


- 




. 


24 


Anne Arundel 


_ 


- 




45 




3 


- 




- 


677 


- 


800 


125 


- 


Baltimore City 


500 


370 


649 


142 


190 


777 


126 


769 


90 


936 




- 


1,125 


424 


Baltimore 


45 


50 


- 


96 


- 


101 


41 




38 


815 


354 


354 


542 


- 


Ca Ivert 






22 
























Caroline 


_ 


- 


- 


40 




- 


- 


- 




39 


- 


. 


- 


- 


Carroll 




80 


56 




59 


_ 


_ 




14 


20 


_ 


89 


63 


30 


Cecil 


_ 




_ 


11 


27 


32 


12 


_ 


24 


67 




26 


16 


7 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


222 


- 


13 


Dorchester 




















77 










Frederick 


_ 


76 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




167 




56 


122 


_ 


Garrett 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


Harford 




- 


- 




- 


28 


- 


- 


- 


29 


- 


8 




- 


Howard 


13 






33 












12 






84 




Kent 














43 










30 


96 




Montgomery 


21 


18 








291 


86 




82 


1,232 


30 


3,245 


318 


294 


Prince George's 


55 


190 


26 


56 




188 


44 


35 


103 


934 


192 


1,189 


182 


149 


Queen Anne ' s 








119 


231 








92 


32 








110 


St. Mary's 


21 






26 


12 










60 




212 






Somerset 




















165 










Talbot 




















142 










Washington 




26 






65 


28 






27 


243 




106 


51 


57 


Wicomico 


59 




38 


36 


66 








22 


234 




80 


31 




Worcester 








28 























TABLE 

47 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 
Business 
Education 


Intro - 
duct ion 
to 

Business 


Intro- 
duction to 
Business 
and 
Type- 
writing 


Business 
Arith- 
metic 


Typewrit ing 


Type- 
writ ing 
and 

Short- 
hand 


Ad- 
vanced 

lype 
writing 
and 


r" 1 Ari r*Jk 1 

W 1. C & 1. wO L 

office 
Practice 


Clerical 
and 
Secretarial 
Office 
Pract ice 


Shorthand 


I 


II 


I 
and 
II 


Personal 
Use 


I 


> 

II 


ar 'L 

i: 


Total State 


144,243 


9,286 


3,153 


19,126 


28,089 


14,200 


655 


12,064 


2,715 


2,864 


6,957 


2,379 


7.192 


1 

3,053 


55 


Allegany 


2,747 


321 


_ 


309 


665 


224 




125 


_ 


104 


67 


175 




1 77 




Anne Arundel 


12,941 


- 


- 


2,376 


2,851 


1,087 


- 


458 


377 


222 


1,131 


293 


403 


241 


- 


Baltimore City 


35,181 


50 


- 


3,296 


6,554 


4,246 


- 


5,328 


- 


- 


3,913 


1,100 


797 


646 


- 


Baltimore 


18,807 


120 


2,493 


3,115 


409 


2,036 




1,151 


1,815 


1,340 


- 


- 


1,319 


611 




Calvert 


674 


85 


- 


51 


194 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


- 


50 


14 


- 


Caroline 


1,148 


143 


_ 


280 


242 


89 






_ 


_ 


_ 


46 


DD 






Carroll 


2,539 


41 


56 


177 


601 


536 


- 


255 


- 


64 


19 


46 


165 


77 


- 


Cecil 


1,673 


106 


- 


171 


581 


221 


- 


20 


- 


- 


21 


61 


155 


62 


- 


Charles 


1,988 


152 


- 


257 


470 


299 


- 


80 


- 


- 


111 


15 


188 


47 


- 


Dorchester 


1,588 


135 


- 


257 


468 


160 


21 


- 


- 


37 


- 


34 


55 


26 


10 


Frederick 


4,113 


412 


60 


595 


1,012 


366 


22 


58 




54 


107 


75 


238 


107 


29 


Garrett 


978 


86 


- 


192 


351 


88 






- 


- 


- 


24 


75 


29 




Harford 


4,737 


346 


- 


745 


1,431 


407 




90 




75 


84 


124 


273 


75 




Howard 


2,816 


100 


31 


381 


822 


239 




189 


42 


65 


55 


72 


144 


40 




Kent 


700 


57 




81 


236 


44 










42 




54 


29 




Montgomery 


13,863 


1,156 


154 


1,168 


4,861 


1,221 


69 


1,154 


60 


64 


316 


134 


1,200 


249 




Prince George's 


24,428 


3,160 


359 


3,682 


4,241 


1,984 


18 


1,841 


392 


818 


644 


119 


1,163 


384 




Queen Anne ' s 


1,167 


84 




139 


136 


82 


183 


21 






32 


20 


62 


19 




St. Mary's 


1,668 


253 




78 


419 


209 




98 






82 




116 


35 




Somerset 


940 


182 




187 


286 


59 






29 




8 




59 


12 




Talbot 


1,120 


267 




181 


150 


71 




157 






15 


19 


51 


24 




Washington 


4,166 


682 




947 


628 


311 




508 






225 


8 


223 


72 




Wicomico 


3,102 


1,162 




345 


417 


125 




498 






54 




74 


31 




Worcester 


1,159 


186 




116 


64 


21 


342 


33 




21 




14 


63 


23 





Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



TABLE 

47 



Record 
Keep- 
ing 


S 6 cr6~ 
tarial 
Office 
Practice 


Bookkeeping 


Business 
Eco- 
nomics 


Business 
Law 


Business 

Eco- 
nomics 

and 
Business 

Law 


Business 

ation 
and 
Manage- 
ment 


Sales- 
manship 


Salesmanship 
and 


Data 
Pro- 
cessing 


Eco- 
notnics 
of 

Distribu- 
ion (Job 
Problems') 


Other 
Business 
Education 


I 


II 


I 
and 

II 


Bus iness 
Economics 


Bus iness 
Law 




OH-O 


11 


140 


1,373 


40 


1 730 


2 839 


2 050 


375 


882 


52 


273 


2 988 


492 


nn7 
J , uu / 


17 


17 




144 




13 


- 


62 


- 


- 


- 




15 


16 


74 


12 


619 


72 


1 


176 


169 




17 


88 


554 


- 


- 


- 




674 


33 


100 


202 


- 


2 


898 


257 


- 


986 


807 


- 


103 


- 


- 


- 


423 


- 


3,575 




- 


1 


988 


400 


- 


205 


313 


758 


61 


538 


- 


- 




- 


135 


t; 1 
J i 








- 


- 






2 1 






- 


- 


38 




64 


- 


- 




95 






- 


47 


99 


- 


- 






29 


- 


- 


- 


15 




192 


- 


- 


- 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


193 


- 


60 


24 


26 




160 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


65 


- 


- 


- 




28 




176 


21 


- 


- 


39 


56 


- 




25 


- 


24 


- 


- 


32 






101 




27 




75 






94 






55 






103 


70 




337 


32 




66 


82 


81 


28 


51 


27 




101 


- 


- 


- 


11 




108 


3 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 




236 






22 


187 


23 


- 


- 






348 


- 


211 




144 




168 


136 






83 












67 




38 








55 


















17 


85 






120 


59 




721 


28 




58 


293 


28 




15 




9 


335 


122 


253 


1,150 


287 


1 


,535 


207 




272 


402 


363 


108 


145 




156 


473 


263 


262 








93 






9 


184 






39 










64 


33 


15 




194 






12 


54 




45 








18 




7 




21 




33 


14 




19 


31 
























129 










56 






















375 


90 






50 












39 




8 




23 




121 






64 














15 




173 


15 






105 


16 








11 


30 








54 




45 



Local (Jnit 



)tal State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
j Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



TABLE 

48 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Physical 
and 
Health 

lliUU L J^u LI 


Physical Education 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combination 


Other 


B 


G 


B 


G 


6 


G 


6 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


Total State 


325,238 


33 , 113 


31 ,464 


J 1 , /2 1 


29,549 


25 ,096 


23 ,456 


20 ,952 


19,606 


11 ,894 


9 ,567 


9,156 


7,154 


13,101 


9, 159 


3,409 


Allegany 


5 ,759 


551 




bo / 


586 


122 


213 


55 


90 


21 




177 


82 


254 


327 


40 


Anne Arundel 


25,856 


2,944 


3,016 


3,126 


3,049 


1,244 


755 


238 


126 


254 


240 


212 


486 


1,203 


521 


452 


Baltimore City 


52,558 


6,965 


6,110 


5,868 


5,844 


4,408 


4,033 


5,113 


4,947 


3,093 


2,799 


1,733 


1,645 


- 


- 




Baltimore 


61,901 


c con 






5 , J /'» 


c Ton 


D , Dbo 


5 ,090 


5 , 106 


4 , 780 


4,722 


3 , 994 


3 , 700 


456 


377 


353 


Calvert 


2,336 


lb 
























268 


277 




Caroline 


2 ,081 






O O T 


202 


20^ 


200 


129 


123 










306 


211 


_ 


Carroll 


6,086 


409 


412 


415 


403 


488 


512 


208 


241 


111 


35 


62 


\ 


240 


210 


39 


Cecil 


4,366 


167 


171 


172 


157 


243 


276 


295 


342 


- 


- 


- 


36 


272 


106 




Charles 


4,324 


120 








418 


387 


125 


49 


48 


26 


17 




144 


93 




Dorchester 


2,084 


OCT 


Jl / 


O t "7 


226 




11 


o2 


34 


62 


53 


47 


42 


86 


9 




Frederick 


9, 106 


837 


882 


928 


956 


732 


692 


126 


151 


96 


96 


33 


16 


2,281 


1,160 


_ 


Garrett 


2,069 


186 


129 


180 


207 


125 


73 




37 










452 


343 


45 


Harford 


9,552 


1,366 


1,261 


1,354 


1,068 


26 


52 


308 


318 


50 


45 


39 




434 


353 


178 


Howard 


4,844 


127 


137 


113 


94 




122 


241 


156 


51 


33 


20 


19 


820 


409 


492 


Kent 


1,629 


140 


108 


146 


93 


153 


137 


127 


139 


63 


31 






93 


43 


156 


Montgomery 


45,917 


3,758 


3,858 


3,732 


3,286 


3,611 


3,502 


2,640 


1,796 


1,147 


460 


954 


302 


1,242 


1,254 


517 


Prince George's 


57,444 


6,584 


6,016 


5,635 


5,561 


6,068 


5,493 


4,939 


4,300 


1,829 


730 


1,631 


442 


2,519 


1,887 


322 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,946 


162 


249 


239 


236 


113 


87 


98 


120 








134 


225 


71 


49 


St. Mary's 


3,079 


480 


398 


356 


286 


32 














16 


242 


173 


34 


Somerset 


1,710 


213 


166 


186 


188 


137 


127 


71 


78 


116 


114 


103 


108 


25 


31 


47 


Talbot 


1,739 


213 


214 


155 


189 


184 


229 


94 


163 




11 




22 


133 


25 




Washington 


9,763 


935 


1,033 


949 


777 


334 


208 


271 


234 


121 


136 


109 


64 


1,111 


1.083 


85 


Wicomico 


6,279 


621 


626 


643 


501 


543 


445 


501 


342 


52 




25 


13 


126 


146 


600 


Worcester 


2,810 


321 


286 


261 


266 


193 


234 


221 


714 




36 




11 


169 


50 





Note: Boys - B; Girls - G- 



TABLE 

48 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Lo C3i 1 Un i t 


Physical and Health Education 


Health Education 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combination 


Other 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


IjOTHD 1 ~ 

nation 


Other 




B 








B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


Total State 


3,357 


3,423 


3,645 


3,865 


6,501 


6,199 


2,682 


2,086 


455 


395 


1,207 


253 


3,720 


3,082 








i , ^ ib 


1 Q Q "3 


1 A 1 


A 1 legany 


136 


128 


127 


128 


597 


486 


- 


- 


- 


- 


76 


31 


199 


48 






28 


21 






Anne Arundel 


105 


206 


285 


189 


1 ,628 


1,626 


1 , 338 


1 , 147 


36 


44 




22 


534 


444 








105 


281 




Ba 1 1 imore City 






























_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


Ba It imore 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




129 


12 


Calvert 


203 


233 


237 


438 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 


- 














Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 














Carro 1 1 


2 14 


144 


161 


185 


107 




374 


387 








16 










322 




^ D " 




Ceci 1 


265 


197 


366 


385 


249 


225 




42 


_ 








50 


102 




83 


85 


80 






rTi a T* 1 A c 


416 


604 


472 


303 


230 


234 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


338 


300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


14 


- 


- 


- 


271 


279 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


47 














Freder ick 


33 


33 






































Gar r e 1 1 










71 


77 










54 




56 


34 




- 


- 




- 


- 












1,285 


1,106 














134 


58 








117 
1. 1 / 






Howard 


263 


298 


140 


146 


652 


478 












33 


















Kent 




19 




34 
























37 


54 




56 




Montgomery 


1,530 


1,301 


1,504 


1,270 


964 


1,066 


914 


448 


419 


269 


1,077 


89 


891 


1,011 




27 


11 


26 


151 


890 


Prince George's 


143 


260 


323 


787 


140 


152 








82 




62 


300 








768 


81 


390 




Queen Anne ' s 


35 










128 






























St. Mary's 










218 


233 














187 


190 




122 


112 








Somerset 










































Talbot 






































107 




Washington 






30 




89 


109 


56 


62 










991 


848 




18 




110 






Wicomico 


































399 






696 


Worcester 








































32 



Note: Boys - B; Girls - G. 



TABLE 

49 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 


Music 


Basic Musicianship 




Chorus 




Vocal 
and 
Instru- 
mental 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


169,336 


63,531 


18,292 


6,288 


2 ,627 


945 


176 


56 


12 .224 


8,260 


7,004 


11,126 


Allegany 


5,186 


1,406 


1,290 


395 


- 


- 


12 


- 


61 


178 


167 


390 


Anne Arundel 


14,719 


5,556 


3,386 


528 


104 


75 


33 


38 


193 


557 


371 


1 ,659 


Baltimore City 


32 ,909 


25,435 






75 


163 


53 




782 


888 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


39,305 


7,481 


7,399 


4,908 


464 






- 


6,449 


1,817 


947 


3,366 


Calvert 


468 


103 




■ 


128 


* 


~ 








172 




Caroline 


1,032 


594 






- 








- 


- 


113 


22 


Carroll 


3 , 164 


944 


610 


29 


27 


9 






46 


190 


40 


369 


Cecil 


1,304 


297 


219 




45 








36 


50 


110 


- 


Charles 


1,473 


131 


197 


- 




- 


- 


- 


56 


97 


128 


194 


Dorchester 


905 


347 


" 


- 






- 




58 


34 


69 




Frederick 


4,920 


968 


838 




493 








269 


347 


521 


333 


Garrett 


1,043 


166 


183 


81 




- 


- 


- 


88 


177 


- 


- 


Harford 


6,367 


1,405 


1,345 




490 


60 






196 


258 


643 


688 


Howard 


2 ,543 


876 


139 






15 






57 


111 


192 


342 


Kent 


552 


122 


64 


8 


112 












156 


34 


Montgomery 


16,342 


4,989 


149 




79 


270 




18 


1.555 


1,845 


1,059 


165 


Prince George ' s 


20,628 


7,491 


280 


126 


214 


145 


78 




1,400 


1,229 


1,456 


1,789 


Queen Anne ' s 


826 


124 


120 




36 








35 


38 


80 


313 


St. Mary's 


1,877 


358 


447 




47 








40 


200 


45 


258 


Somerset 


514 


103 


104 


42 


205 








60 








Talbot 


1,208 


272 


321 






7 






44 


12 


232 


91 


Washington 


7,612 


3,099 


163 


74 


108 


119 






496 


115 


399 


863 


Wicomico 


3,078 


929 


725 


97 




82 






216 


80 


104 


233 


Worcester 


1,361 


335 


313 












87 


37 




17 



TABLE 

49 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Band 


Orchestra 


Music 
History 
and 
Literature 


Creative 
Music 
Arts 


thcT" 
t4us X c 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


local DL<lLc 


10,443 


10,105 


8,364 


1,020 


815 


1,661 


1 137 


290 


4 972 


Allegany 


168 


318 


555 


132 


32 


79 


3 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


456 


553 


874 


26 


26 


181 


103 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


548 


619 




51 


208 




- 


- 


4,087 


Baltimore 


3,334 


1,087 


133 


431 


183 


68 


224 


129 


885 


ca ivert 


_ 


_ 


65 


_ 


_ 










Caroline 


150 


24 


129 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


227 


431 


180 


18 


- 


44 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


198 


118 


231 








- 


- 


- 


Charles 


379 


254 


37 








- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


163 


164 


70 














Frederick 


243 


391 


402 


- 


25 


32 


58 


- 


- 


Garrett 














- 


- 


- 


Harford 


301 


195 


576 






198 


12 




- 


Howard 


189 


197 


373 








33 


19 




Kent 






56 














Montgomery 


906 


2,387 


1,516 


71 


288 


706 


339 






Prince George's 


1,657 


1,827 


2 226 


156 


41 


235 


204 


74 




Queen Anne's 






80 














St. Mary's 


110 


239 


133 














Somerset 




















Talbot 


21 


113 


49 








46 






Washington 


806 


698 


387 


123 


12 


118 


32 






Wicomico 


102 


290 


151 


12 






57 






Worcester 


337 




141 








26 


68 





TABLE 

50 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: 



Local Unit 



Total 
Art 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



142,948 

3,560 
12,584 
26,472 
34,804 
542 

924 
2,214 
1,027 
1,365 

782 

3,878 
777 
4,235 
2,269 
516 

13,534 
20.547 

172 
1,103 

295 

682 
5,287 
3,568 
1,811 



Arts 
and 
Crafts 



34,042 

852 
8,329 



518 
269 
383 
103 
123 

916 
322 
877 
765 



4,849 
9,722 
31 



4,137 
684 
1,162 



Art 



39,859 

1,137 
2,393 
10,014 
10,905 



192 
1,189 

260 
1,015 

293 

994 
33 
1,214 
617 
237 

1,912 
4,357 
61 
509 
105 

140 
231 
1,833 
218 



II 



27,081 

811 
747 
7,127 
10.519 



64 
536 
188 
155 

66 

660 
156 
1,129 
175 
103 

369 
2,541 

291 
190 

92 
282 
672 
208 



III 



14,621 

160 
192 
4,181 
8,160 



48 
37 
58 
87 



88 
160 
12 

99 
1.037 

110 



11 
39 
142 



IV 



2,747 

88 
124 
1,842 



44 
48 

107 



42 
372 

36 



9 
35 



Combi- 
nation 



6,042 

202 
136 



291 

150 
29 

111 
22 
39 

548 
42 

458 
91 

116 

320 
2,500 
28 
148 



105 
454 
102 
150 



Funda- 
mentals 
of 
Art 



6,728 

247 
129 

2,396 
251 



67 

63 
202 
296 
167 



2,377 
15 



325 
134 
59 



Com- 
mercial 
Art 



2,085 

58 
992 

31 

22 

27 
76 
48 

813 
18 



History 
of 
Art 



328 



66 



156 
22 

20 



64 



Paintings 
and 
Sculp- 
ture 



2,436 

23 
152 

504 



14 



83 

108 
165 



1,343 



10 
15 

19 



Ad- 
vanced 
Studio 
Experi- 
ences 



2,841 

40 
324 

470 



54 
12 

436 

33 



1,346 

37 
9 



26 

54 



Other 
Art 



4,138 



3,308 
792 



38 



TABLE 

51 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 







Driver Education 




Total 






1 Q c T*orMTi 


Local Unit 


Dr iver 


Classroom 


Pract ice 


and 




Educat ion 






Pract ice 


ioi:ai otauc 


22 832 


6,398 


2,109 


14,325 


Allegany 


1,062 


49 


56 


957 


Anne Arundel* 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City* 


- 








Baltimore 


1,877 


1,137 


740 




Csl Ivert 




- 


- 


212 


Caroline 


440 


- 


- 


440 


Carroll 


640 


528 


112 


- 


Cecil 


231 


on 






Charles 


443 


411 


32 




Dor chest er 


193 


154 


39 


- 


Frederick 


1,076 


405 


245 


426 


Garrett 


456 








Harford 


1,740 


160 




1,580 


nuwct L U 


138 


113 




25 


Kent 


152 






152 


Montgomery 


6,312 


836 


44 


5,432 


Prince George's 


5,120 


839 


388 


3,893 


Queen Anne's 


309 


202 


107 




St. Mary's 


262 


16 




246 


Somerset 


5 




5 




■Talbot 


321 


103 


113 


105 


Washington 


808 






808 


Wicomico 


935 


707 


228 




Worcester 


100 


59 




41 



*Driver Education in these local units offered during out-of-school hours only. 



TABLE 



52 



Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1971 




Total 


Special Education 


Local Unit 


Special 
Education 


Junior 
High 


Sen ior 
High 


Total State 


21,770 


16,957 


4,813 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltinore 
Calvert 


402 
1,875 
7,299 
1,647 
27 


90 
1,400 
7,299 
1,062 

27 


312 
475 

585 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


259 
251 
360 
360 
132 


248 
65 
259 
330 
132 


11 
186 
101 

30 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


238 
57 
542 
792 
200 


184 
57 
231 
573 
89 


54 

219 

111 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. >!ary's 
Somerset 


2,159 
3,958 
98 
334 
18 


1,521 
2,811 
33 
171 
18 


638 
1,147 
65 
163 


Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 


57 
521 
184 


40 
249 
68 


17 
272 
116 


Worcester 









TABLE 

53 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal:-- Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


19.6 


21.7 


17.5 


Al legany 


1 Q O 


7 


17 7 


Anne Arundel 


ZU • D 


Z i » J 


1 Q Q 


Baltimore City 


ZU . t 


Z4, i 


1 A Q 
iO . o 


Ba 1 timer e 




1 Q ft 


17 Q 


Calvert 


f 19.9 


22.4 


17.4 


Caro 1 ine 


19.2 


21.8 


16 . 9 


Carro 1 1 


19.7 


Z J • t 




Cec i 1 


o^ A 

Z i . 


Z J . 1 


1 Q Q 


Char les 


20 . 




17.3 


Dorchester 


19.7 


22.5 


17.4 


Frederick 




22.1 


1 Q "J 


Gar re 1 1 


20 . 4 


ZZ . J 


1 p. 1 

iO • 1 


nar tor 




9 1 /i 
Zi . H 


1 7 


Howard 


20.0 


24.2 


16.5 


Kent 


18.4 


25.2 


14.0 


Montgomery 


18.7 


20.6 


17.0 


Prince George ' s 


19. 1 


19.9 


18.2 


Queen Anne' s 


19.6 


25.0 


15.6 


St. Mary's 


18.9 


25.3 


13.6 


Somerset 


19.5 


25.1 


15.2 


Talbot 


17.9 


21.3 


15. 1 


Washington 


20.2 


24.9 


16.5 


Wicomico 


19.4 


21.9 


16.8 


Worcester 


17.7 


30. 1 


12. 1 



TABLE 

54 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre- 
kindergar ten 


Kindergarten 




Total State 


916 


484 


4 


518 


167 


7 


2,100.7 




62,428 


8 




398, 316. 7 


Allegany 


17 


511 


8 


9 


307 


3 


- 




1,174 


1 


8,133.2 


8,204.5 


Anne Arundel 


75 


750 





42 


129 









5,269 





36,860.0 


33,621.0 


Baltimore City 


189 


581 





113 
i. 1 J 


877 





1, 372.0 




13 368 





99,137.0 


75,704.0 


Bal timore 


133,030 


4 


69 


922 


2 






8^772 


9 


61,149. 3 


63,108.2 


Calvert 


6 


069 


9 


3 


470 





- 




390 


4 


3,079.6 


2,599.9 


Caroline 


5 


236 


7 


2 


872 


2 


- 




345 


3 


2,526.9 


2, 364. 5 


Carroll 


17 


193 


7 


9 


602 


3 


- 




1,158 


2 


8,444. 1 


7,591.4 


Cecil 


12 


201 


3 




130 


3 










6,130.3 


6,071.0 


Charles 


14 


358 





8 


416 


5 


- 




476 


3 


7,940.2 


5,941.5 


Dorchester 


6 


•420 





3 


442 


1 


- 




360 


4 


3,081.7 


2,977.9 


Frederick 


20 


883 


7 


11, 


573.4 


- 




1,331 


3 


10,242.1 


9,310.3 


Garrett 


5 


679 


4 


3 


268 


9 






369 





2,899.9 


2,410.5 


Harford 


31 


550 





18 


407 


3 






2,267 


3 


16,140.0 


13,142.7 


Howard 


19 


179 


9 


11 


010 


1 






1,421 


1 


9 , 589 . 


8, 169. 8 


Kent 


3, 


860 


7 


2 


121 


7 






257 


6 


1,864.1 


1,739.0 


Montgomery 


126,140 





67 


261 


3 


417.5 




8,573 





58,270.8 


58,878.7 


Prince George' s 


161 


171 


7 


94 


922 


7 


218.1 




11,991 


5 


82,713.1 


66,249.0 


Queen Anne' s 




726 


2 


2 


618 


5 






282 


1 


2,336.4 


2,107.7 


St. Mary's 


u 


693 


1 


7 


228 


2 






940 


9 


6,287.3 


4,464.9 


Somerset 


4,554 


7 


2 


623 









275 





2,348.0 


1,931.7 


Talbot 




996 


2 


2 


775 


7 






323 


8 


2,451.9 


2,220.5 


Washington 


23 


836 


2 


13 


283 


6 


15.0 




1,674 


5 


11,594.1 


10,552.6 


Wicomico 


14 


350 


9 


8 


352 


7 


78. 1 




980 


8 


7,293.8 


5,998.2 


Worcester 


6 


SOS 


9 


3 


551 


7 






426 


3 


3, 125.-. 


2,957.2 



TABLE 

55 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Percent of Attendance 



Local unit 


Grand 




Elementary 










Elementary 






Total 












Kinder 




Grades 




Secondary 


Grand 






Prekgn. 


Grades 


Secondary 










Total 




Prekgn. 


garten 














Total 


Total 


and Kgn. 


1-6 






Total State 


836 


999 


5 


482 


759 


9 


1,802.5 


56 


416. 


9 


424 


540 


5 


354 


239 


6 


91.3 


93 


2 


90 


2 


93 


6 


88 


9 


Allegany 


16 


,507 


.2 


8 


770 





- 


1 


047. 


5 


7 


722 


5 


7 


737 


2 


94.3 


94 


2 


89 


2 


94. 


9 


94 


3 


Anne Arundel 


70 


364 


7 


39 


686 


2 




4 


905. 


3 


34 


780 


9 


30 


678 


5 


92.9 


94. 


2 


93 


1 


94. 


3 


9 1 


2 


Baltimore City 


163 


951 





102 


789 




1 1 ft 1 n 


11 


765. 





89 


843 


U 


61 


162 





86.5 


90 


3 


87 


8 


90. 


6 


80 


8 


Bal timore 


123 


182 


3 


65 


555 







7 


880. 


3 


57 


674 


7 


57 


627 


3 


92.6 


93 


7 


89 


8 


94. 


3 


91 


3 


Calvert 


5 


548 


4 


3 


242 


6 


- 




349. 


8 


2 


892 


8 


2 


305 


8 


91.4 


93 


4 


89 


6 


93. 


9 


88 


7 


Caroline 




873 


5 


2 


697 


7 


- 




316. 


4 


2 


381 


3 


2 


175 


8 


93. 1 


93 


9 


91 


6 


94. 


2 


92 





Carroll 


16 


075 


6 


9 


017 


1 


- 


1 


043. 


2 


7 


973 


9 


7 


058 


5 


93.5 


93 


9 


90 


1 


94. 


4 


93 





Cecil 


11 


356 





5 


803 


6 










5 


803 


6 


5 


552 


4 


93. 1 


94 


7 






94. 


7 


91 


5 


Vi a T* 1 o c 


13 


040 


7 


7 


836 


1 


_ 




424. 


7 


7 


411 


4 


5 


204 


6 


90 . 8 


93 


1 


89 


2 


93. 


3 


87 


6 


Dorchester 


5 


932 





3 


249 


7 


- 




328. 


6 


2 


921 


1 


2 


682 


3 


92.4 


94 


4 


91 


2 


94. 


8 


90 


1 


Frederick 


19 


416 


8 


10 


889 


1 


- 




208. 


1 


9 


681 





8 


527 


7 


93.0 


94 


1 


90 


7 


94.5 


91 


6 


Garrett 


5 


348 


2 


3 


078 


4 






327. 


8 


2 


750 


6 


2 


269 


8 


94.2 


94 


2 


88 


8 


94. 


9 


94 


2 




29 


544 


g 


17 


425 


3 




2 


083. 


7 


15 


341 


6 


12 


119 


5 


93.6 


94 


7 


91 


9 


95. 


1 


92 


2 


Howard 


17 


976 


4 


10 


409 


5 




1 


297. 


3 


9 


112 


2 


7 


566 


9 


93.7 


94 


5 


91 


3 


95. 





92 


6 


Kent 


3 


598 


8 


2 


015 


4 






238. 


6 


1 


776 


8 


1 


583 


4 


93.2 


95 





92 


6 


95. 


3 


91 


1 


Montgomery 


115 


641 


3 


62 


924 


2 


346.0 


7 


789. 


5 


54 


788 


7 


52 


717 


1 


91.7 


93 


5 


90 


5 


94. 





89 


5 


Prince George ' s 


148 


438 


5 


89 


061 


9 


194.4 


10 


917. 


4 


77 


950 


1 


59 


376 


6 


92.1 


93 


8 


91 





94. 


2 


89 


6 


Queen Anne ' s 




381 


7 


2 


473 


4 






255. 


4 


2 


218 





1 


908 


3 


92.7 


94 


5 


90 


5 


94. 


9 


90 


5 


St. Mary's 


10 


793 


6 


6 


813 


4 






862. 





5 


951 


4 


3 


980 


2 


92.3 


94 


3 


91 


6 


94. 


7 


89 


. 1 


Somerset 




242 


6 


2 


478 









251. 


8 


2 


226 


2 


1 


764 


6 


93. 1 


94 


5 


91 


6 


94. 


8 


91 


3 


Talbot 


4 


656 





2 


6 20 


9 






296. 


6 


2 


324 


3 


2 


035 


1 


93.2 


94 


4 


91 


6 


94. 


8 


91 


7 


_ Washington 


22 


471 


8 


12 


609 


6 


12.3 


1 


526. 


9 


11 


070 


4 


9 


862.2 


94.3 


94 


9 


91 


1 


95. 


5 


93 


5 


Wicomico 


13 


560 


1 


7 


939 


8 


68.8 




907. 


7 


6 


963 


3 


5 


620 


3 


94.5 


95 


1 


92 


2 


95. 


5 


93 


7 


Worcester 


6 


097 


5 


3 


374 









393. 


3 


2 


980 


7 


2 


723.5 


93.7 


95 





92 


3 


95 


4 


92 


1 



TABLE 

56 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1971 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


>^ 
c 
a 

CC 

o 
< 


Anne Arundel 


4-1 
1-t 

u 

o 
u 
o 
E 

tj 
a 
"~ 


Ua It Imorc 


CI 

> 

a 

u 


c 

o 
u 
a 
u 


'~\ 

o 
u 
u 
a 

CJ 


u 

u 


» 

a 

u 


u 

*J 

X 

ai 

"o 

o 
a 


u 
u 

•o 

o 
u 

b. 


4J 

u 
u 
a 

U 


u 



u 
s 
— 


-o 
u 
<a 

g 


4J 

c 


u 

oc 
5 


u 
c 

b 
U 

c 

U 
— 


X 
~ , 

c 
c 
< 

c 

o 

SI 
3 

c 


u 
a 
£ 

•J 


4J 

s> 

X 

u 

§ 

V. 


4_l 

O 

a 


c 

o 

c 
"x 

Q 

3 


o 

E 
o 
u 

3 


u 
b 

a 

u 



3 


All Schools 


973 


29 


78 


162 


1 13 


9 


6 


17 


16 


17 


16 


26 


15 


28 


19 


5 


142 


173 


7 


17 


12 


8 


30 


18 


10 


30 or less 


5 


_ 


I 


1 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


2 


_ 


_ 




. 


31 - 60 


17 




3 


3 




2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


1 






_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


61 - 90 


24 


2 




5 


2 






_ 


_ 




3 


_ 


2 






_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


91 - 120 


18 


_ 


X 


2 




_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


2 


1 


1 




_ 






1 


121 - 150 


22 


2 




2 


X 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


5 






1 




2 






_ 


1 


4 


1 




151 - 180 


12 


1 




2 


X 


1 




2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 




_ 




_ 


181 - 210 


20 


3 


2 


1 


2 


_ 




_ 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 




_ 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


211 - 240 


24 


3 


3 


2 




_ 


_ 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


2 


1 


1 




1 


1 


_ 


241 - 2?0 


27 


5 




2 


9 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


5 


3 




1 


1 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


271 - 300 


26 


1 


4 


2 


X 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


_ 




_ 


4 


2 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


301 - 330 


28 


1 




2 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


10 


3 


1 


1 


_ 




2 




- 


331 - 360 


32 


- 


2 


3 


3 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


_ 




2 


- 


11 


3 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 




_ 


361 - 390 


43 


2 


3 


4 


1 


1 


- 


3 


2 


1 


_ 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


16 


4 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 




1 


391 - 420 


43 


2 


3 


4 


3 


- 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 




3 


1 


1 


2 


_ 


7 


7 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 




X 


421 - 450 


38 


1 


1 


2 


A 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


11 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


X 


451 - 480 


44 


1 


2 


4 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


11 


10 


_ 


2 


_ 




1 


1 


X 


481 - 510 


36 


_ 


2 


4 


6 


_ 


1 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


7 


6 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


X 


511 - 540 


48 


1 


3 


3 


8 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


7 




8 


8 


_ 


1 




_ 


2 


_ 




541 - 570 


47 


1 


6 


5 


3 




_ 




1 






1 




4 


2 


_ 


4 


14 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


X 


571 - 600 


38 


1 


4 


5 


5 


- 


- 


- 




1 


- 




- 


- 


3 


- 


4 


12 


- 




- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


601 - 660 


104 


1 


8 


10 


14 




1 


1 


1 


2 




2 




5 


2 




12 


38 


1 


2 






2 


2 




661 - 720 


86 




14 


15 


16 




2 


3 








3 


1 


2 






9 


17 










1 


3 




721 - 780 


51 




4 


9 


9 






2 




1 




1 




3 






5 


15 










1 


1 




781 - 840 


43 




3 


15 


11 












1 






1 






6 


6 
















841 - 900 


33 


1 


4 


11 


7 


1 
















2 






2 


4 












1 




901 - 960 


19 




2 


10 


6 


















1 
























961 - 1,020 


17 






9 


2 










1 








2 






2 














1 




1,021 - 1,080 


11 






10 


1 










































1,081 - 1,140 




















































1,U1 - 1,200 


3 






2 




















1 
























1,201 - over 


14 




1 


13 













































SOTE: Includes elementary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except for middle schools which are 
included in toto with high schools. 



TABLE 

57 



Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1971 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


A 1 legany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 

II 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Freder ick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George ' s 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary' s 


Somerset 11 


Ta Ibot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


^ Worcester 


All Schools 


377 


11 


20 


55 


47 


2 


4 


11 


9 


9 


5 


10 


4 


10 


12 


4 


52 


59 


4 


7 


7 


4 


16 


8 


7 


50 


or 


less 


7 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


51 


- 


100 


8 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


101 




150 


7 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


151 




200 


3 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


201 




250 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


251 




300 


7 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


301 




350 


11 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


2 


351 




400 


4 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


401 




450 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


451 




500 


8 


2 










1 


2 
























1 






1 


1 




501 




600 


22 






1 


2 




1 


1 


3 












1 




3 








3 




3 


1 


3 


601 




700 


21 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 




1 


2 


1 


1 






4 




2 


3 










2 






701 




800 


29 


1 




1 






1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 




1 


2 


1 


3 


9 




1 




1 


2 






801 




900 


21 


1 












1 


1 


1 




3 


1 


1 






6 


4 










1 




1 


901 




1,000 


24 






1 
















2 






2 




8 


9 




1 






1 






1,001 




1, 100 


29 




1 


3 


2 


1 




2 


1 


1 


1 






1 


2 




5 


6 








1 


2 






1, 101 




1,200 


14 


1 




2 


1 






1 












1 




1 


2 


4 












1 




1,201 




1,300 


22 






3 


4 








1 






1 






1 




4 


7 












1 




1,301 




1,400 


29 




2 


4 


9 










1 














4 


5 


1 


1 








2 




1,401 




1,500 


15 


1 




2 


8 






1 




1 














1 






1 












1,501 




1,600 


9 








6 
















1 








2 


















1,601 




1,700 


11 


1 


2 


2 


2 


















1 






1 


1 










1 






1, 701 




1,800 


11 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 
















1 






4 


















1,801 




1, 900 


6 




1 


2 








1 












1 






1 


















1,901 




2, 000 


13 




3 


2 


4 


















1 






1 


1 










1 






2,001 




2, 100 


6 




2 


1 


1 
























1 


1 
















2, 101 




2,200 


5 




1 


2 


1 


























1 
















2,201 




2, 300 


8 




2 


3 


1 
























2 


















2,301 




2,400 


5 






2 




























3 
















2,401 




2, 500 


7 






4 


1 














1 












1 
















2,501 




over 


8 




2 


4 




















1 








1 

















NOTE: Includes secondary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except middle schools. The total 



membership of middle schools is included above. 



STAFF DATA 



Annual Report 



TABLE 

58 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



-ocal Unit 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970- 


/I 


1971-72 


?otal State 


25 


932 


1 


28 


124 


9 




32.199.0 


34 


,823.9 




39, 314 


.9 


42, 365 


4 


44,856 


.0 


4 J , 1 J J 


Q 
7 


A A (^n T 1 
, DU £ . i 


Allegany 




651 







687 





679.0 


692. 







746. 5 


763.0 


lit 


8 


792 


2 


793 


6 


838 


3 


837.9 


Anne Arundel 


1 


846 





1 


990 





2,160.0 


2,434.0 


2 


612.0 


2,839. 2 


3,059. 


8 


3,219 


6 


3,435 


8 


3,499 


5 


3,689.7 


Baltimore City 


6 


365 





6 


833 


8 


7,360.5 


7,633. 





8 


163.5 


8,293.0 


8,381. 


5 


8,816 


6 


10,223 





9,140 


8 


8,929.0 


Bal timore 


3 


910 





4 


451 


9 


4,715.5 


4,954. 


8 


5 


229 . 4 


5,568. 3 


5, 886 . 


4 


6 , 350 


1 


6,660.5 


7,057 


6 


7,335.7 


Calvert 




187 







200 


3 




221. 


8 




226. 9 




277 


7 


246 


6 


255 


7 


I J I 




Zv Z . J 


Caroline 




201 


5 




211 


8 


222. 1 


226. 


8 




246.6 


253.7 


269 


3 


262 


5 


267 


8 


279 


7 


267.5 


Carroll 




462 


8 




493 





509.7 


544. 


6 




582.0 


651.6 


670. 


5 


749 


3 


767 


5 


782 





851.9 


Cecil 




400 


5 




418 


5 


428.5 


450. 


3 




488. 1 


511.8 


527 





610 


8 


539 





552 


6 


578.5 


Charles 




313 







341 


6 


385.9 


397. 







442.0 


475.5 


502 


5 


567 


5 


603 


9 


615 


2 


714.9 


Dorches ter 




242 


1 




254 


2 


A 

ZD J . J 


271. 


5 




300.9 


J 1 z . z 


299. 


2 


306 


7 


304.3 


^ 7 1 
J J 1 


C 
J 


JZ i . J 


Frederick 




667 







711 


3 


727.7 


755. 


8 




776.2 


806.0 


994 


5 


1,029 





986 


9 


1,082 


1 


984.9 


Garrett 




189 







194.0 


195.0 


198.0 




227,3 


232.6 


237 





251 


2 


263 


2 


279 


7 


276.5 


Harford 




713 







745 


8 


805.5 


881. 


1 


1 


013.9 


1,148.0 


1,189 


8 


1,321 


7 


1,399 


6 


1,515 


5 


1,533.0 


Howard 




354 







379 





A 1 Q 7 


469. 







480.0 


J J J • VJ 


627. 





698 


5 


789 


5 


9. Lit 


■\ 
J 


Q '^ 1 1 


Kent 




152 







157 





162. 1 


171. 


2 




184.0 


186.2 


201 


1 


201 


7 


211 


4 


206 


2 


209. 1 


Montgomery 


3 


916 







068 





4,287.6 


4,712. 


5 


5 


061.6 


5,404.4 


5,746 


6 


6,290 


2 


6,735 


4 


6,531 


5 


6,869.0 


Prince George's 


3 


122 





3 


616 


6 


4,079.9 


4,586. 


6 


5 


214.7 


5,907.0 


6,566 





7,467 





7,286 





8,444 


7 


8,300.0 


Queen Anne' s 




172 







178 





179.5 


187 







194.5 


233.0 


233 


1 


245 


2 


230 


8 


239 


9 


237.3 


St. Mary' s 




258 


1 




276 


6 


306.5 


335. 


4 




444.8 


400.0 


459 


8 


450 


9 


511 


6 


557 


9 


600.6 


Somerse t 




187 







192 


8 


193.8 


197. 


2 




200.2 


201.2 


199 


4 


208 


5 


217 


3 


232 


7 


224.0 


Talbot 




182 







184 


2 


183.0 


192. 







207.4 


227.0 


229 


5 


237 





244 


9 


264 


7 


276.0 


Washington 




773 


8 




843 





839.5 


918.3 




958.4 


996.8 


1,054 


5 


1,086 


6 


1,117 





1, 139 


5 


1,143.0 


Wicomico 




423 







452 


9 


475.4 


511. 


1 




558. 7 


569.7 


596 


1 


626 


6 


674 


9 


731 


2 


721.0 


Worcester 




244 


3 




243 


6 


245.5 


258. 







264. 3 


269.8 


329 


8 


329 


4 


336 


4 


334 


5 


357.7 



lOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

59 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



Local L'ni c 


1961- 


32 


i 9 6 2 - 3 




:<0 J-D-. 






1 :?00- t 


2 , 






> G 3 - V 


* ^ t V - " - 


.9 


7 0-: i. 




Total State 








1 c 

J. J 


, OD / . / 


16 


,746.5 


18 


,355 





19,482 


2 


20 , 482 . 6 


22 


,367 





23 , 546 . 3 


24 


,048. 1 


23,646. 7 


Allegany 


296 





324.0 




305.0 




312.0 




319 


5 


349 





355.8 




365 


6 


363.9 




384.5 


385.2 


Anne Arundel 


1,002 





1,077.0 


1 


, 187.0 


1 


,341.0 


1 


,472 


8 


1,603.4 


1,681. 3 


1 


,827 


1 


1,935. 2 


1 


,980.0 


1,901.0 


Baltimore City 


3,379 





3,663. A 


4 


,051.9 


4 


, 148. 3 


4 


,481 


1 


4,489 


it 


4,477.6 


4 


,779 


3 


5,522.0 


4 


,864. 3 


4,714.0 


Bal timore 


2,029 





2,335.5 


2 


,392.4 


2 


,464. 1 


2 


.619 


6 


2,801 


5 


2,933.9 


3 


. 174 


5 


3,341.5 


3 


,360.4 


3,475.7 


Calvert 


102 


9 


110.2 




112.8 




122.0 




124 


4 


142 


7 


144.8 




128 


6 


137.1 




126,4 


151.0 


Caroline 


90 


5 


98.4 




103.6 




91.7 




105 


4 


1 on 


■i 


128.2 




131 


7 


131.0 




138,2 


132.0 


Carroll 


199 


8 


235.3 




242.5 




266.0 




297 


2 


j40 




356.6 




388 


6 


385.1 




413,0 


440.5 


Cecil 


211 





221.9 




223.2 




241.4 




253 


6 


268 


9 


272.0 




291 


6 


255.5 




253,8 


260.5 


Charles 


160 





172.6 




196.7 










A 
\J 


236 


5 


255.7 






O 

Z 


313.1 




348.1 


391.5 


Dorchester 


115 


5 


124.7 




130.0 




131.0 




152 


5 


158 


8 


149.1 




151 


5 


144.9 




152.5 


149.6 


Frederick 


320 


8 


352.8 




364.9 




384.5 




380 


4 


421 


5 


494.0 




513 





527.0 




581.7 


529.4 


Garrett 


105 





108.0 




106.0 




109.0 




122 


8 


123 


6 


127.2 




133 


3 


140.4 




154.9 


153.0 


Harford 


363 





382.9 




416.1 




HO J • D 




561 


8 


659 


6 


646.8 




OZO 


■7 


804.3 




819.9 


852. 1 


Howard 


193 





191.0 




209.3 




238.0 




237 





227 





291.0 




313 





351.5 




395.4 


500.2 


Kent 


75 




77 . 8 




79. 9 




83.5 




89 





94 





104. 7 




99 


7 


111.0 




110. 7 


109 . 8 


Montgomery 


2,178 





2,145.6 


2 


,237.3 


2 


,374.9 


2 


,590 


8 


2,753 





2,853.8 


3 


,162 


4 


3,416.9 


3 


,185.5 


3,229. 1 


Prince George' s 


1,572 





1,715.3 


2 


,093.5 


2 


,461.5 


2 


,909 





3,284 





3,699.0 


4 


,195 





4,026.0 


5 


,038.7 


4,532.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


84 





87.0 




39.5 




93.5 




94 


5 


103 





107.0 




106 


2 


101.4 




105.0 


116.7 


St. Mary's 


125 


8 


136.7 




156.5 




177.4 




235 


8 


200 





237.5 




227 


9 


276.0 




331.9 


292.6 


Somerset 


92 





95.3 




95.2 




96. 1 




96 


1 


97 


1 


96.3 




104 


1 


103.5 




104.0 


106.0 


Talbot 


92 





93.0 




95,0 




98.0 




106 


2 


110 


7 


108.2 




109 


2 


110.4 




122,0 


128.0 


Washington 


388 


5 


420.1 




415.6 




453.7 




468.0 


476 


1 


505.4 




520 


4 


538,5 




535,6 


564.0 


Wicomico 


227 





236.9 




241.7 




258.7 




276 


5 


280 


3 


286.1 




325 


2 


341,2 




374.8 




Worcester 


123 





122.6 




122. 1 




127.6 




131,0 


133 


5 


170.6 




166 


2 


168.9 




166.8 





NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

60 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



T n p A 1 I In 1 r 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970- 


]l 


1971-72 


Total State 


12 


406 


7 


13,596 


9 


14,368 


6 


15,452 


5 


16 


468 


9 


17,570 





18,832 


3 


19,998 


4 


21,309.7 


21,705 


8 


22,855.4 


Al 1 eg any 




355 





363 





374 





380 







427 





414 





421 





426 


6 


429.7 


453 


8 


452. 7 


Anne Arundel 




844 





913 





973 





1,093 





1 


139 


2 


1,235 


8 


1,378 


5 


1,392 


5 


1 500 6 


1,519 




1 788 7 


Baltimore City 


2 


986 





3,170 


4 


3, 308 


6 


3,484 


7 


3 


682 


4 


3,803 


6 


3,903 


9 


4,037. 


3 


4 701.0 


4 276 


5 


4,215.0 


Ba 1 timore 


1 


881 





2,116 


4 


2,323 


1 


2,490 


7 


2 


609 


8 


2,766 


8 


2,952 


5 


3,175 


6 


^ ^ 1 Q n 


J , O 7 / 



L 


J , OOU . \J 


Calvert 




84 


1 


90 


1 


96 


1 


99 


8 




102 


5 


116 


5 


132 


9 


118 





118.6 


125 


9 


141.5 


Caro 1 ine 




111 





113 


4 


118 


5 


135 


1 




141 


2 


133 


4 


141 


1 


130 


8 


J. Jo . o 




J 


i J J . J 


Carro 1 1 




263 





257 


7 


267 


2 


278 


6 




284 


8 


303 


3 


313 


9 


360 


7 


382. 4 




U 


All 1 


Ceci 1 




189 


5 


196 


6 


205 


3 


208 


9 




234 


5 


242 


9 


255 





319 


2 


/O J . J 


Q Q 


Q 

C5 


1 ft C\ 


Char le s 




153 





169 





189 


2 


190 







212 





239 





246 


8 


243 


3 


Z 7U . 


9 A 7 
ZD / 


1 
1 


J Z J • 


Dorchester 




126 


6 


129 


5 


135 


5 


140 


5 




148 


4 


153 


4 


150 


1 


155 


2 


159.4 


179 





171.5 






346 


2 


358 


5 


362 


8 


371 


3 




395 


8 


384 


5 


500 


5 


516 





459 . 9 


500 


4 


455. 5 


Garre tt 




84 





86 





89 





289 







104 


5 


109 





109 


8 


117 


9 


122.8 


124 


8 


123.5 


Harford 




350 





362.9 


389 


4 


415 


5 




452 


1 


488 


4 


543 





493 





595. 3 


695 


6 


680.9 


Howard 




161 





188.0 


210 


4 


231 







243 





326 





336 





385 


5 


438.0 


448 


9 


450.9 


Kent 




76 


4 


79 


2 


82 


2 


87 


7 




95 





92 


2 


96 


4 


102 





100 . 4 


95 


5 


99.3 


Montgomery 


1 


738 





1,922 


4 


2,050 


3 


2,337 


6 


2 


470 


8 


2,651 


4 


2,892 


8 


3,127 


8 


3,318.5 


3,346 





3,639.9 


Prince George ' s 


1 


550 





1,901 


3 


1,986 


4 


2,125 


1 


2 


305 


7 


2,623 





2,867 





3,272 





3,260.0 


3,406 





3,768.0 


Queen Anne' s 




88 





91 





90 





93.5 




100 





120 





126 


1 


139 





129.4 


134 


9 


120.6 


St. Mary's 




132 


3 


139 


9 


150 





158 







209 





200 





222 


3 


223 





235.6 


226 





308.0 


Somerset 




95 





97 


5 


98 


6 


101 


1 




104 


1 


104 


1 


103 


1 


104 


4 


113.8 


128 


7 


118.0 


Talbot 




90 





91 


2 


88 





94.0 




101 


2 


116 


3 


121 


3 


127 


8 


134.5 


142 


7 


148.0 


Washington 




385 


3 


422.9 


423 


9 


464.6 




490 


4 


520 


7 


549 


1 


566 


2 


578.5 


603 


9 


579.0 


Wicomico 




196 





216 





233 


7 


252 


4 




282 


2 


289 


4 


310 





301 


4 


333.7 


356 


4 


353.0 


Worcester 




121 


3 


121.0 


123 


4 


130 


4 




133 


3 


136 


3 


159 


2 


163 


2 


167.5 


167 


7 


193.4 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

61 



Positions in All Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Tota 1 
All 
Personne 1 


All 
Instruc- 
t iona 1 
Personne 1 










Positions in ^;Q^l^.struct iona . 




.s 








Total 


Adminis- 
tration 


Pupil 
Personnel* 


Health 
Services* 


Food 
Services* 


Operation 
of 
Plant* 


Mainte- 
nance of 
r lant 


Transpor- 
tat ion*/ 


Office 
and 
Cler ica 1 

c 4 f f 7 
D ta 1 1 


Total State 


75,172 


6 


55,474 


7 


19,697. 


9 


807 


9 


544 


6 


240 


6 


5,023 


7 


7, 725 


4 


1, 47 1. 


2, 190. 2 


1, 694. 5 


A llegany 






1, 025 


8 


442 








5 





3 





170. 


5 


186 


5 


20.0 


23.0 


24.5 


Anne Arunde 1 


z. 




4,410 


2 


1,662 








2 8 


r 






401. 





533 


5 


93. 5 


99. 


458. 


Ba 1 1 uno re City 


16,004 





11,828 





4, 176 





229 








3 





1, 144. 





2,015 





55.0 


58. 


372. 


Ha It imoTe 


10,494 


5 


7,977 


2 


2,517. 


3 


51 








50 





8. 





1,310 


2 


268.0 


649. 


150. 1 




453 


1 


383 


1 


70. 





6 


6 


2 


5 


1 





1. 


3 


39 


6 






5 . 6 


Caroline 


430 


1 


334 


1 


96. 





1 





2 





1 





49. 





37 


5 


3.5 


1.0 


1.0 


Ca rro 1 1 


1,314 


8 


1,001 


8 


313. 





6 


5 


5 









150. 


5 


102 







c fx 




Cec il 


806 


9 


663. 


4 


143. 


5 


7 


5 


4 





1 





14. 





78 





io. U 


o z 
O. 3 


12. 5 




1,231 


3 


932 


3 


299. 





11 





7 







- 


117. 





118 





/ / . U 


J. U 


io. U 


2J\JL. \-llC O L.C 1 


553 


1 


422 


9 


130. 


2 


3. 





3 





2 





63. 





31. 


2 




■? f\ 
Z . U 


1** , U 


Frederick 


1,697 


3 


1,211. 


2 


486. 


1 


14 





5 









188. 


2 






20.0 


107.0 


27.6 




393 


1 


333. 





60. 


1 


3 


4 


1 





2 


5 












J . U 


11.0 




1,999 


6 


1,681 





318. 


6 


14 


3 


9 


1 


12 


1 










try. u 


O T 1 


35. 


Howa rd 


1,462 


6 


1,145. 


6 


317. 





9 





4 









127. 


5 


129. 







3.0 


21.0 


Kent 


342 


5 


254 





88. 


5 


5 


5 


2 





1 





41. 





23. 





7.5 


5.5 


3.0 


Montgomery 


11, 119 


7 


8, 164 





2,955. 


7 


186 


7 


63 









664. 





1,086. 


6 


375.0 


372.9 


207.5 


Prince George's 


13,489 





9,482. 





4,007. 





144 





55 





147 





1,210. 





1,208. 





376.0 


628.0 


239.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


373 


9 


287. 





86. 


9 


2 





1 









34. 





25. 


1 


6.1 


14.9 


3.8 


St. Mary's 


992 


1 


749. 


6 


242. 


5 


8 


2 


5 





1 





106. 


1 


77. 


6 


24.6 


8.0 


12.0 


Scanerset 


282 


5 


240 





42. 


5 


3 





1 













28. 


5 


5.5 


1.0 


3.5 


Ta Ibot 


427 


2 


337 





90. 


2 


3 





1 





1 





42. 


8 


33. 


5 


4.5 


2.4 


2.0 


Washington 


2,064 





1,266. 


5 


797. 


5 


32 


5 


6 





1 





325. 





200. 


5 


32.5 


166.0 


34.0 


Wicomico 


1, 161 


7 


906 


7 


255. 





5 


7 


3 





12 





113. 


5 


92. 


8 


11.5 


2.0 


14.5 


Worcester 


539 


1 


438. 


3 


100. 


8 


2 


C 






2 





53. 


3 


35. 





1.1 


l.C 


5 . 4 



*Includes supervisory personnel serving this function. 
/Includes school bus drivers where local units own buses. 
^Serving all functions other then instruction. 



TABLE 

62 



Positions in Instructional Function: Prek-12: (dryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
t iona 1 
Personne 1 










Professiona 1 


Staff 














Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents. 
Directors, 

Supe rv isor s 


Pr incipa Is 
and 
Vice 
Principa Is 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
se lor s 


Aud io- 
visua 1 
Pe rsonne 1 


Psycho- 
logica 1 
Personne 1 


Total State 


55,474 . 


7 


47,233 


7 


731.6 


2,307 


5 


41, 728. 


7 


1,056. 


9 


1, 193. 


2 


28. 5 


187 


3 


4, 983. 


3 


3, 257.7 


A llegany 


1,025. 


8 


854 


8 


16.9 


50 





760 


9 


12. 





14. 





- 


1 





121. 


5 


49.5 


Anne Arundel 


4,410. 


2 


3,751 


7 


62.0 


205 


5 


3,295 


2 


82. 





87. 





2.0 


18 





316. 





342. 5 


Baltimore City 


ill . 




9 124 


Q 


195.0 


370 


Q 


8 133 


Q 


142 


Q 


217. 


Q 


- 


67 


Q 


c. t LO'4 . 


n 
u 


520.0 


Ba It imore 


7,977. 


2 


7,401 


7 


66.0 


354 





6,558 


7 


186. 





204. 





11.0 


22 





126. 





449.5 


Ca Ivert 


383. 


1 


299 





D . J 


11 





268 


3 


9. 





4. 


2 






- 


58. 





O 1 

/b . i 


Caroline 


334. 


1 


273 


3 


5.8 


14 





239 


6 


6. 


5 


7. 


4 


- 






41. 





19.8 


Carroll 


1,001. 


8 


867 


9 


16.0 


43 


5 


763 


4 


23. 





20. 





- 


2 





79. 





54. 9 


Cecil 


663. 


4 


588 


9 


10.4 


33 





516 


5 


14. 





15. 





- 






30. 





44. 5 


Charles 


932. 


3 


730 


8 


15.9 


45 





626 


9 


21. 





21. 







1 





141. 





60.5 


Dorchester 


422. 


9 


328 


2 




29 





275 


6 


9. 


2 


6. 





U.J 


1 





80. 


7 


14 . 


Frederick 


1,211. 


2 


1,008 


1 


23.2 


58 


5 


868 


3 


31. 


6 


23 


5 


1.0 


2 





122. 


9 


80.2 


Garrett 


333. 





281 


5 


5.0 


10 


5 


258 


5 


3. 





4. 


5 


- 






45. 





6.5 


Harford 


1,681. 





1,562 





29.0 


78 





1,380 


8 


38. 


2 


36 





- 






15. 





104.0 


Howa r d 


1, 145. 


6 


971 


6 


20. 5 


48 





837 


6 


34. 





29. 


5 




2 





72. 





102.0 


Kent 


254. 





213 


6 


4.5 


12 





184 


1 


6 





6. 







1 





24. 





16.4 


Montgomery 


8, 164. 





6,982 





113.0 


335 





6, 134 


5 


178. 


5 


192. 







29 





582. 





600.0 


Prince George ' s 


9,482 . 





8,364 





64.0 


398. 





7,436 





190. 





226 





12.0 


38 





598. 





520.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


287. 





243 





5.7 


13 





214 





3. 


5 


6. 


5 







3 


28. 





16.0 


St. Mary's 


749. 


6 


611 


6 


11.0 


34 





523 


7 


21. 


9 


18. 





1.0 


2 





82. 





56.0 


Somerset 


240. 





228 





4.0 


21 





197 





3. 





3 











3. 


5 


8.5 


Talbot 


337. 





282 





6.0 


18 





245 





7 





6. 











38. 





17.0 


Washington 


1,266. 


5 


1, 166 


5 


23.5 


65 





1,034 





19. 





24. 





1.0 






19. 





81.0 


Wicomico 


906. 


7 


735 





14.0 


44 


5 


653 


9 


7. 





14. 


6 




1 





118. 


7 


53.0 


Worcester 


438. 


3 


364 


5 


6.8 


17 





323 


2 


9 


5 


8 











58 





15.8 



TABLE 

63 



Positions in Instructional Function: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Elementary 
Instruct iona 1 
Per Sonne 1 












Praiessiona 1 


Staff 














Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors, 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
se lors 


Aud io- 
visua 1 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Per Sonne 1 


Total State 


29, 745. 


1 


Z4,016 


4 


369. 


7 


1,350 


7 


21,407 


7 


605 


7 


177. 


6 


14. 5 


90. 


3 


4, 127. 


8 


1, 600. 9 


Allegany 


540. 


1 


393 


1 


7 


9 


28 





355 


7 


1. 









- 


0. 


5 


120. 


5 


26.5 


Anne Arundel 


2,358. 





1,922 





21 





110 


5 


1,710 





57 


5 


12.0 


2.0 


9. 





287. 





149.0 


Baltimore City 


6,967. 





4,829 





115 





253 





4,299 





85 





47. 







30. 





1,869. 





269.0 


Baltimore 


3,815. 


4 


3, 508 


7 


33 





223 





3,070 


7 


103 





63. 





5.0 


11. 





82. 





224. 7 


Ca Ivert 


224. 


5 


154 


3 


3. 


3 


7 





138 





6 















56. 





14.2 


Caroline 


184. 





135 


5 


3. 


5 


6 





123 


5 


2 


5 






- 






40. 





8.5 


Carroll 


543. 


4 


447 


3 


6 


5 


18 





408 


8 


12 





1. 







1. 





77. 





19. 1 


Cecil 




5 


ZD J 


n 
\j 


^ 


5 


ID 


u 


Z J** 


C 

D 


o 


u 


4. 













U 


19. 5 


Charles 


566. 


9 


399 


4 


7 


9 


28 


6 


341 


3 


13 





8. 







0. 


6 


138. 





29.5 


Dorchester 


228. 


3 


152 


3 


2 


5 


18 





128 


1 


3 


2 








0. 


5 


70. 


5 


5.5 


Frederick 


672. 


3 


542 


2 


12 


8 


35 


7 


468 





22 





1. 


7 


- 


2. 





83. 


6 


46.5 


Garrett 


197. 





155 


5 


2 


5 


6 


5 


145 


5 


1 















40. 





1.5 


Harford 


921. 


6 


866 


6 


14 


5 


52 


5 


764 


4 


27 


2 


8. 





- 






7. 


5 


47. 5 


Howard 


597. 


2 


505 


7 


5. 


5 


18 





462 


2 


18 











2. 





44. 





47.5 


Kent 


142. 





111 


8 


2 





6 


5 


97 


8 


3 


5 


1. 


5 


- 


0. 


5 


22. 





8.2 


Montgomery 


3,884. 


8 


3,287 


6 


58 


5 


179 





2,924 


1 


103 


5 


10. 







12. 


5 


312. 





285.2 


Prince George's 


5,376. 


5 


4,566 


5 


34. 


5 


233. 





4,145 





114 





15. 





6.0 


19. 





537. 





273.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


152. 


3 


119 


8 


3 


1 


8 





106 


5 


1 





1. 







0. 


2 


23. 





9.5 


St. Mary's 


409. 


1 


298 


1 


5 


5 


17 





256 


5 


13. 


1 


4. 





1.0 


1. 





82. 





29.0 


Somerset 


114. 


5 


108 





2 





10 





96 



















3. 


5 


3.0 


Ta Ibot 


177. 


5 


131 


5 


3. 


5 


8 


5 


116 


5 


3 















36. 





10.0 


Wa shington 


627. 


2 


573 


2 


9 


2 


34 





525 





4 


5 






0.5 






14. 





40.0 


Wicomico 


510. 





375 


7 




7 


27 


5 


339 





1 















107. 


7 




Worcester 


221. 





167 


c 


3 


3 


6 




151 


6 


4 


7 












45. 


5 





I 



TABLE 

64 



Positions in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grand 

Total 
All Secondary 
Instruct iona 1 
Personne 1 








Prof essiona 1 


Q t- ^ f 














A ides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Pr inc ipa Is 
and 
Vice 
Pr inc ipa Is 


Teachers 


Llbrai 
ians 




Guidance 
Coun- 
se lors 


Aud io- 
visua 1 
Personne 1 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


To t a 1 State 


25, 729 . 6 


23,217.3 


361. 


9 


956.8 


20,321 





/, c: 1 
^ J i . 


Z 


1,015. 


4 


14 . 


97. 





855. 


5 


1, 656. 8 


Allegany 


485.7 


461.7 


9. 





22. 


405 


2 


11. 





14. 





- 





5 


1. 





23.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,052.2 


1,829.7 


41. 





95.0 


1,585 


2 


24. 


5 


75. 





- 


9 





29. 





193.5 


Baltimore City 


4,861.0 


42,95.0 


80.0 


117.0 


3, 834 





57. 





170. 





- 


37 





315. 





251.0 


Ba Itimore 


4, 161.8 


3,893.0 


33. 





131.0 


3,488 





83. 





141. 





6.0 


11 





44. 





224.8 


Ca Iver t 


i Jo . 


1 /i A 7 


3. 


2 


4.0 


130 


3 


■J • 


n 
U 


4. 


2 






- 


2. 





11.9 


Caroline 


150. 1 


137.8 


2. 


3 


8.0 


116 


1 


4. 





7. 


4 


- 






1. 





11.3 


Carroll 


458.4 


420.6 


9. 


5 


25. 5 


354 


g 


11. 





19. 


Q 


- 


I 





2 . 





35.8 


Cecil 


348.9 


323.9 


5. 


9 


17.0 


282 





8. 





11. 





- 










25.0 


Char les 


365.4 


331.4 


8. 





16.4 


285 


6 


8. 





13. 










4 


3. 





31.0 


Dorchester 


1 Q/, £. 


1 / J . y 


4. 


4 


11.0 


147 


5 


D . 


U 


6. 





U . J 


0. 


5 


10. 


2 


. J 


Frederick 


538.9 


465.9 


10. 


4 


22.8 


400 


3 


9. 


6 


21. 


8 


1.0 






39. 


3 


33.7 


Garrett 


136.0 


126.0 


2. 


5 


4.0 


113 





2. 





4. 


5 


- 






5. 





5.0 


Harford 


759.4 


695.4 


14. 


5 


25.5 


616 


4 


11. 





28. 





- 






7. 


5 


56.5 


Howa rd 


548.4 


465.9 


15. 





30.0 


375 


4 


16 





29. 


5 








28. 





54. 5 


Kent 


112.0 


101.8 


2. 


5 


5.5 


86 


3 


2. 


5 


4 


5 







5 


2. 





8.2 


Montgomery 


4,279.2 


3,694.4 


54. 


5 


156.0 


3,210 


4 


75. 





182. 







16 


5 


270. 





314.8 


Prince George ' s 


4,105.5 


3,797.5 


29.5 


165.0 


3,219 





76. 





211. 





6.0 


19 





61. 





247.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


134.7 


123.2 


2. 


6 


5.0 


107 


5 


2. 


5 


5. 


5 







1 


5. 





6. 5 


St. Mary's 


340.5 


313.5 


5. 


5 


17.0 


267 


2 


8. 


8 


14 







1 









27.0 


Somerset 


125.5 


120.0 


2. 





11.0 


101 





3. 





3. 















5.5 


Talbot 


159.5 


150.5 


2. 


5 


9.5 


128 


5 


4. 





6 











2. 





7.0 


Washington 


639.3 


593.3 


14. 


3 


31.0 


509 





14. 


5 


24. 





0.5 






5. 





41.0 


Wicomico 


396.7 


359.3 


6. 


3 


17.0 


314 


9 


6. 





14. 


6 







5 


11. 





26.4 


Worcester 


217.3 


196.9 


3. 


5 


10. 6 


171 


6 


4. 


8 


6. 


4 








12. 


5 


7.9 



TABLE 

65 

Secretarial and Clerical Positions in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Grades K-12 




Grades K 


-6 






Grades 7 


-12 








Central 


In 








Central 


In 




Total 


Central 


In 




Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total 


Office 


Schools 


Office 


Schools 


Total State 


3 ,257 


7 


889 


7 


2 , 368 . 





I ,ouu 


Q 


424. 







9 


1,656.8 


465 . 


7 


1 1 Q1 1 


Allegany 


49 


5 


12 





37 


5 


26 


5 


6. 


5 




u 


23.0 


J . 


J 


17.5 


Anne Arundel 


342 


5 


67 





275 


5 


149 





9. 





140 





193.5 


58. 





I J J . J 


Baltimore City 


520 





520 









269 





269.0 






251.0 


251. 







Baltimore 


449 


5 


34 


1 








7 


17.0 


207 


7 


224.8 


17 . 


X 


OfM 7 


Calvert 


26 


1 


2 


7 


23 


4 


1 A 
I'* 


, 2 


1. 


7 


1 


c 

J 


11.9 


1 

1 . 


Q 


in Q 


Caroline 


19 


.8 


7 





12 


8 


8 


.5 


3. 


5 


c 

D 


r\ 
u 


11.3 


3 


5 


7.8 


Carroll 


54 


.9 


5 


5 


49 


4 


19 


.1 


2. 


5 


16 


6 


35.8 


3 





32 . 8 


Cecil 


44 


.5 


7 


.0 


37 


5 


19 


.5 


3. 


5 


16 





25.0 


3 


5 


? 1 ^ 


Charles 


60 


.5 


12 


5 


48 





29 


.5 


5. 





OA 


c 

J 


31.0 


y 


i: 
J 




Dorchester 


14 


.0 


5 





9 





5 


.5 


2. 


5 


J 


U 


8.5 


9 


c. 
J 




Frederick 


80 


.2 


11 


.5 


68 


7 


46 


.5 


4. 





42 


5 


33.7 


7 


5 


26.2 


Garrett 


6 


.5 


3 


.0 


3 


5 


1 


.5 


1 


5 






5.0 


1 


5 


J.J 


Harford 


104 


.0 


11.0 


93 





47 


.5 


5 


5 


42 





56.5 


5 


5 


3 1 • u 


Howard 


102 


.0 


9 


.0 


93 





47 


,5 


3 


5 


44 





54.5 


5 


5 




Kent 


16 


.4 


4.0 


12 


4 


8 


.2 


2 





6 


2 


8.2 


2 





6.2 


Mont gomery 


600.0 


130 


.1 


469 


.9 


285 


.2 


63 


8 


221 


.4 


314.8 


66 


3 


24S.5 


Prince George's 


520 


.0 






520 


.0 


273 


.0 






273 


.0 


247.0 






247.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


16.0 


3.0 


13 


.0 


9 


.5 


1 


5 


8 


.0 


6.5 


1 


5 


5.0 


St. Mary's 


56 


.0 


15 


.0 


41 


.0 


29.0 


7 





22 


.0 


27.0 


8 





19.0 


Somerset 


8 


.5 


1 


.0 


7 


.5 


3 


.0 





5 


2 


.5 


5.5 





.5 


5.0 


Talbot 


17 


.0 


4 


.0 


13 


.0 


10 


.0 


2 





8 


.0 


7.0 


2 


.0 


5.0 


Washington 


81.0 


18 


.0 


63 


.0 


40 


.0 


9 





31 


.0 


41.0 


9 


.0 


32.0 


Wicomico 


53.0 


5 


.5 


47 


.5 


26 


.6 


2 


6 


24 


.0 


26.4 


2 


.9 


23.5 


Worcester 


15 


.8 


1 


.8 


14 


.0 


7 


.9 





9 


7 


.0 


7.9 





.9 


7.0 



TABLE 

66 



Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 


Administration 


Pupil Personnel 


Health Services 


Super- 
intendents , 

and 
Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 
Personnel 


Directors 
and 

Supervisors* 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 




19,697 


9 


60 5 


344 


4 


403 





415.5 


129 . 1 


J . u 


Z J / . D 


Allegany 


442 


5 


2 .0 


7 





1 





5 .0 




■ 


3.0 


Anne Arundel 


1,662 





2 .0 


17 





30 





28.0 








Baltimore City 







9.0 







TOO 





179.0 


121.0 


1 


3.0 


Baltimore 


2,517 


3 


11.0 


35 





5 





31.0 


- 


1.0 


49.0 




70 





1 r\ 


3 


6 


2 





^ . -> 






1 . 


Caroline 


96 





1 .0 








- 


2 . 






1.0 


Carroll 


313 





1 .0 


5 


5 






5 .0 








Cecil 


143 


5 


1.5 


3 





3 





4.0 


_ 




1.0 


Charles 


299 





2.0 


7 





2 





7.0 


- 


- 


- 


rVlT'^'Vl A C t" f» T* 


130 


2 


2 .0 


1 









3 . 






2 .0 


Frederick 


486 


1 


1.0 


12 





1 





5 . 








Garrett 


60 


1 


1.0 


2 


4 






1.0 


- 


- 


2.5 


Harford 


318 


.6 


2.0 


12 








3 


9.0 


0.1 




12.1 


Howard 


317 





2.0 


3 





4 





4.0 








Kent 


88 


5 


1.0 


1 


5 


3 





2.0 






1.0 


Montgomery 


2,955 


7 


5.0 


63 





118 


7 


55.0 


8.0 






Prince George's 


4,007 


.0 


5.0 


57 





82 





55.0 




2.0 


145.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


86 


9 


2.0 










1.0 








St. Mary's 


242 


.5 


1.0 


6 


2 


1 





5.0 






1.0 


Somerset 


42 


.5 


1.0 


2 









1.0 








Talbot 


90 


.2 


2.0 


1 









1.0 






1.0 


Washington 


797 


5 


2.0 


2 


5 


28 





6.0 






1.0 


Wicomico 


255 


.0 


2.0 


3 


7 






3.0 






12.0 


Worcester 


100 


.8 


1.0 


1 









1.0 






2.0 



*Includes Visiting Teachers and School Social Workers. 



TABLE 

66 



Staff Employed in Non instructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 (continued) 



Local Unit 


Food Services 


Operation of Plant 


Ma intenance 


of Plant 


Transpor tat ion 


Office 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other* 


and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Trtt-nl C t- t- n 

iOca.i otare 


28 


.2 


4,995.5 


27 


.2 


7,698.2 




1 Alt; ~i 


58 


8 


2,131 


4 


1 ,694.5 


Allegany 




n 
■ \j 


169.5 


1 


n 
. u 


185 .5 


1.0 


19.0 


Z 


rt 
u 


i. 1 





24.5 


Anne Arundel 


1 


.0 


400 .0 


2 


.5 


531.0 


9 ^ 


01 n 

7 I , u 


6 


.0 


93 





ACQ rt 


Da L L JJllU X, C V> X L y 


11 


.0 


1 , 133 . 


1 


.0 


2 ,014.0 




Ci 

j3 . U 


1 


.0 


57 





1 1'i rt 


6a 1 ti unoire 


2 


.0 


6.0 


6 


.0 


1,304.2 


, U 


9 9A n 


11 


.0 


638 


.0 


150 . 1 







.1 


1.2 




- 


39.6 




11 ^ 
I i . 3 





.9 


1 





5 . 6 


Caroline 






49.0 


A 
\J 




37.0 


0.5 


3.0 


i 


A 
. U 






1.0 


uarro i i 




- 


150.5 





.5 


101.5 




.U 


2 


.0 


3 





21,5 


Cecil 




- 


14.0 




- 


78.0 




18,0 


2 





6 


5 


12,5 


L.na L i es 


2 


.0 


115.0 


1 


.0 


117.0 






3 


.0 




- 


16,0 


Do ircb.es t er 




- 


63.0 




- 


31.2 




12. 


1 


.0 


1. 





14. 


Frederick 


1 


.0 


187.2 






124.3 


2.0 


18.0 


3 





104 





27.6 


Gar re 1 1 












34.0 


n c 
. 


I .0 


1 





4 





11.0 


net t i. Oi u. 








2 


.0 


174.0 






3 





20 


1 


9 C rt 


Howard 





.5 


127.0 





.5 


128,5 


0.5 


23.0 


3 









21.0 


Kent 






41,0 






23.0 




7.5 


1 





4 


5 


3.0 


Montgomery 


2 


.0 


662.0 


5 


.0 


1,081.6 


1.0 


374.0 


1 





371 


9 


207.5 


Prince George's 


5 


.0 


1,205.0 


3 


.0 


1,205.0 


6,0 


370,0 


9 





619 





239.0 


Queen Anne ' s 






34.0 





.1 


25.0 


0,1 


6.0 





9 


14 





3,8 


St. Mary's 





,1 


106.0 





.6 


77.0 


0.6 


24.0 


2 





6 





12.0 


Somerset 











.5 


28.0 


0.5 


5.0 


1 









3,5 


Talbot 






42.8 






33.5 


0,5 


4.0 


1 





1 


4 


2.0 


Washington 


1 


.0 


324.0 


2 


.5 


198,0 


2.5 


30,0 


1 





165 





34.0 


Wicomico 





.5 


113.0 






92.8 




11,5 


1 





1 





14.5 


Worcester 


1 


.0 


52.3 





.5 


34.5 


0.5 


0.6 


1 









5.4 



-Includes school bus drivers where 



local units own buses. 



TABLE 

67 

Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Local Unit 






Teachers 
















Teachers 
















Teachers 








Total 


and 




Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 


and 




Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 


and 




Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 








Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 






Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 






Principals 


pists 


ogist s 


A ides 


Total State 


3,934 


3 


3 ,094 


5 


245 





63.7 


531 


1 


2,649 


8 


1 ,964 





216 


4 


36.9 


432 


5 


1,284 


5 


1 , 130 


5 


28.6 


26.8 


98.6 


Allegany 


53 





41 





1 





- 


11 





43. 





31 





1 





- 


11 





10 





10 





- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


322 





229 





36 





18.0 


39 





229 





159 





30 





9.0 


31 





93 





70 





6.0 


9.0 


8.0 


Baltimore City 


1,164 


2 


998 


9 


63 


8 




101 


5 


650 





523 


8 


54 


7 




71 


5 


514 


2 


475 


1 


Q 1 




■^n n 

JU . u 


Baltimore 


554 


5 


408 





66 


4 


22.0 


58 


1 


434 


4 


309 





57 


9 


11.0 


56 


5 


120 


1 


99 





8.5 


11.0 


1.6 


Calvert 


24 


4 


19 


4 


2 





- 


3 





19 


2 


15 


2 


2 





- 


2 





5 


2 


4 


2 


- 


- 


1.0 


Caroline 


23 





15 







- 


- 


8 





12 





6 







- 


- 


6 





11 





9 





- 


- 


2.0 


Carroll 


89 


5 


70 


5 


3 


3 


2.7 


13 





64 


3 


47 





2 


8 


1.5 


13 





25 


2 


23 


5 


0.5 


1.2 


- 


Cecil 


34 


8 


32 


5 


2 


3 








21 





18 


7 


2 


3 








13 


8 


13 


8 








Charles 


50 


5 


39 


5 


5 





_ 


6 





40 


9 


30 


9 


5 





- 


5 





9 


6 


8 


6 


- 


- 


1.0 


Dorchester 


13 


6 


11 


6 






- 


2 





2 


1 


2 


1 






- 






11 


5 


9 


5 


- 


- 


2.0 


Frederick 


42 





28 





7 





- 


7 





38 





24 





7 





- 


7 





4 





4 





- 


- 




Garrett 


23 





15 





2 







6 





18 





11 





2 







5 





5 





4 









1.0 


Harford 


205 





185 





6 





2.0 


12 





136 


5 


118 


5 


6 





2.0 


10 





68 


5 


66 


5 






2.0 


Howa r d 


73 


5 


50 


5 


6 





1.0 


16 





60 


1 


37 


1 


6 





1.0 


16 





13 


4 


13 


4 








Kent 


29 


2 


25 





1 





1.2 


2 





24 


9 


21 





1 





0.9 


2 





4 


3 


4 







0.3 




Montgomery 


409 


4 


279 


8 


11 


1 


1.5 


117 





254 


2 


165 


8 


8 


4 


1.0 


79 





155 


2 


114 





2.7 


0.5 


38.0 


Prince George's 


540 


1 


424 


2 


19 


8 


14.3 


81 


8 


411 


2 


308 


1 


18 


3 


10.0 


74 


8 


128 


9 


116 


1 


1.5 


4.3 


7.0 


Queen Anne's 


46 





29 





5 







12 





42 





25 





5 







12 





4 





4 











St. Mary's 


62 


2 


45 


2 


4 





1.0 


12 





41 


8 


28 


3 


4 





0.5 


9 





20 


4 


16 


9 




0.5 


3.0 


Somerset 


8 





5 











3 





5 





3 











2 





3 





2 









1.0 


Talbot 


21 





14 





2 







5 





17 





10 





2 







5 





4 





4 











Washington 


94 





85 





1 







8 





50 





42 





1 







7 





44 





43 









1.0 


Wicomico 


36 


4 


29 


4 





3 




6 


7 


23 


2 


16 


5 








6 


7 


13 


2 


12 


9 


0.3 






Worcester 


15 





14 











1 





12 





11 











1 





3 





3 












TABLE 

68 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1971 



Number of 
Teachers 
and 
Principa Is 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


o 
u 
o 

e 

4-1 

a 
ta 


Calvert 


Caroline 


o 
u 
u 
a 
o 


Cecil 


o 

u 
a 
X 

o 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


-o 
u 
o 

U4 

u 
a 


u 
« 

s 


c 


Montgomery 


n 

c 
eo 

U) 

O 

ai 
u 

u 
u 
c 

u 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Tnlbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


973 


29 


78 


162 


113 


9 


6 


17 


16 


17 


16 


26 


15 


28 


19 


5 


142 


173 


7 


17 


12 


8 


30 


18 


10 


1.0 - 1.9 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 


- 




- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 






1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2.0 - 2.9 


4 


_ 




1 


- 




_ 


- 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3.0 - 3.9 


14 


2 


_ 




- 


_ 


1 


- 


_ 


1 


4 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


4.0 - 4.9 


13 


1 


1 


1 


- 


_ 




- 




- 


2 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


_ 






2 


2 


2 


5.0 - 5.9 


11 




1 


2 


- 


1 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 




2 


3 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 




_ 


_ 


_ 


2 






6.0 - 6.9 


11 


1 


1 


2 


- 






- 




- 


2 




3 


- 


- 


- 




- 




1 








1 




7.0 - 7.9 


9 


1 


1 




- 






2 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


- 




- 






_ 


2 


_ 






8.0 - 8.9 


14 


4 


2 


2 


- 


1 




- 




- 




1 




- 


- 


1 


1 


- 








1 








9.0 - 9.9 


16 


1 


1 


3 


1 






- 




- 


1 


2 




- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 










10.0 - 10.9 


19 


3 




4 


- 






- 


1 


- 








- 


1 


- 


2 


3 




1 


1 






2 




11.0 - 11.9 


25 


3 


2 


2 


3 






- 


2 


2 








1 


- 


- 


4 


1 


1 


2 








1 




12,0 - 12.9 


21 




1 


3 


- 






1 




- 


2 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


7 


2 




1 












13.0 - 13.9 


33 


3 


1 


6 


- 






- 


2 


3 




2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


12 


2 
















14.0 - 14.9 


23 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 






- 


- 


- 


7 


2 


1 


2 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


15.0 - 15.9 


28 




5 


2 


- 




1 


2 




- 








- 


- 


- 


9 


3 




1 


2 




1 


1 


1 


16.0 - 16.9 


40 


1 


4 


5 


3 


1 




- 


1 


- 


1 




1 


- 


- 


1 


8 


6 


1 






1 


5 




1 


17.0 - 17.9 


33 


2 




4 


2 


1 




2 


1 


- 




3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


8 


6 


1 


1 




1 








18.0 - 18.9 


28 


2 




3 


3 






1 


1 


- 




1 




2 


1 


- 


7 


5 










2 






19.0 - 19.9 


31 


1 




2 


4 






1 


1 


- 




3 




- 


1 


- 


10 


4 




1 




1 


2 






20.0 - 20.9 


32 




2 


6 


- 


1 




1 


1 


- 




1 




1 


1 


- 


8 


10 
















21.0 - 21.9 


32 


1 


4 


2 


3 


1 




- 


2 


2 








- 


1 


1 


8 


3 








2 


2 






22.0 - 22.9 


29 




1 


1 


1 






1 


1 


1 


1 


1 




- 


2 


1 


7 


6 




3 






1 


1 




23.0 - 23.9 


34 




1 


4 


4 




1 


- 




1 




1 




1 


3 


- 


4 


9 




1 






1 


1 


2 


24.0 - 24.9 


36 




6 


5 


4 


1 












1 


1 


1 


4 




3 


7 




1 






1 




1 


25.0 - 25.9 


30 




5 


2 


6 






1 








1 




2 


o 




1 


7 




1 






1 




1 


26.0 - 26.9 


53 




4 


6 


9 






1 




2 




2 




2 


2 




7 


15 










1 


1 


1 


27.0 - 27.9 


41 




3 


2 


8 




1 




1 


1 








3 






5 


15 










1 


1 




28.0 - 28.9 


49 




11 


12 


4 






1 




1 




1 




2 






5 


10 












2 




29.0 - 29.9 


29 




3 


8 


5 










1 




1 










3 


8 
















30.0 - 30.9 


29 




3 


5 


4 






1 














1 




2 


10 


1 








1 


1 




31.0 - 31.9 


39 


1 


3 


7 


7 






1 












3 






4 


12 












1 




32.0 - 32.9 


22 




4 


8 


3 




1 








1 












3 


2 
















33.0 - 33.9 


30 


1 


2 


8 


7 




1 










1 










2 


7 












1 




34.0 - 34.9 


23 






4 


6 






1 




1 








4 






1 


6 
















35.0 - over 


89 




4 


38 


25 


1 












1 




5 






3 


11 












1 





NOTE: Includes elementary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except for middle schools which are 
included in toto with nigh schools. 



TABLE 

69 



Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1971 



Number of 
Teachers 
and 
Pr incipa Is 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Ca Ivert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Freder ick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 

ll 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


AH Schools 


377 


11 


20 


55 


47 


2 


4 


11 


9 


9 


5 


10 


4 


10 


12 


4 


52 


59 


4 


7 


-, 




16 


8 


7 


1.0 


_ 


2.9 


2 
























1 
















1 










3.0 


_ 


4.9 


1 
























1 


























5.0 


_ 


6.9 


3 






1 
















1 


















1 










7.0 


- 


8.9 


6 




1 


1 


2 






















1 










1 










9.0 




10, 9 


3 








1 




































1 


1 




11.0 




12.9 


3 


- 


- 


1 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 




- 


13.0 




14.9 


6 


1 


1 


1 














1 














1 














1 


15.0 




16.9 


4 


1 
















1 
















1 




1 












17.0 




18.9 


6 






2 
























1 








1 


1 








1 


19.0 




20.9 


6 






1 








1 


1 




















2 






1 








21.0 




22.9 


9 


1 




1 


I 






1 




1 


1 








1 


















1 


1 


23.0 




24.9 


9 








1 




1 


1 


















2 


1 


1 






1 




1 




25.0 




29.9 


15 


1 




1 








1 


2 






1 






1 












1 




5 




2 


30.0 




34.9 


22 




1 


2 






1 




3 


2 










2 




2 


2 




1 


2 




2 


1 


1 


35.0 




39,9 


21 


2 




4 






2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


4 
















40.0 




44,9 


24 


1 




2 








1 






1 


2 


1 




3 




3 


5 




1 




1 


2 




1 


45.0 




49.9 


22 


1 






1 






1 


1 


2 




3 




1 


1 




1 


7 










3 






50.0 




54.9 


20 






1 




1 




1 


1 










2 


1 




4 


8 




1 












55.0 




59.9 


24 


1 


I 


1 


2 






1 






1 


1 






1 




9 


6 
















60.0 




64.9 


18 






4 












1 












1 


7 


5 
















65.0 




69.9 


19 




1 




3 










1 










1 




2 


5 




1 




1 




4 




70.0 




74.9 


23 


1 


1 


3 


6 






1 


















5 


4 


1 


I 












75.0 




79.9 


20 


1 




3 


10 
















1 


1 






2 


1 










1 






80.0 




84.9 


10 






2 


7 
























1 


















85.0 




89,9 


13 




2 


2 


3 






1 












1 






4 


















90,0 




94,9 


12 




1 


3 


2 


1 
















1 






2 


1 










1 






95.0 




99,8 


7 




3 


1 


1 
























2 


















100,0 




over 


49 




8 


18 


7 














1 




2 






5 


8 

















NOTE: Includes secondary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except middle schools. The total staff 
of middle schools is included above. 



TABLE 

70 



Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 

Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 



English 



Number 
of 



Latin 



Number 
of 



French 



Number 
of 



Spanish 



Number 
of 



Other 
Lan- 
guages 



Number 
of 



Social 
Studies 



Number 
of 



Mathe- 
mat ics 



Number 
of 



Science 



Number 
of 



Business 
Education 



Number 
of 



Arts 

and 

Crafts 



Number 
of 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Kontgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



3,817 

77 
317 
572 
569 

32 

24 
63 
80 
62 
28 

67 
25 
151 
101 
22 

620 
684 
27 
53 
22 

25 
103 
59 
34 



353 

10 
19 
50 
42 
2 

4 
10 
9 
8 
4 

10 
4 
10 
11 
4 

51 
58 
4 
6 
7 

4 
14 
6 
6 



95 

3 
8 
4 
5 
1 

I 
1 
1 

1 

4 

3 
4 
1 

21 
25 



88 

3 
7 
4 
5 
1 

1 
1 
1 



3 
4 
1 

19 
21 



602 

14 
37 
113 
87 
3 

4 
7 
4 
7 
5 

8 
3 
12 
17 
5 

133 
105 
2 
4 
3 

3 
17 
5 



298 

10 
17 
43 
40 

2 

4 
5 
3 
4 

4 

7 
2 
6 
10 

4 

50 
57 
1 
3 
3 

2 
13 
5 

3 



470 

5 
25 
70 
91 



8 
9 
1 

121 
97 
2 
4 



236 

4 
11 
34 
41 



4 
5 
1 

48 
57 
1 
3 



111 

* 1 

* 6 
,'26 
/18 



* 4 

* 1 



* 4 
1 



/24 
/23 



89 

* 1 

* 4 
/22 

m 



* 3 
1 



m 
m 



* 2 

* 1 



3,262 

68 
274 
465 
515 

26 

19 
55 
55 
53 
34 

68 
22 
143 
75 
18 

514 
563 
25 
37 
21 

19 
102 
60 

31 



352 

10 
19 
47 
42 
2 

4 
10 
9 
8 
5 

10 
4 
9 

11 

4 

52 
58 
4 
6 
7 

4 
15 
6 

6 



2,786 

57 
211 
437 
410 

18 

16 
53 
51 
38 
23 

56 
17 
84 
57 
15 

429 
595 
15 
29 
19 

15 
65 
48 

28 



354 

10 
19 
49 
43 
2 

4 
10 
8 
8 
5 

10 
4 
10 
11 
4 

51 
58 
4 
6 
7 

4 
14 
6 

7 



2,536 

56 
219 
396 
420 

17 

15 
48 
49 
42 
20 

54 
17 
86 
55 
16 

403 
402 
13 
29 
17 

17 
82 
40 
23 



352 

10 
19 
47 
43 
2 

4 
10 
8 
8 
5 

10 
4 
10 
11 
4 

51 
58 
4 
6 
7 

4 
14 
6 

7 



1,251 

30 
119 
262 
158 
7 

14 
18 
15 
18 
16 

36 
7 
41 
25 
6 

130 
232 
8 
14 
12 

10 
34 
24 

15 



240 

9 
12 
43 
21 

2 

4 
5 
5 
4 
3 

7 
2 
5 
8 
1 

24 
57 
2 
2 
4 

2 
8 
7 

3 



284 

5 
44 



3 
2 
4 
2 
1 

9 
2 
8 
10 



64 
97 
1 



21 
6 

5 



135 

4 
13 



30 
41 
1 



10 
4 
3 



Note: T - Teachers: S - Schools. 



*German 

/Includes 23 teachers and 19 schools teaching German, 3 teachers and 3 schools each teaching Hebrew, Russian, and Swahili in Baltinwre City; 12 teachers 
and 7 schools teaching German, and 5 teachers and 6 schools teaching Russian in Baltimore County; 22 teachers and 15 schools teaching German, and 2 
teachers and 2 schools teaching Russian in Montgomery County; 20 teachers and 19 schools teaching German, and 3 teachers and 2 schools teaching Russian 
in Prince George's County. 



TABLE 



Ninnber of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 




Fall of 1971 



Local Unit 


Art 


Music 


Agri- 
culture 


Home 
Eco- 
nomics 


Physical 
Edu- 
cation 


Industrial Education 


Driver 

Edu- 
cation 


Special 

Edu- 
cation 


Adminis- 
tration, 
Super- 
vision 


Guidance 


Library 


Arts 


Voca- 
t iona 1 


Techi- 
nical 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


T 


S 


T 


s 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


:otal State 


694 


311 


910 


339 


88 


65 


928 


348 


1 ,872 


356 


1 ,070 


334 


848 


171 


24 


16 


212 


115 


722 


245 


1 ,066 


366 


1 ,048 


356 


483 


335 


Allegany 


14 


8 


24 


10 


2 


2 


23 


10 


41 


10 


27 


10 


17 


3 


2 


1 


10 


7 


7 


5 


22 


11 


17 


10 


15 


9 


Anne Arundel 


40 


17 


75 


18 


3 


3 


67 


18 


142 


18 


82 


18 


45 


11 










41 


17 


91 


20 


69 


18 


27 


18 


Baltimore City 


135 


44 


135 


46 






183 


49 


269 


53 


199 


40 


215 


33 


/ 


/ 






316 


41 


176 


52 


183 


55 


82 


46 


6a 1 1 imor e 


147 


41 


153 


41 


2 


1 


131 


41 


297 


42 


150 


41 


99 


17 






24 


18 


69 


36 


129 


44 


156 


44 


82 


42 


Calvert 


4 


2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


8 


2 


13 


2 


8 


2 


8 


1 






1 


1 


2 


1 


10 


2 


7 


2 


3 


2 


Caroline 


5 


4 


8 


4 


1 


1 


7 


4 


14 


4 


6 


4 


6 


2 






2 


2 


6 


2 


8 


4 


10 


4 


4 


4 


Carroll 


15 


10 


22 


10 


5 


5 


16 


10 


44 


10 


22 


9 


31 


4 


1 


1 


6 


4 


7 


5 


27 


11 


23 


11 


10 


9 


Cecil 


7 


7 


11 


8 


3 


2 


12 


8 


30 


8 


14 


8 


21 


3 


1 


1 


5 


5 


11 


8 


16 


9 


13 


9 


8 


8 


Charles 


12 


7 


15 


8 


8 


5 


16 


9 


31 


8 


15 


8 


14 


5 


1 


1 


3 


3 


14 


6 


22 


9 


18 


8 


8 


8 


Dorchester 


5 


4 


7 


4 


3 


2 


9 


5 


19 


5 


9 


4 


2 


1 






2 


2 


6 


3 


11 


5 


6 


5 


7 


5 


Frederick 


18 


10 


26 


10 


7 


5 


19 


10 


45 


10 


23 


10 


27 


8 






9 


7 


4 


3 


28 


10 


22 


10 


12 


10 


Garrett 


3 


2 


5 


2 


2 


2 


5 


2 


14 


4 


6 


3 


10 


2 






3 


2 


3 


1 


7 


4 


4 


2 


3 


3 


Harford 


16 


8 


31 


9 


5 


2 


27 


9 


61 


9 


34 


9 


19 


4 






12 


5 


18 


8 


27 


10 


26 


10 


10 


9 


Hows IT d 


12 


8 


24 


11 


2 


1 


18 


12 


34 


11 


24 


11 


17 


3 






4 


4 


13 


10 


29 


12 


29 


12 


17 


11 


Kent 


5 


3 


5 


4 


2 


1 


5 


4 


12 


4 


4 


4 


8 


1 






1 


1 


3 


3 


11 


4 


10 


4 


4 


4 


Montgomery 


107 


46 


119 


52 


12 


10 


128 


52 


294 


52 


165 


52 


112 


30 


9 


7 


45 


20 


67 


31 


158 


52 


179 


52 


73 


51 


Prince George's 


102 


57 


155 


58 


11 


9 


179 


58 


354 


59 


201 


57 


95 


25 


3 


3 


60 


19 


95 


44 


179 


58 


199 


58 


70 


52 


Queen Anne ' s 


2 


2 


5 


3 


2 


1 


4 


3 


11 


4 


6 


4 


13 


1 


5 


1 


3 


1 


4 


2 


7 


4 


6 


4 


5 


4 


St. Mary's 


. 9 


6 


14 


6 


3 


2 


11 


6 


24 


6 


10 


6 


17 


3 






3 


3 


10 


4 


19 


7 


17 


7 


9 


7 


Somerset 


1 


1 


4 


3 


1 


1 


5 


5 


13 


7 


4 


4 


2 


2 






1 


1 


1 


1 


13 


6 


4 


3 


4 


4 


Talbot 


6 


4 


9 


4 


1 


1 


6 


4 


11 


4 


7 


4 


3 


1 






3 


1 


3 


2 


9 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Washington 


11 


10 


36 


14 


8 


5 


26 


14 


47 


13 


30 


14 


30 


6 


2 


1 


6 


4 


15 


9 


31 


15 


23 


12 


15 


14 


Wicomico 


13 


6 


14 


6 


1 


1 


15 


7 


35 


7 


16 


6 


26 


4 






7 


3 


7 


3 


18 


7 


15 


7 


6 


6 


Worcester 


5 


4 


10 


6 


3 


2 


8 


6 


17 


6 


8 


6 


U 


1 






2 


2 






18 


6 


7 


5 


5 


5 



^ote: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 



TABLE 

71 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



Type of Certificate 


1 Q 1 AO 
1 VD i-O Z 


1 OA AT 


1 O A 7 A /. 


1 Q A /. A *\ 


1 O A ^ A A 


1 Q A A A 7 
1 70D- O / 


lOAT Afi 
l7D / - DO 


A7DO-D7 


1 QAQ Id 


I7 /U- / i 


1 Q7 1 "7 


Grand Total 


t,673 


1,879 


1,988 


2,258 


★2,737 


2,448 


2,954 


3,511 


3,256 


3,530 


4,177 


Elementary 


677 


740 


732 


837 


1,016 


1,054 


1,305 


1,612 


1,443 


1,574 


1,952 


Secondary 


996 


1,138 


1,256 


1,421 


/I, 667 


/I, 334 


/I, 571 


/I, 793 


/I, 632 


1,725 


/I, 966 


Agricul ture 


15 


7 


3 


7 


8 


5 


10 


8 


3 


8 


7 


Art 


45 


57 


79 


101 


87 


68 


78 


147 


90 


134 


135 


Business Education 


24 


30 


21 


35 


57 


32 


38 


48 


33 


39 


92 


Eng 1 i sh 


134 


202 


282 


288 


284 


228 


310 


324 


306 


274 


284 


Foreign Languages 


57 


65 


81 


109 


70 


88 


119 


113 


146 


115 


148 


Home Economics 


41 


53 


46 


59 


66 


54 


65 


75 


87 


85 


84 


Industrial Education 


19 


18 


15 


18 


11 


21 


11 


40 


51 


35 


50 


Mathematics 


4i 




72 




ICQ 


"t 1 A 


ICQ 


1 QA 

ioU 




ill 




Music 


47 


47 


45 


59 


99 


57 


60 


68 


57 


65 


46 


Physical Education 


71 


107 


118 


164 


149 


122 


118 


142 


181 


215 


285 


Science : 
























General Science 


22 


37 


40 


48 




20 


?^47 


m 


33 


61 


21 


Biology 


17 


41 


76 


45 


80 


93 


89 


78 


71 


82 


66 


Chemistry 


9 


8 


5 


10 


19 


23 


18 


16 


6 


7 


18 


Physics 


5 


2 


15 


3 


9 


1 


4 


8 


4 


4 


4 


Social Science 


154 


262 


276 


324 


432 


347 


363 


435 


356 


430 


428 


Speech 


23 


19 


31 


31 


8 


12 


20 


29 


21 


32 


53 


Junior High (General) 


272 


87 


30 


10 






4 


2 




12 




Other 






1 


3 


3 


2 


29 




1 






Other: 




1 






20 


60 


78 


106 


181 


231 


259 


Guidance 










5 


8 


25 


38 


23 


4 


28 


Library Science 




1 






4 


4 


25 


13 


2 


19 


42 


Special Education 










1 


8 


19 


12 


156 


178 


140 


Other 










10 


40 


9 


43 




30 


49 



-'Includes 34 not reported by organization and subject. 

/Includes the following not reported by subject: 1965-66, 39; 1966-67, 45; 1967-68, 30; 1968-69, 59; 1969-70, 67; 1971-72, 106. 
^Includes the following not reported by type of science: 1965-66, 62; 1967-68, 4; 1968-69, 6. 



TABLE 

72 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1971-72 



Grand Total 



Master's Degree 



iypc or LiGlTdriCflLG 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Grand Total 


4, 177 


1,058 


3, 119 


259 


67 


192 


3,918 


991 


2,927 


Elementary 


1,952 


212 


1,740 


100 


15 


85 


1,852 


197 


1,655 


. Secondary 


*1,966 


*804 


*1 , 162 


■V62 


*24 


>'08 


*1,904 


*780 


i^-l , 124 


Agricul ture 


7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


- 


Art 


135 


42 


93 


- 


- 


- 


135 


42 


93 


Business Education 


92 


37 


55 




- 


- 


92 


37 


55 


English 


284 


64 


220 








284 


64 


220 


Foreign Languages 


148 


19 


129 








148 


19 


129 


Home Economics 


84 




84 


- 


- 


- 


84 




84 


Industrial Education 


50 


49 


1 


- 


- 


- 


50 


49 


1 


Mathematics 


139 


47 


92 


- 


- 


- 


139 


47 


92 


Music 


46 


18 


28 


- 






46 


18 


28 


Physical Education 


285 


161 


124 


~ 






285 


161 


124 


Sc ience ; 


















'XI 


General Science 


21 


8 


13 








21 


8 


13 


Biology 


66 


29 


37 








66 


29 




Chemistry 


18 


9 


9 








18 


9 


9 


Physics 


4 


4 










4 


4 




Social Science 


428 


253 


175 


1 




1 


427 


253 


174 


Speech 


53 


17 


36 








53 


17 


36 


Junior High (General) 




















Other 




















Other: 


259 


42 


217 


97 


28 


69 


162 


14 


148 


Guidance 


28 


8 


20 


17 


8 


9 


11 




11 


Library Science 


42 


2 


40 


42 


2 


40 








Special Education 


140 


18 


122 


8 


6 


2 


132 


12 


120 


Other 


/,?^,a,b 49 


/,?',al4 


/,/,a,b 35 


/,?^ 30 


12 


18 


a,b 19 


a 2 


a,b 17 



Bachelor's Degree 



*Includes the following not reported by subject: Master's Degree, Male, 24; Female, 37; Bachelor's Degree, Male, 16; Female, 29. 

/Reading Specialist: Male, 4; Female, 9. 

^School Psychologist: Male, 8; Female, 9. 

aSpeech and Hearing Therapist: Male, 2; Female, 16. 

bPhysical Therapist: Female, 1. 



TABLE 

73 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: By Preparation: Marj-land Public Schools: Sep 



Local Unit 


Total 


Doctor ' s 
Degree 


Master's ' 
Degree 


Bachelor' s 
Degree 


2 - 3 
CoLJ 


1 

Years 
ege 


Less 
2 Yfrars 


than 
Co T 1 




Number 


Percent 


Number 


\ 

Percent 


Xumher 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


45,253 


158 


0.3 


17,432 


38.5 


26.143 


57.8 


1,296 


2.9 


224 


0.5 


All Q a n XT 

A 1 legally 

Anne Arur, i 
Baltimore 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


848 
3,549 
8,973 
6,850 

295 


5 
21 
21 


. 3 


409 

3,06" 
65 


48.3 

— . 5 
22.0 


420 
2,426 
•-.692 
3,643 

226 


49.5 
68.4 
52.3 
53.2 
76.6 


18 
113 
591 
100 
4 


2.1 
3.2 
6.6 
1.4 
1.4 


1 
1 

155 
19 


0.1 
* 

1.7 
0.3 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


264 
8-- 

316 


1 


0.3 


94 
246 
155 
185 
135 


35.6 
29.2 
27.2 
26.2 
1*1.1 


156 


63.3 
62.2 
71.2 
73 . 1 
49.4 


3 

71 
9 
5 

24 


1.1 
8.4 
1.6 
0.7 
7.6 


2 


0.2 


Fr eder i ck 

Garrett 

Harford 

Hovard 

Kent 


975 
278 

1,510 
922 
203 


2 

4 
6 


0.2 

0.3 
0.7 


312 
66 
419 
333 
76 


32.0 
23.7 
11.1 
36.1 
37.5 




"5.3 

69.0 
61.8 
58.1 


-5 
13 
9 


2.5 
3.6 
3.0 
1.4 
4.4 


- 


- 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


6,509 
8,107 
234 
595 
226 


42 
51 
1 
1 
2 


0.9 


3 .632 
; .585 

LI 

~ " 


55.8 
31.9 
17.5 
17.5 
12.8 




43.2 
65.7 
75.2 
78.1 
81.4 


25 


0.2 
1.5 
4.7 
4.2 
4.0 


9 
22 
5 

2 


0.1 
0.3 
2.2 

0.9 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


270 
355 


1 


0.1 


90 
506 
281 

8- 


33.3 
44.5 
39.3 

23.7 


172 


1 63.7 
52.4 
59.0 
6". 6 


8 
30 
12 

28 


3.0 
2.6 

1.7 
- _ 9 


5 

3 


0.4 

0.8 



*Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

74 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals: Prek-6: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 







Doctor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2 - 3 


Years 


Less 


Than 


Local Unit 


Total 


Degree 


Degree 


Degree 


College 


2 Years 


College 




Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


22,451 


40 


0.2 


7,128 


31.8 


14,259 


63.5 


974 


4.3 


50 


0.2 


A llegany 


385 


- 


- 


152 


39.5 


217 


56,3 


15 


3.9 


1 


0.3 


Anne Arundel 


1,858 


1 




414 


22.3 


1,337 


72.0 


106 


5.7 


_ 




Baltimore City 


4,457 


2 




1 1.11. 


J J . i 




5 / . '* 


408 


9 . 1 


17 


0.4 


Baltimore 


3,302 


8 


0.2 


1,218 


36.9 


1,987 


60.2 


81 


2.5 


8 


0.2 


Calvert 


146 


- 


- 


26 


17.8 


120 


82.2 


- 


- 




- 


Caroline 


124 


- 


- 


33 


26.6 


88 


71.0 


3 


2.4 






Carroll 


386 


- 


- 


72 


18.6 


260 


67.4 


53 


13.7 


1 


0.3 


Cecil 


265 






-)D 








Q 

y 




- 


- 


Charles 


363 




- 


91 


25.1 


270 


74.4 


2 


.5 


- 




Dorchester 


145 


1 


0.7 


63 


43.4 


60 


41.4 


21 


14.5 


- 


- 


Frederick 


494 


- 


- 


115 


23.3 


360 


72.9 


19 


3.8 






Garrett 


145 






22 


15.2 


116 


80.0 


7 


4.8 






Harford 


807 


1 


0.1 


168 


20.8 


594 


73.6 


44 


5.5 


_ 




Howard 


426 


3 


0.7 


106 


24.9 


305 


71.6 


12 


2.8 


- 


- 


Kent 


79 






27 


34.2 


49 


62.0 


3 


3.8 






Montgomery 


3,050 


16 


0.5 


1,558 


51.1 


1,464 


48.0 


12 


.4 






Prince George's 


4,462 


7 


0.2 


1,123 


25.2 


3,222 


72.2 


96 


2.1 


14 


0.3 


Queen Anne's 


99 


1 


1.0 


9 


9.1 


77 


77.8 


8 


8.1 


4 


4.0 


St. Mary's 


267 






33 


12.3 


217 


81.3 


17 


6.4 






Somerset 


99 






9 


9.1 


83 


83.8 


6 


6.1 


1 


1.0 


Talbot 


123 






31 


25.2 


85 


69.1 


7 


5.7 






■Washington 


499 






172 


34.5 


303 


60.7 


22 


4.4 


2 


0.4 


Wicomico 


359 






134 


37.3 


217 


60.5 


8 


2.2 






Worcester 


111 






22 


19.8 


72 


64.9 


15 


13.5 


2 


1,8 



*Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

75 

All High School Teachers and Principals: 7-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 







Doctor ' s 




Master ' s 




Bachelor's 




2 - 3 


Years 


Less 


than 




Total 


Degree 




Degree 




Degree 




College 




2 Years 


College 
































Local Unit 


































Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


22 ,802 


118 





.5 


10,304 


45 


.2 


11 ,884 


52 


.1 


322 


1 


.4 


174 


0.8 


Al legany 


463 








257 


55 


.5 


203 


43 


.8 


3 





.7 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,691 


4 





.2 


590 


34 


.9 


1 ,089 


64 


4 


7 





.4 


1 


. 1 


Baltimore City 


^ , D lb 


19 





.4 


2,040 


45 


.2 


2,136 


47 


3 


183 


4 





138 


3 . 1 


Bait imore 


Q A Q 
J , DHO 


13 





.4 


1,849 


52 


.1 


1,656 


46 


.7 


19 





.5 


1 1 


. 3 


Calvert 








- 


39 


26 


.2 


106 


71 


.1 


4 


2 


7 






Caroline 


140 


' 






61 


43 


6 


79 


56 


4 


" 










Carro 1 1 








- 


174 


38 





265 


57 


9 


18 


3 


9 


1 
1 




Cecil 


jUj 






- 


99 


32 


.5 


206 


67 


5 






- 






Charles 




- 




- 


94 


27 


3 


247 


71 


8 


3 





9 






Dorchester 


171 

1/1 


- 






72 


42 


1 


96 


56 


1 


3 


1 


8 






Frederick 


481 


2 





4 


197 


41 





277 


57 


6 


5 


1 





- 


- 


Garrett 


133 








44 


33 


1 


86 


64 


6 


3 


2 


3 


- 


- 


Harford 


703 


3 





4 


251 


35 


7 


448 


63 


7 


1 





2 


- 


- 


Howard 


496 


3 





6 


227 


45 


8 


265 


53 


4 


1 





2 






Kent 


124 








49 


39 


5 


69 


55 


7 


6 


4 


8 






Montgomery 


3,459 


26 





8 


2,074 


60 





1,347 


38 


9 


3 





1 


9 


0.2 


Prince George's 


3,645 


44 


1 


2 


1,462 


40 


1 


2,108 


57 


9 


23 





6 


8 


0.2 


Queen Anne's 


135 








32 


23 


7 


99 


73 


3 


3 


2 


2 


1 


0.8 


St. Mary's 


328 


1 





3 


71 


21 


7 


248 


75 


6 


8 


2 


4 






Somerset 


127 


2 


1 


6 


20 


15 


7 


101 


79 


5 


3 


2 


4 


1 


0.8 


Talbot 


147 








59 


40 


1 


87 


59 


2 


1 


0. 


7 






Washington 


639 


1 





2 


334 


52 


3 


293 


45. 


8 


8 


1. 


2 


3 


0.5 


Wicomi CO 


356 








147 


41. 


3 


205 


57 


6 


4 


1. 


1 






Worcester 


244 








62 


25. 


4 


168 


68. 


9 


13 


5. 


3 


1 


0.4 



TABLE 

76 

All Elementary and High School Teachers: Prek-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 







Doctor ' s 




Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 




2-3 Years 


Less 


Than 


Local Unit 


Total 


Degree 




Degree 




Degree 




College 




2 Years College 






Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 




42 ,903 


84 





2 


15 ,324 


35 


. 7 


25 ,983 


60 


6 


1,288 


3 





224 


0.5 


Allegany 


802 








365 


45 


.5 


418 


52 


1 


18 


2 


3 


1 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


3,352 


4 


U 


1 
1 


847 


Z J 




2 ,388 


7 1 


O 
J 


112 




J 


1 




Baltimore City 


8,524 


13 





Z 


3,077 


Jo 


. 1 


4,690 


55 





589 


D 


9 


155 


1.8 


Baltimore 


6,545 


9 





1 


2,784 




C. 
> D 


3 ,634 


55 


5 


99 


1 


5 


19 


0.3 


Ca lA/prt 

\jCL i. V c l l 


277 


- 






51 


1 Q 




222 




n 
Z 


4 


1 




- 


- 


Caroline 


249 






- 


79 


31 


.7 


167 


67 


1 


3 


1 


2 






Carroll 


793 








204 


Q 


-7 
. / 


516 


03 


1 


71 


y 





2 


0.2 


Cecil 


537 


- 






124 


Z J 


1 

. 1 


404 


7C 
/ J 


Z 


9 


1 
i 


7 

1 






Charles 


672 


- 






157 


2 3 


.4 


510 


75 


9 


5 





7 


- 


- 


Dorches t er 


288 


- 




- 


110 


38 


.2 


155 


53 


8 


23 


8 





- 


- 


Frederick 


915 


2 





2 


262 


28 


.6 


628 


68 


7 


23 


2 


5 




_ 


Garrett 


258 








52 


20 


. 1 


196 


76 





10 


3 


9 






Harford 


1,435 


4 





3 


348 


24 


.3 


1,038 


72 


3 


45 


3 


1 






Howard 


857 


4 





5 


276 


32 


.2 


564 


65 


8 


13 


1 


5 






Kent 


185 








61 


33 


.0 


115 


62 


1 


9 


4 


9 






Montgomery 


6,188 


16 





3 


3,338 


53 


.9 


2.810 


45 


4 


15 





2 


9 


0.2 


Prince George's 


7,712 


30 





4 


2,225 


28 


.9 


5,316 


68 


9 


119 


1 


5 


22 


0.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


221 








29 


13 


.1 


176 


79 


6 


11 


5 





5 


2.3 


St. Mary's 


560 








89 


15 


.9 


447 


79 


8 


24 


4 


3 






Somerset 


204 


2 


1 





18 


8 


.8 


174 


85 


3 


8 


3 


9 


2 


1.0 


Talbot 


253 








75 


29 


.6 


170 


67 


2 


8 


3 


2 






Washington 


1,072 








446 


41 


.6 


591 


55 


1 


30 


2 


8 


5 


0.5 


Wicomico 


668 








236 


35 


.3 


420 


62 


9 


12 


1 


8 






Worcester 


336 








71 


21 


.1 


234 


69 


7 


28 


8 


3 


3 


0.9 



*Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

11 

Ail Elementary Teachers: Prek-6: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 


Doctor ' s 
Degree 


Master' s 
Degree 


Bache lor ' s 
Degree 


2-3 Years 
Col lege 


Less than 
2 years College 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


21 ,096 


15 


0.1 


5,909 


28.0 


14,155 


67.1 


967 


4.6 


50 


0.2 


A 1 legany 


359 


- 


- 


127 


35.4 


216 


60.1 


15 


4.2 


1 


0.3 


Anne Arundel 


1 , 747 






330 


18.9 


1,312 


75.1 


105 


6.0 






Baltimore City 


4,193 




•k 


1 911 
1 , ^ i J 






O i . U 


'*U / 


Q 7 


1 7 


u . ^ 


Bait imore 


3,091 


1 


■k 


1,022 


33.1 


1,980 


64.0 


80 


2.6 


8 


0.3 


Ca Ivert 


137 


- 


- 


19 


13.9 


118 


86.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


118 


- 


- 


27 


22.9 


88 


74.6 


3 


2.5 


- 


- 


Carroll 


364 


- 


- 


58 


15.9 


252 


69.2 


53 


14.6 


1 


0.3 


Cecil 


249 






42 


^f\ Q 

lU . 7 




7Q ^ 


Q 


J . 






Charles 


348 


- 


- 


79 


22.7 


267 


76.7 


2 


0.6 




_ 


Dorchester 


128 


- 


- 


49 


38.3 


59 


46.1 


20 


15.6 


- 


- 


Frederick 


458 


- 


- 


85 


18.6 


355 


77,5 


18 


3.9 


- 


- 


Garrett 


131 








10 . 7 


110 


84 . 


7 


5 . 3 






Harford 


758 


1 


0.1 


122 


16.1 


591 


78.0 


44 


5.8 






Howard 


391 


3 


0.8 


77 


19.7 


299 


76.4 


12 


3.1 






Kent 


71 






20 


28.2 


48 


67.6 


3 


4.2 






Montgomery 


2,876 


6 


0.2 


1,394 


48.5 


1,464 


50.9 


12 


0.4 






Prince George's 


4,232 


3 


0.1 


909 


21.5 


3,210 


75.8 


96 


2.3 


14 


0.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


92 






3 


3.3 


77 


83.7 


8 


8.7 


4 


4.3 


St. Mary's 


251 






27 


10.7 


208 


82.9 


16 


6.4 






Somerset 


88 






4 


4.6 


78 


88.6 


5 


5.7 


1 


1.1 


Talbot 


114 






22 


19.3 


85 


74.6 


7 


6.1 






Washington 


464 






140 


30.2 


300 


64.7 


22 


4.7 


2 


0.4 


Wicomico 


332 






108 


32.5 


216 


65.1 


8 


2.4 






Worcester 


104 






18 


17.3 


69 


66.4 


15 


14.4 


2 


1.9 



"Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

78 

All High School Teachers: 7-12: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 


Doctor ' s 
Degree 


Master ' s 
Degree 


Bachelor ' s 
Degree 


2-3 Years 
Col lege 


Less 
2 Years 


than 
College 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


21,807 


69 





3 


9 ,415 


43 


2 


11 ,828 


54 


2 


32 1 


1 


5 


174 





8 


A 1 legany 


443 








238 


53 


7 


202 


45 


g 


3 





7 








Anne Arundel 


1,605 


4 





3 


517 


32 


2 


1,076 


67 





7 





4 


1 





1 


Baltimore City 


4,331 


12 





3 


1,864 


43 





2 , 135 


49 


3 


182 


4 


2 


138 


3 


2 


Bait imore 


3,454 


8 





2 


1,762 


51 





1,654 


47 


9 


19 





6 


11 





3 


Calvert 


140 






- 


32 


22 


8 


104 


74 


3 


4 


2 


9 






- 


Caroline 


131 








52 


39 


7 


79 


60 


3 














Carroll 


429 


- 




- 


146 


34 





264 


61 


6 


18 


4 


2 


1 





2 


Cecil 


288 






- 


82 


28 


5 


206 


71 


5 






- 


_ 




- 


Charles 


324 






- 


78 


24 


1 


243 


75 





3 





9 


_ 




- 


Dorchester 


160 






- 


61 


38 


1 


96 


60 





3 


1 


9 


- 




- 


Frederick 


457 


2 





4 


177 


38 


7 


273 


59 


8 


5 


1 


1 








Garrett 


127 








38 


29 


9 


86 


67 


7 


3 


2 


4 


_ 






Harford 


677 


3 





4 


226 


33 


4 


447 


66 





1 





2 








Howard 


466 


1 





2 


199 


42 


7 


265 


56 


9 


1 





2 


- 






Kent 


114 








41 


35 


9 


67 


58 


8 


6 


5 


3 








Montgomery 


3,312 


10 





3 


1,944 


58 


7 


1,346 


40 


6 


3 





1 


9 





3 


Prince George's 


3,480 


27 





8 


1,316 


37 


8 


2,106 


60 


5 


23 





7 


8 





2 


Queen Anne ' s 


129 








26 


20 


2 


99 


76 


7 


3 


2 


3 


1 





8 


St. Mary's 


309 








62 


20 


1 


239 


77 


3 


8 


2 


6 








Somerset 


116 


2 


1 


7 


14 


12 


1 


96 


82 


7 


3 


2 


6 


1 





9 


Talbot 


139 








53 


38 


1 


85 


61 


2 


1 





7 








Washington 


608 








306 


50 


3 


291 


47 


9 


8 


1 


3 


3 





5 


Wicomico 


336 








128 


38 


1 


204 


60 


7 


4 


1 


2 








Worcester 


232 








53 


22 


9 


165 


71 


1 


13 


5 


6 


1 





4 



TABLE 

79 



All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: By Type of Certificate: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 




Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


45,253 


40 ,413 


89.3 


17,110 


23,303 


/. ~l f.Q 

4 , /4o 


10 . 5 


3,568 


1 , 180 


92 


A 1 legany 


OM-O 


816 


96 . 2 


416 


400 


29 


3.4 


17 


12 




Anne Arundel 


3,549 


3 ,070 


86 . 5 


1,031 


2,039 


479 


13.5 


394 


85 




Baltimore City 


8,973 


7,473 


83.3 


3,164 


4,309 


1,463 


16.3 


912 


551 


37 


Baltimore 


6,850 


6,517 


95.1 


3,157 


3,360 


332 


4.9 


233 


99 


1 


Calvert 


295 


I ID 


yi . ^■ 


87 


188 




£ Q 
. 


17 


3 


- 


Ca ro 1 ine 


OH 


A O 


Q 1 "7 


91 


151 


£.£. 




19 


3 




Carroll 


844 


70 1 




259 


462 


IZZ 




61 


61 


1 


Cecil 


570 


527 


92.5 


165 


362 


43 


7.5 


37 


6 


- 


Charles 


707 


618 


87.4 


187 


431 


87 


12.3 


85 


2 


2 


Dorchester 


316 


287 


90 . 8 


147 


140 


29 


9 . 2 


14 


15 


- 


Frederick 


975 


841 


86 . 3 


358 


483 


131 


13.4 


112 


19 


•J 


Garrett 


278 


254 


91.4 


129 


125 


24 


8.6 


15 


9 




Harford 


1,510 


1,404 


93.0 


459 


945 


106 


7.0 


72 


34 


- 


Howard 


922 


870 


94.4 


306 


564 


50 


5.4 


39 


11 


2 


Kent 


203 


186 


91.6 


75 


111 


17 


8.4 


9 


8 


- 


Montgomery 


6,509 


6,292 


96.7 


3,469 


2,823 


214 


3.3 


200 


14 


3 


Prince George's 


8,107 


6,841 


84.4 


2,287 


4,554 


1,239 


15.3 


1,111 


128 


27 


Queen Anne's 


234 


207 


88.5 


73 


134 


27 


11.5 


13 


14 




St. Mary's 


595 


461 


77.5 


114 


347 


130 


21.8 


108 


22 


4 


Somerset 


226 


203 


89.8 


102 


101 


23 


10.2 


13 


10 




Talbot 


270 


248 


91.9 


100 


148 


22 


8.2 


15 


7 




Washington 


1,138 


1,097 


96.4 


544 


553 


37 


3.3 


9 


28 


4 


Wicomico 


715 


666 


93.1 


297 


369 


44 


6.2 


34 


10 


5 


Worcester 


355 


297 


83.7 


93 


204 


58 


16.3 


29 


29 





All Elementary Teachers and Principals: Prek-6: By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



TABLE 

80 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 


Professional 




Provi 


sional 




Other 


Total 


Advanced 




Total 


Degree 


Non ~ 
dGgr66 


Number 


Percent 


Standard 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


22 ,451 


19,683 


87.7 


6,986 


12,697 


2,726 


12.1 


1 ,973 


753 


42 


Allegany 


385 


367 


95.3 


155 


212 


15 


3.9 


5 


10 


3 


Anne Arundel 


1,858 


1 ,527 


82 .2 


426 


1,101 


331 


17.8 


253 


78 


- 


Baltimore City 


4,457 


3,774 


84.7 


1 311 


2 453 


666 


14.9 


404 


262 


17 


Bait imore 


3,302 


3,082 


93.3 


1^252 


l!830 


220 


6.7 


143 


77 


■ 


Calvert 


146 


142 


97.3 


39 


103 


4 


2.7 


4 






Caroline 


124 


113 


91.1 


30 


83 


11 


8.9 


8 


3 


- 


Carroll 


386 


305 


79 . 


72 


233 


80 


20 . 7 


34 


46 


1 


Cecil 


265 


240 


90.6 


60 


180 


25 


9.4 


19 


6 


- 


Charles 


363 


318 


87.6 


86 


232 


45 


12.4 


44 


1 




Dorchester 


145 


125 


86.2 


70 


55 


20 


13.8 


8 


12 




Frederick 


494 


/■II 


fl T 9 
O J . Z 


133 


278 


ft 1 


1 A A 
iO . H 


66 


15 


2 


Garrett 


145 


130 


89.7 


50 


80 


15 


10.3 


9 


6 




Harford 


807 


740 


91.7 


185 


555 


67 


8.3 


34 


33 




Howard 


426 


396 


93.0 


102 


294 


29 


6.8 


19 


10 


1 


Kent 


79 


74 


93.7 


26 


48 


5 


6.3 


2 


3 




Montgomery 


3,050 


2,931 


96.1 


1,526 


1,405 


117 


3.8 


108 


9 


2 


Prince George's 


4,462 


3,650 


81.8 


954 


2,696 


805 


18.0 


703 


102 


7 


Queen Anne's 


99 


78 


78.8 


24 


54 


21 


21.2 


10 


11 




St. Mary's 


267 


187 


70.0 


37 


150 


78 


29.2 


63 


15 


2 


Somerset 


99 


87 


87.9 


47 


40 


12 


12.1 


6 


6 




Talbot 


123 


107 


87.0 


37 


70 


16 


13.0 


10 


6 




Washington 


499 


472 


94.6 


187 


285 


25 


5.0 


6 


19 


2 


Wicomico 


359 


335 


93.3 


149 


186 


19 


5.3 


12 


7 


5 


Worcester 


111 


92 


82.9 


28 


64 


19 


17.1 


3 


16 





TABLE 

81 



All High School Teachers and Principals: 7-12: By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



LAJ^tX L L 111. L 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


22,802 


20,730 


90.9 


10,124 


10,606 


2,022 


8.9 


1,595 


427 


50 


A 1 1 c gsny 


463 


449 


97.0 


oil 
1 


188 


14 


3.0 


12 


2 




Aniic ArundGl 


1 ,691 


1,543 


91.2 


oOj 


938 


148 


8.8 


141 


7 




1 1 iinore City 


4,516 


3,699 


81.9 


1 Q C Q 


1 ,o4o 


797 


17. 7 


508 


289 


20 


Bs It iiDorG 


3 ,548 


3,435 


96,8 


1,905 


1,530 


112 


3.2 


90 


22 


l 


Calvert 


'l49 


133 


89.3 


48 


85 


16 


10.7 


13 


3 




Caro 1 ine 


140 


129 


92.1 


1 


00 


11 


7.9 


11 






Carroll 


458 


416 


90.8 


18 / 




42 


9.2 


27 


15 




Cecil 


305 


287 


94. 1 


105 


1 QO 

IHZ 


18 


5.9 


lo 






Charles 


344 


300 


87.2 


101 


199 


42 


12.2 


41 


1 


2 


Dorchester 


171 


162 


94.7 


77 


85 


9 


5.3 


6 


3 




Frederick 


481 


430 


89.4 


1 c 


one 


50 


10.4 


40 


/, 


1 


Garrett 


133 




yj • ^ 


■70 


43 


Q 




6 


3 




Harford 


703 


664 


94.4 


274 


390 


39 


5.6 


38 


1 




Howard 


496 


474 


95.6 


204 


270 


21 


4.2 


20 


1 


1 


Kent 


124 


112 


90.3 


49 


63 


12 


9.7 


7 


5 




Mont gomery 


3,459 


3,361 


97.2 


1,943 


1,418 


97 


2.8 


92 


5 


1 


Prince George's 


3,645 


3,191 


87.5 


1,333 


1,858 


434 


11.9 


408 


26 


20 


Queen Anne's 


135 


129 


95.6 


49 


80 


6 


4.4 


3 


3 




St. Mary's 


328 


274 


83.5 


77 


197 


52 


15.9 


45 


7 


2 


Somerset 


127 


116 


91.3 


55 


61 


11 


8.7 


7 


4 




Talbot 


147 


141 


95.9 


63 


78 


6 


4.1 


5 


1 




Washington 


639 


625 


97.8 


357 


268 


12 


1.9 


3 


9 


2 


Wicomico 


356 


331 


93.0 


148 


183 


25 


7.0 


22 


3 




Worcester 


244 


205 


84.0 


65 


140 


39 


16.0 


26 


13 





All Elementary and High School Teachers: Prek-12: By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



TABLE 

82 



L.oca i un 1 L 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


42,903 


JO , ID J 


3 . u 


14,938 


23,227 


4 646 


in w 


3,471 


1,175 


92 


A 1 legany 




771 


96.1 


372 


399 


28 


3.5 


16 


12 


J 


Anne Arundel 


3 352 


2,886 


86.1 


858 


2,028 


466 


13.9 


382 


84 




Bait unore City 


8 524 




ft 9 A 


9 79 1 
Z , /Z 1 






17 9 
i / . Z 






37 


Ba It iniore 


6 545 


6 2 16 




2,866 


3,350 


328 


5 


229 


99 


l 


Calvert 


'277 




Q9 fl 


72 


185 


9n 
z yj 


7 2 


17 


3 




Caro 1 ine 


249 




92.0 


78 


151 


20 


8.0 


17 


3 




Ca 1 1 


793 


676 


85.3 


217 


459 


116 


14.6 


55 


61 


1 




537 




Q9 n 

Vi. , \J 


1 ^9 


JDZ 




fl n 


T7 


D 




f\'\ 9 T* 1 a C 

V^ilct IT 1 cb 


672 


DO 1 


/ , J 


156 


431 


fl"^ 


12 4 


81 


2 


2 


Dorchester 


288 






121 


139 


9fl 


Q 7 


14 


14 




Frederick 


915 


785 


85 .8 


303 


482 


127 


13.9 


109 


18 


3 




258 


235 


93.6 


112 


123 


23 


6.4 


14 


9 






1 435 


1,331 


92.7 


387 


944 


104 


7.3 


70 


34 




Howard 


'357 


808 


94.3 


253 


555 


47 


5.5 


36 


11 


2 


Kent 


185 


168 


90.8 


59 


109 


17 


9.2 


9 


8 




Montgomery 


6,188 


5,985 


96.7 


3,162 


2 ,823 


200 


3.2 


186 


14 


3 


Prince George's 


7,712 


6,473 


83.9 


1,926 


4,547 


1,212 


15.7 


1,084 


128 


27 


Queen Anne ' s 


221 


194 


87.8 


60 


134 


27 


12.2 


13 


14 




St. Mary's 


560 


434 


77.5 


94 


340 


122 


21.8 


101 


21 


4 


Somerset 


204 


184 


90.2 


86 


98 


20 


9.8 


10 


10 




Talbott 


253 


231 


91.3 


84 


147 


22 


8.7 


15 


7 




Washington 


1,072 


1,033 


96.3 


483 


550 


35 


3.3 


7 


28 


4 


Wicomico 


668 


621 


93.0 


255 


366 


42 


6.3 


32 


10 


5 


Worcester 


336 


283 


84.2 


81 


202 


53 


15.8 


24 


29 





TABLE 

83 



All Elementary Teachers: Prek-6: By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


local 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 




2 1 096 


18,407 


87.2 


5,762 


12,645 


2,647 


12.6 


1.898 


749 


42 


Allegany 


359 


341 


95.0 


130 


211 


15 


4.2 


5 


10 


3 


Anna A 1^ m 1 


1 747 


1,429 


81.8 


335 


1 ,094 


318 


18.2 


241 


77 






4 193 


3,510 


83.7 


1 ,051 


2 ,459 


666 


15.9 


404 


262 


17 


6a It mioc6 


3 091 


2,874 


93.0 


1,052 


1,822 


217 


7.0 


140 


77 




Ca Ivsrt 


137 


133 


97.1 


32 


101 


4 


2.9 


4 


- 




Caroline 


118 


109 


92.4 


26 


83 


9 


7.6 


6 


3 




Carroll 


364 


289 


79.4 


59 


230 


74 


20.3 


28 


46 


1 


Cecil 




224 


90.0 


44 


180 


25 


10.0 


19 


6 




Charles 




307 


88.2 


75 


232 


41 


11.8 


40 


1 




Dorchester 


128 


109 


85.2 


55 


54 


19 


14.8 


8 


11 




Frederick 


458 


378 


82.5 


101 


277 


78 


17.0 


64 


14 


2 


Garrett 




117 


89.3 


39 


78 


14 


10.7 


8 


6 




riarr ora 


/ jO 


692 


91.3 


138 


554 


66 


8.7 


33 


33 




Howard 




363 


92.8 


75 


288 


27 


6.9 


17 


10 


I 


Kent 


71 


66 


93.0 


19 


47 


5 


7.0 


2 


3 




Montgomery 


2,876 


2,766 


96.2 


1,361 


1,405 


108 


3.8 


99 


9 


2 


Prince George's 


4,232 


3,443 


81.3 


752 


2,691 


782 


18.5 


680 


102 


7 


Queen Anne ' s 


92 


71 


77.2 


17 


54 


21 


22.8 


10 


11 




St. Mary's 


251 


178 


70.9 


31 


147 


71 


28.3 


57 


14 


2 


Somerset 


88 


76 


86.4 


38 


38 


12 


13.6 


6 


6 




Talbot 


114 


98 


86.0 


28 


70 


16 


14.0 


10 


6 




Washington 


464 


439 


94.6 


155 


284 


23 


5.0 


4 


19 


2 


Wicomico 


332 


309 


93.1 


125 


184 


18 


5.4 


11 


7 


5 


Worcester 


104 


86 


82.7 


24 


62 


18 


17.3 


2 


16 





All High School Teachers: 7-12: By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



TABLE 

84 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


21,807 


19,758 


90.6 


Q 1 7A 




1,999 


9.2 


1 ,573 


4zo 


50 


A 1 legany 


J 




Q 7 1 




LOO 


L J 


z . y 


1 i 


Z 




Anne A runde 1 


i , OU 3 


1,457 


90.8 


523 


934 


148 


9.2 


141 


7 




Baltimore City 




3,514 


81.1 


1,670 


1,844 


797 


18.4 


509 


288 




Bait imo r e 




3,342 


96.8 


i , O 1*4 


i , J z o 


111 


3.2 




99 


1 


Calvert 


140 


124 


88.6 






16 


11.4 


1 J 


J 




Ca ro 1 me 


131 




01 A 




DO 


1 1 
i i 


ts , ^ 


1 1 

i I 






Carrol 1 




387 


90.2 


158 


229 


42 


9.8 


27 


15 




Ceci 1 




270 


93.7 


88 


182 


18 


6.3 


18 


- 




Charles 




280 


86.4 


O 1 

1 


1 QQ 

lyy 


42 


13.0 




1 


9 


Dorchester 


160 


151 


94.4 


DD 




9 


5.6 


D 


J 




Frederick 


/. 7 


407 


89.1 


202 


205 


49 


10.7 


45 


4 


1 
1 


Garret t 


19 7 


118 


92.9 


73 


45 


9 


7.1 


6 


3 




riarrorci 


\3 1 I 


639 


94.4 


249 


390 


38 


5.6 


37 


1 




Howard 


466 


445 


95.5 


178 


267 


20 


4.3 


19 


1 


1 


Kent 


114 


102 


89.5 


40 


62 


12 


10.5 


7 


5 




Montgomery 


3,312 


3,219 


97.2 


1,801 


1,418 


92 


2.8 


87 


5 


1 


Prince George's 


3,480 


3,030 


87.1 


1,174 


1,856 


430 


12.3 


404 


26 


20 


Queen Anne' s 


129 


123 


95.3 


43 


80 


6 


4.7 


3 


3 




St. Mary's 


309 


256 


82.9 


63 


193 


51 


16.5 


44 


7 


2 


Somerset 


116 


108 


93.1 


48 


60 


8 


6.9 


4 


4 




Talbot 


139 


133 


95.7 


56 


77 


6 


4.3 


5 


1 




Washington 


608 


594 


97.7 


328 


266 


12 


2.0 


3 


9 


2 


Wicomico 


336 


312 


92.9 


130 


182 


24 


7.1 


21 


3 




Worcester 


232 


197 


84.9 


57 


140 


35 


15.1 


22 


13 





TABLE 

85 



All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: With Provisional Certificate: By Organization: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 


Elementary 


High 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


4,748 


2 726 


57 


.4 


2,022 






42.6 


Allegany 


29 


^5 


51 


.7 


14 






48.3 


Anne Arundel 


479 


331 


Oy 


. L 










Baltimore City 


1,463 


666 


45 


.5 


797 






54.5 


Bait imore 


332 


220 


66 


.3 


112 






33.7 


Calvert 


20 


4 


20 


.0 


16 






80.0 


Ca roline 


22 


1 1 
i 1 


50 





11 






50.0 


Carroll 


122 


OKJ 


Oj 


D 










Cecil 


43 


25 


58 


.1 


18 






41.9 


Charles 


87 


45 


51 


7 


42 






48.3 


Dorchester 


29 




69 





9 






31.0 


Frederick 


131 


A 1 


61 


8 


50 






38.2 


Garrett 


24 


15 


62 


5 


9 






37.5 


Harford 


106 


67 


63 


2 


39 






36.8 


Howard 


50 


29 


58 





21 






42.0 


Kent 


17 


5 


29 


4 


12 






70.6 


Montgomery 


214 


117 


54 


7 


97 






45.3 


Prince George's 


1,239 


805 


65 





434 






35.0 


Queen Anne's 


27 


21 


77 


8 


6 






22.2 


St. Mary's 


130 


78 


60 





52 






40.0 


Somerset 


23 


12 


52 


2 


11 






47.8 


Talbot 


22 


16 


72 


7 


6 






27.3 


Washington 


37 


25 


67 


6 


12 






32.4 


Wicomico 


44 


19 


43 


2 


25 






56.8 


Worcester 


58 


19 


32 


8 


39 






67.2 



All Elementary and High School Teachers: Prek.-12v With Provisional Certificate: By Organization: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



TABLE 

86 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


High 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


4,646 


9 AA 7 


57 





1 ,999 






43.0 


Allegany 


28 




53 


6 


13 






46.4 


Anne Arundel 


466 


318 


68 


2 


148 






31.8 


Baltimore City 


1 ,463 


666 


45 


5 


797 






54.5 


Baltimore 


328 


217 


66 


2 


111 






33.8 


Calvert 


20 


4 


20 





16 






80.0 


Caroline 


OA 


9 


45 





11 






55.0 


Carroll 


I io 


74 


63 


8 


42 






36.2 


Cecil 


/. o 


25 


58 


1 


18 






41.9 


Charles 


OJ 




49 


4 


42 






50.6 


Dorchester 


28 


19 


67 


9 


9 






32.1 


Frederick 


127 


78 


61 


4 


49 






38.6 


Garrett 


Li 


14 


60 


9 


9 






39. 1 


Harford 


104 


66 


63 


5 


38 






36.5 


Howard 


47 


27 


57 


4 


20 






42.6 


Kent 


17 


5 


29 


4 


12 






70.6 


Montgomery 


200 


108 


54 





92 






46.0 


Prince George's 


1,212 


782 


64 


5 


430 






35.5 


Queen Anne's 


27 


21 


77 


8 


6 






22.2 


St. Mary's 


122 


71 


58 


2 


51 






41.8 


Somerset 


20 


12 


60 





8 






40.0 


Talbot 


22 


16 


72 


7 


6 






27.3 


Washington 


35 


23 


65 


7 


12 






34.3 


Wicomico 


42 


18 


42 


9 


24 






57.1 


Worcester 


53 


18 


34 





35 






66.0 



TABLE 

87 



All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals: Prek-12: By Years of Experience: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 







1 


2 


•J 


-4 


t: , 


Q 


1 n 

lU 


1 Q 


20 and over 


Local Unit 


Tota 1 


























Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


- ■ 

Total State 




4,049 


8.9 


4,421 


9.8 








OL L 


1 1 n7Q 




6,977 


15.4 


Allegany 


848 


58 


6.8 


62 


7 . 3 


93 


11.0 


205 


24.2 


220 


25.9 


2 10 


24 .8 


Anne Arundel 




309 


8 . 7 


411 


11.6 


mo 






9^ 


701 


99 "X 
ZZ . J 


416 


11.7 


Bait imore City 


O , 7 / J 


829 


9.2 


834 


9.3 


1 , JDKJ 


1 ^ 1 


1 Q 


91 A 
Z i . O 


9 9AA 


OL A 
Z'* . O 


1 ,797 


20.0 


Baltimore 




587 


8.6 


641 


9.3 


1 1 A A 


1 A 7 


1 7fl0 

1 , fO£. 


9<; n 


1 7fl7 


9A 1 
ZD . 1 


909 


13.3 


Calvert 




57 


19.3 


20 


6.8 




1 J . Z 


1 J 


9A Q 
ZH , 


A7 
/ 


99 7 
ZZ • / 


39 


13.2 


Caroline 


264 


JO 


1 J . / 


Z / 


10 .2 


47 


17.8 


46 


17.4 


65 


24.6 


'►J 


Id . J 


Carrol 1 


844 


104 




oo 


11./ 




14.8 


2 10 


24. 9 




23.2 


110 


IJ . I 


Ceci 1 


J /u 


/ 1 


12 .5 


CO 

OS 


11.7 


1 1 R 


9n 7 


1 


Z J • 3 


07 


1 7 n 


82 


14 , 4 




/ u / 


123 


17.4 


76 


10.7 




1 A 1 

ID . L 


1 


99 ^ 
ZZ . 3 


1 ^7 


1 A. 


98 


13.9 


Do r cli ester 


J ID 


36 


11.4 


31 


9.8 




7.0 




17 7 
if./ 


79 

/ Z 


99 R 
ZZ . o 


90 


28.5 


Frederick 


975 


110 


11.3 


79 


8 . 1 


161 


16.5 


217 


22.3 


246 


25.2 


162 


16 . 6 


Garret t 


7$l 
£. to 


28 


10. 1 


22 


7 . 9 


OQ 

Zo 




J7 


Z 1 . Z 




1 O fl 


86 


30.9 


nar^ora 


1 1 n 

i , J iU 


179 


11.9 


191 


12.7 


^71 




Jo / 


9^ A 
Z3 . O 


900 

Z07 


10 1 
17.1 


189 


12.5 


Howard 




81 


8.8 


102 


11.1 


LO£. 


10 7 




9A 7 
Z** . / 


99A 
ZZ** 


9A "X 


105 


11.4 


Kent 


203 


34 


16.7 


33 


16.3 


35 


17.2 


29 


14.3 


43 


21.2 


29 


14.3 


Montgomery 


6,509 


507 


7.8 


489 


7.5 


1,132 


17.4 


1,425 


21.9 


1,838 


28.2 


1,118 


17.2 


Prince George's 


8,107 


488 


6.0 


883 


10.9 


1,591 


19.6 


2,413 


29.8 


1,922 


23.7 


810 


10.0 


Queen Anne's 


234 


29 


12.4 


25 


10.7 


33 


14.1 


61 


26.1 


51 


21.8 


35 


14.9 


St. Mary's 


595 


120 


20.2 


85 


14.3 


124 


20.8 


121 


20.3 


94 


15.8 


51 


8.6 


Somerset 


226 


17 


7.5 


25 


11.1 


19 


8.4 


45 


19.9 


58 


25.7 


62 


27.4 


Talbot 


270 


41 


15.2 


32 


11.9 


43 


15.9 


50 


18.5 


45 


16.7 


59 


21.8 


Washington 


1,138 


81 


7.1 


85 


7.5 


143 


12.5 


225 


19.8 


307 


27.0 


297 


26.1 


Wicomico 


715 


73 


10.2 


69 


9.7 


101 


14.1 


169 


23.7 


184 


25.7 


119 


16.6 


Worcester 


355 


51 


14. i 


32 


9.0 


53 


14.9 


71 


20.0 


87 


24.5 


61 


17.2 



TABLE 




All Elementary School Teachers and Principals: Prek-6: By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 


1 


2 


3- 


4 




5- 


9 




10- 


19 




20 and over 


Niimber 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


22,451 


2,058 


9 


2 


2,286 


10 


2 


3,902 


17 


4 


5,406 


24 


1 


5,240 


23 


3 


3.559 


15.8 


Allegany 


385 


27 


7 





26 


6 


8 


51 


13 


2 


97 


25 


2 


84 


21 


8 


100 


26.0 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,858 


147 


7 


9 


221 


11 


9 


353 


19 





479 


25 


8 


427 


23 





231 


12.4 


Baltimore City 


4 ,457 




9 


4 


A 1 A 


9 


3 


644 


14 


4 


957 


21 


5 


1 ,098 


24 


6 


yzb 




Baltimore 


3,302 


303 


9 


2 


317 


9 


6 


576 


17 


5 


843 


25 


5 


783 


23 


7 


480 


14.5 


Calvert 


146 


29 


19 


9 


11 


7 


5 


20 


13 


7 


34 


23 


3 


35 


24 





17 


11.6 


Caroline 


124 


27 


21 


8 


10 


8 


1 


18 


14 


5 


20 


16 


1 


35 


28 


2 


14 


11.3 


Carroll 


386 


44 


11 


4 


47 


12 


2 


67 


17 


4 


92 


23 


8 


80 


20 


7 


56 


14.5 


Cecil 


265 




15 


9 




10 


9 


52 


19 


6 


57 


21 


5 


40 


15 


1 




17.0 


Charles 


363 


69 


19 





44 


12 


1 


58 


16 





75 


20 


7 


60 


16 


5 


57 


15.7 


Dorchester 


145 


13 


9 





8 


5 


5 


13 


9 





24 


16 


5 


38 


26 


2 


49 


33.8 


Frederick 


494 


60 


12 


1 


50 


10 


1 


92 


18 


6 


111 


22 


5 


104 


21 





77 


15.6 


Garrett 


145 


19 


13 


1 


14 


9 


7 


17 


11 


7 


31 


21 


4 


17 


11 


7 


47 


32 4 


Harford 


807 


94 


11 


7 


109 


13 


5 


152 


18 


8 


202 


25 





138 


17 


1 


112 


13.9 


Howard 


426 


46 


10 


8 


57 


13 


4 


87 


20 


4 


97 


22 


8 


83 


19 


5 


56 


13.1 


Kent 


79 


13 


16 


4 


9 


11 


4 


16 


20 


3 


12 


15 


2 


18 


22 


8 


11 


13.9 


Montgomery 


3,050 


205 


6 


7 


231 


7 


6 


555 


18 


2 


652 


21 


4 


870 


28 


5 


537 


17.6 


Prince George's 


4,462 


300 


6 


7 


525 


11 


8 


914 


20 


5 


1 ,323 


29 


7 


996 


22 


3 


404 


9.0 


Queen Anne's 


99 


16 


16 


2 


9 


9 


1 


9 


9 


1 


28 


28 


3 


21 


21 


2 


16 


16.1 


St. Mary's 


267 


56 


21 





44 


16 


5 


53 


19 


8 


54 


20 


2 


31 


11 


6 


29 


10.9 


Somerset 


99 


4 


4 





8 


8 


1 


7 


7 


1 


20 


20 


2 


31 


31 


3 


29 


29.3 


Talbot 


123 


22 


17 


9 


17 


13 


8 


16 


13 





20 


16 


3 


19 


15 


4 


29 


23.6 


Washington 


499 


48 


9 


6 


43 


8 


6 


76 


15 


2 


84 


16 


8 


108 


21 


7 


140 


28.1 


■Wicomico 


359 


42 


11 


7 


34 


9 


5 


46 


12 


8 


71 


19 


8 


94 


26 


2 


72 


20.0 


Worcester 


111 


14 


12 


6 


9 


8 


1 


10 


9 





23 


20 


7 


30 


27 


1 


25 


22.5 



TABLE 

89 



All High School Teachers and Principals: 7-12: By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1971 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 


2 


3- 


4 




5- 


9 




10- 


19 




20 and over 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


22 ,802 


1,991 


8 


7 


2,135 


9 


4 


3,781 


10 


c 
D 


5 ,638 


24 


7 


5 ,839 


25 


6 


3.418 


15 





Allegany 


463 


31 


6 


7 


36 


7 


8 


42 


9 


1 


108 


2 3 


3 


136 


29 


4 


110 


23 


7 


Anne Arundel 


1,691 


162 


9 


6 


190 


11 


2 


349 


20 


7 


441 


26 


1 


364 


21 


5 


185 


10 


9 


Baltimore City 


4,516 


411 


9 


1 


420 


9 


3 


706 


15 


6 


1,002 


22 


2 


1 . 106 


24 


5 


871 


19 


3 


Ba It imore 


3,548 


284 


8 





324 


9 


1 


568 


lb 





939 


0£ 


c 


1 ,004 


28 


3 


429 


12 


1 


Ca Ivert 


149 


28 


18 


8 


9 


D 





19 


Li 


•7 

1 


39 


zo 


o 

£. 


32 


2 I 


5 


22 


14 


o 



Caroline 


140 


9 


b 




1 7 


1 O 


2 


29 


r\ 

/\J 


1 


26 


1 Q 


gL 

D 


30 


O 1 

1 1 


r 


29 




7 


Carroll 


458 


60 


13 


1 


52 


11 


3 


58 


12 


7 


1 18 


25 


8 


116 


25 


3 


54 


11 


8 


Cecil 


305 


29 


9 


5 


39 


12 


8 


66 


21 


6 


77 


25 


3 


57 


18 


7 


37 


12 


1 


Charles 


344 


54 


15 


7 


32 


9 


3 


56 


1 6 


3 


84 


24 


4 


77 


22 


4 


41 


11 


9 


Dorchester 


171 


23 


13 


5 


23 


13 


5 


18 


10 


5 


32 


18 


7 


34 


19 


8 


41 


24 





Frederick 


481 


50 


10 


4 


29 


6 





69 


14 


4 


106 


22 





142 


29 


5 


85 


17 


7 


Garrett 


133 


9 


6 


8 


8 


6 





11 


8 


3 


28 


21 





38 


28 


6 


39 


29 


3 


Harford 


703 


85 


12 


1 


82 


11 


7 


123 


17 


5 


185 


26 


3 


151 


21 


5 


77 


10 


9 


Howard 


496 


35 


7 


1 


45 


9 


1 


95 


19 


1 


131 


26 


4 


141 


28 


4 


49 


9 


9 


Kent 


124 


21 


16 


9 


24 


19 


4 


19 


15 


3 


17 


13 


7 


25 


20 


2 


18 


14 


5 


Montgomery 


3,459 


302 


8 


7 


258 


7 


5 


577 


16 


7 


773 


22 


3 


968 


28 





581 


16 


8 


Prince George's 


3,645 


188 


5 


2 


358 


9 


8 


677 


18 


6 


1,090 


29 


9 


926 


25 


4 


406 


11 


1 


Queen Anne's 


135 


13 


9 


.6 


16 


11 


9 


24 


17 


8 


33 


24 


4 


30 


22 


2 


19 


14 


1 


St. Mary's 


328 


64 


19 


5 


41 


12 


5 


71 


21 


7 


67 


20 


4 


63 


19 


2 


22 


6 


7 


Somerset 


127 


13 


10 


2 


17 


13 


4 


12 


9 


4 


25 


19 


7 


27 


21 


3 


33 


26 





Talbot 


147 


19 


12 


9 


15 


10 


2 


27 


18 


4 


30 


20 


4 


26 


17 


7 


30 


20 


4 


Washington 


639 


33 


5 


1 


42 


6 


6 


67 


10 


5 


141 


22 


1 


199 


31 


1 


157 


24 


6 


Wicomico 


356 


31 


8 


7 


35 


9 


.8 


55 


15 


5 


98 


27 


5 


90 


25 


3 


47 


13. 


2 


Worcester 


244 


37 


15 


2 


23 


9 


.4 


43 


17 


6 


48 


19 


7 


57 


23 


4 


36 


14 


7 



ADULT PROGRAM DATA 




Annual Report 



I 



I 



i 



TABLE 

90 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



Year 


Number of Applicants Who: 


Total Number 
of 

Certificates 
Issued 


Completed 
Examination* 


Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
through USAFI/ 


1961-62 


2,327 


1 


,181 


719 


1, 


900 


1962-63 


2,595 


1 


,307 


746 


2, 


053 


1963-64 


3,015 


1 


,455 


747 


2, 


202 


1964-65 


3,274 


1 


,437 


672 


2, 


109 


1965-66 


3,562 


1 


,595 


592 


2, 


187 


1966-67 


3,905 


1 


,763 


584 


2, 


347 


1967-68 


4,947 


2 


,109 


881 


2, 


990 


1968-69 


6,495 


2 


,838 


875 


3, 


713 


1969-70 


8,453 


3 


,363 


1,091 


4, 


454 


1970-71 


8,725 


4 


,252 


1,009 


5, 


261 


1971-72 


9, 118 


4,272 


858 


5, 


130 



*Includes re-tests. 

/United States Armed Forces Institute. 



TABLE 

91 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 


Americani- 
zation and 
Ci tizenship 


Elementary 
Educa tion 


High School 
Academic 
Education 


Language 


Rapid 
Reading 


Physical 
Fitness 


French 


Spanish 


Russian 


German 


Other 


Teachers 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 





Total State 


1 , 561 


3, 258 


66,620 


46 


853 


16 


114 


946 


18,987 


79 


1,517 


101 


1,851 


9 


108 


42 


943 


28 


584 


17 


401 


98 


2,933 


Allegany 


16 


16 


419 






~ 


" 


1 


12 


- 




- 






- 


" 


" 


" 








2 


46 


Anne Arundel 


78 


118 


2,351 




97 






25 


610 






















5 


93 




191 


Baltimore City 


378 


1,023 


18,481 


36 


698 


16 


114 


528 


10,825 


14 


133 


15 


126 






















Bal timore 


253 


441 


13,941 


- 


- 


- 


- 


129 


2,838 


8 


186 


14 


375 


- 


- 


4 


122 


2 


46 


8 


195 


20 


866 


Calvert 


17 


18 


371 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


131 




























- 


Caroline 


6 


6 


125 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Caroll 


32 


52 


888 












65 






9 
L 


28 


















4 


119 


Cecil 


12 


26 


355 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


86 


Charles 


17 


27 


445 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


84 




























- 


Dorchester 


8 


9 


260 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


102 




























- 


Frederick 


83 


138 


1,966 










28 


411 


























10 


227 


Garrett 


20 


22 


612 


























1 


13 










2 


120 


Harford 


12 


24 


280 










24 


280 






























Howard 


48 


50 


1,289 










1 


8 






























Ken t 


44 


49 


717 










4 


50 






1 


8 


















2 


47 


Montgomery 


271 


651 


14,167 


3 


40 






134 


2,734 


47 


1,088 


57 


1,156 


4 


58 


28 


703 


23 


501 


4 


113 






Prince George' s 


149 


413 


6,774 










23 


359 


10 


110 


9 


139 


5 


50 


9 


105 


2 


30 






39 


879 


Queen Anne' s 


7 


9 


157 










1 


15 






























St. Mary's 


60 


91 


1,912 


1 


18 






18 


285 


























6 


293 


Somerset 


9 


10 


183 










5 


81 






























Talbot 


3 


3 


46 










































Washing ton 


24 


48 


617 










4 


63 






3 


19 










1 


7 






2 


24 


Wicomico 


2 


2 


42 










































Worcester 


12 


12 


222 










2 


25 


























1 


35 



*Programs administered by local boards of education. 



I 



TABLE 

91 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Business Education 


Fine Arts 


Arts and 
Crafts, 
Ceramics 


Music 


Furni ture 
Ref inishing. 
Woodworking 


Other 
Practical 
and 
Applied 
Arts 


Other/ 


Bookkeeping 


Shor thand- 
S tenography 


Typing 


Other 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


c 


E 


Total State 


7 


oo 


1 A 






A AD 






9 A 9 


4,00/ 


9 ^ 
i J J 


A 709 


A 9 


7 J L 


ftA 


1 1 1 


9Q A 




OOV 


1 Q ^ 9 


Al legany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10 


- 


- 


1 


20 


5 


194 


6 


137 


Anne Arundel 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


284 


6 


96 


4 


74 


32 


613 


16 


293 


Baltimore City 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


413 


6,558 


Baltimore 


- 


- 


- 




1 


26 


1 


216 


54 


1,194 


51 


1,167 


1 


20 


18 


375 


7 


139 


123 


6,176 


Calvert 










3 




1 


1 n 
iU 






2 


Z / 














C 
J 


1 A 9 

LU2 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


25 


- 


- 


2 


42 


2 


37 


I 


21 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


19 


5 


88 


3 


38 


- 


- 


5 


76 


7 


168 


19 


287 


Cecil 


- 


- 










- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


41 


- 


- 


3 


33 


12 


165 


3 


30 


Charles 






2 


24 


2 


27 












118 






]^ 


18 


5 


77 


5 


97 


Dorchester 






1 


19 


2 


61 


























4 


78 


Frederick 


2 


9 


4 


46 


11 


143 


5 


50 






26 


308 


4 


126 


15 


148 


7 


82 


26 


416 


Garrett 


1 


14 


















2 


28 


2 


63 






7 


237 


7 


137 


Harford 










































Howar d 


























2 


23 


3 


61 


6 


157 


38 


1,040 


Kent 


2 


27 


2 


23 


2 


30 


2 


35 


2 


20 


2 


24 






3 


36 


9 


165 


18 


252 


Montgomery 


















148 


3,057 


86 


1,788 


20 


517 


5 


92 


11 


270 


81 


2,041 


Prince George ' s 














9 


125 


29 


460 


26 


387 


7 


86 


18 


243 


152 


2,570 


75 


1,231 


Queen Anne' s 










2 


35 










1 


18 










3 


51 


2 


38 


St. Mary's 


2 


38 


3 


48 


7 


145 










2 


50 






3 


37 


23 


505 


26 


493 


Somerset 










2 


31 










1 


37 










2 


34 






Talbot 










1 


21 










1 


9 










1 


16 






Washington 


















4 


48 


20 


321 






2 


29 


2 


23 


10 


83 


Wicomico 






























1 


27 






1 


15 


Worces ter 






1 


10 


3 


40 










2 


22 










3 


90 







*Programs administered by local boards of education. 
/See following pages for detail. 



TABLE 

91 

Detailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as sumnarized on the preceding table. 









Enroll- 








Enroll- 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Allegany 


Auto Mechanics 


1 


11 


Baltimore 


Conmunicative Disorders 


. 




171 




Ballroom Dancing 


1 


12 


(continued) 


Creative Writing 


2 


30 




Home Companion Aid 


1 


14 




Defensive Driving 


6 


195 




Income Tax Preparation 


1 


19 




Driver Education 


43 


1,569 




Pho tography 


1 


68 




Drug Abuse 




889 




Sign Language 


1 


14 




Flood Insurance 
Income Tax 


1 
1 


84 
69 


Anne Arundel 


Auto Mechanics 


3 


67 




Inves tments 


18 


808 




Electricity 


2 


64 




Lecture Series 


1 


176 




Electrical Apprentice 


2 


37 




Medical Self-Help 




150 




Income Tax Information 


1 


14 




Money Management 




87 




Investments 


2 


29 




New Mathematics/Parents 


1 


16 




Parliament Procedures 


1 


10 




Parent Observation 


1 


15 




Personalizing Your Program 


1 


22 




Photography 




86 




Plumbing 


1 


16 




Report Writing for Patrolmen 


1 


36 




Teacher Workshop 


3 


34 




Safe Boating 
Seamanship 


1 
14 


45 
780 


Baltimore City 


Effective Reading Techniques 


8 


111 




Test Orientation 


1 


16 




Parent Education 


382 


5,890 




Teenage Problems 




24 




Problems of Democracy 





ft/. 




Wills Seminar 








Reading- Improvement 


13 


354 












Spelling Vocabulary Review 


4 


119 


Calvert 


Auto Mechanics 
Hair Styling 




29 
19 


Baltimore 


Advanced First Aid 


1 


30 




Preparation for Home and Family 








American Antiques 


5 


166 




Living 




54 




American Institute Banking 


1 


15 












Antiques 


1 


24 


Caroline 


Drug Education 




21 




Antiques and Collecting 


2 


69 












Antiques Refinishing 


2 


71 


Carroll 


Auto Mechanics 


3 


51 




College Information/Parents 




2^6 




Drug Education 
Electric Construction 




15 
3- 



TABLE 

91 

Detailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as summarized on the preceding table. 









Enroll- 








Enrol 1- 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Local Unit 


Sub j ec t 


Classes 


ment 


Carroll 


Electronics 


1 


12 


Frederick 


Trowel Trades 


3 


50 


(continued) 


Party Bridge 


3 


38 


(continued) 


Yoga 


1 


5 




Pilots Graduate School 


2 


35 












Select and Build Housing 


1 


22 


Garrett 


Auto Mechanics 


1 


6 




Welding 


6 


77 




Children and Books 


1 


13 












Contemporary Social Problems 


1 


40 


Cecil 


Bridge 


2 


23 




First Aid 


2 


44 




Budget Preparation 


1 


7 




Income Tax 


1 


10 












Real Estate 


1 


24 


Charles 


Auto Body 


1 


10 












Auto Mechanics 


3 


44 


Howard 


Auto Mechanics 


3 


82 




Child Care 


1 


29 




Ballroom Dancing 


2 


36 




Electronics 


1 


14 




Basic Photography 


2 


40 












Bridge - Beginning 


2 


35 


Dorches ter 


General Shop and Welding 


2 


38 




Better Your Bridge Game 


2 


42 




Preparation for Instrument Rating 








Career Counseling for Women 


1 


14 




F.A.A. Written Test 


1 


19 




Dancing - Beginning 


2 


32 




Preparation for Private Pilot 








Essentials of Public Relations 


1 


8 




E.A.A. Written Test 


1 


21 




Family Life and Human Sexuality 


1 


235 












Gas Welding and Cutting 




12 


Frederick 


Agriculture Mechanics 


4 


50 




The Generation Gap 




8 




Arc Welding 


1 


1 7 
1 / 




Helping Your Child with Reading at 








Auto Mechanics 


1 


18 




Home 




8 




Drafting 


1 


5 




Introduction to Farm Safety 




18 




Driver Education 


5 


106 




Know Your County 




102 




Electricity 


1 


10 




Manual Communication 




7 




Film Study 


1 


60 




Masonry 




71 




Geriatrics 


1 


20 




Practical Horticulture 




9 




Machine Shop 


1 


10 




Public Protection and Home Safety 




54 




Man and Social Order 


1 


12 




Seminar on Social Issues, 








Metal Shop 


2 


20 




Opportunities for Institutions 








Pilot Ground 


1 


15 




in New Communities 




14 




Plumbing and Heating 


2 


18 




Thin Film Above Ground Coatings 




31 












Tips on Home Ownership 




12 



TABLE 

91 

Detailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as sunmarized on the preceding table. 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Howard 


Tips on Home Planting 


1 


85 


Montgomery 


High Points of Order 


I 


15 


(continued) 


Welding 


2 


28 


(continued) 


Home Maintenance 


2 


35 




Wigs - Their Care and Styling 


2 


25 




Independent Living 


I 


11 




Women in Literature Past and Present 


1 


21 




Infant Education 


I 


17 




You and the Law 


1 


11 




Investments 


I 


22 












Italic Handwriting 


5 


123 


Kent 


Air-conditioning, Refrigeration, 








Let' s Take a Walk 


4 


107 




Heating 


2 


39 




Lip Reading 


2 


46 




Auto Mechanics 


[ 


11 




Managing Child Behavior 


5 


108 




Auto Tune- up 




13 




Manual Communications 


5 


92 




Ballroom Dancing 


1 


20 




Medical Terminology 


I 


22 




Bridge 


1 


28 




Nutrition 


I 


14 




First Aid 


1 


15 




Parent and Child Obligation 


1 


13 




Laboratory Technician 


2 


13 




Pilot Ground School 


2 


50 




Law 


1 


3 




Psychology and Human Relations 


1 


43 




Masonry 




29 




Real Estate Law 


7 


219 




Photography 


1- 


10 




Register Representative 


1 


22 




Radio and T.V. Repair 


2 


19 




Repair Antiques 


2 


94 




Taxidermy 




9 




Traveling Sketch 


1 


17 




Welding 


2 


43 




Vocabulary Building 


4 


110 












Writing for Children 


1 


14 


Montgomery 


Antiques 


3 


233 


Prince George's 


Act. for Child 


4 


66 




Basic Nurse Assistant 




20 




Bridge 


6 


99 




OXl L. L.C i. 11.11^ i. X oil U oOgC 




70 




Cxvil Defense 




^5 




Braille 




6 




Current World Affairs 


1 


10 




Child Development 




45 




Dactylology 


2 


25 




Creative Writing 




69 




Fashion Survey 


1 


17 




Deutches Drama 




21 




Geneology 


4 


48 




Dollar Sense 




58 




Ground School Private Pilots 


6 


87 




Dollology 




11 




Home Repairs 


1 


10 




Early American Glass 




18 




Income Tax 


4 


46 




Effective Report Writing 




24 




Introduction to Antiques 


1 


10 




Effective Speech 




14 




Journalism 


2 


20 




Gens tones 


6 


136 




Karate 


2 


22 




Great Decisions 


5 


117 




Morse Code 


1 


10 



TABLE 

91 

Detailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as summarized on the preceding table. 









Enr 1 1" 










Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Local Unit 


Subj ect 


Classes 


ment 


Prince George ' s 


Multa Media 


3 


41 


Washington 


As trophotography 


1 


7 




N.A.S.D. 


1 


48 




Ballroom Dancing 


1 


16 




Nursing Assistant' 


2 


66 




Basic Aeronautics 


2 


14 




Oceanography 


2 


24 




The College Question 


1 


7 




Parent and Child 


2 


38 




Graphoanalysis 


1 


7 




Photography 


11 


144 




Karate 


1 


8 




Public Speaking 


2 


23 




Public Speaking 


2 


11 




Real Estate 


10 


227 




You Versus the Law 


1 


13 




Self Defense 


2 


44 












Yoga 


4 


91 


Wicomico 


Photography 


1 


15 


Queen Anne' s 


Welding 


2 


38 










St. Mary's 


Arc Welding 


1 


28 












Auto Body Repair 


2 


35 












Auto Mechanics 


4 


87 












Bricklaying 


3 


40 












Charm 


2 


17 












Child Care 


1 


25 












Dog Obedience Training 


1 


35 












Electronics 


1 


10 












Human Relations 


1 


40 












Marine Engine 


1 


9 












Nurse's Aid Training 


1 


10 












Photography 


2 


19 












Refrigeration 


2 


32 












Small Engine 


2 


37 












Substitute Teaching 


2 


69 











TABLE 

92 

Vocational Adult Education Programs: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agr 1- 

culture 


Distribu- 
tive 
Educa- 
tion 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Consurr.er 
and 
Homem3king 
Educa 1 1 on 


Occupa- 
tlona 1 
Home 
E c onomi c s 


Business 
and 
lice 
Educa tion 


Tech- 
nica 1 
Educa- 
tion 


Trade 
and 
Lndu s tr ia 1 
Educa tion 


Other* 


Total State 


34,809 


225 


927 


310 


12,658 


190 


11,085 


420 


8,211 


783 


Al legany 


1,593 


_ 


_ 


67 


771 


19 


173 


_ 


545 


18 


Anne Arundel 


1,336 


1 


3 


1 


523 


- 


749 


- 


43 


16 


Baltimore City 


6,663 


- 


56 


101 


938 


56 


3,039 


4 


2,430 


43 


Baltimore 


12,335 


7 


651 


122 


6,101 


115 


2,890 


364 


1,848 


232 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


105 


17 


2 


_ 


67 




19 


_ 


_ 




Carroll 


698 


- 


4 


3 


161 


- 


202 


- 


314 


14 


Cecil 


327 


- 


33 


3 


35 


- 


179 


- 


57 


20 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


725 


67 




1 


353 




132 




155 


18 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Kent 






















Montgomery 


5,721 


127 


108 


3 


3,211 




1,355 


1 


586 


330 


Prince George' s 


3,844 


5 


66 


6 






1,974 


19 


1,706 


68 


Queen Anne ' s 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


1,174 


1 


1 




498 




239 


28 


397 


10 


Wicoxico 


286 




3 


3 






134 




130 




Worcester 























*Not identifiable by program due to incomplete reporting. 



TABLE 

93 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agr i- 
culture 


Distribu- 
tive 
Education 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Consumer 
and 
Homemaking 
Education 


Occupa- 
tional 
Home 
Economics 


Business 
and 
Office 
Education 


Tech- 
nica 1 
Educa- 
tion 


Trade 
and 
Industrial 
Educa tion 


Cooper- 
a tive 

Occupa- 
tions 


Other* 


TntAl *^tAtf 


160,983 


3, 564 


3,053 


975 


81,015 


3,422 


42,608 


392 


21, 249 


2,293 


2,412 


Allegany 


3,590 


42 


80 


39 


2,281 


42 


288 


- 


464 


- 


354 


Anne Arundel 


13,568 


23 


457 


7 


6,897 


84 


5,139 


- 


793 


132 


36 


Baltimore City 


31,885 


46 


668 


300 


14,223 


588 


8,847 


171 


6,775 


- 


267 


Bal timore 


23,871 


165 


433 


119 


13,949 




5,856 


- 


2,059 


526 


764 




993 


59 




6 




168 


291 




462 




7 


Caroline 


680 


36 


- 


38 


- 


- 


407 


- 


148 


12 


39 


Carroll 


3,657 


131 


30 


45 


1,695 


116 


605 


- 


814 


194 


27 


Cecil 


2,174 


38 


- 


57 


1,133 


- 


523 


- 


413 


- 


10 


Charles 


2,906 


70 




- 


1,455 


46 


1,018 


- 


249 


58 


10 


Dorchester 


941 


169 


113 








365 






92 


202 


Frederick 


4,949 


434 


7 


- 


2,246 


59 


1,385 


- 


643 


97 


78 


Garrett 


1,104 


88 


- 


- 


446 


54 


214 


- 


295 


- 


7 


Harford 


2,617 


282 


6 


- 


15 


- 


1,711 


- 


487 


107 


9 


Howard 


3,689 


50 


15 


82 


2,526 


7 1 


383 




J JO 




£. 



Kent 


503 


22 




26 


151 




201 




74 


26 


3 


Montgomery 


20,985 


861 


460 




13,560 


1,084 


2,071 


163 


2,378 


260 


148 


Prince George's 


29,210 


292 


446 


63 


15,773 


606 


9,214 




2,025 


580 


211 


Queen Anne' s 


1,008 


96 


50 


43 




37 


348 




419 




15 


St. Mary's 


1,730 


143 


42 


24 


517 




622 




311 


46 


25 


Somerset 


466 


52 










323 








91 


Talbot 


524 


38 


71 








338 




59 


18 




Washing ton 


6,308 


382 


115 


65 


2,823 


390 


1,168 


58 


1,159 


62 


86 


Wicomico 


3,025 


23 


60 


31 


1,325 


77 


958 




453 


83 


15 


Worcester 


600 


22 




30 






333 




213 




2 



*Not identifiable by program due to incomplete reporting. 



VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITATION DATA 



Annual Report 



TABLE 

94 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1971-72 





Total 
Number 
Cases 


Rehabil- 
i ta ted 


Being 
Fol lowed 
on Jobs 


Service 
C omp 1 € t e d 


Being 
Prepared 
for Jobs 


Surveyed, 

Under 
Advisement 


Closed: 
Other 
Reasons 


Total State 


26,342 


8,788 


1,521 


1,319 


7,222 


4,583 


2,909 


A1 1 00 an\T 


333 


136 


22 


25 


108 


27 


1^5 




1,873 


652 


162 


55 


344 


380 


280 


Hal 1"TmrM*o (^i t'v 


9 , 180 


3, 294 


486 


562 


2, 101 


1 658 


1,079 




3 217 


917 


196 


136 


1,073 


464 


431 


Calvert 


89 


22 


6 


2 


14 


21 


24 




182 


80 


7 


7 


46 


28 


14 


p Q rrn 1 1 


728 


209 


66 


38 


243 


82 


90 




316 


1 10 


1 7 


90 


66 


66 


37 


v-illa L J. c o 


394 


75 


23 


ly 


43 


1 26 


110 


Dorchester 


439 


174 


28 


21 


100 


85 


31 




865 


27 2 


45 


27 


400 


60 


6 1 


Garrett 


76 


36 


4 




24 


5 


3 


nd I. i. u i. u 


49 3 


164 


42 


7 


222 


18 


40 


Howard 


449 


185 


26 


31 


113 


42 


52 


Kent 


134 


57 


2 


10 


22 


29 


14 


Montgomery 


1,877 


578 


78 


113 


485 


458 


165 


Prince George's 


2,690 


859 


74 


60 


890 


636 


171 


Queen Anne ' s 


155 


58 


7 


11 


31 


27 


21 


St. Mary' s 


313 


118 


26 


17 


91 


36 


25 


Somerset 


186 


67 


17 


11 


51 


19 


21 


Talbot 


287 


105 


20 


13 


84 


46 


19 


Washington 


1,228 


339 


119 


80 


489 


105 


96 


Wicomico 


666 


216 


39 


42 


148 


136 


85 


Worcester 


172 


65 


9 


10 


34 


29 


25 



TABLE 

95 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Characteristic 


Total 


Rehabili- 
tated* 


Other;' 


rri::.ary Source o: :iuppQrL Accepcance 


Total 


Rehabi 1 i- 
Tated* 


Other/ 




26, 342 


8, 


788 


17 


,554 


Current, e&rnings 


2,826 


1, 339 


1 


487 














Fdini. ly £ind f r lends 


12,042 


3,533 


8 


509 


Age 












Pr iva te relief agency 


41 


1.7 




24 




7 , 468 


I. 


546 


5 


,922 




3, 524 


1,060 


2 


464 


20 - 34 


9,643 


3, 


354 


6 


, 289 




4, 260 


1 , 786 


2 


474 


35 - 44 


3,608 


1, 


401 


2 


,207 


Workmen* s compensation 


204 


64 




140 


45 - 64 


5, 138 


2, 


226 


2 


,912 


Social Security Disability Insurance 


750 


268 




482 


65 ~ over 


485 




261 




224 


ther dlsablll ty ^ s 1 ckne s s , savings or age 










Not reported 












benefits 


189 


65 




124 














Annuity or other non-disability 










Education—Grades Completed 












Insurance benef 1 ts 


313 


147 




166 




138 




59 




79 


Disability or sickness benef its> savings^ 










1-7 


3, 396 


1, 


358 


2 


,038 


ther 


1, 325 


497 




828 


8 


2, 742 




928 


1 


,814 


No t rep or ted 


868 


12 




856 


9-11 


9, 339 


2,893 


6 


,446 












12 


5,682 


2, 


102 


3 


, 580 












13 - 15 


1,267 




415 




852 












16 and over 


439 




167 




272 












Special Education 


3,086 




812 


2 


,274 












Not reported 


253 




54 
















Race 






















White 


16,464 


5, 


502 


10 


,962 














9,652 


3, 


259 


6 


,393 












Indian 


13 




6 




7 












Other 


52 




14 




38 












Not reported 


161 




7 




154 












Sex 






















Male 


15,263 


^, 


970 


10 


,293 












Female 


11,058 


3, 


807 


7 


.251 












Not reported 


21 




11 




10 












Dependents 

























18,235 


5, 


694 


12 


,541 












1 


2,779 


1, 


084 


1 


,695 












2 or 3 


3,083 


1, 


193 


1 


,890 












4 or more 


2,012 




805 


1 


,207 












Not reported 


233 




12 




221 













*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/Other clients vrtio received service during the year. 



TABLE 

96 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



, ■■■ - ■ ■ -c= 

Type of Disability 


Total 


Rehabilitated* 


Other/ 


To tal 




26 


,342 


8 


788 


17 


554 


Orthopedic Amputation 
















At least one upper and one lower limb 






O 1 




Q 

o 




1 1 


Both upper limbs 










O 
J 




1 n 


One upper limb 










iL 




1 J 


One or both lower limbs 






521 




295 




lib 


Other f unspec i f i ed 






50 




20 




30 


Orthopedic Impairment - Except Amputations 
















Three or more limbs 






399 




100 




299 


One upper and one lower limb 






371 




124 




247 


One or bo th upper 1 imbs 






470 




136 




334 


f\n Ct fKY" r\f^ t" n 1 r\T.TO r i i m n c 




1 


,321 




478 




843 


Other, ill-defined 




1 


,215 




357 




858 


Vision Impairments 
















No light perception 






1 AO 








113 


Less than 20/200 correction, other eye defective 






1/. Q 








2 18 


Blind in one eye - other eye defective 






lUl 








69 


Blind in one eye - other eye good 






£ JO 




/ J 






Other visual impairments 






Oh 1 








492 


Mental Impairments 
















Character, personality, behavior disorders 




3 


,511 


1 


083 


2 


428 


Mental retardation 




A 


,025 


1 


121 


2 


904 


Psychiatric 




2 


,851 


1 


068 


1 


783 


Respiratory Diseases 






467 




161 




306 


Miscellaneous 
















Alcoholism 




1 


,331 




717 




614 


Deafness, unable to talk 






226 




77 




149 


Deafness, able to talk 






276 




98 




178 


Digestive system disorders 




1 


,598 




769 




829 


Drug addiction 






553 




151 




402 


Epilepsy 






666 




171 




495 


Heart and circulatory disorders 






946 




314 




632 


Speech 






299 




67 




232 


Other 




3 


,416 




802 


2 


614 



*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/Other clients who received service during the year. 



TABLE 

97 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Types of Referrals 


. ta 1 


Rehabilitated* 


Other/ 


Total 


23,342 


8,788 


17,554 


Educational institutions 


6,595 


1,449 


5,146 


Hospitals and sanatoriums 


5,076 


2,274 


2,802 


Health organizations and agencies 


1,A57 


536 


921 


Welfare agencies 


1,836 


523 


1,313 


Social Security Adminstration 


679 


161 


518 


Workmen' s compensation agencies 


252 


76 


176 


State employment service 


592 


214 


378 


State vocational rehabilitation agency 


293 


96 


197 


Correctional institutions 


2,089 


658 


1,431 


Other public organizations or agencies 


849 


287 


562 


Artificial appliance companies 


104 


52 


52 


Self-referred 


3,046 


1,239 


1,807 


Physicians 


1,442 


566 


876 


Other individuals 


1,679 


551 


1,128 


Other private organizations or agencies 


353 


lot 





*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/Other clients who received service during the year. 



FINANCIAL DATA 




Annual Report 



TABLE 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 




Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1971-72 



Source or Purpose 


Administration 
and 
Finance 


Research, Evalu- 
ation, and Infor- 
mation Systems 


Ins truc- 
tion 


Vocational- 
Technical 
Education 


Library 
Deve lop- 
ment and 
Services 


Compensa tory 
Urban and, 

Supp lementary 
Programs 


■ — 

Certification 
and 

Accredi ta tion 


Salaries 


$1,403 


651 


$430,723 


$1,019, 


809 


$ 619 


339 


$ 282 


903 


$ 302 


410 


$607,787 


1 C 1,1111 X C<1 X ctllU Opt::CXcli. T t:: C o 


117 


992 


11 , 536 


156, 


057 


280 


187 


20 


911 


23 


380 


47 , 288 


Communication 


53 


982 


15,285 


40, 


796 


19 


592 


9 


872 


10 


105 


24,226 


Travel 


61 


024 


13,049 


^1. 


554 


29 


384 


15 


114 


14 


390 


13,320 


Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Operation 


10 


352 


431 


13, 


127 


8 


553 


1 


029 


3 


766 


4,504 


Contractual Services 


199 


997 


169,521 


546, 


633 


139 


801 


48 


961 


171 


103 


122,225 


Supplies and Materials 


27 


093 


14,477 


27,410 


6 


687 


12 


307 


4 


299 


17,600 


Equipment - Replacement 


16 


509 


2,405 


11, 


096 


7 


216 






2 


405 


5,502 


Equipment - Additional 


38 


507 


4,798 


9, 


906 


8 


430 


5 


038 


1 


848 


732 


Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 


134 


564 


84,871 


^2, 


353 


28 


172 


83 


823 


16 


259 


4,778 


Fixed Charges 


44 


29U 


10,545 


50, 


232 


29 


019 


17 


772 


3 


345 


6,836 


Total 


$2,107 


961 


$757,641 


$1,958, 


973 


$1,176 


380 


$ 497 


730 


$ 553 


310 


$854,798 


Source or Purpose 


State Library 
Services 


Instructional 
Television 


Admini- 
stration 
Rehabili- 
tation 


Placement 

and 
Guidance 


Case 
Services 


Disability 
Determination 


Rehabilitation 
Center 


Salaries 


$ 62 


268 


$311,087 


$ 473, 


749 


$3,516 


081 


$ 




$ 533 


406 


$180,227 


Technical and Special Fees 


3 


745 


84,413 


13, 


472 


12 


213 






377 


288 


2,678 


Communication 


2 


203 


4,659 


19, 


834 


88 


539 






22 


223 


8,277 


Travel 


1 


919 


7,261 


9, 


122 


95 


470 






10 


020 


2,110 


Fuel and Utilities 
























246 


Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Operation 




285 


609 


5, 


502 


11 


519 












Contractual Services 


221 


455 


182,066 


49, 


577 


1,487 


916 






12 


021 


849 


Supplies and Materials 


9 


057 


22,433 


20, 


419 


27,502 






3, 


889 


2,110 


Equipment - Replacement 






3,228 


3, 


268 


8 


400 










89,439 


Equipment - Additional 


12 


338 


7,577 


1, 


065 


22 


317 






3 


157 


97,751 


Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 


1 


063 




58, 


631 


274 


719 


4,892 


530 


48, 


136 


11,207 


Fixed Charges 


26 


952 


17,417 


24, 


067 


173 


218 






33 


528 


1,567 


Total 


$ 341, 


285 


$640,750 


$ 678, 


706 


$5,717 


894 


$4,892 


530 


$1,043 


668 


$396,461 







TABLE 

99 

statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1971-72 





Appropriations* 


Expendi tures 


Appropriation Lapsed 


Unit or Purpose 




















Total 


Disburse- 


Enc um- 


Cancel- 


Rever- 




Total 




General 


Special 


Federal 


ments 


brances 


lations/ 


sions^ 


State Share of Current Expenses 


$183,131 


,183 


C 1 Q T 1 -J 1 




e 




e 




$183,131,183 


$183,131,183 


e 




$ 


$ - 


Current Expense Incentive Aid 


12 


566 


000 


1 

i Z , DoD 


UUU 










12,566,000 


12, 


566,000 










Transportation 


32 


361 


300 


J A J JO L 


300 










32,361,300 


32, 


361,300 










Transportation- Handicapped Chi Idren 




464 


000 




AHA 










464,000 




153,639 




-J 1 A OA 1 
JIU y jKi i 






School Building Construction Aid 


31 


535 


421 




HZ. I 










31,535,421 


28, 


702,130 




Q "1 1 

o J J , Irf 1 






Handicapped Children 


23 


133 


808 




QVO 










23,133,808 


20, 


841,242 


2| 


TQ *1 A A 




Public Libraries 


2 


992 


000 


2, JV2 


AAA 






AAA 
OUU 




2,992,000 


2, 


968,255 




2 J J / hD 


- 


- 


Federal Vocational Education 


7 


789 


000 














7,789,000 


3, 


076,327 




7 17 A 7 T 






Adult Continuing Education 




263 


746 


/.II 

411 








fl ^ 1 


, OUU 


1,053,420 




28,540 


1 

ll 


r\'% 1. Q Q A 


210,326 




School Lunch 


12 


756 


000 










Llf /DO 


, UUU 


12,756,000 


11, 


236,971 


1 

i I 


J 17 , U Z7 






Manpower Development and Training 


































Act 


2 


685 


555 


155 


ODD 






*> <\ 7A 

2,530 


, UUU 


2,685,555 




575,913 




I A O A A •) 
1U7 y D't2 






National Defense Education Act 


I 


465 


000 










1,465 


, UUU 


1,035,710 




170,365 




Ob J , 


429,290 




Driver Education 




082 


700 






1 , 082 


700 






1,082,700 






1 

J- 1 


Afto 700 






Public Library Incentive Fund 


1 


289 


000 


1,109 


000 






180 


,000 


1,289,000 


1. 


088,237 




200,763 






Elementary and Secondary Education 


































Act - Title I 


21 


500 


000 










21,500 


,000 


21,500,000 


9, 


254,636 


12, 


245,364 






Elementary and Secondary Education 


































Act - Title II 




745 


000 










1,745 


,000 


1,745,000 




424,758 


1, 








£ 1 6in6Ti tisry snd Sccondsry Educ3tlon 


































Act - Title III 


2 


200 


000 










2,200 


,000 


2,088,000 




45,000 


2, 


043,000 


112,000 




Child Nutrition 


3 


941 


900 










3,941 


,900 


3,941,900 


2, 


071,706 


1, 


870,194 






Grants for Education of Handicapped 


































Children 




516 


000 










516 


,000 


516,000 




198,257 




317,743 






Education Professions Development 


































Act 




293 


000 










293 


,000 


293,000 








293,000 






Food Service Program 


3 


425 


000 


3,425 


000 










3,425,000 


2, 


192,003 


1, 


232,997 






School Community Centers Program 


1 


000 


000 


1,000 


000 










1,000,000 




268,473 




731,527 






Industrial Training 




150 


000 


150, 


000 










150,000 








150,000 






Total 


$349,285 


613 


$291,834, 


413 


$L,082 


700 


$56,368 


,500 


$348,533,997 


$311, 


354,935 


$37,179,062 


$751,616 





*Appropriation adjusted by credits and amendments. 
/Applies to Federal funds. 
^Applies to General Funds. 



TABLE 

100 

Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Local 
Revenue"" 






Appropriations 


for Public Schools/ 




Percent of Total Revenue 
Appropriated to Public Schools 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


Capi tal 
Outlay 


Debt 
Service 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


Capi tal 
Outlay 


Debt 
Service 


LOUdl O I'd 


$1,122 


157 


508 


$577,080 


400 


$531,100 


588 


$3,895,652 


084 160 


51 


4 


47 


3 


0. 3 


3.8 


Allegany 


16 


307 


204 


8 


310 


083 


8 


193 


300 




116,783 


50 


9 


50 


2 




0.7 


Anne Arundel 


72 


770 


787 


39 


762 


556 


37 


027 


321 




1 "7 ■> R O T R 

2 , / 3j , 235 


54 


6 


50 


9 




3 . 7 


Baltimore City 


273 


173 


001 


88 


,590 


215 


82 


523 


464 


- 


6,066,751 


32 


4 


30 


2 


- 


2.2 


Bal timore 


178 


351 


499 


102 


127 


127 


93 


231 


020 


3,586,500 


5, 309,60/ 


57 


3 


52 


3 


2.0 


3.0 


Calvert 




478 


801 


2 


,704 


377 


2 


458 


961 




245,416 


60 


4 


54 


9 




5. 5 


Caroline 


3 


132 


293 


1 


633 


911 


1 


561 


416 


45,495 


27,000 


52 


2 


49 


8 


1.5 


0.9 


Car ro 1 1 


14 


650 


300 


9 


,555 


081 


8 


325 


400 






65 


2 


56 


8 




8.4 


Cecil 


9 


472 


268 


4 


912 


240 




505 


170 


- 


407,070 


51 


9 


47 


6 


- 


4.3 


Charles 


13 


318 


112 


8, 128,989 


7 


047 


375 


- 


1,081,614 


61 





52 


9 




8. 1 


Dorchester 


5 


900 


827 


2 


,970 


000 


2 


970 


000 






50 


3 


50 


3 






Frederick 


20 


058 


796 


12 


,261 


708 


10 


473 


906 




1,787,802 


61.1 


52 


2 




8. 9 


Garrett 




500 


409 


1 


,387 


805 


1 


292 


545 


- 


95, 260 


30 


8 


28 


7 


- 


2.1 


Harford 


24 


,770 


,650 


14 


,342 


719 


12 


797 


438 




1,545,281 


57.9 


51 


7 




6.2 


Howard 


24,125 


624 


14 


,028 


210 


12 


399 


385 




1,628,825 


58 


1 


51 


4 




6.7 


Kent 


3 


669 


336 


2 


,310 


769 


1 


982 


833 




327,936 


63.0 


54 







9.0 


Montgomery 


201 


592 


074 


120 


,469 


092 


117 


271 


045 




3,198,047 


59 


7 


58 


2 




1.5 


Prince George ' s 


193 


656 


695 


112 


,170 


382 


97 


922 


393 




14,247,989 


57 


9 


50 


6 




7.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


3 


831 


828 


2 


,280 


001 


2 


143 


176 


102,476 


34,349 


59.5 


55 


9 


2.7 


0.9 


St. Mary's 


6 


116 


634 


2 


,848 


544 


2 


683 


993 




164,551 


46 


6 


43 


9 




2.7 


Somerset 


2 


588 


091 


1 


,199 


238 


1 


089 


057 




110,181 


46 


3 


42 


1 




4.2 


Talbot 


5 


381 


685 


3 


,234 


684 


2 


871 


443 


128,381 


234,860 


60 


1 


53 


3 


2.4 


4.4 


Washington 


19 


991 


671 


12 


,086 


717 


11 


291 


870 




794,847 


60 


5 


56 


5 




4.0 


Wicomico 


11 


032 


331 


5 


,833 


250 


5 


668 


136 




165,114 


52 


9 


51 


4 




1.5 


Worcester 


9 


286 


592 


3 


,932 


702 


3 


369 


941 


32,800 


529,961 


42 


3 


36 


3 


0.3 


5.7 



^Figures from State Bureau of Fiscal Services which include taxes, licenses and permits, and fines and forfeitures. 



/Figures from financial reports of local boards of education. 



TABLE 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*, School Construction, and Debt Service: 

Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Loc3.1 Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent 


from 


Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
Revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 






$451,363,471 


$82 ,407,449 




$5/7 ,080,400 


$8,746,155 


^/il 071 9ftft 


38.9 


7 


1 


50 


5 


3. 5 


Al legany 


17,314,760 


7,348,130 


1,600,263 




8,310 ,083 


44,041 


12,243 


42.4 


9 


2 


48 


3 


0.1 




"86 86S 236 


35,729,560 


5,805,462 




39,762,556 


428,458 


5 139 200 


41.1 


6 


7 


46 


3 


5.9 




AQ7 


99,677,603 


24,498,111 




88,590,215 


407,186 


1 ft 7 1 Q 1 A 7 


43.0 


10 


6 


38 


4 


8.0 


Oct L L J^mU L a 


IftS '^ft7 47'^ 


58,256,776 


4,373, 143 




1 r\9 1 ■> 7 10 7 


Jh J , Ho9 


286 938 


35.2 


£. 





62 





0.2 


\ja 1 V c L L 


6 734 904 


3,046,968 


899,762 




I y l\J^ , J / ' 


12,714 


71 083 


45.2 


13 


,4 


40 


3 


1.1 


Caroline 


5,364,365 


3,060,940 


655,777 




1 £ 1 ^ All 

1 ,633,911 


6,388 


7,349 


57.1 


12 


2 


30 


6 


0.1 


Carro 1 1 


20 , 169 ,911 


7,073,132 


847,213 




9,555,081 


74,682 


ft 1 Q 001 


35.1 


4 


2 


47 


7 


13.0 


Cecil 


11 837 997 


5,581,414 


1 , 124,392 




4,912,240 


57,628 


162 323 


47.1 


9 


5 


42 





1.4 


Olid L I. CO 




9,560,463 


2,530,342 




o , 128 , 989 


198,515 


4 983 


46.8 


12 


4 


40 


8 






7 114 291 


3,129,339 


995,112 




i , 9 /O ,000 


9,132 


1 n 708 


44.0 


14 





41 


9 


0.1 


Frederick 


25,949,989 


9,167,111 


1 ,816,493 




12,261,708 


311,048 


2,393,629 


35.3 


7 





48 


5 


9.2 


Garret t 




3,137,483 


815 ,901 




1,387,805 


15,523 


4 309 


58.5 


15 


2 


26 


2 


0.1 


Harford 


35 093 543 


17,215,153 


2,990,100 




14,342,719 


130,571 


415 000 


49.1 


8 


5 


41 


2 


1.2 


Howard 


40 409 188 


24,052 ,716 


1 ,518 ,853 




14,028,210 


563,565 


245 844 


59.5 


3 


8 


36 


1 


0.6 


Kent 


5,133,272 


2^4371732 


'374^651 




2,310,769 


9,148 


'972 


47.5 


7 


3 


45 


2 


i 


Montgomery 


195,146,444 


60,187,696 


8,587,231 




120,469,092 


1,788,372 


4,114,053 


30.8 


4 


4 


62. 


7 


2.1 


Prince George's 


203,199,566 


64,811,130 


16,045,944 




112,170,382 


4,127,110 


6,045,000 


31.9 


7 


9 


57. 


2 


3.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,859,799 


2,174,286 


372,137 




2,280,001 


23,469 


9,906 


44.7 


7 


7 


47 


4 


0.2 


St. Mary's 


11,031,230 


5,943,836 


2,170,908 




2,848,544 


65,883 


2,059 


53.9 


19 


7 


26 


4 


* 


Somerset 


4,825,411 


2,501,702 


720,453 




1,199,238 


5,314 


398,704 


51.8 


14 


9 


25 





8.3 


Talbot 


6,298,981 


2,570,302 


473,761 




3,234,684 


19,944 


290 


40.8 


7 


5 


51 


7 


i 


Washington 


28,929,055 


15,049,653 


1,746,747 




12,086,717 


5,719 


40,219 


52.0 


6 





41 


8 


0.2 


Wicomico 


14,610,137 


7,485,106 


865,707 




5,833,250 


78,720 


347,354 


51.2 


5 


9 


40 


5 


2.4 


Worcester 


6,716,616 


2,165,240 


578,986 




3,932,702 


19,536 


20,152 


32.2 


8 


6 


58 


9 


0.3 



^Includes federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special milk. 

/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
jiLess than 0.1 percent. 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



TABLE 

102 



T (-1 (-* o 1 T Tti t t* 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Mi^n >* £iTT on 1 1 a ? 
INUHI. cVcllUc' 


Percent 


from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropr iat ions 


Other/ 


Total State 


$930,834,744 


$311,797,232 


S82 ,270,733 


SS31 inn Sftfi 


$5 271 152 


$395,039 


33 


.5 


8 


.8 


57.6 


0.1 


Allegany 


16,406,717 


6,689,045 


1,468,880 


Q 1 'inn 


44 04 1 


11,451 


AO 


Q 



Q 



Q 
. V 


50.2 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


68,286,255 


25,029,737 


5,805,462 


37,027,321 


423^735 


- 


36 


7 


8 


.5 


54.8 


- 


Baltimore City 


183,434,791 


76,006,030 


24,498,111 


82,523,464 


407,186 


_ 


41 


.4 


13 


.4 


45.2 


- 


Baltimore 


135,062,962 








343 489 


88,238 


27 


.4 


3 


.2 




. 1 


Calvert 


6,089,032 


2 ,717,521 


899,762 




19 7 1 A 


74 


44 


6 


14 


.8 


40.6 


a 


Caroline 


4,650,847 


2,421,509 


655,777 


1 A 1 A 1 A 
i , 30 i , *4 ID 


A 7C1A 


7,349 


^0 


1 




. 1 


33.7 


0.1 


Carroll 


15,395,432 


6,123,372 


847,213 


8,325,400 


66,219 


33,228 


39 


8 


5 


.5 


54.5 


0.2 


Cecil 


10,255,903 


4,566,390 


1,124,392 


4,505,170 


57,628 


2 ,323 


44 


5 


11 


.0 


44.5 


a 


Charles 


15,785,254 






7 nA7 '^7'^ 


Tin 079 


4,983 


38 


6 


16 


.0 


/. C /. 

. ^ 


a 


Dorchester 


6,605,994 


2,628,313 


995,112 


9 Q7n nnn 




3,437 


39 


8 


15 


.1 


45.1 


a 


Frederick 


19,456,030 


6,684,166 


1,811,160 


10,473,906 


311,048 


175,750 


34 


4 


9 


.3 


55.4 


0.9 


Garrett 


4,978,094 


2 ,860,353 


815,901 


1,292,545 


5,379 


3,916 


57 


4 


16 


.4 


26.1 


0.1 


Harford 


27,154,641 


11 1/. "7 CO ~1 


^ ,yyu , iuu 


12,797,438 


119,476 




41 


4 


11 


.0 


4 / , b 




Howard 


20,189,229 


6,038,539 


1,518,853 


12,399,385 


232,452 


- 


29 


9 


7 


.5 


62.6 




Kent 


3 , 798 ,615 


1,431,011 


374,651 


1,982,833 


9,148 


972 


37 


7 


9 


.9 


52.4 


a 


Montgomery 


165,216,626 


37,985,749 


8,587,231 


117,271,045 


1,372,601 




23 





5 


.2 


71.8 




Prince George's 


164,928,799 


49,436,976 


16,045,944 


97,922,393 


1,523,486 




30 





9 


.7 


60.3 




Queen Anne's 


4,393,956 


1,854,761 


372,137 


2 ,143,176 


23,469 


413 


42 


2 


8 


.5 


49.3 


a 


St. Mary's 


10,210,847 


5,288,004 


2,170,908 


2,683,993 


65,883 


2,059 


51 


8 


21 


.3 


26.9 


a 


Somerset 


3,942,220 


2,127,396 


720,453 


1,089,057 


5,314 




53 


9 


18 


.3 


27.8 




Talbot 


4,834,951 


1,469,513 


473,761 


2 ,871,443 


19,944 


290 


30 


4 


9 


.8 


59.8 


a 


Washington 


21,519,929 


8,435,374 


1,746,747 


11,291,870 


5,719 


40,219 


39 


2 


8 


.1 


52.5 


0.2 


Wicomico 


12 ,217,551 


5,604,838 


865,707 


5,668,136 


78,685 


185 


45 


9 


7 


.1 


47.0 


a 


Worcester 


6,020,069 


2,031,454 


578,986 


3,369,941 


19,536 


20,152 


33 


8 


9 


.6 


56.3 


0.3 



^Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special milk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery> and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

103 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue^ 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriat ions 


Other^ 


Total State 


$875,782,307 


§256 , 744 ,795 


^■oo iTrt Tin 

582 ,270 , 733 


$531,100,588 


$5,271,152 


$395,039 


29,3 


9 


.4 


61.2 


0.1 


Allegany 


IC CAC "711 

Id ,30D , / 1 J 


5,788,041 


1,468,880 


8,193,300 


44,041 


1 1 ,451 


37,3 


9 


5 


53.1 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


64,168,774 


20,912,256 


5,805,462 


37,027,321 


423,735 




32.6 


9 





58.4 


_ 


Baltimore City 


173,411,283 


66,022,133 


24,458,500 


82,523,464 


407,186 


- 


38.1 


14 


1 


47.8 


_ 


Baltimore 


126,486,001 


28,410,500 


4,412,754 


93,231,020 


343,489 


88,238 


22.4 


3 


5 


74.0 


0.1 


Calvert 


5,799,261 


2 ,427 , 750 


899 , 752 


2,458,961 


12,714 


74 


41 . 9 


15 


5 


42,6 


a 


Caroline 


A Q Q 1 O Q O 

'f , jy i , ^OZ 


2,161,944 


655,777 


1 ,561 ,416 


4,796 


1 1/. a 
1 , J'fy 


49.2 


14 


9 


35.7 


0.2 


Carroll 


14,517,586 


5,245,526 


847,213 


8,325,400 


66,219 


33,228 


36.2 


5 


8 


57.8 


0.2 


Cecil 


9,684,717 


3,995,204 


1,124,392 


4,505,170 


57,628 


2,323 


41.3 


11 


6 


47.1 


a 


Charles 


15,100,743 


5,407,971 


2 ,530,342 


7,047,375 


110,072 


4,983 


35.8 


16 


8 


47.4 


a 


Dorchester 


6,273,711 


2 ,296 ,030 


995 , 112 


2 ,970,000 


9, 132 


3,437 


36 .6 


15 


9 


47.5 


a 


Frederick 


lo , JUi , 154 


5,530,290 


1,811,160 


10,473,906 


311 ,048 


175 , 750 


30.2 


9 


9 


58.9 


1.0 


Garrett 


4,711,397 


2,593,656 


815 ,901 


1,292,545 


5^379 


3,916 


55.1 


17 


3 


27.5 


0.1 


Harford 


25,488,696 


9,581,682 


2,990,100 


12,797,438 


119,476 


_ 


37.6 


11 


7 


50.7 




•Howard 


19,120,685 


4,969,995 


1,518,853 


12,399,385 


232,452 


- 


26.0 


7 


9 


66. 1 




Kent 


3,600,565 


1,232,961 


374,651 


1,982,833 


9,148 


972 


34.3 


10 


4 


55.3 


a 


Montgomery 


155,101,804 


27,870,927 


8,587,231 


117,271,045 


1,372,601 




18.0 


5 


5 


76.5 




Prince George's 


154,718,613 


39,226,790 


16,045,944 


97,922,393 


1,523,486 




25.3 


10 


4 


64.3 




Queen Anne's 


4,148,322 


1,609,127 


372,137 


2,143,176 


23,469 


413 


38.8 


9 





52.2 


a 


St. Mary's 


9,670,759 


4,747,916 


2,170,908 


2,683,993 


65,883 


2,059 


49.1 


22 


5 


28.4 


a 


Somerset 


3,733,117 


1,918,293 


720,453 


1,089,057 


5,314 




51.4 


19 


3 


29.3 




Talbot 


4,536,033 


1,170,595 


473,761 


2,871,443 


19,944 


290 


25.8 


10 


4 


63.8 


a 


Washington 


20,156,328 


7,071,773 


1,746,747 


11,291,870 


5,719 


40,219 


35.1 


8 


7 


56.0 


0.2 


Wicomico 


11,477,106 


4,864,393 


865,707 


5,668,136 


78,685 


185 


42,4 


7 


5 


50.1 


a 


Worcester 


5,677,657 


1,689,042 


578,986 


3,369,941 


19,536 


20,152 


29.7 


10 


2 


59.7 


0.4 



^Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special milk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

104 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receip ts 


Revenue 


NonrevenuB" 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


$130,517, 


6 34 


$82,759, 


929 


$136,716 


$J,Oyj,DJZ 


^) J , \J^y , Uoo 


$40,676 


249 


63 


4 


0. 


1 


5,3 


31.2 


Al legany 




248, 


495 




116 


320 


131,383 










792 


46 


8 


52 . 


9 


- 


0.3 


Anne Arundel 


10 


199, 


556 


5 


055 


633 


- 


_ 


4,723 


5 


139 


200 


49 


6 






/ 


50.4 


Baltimore City 


29 


216, 


618 


10 


49 7 


451 


- 




- 


18 


719 


167 


35 


9 




- 


- 


64.1 


Bal timore 


12 


730, 


735 


8 


945 


535 




J , JoD , JUU 






198 


700 


70 


3 




- 


28.2 




Calvert 




1 Q 1 


567 




1 ZU 


558 












009 


62 


9 




- 




37.1 


Caroline 




195, 






148 




- 












1 J 


Q 






24. 1 


- 


Carroll 


3 


544, 


798 




949 


760 


- 




8,463 


2 


586 


575 


26 


8 




_ 


0.2 


73.0 


Cecil 




201, 


340 




41 


340 


- 


- 






160 


000 


20 


5 




- 




79.5 


Charles 


3 


057, 


616 


2 


969 


173 












- 


97 


1 




- 


Z . 7 




Dorchester 




176, 


720 




169 


449 


_ 








7 


271 


95 


9 




- 




4. 1 


Frederick 


3 


626, 


907 


1 


403 


695 


5,333 


_ 


_ 


2 


217 


879 


38 


7 





1 


- 


61.2 


Garrett 




132, 


970 




132 


577 


- 










39 3 


99 


7 








0. 3 


Harford 


4 


780, 


376 




354 


281 






11,095 




415 


000 


91 


1 






U . I 


Q "7 


Howard 


17 


706, 


125 




129 


168 






331, 113 




245 


844 


96 


7 






1.9 


1.4 


Kent 




920, 


615 




920 


615 














100 













Men tgomery 


16 


389, 


174 


12 


275 


121 








4 


114 


053 


74 


9 








25.1 


Prince George' s 


18 


,667, 


789 


10 


019 


165 






2,603,624 


6 


045 


000 


53 


7 






13.9 


32.4 


Queen Anne' s 




159, 


628 




47 


659 




102,476 






9 


493 


29 


9 






64. 2 


5.9 


St. Mary's 




213, 


134 




213 


134 














100 













Somerset 




612, 


529 




213 


825 










398 


704 


34 


9 








65.1 


Talbot 




857 


878 




729 


497 




128,381 










85 









15.0 




Washing ton 


5 


,376, 


527 


5 


376 


527 














100 













Wicomico 


1 


,216 


830 




869 


626 






35 




347 


169 


71 


5 






/ 


28.5 


Worcester 




94 


440 




61 


640 




32,800 










65 


3 






34.7 





^Includes sale of bonds, property and equipment, insurance recovery, and interest. 
/Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

105 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropr iat ions 


Other 


Total State 


$99,316,385 






542 ,084 , 160 


S425 ,915 


- 


J / 




42 . 8 




A 1 legany 




542,765 


- 


1 16 , 783 






82.3 


- 


17.7 


- 


Anne Arundel 


8,379,425 


5,644,190 


- 






_ 


67.4 


- 


32.6 


- 


Baltimore City 


19,240,873 


13,174,122 


- 


6,066,751 




- 


68.5 


- 


31.5 




Baltimore 


17,593,776 


12,284,169 


- 


5,309,607 


- 


- 


69.8 


- 


30.2 


- 


Ca Ivert 


454,305 


OflQ QQQ 








- 


'+D . U 








Caroline 


C 1 Q OCT 


491,251 


- 


27 ,000 






94.8 


- 


5.2 


- 


Carroll 


1,229,681 


- 


- 


1 TOO £ Q 1 
i ,ZZy ,081 




_ 


- 


- 


100.0 


- 


Cecil 


1,380,754 


973,684 


- 


407,070 


_ 


- 


70.5 


- 


29.5 


- 


Charles 


1,580,422 


498,808 


- 


1,081,614 


- 


- 


31.6 


- 


68.4 


- 


Dorchester 


331,577 


J J i , J / / 








- 


iUU . Kj 








Frederick 


Z ,00 1 ,03Z 


1,079,250 


- 


1 , /o / , oUZ 






37.6 


- 


62.4 


- 


Garrett 


249,957 


144,553 


- 


95,260 


10,144 


_ 


57.8 


- 


42.2 


- 


Harford 


3,158,526 


1,613,245 


- 


1,545,281 




- 


51.1 


- 


48.9 


- 


Howard 


2 ,513,834 


O O C A Q 

O03 ,009 




1,628,825 




- 


■ij . 1 








Kent 


414,042 


86,106 




32 7,936 




- 


20.8 




19.2 




Montgomery 


13,540,644 


9,926,826 




3,198,047 


415,771 




73.3 




26.7 




Prince George's 


19,602,978 


5,354,989 




14,247,989 






27.3 




72.7 




Queen Anne's 


306,215 


271,866 




34,349 






88.8 




11.2 




St, Mary's 


607,249 


442,698 




164,551 






11. 'i 




27.1 




Somerset 


270,662 


160,481 




110,181 






59.3 




40.7 




Talbot 


606,152 


371,292 




234,860 






61.3 




38.7 




Washington 


2,032,599 


1,237,752 




794,847 






60.9 




39.1 




Wicomico 


1,175,756 


1,010,642 




165,114 






86.0 




14.0 




Worcester 


602,107 


72,146 




529,961 






12.0 




88.0 





TABLE 

106 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1971-72 







Current Expenses 


Local Unit 


Total 
State 
Funds 


State Share 
of Current 
Expense 


Current 
Expense 
Incent ive 
Aid 


Transpor- 
tation 


Physical 

Exam- 
ination 
of Bus 
Drivers 


Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Adult 
Education 


Driver 
Education 


Food 
Service 


Other* 


Total State 


$451,363,471 


$182,122,717 


$12,367,113 


$33,751,457 


$50,374 


$22,462,355 


$234,157 


$898,481 


$1,731,044 


$3,127,097 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


7,348,130 
35,729,560 
99,677,603 
58,256,776 

3,046,968 


4,221,166 
15,178,666 
52,739,925 
19,698,629 

1,480,833 


298,232 
1,176,962 
3,055,185 
1,497,783 
92 ,020 


1,074,155 
2 ,951,487 
4,755,000 
3,905,510 
672,941 


2,680 
4,235 
1,209 
9,387 
1,010 


172,426 
1,398,808 
3,864,782 
3,085,938 

140,170 


18,196 
38,574 
24,522 
3,612 


13,911 
49,018 
88,836 
120,771 
8,476 


1,231,994 
106,935 


5,471 
134,884 
207,017 
636 
28,688 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


3,060,940 
7,073,132 
5,581,414 
9,560,463 
3,129,339 


1,496,219 
3,368,183 
2,932,542 
3,500,360 
1,523,000 


86,917 
245,679 
122 ,800 
247,925 

93,641 


440,406 
1,088,115 

675,438 
1,052,387 

541,537 


980 
3,115 
1,473 
1,599 
1,488 


109,600 
525,253 
237,221 
348,237 
74,400 


1,500 
1,627 
2,406 
4,382 
1,894 


7,000 
13,554 
22,714 

2,649 
13,000 


102 ,788 
35,905 


19,322 

610 
147,644 
11,165 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


9,167,111 
3,137,483 
17,215,153 
24,052,716 
2,437,732 


3,847,673 
1,744,895 
6 ,999 ,940 
2*937^641 
716,567 


276,857 
71,766 
528 ,457 
206,301 
40,368 


1,027,114 
602,000 
1 659,692 
l[212[772 
334,929 


1,490 
2 ,072 
2^760 
371 


337,803 
99,600 
391 ,521 
534*912 
125,557 


15,262 
1,250 

10,000 
2 ,216 


23,469 
8,421 

5,565 


37,017 
30,609 


2,112 
27,217 

35,000 
7,388 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


60,187,696 
64,811,130 
2,174,286 
5,943,836 
2,501,702 


16,967,811 
26,624,521 
927,904 
3,548,046 
1,403,973 


1,407,079 
2,083,606 
55,140 

77,607 


3,184,341 
3,928,214 
494,922 
968,131 
364,630 


4,340 
6,015 
1,063 
1,369 
566 


3,895,023 
5,911,790 
117,600 
211,250 
38,000 


38,451 
33,267 
2,498 
8,902 


232,807 
226,577 
10,000 
10,218 


161,104 
24,692 


1,979,971 
412,800 

8,825 


Ta Ibot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


2,570,302 
15,049,653 
7,485,106 
2,165,240 


714,338 
5,199,856 
3,395,146 

954,883 


44,189 
375 ,708 
222 ,421 

60,470 


297,291 
1 ,029,321 
945,380 
545,744 


568 
114 
1,245 
1,225 


102 ,600 
445,662 
233,282 
60,920 


21,112 
686 
3,800 


6,973 

22,522 
12,000 




4,636 

43,711 
50,000 



*Explanatlon on the following page. 



TABLE 

106 

Detailed explanation of "Other Current Expenses" as suianarized on the preceding table. 



Lo ca 1 Un i t 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Allegany 


School Comnunity Centers 


$ 5,471 


Hovard 


Pilot Study in Special Education 


S 35,000 


Anne Arundel 


EEA - Social Security Program 


29,957 


Kent 


School CodDunlty Centers 


19,322 




Interactive Learning Systems 


8,513 










Quality Improvement Program 


10,914 


Montgomery 


Aid per Pupil 


1,709,871 




Work Incentive Program 


85,500 




Increased Enrollment 


52 , 100 










Manpower Development and Training Act 


13,886 


Baltimore City 


Miscellaneous 


52,453 




Miscellaneous 


54,796 




Non-Food Assistance Equipment 


154.564 




Out of County Tuition 


82,500 










School Coimmnlty Centers 


58,402 


Calvert 


Other 


13 




Special Grant High Safety Act 


8,416 




Quality Improvement Program 


23,294 










Work Incentive Program 


5,381 


Prince George's 


Instructional Television 


11,427 










Library Resources 


85 , 139 


Caroline 


Qxiality Improvement Program and School 






Mattaponi Project 


13,593 




Conmninity Centers 


19,322 




Mlscel laneous 


3,317 










Pied Piper Project 


89,052 


Cecil 


Miscellaneous 


610 




School Coniminity Centers 


198,214 










Video Tape Service 


12,058 


Charles 


Other 


1,056 










Pied Piper Project 




Somerset 


Non-Food Assistance 


, 0£.J 




SCCP 


139,638 














Talbot 


Home Teaching 


4.636 


Dorchester 


Educational Planning, Quality Improvement 












Program and School Community Centers 


11,165 


Wicomico 


Personnel Specialist 


12,066 










Quality Improvement Program 


10,000 


Frederick 


Miscellaneous 


2,112 




School CoTTiTTunity Centers 


11,215 










Special Studies Institute 


10,430 


Garrett 


Community Centers 


9.674 










Drug Workshop 


81 


Worcester 


IPI Reading 


50,000 




Personnel Spec, in Certification 


17,462 









TABLE 

106 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1971-72 





Paid Direct by State 


School Construction and 


Debt Service 


Local Unit 


Teachers ' 


Teachers ' 


Construction 


Debt Service 


Ret irement 


Social 








System 


Security 






Total State 


$32 ,235 ,473 


$22 ,816 ,964 


$82,759,929 


$56,806,310 


Allegany 


521,712 


379 ,292 


1 16 , 320 




Anne Arundel 


2 ,315 ,673 


1 ,801 ,808 


5 ,055 ,633 


5 ,644 , 190 


Baltimore City 


5,811,295 


4,212 ,213 


10 ,4y / , 45 1 


10 IT/. TOO 

13,1/4, Vll 


Baltimore 


5,126,723 


3,450,238 


8 , 945 ,535 


12 ,284 , 169 


Calvert 


157 ,409 


132 ,362 


120,558 


208,889 


Caroline 


144,756 


114,809 


148 , 180 


491 ,251 


Carrol 1 


487 ,606 


390,240 


949 , /OO 




Cecil 


313,459 


257,727 


41 ,340 


973 ,684 


Charles 


343,348 


341,163 


1 , 969 , 1 /3 


/no o A o 
4yo , oOo 


Dorchester 


187 ,815 


144 ,468 


169,449 


331,577 


Frederick 


674 ,680 


479 , 196 


1 ,403 ,695 


1 , /9 ,250 


Garrett 


155^527 


lll[l70 


132 ,577 


144 ,553 


Harford 


964,365 


701,580 


4 , 354 ,281 


1 ,613 ,245 


Howard 


585,768 


482 ,776 


17,129,168 


885,009 


Kent 


105 ,182 


92,868 


920,615 


86,106 


Montgomery 


6,367,406 


3,747,416 


12 ,275,121 


9,926,826 


Prince George's 


5,862,527 


4,347,659 


10,019,165 


5,354,989 


Queen Anne's 


140,078 


105,556 


47,659 


271,866 


St. Mary's 


266,675 


273,413 


213,134 


442 ,698 


Somerset 


114,953 


94,150 


213,825 


160,481 


Talbot 


175 ,523 


123,395 


729,497 


371,292 


Washington 


808,225 


555,376 


5 ,376,527 


1,237,752 


Wicomico 


417,703 


322 ,742 


869,626 


1,010,642 


Worcester 


187,065 


155,347 


61,640 


72,146 



TABLE 

107 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Federal 
Funds 


Vocational Education 


School 
Breakfast , 
School Lunch, 
and 

Child Nutrition 


Assistance to 


Impacted Areas 


Manpower 
Development 
and 

Training Act 


S.D. 


E.A. 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Construc- 
tion 


Current 
Expense 
(P.L. 874) 


School 
Construc- 
tion 
(P.L. 815) 


Title 
III 


Title 
V 


Total State 


$82 ,407,449 


$4,530,076 


$5,333 


$15,368,259 


$29,364,565 




- 


$778,559 


$926,894 


$33,263 


Allegany 


1,600,263 


93,511 




394,909 


141,446 






- 


29,820 


- 


Anne Arundel 


3,805,462 


441 ,420 




758,108 


3,487,959 




■ 


77,884 


22,051 


- 


Baltimore City 


24,498,111 


1 ,069 ,462 




6,697,222 


1,996,240 






277,185 


184,659 


- 


Baltimore 


4,373,143 


528,869 




736,816 


1,257,169 






- 


195,343 


- 


Calvert 


899,762 


60,711 


- 


179,688 


186,074 




- 


7,053 


6,650 




Caroline 


655,777 


50,213 




111,895 








- 


6,877 


- 


Carroll 


847,213 


121,047 




194,287 


165,812 






- 


14,555 


- 


Cecil 


1,124,392 


62 ,327 




197,925 


431,949 






- 


12,147 


- 


Charles 


2,530,342 


92,991 




365,037 


811,159 






11,136 


14,803 


- 


Dorchester 


995,112 


134,026 


- 


141,721 


5,289 




- 


81,434 


7,061 


4,992 


Frederick 


1,816,493 


152 ,598 


5 ,333 


387.042 


581,551 




* 


46,091 


13 , 995 


- 


Garrett 


815,901 


52 , 125 




180,085 








19,675 


12,070 


- 


Harford 


2,990,100 


183,989 




418,109 


1,808,645 






- 


29,638 


- 


Howard 


1,518,853 


17,015 




197,917 


816,497 






- 




- 


Ksnt 


374 651 


77,684 




73 412 










3 038 




Montgomery 


8,587,231 


452,600 




854,581 


5,598,947 






124,970 


97,003 




Prince George's 


16,045,944 


292,160 




2,264,443 


10,556,612 






107,191 


188,045 




Queen Anne ' s 


372,137 


64,339 




82,971 










4,023 




St. Mary's 


2,170,908 


103,361 




394,633 


1,082,638 








16,010 




Somerset 


720,453 


68,665 




128,140 


10,355 








6,297 




Talbot 


473,761 


36,216 




89,361 










3,330 




Washington 


1,746,747 


246,215 




188,666 


368,428 








38 , 985 


28,271 


Wicomico 


865,707 


86,864 




190,819 


11,399 






25,940 


15,568 




Worcester 


578,986 


41,668 




140,472 


46,396 








4,926 





TABLE 

107 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Elementary and Secondary Education Act 



Local Unit 


Title 


Tit le 


Title 


Title 


Tit le 


Title 


Title 




I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


VI 


VIII 






•^9 nnn alq 


<59 nfil 079 


$15 942 








A 


469 143 


41 918 








26 993 




Anne Arundel 




199 919 












Baltimore City 


10,168,595 


818,863 


879,107 


5,655 


- 


28,315 


881,201 


Baltimore 


923,342 


152 ,234 


38,846 


- 


- 




- 


\ja ± V C L 1- 


235 572 


17 020 


102 ,973 






9 732 




Carol ine 






LID yDKjy 










Carro 1 1 


199 121 


39 806 


28 352 










Cecil 


230^852 


30 '42 4 




- 


- 




- 


Charles 


668,536 


32,829 


410,881 


- 


- 


40,000 


- 


Dorchester 


I'i'i 'lift 


15 148 












FredericK 




9Q AQA 












Garrett 


212,850 


15,026 


185,629 


8,115 


_ 




_ 


Harford 


366,485 


59,072 


36,380 










Howard 


123,758 


18,575 












Kent 


116,524 


9,996 








1,534 




Montgomery 


621,815 


198,294 


37,097 






59,943 




Prince George's 


1,498,813 


242,328 








38,633 




Queen Anne ' s 


155,694 


11,644 




2,172 








St. Mary's 


423,779 


37,119 








27,412 




Somerset 


283,752 


14,410 


117,434 










Talbot 


178,353 


8,428 


28,089 






20,902 




Washington 


428,417 


43,776 








9,174 




Wicomico 


378,125 


13,146 








8,291 




Worcester 


263,357 


12,540 


20,782 











TABLE 

107 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Economic Opportunity Act 


Drug 
Abuse 


Education 
Professions 
Development 
Act 


Civil 
Rights 
Act 


Highway 
Safety 
Act 


Work 

Incentive 
Program 


Otherf' 


Head 
Start 


N.Y.C. 


Adult 
Basic 
Education 


Other* 


Total State 


51,139,482 


51,514,083 


5638,364 


$16,752 


513,829 


5246,363 


571,290 


56,900 


5479,042 


52,387,697 


Allegany 




84,546 


25,355 




- 


16,150 


- 


- 


25,151 


251,321 


Anne Arundel 




78,622 


39,955 


_ 






14.017 


I 






Baltimore City 


42 ,933 




194,951 


6,971 




22 , 702 






270,996 


953,054 


Baltimore 




140 ,081 


73,014 




_ 


51.173 


_ 


4.900 


- 


271.356 


Ca Ivert 


- 


63^827 


5,907 


- 


_ 


- 




- 


21,524 


3.031 


Caroline 




56,227 


2,456 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4.693 


Carroll 


26,498 


41,306 


9,813 


_ 












6 .616 


Cecil 


47,852 


67,171 


5,451 


_ 












38.294 


Charles 




67,218 


15,471 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




- 


281 


Dorchester 


27.934 


49,062 


5,200 


- 






13.465 


- 


22,434 


132.030 


Frederick 


94,778 


58,584 


9,193 




- 


- 


- 


- 


9,838 


68.091 


Garrett 




111,980 


18,346 






I 










Harford 




55,967 




_ 






_ 


_ 


_ 


31,815 


Howard 


217,725 


45,952 


- 




13,829 


53,550 


- 


- 


- 


14.035 


Kent 




48 ,290 


2 ,476 


1 , 794 


_ 


7,617 


16.030 


2,000 


13,214 


1.042 


Mont gomery 


332,193 


43,427 


88,650 


7,987 












69,724 


Prince George's 


256,911 


71,402 


73,579 








631 




47 , 700 


407^496 


Queen Anne ' s 




39,395 
















11.899 


St. Mary's 




65,755 


9,607 












10,594 




Somerset 




60,625 


3,628 








27,147 








Talbot 




39,996 


3,792 






8,060 








57,234 


Washington 


92,658 


123,165 


26,983 






87,111 






18,651 


46,427 


Wicomico 




72 , 750 


23,865 












38,940 




Worcester 




28,735 


672 














19,438 



*Baltt!!iore City: CEO Follow Through (TAG) - 56,971; Kent: Adult Special - 51,400, Tri County - 394; Montgocery: Title III GED - 52,987, 

Title III Adult Learning Center - 55.000. 
/Explanation on the following page. 



TABLE 



107 



Detailed explanation of "Other Federal Receipts" as summarized 


on the preceding table. 






Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Allegany 


ARC Contract 




Frederick 


Therapeutic Preschool 


? 19,000 


Appalachian Regional Development Act 


i J i , JO J 


( cont inued ) 


YCC 


17 , 388 




Regional Education Service Agency 


99,850 










School Community Centers 


1 /. C O 1 


Dorchester 


Emergency School Aid 




Baltimore City 


Comprehensive Information and Placement 




Harford 


Community Schools Program 






System Component 


J , /Ud 




Quality Improvement Program 


7 , zuu 




Continuum of Special Education Service 


9 , 762 


Howard 


Ford Foundation Grant Workshop Cultural 






Learning Working 


50 , 105 




and Ethnic 


i i , U 




Model Cities Pilot School 


771 ,897 




Teacher Manual 






School Without a Building 


48,964 










Simulated Office Education 


9,758 


Kent 


Industrial Training Act 


1 £ 1 

161 




Special Training Building Care Personnel 


35,856 




Safe Streets Act 


881 




State Career Development Project 


23,006 














Montgomery 


National Institute of Health 


41,996 


Baltimore County 


Computer in Education 


3,965 




Vocational Rehabilitation Act 


27,728 




Continuum Program Design 


/ , / 










Crime Act 




> 

Prince George s 


Child Advocacy 


DO , jU / 




Emergency Employment Act 


130 ,054 




Emergency School Assistance 






Miscellaneous 


3 ,245 




NAbn oiericai okiiis 


3 911 




School Community Project 






National Institute of Health Early 










Education Grant 


QZl 9 1 


Calvert 


Non Food Assistance 


3,031 




ROTC 


LI. , OU J 


Caroline 


Industrial Training 


4,693 


Queen Anne ' s 


Recreation Project 


1 1 899 


Carroll 


PL 85-926 Special Study Institute 


6,616 


Talbot 


Handicapped 


1,550 








Mobile Vans 


43,976 


Cecil 


Community Centers Project 


10,414 




Rehabilitation 


11,708 




Emergency Employment Act 


27,880 






46,247 








Washington 


Emergency Employment Act 


Frederick 


Handicapped Children 


420 










Region I Educational Conference 


1,000 


Worcester 


Emergency School Assistance 


19,438 




School Community Centers 


28,779 










Special Assistant 


636 









TABLE 

108 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 















L6&i''6 'rar.sfers 


--rrer.'. ixpensti 


Local Unit 


Total 
Disburse- 
ments 




Interest 
for Debt 
Service 


Capital 
Outlay 


To Other 
School 
Uni ts 


Tuition- 
Handicapped 
Children 


Schoo 1 
fireakf as t. 
School Lunch, 
Special Milk 


Total 
Current 
Expenses 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Total State 


$1,099,223,945 


$41,005,469 


$148,455,354 


$35,903 


$3,108,217 


$17,099,303 


$889,519,699 


$620,294,565 


$8,875,604 


Allegany 


16,375, 


810 


186,828 


531,627 


10,556 




394,909 


15,251,890 


10, 141, 327 


80,674 


Anne Arundel 


86,251, 


638 


3,484,842 


16,269,494 


3,518 


82, 737 


758, 108 


65,652,939 


47,911,085 


851,237 


Baltimore City 


221,827, 


638 


9,170,638 


30,340,157 


- 


612, 307 


7,929,216 


TTC 1**^ 

173, 775, 320 


118, 743,802 


2,568, 144 


Baltimore 


153,547, 


390 


6,275,585 


15,456,628 


- 


348,939 


843,751 


130,622,487 


91,898,445 


813,381 


Calvert 


6,521, 


222 


248,321 


352,699 


- 


2,511 


179,688 


5,738,003 


3,725,517 


53,322 


Caroline 


5,110, 


900 


158,427 


406,307 


4,000 




111 , 895 


4,430, 271 


2,989,210 


33,476 


Carroll 


18,333, 


202 


530,801 


2,727,726 


972 


34,085 


194, 287 


14, 845, 331 


10,097,649 


93,096 


Cecil 


10,326, 


753 


354,355 


85,898 


- 


20, 100 


197,925 


9,668,475 


6,575,939 


79,724 


Charles 


18,910, 


051 


777,732 


3,459,736 


11,040 


1,253 


467,825 


14,192,465 


9,402,653 


100,518 


Dorchester 


6,555, 


712 


100,577 


150,049 




5,000 


177,626 


6,122,460 


4,151,125 


26,194 


Frederick 


25,831, 


163 


1,104,595 


5,888,160 


2,604 


9, 344 


387,042 


1 Q / TO / 1 Q 

io , 4 39 , 418 


1 J,U3l, /UO 


90 , 377 


Garrett 


4,964, 


854 


35,255 


88,672 


- 


220 


217 , 102 


4,623,605 


L , VbO , J32 




Harford 


34,164, 


195 


1,345,570 


6,307,406 


- 


15,857 


418,109 


26,077,253 


18,196,454 


199,500 


Howard 


38,488, 


853 


1,182,454 


18,264,367 


- 


118,726 


228,526 


18,694,780 


13,212,115 


119,240 


Kent 


*,932, 


942 




1 m ft 110 

L f\J La J L l7 




18,724 


73,412 


3,663,745 


2,486,807 


37,272 


Montgomery 


184,360, 


007 


5,729,647 


18,571,636 




1,082,616 


1,015,685 


157,960,423 


108,972,506 


2,148,704 


Prince George' s 


190,714, 


816 


7,985,785 


21,487,229 


3,180 


721,776 


2,264,443 


158,252,403 


113,203,147 


1,207,677 


Queen Anne' s 


4,465, 


269 


112,951 


159,131 


33 


1,600 


82,971 


4,108,583 


2,755,943 


20,849 


St. Mary's 


11,249, 


174 


165,650 


450,751 




1,922 


394,633 


10,236,218 


6,782,870 


95,680 


Somerset 


4,529, 


390 


96,368 


532,649 




2,000 


152,832 


3,745,541 


2,494,846 


28,925 


Talbot 


6,514, 


598 


215,090 


1,502,479 




9,000 


89,361 


4,698,668 


3,287,094 


25,994 


Washington 


25,242, 


338 


759,689 


3,118,103 




13,500 


188,666 


21,162,380 


14,948,910 


125,601 


Wicomico 


13,525, 


107 


533,798 


1,076,781 






190,819 


11,723,709 


8,257,864 


40,695 


Worcester 


6,480, 


923 


291,569 


209,550 




6,000 


140,472 


5,333,332 


4,041,200 


1",6C4 



TABLE 

108 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Current Expenses (continued) 



1 Local Unit 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 

and 
Equipment 


Mainte- 
nance of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
portation 


Admin- 
istration 


Fixed 
Charges" 


Food 
Services/ 


Student 
Body 
Activities 


Services 




$1,918 


104 


$78,746 


948 


$28,702 


973 


$36,862, 


073 


$22,371 


679 


$84,316 


614 


$2,348 


614 


$1,560 


032 






43 


450 


1,356 


927 


646,025 


1,015, 


941 


245 


523 


1 


,471 


925 


53 


403 






196 , 695 


Ann6 Arund6l 






4,6 30 


601 


1,565 


672 


3,070, 


977 


1,580 


947 


5 


,903 


710 










1 "^ft 7 1 n 


Baltimore City 


362 


390 


17,710 


296 


S ft 9 9 


J V J 


5,547, 


031 


4.695 


904 


1 A 




775 


644 


918 


700 


251 


706,304 


Baltimore 


468 


284 


13,088 


628 




746 


3,868, 


682 


2,399 


133 


12 


,329 


955 


144 


261 


112 


759 


141,213 


Pal \ror t 
Ltd 1 V c 1. L 


17 


437 


387 


467 


i- JD 




696, 


055 


182 


605 




451 


141 


16 


664 


11 


518 


J7 , JHU 


vjdi. Xllc 


16 


,280 


315 


306 


104 


,157 


462 


994 


87 


, 313 




354 


, 265 


10 


,419 


12 


,880 




C a T T-n 1 1 
^d L LUX L 


5 


,443 


1, 208 


,751 


365 


,173 


1, 153 


742 


406 


,033 


1 


, 284 


, 190 


32 


. 172 


51 


, 771 


1 /, 7 Til 
m / , Jx i 


Cecil 


9 


,138 


828 


,869 


253 


,815 


718 


156 


249 


,553 




800 


,899 


12 


,745 


5 


,839 


133,798 


Charles 


11 


,534 


1,236 


,520 


448 


155 


1,242 


971 


475 


,115 


1 


,108 


,218 


89 


,728 


20 


,523 


56,530 


1 Dorchester 


17 


,669 


344 


,837 


274 


435 


556 


626 


178 


,675 




500 


,780 


34 


,095 








r redericK. 


43, 


947 


1,302 


354 


441, 


936 


1,089, 


259 


537, 


564 


1 


,730 


,535 


61, 


509 


2 


233 


87 999 


Garrett 


23 


974 


232 


813 


109, 


638 


608, 


121 


118, 


331 




423, 


041 


35, 


235 






88,380 


Harford 


75, 


136 


1,975, 


417 


1,038, 


250 


1,673, 


546 


609, 


652 


2 


244, 


040 






2 


882 


62,376 


Howard 


6, 


315 


1,590, 


005 


331, 


700 


1,276, 


864 


430, 


398 


1 


480, 


016 


30, 


736 


94 


357 


123,034 


Kent 


8 


660 


242 


165 


127, 


509 


331, 


824 


81, 


808 




301, 


052 






9 


857 


36,791 


Montgomery 


22, 


472 


13,813, 


305 


5,301, 


440 


4,105, 


354 


5,430, 


409 


16 


830, 


603 


424, 


736 






910,894 


Prince George ' s 


565, 


052 


13,729, 


682 


4,595, 


020 


4,637, 


338 


3,534, 


801 


15 


617, 


704 


526, 


905 


480 


253 


154,824 


Queen Anne' s 


9 


805 


283, 


823 


132, 


093 


469, 


621 


65, 


854 




334, 


801 


5, 


531 






30,263 


St. Mary's 


10 


970 


779, 


390 


453, 


114 


986, 


893 


266, 


026 




728, 


287 


70, 


091 


7 


457 


55,440 


Somerset 


18, 


357 


228 


566 


104, 


056 


404, 


813 


115, 


606 




277, 


780 


23, 


395 


9 


401 


39,796 


Talbot 


9, 


443 


338 


341 


123, 


121 


311, 


502 


102, 


649 




438, 


036 


1^, 


219 


7 


413 


40,856 


Washington 


98, 


603 


1,901, 


276 


557, 


052 


1,091, 


749 


286, 


088 


1 


973, 


881 


40, 


487 




455 


138,278 


Wicomico 


59 


468 


800 


626 


274, 


566 


960, 


205 


195, 


288 


1 


013, 


689 


^7, 


241 


7 


074 


66,993 


Worcester 


14 


277 


420, 


983 


138, 


858 


581, 


809 


96, 


404 




444, 


212 


30, 


124 


23, 


109 


24,752 



tncludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security, paid direct by State. 

Excludes federal and State reimbursement for school breakfast, school lunch, and special milk shown as an outgoing transfer in column 6. 



TABLE 

109 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Total Instruction 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Inst ruct ion 


WSi S 


V_#LJ I IK, LO^LCVi 


Supplies and Materials 




Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materia Is 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$620 ,294 ,565 


$583,726,230 


$3 713,085 


$28 , 777 , 178 


$8 ,643 ,688 


$4,537,368 


$15,596,122 


,0 /O ,0 


A llegany 


10,141,327 


9,457,621 


23,992 


553 ,894 


140 ,395 


109,247 


304 ,252 


105,820 


Anne Arundel 


47,911,085 


44,691,488 


210,120 


2 ,677 ,650 


533 ,646 


5 3 1 , 40 7 


1 ,612 ,597 


331,827 


Baltimore City 


118,743,802 


112,142,770 


847,798 


5,523,829 


2,686,525 


363,964 


2,473,340 


229,405 


Bait imore 


91,898,445 


87,066,909 


293,630 


3,708,192 


1,271,799 


338,882 


2,097,511 


829,714 


Ca 1 vprt 


3 725 517 


3 422 763 


39 919 


238 ,821 


43 ,575 


64 ,649 


130 ,597 


24 014 


Caroline 


2,989,210 


2,816,341 


18,275 


135 , 158 


26 , 301 


30 , 792 


78 ,065 


19,436 


Carroll 


10,097,649 


9,305,601 


56,582 


611 ,335 


123 , 183 


95 ,432 


392 , 720 


124,131 


Cecil 


6,575,939 


6,263,958 


9,716 


265,418 


81,707 


59,963 


123,748 


36,847 


Charles 


9,402,653 


8,555,492 


85,848 


666,874 


145 , 945 


145,871 


375,058 


94,439 


Do rchester 


4, 151 , 125 


3 768 088 


140 208 


2 13 , 95 1 


34,205 


2 9 , 48 1 


150 ,265 


28 878 


Frederick 


13,051,705 


12,177,207 


112,774 


648,251 


157,418 


91 ,299 


399,534 


113,473 


Garrett 


2,966,352 


2,764,684 


83 


162,883 


22,097 


34,212 


106,574 


38,702 


Harford 


18,196,454 


16,804,391 


137,989 


1,148,440 


336,548 


147,710 


664,182 


105,634 


Howard 


1 Q 919 lit; 


1 1 7QA 1 
11,/ 70 , ly J 


134 >333 


1,072,550 


315,468 


338,137 


418,945 


1 Q Q Q 1 7 

loO ,01/ 


Kent 


2,486,807 


2,231,865 


30,867 


174,762 


37,274 


28,834 


108,654 


49,313 


Montgomery 


108,972,506 


103,303,173 


579,563 


4,652,915 


932,148 


970,885 


2,749,882 


436,855 


Prince George's 


113,203,147 


107,375,057 


763,252 


4,307,348 


1,271,355 


771,936 


2,264,057 


757,490 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,755,943 


2,575,183 


14,243 


131,217 


27,035 


22,656 


81,526 


35,300 


St. Mary's 


6,782,870 


6,287,761 


40,590 


383,995 


95,482 


91,977 


196,536 


70,524 


Somerset 


2,494,846 


2,326,666 


18,437 


104,790 


28,153 


25,025 


51,612 


44,953 


Talbot 


3,287,094 


3,018,237 


30,393 


170,005 


33,048 


35,206 


101,751 


68,459 


Washington 


14,948,910 


14,131,360 


13,021 


580,711 


157,627 


90,640 


332,444 


223,818 


Wicomico 


8,257,864 


7,708,039 


84,206 


397,565 


103,917 


80,921 


212,727 


68,054 


Worcester 


4,041,200 


3,735,383 


7,024 


246,624 


38,837 


38,242 


169,545 


52,169 



TABLE 

109 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Elementary 



Local Unit 


Total 
Elementary 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$308 ,532 , 164 


$291 , 747 ,522 


$1,572,360 


$13,236,311 


$4,230,780 


$2 , 152 ,304 


$6,853,227 


$1,975,971 




4 701,197 


4,438 ,492 


7 ,345 


219,451 


63 ,696 


45,016 


110,739 


35 909 




23 , 765 ,446 


22 ,057 ,512 


73,118 


1,476,379 


329,877 


265 ,857 


880,645 


158 ,437 


Baltimore City 


61,920,695 


58i78l[835 


406^498 


2,633,559 


1,424,973 


140,073 


1,068,513 


98 .'so 3 


Baltimore 


43,420,644 


41,370,051 


127,608 


1,541,364 


513,705 


181,557 


846,102 


381,621 




1 983 944 


1 842 970 


20 727 


108,905 


20,105 


38,951 


49,849 


11 342 




1 463 311 


1 410 102 


1 905 


43,847 


10,535 


11,762 


21,550 


7 457 


Carro 1 1 


5 173 177 




2 1 805 


271 ,816 


52 ,457 


38 , 120 


181 ,239 


41 086 


Cecil 


3!o73[742 


2,951,365 


2, '866 


104,612 


36^593 


n\iik 


40,245 


14^899 


Charles 


5,264,847 


4,713,407 


58,820 


424,552 


90,424 


90,440 


243,688 


68,068 


Dor ches t er 


1 09 1 A7Q 


i , / 7j,OiO 


J i , oy\j 


85,782 


16,431 


15,674 


53,677 


:? , 


FredericK 


D J 1 , iOH- 




46 042 


326 ,009 


85 ,025 


46 ,380 


194,604 


55 652 


Garrett 


1,621,634 


1,512,394 


45 


86,279 


9,967 


23,728 


52,584 


22^916 


Harford 


9,827,110 


9,158,655 


23,622 


586,491 


165,783 


78,409 


342,299 


58,342 


Howard 


5,884,174 


5,172,335 


75,361 


533,454 


154,579 


156,573 


222,302 


103,024 


Kent 


1,317,995 


1,212,928 


7,105 


79,241 


18,073 


11,396 


49,772 


18,721 


Montgomery 


49,190,396 


46,980,126 


264,638 


1,768,049 


320,286 


368,297 


1,079,466 


177,583 


Prince George's 


60,130,855 


57,273,230 


339,131 


2,058,743 


712,414 


392 ,685 


953,644 


459,751 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,182,179 


1,112,349 


4,642 


54,501 


9,212 


16,883 


28,406 


10,687 


St. Mary's 


3,609,446 


3,378,566 


16,917 


181,789 


52,864 


63,861 


65,064 


32,174 


Somerset 


1,172,887 


1,108,998 


7,319 


41,779 


12,184 


12,282 


17,313 


14,791 


Talbot 


1,546,734 


1,433,439 


10,946 


71,425 


17,861 


8,947 


44,617 


30,924 


Washington 


7,040,625 


6,690,678 


6,680 


235,371 


54,029 


54,423 


126,919 


107,896 


Wicomico 


4,272,166 


4,032,181 


13,030 


197,083 


41,810 


45,807 


109,466 


29,872 


Worcester 


2 ,120,318 


1,984,162 


4,300 


105,830 


17,897 


17,409 


70,524 


26,026 



TABLE 

109 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Secondary 


Tota 1 
Secondary 


Sa laries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 




Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


local otate 


$306,743,568 


$287,535,976 


$1,991,692 


c 1 c ttq 
^ 1 J , , oo y 


yH,ji'+,7**/ 




Sfi i33 458 


$2 ,073,231 


Allegany 


5,404,04A 


4,998,835 


15,914 


321,777 


76,699 


64,231 


180,847 


67,518 


Anne Arundel 


23,859,307 


22,516,757 


137,091 


1,034,213 


185,419 


265,024 


583,770 


171 ,246 


Baltimore City 


54,723,239 


51,343,258 


402,372 


2,850,568 


1,254,093 


223,891 


1,372,584 


127,041 


Ba It imore 


47,974,352 


45,210,525 


165,840 


2,150,776 


758,094 


157,325 


1,235,357 


447,211 


\^ IVCLL 


1,706,057 


1,547,022 


19,192 


19 7 S 1 1 


£ J # u 


25 698 


78 345 


12,330 


Caroline 


1,522,016 


1,402,551 


16,370 


91,211 


15,766 


19,030 


56,415 


11,884 


Carroll 


4,879,075 


4,425,600 


34,106 


336,324 


70,726 


57,312 


208,286 


83,045 


Cecil 


3,490,970 


3,301,428 


6,850 


160,757 


45,114 


32,189 


83,454 


21,935 


Charles 


4,050,877 


3,759,876 


27,028 


238,642 


55,421 


55,431 


127,790 


25,331 


Dorchester 


2,132,127 


1,934,675 


55,612 




1 A 07*; 
iO *J 


1 Jin 7 




18,888 


Frederick 


5,891,091 


5,464,056 


60,723 


311,295 


70,580 


44,919 


195,796 


55,017 


Garrett 


1,316,307 


1,226,583 


38 


74,020 


12,130 


10,484 


51,406 


15 ,666 


Harford 


8,369,344 


7,645,736 


114,367 


561,949 


170,765 


69,301 


321,883 


47,292 


Howard 


7,327,941 


6,623,858 


79,194 


c Q Q n 
3 jy ,090 


1 t A O O O 


1 fll 




85,793 


Kent 


1 1^8 ROA 
i , LDO ,070 


1 mi 1 A A 

L f\J 1. L y 1'+'+ 




93,656 


19,201 


17,438 


57,017 


30,434 


Montgomery 


58,988,648 


55,625,491 


295,041 


2,813,131 


570,991 


602,588 


1,639,552 


254,985 


Prince George's 


52,525,077 


49,610,832 


421,822 


2,201,254 


541,384 


379,251 


1,280,619 


291,169 


Queen Anne's 


1,572,360 


1,461,430 


9,601 


76,716 


17,823 


5,773 


53,120 


24,613 


St. Mary's 


3,148,275 


2,886,239 


23,673 


200,013 


42,618 


28,116 


129,279 


38,350 


Somerset 


1,316,019 


1,212,110 


11,018 


62,745 


15,969 


12,743 


34,033 


30,146 


Talbot 


1,736,595 


1,583,157 


19,447 


96,471 


15,187 


26,259 


55,025 


37,520 


Washington 


7,847,426 


7,391,392 


4,771 


339,375 


103.598 


36,217 


199,560 


111,888 


Wicomico 


3,890,046 


3,609,603 


45,236 


197,421 


61,095 


34,840 


101,486 


37,786 


Worcester 


1,913,479 


1,743,818 


2,724 


140,794 


20,940 


20,833 


99,021 


26,143 



TABLE 

109 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Adult Education 













Supplies and 


Materials 














Total 












Total 


Salaries 




Supplies 










Local Unit 


Adult 


and 


Contracted 


and 




Library 




Other 




Education 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Textbooks 


Books 


Other 


Charges 


Total State 


$5,018,833 


$4,442,732 


$149,033 


$398,198 


$87,961 


$800 


$309,437 


$28,870 


Allegany 


36,086 


20,294 


733 


12,666 


- 


- 


12,666 


2,393 


Anne Arundel 


286,332 


117,219 


(89) 


167,058 


18,350 


526 


148,182 


2,144 


Baltimore City 


2,099,868 


2,017,677 


38,928 


39,702 


7,459 


- 


32,243 


3,561 


Baltimore 


jOj ,^^y 


400 , J J J 


182 


16 ,052 






16 ,052 


882 


Calvert 


35,516 


32,771 




2,403 




_ 


2,403 


342 


Caroline 


3,883 


3,688 


- 


100 


- 


- 


100 


95 


Carroll 


45,397 


41,531 


671 


3,195 


- 


- 


3,195 


- 


Cecil 


11,227 


11,165 


- 


49 


- 


- 


49 


13 


Charles 


86 ,929 


82 ,209 




3 ,680 


100 




3 ,580 


1 ,040 


Dorchester 


97,520 


39,597 


52,706 


5,217 


799 




4,418 




Frederick 


233,450 


213,690 


6,009 


10,947 


1,813 


_ 


9,134 


2,804 


Garrett 


28,411 


25,707 


- 


2,584 


- 


- 


2,584 


120 


Harford 


















Howard 


















Kent 


9,916 


7,793 


100 


1,865 






1,865 


158 


Montgomery 


793,462 


697,556 


19,884 


71,735 


40,871 




30,864 


4 287 


Prince George's 


547,215 


490,995 


2,299 


47,351 


17,557 




29,794 


6,570 


Queen Anne 's 


1,404 


1,404 














St. Mary's 


25 , 149 


22,956 




2,193 






2,193 




Somerset 


5,940 


5,558 


100 


266 






266 


16 


Talbot 


3,765 


1,641 




2,109 






2,109 


15 


Wa sh ington 


60,859 


49,290 


1,570 


5,965 






5,965 


4,034 


Wicomico 


95,652 


66,255 


25,940 


3,061 


1,012 


274 


1,775 


396 


Worcester 


7,403 


7,403 















TABLE 

no 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





1 

Pupil Personnel Services 


Health Services 




Total Pupil 


Salaries 




Supplies 




Total 


Salaries 




Supplies 




Local Unit 


Personnel 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 


Health 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 




Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Total State 


$8,875,604 


S8. 438. 362 


S 125, 304 


$118,623 


$193,315 


$1,918,104 


$1,352,985 


$361,590 


$178,301 


$25,228 


Al legany 


on £ 7A 
OU , /H 


7C Ann 




1 1 70 
1,1/7 


9 AA'5 




1 A Q*i 1 

i** , J 


ZD ,0^J 


n 7n 
Z ,U /U 


C QO 


Anne Arundel 




OU / , JO J 


i , / Jo 


1 AQ9 


An A9A 
, OZH 












Baltimore City 




A'l^ 7Qn 


7A 710 


cc 09 


1 7nA 


1A9 ^on 
jOZ , w 


on nc 
oU ,UD J 


lOD ,ODU 


1 1 A /. Q A 


J 


Baltimore 


813,381 


803,307 




2,719 


7,355 


468,284 


450,979 


7,201 


9.314 


790 


Calvert 


53,322 


43,842 


1,183 


4,665 


3,632 


17,437 


9,905 


3,590 


3.176 


766 


Caroline 


J J , f /D 




7A 

/O 


1 991 
1 , 1 


9A9 
ZfZ 


1 A 9on 

10 , zou 


7 ^nn 


7 *; 1 9 
/ ,3 Iz 


file; 




Ad 


Carroll 


7 J , U70 




1 9 AA 






A A 1 


J ID 


z ,HJU 


A 00 
Z ,070 




Cecil 


7Q 79A 


(LQ 7nn 

Do , /UU 


D ,OJO 


0/0 


A *\ 1 9 
f , J IZ 


1 '^fl 

7 , I JO 


A 1 n7 

, lU / 


1 nAO 


1 9A'^ 
1 , ZD J 


71 
/ 1 7 


Charles 


100,518 


77,852 


16,317 


3,182 


3,167 


11,534 




7,326 


4,208 




Dorchester 


26,194 


24,227 


- 


1,253 


714 


17,669 


11,348 


3,312 


2,768 


241 


Frederick 


on "IT? 


ft7 Zl'^H 


DO 


9 9m 

Z , ZU 1 


Ooo 


, 7'* / 


99 l^'K 
ZZ , LD J 


10 ,07J 


Z ,DOD 




Garrett 


17 79 n 






7^1 




9 07A 


A ClAA 


^ 1 n 

7 , J lU 


9AA 
Z'tO 


J , JDZ 


Harford 


199,500 


192,393 




6,704 


403 


75 , 136 


69,421 




5,205 


510 


Howard 


119,240 


112,039 




3,629 


3,572 


6,315 






3,938 


2,377 


Kent 


37,272 


33,950 


45 


781 


2,496 


8,660 


7,600 


1,060 






Montgomery 


2,148,704 


2,093,696 




8,527 


46,481 


22,472 


11,189 


11,052 


231 




Prince George's 


1,207,677 


1,111,789 


21,130 


8,453 


66,305 


565,052 


532,189 


4,737 


17,804 


10,322 


Queen Anne's 


20,849 


19,485 




1,213 


151 


9,805 


7,900 


765 


496 


644 


St. Mary's 


95,680 


87,286 


2,506 


4,182 


1,706 


10,970 


5,071 


4,531 


879 


489 


Somerset 


28,925 


26,110 




791 


2,024 


18,357 


8,586 


9,438 


333 




Talbot 


25,994 


23,400 




1,001 


1,593 


9,4A3 


8,100 


730 


113 


500 


Washington 


125,601 


123,266 


196 


750 


1,389 


98,603 


24,599 


72,981 


598 


425 


Wicomico 


40,695 


38.655 


204 


1,592 


244 


59,468 


54,527 


3,280 


1,563 


98 


Worcester 


17,604 


16,567 




502 


535 


14,277 


11,624 


696 


1,534 


423 



TABLE 

111 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 













Other Charges 






Salaries 




Supplies 


Tota 1 






Heat 




LfOC^l Unit 


Total 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 






for 






Operation 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Communications 


Utilities 


Buildings 


Other 




$78 746 948 


$48,175 201 


$1 ,591 ,844 


$2 ,473 ,373 


$26,506,530 


$2 ,258,021 


$15,093,107 


$8,225,493 


$929,909 


Allegany 


1,356,927 


925,730 


21,035 


57,380 


352 ,782 


17,341 


208,683 


119,921 


6,837 


Anne Arundel 


4,630,601 


2,699,988 


77,955 


94,306 


1,758,352 


191,518 


1,007,802 


556 ,040 


2 ,992 


Baltimore City 


17,710,296 


12,468,131 


564,495 


369,877 


4,307,793 


522,740 


2,565,292 


1,219,761 




Baltimore 


13,088,628 


8,088,688 


184,097 


445,050 


4,370,793 


344,122 


2,522,885 


1,163,974 


339,812 




387 467 


197 ,804 


12 ,753 


31 324 


145 ,586 


14,034 


76,140 


50,854 


4,558 


Caroline 


315,306 


155,510 


5,407 


17,684 


136 ,705 


12 ,885 


62 ,883 


56 ,202 


4,735 


Carroll 


1,208,751 


598,198 


25,219 


55,364 


529,970 


53,122 


290,781 


183,810 


2,257 


Cecil 


828,869 


430,584 


8,729 


18,914 


370,642 


31,127 


187,794 


150,711 


1,010 


Charles 


1,236,520 


572,492 


27,324 


63,110 


573,594 


54,234 


311,953 


205,532 


1,875 


Dorches t er 


344^837 


132 ,631 


3 ,609 


35 ,471 


173,126 


19,590 


79,308 


74,228 




Frederick 


1,302,354 


671,811 


17,783 


70,834 


541,926 


65 ,329 


277,405 


199,087 


105 


Garrett 


232,813 


122,174 


1,199 


14,868 


94,572 


8,901 


40,885 


44,359 


427 


Harford 


1,975,417 


884,722 


10,622 


100,938 


979,135 


63,357 


520,677 


334,156 


60,945 


Howa r d 


i , J y\j , \J\JD 




■^9 ^ 7Q 


QQ 1 Q7 


683,574 


46,207 


488,894 


147,872 


601 


Kent 


242,165 


104,857 


80 


10,721 


126,507 


18,865 


60,987 


42,228 


4,427 


Montgomery 


13,813,305 


8,773,808 


170,538 


393,034 


4,475,925 


631,964 


2,432,846 


1,292,562 


118,553 


1 Prince George's 


13,729,682 


8,020,928 


393,736 


382,592 


4,932,426 


3,573 


3,021,171 


1,603,173 


304,509 


' Queen Anne ' s 


283,823 


129,507 




22,075 


132,241 


10,617 


61,692 




59,932 


St. Mary's 


779,390 


434,005 


9,545 


35,420 


300,420 


36,185 


154,651 


107,793 


1,791 


Somerset 


228,566 


97,821 


2,150 


16,760 


111,835 


7,763 


52,354 


51,718 




Talbot 


338,341 


168,737 


2,281 


15,684 


151,639 


13,284 


80,868 


51,129 


6,358 


Washington 


1,901,276 


1,136,747 


3,038 


71,524 


689,967 


58,414 


351,341 


272,329 


7,883 


Wicomico 


800,626 


432,767 


11,959 


35,772 


320,128 


23,185 


154,630 


142,011 


302 


Worcester 


420,983 


152,906 


5,711 


15,474 


246,892 


9,664 


81,185 


156,043 





TABLE 

112 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Ma intenance 


Salaries 

and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equipment 
Replacement 


Total State 


$28,702,973 


$14,721,601 


$6,597,504 


$4,477,384 


$146,831 


$2,759,653 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Ca Ivert 


646,025 
1,565,672 
5,822,505 
5,357,746 

136,937 


201,426 
659,244 
3,302,624 
1,978,608 
91,957 


163,867 
416,861 
1,723,733 
2,101,759 
4,830 


163,825 
286,814 
582,409 
764,614 
27,175 


9,536 
32,122 

3,954 
14,138 
28 


107,371 
170,631 
209,785 
498,627 
12,947 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


104,157 
365,173 
253,815 
448 , 155 
274,435 


26,192 
164,419 
134,722 
222,950 

73,870 


35,863 
38,348 
28,703 
73,360 
92,665 


12,793 
121,310 

51,757 
115,064 

77,898 


484 
2,232 

323 
2,646 
3,502 


28,825 
38,864 
38.310 
34,135 
26,500 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


441,936 
109,638 
1,038,250 
331,700 
127 509 


175,329 
20,477 
347,808 
192,520 

ZlQ CiCiO 


115,749 
56,048 

128,510 
72,674 


83,899 
24,225 
229,865 
55,290 


628 
6,369 
129 
10,733 
674 


66,331 
2,519 
331,938 
483 
42 ,153 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St, Mary's 
Somerset 


5,301,440 
4,595,020 
132,093 
453,114 
104,056 


3,660,051 
2,673,449 

40 , 190 
165,351 

47,794 


265,559 
882,621 
49,545 
44,640 
15,583 


756,512 
775,366 
37,667 
86,693 
18,034 


34,581 
14,008 
56 

5,610 


584,737 
249,576 
4,635 
156.430 
17,035 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


123,121 
557,052 
274,566 
138,858 


50,619 
275,993 
118,454 

48,545 


23.872 
155,509 
62,089 
37,893 


14,670 
89,409 
43,844 
29,801 


1,780 
1,564 
1,075 
659 


32.180 
34.577 
49,104 
21,960 



TABLE 

113 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



LOC3.1 Unit 


Tota 1 
Pup i 1 
Transpor- 
tat ion 


J a La L 1. c o 

ages 




Contracted 


Services 




oupp lies 

• 1 

Mat er ia 1 s 


Other Charges 


Vehicle 
Rep lacement 


Total 
Cont ract ed 
S ervices 


Lont ract 
Rout es 


Bus 
Inspect ion 


Other 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Communi- 
cations 


uc 1 i It les 


Other 


Total States 


$36,862,073 


$11,463,863 


$22 , 196 ,942 


$16,249,801 


$32,138 


$5,915,003 


$1,575,446 


$618,957 


$14,262 


$14,044 


$590,651 


$1,006,865 


A 1 1 egany 


1 ,015 ,941 


129,602 


824,821 


815,267 


1,431 


8,123 


21,988 


16 ,497 


1,074 


664 


14 , 759 


23,033 


Anne Arundel 


3,070,977 


298 ,300 


2 ,653,852 


2 ,617,310 


2,721 


33,821 


25,458 


58,009 






58 ,009 


35,358 


Baltimore City 


5 ,547,031 


1 ,678 ,086 


3,670,427 


220,597 




3,449,830 


174,519 


23,279 


4,181 


13,380 


5 ,718 


720 


Baltimore 


3,868,682 


1,841,458 


1,117,746 


785,194 


1,192 


331,360 


531,596 


79,019 


1,752 




77,267 


298,863 


Calvert 


696,055 


23,822 


662,165 


652 ,916 


1,048 


8,201 


970 


9,098 


* 




9 ,098 




Caroline 


462 ,994 


18,791 


438,687 


434,072 


412 


4,203 


3 


5 ,513 






5 ,513 


- 


Carroll 


1,153,742 


47,472 


1 ,072 ,674 


1,066,030 


473 


6,171 


10,778 


16 ,818 






16 ,818 


6,000 


Cecil 


718,156 


65 ,513 


624,189 


621,689 


103 


2 ,397 


13,256 


15,198 






15,198 


- 


Charles 


1,242 ,971 


484,680 


723,790 


714,256 


1,814 


7,720 


9,653 


24,848 


- 


- 


24,848 


- 


Dorchester 


556,626 


25 ,003 


519,212 


505,878 


494 


12 ,840 


4 ,070 


8,036 






8,036 


305 


Frederick 


1,089,259 


326,160 


500,756 


442 ,830 


583 


5 7,343 


97,421 


20,659 






20 ,659 


144,263 


Garrett 


608,121 


31,953 


563,744 


555 ,018 


1,120 


7,606 


3,926 


7,228 


- 


- 


7,228 


1,270 


Harford 


1,673,546 


157,830 


1,364,894 


1,343,963 


1,615 


19,316 


38,825 


41,902 






41,902 


70,095 


Howard 


i , i /O , (50^ 


Aft 7 




1 1 Rft R9n 

i , iOO , oz u 


1 82 7 


15 386 


1 523 


8,941 






8,941 




Kent 


331,824 


33,390 


283,919 


282,897 


'l20 


'902 


5^317 


5,320 






5,320 


3,878 


Montgomery 


4,105,354 


2,927,560 


204,438 






204,438 


515,492 


126,190 






126,190 


331,674 


Prince George's 


4,637,338 


2,857,868 


1,746,912 


52,980 


6,750 


1,687,182 


2,888 


29,670 


6,903 




22,767 




Queen Anne ' s 


469,621 


44,077 


411,408 


406,763 


329 


4,316 


9,791 


4,345 






4,345 




St. Mary's 


986,893 


62,340 


880,219 


875,950 


150 


4,119 


14,775 


29,559 






29,559 




Somerset 


404,813 


17,877 


367,797 


367,797 






150 


18,989 






18,989 




Talbot 


311,502 


25,021 


278,587 


275,644 


300 


2 ,643 


1,229 


6,665 


352 




6,313 




Washington 


1,091,749 


265,305 


603,796 


566,248 


8,313 


29,235 


90,900 


40,342 






40,342 


91,406 


Wicomico 


960,205 


22,505 


923,446 


914,009 


1,103 


8,334 


468 


13,786 






13,786 




Worcester 


581,809 


18,883 


553,430 


543,673 


240 


9,517 


450 


9,046 






9,046 





TABLE 

114 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 







Salaries 




Supplies 




Local Unit 


Total 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 




Administration 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Total State 


522,371,679 


317,245,048 


S3, 580, 037 


51,041,721 


5504,873 


Allegany 


245,523 


209,322 


14,509 


13,205 


8,487 


Anne Arundel 


1,580,947 


1,194,361 


231,199 


106.675 


48,712 


Baltimore City 


4,695,904 


3,723,692 


865 , 705 


91.703 


14,804 


Baltimore 


2,399.133 


1,899,854 


288,128 


176.316 


34,835 


Calvert 


182,605 


139,226 


23,753 


7.432 


12,194 


Caroline 


87,313 


55,150 


19,766 


8,335 


4.062 


Carroll 


406,033 


278,709 


81,418 


28,687 


17,219 


Cecil 


249,553 


174,945 


42 , 184 


20,021 


12,403 


Charles 


475,115 


362,433 


58,147 


30,581 


23,954 


Dorchester 


178,675 


123,013 


32,917 


14,800 


7,945 


Frederick 


537,564 


399,940 


82,830 


37,145 


17,649 


Garrett 


118,331 


95,620 


5,999 


5,855 


10,857 


Harford 


609,652 


461,957 


103,283 


36,128 


8,284 


Howard 


430,398 


303,163 


69,909 


39,459 


17,867 


Kent 


81 ,808 


56 , 191 


7,919 


8 .082 


9 ,616 


Montgomery 


5,430,409 


4,509,466 


730,850 


106.866 


83,227 


Prince George's 


3,534,801 


2,465,543 


740,396 


224.474 


104,388 


Queen Anne ' s 


65,854 


33,341 


19,539 


9,017 


3,957 


St. Mary's 


266,026 


196,022 


34,243 


22,540 


13.221 


Somerset 


115,606 


73,119 


20,189 


8,845 


13.453 


Talbot 


102,649 


69,569 


2,913 


10 , 700 


19,467 


Washington 


286,088 


226,321 


38,016 


17,519 


4,232 


Wicomico 


195,288 


133,694 


42,754 


11,741 


7,099 


Worcester 


96,404 


60,397 


23,471 


5,595 


6,941 



TABLE 

115 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 







Paid by Local Boards of Education 


Paid Direct by State 




Total 






Insurance 










Teachers ' 


Teachers ' 


Local Unit 


Fixed 






and 


Employees ' 


Social 






Ret irement 


Social 




Charges 


Tota 1 


Rent 


Judgement s 


Ret ireinent 


S ecur i ty 


Other 


Total 


S y s t em 


S ecur i ty 


Total State 


$84,316 ,535 


coo ot/. nOQ 


coin o 1 Q 


QTn Q71 


93 , ooy , -JjO 


t: QOA Q/.o 
9_) , yyn , o^Z 


CA OOQ Qin 

94 , yjo , O iU 


cci: Ai^o AOi; 


CTO a 70 

90Z , Z J J , ^ /z 


<500 QIC ac^/. 

pzz , o io , yoM- 


Allegany 


1,471,925 


5 70 , 92 1 


8 ,870 


1 r» /. Q T Q 

10^ ,oz y 


62 ,598 


93,211 


301 ,413 


yui ,004 


521 712 


070 000 
J /y ,z yz 


Anne Arundel 


5,903,710 


i , /OD ,Z JU 




840 312 


OR/. 7 7 O 

z , / / y 


h!)Z ,do 1 




A 117 /,or\ 
"4,11/ ,HOU 


O QIC 70 
Z , J 15 , D /Z 


i , oU i , oUo 


Baltimore City 


16,273,775 


6,250,267 


336,118 


194,428 


911,509 


1,534,266 


3,273,946 


10,023,508 


5,811,295 


4,212,213 


Bait imore 


12,329,955 


3,752,994 


74,529 


2,779,329 


157,964 


740,606 


566 


8,576,961 


5,126,723 


3,450,238 


Calvert 


451 , 141 


it) 1 , J /U 




1 f\f\ RIO 


LJ , ODD 


, (Jo J 




Q Q 771 


1 R 7 /, n Q 


i JZ , JDZ 


Caroline 


354,265 


94 , 700 


4 ,260 


48 ,438 


9 , 95 7 


32 ,045 




25 9 ,565 


144 , 756 


114 , 809 


Carroll 


1,284,190 






Z4Z , jUD 




DO , i JO 


A 7 on 1 


ft 77 ftAf^ 

oily O^D 


Afl7 AnA 

f o / , DUD 


jyu , z'+u 


Cecil 


800,899 


229,713 


115 


163,345 


1,466 


58,583 


6,204 


571,186 


313,459 


257,727 


Charles 


1,108,218 


423,707 


19,000 


182,104 


86,108 


136,495 


- 


684,511 


343,348 


341,163 


Dorchester 


500 , 780 


168 ,497 


26 , 32 7 


85 ,5 1 1 


9 , 543 


^ / , 1 io 




OO Q 

JjZ ,Zoj 


1 Q 7 Q 1 
io / , O ij 


1 A A /,C^Q 
i44- , ^00 


Frederick 


1,730,535 


576 ,659 


13 ,490 


J iz , ji^y 


Q 7 1 /. /. 

y / , 


125 , 110 


Zo ,5Db 


1 1 t: o Q 7t 
i , ij J , O /D 


D /4 , DOU 


A 7 Q 1 Qii 

H /y , tyo 


Garrett 


423,041 


156,344 


9,854 


18,228 


21,699 


30,384 


76,179 


266,697 


155,527 


111,170 


Harford 


2,244,040 


578,095 




121,800 


92 ,597 


91,095 


272,603 


1,665,945 


964,365 


701,580 


Howard 


1,480,016 


411,472 




245,684 


38,313 


81,511 


45 , 964 


1,068,544 


585,768 


482,776 


Kent 


301,052 


103,002 


5,467 


60,318 


7,214 


25,935 


4,068 


198,050 


105,182 


92,868 


Montgomery 


16,830,603 


6,715,781 


22,348 


2,685,817 


2,903,974 


1,040,577 


63,065 


10,114,822 


6,367,406 


3,747,416 


Prince George's 


15,617,704 


5,407,518 


45 , 994 


2 ,905,896 


762,738 


1,031,285 


661,605 


10,210,186 


5,862,527 


4,347,659 


Queen Anne ' s 


334,801 


89, 167 


2,600 


25,966 


6,763 


24,020 


29,818 


245,634 


140,078 


105,556 


St. Mary's 


728,287 


188,199 


500 


82,815 


36,969 


67,915 




540,088 


266,675 


273,413 


Somerset 


277,780 


68,677 




40,213 


3,861 


24,485 


118 


209,103 


114,953 


94,150 


Talbot 


438,036 


139,118 


1,200 


23,496 


4,028 


26,938 


83,456 


298,918 


175,523 


123,395 


Washington 


1,973,881 


610,280 


541 


374,073 


90,771 


130,323 


14,572 


1,363,601 


808,225 


555,376 


Wicomico 


1,013,689 


273,244 


9,663 


154,293 


50,722 


58,566 




740,445 


417,703 


322,742 


Worcester 


444,212 


101,800 


480 


38,602 


2 ,500 


31,452 


28,766 


342,412 


187,065 


155,347 



TABLE 

116 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





Food Services 




Student 


Body Activities 






Total 


Salaries 




Supplies 






Total 


Salaries 




Supp 1 ies 




LfOcsil Unit 


Food 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 


Equipment 


D cuoenc isoay 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 




Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Replacement 


Act ivit ies 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Total State 


$2 ,348,614 


$705,861 


$700,976 


$618,061 


$269,490 


$54,226 


$1,560,032 


$866,005 


$360,106 


$235 ,858 


$98,063 


A 1 legany 


53,403 


16,560 


11,174 


25,000 


669 


- 






- 


- 




Anne Arundel 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


- 


- 


_ 


Baltimore City 


644,918 


- 


539, 158 


105,760 


- 


- 


700,251 


422,111 


118,359 


159,593 


188 


Baltimore 


144,261 


139,559 




1 ,319 


3,383 




112,759 


9,935 


97,670 


5,154 


- 


Calvert 


16,664 


8,229 


3,790 


4,268 


377 




11,518 


5,985 


4,833 


700 


- 


Caroline 


10,419 


3,489 


234 


6,696 






iZ , ooU 




7,978 


4,902 




Carroll 


32,172 


1,500 


18,302 


- 


8,368 


4,002 


51,771 


- 


9,750 


42 ,021 


- 


Cecil 


12,745 


4,715 


~ 


5,116 


495 


2,419 


5,839 


3,550 


2 ,209 


80 


- 


Charles 


89,728 


79,733 


616 


4,636 


3,343 


1 ,400 


20,523 


- 


3,446 


1 ,347 


15,730 


Dorchester 


34,095 


20,461 


7,176 


3,083 




3,375 


- 


- 






- 


Frederick 


61,509 


35,540 


2 ,113 


7,451 


4,718 


11,687 






696 


1,167 


J t KJ 


Garrett 


35 ,235 


23,830 


- 


5,925 


2,010 


3,470 




- 








Harford 








~ 






2,882 


- 






2,882 


Howard 


30 736 


9 900 


1 ,454 




19,382 




94,357 


20,333 


32 ,932 




41,092 


Kent 














9,857 


2,224 


5^861 


934 


838 


Montgomery 


424,736 


158,522 


79,391 


198 


186,625 














Prince George's 


526,905 


107,592 


276 


412,646 


6,391 




480,253 


394,817 


51,360 


25 


34,051 


Queen Anne ' s 


5,531 


677 


1,686 






3,168 












St, Mary's 


70,091 


35,349 


16,903 


7,710 


2,330 


7,799 


7,457 




2,561 


4,896 




Somerset 


23,395 


5,379 


809 


5,440 




11,767 


9,401 


3,850 


5,551 






Talbot 


14,219 


10,732 


1,050 


2,437 






7,413 




7,413 






Washington 


40,487 


17,318 


10,538 


12,015 


616 




455 






118 


337 


Wicomico 


47,241 


8,901 


3,103 


827 


29,271 


5,139 


7,074 




7,074 






Worcester 


30,124 


17,875 


3,203 


7,534 


1,512 




23,109 


3,200 


2,413 


14,921 


2,575 



TABLE 

117 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 













Other Charges 




Total 


Salaries 




Supplies 








Local Unit 


Community 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Total Other 


Nonpublic School 






Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Transportation 


Other 


Total State 


$3,522,572 


$2,529,212 


$212,981 


$284,713 


$495,666 


$284,790 


$210,876 


All ^o^rtv 


196 695 


117 181 


36 186 


19 962 


23,366 


2,997 


20,369 


Anno A in Hoi 


138 710 


71 637 


55 958 


3 945 


7,170 


_ 


7,170 


LJCX L U i-lil'w/ L C X I. y 


706 304 


641 629 


19 268 


5 129 


40,278 


- 


40,278 


Ra 1 f" TTTl/^T'O 

Da X L XlllU I. C 


141 213 


115 508 


1 7 10 


91 


23,904 


18,747 


5 , 157 


Calvert 


59^340 


54^687 




60 


4,593 




4,593 


CsL TO 1 inG 


43,971 


43 ,971 






_ 




_ 


Carro 1 1 


147 ,311 


3 1 903 






115,408 


15,000 


100,408 


Cecil 


133 798 


96 900 


4 118 


6 315 


26,465 


23,828 


2,637 




56 530 


53 947 




89 


2 ,494 




2 ,494 


Dorchester 


38!o24 


38*024 


- 










Fredenclc 


87 999 


54 454 


189 . 




33,356 


33,356 


_ 


Garrett 


88 380 


79 309 




871 


8,200 




8,200 


na L J.O ru 


62 376 


Si 710 

J H , / JKJ 




6 318 


1,328 




1,328 


Howard 


123^034 


48,336 


394 




74,304 


64,989 


9,315 


Kent 


36,791 


35,098 


107 


1,455 


131 




131 


Montgomery 


910,894 


454,819 


94,924 


239,738 


121,413 


114,629 


6,784 


Prince George's 


154,824 


154,824 












Queen Anne's 


30,263 


30,263 












St. Mary's 


55,440 


53,824 






1,616 




1,616 


Somerset 


39,796 


39,548 




248 








Talbot 


40,856 


30,850 






10,006 


10,006 




Washington 


138,278 


138,278 












Wicomico 


66,993 


64,740 


127 


492 


1,634 


1,238 


396 


Worcester 


24,752 


24,752 













TABLE 

118 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 





Grand 
Total 
Capital 
Outlay 


Current Expense Fund 




School Construction 


Fund 




Local Unit 


Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 


Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Remodeling 


Additional 
Equipment 

and 
Vehicles 


Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 


Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Remodeling 


Additional 
Equipment 


Total State 


$148,455,354 


yO ,OiH yL.JJ 






«/.•!/. TO"; 


y / jJUHji/O 


$139,641,059 


^79 7B1 LQL 


CQA TiQ QAQ 


$9,865,739 


$10,254,978 


Al legany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


531 ,627 
16,269,494 
30,340,15 7 
15,456,628 

352,699 


247,983 
555,721 
1,123,539 
1,836,683 

Qr\ QIC 

OK) yOlj 


45,529 
11,685 


24,815 
505,008 


13,143 
1,058 
10,634 


164,496 
554,663 
1,112,905 
1,319,990 

Of\ QIC 


283 ,644 
15,713,773 
29,216,618 
13,619,945 

271,884 


92,476 
2,325,423 
880,261 
551,267 

1 "7 /.ni 
1 / ,'»/J 


185,429 
10,684,582 
23,861,704 
11,308,964 
81 , 118 


1,711,451 
1,678,215 
1,324,831 


5 , 739 
992,317 
2 ,796,438 
434,883 
173,293 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


406 , 307 
2,727,726 
85,898 
3,459,736 

150,049 


34,746 
280,505 

54,906 
403,335 

1 O -3 OA 1 


165 

7,923 
25,692 


32,403 


206 

2,160 
79,492 


34,375 
280,505 

44,823 
265,748 

TOO •3/. 1 


371 ,561 
2,447,221 

30,992 
3,056,401 

16,708 


21,383 
779,884 

5,460 


328,171 
1,323,813 
30,992 
2,912,933 

,0 /3 


- 


22 ,007 
343,524 

138,008 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


5 ,000 , 160 
88,672 
6,307,406 
18,264,367 
1.018,119 


326,420 
73,457 
394,797 
366,710 
107,119 


15,474 

24,371 
5,537 


12,050 


2,000 
11,191 
60,204 
11.100 


298,896 
71,457 
383,606 
282,135 
90,482 


5 ,561 , 740 
15,215 
5,912,609 
17,897,657 
911,000 


288,389 
2,540 
224,630 
15,084,363 


4,931,098 
12,675 

5,575,591 
29,250 
911,000 


1,237,517 


I/O ** n 1 

342 ,253 

112,388 
1,546,527 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


18,571,636 
21,487,229 
159,131 
450,751 
532,649 


1,191,359 
1,065,858 
63,692 
18,993 
17,728 


12,735 

5,745 
716 


5,378 


223,868 
4,190 


1,191,359 
829,255 
63,692 
7,870 
12,822 


17,380,277 
20,421,371 
95,439 
431,758 
514,921 


862,416 
1,221,750 

3,517 
60,655 


10,869,379 
18,206,984 
87,814 
428,241 
330,744 


3,730,244 
86,570 


1,918,238 
992,637 
7,625 

36,952 


Ta Ibot 
Wash ington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


1,502,479 
3,118,103 
1,076,781 
209,550 


14,061 
145,914 
136,335 
140,278 


48,990 
8,156 
32 ,996 


24,241 
26,283 


8,511 
6,468 


14,061 
72,683 
93,385 
100,814 


1,488,418 
2,972,189 
940,446 
69,272 


295,075 
62,699 


1,301,437 
2,570,632 
751,422 


96,911 


186,981 
106,482 
92,113 
6,573 



TABLE 

119 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Debt Service 


Long-term County Bonds 


State Loan 


Redemption 


Interest 


Redempt ion 


Interest 


Total State 


$100,277,776 


$41,919,145 


$33,521,070 


$17,353,162 


$7,484,399 


Allegany 


659,548 


250 ,000 


104,407 


222 ,720 


82 ,421 


Anne Arundel 


8,379,425 


2 ,719,000 


2,378,477 


2,175,583 


1,106,365 


Baltimore City 


19,240,873 


9,795,450 


8,477,169 


274,785 


'693,469 


Baltimore 


16,934,237 


6,196,000 


4,393,994 


4,462,652 


1,881,591 


Calvert 


469,867 


159,000 


225,637 


62 ,546 


22,684 


Caroline 


427,767 


200 ,000 


144, 140 


69,340 


14,287 


Carroll 


1,229,681 


200,000 


356,475 


498,880 


174,326 


Cecil 


1,380,754 


790,000 


333,333 


236,399 


21,022 


Charles 


1,580,422 


440,000 


609, 133 


362,690 


168,599 


Dorchester 


331,577 


231,000 


100,577 






Frederick 


2,867,052 


1,190,000 


913.090 


572 ,457 


191,505 


Garrett 


168,404 


25,000 


6,375 


108,149 


28,880 


Harford 


3,158,526 


1,556,000 


1,126,985 


256,956 


218,585 


Howa r d 




945,000 


1,040,271 


386,380 


142,183 


Kent 


414,042 


145 ,000 


121,900 


110,100 


37,042 


Montgomery 


15,183,400 


6,434,187 


4,969,310 


3,019,566 


760,337 


Prince George's 


19,602,978 


7,893,000 


6,354,989 


3,724,193 


1,630,796 


Queen Anne ' s 


306,215 


145,000 


88,783 


48,264 


24,168 


St. Mary's 


607,249 


100,000 


38,650 


341,599 


127,000 


Somerset 


270,662 


155,000 


90,100 


19,294 


6,268 


Talbot 


606,152 


300,000 


176,390 


91,062 


38,700 


Washington 


2,032,599 


1,075,000 


708,885 


197,910 


50,804 


Wicomico 


1,310,405 


750,508 


530,788 


26,099 


3,010 


Worcester 


602,107 


225,000 


231,212 


85,538 


60,357 



TABLE 

120 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 
(Including Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 

nel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
t ion 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 

of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
porta- 
tion 


Admin- 
istra- 
t ion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Schoo 1 
Breakfast , 
Lunch 
and 
Special 
Milk 


Student 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
nrunity 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 




72 .58 


1 .04 


0.23 


9.21 


3.36 


4. 31 


2 .62 


3 . 42 


0.28 


2 .00 


0. 18 


0.41 


. 36 


Allegany 


68.78 


0.55 


0.29 


9.20 


4.38 


6.89 


1.67 


3.87 


0.36 


2.68 




1.33 


- 




76.81 


1 . 37 




7 .42 


2.51 


4.92 


2 .54 


2 .86 




1 .22 


0.22 


. 13 






68.92 


1 .49 


0.21 


10.28 


3.38 


3.22 


2 . 73 


3.63 


0.37 


4.60 


0.41 


0.41 


0.35 




74.57 


0.66 


0.38 


10.62 


4.35 


3.14 


1 . 95 


3.05 


. 12 


0.68 


0.09 


0.11 


0.28 


Ca Ivert 


66. 17 


0.95 


0.31 


6 .88 


2 .43 


12 .36 


3.24 


2.87 


. 30 


3. 19 


0.21 


1 .05 


0.04 


Caroline 


69.80 


0.78 


0.38 


7.36 


2.43 


10.81 


2.04 


2.21 


0.25 


2.61 


0.30 


1.03 




Carrol 1 


71.13 


0.66 


0.04 


8.51 


2.57 


8 . 13 


2 .86 


2 .86 


0.23 


1 .37 


. 36 


1 .04 


0.24 


Ceci 1 


70.59 


0.86 


. 10 


8 . 90 


2 . 72 


7 . 71 


2 .68 


2 .47 


. 14 


2 . 12 


.06 


1 .44 


0.21 




67.27 


. 72 


08 


8.85 


3.21 


8.89 


3 .40 


3 .03 


0.64 


3.35 


. 15 


0.40 


0.01 


Tv^ T" f^Vi p c p T" 


69.50 


.44 


0.30 


5 . 77 


4.60 


9.32 


2 . 99 


2 .82 


0.57 


2 .97 




0.64 


0.08 


Frederick 


73.81 


0.51 


0.25 


7.37 


2.50 


6.16 


3.04 


3.26 


0.35 


2.19 


0.01 


0.50 


0.05 


Garret t 


64.85 


0.39 


0.52 


5 .09 


2 .40 


13.29 


2 .59 


3.42 


0.77 


4. 75 




1 . 93 


* 


Harford 


73 .24 


0.80 


. 30 


7.95 


4. 18 


6.74 


2 .45 


2 .33 




1 .68 


0.01 


0.25 


0.06 


Howard 


73.51 


.66 


0.04 


8.85 


1 .85 


7.10 


2 .39 


2.29 


0. 17 


1.27 


0.53 


0.68 


0.66 


Kent 


69.90 


1.05 


0.24 


6.81 


3.58 


9.33 


2.30 


2.89 




2.06 


0.28 


1.03 


0.53 


Montgomery 


72.68 


1.43 


0.01 


9.21 


3.54 


2.74 


3.62 


4.48 


0.28 


0.68 




0.61 


0.72 


Prince George's 


74.96 


0.80 


0.37 


9.09 


3.04 


3.07 


2.34 


3.58 


0.35 


1.50 


0.32 


0.10 


0.48 


Queen Anne ' s 


69.84 


0.53 


0.25 


7.19 


3.35 


11.90 


1.67 


2.26 


0.14 


2.10 




0.77 




St. Mary's 


67.21 


0.95 


0.11 


7.72 


4.49 


9.78 


2.64 


1.86 


0.69 


3.91 


0.07 


0.55 


0.02 


Somerset 


67.59 


0.79 


0.50 


6.19 


2.82 


10.97 


3.13 


1.86 


0.63 


4.14 


0.25 


1.08 


0.05 


Talbot 


73.08 


0.58 


0.21 


7.52 


2.74 


6.92 


2.28 


3.09 


0.32 


1.99 


0.16 


0.91 


0.20 


Washington 


74.79 


0.63 


0.49 


9.51 


2.79 


5.46 


1.43 


3.06 


0.20 


0.95 


* 


0.69 




Wicomico 


73.81 


0.36 


0.53 


7.16 


2.46 


8.58 


1.75 


2.44 


0.42 


1.71 


0.06 


0.60 


0.12 


Worcester 


71.69 


0.31 


0.25 


7.47 


2.46 


10.32 


1.71 


1.81 


0.53 


2.49 


0.41 


0.44 


0.11 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 
(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



1971-72 



TABLE 

121 



Local Unit 


Total 
Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Person- 
nel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 

of 
Plant 


Admin- 
istra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


School 
Breakfast , 
Lunch, 
and 
Special 
Milk 


Student 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
munity 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Total State 


75 


85 


1 


09 





23 


9 


63 


3. 


51 


2 


73 


3 


58 





29 


2 


09 





19 





43 





38 


Allegany 


73 


86 





59 





32 


9 


88 


4 . 


70 


1 


79 


4 


16 





39 


2 


88 




- 


1 


43 




- 


Anne Arundel 


80 


79 


1 


43 






7 


81 


2 . 


64 


2 


67 


3 


01 




- 


1 


28 




- 





23 





14 


Baltimore City 


71 


2 1 


1 


54 





22 


10 


62 


3, 


49 


2 


82 


3 


75 





.39 


4 


75 





42 





42 





37 


Baltimore 


76 


99 





68 





39 


10 


97 


4. 


49 


2 


01 


3 


14 





. 12 





71 





09 





12 





29 


Calvert 


75 


50 


1 


08 





35 


7 


85 


2. 


78 


3 


70 


3 


27 





34 


3 


64 





24 


1 


20 





05 


Caroline 


78 


26 





88 





43 


8 


25 


2 . 


73 


2 


28 


2 


48 





27 


2 


93 





34 


1 


15 




" 


Carroll 


77 


42 





71 





04 


9 


2 7 


2 . 


80 


3 


11 


3 


12 





.25 


1 


49 





40 


1 


13 





26 


Cecil 


76 


49 





93 





11 


9 


64 


2 . 


95 


2 


90 


2 


67 





15 


2 


30 





07 


1 


56 





23 


Charles 


73 


84 





79 





09 


9 


71 


3. 


52 


3 


73 


3 


33 





71 


3 


67 





16 





44 





01 


Dorchester 


76 


64 





48 





33 


6 


37 


5. 


07 


3 


30 


3 


11 





63 


3 


28 









70 





09 


Frederick 


78 


66 





54 





27 


7 


85 


2. 


66 


3 


24 


3 


48 





37 


2 


33 





01 





53 





06 


Garrett 


74 


79 





45 





61 


5 


87 


2. 


76 


2 


98 


3 


94 





89 


5 


47 






2 


23 





01 


Harford 


78 


53 





86 





32 


8 


53 


4. 


48 


2 


63 


2 


50 






1 


80 





01 





27 





07 


Howard 


79 


13 





71 





04 


9 


52 


1. 


99 


2 


58 


2 


46 





18 


1 


37 





57 





74 





71 


Kent 


77 


09 


1 


15 





27 


7 


51 


3. 


95 


2 


54 


3 


19 






2 


28 





30 


1 


14 





58 


Montgomery 


74 


72 


1 


47 





02 


9 


47 


3. 


64 


3 


72 


4 


61 





29 





70 









62 





74 


Prince George's 


77 


33 





82 





39 


9 


38 


3. 


14 


2 


41 


3 


69 





36 


1 


55 





33 





11 





49 


Queen Anne's 


79 


28 





60 





28 


8 


16 


3. 


80 


1 


89 


2 


57 





16 


2 


39 









87 






St. Mary's 


74 


49 


1 


05 





12 


8 


56 


4. 


98 


2 


92 


2 


07 





77 


4 


33 





08 





61 





02 


Somerset 


75 


91 





.88 





56 


6 


95 


3. 


17 


3 


52 


2 


09 





71 


4 


65 





29 


1 


21 





06 


• Talbot 


78 


51 





62 





23 


8 


08 


2. 


94 


2 


45 


3 


32 





34 


2 


13 





18 





98 





22 


Washington 


79 


11 





67 





52 


10 


06 


2. 


95 


1 


51 


3 


23 





22 


1 


00 




* 





73 






Wicomico 


80 


74 





40 





58 


7 


83 


2. 


68 


1 


91 


2 


67 





46 


1 


87 





07 





66 





13 


Worcester 


79 


.93 





35 





28 


8 


33 


2. 


75 


1 


91 


2 


01 





59 


2 


78 





46 





49 





12 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 

Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

122 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



Loc3^1 Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Transportation 


Adminis- 
tration 


F ixed 
Charges 


Total State 


75 


.00 


1 


.07 





.23 


9.52 


3 


47 


4.46 


2 


71 


3 .54 


Allegany 


71.92 





.57 


0,31 


9.62 




58 


7.21 


]^ 


74 


4.05 




78 


.04 


1 


.39 






7.54 


2 


55 


5.00 


2 


57 


2 . 91 


Rfllt""imm*p r'lt'V 


73.44 


1 


.59 





.22 


10.95 


3 


60 


3.43 


2 


90 


3.87 


Ba 1 1 iinoire 


75.55 





.67 





.38 


10.76 


4 


40 


3. 18 


\ 


97 


3.09 


Ca Ivert 


69 


.50 


1 


00 





.32 


7.23 


2 


J J 


12 ,98 


•J 
J 


41 

*4 i 


3.01 


Caroline 


72,85 





81 


0,40 


7.68 


2 


J** 


11.28 


2 




2.31 


Carroll 


73 


.51 





68 


0.04 


8.80 


2 


66 


8.40 


2 


96 


2.95 


Cecil 


73 


,51 





.89 





.10 


9.27 


2 


84 


8.03 


2 


79 


2 .57 


Charles 


70.48 





75 


0.09 


9,27 


J 


.,>o 


9.32 


•5 

■J 


JV 


3. 17 


Dorcties ter 


72 


,60 


0.46 





.31 


6,03 


A 


an 


9. 73 






2 . 95 


Frederick 


76 


.17 


0.53 


0,26 


7.60 


2 


58 


6.36 


3 


14 


3.36 


Garrett 


70 


.07 





42 





.57 


5 .50 


2 


59 


14.36 


2 


80 


3.69 


(Td L 1. U L U 


74 


.74 





82 





.31 


8. 11 


4 


27 


6 .87 


2 


50 


2,38 


flL/W ci L U 


76 


.03 





68 





.03 


9. 15 


1 


91 


7 . 35 


2 


48 


2 . 37 


Kent 


72 


.74 


1 


09 





.25 


7.08 


3 


73 


9,71 


2 


39 


3.01 


Montgomery 


74 


.38 


1 


47 





.01 


9.43 


3 


62 


2,80 


3 


71 


4.58 


Prince George's 


77 


.07 





82 





.38 


9.35 


3 


13 


3,16 


2 


41 


3.68 


Queen Anne ' s 


72 


.01 


1 


54 





.26 


7.42 


3 


45 


12,27 


1 


72 


2.33 


St. Mary's 


70 


.93 


1 


00 





.11 


81.5 


4 


74 


10.32 


2 


78 


1.97 


Somerset 


72 


.02 





84 





.53 


6.60 


3 


00 


11.69 


3 


34 


1.98 


Talbot 


75 


.79 





60 





.22 


7.80 


2 


84 


7.18 


2 


37 


3.20 


Washington 


76 


.19 





64 





.50 


9.69 


2 


84 


5.57 


1 


46 


3.11 


Wicomico 


76,03 





37 


0.55 


7.37 


2 


53 


8.84 


1 


80 


2.51 


Worcester 


74 


.66 





33 





.26 


7.78 


2 


56 


10.75 


1 


78 


1.88 



Note: Expenditures by state for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



TABLE 

123 









Pupil 


Health 


Operation 


Maintenance 






Fixed 


Local Unit 


Instruct ion 


Personnel 


Services 


of 


of 


Administration 


Charges 








Services 






Plant 


Plant 






Total State 


78 


.50 


1 


12 





24 


9 


97 


3 


63 


2 


83 


3,71 


Allegany 


77 


.50 





62 





.33 


10 


37 


4. 


94 


1 


88 


4,36 


Anne Arundel 


82 


,14 


1.46 






7 


94 


2. 


69 


2 


71 


3,06 


Baltimore City 


76 


.04 


1 


65 





23 


11 


34 


3. 


73 


3 


01 


4 . 00 


Ba It imore 


78 


.03 


0,69 





40 


11 


11 


4. 


55 


2 


04 


3 . 18 


Ca Ivert 


79 


.87 


1 


14 





37 


8,31 


2. 


94 


3 


91 


3.46 


Caro 1 ine 


82 


.11 





92 





45 


8 


66 


2. 


86 


2 


40 


An 
z . ou 


Carro 1 1 


80 


.25 





74 





04 


9 


61 


2. 


90 


3 


23 


J . z J 


Cecil 


79 


93 





97 





11 


10 


08 


3. 


09 


3 


03 


z , /y 


Charles 


77 


.72 


0.83 





10 


10.22 


3. 


70 


3 


93 




Dorchester 


80 


43 


0.51 


0.34 


6,68 


5. 


32 


3 


46 


3.26 


Frederick 


81 


35 





56 





27 


8. 


12 


2, 


76 


3 


35 


3.59 


Garret t 


81 


83 





49 





66 


6. 


42 


3.03 


3 


26 


't . J 1 


Harford 


80 


26 





88 





33 


8 


71 


4. 


58 


2 


69 


2 .55 


Howard 


82 


06 





74 





04 


9 


87 


2. 


06 


2 


67 


2.56 


Kent 


80 


55 


1 


21 





28 


7 


84 


4. 


13 


2 


65 


3.34 


Montgomery 


76 


52 


1 


51 





02 


9 


70 


3, 


72 


3 


81 


4.72 


Prince George's 


79 


58 





85 





40 


9. 


65 


3. 


23 


2 


49 


3.80 


Queen Anne's 


82 


08 





62 





29 


8. 


45 


3. 


94 


1 


96 


2.66 


St. Mary's 


79 


09 


1 


12 





13 


9. 


09 


5,28 


3 


10 


2.19 


Somerset 


81 


56 





95 





60 


7. 


47 


3. 


40 


3 


78 


2.24 


Talbot 


81 


65 





65 





23 


8. 


40 


3, 


06 


2 


55 


3.46 


Washington 


80 


68 





68 





53 


10. 


26 


3. 


01 


1 


55 


3.29 


■Wicomico 


83 


40 





41 





60 


8. 


09 


2. 


77 


1 


97 


2.76 


Worcester 


83 


65 





36 





30 


8. 


71 


2,87 


2 


00 


2.11 



Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

124 



Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12*: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: 

Maryland Public Day Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



Local Unit 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965- 


■66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


Local D La L-c • LUC 1 UU -Lll^ 


























Retirement and Social 


























Security 


$403.07 


$425. 17 


$437.27 


$461.45 


$514 


97 


$585.51 


$652.43 


$739.58 


$816.30 


$ 913.52 


$ 990.20 


Excluding Retirement 


























and Social Security 


378.41 


398.74 


409.83 


437.10 


487 


96 


550.48 


614.04 


695.32 


764.63 


858.83 


928.02 


Allegany 


335. 13 


345.63 


364.89 


388.13 


4A4 


11 


492.89 


566.73 


631.41 


668.47 


760.82 


830.48 


Atme Arundel 


333.69 


348.77 


364.35 


387.75 


434 


18 


499.67 


554.95 


602.82 


678.90 


760.71 


837.33 


Baltimore City 


355.60 


373.23 


375.04 


390.56 


445 


69 


533.97 


581.29 


680.25 


736.68 


826.07 


871,97 


Baltimore 


393.07 


412.67 


442.87 


459.97 


497 


67 


554.78 


624.73 


702.29 


767.19 


875.18 


940,52 


Calvert 


347.95 


395.95 


406.30 


446.61 


496 


49 


568.34 


619.60 


638.96 


715.99 


801,34 


905.44 


Caroline 


380.55 


395.07 


411.12 


448.09 


485 


60 


549.63 


598.87 


633.66 


646.96 


740.48 


808.80 


Carroll 


334.48 


359.70 


369.72 


403.05 


433 


21 


497.22 


558.14 


591.89 


651.24 


710.91 


819.43 


Cecil 


371.94 


384.10 


392.91 


433.83 


478 


73 


534.97 


566.02 


641.00 


653.49 


708,13 


731,76 


Charles 


364.99 


375.23 


393.26 


435.42 


490 


45 


582.40 


671.06 


718.25 


751.50 


790.76 


938.75 


Dorchester 


344.70 


367.68 


378. 15 


426.33 


466 


16 


509.72 


612.60 


625.27 


687.14 


800.11 


909.27 


Frederick 


404.70 


408.18 


415.95 


464.21 


512. 


73 


580.90 


623.01 


671.29 


731.29 


787.89 


834.82 


Garrett 


351.83 


361.97 


354.61 


404.17 


490. 


59 


535.53 


540.34 


604.68 


685,02 


739.02 


762.12 


Harford 


377.67 


382.06 


405.81 


430.93 


479. 


91 


505.17 


572.29 


621.57 


660.06 


749.01 


800,43 


Howard 


355.98 


369.63 


383.41 


434.07 


481. 


05 


545.90 


614.81 


697.70 


761.84 


855.03 


939.29 


Kent 


378. 66 


394. 81 


419 . 89 


466 . 26 


507 . 






D 1 J . 77 


DO J . *♦ J 


7 "JQ fil 


ft'^') 1 Q 

O JZ . L7 


Q 1 n Qi 

7 LU . ? L 


Montgomery 


471.21 


505.86 


506.69 


545.63 


614. 


17 


652.55 


736.16 


845.73 


972.84 


1,083.22 


1,194.17 


Prince George' s 


371.91 


394.91 


408.14 


433.79 


485. 


35 


548.46 


606.80 


703.75 


774.64 


884.90 


943.38 


Queen Anne ' s 


392.98 


394.91 


421.20 


443.44 


487. 


53 


600.81 


64A.57 


676.72 


690.59 


772.95 


832.88 


St. Mary's 


371.91 


368.28 


376.51 


414.54 


492. 


79 


522.39 


590.20 


666.91 


680.72 


750.70 


848.40 


Somerset 


348. 13 


364.47 


367.09 


409.43 


433. 


09 


461.56 


499.22 


574.56 


597.92 


687.50 


782.58 


Talbot 


347.51 


357.56 


365.60 


418.95 


453. 


75 


551.92 


619.21 


655.97 


760.39 


826.51 


895.98 


Washington 


364.21 


396.54 


402.22 


451.62 


479. 


79 


497.15 


616.20 


663.67 


723.08 


800.00 


848.96 


Wicomico 


325.35 


351.12 


356.71 


400.99 


433. 


95 


498.83 


557.16 


584.66 


626.86 


693.01 


778.43 


Worcester 


372.29 


366.48 


364.75 


407.52 


422. 


25 


450.87 


575.41 


608. 2" 


656.96 


758.36 


856. C2 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils, where applicable, are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



TABLE 

125 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Prek-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 









All 


Costs Including Transportation 








All 


Costs Excluding Transportation 






Total Incl 


udini 


; State 


Total Excluding 


State 


Total Including 


; State 


Total Excluding 


I State 


Local Unit 


Share 


of 


Teachers ' 


Share of 


Teachers ' 


Share 


of Teachers' 


Share of 


Teachers ' 




Retirement 


and 


Retirement 


and 


Retirement 


and 


Retirement 


and 




Social 


Security 


Social 


Security 


Social Security 


Social 


Security 




Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Total State 


$ 990 


20 










$ 928.02 








S 948 


56 








$ 886 


38 








Allegany 


883 


7X 








ly 


830 


48 






X7 


823 


69 






14 


770 


45 






14 


Anne Arundel 


893 


64 








14 


837 


33 






14 


851 


64 






1 1 


795 


33 






XI 


Baltimore City 


926 


78 








10 


871,97 






10 


896 


45 






6 


841 


64 






6 


Baltimore 


1,007 


19 








3 


940 


52 






3 


977 


11 






3 


910 


44 






3 


Calvert 


954 


77 








9 


905 


44 






8 


836 


28 






13 


786 


96 






12 


Caroline 


860 


05 








19 


808 


80 






19 


768 


62 






20 


717 


37 






20 


Carroll 


872 


27 








18 


819 


43 






18 


802 


82 






17 


749 


99 






17 


Cecil 


778 


57 








24 


731 


76 






24 


719 


72 






23 


672 


90 






23 


Charles 


987 


23 








5 


938 


75 






5 


899 


20 






5 


850 


72 






5 


Dorchester 


962 


52 








7 


909 


27 






7 


873 


31 






9 


820 


06 






9 


Frederick 


891 


89 








15 


834 


82 






15 


838 


02 






12 


780 


94 






13 


Garrett 


810 


65 








23 


762 


12 






23 


699 


99 






24 


651 


45 






24 


Harford 


855 


20 








20 


800 


43 






20 


800 


17 






18 


745 


40 






18 


Howard 


997 


15 








4 


939 


29 






4 


928 


01 






4 


870 


16 






4 


Kent 


963 


98 








6 


910 


91 






6 


875 


06 






8 


821 


99 






8 


Montgomery 


1,277 


18 








1 


1,194 


17 






1 


1,243 


49 






1 


1,160 


48 






1 


Prince George's 


1,009 


17 








2 


943 


38 






2 


979 


29 






2 


913 


49 






2 


Queen Anne's 


886 


45 








16 


832 


88 






16 


784 


03 






19 


730 


46 






19 


St. Mary's 


896 


53 








13 


848 


40 






13 


808 


59 






16 


760 


47 






16 


Somerset 


829 


92 








22 


782 


58 






21 


738 


27 






22 


690 


94 






22 


Talbot 


957 


82 








8 


895 


98 






9 


893 


38 






7 


831 


55 






7 


Washington 


908 


25 








12 


848 


96 






12 


860 


78 






10 


801 


49 






10 


Wicomico 


831 


85 








21 


778 


43 






22 


762 


57 






21 


709 


15 






21 


Worcester 


912 


41 








11 


858 


02 






11 


819 


99 






15 


765 


61 






15 



*Includes the following: Administration, Instruction, Pupil Personnel Services, Health Services, Pupil Transportation, Operation of Plant, 
Maintenance of Plant, and Fixed Charges; excludes Adult Education, Home Teaching of Handicapped Children, Student Body Activities, 
Community Services, Capital Outlay, and Debt Service. 

/Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil cost. 



TABLE 

126 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Including 
Transportation 


Pup X 1 
Trans- 
porta- 
tion 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Excluding 
Transportation 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 

of Plant 


Mainte- 

nance 
of Plant 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 




$928 


.02 


$41 .64 


S886 ')R 


$694.48 


$ 10 . 03 


$2 


17 




0^ 


$32 . 42 


$25 


27 


$33 06 


Allegany 


830 


48 


60.03 


770.45 


596.53 


4.77 


2 


57 


80 


17 


38.17 


14 


51 


33.73 


Anne Airundel 


837 


33 


42 00 


795.33 


652 . 89 


11 .64 






63 


33 


2 1 42 


21 


62 


24 43 


Ba 1 1 iniore City 


871,97 




0*+ 1 • OH 




l** . UH 


1 


98 


QA 

70 


O J 


n wi 

J 1 . O J 


25 


68 


j*+ , 1 / 


6a 1 1 imoi'e 


940.52 


in nft 

JKJ • UO 


Q1 n LL 


709 27 


u . 


3 


64 


lU 1 


7/. 
/ H 


Al AS 

HI, O J 


18 


65 


9Q 17 


L»a iverc 


905.44 


lift Aft 


/ OD • -7D 


fi9 7 in 
/ . lu 


7 . UO 


2.97 


AR 




91 11 


31 


08 


27 47 


Caroline 


808 


80 


91.43 


717.37 


588.77 


6.61 


3 


22 


62 


26 


20.57 


17 


24 


18.70 


Carro 1 1 


819.43 


7. '**+ 


7AQ QQ 
/ H7 ,yy 


fion A'^ 


J • ou 


0.33 


72 


ID 


9 1 QA 
Z i . 70 


24 


44 


24 , 46 


Cec i 1 


731 


76 




f\io on 


J -J 1 • O I 


A ST 





75 


/ 




9n An 
• ou 


20 


45 


1 A A1 

LO • OJ 


cnar ies 


938 


75 


oo ,\Jj 


03U . /Z 


Q Q 1 


7 19 
/ . IZ 


0,82 


87 


5 7 


1 1 7A 
J i . /H 


33 


65 


in m 

JU . U 1 


Dorchester 


909 


27 


07 . Z 1 


OZU . UO 


D3o . 1^ 


A 9n 
H . ZU 


2 


83 


55 


26 


A1 QA 
H J . yo 


28.64 


9 7 nn 
z / . uu 


Frederick 


834 


82 


53.88 


780.94 


632.92 


4.47 


2 


17 


64 


41 


21.86 


26 


59 


28.52 


Garrett 


762 


12 


Tin A? 


DDI .H3 


3-31 . 


"X 91 
J . Z J 


4 


36 


42 


37 


1 Q QS 


21 


54 


9A AS 
ZO . Hj 


LlSiLLOTQ, 


800 


43 


55 03 


7/. Q An 

/ H J • HU 


^Qft 9 A 


A A 


2 


47 


64 


95 


1A 11 
JH . i J 


20.04 


1 Q ni 

1 7 ■ U X 


Howard 


939 


29 




Q 7rv 1 c 


7 1 o T\ 


A AA 
D • HO 





34 


86 


09 


1 7 QA 


23 


30 


99 9A 

■ ZO 


Kent 


910 


91 


88.92 


821.99 


661.10 


9.99 


2 


32 


64 


89 


34.17 


21 


92 


27.60 


Montgomery 


1,194 


17 


33.69 


1,160.48 


886.12 


17.63 





18 


113 


36 


43.51 


44 


57 


55.11 


Prince George's 


943 


38 


29.89 


913.49 


726.35 


7.78 


3 


64 


88 


48 


29.61 


22 


78 


34,85 


Queen Anne' s 


832 


88 


102.42 


730.46 


599.26 


4.55 


2 


14 


61 


90 


28.81 


14 


36 


19,44 


St. Mary's 


848 


40 


87.93 


760,47 


600.67 


8.53 





98 


69 


45 


40.37 


23 


70 


16.77 


Somerset 


782 


58 


91.64 


690.94 


563.21 


6.55 


4 


16 


51 


75 


23.55 


26 


17 


15.55 


Talbot 


895.98 


64.43 


831.55 


678.75 


5.38 


1 


95 


69 


99 


25,47 


21,23 


28.78 


Washington 


848 


96 


47.47 


801.49 


645,88 


5.46 


4 


29 


82 


67 


24.22 


12 


44 


26.53 


Wicomico 


778.43 


69.28 


709.15 


590.55 


2.94 


4 


29 


57 


76 


19.81 


14.09 


19.71 


Worcester 


858.02 


92.41 


765.61 


640.14 


2.80 


2 


27 


66 


87 


22.05 


15 


31 


16.17 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



Note: Expenditures by state for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

127 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1971-72 



Local Unit 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$23.96 


$19 


23 


$30 


.11 


$30 


,13 


$23,60 


$38 


45 


$31,77 


$26 


96 


$37,64 


A 1 legany 


22.65 


18 


12 


27 


10 


30 


60 


24 


21 


37 


45 


17 


23 


12 


70 


22 


04 


Anne Arunde 1 


31.15 


28.08 


35 


24 


34,72 


30,01 


40 


75 






37 


38 


JU 


/D 


Ba It imore City 


14,88 


11 


22 


20 


51 


28 


36 


23 


14 


36 


09 




Q Q 


24 


57 


Q "7 


b5 


Ba It irnore 


21.91 


lb 


/y 


27 


59 




"7 1 
1 1 


zU 




32 


00 






23 


52 


T /. 

J4 


08 


Calvert 


25.29 


24 


66 


26 


10 


38 


84 


35 


53 


43 


08 






33 


26 




05 


Caroline 


18.80 


14 


25 


24.18 


29 


45 


18 


94 


45 


54 


26 


67 


16 


24 


38 


58 


Carroll 


27.27 


20 


24 


35 


71 


35 


80 


28 


19 


45 


15 


Jb 


bU 


30 


12 


A A 




Cecil 


14,42 


11 


05 


18 


17 


23 


17 


15 


12 


33 


08 




7 R 


17 


06 


1K> 


A Q 


Charles 


31,50 


28 


65 


35.42 


31 


97 


30 


84 


33 


47 


A C 

4b 


y 1 


51 


91 


40 


17 


Dorchester 


20,86 


18 


19 


23 


66 


30 


18 


24 


93 


35 


94 


33 


45 


26 


30 


41 


29 


Frederick 


21,87 


20 


74 


23 


16 


28 


67 


26 


05 


31 


64 


31 


52 


29 


89 


33 


44 


Garrett 


28,74 


30 


03 


27 


09 


22 


47 


20 


54 


24 


64 


29 


17 


27 


97 


30 


70 


Harford 


28,91 


27 


76 


30 


54 


32 


07 


26 


87 


39 


06 


37 


76 


33 


95 


42 


76 


Howard 


34,33 


29 


17 


40 


97 


41 


73 


35 


52 


49 


72 


58 


07 


51 


79 


65 


99 


Kent 


29,16 


23 


24 


37 


42 


45 


94 


34 


74 


60 


28 


46 


33 


39 


76 


53 


86 


Montgomery 


26.63 


20 


65 


33 


43 


33 


73 


25 


39 


42 


95 


37 


60 


28 


08 


47 


78 


Prince George's 


28.85 


23 


05 


37 


25 


30 


22 


20 


22 


44 


44 


27 


45 


23 


15 


33 


21 


Queen Anne's 


21.58 


12 


34 


33 


18 


25 


79 


18 


32 


34 


80 


28 


62 


22 


00 


36 


40 


St. Mary's 


30.72 


23 


32 


42 


32 


25 


36 


23 


23 


28 


63 


34 


02 


26 


90 


44 


80 


Somerset 


11.59 


11 


34 


11 


88 


25 


43 


16 


17 


37 


58 


23 


66 


16 


81 


32 


48 


Talbot 


31.00 


26 


15 


36 


66 


45 


19 


41 


73 


49 


51 


34 


73 


27 


33 


43 


45 


Washington 


28.60 


19 


97 


39.04 


22 


15 


17 


43 


27 


77 


24 


99 


18 


91 


32 


16 


Wicomico 


19.74 


15 


85 


25 


04 


23 


02 


18 


31 


29 


20 


28 


46 


25 


07 


32 


91 


Worcester 


28.27 


18 


15 


40.46 


42 


85 


36 


84 


49 


88 


38 


00 


31 


70 


45 


11 



TABLE 

128 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1971-72 



Local Unit 


1969-70 1 






-.97 


0-7: 








1971 


-72 




Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$6.32 


$ 5. 


20 


$ 7 


78 


S 8. 


39 


S 7. 


48 


S 9. 


56 


S 9. 


66 


S 8. 


69 


SlO, 


86 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 


7.04 
8.65 


5. 
7. 


97 
91 


8 
9 


10 
64 


8. 
8. 


05 
56 


6 
7 


67 
74 


9. 
9. 


54 
61 


8. 

7 


29 
05 


7. 
8. 


30 
35 


9. 
5 . 


35 
51 


Baltimore City 


1.81 


L . 


z o 


2 


63 


10. 


21 


11 


19 


8. 


78 


14 


65 


13. 


29 


16. 


57 


Baltimore 


7.43 


4. 


89 


10 


25 


8 


75 


6 


02 


11. 


70 


9 


89 


7. 


84 


12. 


01 


Ca Ivert 


6 .02 


4. 


41 


8 


09 


6 


60 


5 


64 


7. 


82 


7 


42 


6. 


14 


9. 


03 


Caroline 


4.57 


5 


68 


3 


24 


5 


22 


4 


12 


6 


50 


5 


19 


3 


90 


6 


67 


Carroll 


7.30 


6 


22 


8 


58 


8 


03 


6 


11 


10 


38 


7 


41 


5 


81 


9 


32 


Ceci 1 


3.71 


J 


J 1 


■5 
J 


.86 


g 


74 


5 


73 


7 


98 


6 


70 


5 


97 


7 


43 


Lnari.es 


8.97 


8 


01 


10 


.28 


8 


27 


8 


38 


8 


13 


10 


33 


11 


06 


9 


33 


Dorchester 


7.68 


8 


28 


7 


.05 


8 


12 


6 


53 


9 


85 


5 


35 


5 


04 


5 


70 


Frederick 


6.54 


7 


17 


5 


.81 


7 


75 


8 


63 


6 


76 


7 


70 


7 


79 


7 


58 


Garrett 


9.69 


1 n 

iU 




3 


. 19 


3 


63 


3 


35 


3 


95 


4 


02 


3 


23 


5 


03 


Harford 


8.60 


8 


13 


9 


.27 


9 


79 


8 


.82 


11 


10 


11 


06 


9 


60 


12 


99 


Howard 


10.97 


9 


17 


13 


.28 


12 


23 


10 


.22 


14 


83 


17 


08 


15 


01 


19 


69 


Kent 


8.70 


7 


42 


10 


.48 


9 


.87 


8 


.47 


11 


65 


9 


.99 


9 


07 


11 


04 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 


6.75 
8.07 


4 
7 


99 
.24 


8 
9 


.74 
.28 


7 
7 


.30 
.05 


4 
6 


.61 
.33 


10 
8 


27 
07 


7 
8 


.31 
.08 


5 
8 


09 
01 


9 
8 


70 
17 


Queen Anne ' s 


5.01 


2 


42 


8 


.26 


5 


.27 


3 


.53 


7 


.37 


5 


.90 


3 


72 


8 


46 


St. Mary's 


7.40 


6 


.54 


8 


.73 


5 


.00 


4 


.87 


5 


.20 


8 


.51 


7 


82 


9 


55 


Somerset 


5.64 


4 


.96 


6 


.44 


15 


.07 


10 


.17 


21 


.48 


6 


.37 


4 


90 


8 


.27 


Talbot 


8.88 


8 


.30 


9 


.56 


9 


.41 


8 


.31 


10 


.79 


6 


.84 


6 


.83 


6 


.84 


Washington 


7.52 


6 


.84 


8 


.35 


7 


.04 


6 


.60 


7 


.57 


6 


.85 


4 


.34 


9 


.82 


Wicomico 


5.36 


4 


.84 


6 


.06 


6 


.23 


5 


.34 


7 


.40 


7 


.42 


5 


.32 


10 


.11 


Worcester 


5.83 


5 


.49 


6 


.23 


10 


.12 


7 


.93 


12 


.68 


1 ^ 


.17 


5 


.36 


7 


.08 



TABLE 

129 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1971-72 



Local Unit 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 




fi 1 

O i 


9 J 


i J 


9 '+ 


24 


9 ^ 


7Q 


9 -> 


77 


9 




9 ^ 


12 


$ 4.42 


$ 5.99 


i 1 1 Q era r\\T 

Ci i. i-XZp^CLLly 


2 


3 1 


2 


60 


2 


02 


3 


34 


2 


90 


3 


82 


g 


45 


5.16 


7.83 


Anno A y~i in H o 1 


4 


63 


3 


97 


5 


51 


8 


11 


5 


93 


10 


91 


7 


26 


6.73 


7.88 







75 


1 


02 





33 


3 


01 


1 


45 


5 


32 


1 


99 


1.31 


2.96 


Bel 1 1 xrnors 


2 


59 


1 


79 


3 


47 


2 


99 


2 


63 


3 


37 


2 


63 


2 , 77 


2 .49 


Calvert 


5 


24 


c 
J 


Z 1 


5 


27 


8 


69 


7 


53 


10 


18 




00 


11.89 


9.88 


Caro 1 ine 


2 


33 


I 


00 


3 


90 


4 


27 


2 


29 


g 


55 




08 


4.36 


8.05 


Carroll 


3 


57 


2 


57 


4 


76 


3 


55 


2 


97 


4 


26 


5 


74 


4.22 


7.55 


Ceci 1 





78 





71 





85 


3 


54 


1 


32 


6 


27 


4 


91 


4.53 


5.30 


Char 1 es 


8 


12 


5 


77 




35 


7 


23 


7 


33 


7 


10 


10 


33 


11 .06 


9 . 33 


Dorchester 


1 


21 


I 


57 





83 


3 


02 


4 


27 


1 


64 


4 


72 


4.81 


4.64 


Frederick 


2 


83 


3 


22 


2 


38 


4 


71 


4 


40 


5 


08 


4 


52 


4.25 


4.82 


Garrett 


5 


25 


6 


46 


3 


71 


4 


36 


5 


77 


2 


77 


6 


23 


7.69 


4.35 


Harford 


3 


13 


3 


17 


3 


08 


3 


91 


2 


95 


5 


19 


4 


86 


4 54 


S 9 7 


Howard 


7 


78 


6 


26 


9 


73 


11 


89 


9 


37 


15 


14 


18 


31 


15.20 


11.11 


Kent 


4 


28 


2 


82 


6 


30 


5 


26 


5 


85 


4 


50 


7 


73 


5.72 


10.03 


Montgomery 


7 


28 


6 


81 


7 


82 


7 


22 


6 


61 


7 


89 


7 


97 


5.85 


10.23 


Prince George's 


4 


00 


3 


48 


4 


76 


4 


62 


3 


84 


5 


74 


4 


97 


4.42 


5.72 


Queen Anne's 


3 


.12 


2 


12 


4 


37 


4 


60 


2 


32 


7 


35 


4 


94 


6.81 


2.74 


St. Mary's 


7 


99 


3 


32 


15 


31 


3 


65 


3 


61 


3 


70 


8 


20 


9.45 


6,30 


Somerset 


1 


87 


1 


52 


2 


28 


3 


68 


2 


76 


4 


88 


5 


67 


4.94 


6.60 


Talbot 


5 


62 


4 


28 


7 


18 


6 


00 


5 


77 


6 


28 


7 


28 


3.42 


11.83 


Washington 


3 


86 


3 


32 


4 


52 


3 


27 


3 


23 


3 


33 


3 


94 


4.37 


3.43 


Wicomico 


3 


81 


3 


15 


4 


70 


5 


29 


3 


91 


7 


10 


5 


82 


5.83 


5.81 


Worcester 


3 


84 


2 


08 


5 


96 


7 


95 


5 


72 


10 


55 


6 


07 


5.21 


7.04 



TABLE 

130 



Foundation Program: K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Foundation 
Program 


Local Contribution Rate 0.849 % 


Local Contribution Rate 0.872 % 


Minimum 
Guarantee 
Excess 
Amount 


Section 
128 (B) 
(5-2) 


Total* jj 
State 1 
Share | 



Local Base 


State Share 


State 

% 


Local Base 


State Share 


State 

% 


Total State 


$333,124,621 


$23,217,620,979 


$136,007,018 


40.87. 


$23,160,085,738 


$131,168,674 


39.47. 


$15,451,926 


$21,529,719 


$173,070,631 


Allegany 


6,635,492 


350,973,228 


3,655 ,729 


55 . 1 


350,973,228 


3,575 ,005 


53.9 


- 


471,268 


4,126,997 


Anne Arundel 


26,845,779 


1,606,866,919 


13,203,479 


49.2 


1,591,061,577 


12,971,722 


48.3 


- 


1,988,331 


15,191,810 


Baltimore City 


69,136,958 


3,683,149,008 


37,867,023 


54.8 


3,689,917,873 


36 ,960,874 


53.5 


- 


5,242,561 


43,109,584 


Baltimore 


48,693,307 


3,966,741,011 


15,015,676 


30.8 


3,966,741,011 


14,103,325 


29.0 


2,209,453 


2,463,037 


19,688,166 k 


Calvert 


2,238,852 


111,628,456 


1,291,126 


57.7 


109,779,742 


1,281,573 


57,2 


- 


192,311 


1,483,437 1 


Caroline 


1,957,601 


"7fl ACT lOT 

/9 , 95 / , 38 / 


1 ,278 , 763 


65 .3 


77 ,636 ,586 


1 ,280,610 


65 .4 


- 


196,977 


1,477,587 * 


Carroll 


6,110,371 


378,543,313 


2 ,896,538 


47.4 


372 ,490,768 


2 ,862 ,252 


46.8 


- 


453,896 


3,350,434 


Cecil 


4,573,123 


236,917,102 


2 ,561 ,697 


56.0 


234,603,959 


2 ,527,376 


55.3 


- 


373,568 


2,935,265 


Charles 


5 ,248,797 


263,319,044 


3,013,218 


57.4 


259,652,805 


2,984,625 


56.9 


- 


490,440 


3,503,658 


Dorchester 


2,445,491 


131,944,359 


1,325,283 


54.2 


129,581,605 


1,315,539 


53.8 


- 


174,555 


1,499,838 


Frederick 


7,677,057 


511,655,149 


3,333, 105 


43.4 


511,655 ,149 


3,215,424 


41.9 


- 


512,828 


3,845,933 


Garrett 


2 ,230,349 


108,043,779 


1 ,313,057 


58.9 


102 ,248,675 


1,338,741 


60.0 


- 


196,892 


1,535,633 


Harford 


11,239,874 


608,310,794 


6,075,315 


54.1 


608,310,794 


5,935,404 


52.8 


- 


922,797 


6,998,112 


Howard 


6,845,923 


515,234,739 


2,471,580 


36.1 


515,234,739 


2,353.076 


34,4 


- 


464,777 


2,936,357 


Kent 


1,423,664 


99,713,708 


577,095 


40.5 


97,857,901 


570,343 


40.1 




84,966 


662 ,061 


Montgomery 


46,536,289 


4,991,747,044 


4,156,357 


08.9 


4,991,747,044 


3,008,255 


06.5 


12,811,454 


1,759,531 


18,727,342 


Prince George's 


57,235,726 


4,034,307,151 


22,984,458 


40.2 


4,034,307,151 


22,056,568 


38.5 




3,605,423 


26,589,881 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,753,285 


111,228,877 


808,952 


46.1 


108,545,431 


806,769 


46.0 




113,359 


922,311 


St. Mary's 


4,027,830 


171,965,118 


2,567,846 


63.8 


161,186,602 


2,622,283 


65.1 




479,950 


3,102,233 


Somerset 


1,788,039 


65,923,283 


1,228,342 


68.7 


65,360,339 


1,218,097 


68.1 




176,755 


1,405,097 


Talbot 


1,842,675 


172,295,016 


379,890 


20.6 


168,182,034 


376,128 


20.4 


249,447 


85,001 


714,338 


Washington 


8,956,465 


512,924,177 


4,601,739 


51.4 


512,924,177 


4,483,766 


50.1 




593,201 


5,194,940 


Wicomico 


5,285,573 


296,661,666 


2,766,915 


52.3 


296,661,666 


2,698,683 


51.1 




372,386 


3,139,301 1 


Worcester 


2,396,101 


207,569,651 


633,835 


26.5 


203,424,882 


622,236 


26.0 


181,572 


114,909 


930,316 ■{ 



*Excluded are funds for tuition (5585,356), density aid ($9,194,250), and provision 128 (c) ($436,754). The total State share of current expenses (program .01) 
is $183,318,979 which also includes the minimim guarantee and section 128(b) (5-2). 



Note: Article 77, section 128 of The Public School Laws of Maryland provides $299 per pupil to support a basic minimum salary schedule of S5 , 100 - $7,400 and a 
staffing ratio of 45 certificated staff per 1,000 pupils, S71 for other current expense, and $30 for increased enrollment. Effective 1965, support for 
transportation costs is provided under a separate program. Effective July 1, 1970, an amount of $22 per pupil equalized according to the ratio of State 
to Local wealth is added as section 128(b) (5-2). 



TABLE 

131 

Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratios: K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



LiOC3.1 Unit 


Pupils 


Staffing Ratio 


Wealth Per Pupil 


State Share of 
Foundation Program 


State 
Share 
of Current 
Expenses 


School 


Level 


Central 


Office 


At 0.849 7o 


At 0.872 7„ 


At 0.849 7o 


At 0.872 % 


Number 


Ratio 


Number 


Ratio 


Total State 


890,679.0 


45 ,681 


51.4 


1,628 


1.8 


$26,067 


$26,003 


$206 


$203 


$206 


A llegany 


1 7 r\n 1 r\ 
L / , UU i . U 


834 


49.1 


30 


1.7 


20,644 


20,644 


247 


244 


9 /i 7 


Anne Arundel 


/ J , U^J • U 


3,648 


50.0 


140 


1.9 


22,004 


21,788 


208 


205 


9 no 


Baltimore City 


100 QQ C r\ 
LOJ y OOD • U 


8,641 


47.3 


416 


2.2 


20 ,030 


20,066 


284 


280 


9 QA 


Ba 1 1 imore 




6,985 


53.9 


172 


1.3 


30,538 


30,538 


152* 


152''' 


1 jZ 


Calvert 


5,918.0 


282 


47.6 


13 


2.2 


18,863 


18,550 


250 


249 


250 


Caro 1 ine 


c 1 7ri fi 
3 , i / U . U 


262 


50.7 


9 


1.7 


15,466 


15,017 


289 


289 


9 QQ 

zoy 


Carro 1 1 


iO , Dh-j , U 


852 


51.1 


29 


1.8 


22,742 


22,379 


203 


200 


ZU J 


Cecil 


iz , J /O . U 


577 


46.6 


17 


1.4 


19,140 


18 ,953 


236 


234 


Z JO 


Charles 


1 /, ICO c 


699 


49,3 


29 


2.1 


18,605 


18,345 


247 


246 


9A 7 
Z'f / 


Dorchester 


6,288.0 


314 


49.9 


12 


2.0 


20,984 


20,608 


242 


241 


242 


Frederick 




975 


48.2 


41 


2.0 


25,169 


25,169 


190 


184 






^ 7n7 n 


273 


47 . 8 


7 


1.2 


18 ,932 


17,916 


299 


305 


305 


Harford 


fj /, 7 £ n 
JU , '+ / , u 


1,500 


49.3 


53 


1.7 


19,960 


19,960 


229 


225 


9 9Q 
ZZ 7 


Howard 


18,355.5 


935 


50.9 


30 


1.7 


28,070 


28,070 


160 


154 


160 


Kent 


3,808.0 


207 


54.5 


8 


2.1 


26,185 


25,698 


189 


186 


189 


Montgomery 


122,046.5 


6,717 


55.0 


262 


2.2 


40,900 


40,900 


154* 


154* 


154 


Prince George's 


156,921.0 


8,448 


54.0 


232 


1.4 


25,709 


25,709 


169 


163 


169 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,630.5 


236 


51.0 


9 


1.9 


24,021 


23,441 


200 


200 


200 


St, Mary's 


11,362.5 


597 


52.6 


22 


1.9 


15,134 


14,186 


284 


292 


292 


Somerset 


4,493.0 


220 


48.9 


9 


2.0 


14,673 


14,547 


312 


310 


312 


Talbot 


4,876.5 


2 75 


56.4 


11 


2.2 


35,332 


34,488 


146" 


146* 


146 


Washington 


23,024.0 


1,147 


49.8 


47 


2.1 


22,278 


22,278 


225 


220 


225 


Wicomico 


13,895.0 


703 


50.5 


20 


1.5 


21,350 


21,350 


244 


240 


244 


Worcester 


6,394.5 


354 


55.4 


10 


1.5 


32 ,461 


31,812 


149* 


149* 


149 



-■'Adjusted for minimum guarantee as provided by Article 77, Section 128(b) (6) of The Public School Laws of Maryland . State share of current expenses 
(Program .01) includes State share of Foundation Program, minimum guarantee excess amount. Density Aid, provision 128(c), tuition bylaw, and section 



128(b) (5-2), 



TABLE 

132 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1961-62 - 1971-72 



Local Unit 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


Total State 


$6 , 099 


$6,239 


$6,416 


$6,764 


$7,073 


$7,564 


$6, 253 


$8,945 




$10,432 


$10,881 




























/$9,979 








Al legany 


5,799 


5 


757 


6 


,372 


6 


629 


6,676 


6 


927 


7,915 


8,799 


9,123 


9, 


646 


10,064 


Anne Arunde 1 


J J JO Z 


5 


593 


5 


777 


5 


877 




7 


000 


7 "iAfi 


8 , 100 


9 , 247 


10, 


283 


11, 101 


Bal timore Ci ty 


D > D 1 Z 


6 


390 


6 


409 


6 


743 




7 


760 


1 i7 / 


Q r\A 1 

7 , UD i 


f 


9, 


982 


9 , 968 


Ba 1 timore 


D y KJHH 




094 


6 


/. ^ 
34!) 


6 


7 Q Q 




7 


664 


ft A TA 


, yoH 


7 fl/. 


10, 


677 


11 1 1 
11,11!) 


Ca Iver t 




c 

J 


644 


C 

J 




6 


349 


, J i 


6> 


791 


A fifiA 
f 000 




0, J J'* 


9, 


934 


9,524 


Carol ine 


5,473 


5 


425 


5 


555 


6 


284 


6,252 


6 


518 


7,155 


7,853 


7,596 


8, 


240 


8,853 


Carroll 


AQ7 


5 


897 


5 


976 


6 


513 


) too 


6 


782 


7 '\Q7 


7 ^^7 1 
/ , J / J, 


A A 


9, 


343 


7 , yuo 


Cec i 1 


J J / / o 




All 


6 


279 


6 


/ 1^ 




7 


419 




ft AAQ 
, UD7 


7 , i J7 


9, 


543 


7 , DU J 


\j Ilcl L L e 5 


5 845 




7 7 
ill 


5 


795 




A /. n 




6 


702 


7 QA 


A 1 Aft 
0,100 


A AA 1 
, Dt 1 


9, 


118 


ftl A 
7 , OLD 


Dorches ter 


5 , 46 1 


c 


A 1 ^ 


5 


734 


6 


hUD 


1 JDZ 


6,584 


7 , 750 


ft 1 QA 
, i 70 


A SAA 


8, 


768 


Q 7 7A 
7 , / Z*f 


Frederick 


5,811 


5 


812 


6 


193 


7 


141 


7,222 


7, 


421 


7,286 


7,826 


9,106 


9, 


542 


10,632 


Gar r e 1 1 


J y J Z / 


5 


574 


5 


644 


6 


570 


A AQfl 

, H7\J 


6, 


645 


, 7 JO 


7 7 AQ 


, i L\J 


8, 


165 


ft 1 
, 07 J 


nar i o r a 


*i A 17 


5 


945 


6 


234 


6 


475 


A A 1 A 
y 10 


6, 


682 


7 A 07 


A 77 *\ 
, Z / J 


ft A 7 7 
, D J J 


9, 


078 


1 n nfiA 
iu , Uof 


Howard 


S AA7 


5 


933 


6 


167 


6 


478 


A Q 1 


7, 


262 


/ , 7 J7 


A AAA 
, 00^* 




10, 


576 


10, 763 


Kent 


5,396 


5 


651 


5 


,736 


6 


467 


6,359 


6, 


562 


6,683 


7,104 


7,780 


8, 


391 


8,493 


Montgomery 


6,594 


7 


460 


7 


462 


7 


691 


8,315 


8, 


652 


9,484 


10,463 


11,564 


12,005 


12,991 


Prince George ' s 


6,015 


6 


120 


6 


307 


6 


640 


7,142 


7, 


555 


8,326 


8,925. 


10,870 


10, 


908 


11,537 


Queen Anne ' s 


5,498 


5 


602 


5 


896 


6 


486 


6,563 


6, 


742 


6,888 


7,106 


8,054 


8, 


493 


8,774 


St. Mary's 


5,062 


5, 


090 


5,237 


5 


794 


5,634 


6, 


196 


6,739 


7,757 


7,924 


8, 


513 


9,105 


Somerset 


5,287 


5, 


331 


5 


483 


6 


343 


6,354 


6, 


602 


7,468 


7,984 


8,009 


7, 


808 


8,300 


Talbot 


5,392 


5, 


479 


5 


890 


6 


448 


6,270 


6, 


722 


7,733 


7,810 


8,663 


9, 


029 


9,514 


Washing ton 


5,887 


6, 


075 


6 


314 


7 


112 


7,207 


7, 


137 


8,457 


8,903 


9,489 


10 


556 


10,296 


Wicomico 


5,448 


5 


646 


5 


578 


6 


152 


6,432 


6> 


727 


7,535 


8,322 


8,441 


8, 


522 


9,422 


Worcester 


5,310 


5, 


295 


5 


357 


6> 


233 


6,281 


6, 


910 


7,170 


7,315 


8,267 


8, 


940 


9,121 



"Prior to 1967-68, salaries of kindergarten and prekindergar ten teachers were not used to compute these averages. 
/County average only. 
^Raw data not available. 



TABLE 

133 

Average Salary- per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Un i t 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 




Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total State 


C 1 A Q Q 1 
9 iU , Oo i 


$ 18 , 341 


<■ 1 fl /, Q O 


p iU , 3 Jo 


C 1 Q 1 1 Q 




<; 1 1 9 Qt: 
V i i , Z OJ 


t 1 Q (L/, 7 


<: 1 n Qno 

9 iu , yuy 


Allegany 




1 /, "3 01; 


y , 


Q PAR 

y , f5oo 


i J , C50-4 




IU , Z JZ 


1 'n 1 a 


in n "^n 

iU , U JU 


Anne Arundel 


11,101 


17 710 




lu , /uy 




LU , z yu 


1 i , jU J 


1 7 n7'^ 

If , U / J 


1 1 "^^Q 


Baltimore City 


9,968 


16,887 


9,621 


9,112 


17,040 


9,353 


10,187 


16,657 


9,916 


Baltimore 


11,115 


19,915 


10,650 


10,766 


18,600 


10,216 


11,441 


22,157 


11,042 


Ca Ivert 








Q ft 9 Q 

y , ozy 


io , J y y 


y , y / 


Q 9 nZi 

y , ZU-+ 


17 A 1 ^ 
1 / , D 13 


o , y33 


Caroline 


Q Q ^ 1 




0,3/0 


Q ^ 7 7 
0,3// 


1 A Ql 7 

Lo , y 1 / 


O , J Jo 


Q 1 9 A 

y , Lz o 


1 /■ 9 9 Q 

IH- , zz y 


Q Q 1 Q 
o , O Lo 


Carroll 


O Qr\Q 

y , yuc5 


1 Q 7 /■ Q 




in no 
LU , UZZ 


1 Q ilt; Q 

Lo , 03 y 


Q An Q 
y , oU y 


Q 7fl Q 

y , /oy 


1 /i 7 7 
L J ,4- / / 


Q ^ A 

y , 3H-y 


Cecil 


9,503 


16,480 


9,082 


8,694 


16,537 


8,239 


10,321 


16,426 


9,938 


Charles 


9,816 


16,550 


9,452 


9,698 


16,058 


9,379 


9,937 


16,982 


9,527 


Dorchester 


9 , 724 


12 ,501 




Q Q Q ^ 
y , Oo3 


1 o n /, 
LZ ,Uh-d 


y , 3o J 


O ^ Q Q 

y , 3oy 


IT 9 "3 1 

L J ,Z J L 


y , jz J 


Frederick 


IU , b jz 


ID , Ubo 


10 ,317 


in TQ Q 

LU , Joy 


1 /, 1 
L3 , ^ L3 


Q 009 

y , y yz 


1 n 09 7 

LU , yz / 


Lh , 3 J4 


1 n if\^ 
lU , /U3 


Garrett 


8,693 


12 ,749 


8,536 


8,416 


12,366 


8,245 


9,038 


13,371 


8,895 


Harford 


10,084 


15,955 


9,778 


10,094 


14,893 


9,790 


10,071 


17,957 


9,765 


Howa rd 


10,763 


17,901 


10,385 


10,656 


19, 106 


10,269 


10,844 


17,178 


10,844 


Kent 


8,493 


15,028 


8,15 7 


9,190 


15,272 


8,822 


7,815 


14,696 


7,523 


Montgomery 


12,991 


21,926 


12,515 


12 ,440 


21,905 


11,861 


13,485 


21,950 


13,092 


Prince George ' s 


11,537 


20,786 


11,077 


10,996 


20,517 


10,494 


12,199 


21,159 


11,785 


Queen Anne ' s 


8,774 


15,508 


8,411 


7,857 


15,300 


7,388 


9,567 


15,751 


9,283 


St. Mary's 


9,105 


15 ,902 


8,726 


9,084 


16,115 


8,687 


9,128 


15,660 


8,770 


Somerset 


8,300 


9,602 


8,144 


8,814 


11,197 


8,563 


7,911 


8,606 


7,821 


Talbot 


9,514 


14,418 


9,352 


9,937 


12,434 


9,840 


9,192 


16,402 


8,982 


Washington 


10,296 


15,860 


9,986 


10,749 


14,782 


10,481 


9,935 


17,042 


9,598 


Wicomico 


9,422 


14,128 


9,119 


9,459 


13,450 


9,133 


9,385 


15,293 


9,105 


.Worcester 


9,121 


13,984 


8,882 


9,128 


15,814 


8,865 


9,113 


12,685 


8,901 



*Excludes aides. 

/Includes principals and vice principals classified according to time spent in teaching and administrative responsibilities. 



TABLE 

134 



Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: 
Number and Percent Transported: State of Maryland: 1971-72 







Cost per 


Number 




LrOC^L Unit 




Pup i 1 




Percent 


Total State 


$36,862,073 


$ 74.15 


497 ,094 


53.9 


Total Counties 


31, 315,042 


71.12 


440,292 


60. 2 


Allegany 


1,015,941 


90.31 


11,249 


63.9 


Anne Arundel 


3,070,977 


62.46 


49, 169 


65. 2 


Baltimore City 


5,547,031 


97.65 


56,802 


29. 8 


Baltimore 


3,868,682 


52. 21 


74,093 


55. 2 


Calvert 


696,055 


116. 12 


5,994 


98.0 


Caroline 


462,994 


101.05 


4,582 


85.7 


Carroll 


1, 153, 742 


/ 1 


15 , 430 


89 . 6 


Cecil 


7 18 , 156 


/U . 00 


10 , 132 


81.9 


Charles 


i, 24/ ,7/1 


93. 37 


13, 312 


92.2 


Dorches ter 


556 ,626 


iU / . 11 


J, iy / 




Frederick 


1,089,259 


74.21 


14,679 


70.1 


Garrett 


608, 121 


110. 13 


5,522 


96. 8 


Harford 


1,673,546 


69. 57 


24,055 


76. 1 


Howard 


1, 276, 864 


82. 60 


15,459 


81.1 


Kent 


331,824 


101.97 


3,254 


82.9 


Montgomery 


4,105,354 


75.73 


54,210 


42.8 


Prince George' s 


4,637,338 


60.74 


76,343 


46.9 


Queen Anne ' s 


469,621 


105.30 


4,460 


93.5 


St. Mary's 


986,893 


85.73 


11,512 


97.1 


Somerset 


404,813 


120.16 


3,369 


72.8 


Talbot 


311,502 


85.53 


3,642 


72.3 


Washington 


1,091,749 


58.62 


18,623 


77.4 


Wicomico 


960,205 


88.48 


10,852 


75,0 


Worcester 


581,809 


112.88 


5,154 





NOTE: Enrollment figures used are those as of September 30, 1970. 



Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: 

State of Maryland: 1971-72 



TABLE 

135 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Number 
of Schools 


Number of Schools to Which Transportation 
Was Provided 


Number of Vehicles 


Buses 


Owned By 


Private Cars 
and Station 
Wagons 


Total 


Elementary 
Only 


Secondary 
Only 


Comb ined 
Elementary 
and Secondary 


Local Unit 


Contractors 


Total State 


1,318 


1,225 


861 


294 


70 


2,305 




2,496 


200 


A 1 legany 


37 


36 


26 


7 


3 


22 




140 


21 


Anne Arundel 


97 


96 


77 


19 




25 




369 


14 


Baltimore City 


210 


193 


139 


47 


7 


150 




12 


53 


Baltimore 


157 


151 


109 


41 


1 


596 




129 


9 


Calvert 


11 


11 


9 


1 


1 






86 


3 


Caroline 


10 


10 


6 


4 


- 






70 




Carroll 


28 


28 


17 


5 


6 


6 




157 




Cecil 


25 


24 


16 


5 


3 


6 




107 


1 


Charles 


25 


24 


15 


4 


5 


3 




141 


7 


Dorchester 


21 


21 


16 


5 


- 


2 




69 


9 


Frederick 


34 


33 


23 


7 


3 


123 




67 


14 


Garrett 


17 


17 


13 


2 


2 


4 




85 


17 


Harford 


38 


36 


26 


8 


2 


33 




230 


4 


Howard 


31 


31 


19 


6 


6 






190 




Kent 


8 


8 


4 


1 


3 


4 




44 


2 


Montgomery 


194 


173 


121 


49 


3 


501 






11 


Prince George's 


232 


192 


135 


57 




717 




8 


11 


Queen Anne ' s 


11 


11 


7 


2 


2 


10 




60 


3 


St. Mary's 


23 


22 


16 


2 


4 


8 




110 


5 


Somerset 


16 


16 


9 


3 


4 






57 


4 


■Talbot 


12 


12 


8 


2 


2 


1 




45 




Washington 


43 


42 


27 


7 


8 


94 




86 


10 


Wicomico 


24 


24 


16 


6 


2 






150 




Worcester 


14 


14 


7 


4 


3 






84 


2 



TABLE 

136 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 


Expenditures for Capital Outlay 


Elementary 


High 


Administration 
Buildings 


Total State 


$148,455,354 


555,056,275 


591,801,72- 


51,597,355 


A 1 legany 


531 627 


256 , 183 


228,632 


46,812 


Anne Arundel 


16,269)494 


4,369,390 


11,706,335 


193,769 


Baltimore City 


30,340,157 


13,792,190 


16 ,432 ,997 


114,970 


Baltimore 


15,456,628 


5 ,064 ,111 


10,273,316 


119,201 


Calvert 


352,699 


82,377 


268,774 


1,548 




406 307 


iiZ ,930 


73,377 




Carroll 


2, 727 i 726 


170 ,273 


2 ,557 ,453 


- 


Cecil 


85,898 


35 ,701 


48,957 


1 ,240 


Charles 


3,459,736 


989 , 937 


2 ,463 ,256 


6 ,543 


Dorchester 


150,049 


65,078 


80,415 


4,556 




-/ ,000 , lUU 


3,035 ,948 


2,425,393 


426,819 


Garrett 


88,672 


52 ,612 


35 ,358 


702 


Harford 


6,307,406 


1,435,584 


4,621,088 


250,734 


Howard 


18,264,367 


4,484,212 


13,774,410 


5,745 


Kent 


1,018,119 


957,051 


49,693 


11,375 


Montgomery 


18,571,636 


7,543,312 


10,803,208 


225,116 


Prince George's 


21,487,229 


9,704,168 


11,612,939 


170,122 


Queen Anne ' s 


159,131 


103,936 


49,957 


5,238 


St. Mary's 


450,751 


317,637 


133,114 




Somerset 


532,649 


80,451 


441,890 


10,308 


Talbot 


1,502,479 


18,063 


1,484,286 


130 


Washington 


3,118,103 


1,293,744 


1,824,359 




Wicomico 


1,076,781 


734,777 


339,662 


2,342 


Worcester 


209,550 


136,610 


72,855 


85 



TABLE 

137 

Value* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1971-72 





Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Local Unit 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


Value 


per Pupil 


Va lue 


per Pupi 1 


Value 


per Pupil 


Total State 


$1,767,334,954 


$1,996 


$825,665,672 


$1,696 


$941,669,282 


$2,364 


Allegany 


40,112,000 


2,370 


13,365,200 


1,533 


26,746,800 


1,580 


Anne Arundel 


166,449,172 


2,277 


90,384,395 


2,289 


76,064,777 


2,262 


Baltimore City 


241,097,751 


1,318 


121,832,215 


1,137 


119,265,536 


1,575 


Baltimore 


376,353,580 


2 ,925 


169,624,317 


2 ,588 


206,729,263 


3 ,2 76 


Calvert 


12,523,166 


2,132 


6,559,346 


2,003 


5,963,820 


2.294 


Caroline 


14,248,839 


2,814 


6,157,413 


2,281 


8,091,426 


3,422 


Carroll 


27,613,915 


1,662 


9,803,161 


1,086 


17,810,754 


2,346 


Cecil 


32,557,000 


2,668 


11,248,000 


1,835 


21,309,000 


3,510 


Charles 


47 ,076 ,416 


3 ,334 


19 ,942 ,916 


2 ,439 


27 , 133 ,500 


4 ,567 


Dorchester 


9,518,500 


1,525 


3^1051500 


'952 


6,413,000 


2^153 


Frederick 


43,202,008 


2,137 


18,090,528 


1,658 


25 ,111,480 


2,697 


Garrett 


10,023,400 


1,824 


4,846,800 


1,571 


5,176,600 


2,147 


Harford 


56,316,400 


1,851 


27,931,400 


1,617 


28 ,385 ,000 


2,160 


Howard 


53,221,500 


2,882 


20,227,150 


1,964 


32 ,994,350 


4,039 


Kent 


11,465,930 


3,072 


4,905,054 


2,461 


6,560,876 


3,773 


Montgomery 


213,332,114 


1,751 


98,336,114 


1,561 


114,996,000 


1,953 


Prince George's 


268,722,394 


1,732 


134,128,925 


1,508 


134,593,469 


2 ,032 


Queen Anne ' s 


11,503,081 


2,509 


4,091,593 


1,651 


. 7,411,488 


3,516 


St. Mary's 


21,666,666 


1,931 


9,663,566 


1,430 


12,003,100 


2 ,688 


Somerset 


6,832 ,124 


1,547 


2 ,484,761 


1,000 


4,347,363 


2,251 


Talbot 


17,345 ,000 


3,588 


5 ,660,000 


2 ,165 


11,685,000 


5,262 


Washington 


40,058,880 


1,742 


24,220,880 


1,946 


15,838,000 


1,501 


■ Wicomico 


29,814,578 


2,151 


12,172,418 


1,548 


17,642,160 


2,941 


Worcester 


16,280,540 


2 ,586 


6,884,020 


2,062 


9,396,520 


3,177 



*Value based on 100 percent of the insured valuation for each school building and the equipment thereof. Value of sites has been excluded. 



TABLE 

138 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


School Bonded 


Indebtedness 


as of June 30, 1972 


1971 Assessed 

Valuation 
Taxable at 
Full Rate for 
Coun ty 
E>urposes 


Assessed 
Valuation 
per Dollar 
of School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 


Percent 
School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 
is of Assess- 
ed Valuation 


Total 


County 
Bonds 


^ t a tt 
Loan 


Total State 


§982,424,962 


5802,908,267 


SI 79 516 69S 


519,904,730,000 


520 


4.9 


Allegany 


5 


303,585 


3 


170 


000 


£ y L JJ f JO J 


J3U , i3U, 3UU 


62 


1 . 6 


Anne Arundel 


82 


756,736 


56 


189 


000 


26,567,736 


1,316,798,000 


16 


6.3 


Balticore City 


243 


968,755 


228 


713 


540 


15,255,215 


3,073,132,000 


13 


7.9 


Baltimore 


150 


658, 325 


107 


703 


000 


47 955 325 


3,195,554,000 


21 


4.7 


Calvert 


4 


444,879 


3 


792 


000 


652,879 


111,544,500 


25 


4.0 


Caroline 


3 


615,881 


3,270 


000 


345,881 


O Z , OO L , UUU 


1 T 
i / 


3. / 


Carroll 


12 


795,806 


8 


600 


000 


4,195,806 


362,950,000 


28 


3.5 


Cecil 






8 


550,000 


640,848 


207,604,000 


23 


4.4 


Charles 


17 


078,527 


12 


750 


000 


4, 328,527 


376,822,500 


22 


4.5 


Dorchester 


3 


191,000 


3 


111 


000 


80,000 


124,372,500 


39 


2.6 


Fr edericlc 


26 


833,758 


22 


085 


000 


4,748,758 


Aftfl Q*;a C\(\C\ 


1 A 


J *J 


Garre tt 




942,870 




200 


000 


742,870 


108,796,000 


115 


0.9 


Harford 


30 


921,288 


25, 


862 


000 


5,059,288 


551,256,000 


18 


5.6 


Howard 


24 


366,360 


20, 


860,000 


3,506,360 


600,805,500 


25 


4.1 


Kent 


3 


752,176 


2, 


705 


000 


1,047,176 


83,373,500 


22 


4.5 


Mon tg ornery 


130 


846,194 


110, 


911 


117 


19,935,077 


4,114,621,000 


31 


3.2 


Prince George' s 


178 


295,578 


137, 


844 


000 


40,451,578 


3,293,472,000 


18 


5.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


3 


295,814 


2, 


780 


000 


515,814 


99,403,000 


30 


3.3 


St. Mary's 


4 


187,440 


1, 


200 


000 


2,987,440 


161,346,000 


39 


2.6 


Somerset 


2 


076,058 


1, 


940 


000 


136,058 


63,080,000 


30 


3.3 


Talbot 


5 


254,069 


4, 


425 


000 


829,069 


156,318,000 


30 


3.4 


Washington 


20 


291,151 


19, 


160 


000 


1,131,151 


463,047,000 


23 


4.4 


Wiconiico 


12 


617,769 


12, 


537 


610 


80,159 


288,864,000 


23 


4.4 


Worcester 


5 






55C 


ccc 


1,190,095 


265, 55-4, 300 







Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments 
per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12: June 30, 197 2 



TABLE 

139 



Local Unit 


School 
Bonded 
Indebtedness 


Xn ter e s t 
Paymen ts 


Total State 


$1 


,115 


08 


$46.54 


All egany 




310 


58 


10. 94 


Anne Arundel 


1 


,155 


88 


48. 67 


Baltimore City 


1 


,315 


22 


49. 44 


Ba 1 t imor e 


1 


, 165 


46 


48. 55 


Calvert ' 




776 


81 


43.40 


Caroline 




697 


17 


30.55 


Carroll 




795 


96 


33.02 


Cec i 1 




741 


91 


28.60 


Charles 


1 


,296 


97 


59.06 


Dorchester 




495 


00 


15.60 


Frederick 


1 


,389 


34 


57. 19 


Garrett 




174 


20 


6.51 


Harford 


1 


,048 


36 


45. 62 


Howard 


1 


,^73 


36 


71.50 


Kent 




986 


38 


41.78 


Montgomery 


1 


,081 


33 


47.35 


Prince George ' s 


1 


,153 


19 


51.65 


Queen Anne' s 




712 


92 


24.43 


St. Mary' s 




383 


17 


15. 16 


Somerset 




459 


05 


21. 31 


Talbot 


1 


,095. 


85 


44.86 


Washington 




882. 


97 


33.06 


Wicomico 




895. 


58 


37.89 


Worcester 




883. 


64 


44.88 



*Includes general school construction loan. 



TABLE 

140 



Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: 
State of Maryland: 1938-39 - 1971-72 



Local Unit 


1938 


-39 


1965-66 


1966- 


^7 


1967- 




1968-69 


1969-70 


1970- 


71 


1971-72 


Total State 


$2,256 


,619 


$11,996 


,631 


$12,992 


,779 


$14,037 


,875 


$14,966,569 


$15,894,206 


$17,135,058 


$19,904, 730 


Al legany 


83 


,160 


227 


,979 


238 


,201 




261,552 


276,803 


286,656 




302 


,826 


330,151 


Anne Arundel 


55,750 


697 


,838 


763 


,953 




844 


,717 


927,098 


1,015,679 


1 


084 


,^23 


1,316,798 


Baltimore City 


1,231 


046 


2,863 


888 


2,902 


,591 


2 


965 


,398 


3,017,434 


3,017,790 


-5 




, ity 


3,073, 132 


Bal timore 


199 


908 


2,164,290 


2,283 


,996 




452 


,434 


2,534,266 


2,618,398 




7 7ft 

I/O 


,965 


3,195,554 


Calvert 




181 


44 


,427 


51 


,730 




59 


,149 


66,138 


76, 120 




O V 


7 7 1 


111,545 


Caroline 


14 


813 


45 


,889 


47 


,015 




49 


.217 


53,330 


54,775 




57 


,533 


62,882 


Carroll 


38 


633 


193 


580 


210 


,192 




231 


,302 


254,832 


275,529 




291 


,179 


362,950 


Cecil 


40 


402 


131 


739 


140 


,365 




147 


,326 


158,242 


166,685 




176 


7ft 
f £.0 -J 


207,604 


Charles 


10 


145 


105 


155 


121 


,088 




142 


,337 


163,743 


178,975 




204 


, 381 


376,823 


Dorches ter 


26 


403 


83 


438 


85,242 




89 


,370 


96,007 


99,666 




103 


SS7 


124, 372 


Frederick 


66 


548 


288 


308 


318 


,725 




340 


,955 


358, 183 


381,960 




417 


,455 


488,954 


Garrett 


19 


661 


50 


673 


58,586 




76 


,154 


81, 143 


81,460 




87 


,068 


108,796 


Harford 


53 


192 


300 


589 


329 


671 




356 


,604 


393,215 


428,869 




459 


,937 


551,256 


Howard 


18 


386 


209 


607 


226 


974 




249 


,317 


285,885 


334,009 




397 


,324 


600,805 


Kent 




062 


61 


068 


63 


879 




67 


,668 


73,105 


74,904 




77 


,240 


83,373 


Montgomery 


109 


635 


2,061 


746 


2,328 


434 


2 


578 


,683 


2,822,085 


3,115,579 


3 


459 


,550 


4,114,621 


Prince George's 


77 


260 


1,599 


784 


1,892 


621 


2 


116 


,012 


2,312,562 


2,514,033 


2 


826 


,381 


3,293,472 


Queen Anne ' s 


16 


778 


62 


169 


67 


207 




71 


,079 


80,453 


84,050 




88 


,449 


99,403 


St. Mary' s 


9 


084 


73 


445 


80 


030 




87 


,116 


96,437 


110,211 




123 


,804 


161,346 


Somerset 


11 


920 


36 


746 


40 


398 




48 


,090 


50,358 


52,135 




55 


,543 


63,080 


Talbot 


21 


682 


85 


708 


90 


963 




100 


,494 


115,173 


124,854 




136 


,392 


156,318 


Washing ton 


76 


348 


309 


065 


323 


989 




350,883 


376,147 


394,523 




420 


,878 


463,047 


Wicomico 


31 


538 


185 


378 


199 


273 




213, 169 


225,603 


239,366 




254 


163 


288,864 


Worcester 


21 


084 


114 


122 


127 


656 




138 


,849 


148,327 


167,980 




190 


757 


269,584 



TABLE 

141 

1971-72 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at 
Full Rate 


County Commissioners 


State 
Tax 
Commission* 


Total 


Real Estate 


Personnal 
Property 


Total State 


$19,904,730,000 


$16,016,506,000 


$15,879,302,000 


$137,204,000 


$3,888,224,000 


A llegany 


330,150,500 


223,600,500 


217,902,500 


5,698,000 


106,550,000 


Anne Arundel 


1,316,798,000 


1,116,283,000 


1,110,816,000 


5,467,000 


200,515,000 


Baltimore City 


3,073,132,000 


2,138,007,000 


2,107,450,000 


30,557,000 


935 , 125 ,000 


Ba 1 1 imore 


3,195,554,000 


2 ,531 ,689 ,000 


2 ,512 ,271 ,000 


19 ,418 ,000 


663,865 ,000 


Calvert 


111,544,500 


96,779,500 


95,954,500 


825,000 


14,765,000 


Caroline 


62 ,882 ,000 


49,700,000 


49,193,000 


507,000 


13,182,000 


Carroll 


362 ,950,000 


282,565,000 


279,628,000 


2,937,000 


80,385,000 


Cecil 


207,604,000 


164,815,000 


163,050,000 


1,765,000 


42 ,789,000 


Charles 


376,822 ,500 


189 ,972 ,500 


188 , 184 ,500 


1 , 788 ,000 


186,850,000 


Dorchester 


124,372 ,500 


85,503,500 


84,125,500 


1,378,000 


38,869,000 


Frederick 


488,954,000 


387,885,000 


378,184,000 


9,701,000 


101,069,000 


Garrett 


108,796,000 


63,057,000 


61,160,000 


1,897,000 


45,739,000 


Harford 


551 ,256 ,000 


431 ,899,000 


428,384,000 


3,515 ,000 


119,357,000 


Howard 


600,805,500 


510,114,500 


508,892,500 


1,222,000 


90,691,000 


Kent 


83,373,500 


67,406,500 


67,406,500 




15,967,000 


Montgomery 


4,114,621,000 


3,621,843,000 


3,605,982,000 


15,861,000 


492,778,000 


Prince George's 


3,293,472,000 


2,868,331,000 


2,859,113,000 


9,218,000 


425,141,000 


Queen Anne ' s 


99,403,000 


84,153,000 


83,621,000 


532,000 


15,250,000 


St, Mary's 


161,346,000 


137,284,000 


135,242,000 


2,042,000 


24,062,000 


Somerset 


63,080,000 


47,083,000 


46,042,000 


1,041,000 


15,997,000 


Talbot 


156,318,000 


135,873,000 


133,985,000 


1,888,000 


20,445,000 


Washington 


463,047,000 


341,537,000 


335,202,000 


6,335,000 


121,510,000 


Wicomico 


288,864,000 


214,752,000 


211,257,000 


3,495,000 


74,112,000 


Worcester 


269,584,000 


226,373,000 


216,256,000 


10,117,000 


43,211,000 



*Data are for year ended December 31, 1971, adjusted as of October 1, 1972. 



TABLE 

142 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total Basis 
Assessable at Full 
Rate for 
County Purposes 


Number 

of 
Pupils 
Belonging* 


Wealth 

per 
Pupil 


Population 
1971/ 


Wealth 

per 
Capita 


Total State 


$19,904 


,730 


000 


885 


270 . 


$22,484 


4,007,050 


$4, 967 


Allegany 




'\ If) 


,150 


500 


16 


924.8 


19 


,507 


84,040 


3,928 


Anne Arundel 


1 


, JiD 


,798 


000 


73 


115.5 


1 A 


m n 


305,930 


4, 304 


Baltimore City 




,U / J 


,132 


000 


182 


897 . 






901 , 970 


3,407 


Bal timore 


J 




, 554 


000 


128 


643. 9 






631,520 


5,060 


Calvert 




111 


,544 


500 


5 


874. 7 


18 


,987 


21,900 


5,093 


Caroline 




oz 


,882 


000 


5 


064. 1 


1 z 


Al 1 
9^1 1 


19,890 


3,161 


Carroll 




jO L 


,950 


000 


16 


614.6 


Z 1 


y OH J 


71,740 


5,059 


Cecil 




zu / 


,604 


000 


1-2, 


201. 3 


1 / 




53,950 


3,848 


Charles 




376 


,822 


500 




119.8 


26 


,688 


50,990 


7, 390 


Dorchester 




124 


,372 


500 


6 


239.8 


19 


,932 


29,390 


4,232 


Frederick 




488 


,954 


000 


20, 


218. 1 


24 


,184 


86,960 


5,623 


Garrett 




108 


,796 


000 


5, 


494.9 


19 


,799 


21,740 


5,004 


Harford 




551 


,256 


000 


30, 


416.4 


18 


,124 


120, 120 


4,589 


Howard 




600 


,805 


500 


18 


469.3 


32 


,530 


69,280 


8,672 


Kent 




83 


,373 


500 


3, 


731.9 


22 


,341 


16,310 


5,112 


Montgomery 


4 


,114 


,621 


000 


121 


853.5 


33 


,767 


543,810 


7,566 


Prince George's 


3 


,293 


,472 


000 


155, 


175.9 


21 


,224 


681,740 


4,831 


Queen Anne' s 




99 


,403 


000 


^. 


585.2 


21 


,679 


18,730 


5,307 


St. Mary's 




161 


,346 


000 


11 


222.7 


14 


,377 


49,410 


3,265 


Somerset 




63 


,080 


000 


4, 


417.2 


14 


,281 


18,880 


3,341 


Talbot 




156 


,318 


000 


^ 


834.3 


32 


,335 


24,240 


6,449 


Washington 




463 


,047 


000 


22, 


998.9 


20 


,133 


104,620 


4,426 


Wicomico 




288 


,864 


000 


13, 


860.5 


20 


,841 


55,270 


5,226 


Worcester 




269 


,584 


000 


6 


295.7 


42 


,820 


24,620 


10,950 



*Includes half-time kindergarten pupils expressed in full-time equivalents. 

/Source: Maryland State Department of Health, Division of Statistical Research and Records. 



Participation in and Types of Lunches: Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: 

Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1971-72 



TABLE 

143 



Year 


Number 
of 

Approved 
Schools 

Par tici- 
pa ting 
in 

Program 


Percent 
of Total 
Schools 
in State 
Partici- 
pating 
in 
Program 


Average 
Daily 

Partici- 
pation 


Percent 
of Total 
Average 
Number 
Belonging 
Partici- 
pating 
in 
Program 






Number 


of Lunches* Served Annually 










To ta 1 
Number 
Served 


Type A 


Type A WOM/ 


Type B 


Type B 


WOM/ 


Typ 


e C 


Number 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


1962-63 


863 


80.9 


217,505 


34. 1 


36,575,756 


36,575,756 


100.0 


















1963-64 


901 


82.2 


233,128 


34.7 


38,634,614 


38,634,614 


100.0 


















1964-65 


941 


85. 1 


254,621 


36.3 


42,996,716 


42,996,716 


100.0 


















1965-66 


993 


86.5 


280, 932 


38.7 


46,443,076 


46,443,076 


100.0 


















1966-67 


1,043 


87.8 


279,635 


37.2 


46,795,496 


46,795,496 


100.0 


















1967-68 


998 


82. 1 


278,611 


34.7 


46,551,689 


46,551,689 


100.0 


















1968-69 


1,017 


81.2 


297,370 


35.9 


49,552,967 


49,552,967 


100.0 


















1969-70 


1,088 


85.3 


326,353 


38.1 


55,024,709 


55,024,709 


100.0 


















1970-71 


1,163 


89. 1 


323,302 


36.9 


53,436,889 


53,436,889 


100.0 


















1971-72 


1,192 


89.2 


334,096 


37.7 


56,384,828 


56,384,828 


100.0 



















■^ype A - 1/2 pt. milk, 2 oz. protein, 3/4 c. vegetables and/or fruit, 1 serving bread, 2 tsp. butter or fortified margarine. 
Type B - 1/2 pt. milk, 2 oz. protein, 3/4 c. vegetables and/or fruit, 1 serving bread, 1 tsp. butter or fortified margarine. 
Type C - 1/2 pt. milk. /WCM - without milk 



Year 


Income 


Expendi tures 


Value-' of 

Donated 
Goods and 
Services 


Value/ of 
U.S.D.A. 

Com- 

modi ties 


Total 

Cash 

Income 


Cash 
Payments 
from Lunches 


Federal 
Reim- 
bursement^ 


All 
Other 
Income 


Total 
Expendi- 
tures 


Food 


Labor 


All 
Other Ex- 
penditures 


1962-63 


$20,406,856 


$11,799,605 


$3,024,694 


$5,582,557 


$20,132,337 


$12,316,815 


$6,667,894 


$1,147,628 


$47,096 


$2,519,657 


1963-64 


21,702,441 


12,741,005 


3, 165,995 


5,795,441 


21,504,310 


13,874,517 


7,377,815 


1,251,978 


55,787 


2,943,930 


1964-65 


23,575,869 


14,158,041 


3,334,695 


6,083,133 


22,948,197 


13,338,977 


8,077,305 


1,531,915 


54,251 


3,934,254 


1965-66 


. 25,285,222 


15,198,230 


3,359,057 


6,727,935 


26,270,217 


15,184,665 


9,647,526 


1,438,026 


46,640 


2,688,334 


1966-67 


28,356,602 


16,553,856 


3,608,801 


8,193,945 


28,055,983 


16,011,743 


10,599,614 


1,444,626 


34,766 


3,032,481 


1967-68 


31,087,125 


17,758,845 


3,779,927 


9,548,353 


30,108,959 


16,425,281 


11,812,254 


1,871,424 


43,302 


3,996,870 


1968-69 


33,992,774 


18,687,846 


4,026,451 


11,278,477 


34,748,271 


18,514,813 


14,041,315 


2,192,143 


35,816 


4,087,894 


1969-70 


39,638,396 


19,062,741 


4,294,021 


16,281,634 


41,097,206 


21,867,351 


16,513,938 


2,715,917 


36,833 


4,047,243 


1970-71 


44,353,970 


17,745, 332 


4,633,709 


21,974,929 


44,199,777 


22,873,134 


18,127,330 


3,199,313 


39,802 


4,093,074 


1971-72 


51,872,423 


17,231,785 


5,201,687 


29,438,951 


48,378,547 


24,896,068 


19,753,979 


3,728,500 


33,943 


4,878,548 



'•Cash values (determined by rates prevailing in the community) affixed to donated equipment, food, labor. 

/Foods acquired through U.S. Department of Agriculture programs. Wholesale value based on Baltimore wholesale prices as quoted at time of delivery. 

Time series figures include nonpublic schools serviced by this agency - to the amount of $116,914 in 1962-63. 
?<Includes federal special milk money as follows: 1962-63, $1,577,840; 1963-64, $1,614,023; 1964-65, $1,684,711; 1965-66, $1,597,187; 1966-67, 

$1,706,726; 1967-68, $1,759,373; 1968-69, $1,935,055; 1969-70, $1,975,323; 1970-71, $1,878,142; 1971-72, $1,818,921. 



TABLE 

144 

Income for National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Total 
Cash 
Income 


Cash Payments 
From 
Lunches 


Federal 
Re imbu r s emen t* 


S choo 1 
Br eakf as t 


Child 
Feeding 


State 
Funds 


All 
Other 
Income 


Total State 


$51,872 


423 


$17,231,785 


$5,201 


,687 


$305,677 


$9,132,976 


$2 


,646,472 


$17 


,353,826 


Allegany 


I 


,202 


108 


626,752 


153 


,634 


54,054 


154 


,540 




68,088 




145,040 


Anne Arundel 


2 


,931 


152 


1 , 444, 409 


374 


,761 


4,643 


284,217 




91,496 




731,626 


Baltimore City 


13 


,570 


926 


1,444, 364 


979 


635 


114 ,051 


5,551 


,780 


1 


,231,994 


4 


,249,102 


Baltimore 


6 


,690 


385 


1,630,423 


519 


,519 


- 


213 


,870 




106,935 


4 


,219,638 


Calvert 




398 


137 


112, 318 


44 


,335 




134 


,804 




30,721 




75,959 


Caroline 




334 


404 


121,053 


31 


632 


570 


59 


,417 




19,903 




101,829 


Carroll 




926 


088 


512,671 


123 


755 




53,244 




15,973 




220,445 


Cecil 




610 


619 


356,893 


83 


868 




85 


,031 




28,117 




56,710 


Charles 




954 


765 


315,542 


107 


713 


11,871 


241 


,086 




102, 787 




175, 766 


Dorchester 




403 


852 


127,435 


40 


672 




101 


,050 




35,905 




98,790 


Frederick 


1 


,220 


279 


642,958 


157 


662 


558 


170 


,942 




56, 114 




192,045 


Garrett 




398 


531 


167,830 


59 


258 




106 


,833 




24,502 




40,108 


Harford 


1 


,732 


531 


921, 312 


258 


418 


10, 384 


147 


,142 




54,527 




340,748 


Howard 




888 


640 


432,018 


122 


095 


17 , 375 


57 


,581 




30,609 




228,962 


Kent 




222 


660 


93,815 


25 


662 




31 


,404 




13,347 




58,432 


Mon tgomery 


6 


,596 


204 


2,332,952 


547 


401 


27,267 


272 


,066 




160,535 


3 


,255,983 


Prince George ' s 


8 


,870 


897 


4,262,293 


1,057 


386 


47,976 


769 


,364 




376,407 


2 


,357,471 


Queen Anne' s 




235,381 


127,155 


36 


135 




36 


,876 




9,601 




25,614 


St. Mary's 




750 


228 


238,656 


84 


560 


16,928 


194 


,325 




91,889 




123,870 


Somerset 




254 


929 


58,061 


29 


489 




98,279 




24,693 




44,407 


Talbot 




276, 


491 


127,709 


36, 


863 




42 


256 




10,002 




59,661 


Washing ton 


1 


,335, 


334 


707,416 


184, 


063 




169 


513 




33,902 




240,440 


Wicomico 




686, 


837 


297,158 


101, 


361 




75 


290 




12,383 




200,645 


Worcester 




381, 


045 


130,592 


41, 


810 




82 


066 




16,042 




110,535 



*Includes federal special milk money in the amount of $1,909,591. 



TABLE 

145 

Expenditures for National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Local Unit 


Expenditures 


Value of Donated 
Good and 
Services* 


Value of 
U.S.D.A. 

Commodi ties/ 


Total 
Expend! ture s 


Food 


Labor 


All Other 
Expenditures 


Total State 


$48,378,547 


$24, 896 


,068 


$19,753, 


979 


$3, 728 


, 500 


$33,943 


$4,878 


548 


Al legany 


1 


,199,825 


640 


,564 


494, 


089 


65 


.172 


29 


176 


875 


Anne Arundel 


3 


,025, 365 


1,512 


, 370 


1,347, 


139 


165 


,856 




257 


267 


Baltimore City 


11 


,330,902 


4, 975 


.229 


4.841, 


114 


1,514 


,559 




1 , 264 


579 


Bal timore 


6 


,319,226 


3,416 


, 396 


2,563, 


319 


339 


.511 




327 


818 


Calvert 




384,518 


241 


,442 


112, 


701 


30 


, 375 


_ 


47 


349 


Caroline 




320,818 


178 


,211 


127, 


366 


15 


,241 




45 


332 


Carro 1 1 




953,282 


537 


,008 


398, 


343 


17 


,931 




146 


334 


Cecil 




578,940 


306 


,557 


246, 


576 


25 


,807 


D 


79 


759 


Charles 




887,868 


487 


141 


354, 


914 


45 


,813 




104 


352 


Dorchester 




378,136 


212 


,456 


147, 


717 


17 


,963 


228 


46, 


993 


Frederick 


1 


,209,622 


669 


,110 


505, 


060 


35 


,452 




174 


340 


Gar re tt 




398,515 


226 


,808 


129, 


835 


41 


,872 


OD 


71 


389 


Harford 


1 


,732,462 


956 


,988 


615, 


446 


160 


,028 




215 


630 


Howard 




891,979 


543 


424 


318, 


274 


30 


281 


_ 


103, 


624 


Kent 




214,098 


124 


,507 


68, 


151 


21 


,440 




33 


884 


Montgomery 


6 


,409,772 


3,029 


,565 


2,649, 


869 


730 


,338 


30,826 


348 


207 


Prince George' s 


8 


,304,381 


4,683 


,454 


3,348, 


520 


272 


,407 


1,492 


897 


340 


Queen Anne ' s 




219,661 


138 


,887 


57, 


238 


23 


,536 




38 


942 


St. Mary's 




731,362 


415 


,743 


284, 


467 


31 


,152 


3 


82 


012 


Somerset 




245,507 


151 


,931 


77, 


328 


16 


,248 




30 


465 


Talbot 




260,280 


162 


,598 


85, 


895 


11 


,787 


120 


35 


768 


Washington 


1 


,321,170 


649 


,545 


636, 


390 


35 


,235 


1,174 


209 


071 


Wicomico 




693,316 


424 


,303 


228, 


991 


40 


022 




91 


544 


Worcester 




367,542 


211 


,831 


115, 


237 


40 


474 




49, 


674 



*Cash value (determined by rates prevailing in the community) affixed to donated equipment, food, and labor. 

/Food acquired through the U.S. Department of Agriculture programs. Wholesale value based on Baltimore wholesale prices at time of delivery. 



TABLE 

145 

National School Lunch Program: Participation in the Types of Lunches Served: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 











rercent of 






Number of 


Percent of 




Total Average 


Total 




Approved 


Total Schools 


Average 


Number Be- 


Number of 


Local Unit 


Schools 


in State 


Daily 


longing in 


Type A* 




Participating 


Participating 


Participation 


State 


Lunche s 




in Program 


in Program 




Participating 


Served 










in Program 




Total State 


1,191 


90.-. 


334,096 


37.7 


56,384,826 


Allegany 


35 


94.6 


11,009 


65.0 


1,854,865 


Anne Arundel 


95 


97.9 


20,957 


28.7 


3,526,504 


Baltimore City 


104 


49.5 


84,702 


46.3 


14,381,220 


Baltimore 


155 


98.7 


20,765 


16.1 


3,516,767 


Calvert 


10 


90.9 


3,965 


67.5 


672,262 


Caroline 


10 


100.0 


2,783 


55.0 


466,056 


Carrol 1 


27 


96.4 


9,095 


54.7 


1,517,311 


Cecil 


25 


100.0 


5,754 


47.2 


972,111 


Charles 


24 


92.3 


7,626 


54.0 


1,292,917 


Dorchester 


19 


90.5 


3,211 


51.5 


537,986 


Frederick 


34 


100.0 


11,512 


56.9 


1,917,520 


Garrett 


16 


94.1 


4,774 


86.9 


791,438 


Harford 


38 


100.0 


14,165 


45.6 


2,371,154 


Howard 


30 


96.8 


6,400 


34.7 


1,068,288 


Kent 


8 


100.0 


1,965 


52.7 


330,836 


Montgomery 


194 


100.0 


27,058 


22.2 


4,633,162 


Prince George' s 


232 


100.0 


59,729 


38.5 


10,145,559 


Queen Anne' s 


11 


100.0 


2,520 


55.0 


423,582 


St. Mary' s 


23 


100.0 


6,432 


57.3 


1,025,216 


Somerset 


12 


75.0 


2,574 


58.3 


417,696 


Talbot 


12 


100.0 


2,859 


59.1 


480,111 


Washing ton 


42 


97.7 


14,335 


62.3 


2,389,260 


Wicomico 


22 


91.7 


6,497 


46.9 


1,089,169 


Worcester 


13 


92.9 


3,409 


54.1 


563,338 



*T>'pe A: 1/2 pt. -ilk., 2 oz. protein, 3/4 c. vegetable and/or fruit, 1 serving bread, 2 tsp. butter or fortified margarine. 



TABLE 

147 

Special Milk Program: Participation in and Reimbursement Paid: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1971-72 



Year 

Local Unit 


Number of 
Approved 
Schools 
Participating 
in Program 


Percent of 
Total Schools 

in State 
Participating 
in Program 


Total Number 
of One-half 
Pints Milk 

Reimbursable 


Reimbursement 
Paid 


1962-63 


1,014 


95 


. 1 


45 


,931 


,042 


1 


,724 


716 


1963-64 


1,049 


95 


.7 


47 


,566 


,203 


1 


,747 


628 


1964-65 


1,075 


97 


.2 


49 


,707 


, 130 


1 


,792 


898 


1965-66 


1,120 


97 


.6 


49 


317 


,606 


1 


,698 


753 


1966-67 


1,159 


97 


.6 


50 


,080 


,172 


1 


800 


954 


iVo /-DO 


i , 1 i J 


91 


.6 


52 


710 


,235 


1 


837 


741 


1968-69 


1,124 


89 


.8 


54 


644 


,681 


2 


047 


391 


1969-70 


1,195 


93 


.7 


52 


436 


,483 


1 


975 


323 


1970-71 


1,262 


96 


.6 


50 


396 


,374 


1 


931 


636 


1971-72 


1,275 


96 


.7 


48 


946 


333 


1 


870 


570 






BY LOCAL 


UNIT: 1971 


-72 












Al legany 


37 


100 


.0 


1 


174 


32^ 




45 


618 


Anne Arundel 


95 


97 


.9 


4 


305 


284 




163 


170 


Baltimore City 


180 


85 


.7 


4 


585 


901 




161 


178 


Bal timore 


155 


98 


.7 


8 


033 


693 




308 


513 


Calvert 


10 


90 


.9 




99 


972 




3 


999 


Caro 1 Ine 


10 


100 


.0 




99 


812 




3 


992 


Car ro 1 1 


27 


96 


.4 




889 


141 




32 


716 


Ceci 1 


25 


100 


.0 




711 


991 




25 


542 


Charles 


24 


96 


.0 




753 


440 




30 


138 


Dorchester 


20 


95 


.2 




220 


826 




8 


609 


Frederick 


34 


100 


.0 


1 


211 


740 




42 


611 


Garrett 


16 


94 


. 1 




294 


804 




11 


771 


Harford 


38 


100 


.0 


2 


915 


608 




116 


149 


Howard 


31 


100 


.0 


1 


469 


882 




58 


596 


Kent 


8 


100 


.0 




145 


299 




5 


812 


Montgomery 


194 


100 


.0 


7 


353 


861 




269 


411 


Prince George' s 


232 


100 


.0 


u 


272 


352 




448, 


653 


Queen Anne ' s 


11 


100 


.0 




268 


008 




10 


720 


St. Mary' s 


23 


100 


.0 




583 


458 




23 


047 


Somerset 


12 


75 


.0 




110 


683 






427 


Talbot 


12 


100 


.0 




209 


910 




8 


056 


Washington 


43 


100 


.0 




108 


646 




43 


109 


Wicomico 


24 


100 


.0 




922 


800 




36 


687 


Worces ter 


14 


100 


.0 




204 


898 




8 


046 



Expenditure: for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Secondary 



Total Kxpendi turt 

















Ins true tion 








Nonins true tion 


Local Unit 




Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contracted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


io ta i b ta ce 


$45,788,591 


$33,889 


576 


$2,149 


085 


9 7 / ) 7 Z J 




$1,963 


373 


$1,^34, 


460 


$2, 303, 580 


$340, 124 


$228,440 


$634,058 


$1,804,653 


Allegany 




652,655 


499 


722 


32 


472 


36,616 


- 


12 


440 






52,500 






- 


18,905 


Anne Arundel 


3 


,253,232 


2,471 


719 


156 


929 


- 


- 


32 


235 


181, 


380 


83,061 






71,297 


256,611 


Baltimore City 


10 


, 694 , Ooo 


8,593 


290 


404 


600 


420,053 


- 


282, 620 


419, 


874 


435,101 


108 


4,356 


7,758 


126,328 


Bal timore 


6 


,223,392 


4,852,169 


14 


476 


113 


408 


515 


888 


141, 


466 


313,192 


69,162 


27,187 


66,545 


222,786 


La i ver c 




312,133 


234 


941 










14,629 


27, 


692 


20,560 


- 


4,050 




10,261 


Caroline 




190,725 


130 


259 


22 


856 


- 


- 




170 






17,119 




- 




20,321 


Carroll 




975,325 


7 20 


699 


60 


514 


52,267 


- 


13 


827 






91, 154 








36,864 


Cecil 




697,239 


507 


725 


3 


869 


- 


- 


18 


186 


28,439 


110,496 




36 




28,488 


Charles 




790,033 


527 


329 






- 


- 


59 


969 






148,149 


- 




2,640 


51,946 


Dorches ter 




320,810 


244 


516 


19 


583 














- 


- 


- 


- 


56,711 


Frederick 


1 


,064,204 


931 


889 


2,827 


10,252 


- 


26 


374 






52,757 








40, 105 


Garrett 




335,861 


247 


148 






- 


- 


46 


376 






37 , 710 








4 627 


Harford 


1 


,023,155 


799 


992 


5 


227 


- 


- 






25, 


994 


22,727 


33,200 


1,801 




134,214 


Howard 


1 


,046,726 


558 


273 


105 


577 






113 


171 


27,862 


85,631 


6,555 


41,527 


25,936 


82, 194 


Kent 




225,150 






188 


767 


21,043 




















15,340 


Montgomery 


8 


,391,293 


5,523 


459 


612,000 


61,523 




422 


500 


467, 


319 


518,744 


172,624 


140,919 


162,250 


309,955 


Prince George' s 


5 


,446,782 


4,743 


857 


256 


603 


133,471 












92,369 








220,482 


Queen Anne ' s 




334,720 


205 


237 


39 


489 






18 


799 


26, 


701 


1,075 


4,000 


2,240 


18,935 


18,244 


St. Mary's 




529,258 


315 


459 










26 


410 


3. 


617 


104,685 


39,183 


2,420 


1,162 


36,322 


Somerset 




160,545 


97 


236 








32,854 




64 


17, 


211 


270 






4,410 


8,500 


Talbot 




273,125 




























273,125 




Washington 


1 


,872,303 


1,007 


458 


199 


308 


135,804 




356 


585 


58, 


117 


56,267 


6,608 






52,156 


Wicomico 




744,047 


523 


034 


6 


585 


115,503 


20,057 


3 


130 




888 


40,187 




3,904 




26,759 


Worcester 




231,790 


154 


165 


17 


403 


1,278 








3, 


900 


19,826 


8,684 






26,534 



TABLE 

148 



I 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Secondary 



TABLE 

149 



state Expenditures 











Instruction 


Noninstruction 


T /"i/^ a 1 1 In 1 f" 




Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


CoTitrsc ted 
Ins truc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evdlus tiori 
and 
planning 


Profes- 
sional 

riovp 1 o n — 

ment 


Curric- 
ulum 

np VP 1 r>n — 

ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$9,146 


053 


$7,144 


091 


$363,171 


$185,152 


$21,135 


$463,718 


$203,158 


$489 


,771 


$64,874 


$44, 195 


$59,801 


$106,987 


Allegany 




316 


758 


255 


095 


12 


194 


13,750 


_ 




842 






28 


,877 




_ 




_ 


Anne Arundel 




901 


633 


798 


132 


51 


116 


- 


- 


9, 


161 


37 


,033 


6 


, 191 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 








































Baltimore 


I 


709 


667 


1,375 


228 










133 


412 




480 


89 


,327 


16,750 


6,700 


16,880 


37,890 


Calvert 




98 


066 


75 


132 






_ 




5, 


705 


7 


631 


8 


,018 


_ 


1,580 


_ 


_ 


Caroline 




77 


Q /. 


A Q 
Oo 


n/. n 






_ 


_ 




_ - 






Q 

y 


/, 
, Z J4 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Carroll 




382 


833 


281 


092 


28 


529 


23,459 


- 


6, 


554 






43 


, 199 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 




274 


051 


230 


710 










5, 


463 


13 


483 


24 


,395 










Charles 




273 


970 


190 


723 










23, 


987 






59 


,260 










Dorches ter 




82 


197 


82 


197 






_ 


















_ 




_ 


Frederick 




244 


568 


244 


568 






- 


- 














- 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 




200 


900 


161 


500 










22, 


400 






17 


,000 










Harford 




473 


256 


473 


256 






























Howard 




235 


064 


130 


495 


25,606 






31, 


406 


7 


188 


22 


,092 


1,691 


9,895 


6,691 




Kent 








































Montgomery 


1 


380 


961 


900 


643 


121 


800 


10,993 




84, 


500 


83 


000 


88 


,000 


35,544 


24,031 


32,450 




Prince George ' s 


1 


262 


993 


1,075 


253 


59 


353 


38,240 












37 


,665 








52,482 


Queen Anne' s 




7 


560 


















3 


780 










3,780 




St. Mary's 




137 


438 


114 


212 












304 




151 


8 


,757 


8,014 








Somerset 




62 


798 


47 


644 








15, 154 






















Talbot 








































Washington 




602 


221 


339 


185 


57 


616 


43,898 




126, 


719 


14 


588 


20 


,215 










Wicomico 




360 


385 


262 


547 


2 


066 


54,812 


5,981 


1, 


265 


1 


459 


21 


,018 




1,989 




9,248 


Worcester 




61 


440 


38 


439 


4 


891 










1 


365 


6 


,503 


2,875 






7,367 



TABLE 

150 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Secondary 



Federal Expenditures 







Ins true tion 


S jr.ins true tion 


Local Unit 


To ta 1 


Regular 


Di sad' 
vantaged 


nanox 
capped 


Contrac ted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counse 1 ing 


Admin i 5 - 
tra tion 
System- 
wide 


AdiTiini s- 
tra tion 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
P 1 anning 


Prof es- 
s lona 1 
Deve lop- 
men t 


Cur r ic~ 

U 1 UTT 

Deve lop- 
men t 


Equipment 


Lotai otate 




$1 , 4o J , -> Ji 


$353, 386 


$ 196 , 465 


e 1 1 nor* 


$296,605 


$265,599 


$146, 385 


$69,059 


$28, 796 


$208 ,671 


$738,402 


Allegany 


32, 168 


4 , 989 


8,683 


9,791 
















8, 705 


Anne Arundel 


396,099 


180, 172 


33,781 








41,927 


32,051 






65,024 


43, 144 


Baltimore City 


760,474 


167,246 


105,233 


116,361 


_ 


134,406 


79,954 


18,724 


108 


4,356 


7,758 


126,328 


Baltimore 


489,094 


194,777 


14,476 


113 


408 


114,951 


46,753 


12,410 


24,812 


3,365 


28,190 


48,839 


Calver t 




42, 325 










8,125 










10, 261 


Caroline 


47,020 


23, 559 


10,000 








■ 


4, 115 








9,346 


Carroll 


105,193 


54, 464 


6,858 


1 1 , 680 








23,987 








8, 204 


Cecil 


61,559 


28,309 


1,917 






1,080 


1,200 


529 




36 




28,488 


Charles 


99,797 


46,531 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,320 


51,946 


Dorches ter 




30,019 


17 , 866 


















36, 148 


Frederick 


163,628 


77 , 223 


2,827 


10 , 252 




13, 187 




38,641 








21 , 498 


Garrett 


35,210 


16,096 








16,801 












2,313 


Harford 


183,988 


75,322 


5,227 








2,800 


400 


33,200 


900 




66,139 


Howard 


49,673 


15,979 


3,501 














3,289 




26,904 


Kent 


71,930 




47,275 


21,043 
















3,612 


Montgomery 


294,932 


136,302 




558 






33,221 


12,874 




13,038 




98,939 


Prince George ' s 


320,398 


210,663 


51,919 


1,877 
















55,939 


Queen Anne' s 


64,325 


22,930 


3,410 






9,874 


13,351 




4,000 


1,292 


9,468 




St. Mary's 


63,584 


37,431 








1,007 


1,678 


2,270 


331 


2,420 


530 


17,917 


Somerset 


70,131 


24,304 






16,000 




16,897 


270 






4,160 


8,500 


Talbot 


92,221 




















92,221 




Washing ton 


171,119 


41,934 


35,313 


12,812 




4,588 


17,594 


114 


6,608 






52,156 


Wicomico 


54,974 


21,032 


2,634 


10,700 


S,622 


711 


2,099 






ICO 




9,076 


Worcester 


41,668 


33,924 


2,466 


1,2"S 



















TABLE 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 




Secondary 



Local Expenditures 



Local Unit 








Ins true tion 


Nonins true tion 




Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contrac ted 
Ins truc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System 
Wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
Planning 


Pro f e s- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


LO *~a. 1 O 


$32,828 


609 


$25,259 


954 


$1,432,528 


$606,306 


$7,154 


$1,203,050 


$965,703 


$1,667 


424 


$206, 191 


$155,449 


$365,586 


$959,264 


A 1 1 

All Ggany 




303,729 


239 


638 


11,595 


13 


075 


- 


5 


598 






23 


624 


- 


- 






10 


199 


AnnG AiruTidG 1 


1 


955 


500 


1,493 


415 


72,032 








23 


074 


102 


421 


44 


818 










A L J 


467 


Baltimore City 


9 


933 


614 


8,426 


044 


299,367 


303 


692 


- 


148 


214 


339,920 


416 


377 


- 


- 










Baltimore 


4,024 


631 


3,282 


164 


- 




- 


- 


267 


525 


61 


233 


211,455 


27,600 


17,122 


21 


475 


136 


057 


Ca 1 V6r t 




153 


356 


117 


484 


- 




- 


- 


8 


924 


11 


936 


12,542 


- 


2,470 




- 




- 


V^Ct 1 W i- X Lie 




66 


411 


38 


660 


12,856 






■ 




170 






3 


750 


- 


- 








y / J 


farrnl 1 




487 


299 


385 


143 


25, 127 


17 


128 




7,273 






23 


968 










28 


660 


Cecil 




361 


629 


248,706 


1,952 






- 


11 


643 


13 


756 


85 


572 


- 


- 










Charles 




416 


266 


290 


075 


- 






- 


35 


982 






88 


889 


- 


- 


1 


320 










154 


580 


132 


300 


1,717 






- 














- 


- 






20 


563 


Frederick 




656 


008 


610 


098 










13 


187 






14 


116 










18 


607 


Garrett 




99 


751 


69 


552 










7 


175 






20 


710 










2 


314 


Harford 




365 


911 


251 


414 














23 


193 


22 


327 




901 






68 


,076 


Howard 




761 


989 


411 


799 


76,470 








81 


765 


20 


674 


63 


539 


4,864 


28,343 


19 


245 


55 


290 


Kent 




153 


220 






141,492 




























11 


728 


Montgomery 


6 


715 


400 


4,486 


514 


490,200 


49 


972 




338 


000 


351 


098 


417 


870 


137,080 


103,850 


129 


800 


211 


016 


Prince George ' s 
Queen Anne ' s 


3 


863 


391 


3,457 


941 


145,331 


93 


354 












54 


704 










112 


061 




262 


835 


182 


307 


36,079 








8 


925 


9 


570 


1 


075 




948 


5 


687 


18 


244 


St. Mary's 




328 


236 


163 


816 










19 


099 


1 


788 


93 


658 


30,838 






632 


18 


405 


Somerset 




27 


616 


25,288 








1,700 




64 




314 












250 






Talbot 




180 


904 






























180 


904 






Washington 


1 


098 


963 


626 


339 


106, 379 


79 


094 




225,278 


25 


935 


35,938 














Wicomico 




328 


688 


239 


455 


1,885 


49 


991 


5,454 


1 


154 


1 


330 


19 


169 




1,815 






8 


435 


Worcester 




128 


682 


81 


802 


10,046 












2 


535 


13 


323 


5,809 








15 


167 



TABLE 

152 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Post Secondary 



Local Unit 



Total Expenditures 



Total 



Instruc tion 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contrac ted 
Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Nonlns true tion 



Admini s- 
tration 
System- 
wide 



Admini s- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Evaluation 
and 
Planning 



Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 



Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 



Equipment 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George ' s 
Queen Anne' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



$9,960,236 

394, A99 
1,201,905 
2,356,791 
1,592,345 



59,432 
419,566 



232,136 
62,300 

328,040 
67,705 



1,345,621 
1,037,070 
284,807 



578,019 



$7,046,062 

265,000 
759,367 
1,755,536 
1,453,772 



32,316 
111,222 



204,434 
30,800 

208,975 
54,213 



889,435 
701,358 
180,821 



398,813 



$218,091 

39,149 
17,089 

39,607 



11,751 
16,937 



26,852 
14,161 



20,201 



32,344 



$273,997 

18,750 

155,634 
17,951 



8,834 
14,784 



9,303 
16,460 
22,965 



9,316 



$307,002 

3,400 

176,174 
180 



,000 



28,658 
40,706 



49,884 



$862,879 

29,200 
287,212 
67,304 
69,755 



92,700 



100,598 



126,238 
26,000 
16,885 



46,987 



$73,097 
12,200 
23,834 



1,000 



32,319 



3,744 



$32,328 
10,100 
22,228 



$141,561 

8,700 

14,375 
1,434 



$1,005,219 

8,000 
138,237 
141,706 
9,646 



90,000 
19,800 

7,252 



i 



6,531 
183,923 



850 
22,500 
4,306 
13,492 



169,668 
252,546 
24,135 



29,679 



^Chesapeake College -$284,807- A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's > and Talbot counties. 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Post Secondary 



TABLE 

153 



state Expenditures 







Ins true tion 


Noninstruction 


Local Unit 


To ta 1 


Regular 


Disad- 
van taged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contracted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
Sy s tem- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equ ipmen t 


'otal State 


$3,971,990 


$3,080,439 


$57 , 907 






tf- 1 A O Oil; 

$108, o3d 


$151,425 


$203, /34 


$27 , 405 


$12, 214 


$52 , 334 




Al legany 


175,029 


126 , 631 


9 , 898 






8 , 500 


1 , 350 


12 , 800 


5 , 100 


4, 350 


3,400 


3,000 


Aiin6 Arund6l 


420,000 


411,000 


9,000 


_ 


















Baltimore City 


1,074,300 


823,643 


- 


- 


- 


62,817 


83,812 


24,903 


8,817 


7,864 


5,342 


57, 102 


Bal timore 


607,255 


567 ,876 


10 , 768 






8,976 




14,975 








4 , 660 


Ca L ver t 


























Caro 1 iriG 


























Carrol 1 


























Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


52,019 


21,481 


3,863 










15,070 








1 1 , 605 


Dorches ter 


























Frederick 


91,261 


84 336 


6 713 


















212 


Garrett 


36,800 


20,800 










4,000 




500 






11,500 


Harford 


129,003 


83,264 












43,861 








1,878 


Howard 


























Kent 


























Montgomery 


437,617 


289,607 








3,045 


9,933 


41,347 


10,588 




32,580 


50,517 


Prince George' s 


489,015 


321,159 








8,230 


20,353 


13,000 








126,273 


Queen Anne' s* 


129,775 


87,732 


10,012 






11,384 




7,658 






6,400 


6,589 


St. Mary's 


























Somerset 


























Talbot 


























Washington 


329,916 


242,910 


7,653 






5,883 


31,977 


30, 120 


2,400 




4,612 


4,361 


Wicomico 


























Worces ter 



























Chesapeake College -$129,775- A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties. 



TABLE 

154 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Post Secondary 



Fedtra. 



Instruction 



Noninstruction 



Local Unit 


Total 


Regular 


Disad- 

van fflff^H 
V ail uaKCu 


Handi- 


Con tr3c ted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
Sy s teiii" 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 

Based 


Evaluation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 

ment 


Curric- 
ulum 

ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$1,407,567 


$720,342 


$96,031 


_ 


_ 


$47,625 


$14,468 


$153,298 


$11,770 


$7,900 


$14,025 


$342,108 


Allegany 


44,440 


11,737 


19,353 


_ 


_ 


1,750 


700 


3,600 


2,000 


1,400 


1,900 


2,000 


Anne Arundel 


81,444 


19,000 


1,845 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60,599 


Baltimore City 


208, 191 


108, 250 








30,000 


8,550 


17,500 


6,200 


6, 500 


3,691 


27 , 500 


Baltimore 


290,393 


231,438 


18,069 


I 








39,126 






1,434 


326 


Calvert 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 




_ 


_ 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


























Charles 


320,140 


70,691 


8,649 






14,784 




63,988 








162,028 


Dorchester 




- 




- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


49,612 


35,761 


13,426 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


425 ' 


Garrett 


25,500 


10,000 










4,000 




500 






11,000 


Harford 


77,733 


47,415 


14,161 










15,494 








663 


Howard 


18,397 


4,905 




















13,492 


Kent 


























Montgomery 


136,734 


89,415 








891 


1,218 


12,021 


3,070 






30,119 


Prince George ' s 


59,040 


59,040 






















Queen Anne' s* 


25,268 


5,363 


178 






200 




1,569 






7,000 


10,958 


St. Mary's 


























Somerset 


























Talbot 


























Washing ton 


70,675 


27,327 


20,350 


















22,998 


Wicomico 


























Worcester 



























*Chesapeake College -$25,268- A regional coiiinunity college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties. 



I 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Post Secondary 



TABLE 

155 



Local Expenditures 











Ins true tion 


Nonins true tion 


1 Local Unit 




Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contrac ted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counse 1 ing 


Admini s- 
tra tion 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 

and 
Planning 


Prof es- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


:otal State 


$4 


580 


679 


$3,245,281 


$64, 153 




- 


- 


$117,537 


$141, 109 


$505,847 


$33,922 


$12,214 


$75,202 


$385,414 


All egany 




175 


030 


126 


632 


9,898 




- 


- 


8,500 


1,350 


12 


800 


5,100 


4,350 


3,400 


3 


000 


Anne Arundel 




700 


461 


329 


367 


6,244 












287 


212 








77 


638 


Baltimore City 


I 


074 


300 


823 


643 


- 








62,817 


83,812 


24 


902 


8,817 


7,864 


5, 342 


57 


103 


Bal timore 




694 


697 


654 


458 


10,770 




- 


- 


8,975 


180 


15 


654 








4 


660 


Calvert 










- 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Kja L \j L ± lie 






_ 




- 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


P a r rn 1 1 
\jd L L U L L 






- 
































Ceci 1 




59 


432 


32 


316 


11,751 








8,834 
















531 


Charles 




47 


407 


19 


050 


4,425 




- 


- 




- 


13 


641 


- 


- 


- 


10 


291 


Dorches ter 
















- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 










91 


263 


84 


337 


6,713 




- 


- 


- 








- 


- 






213 


Garre 1 1 






































Harford 




121 


304 


78 


296 














41 


243 








1 


765 


Howard 




49 


308 


49 


308 




























Kent 






































Montgomery 




771 


270 


510 


413 










5,367 


17,507 


72 


870 


18,661 




57,420 


89 


032 


Prince George' s 




489 


015 


321 


159 










8,230 


20,353 


13 


000 








126 


273 


Queen Anne' s* 




129 


764 


87 


726 


10,011 








11,381 




7 


658 






6,400 


6 


588 


St. Mary's 






































Somerset 






































Talbot 






































Washing ton 




177 


428 


128, 


576 


4,341 








3,433 


17,907 


16 


867 


1, 344 




2,640 


2 


320 


Wicomico 






































Worces ter 







































- -Chesapeake College -$129,764- A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties. 



TABLE 

156 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Adult Education 



Expend! tures 



Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contrac ted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Ad:::inis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 

and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$645,912 


$375,818 


$13,189 




- 


$10,648 


$129,470 


$87,703 


$10,904 


$4,408 


$12,939 


$S33 


Allegany 


53,179 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 


779 


7,000 


1,000 


900 


1,500 


- 


Anne Ajrundel 


47,291 


12,062 


13,189 


- 


- 


- 


22,040 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


84,075 


35,547 


- 


- 


- 




48,528 










- 


Bal timore 




1 ZD , £.VD 








/. TOO 


JO , Z Jh 




/ f ui / 


Z , OU / 


*♦ , Z lU 




Calvert 






_ 




_ 














_ 


Caroline 


3,280 


1,280 


- 


- 


- 
















Carroll 


27,076 


16,481 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


833 


Cecil 


15,583 


11,167 


- 


- 


- 


4,416 


- 


9,762 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


























Dorchester 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 








_ 


Frederick 


46,215 


46,215 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


























Howard 


























Kent 


























Montgomery 


























Prince George's 


71,100 


48,766 












22,334 










Queen Anne' s 


























St. Mary's 


























Somerset 


























Talbot 


























Washington 


63,484 


32,778 










19,889 




2,887 


701 


7,229 




Wicomico 


5,317 


5,317 






















Worcester 


















_ 







Nonins true tion 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Adult Education 



TABLE 

157 



state Expenditures 



Local Unit 




Instruction 


Noninstruction 


Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contrac ted 
Ins truc- 
t ion 


Guidance 
and 
Counse 1 ing 


Adminis- 
tration 
Sy s tem- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
P 1 anning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$98,465 


$50,528 








$1,326 


$22,320 


$16,186 


$2,173 


$774 


$5,158 


- 


Al legany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Bal timore 
Calvert 


17,893 
6,359 

29,492 


13,250 
16,865 


- 


- 


- 


750 
576 


220 
6,359 

2,992 


2,500 
9,059 


323 
- 


325 


525 
- 




Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


11,367 


6,740 
- 


- 
- 


- 
- 


- 


- 


- 


4,627 
- 


- 


- 
- 


- 


- 
- 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


- 
























Montgomery 
Prince George' s 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


6,272 


6,272 






















Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


25,616 
1,466 


5,935 
1,466 










12,749 




1,850 


449 


4,633 





TABLE 

158 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Adult Education 



Federal Expenditures 



Local Unit 






Tn Q triir C i nn 








































Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contrac ted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


To ca I S ca te 


$198, 180 


$107,878 


$13, 189 






$1,884 


$56, 332 


$6,902 


$5,616 


S2 355 


$3,608 


$'4 16 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Bal timore 
Calvert 


17,393 
18,366 
45,466 
65,111 


13,500 
5,177 

41,340 


13,189 


- 


- 


500 
1,384 


340 

45,466 
10,526 


2,000 
1,335 


353 
5,263 


250 
2,105 


450 
3,158 




Caroline 
Carroll 
Cecil 
Charles 


1,834 
7,854 


334 
4,871 


- 


- 
- 


- 


- 


- 


1,000 
2,567 


- 


- 


- 


416 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


12,803 


12,803 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


3,320 


3,320 






















Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


23,519 
2, Si- 


23,519 
2,514 























Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 

Adult Education 



Local Expenditures 



Local Unit 




Instruction 


Nonins true t ion 


Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contracted 
Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Evaluation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$349,267 


$217,412 








$7,438 


$50,818 


$64,615 


$3,115 


$1,279 


$4,173 


$417 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


17,893 
22,566 
38,609 
134,709 


13,250 
6,885 
35,547 
68,000 


- 


- 


- 


750 
2,272 


219 
15,681 
3,062 
24,716 


2,500 
36,213 


324 
1,754 


325 
702 


525 
1,052 




Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1,446 
7,855 
15,583 


446 
4,870 
11,167 


- 


- 


- 


4,416 


- 


1,000 
2,568 

- 


- 


- 


- 


417 
- 


Frederick 
Garrett 
Har ford 
Howard 
Kent 


33,412 


33,412 






















Montgomery 
Prince George ' s 
Queen Anne' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


61,508 


39,174 












22,334 










Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


14,349 
1,337 


3,324 
1,337 










7, 140 




1,037 


252 


2,596 





TABLE 

159 



TABLE 




Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1971-72 



Special Needs 



Tolal Expenditures 



Local Unit 




Instruction 


Nonins true tion 


Total 


Regu 1 ar 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


C nT\ t T n C fpH 

tion 


(^111 ri a n e> 

Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Bd s ed 


RvaliijjfirtTi 

Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


£cju ipnien t 




$79 , 781 






$32,028 






$16,505 


$18,677 








$12,571 


Al legany 


- 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Anne Arundel 


61,104 


_ 


_ 


32,028 


_ 


_ 


16,505 


_ 


_ 






12,571 


Baltimore City 


18,677 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


18,677 


- 


- 


- 




Bal timore 


- 
























Calvert 
















I 










Caroline 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






Carroll 


- 


- 




_ 








_ 




_ 




- 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


























Dorches ter 


























Frederick 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 






Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


- 
























Howard 


























Kent 


























Montgomery 


























Prince George' s 


























Queen Anne' s 


























St. Mary's 


























Somerset 


























Talbot 


























Washing ton 


























Wicomico 


























Worcester 



























^Includes $7,241 State, $13,940 federal; and $10,847 local expenditures. 
/Includes $6,062 State and $10,443 federal expenditures. 
^Federal expenditures only. 



TABLE 

161 



state Aid for Special Education: Prek-12: State of Maryland: 1971-72 







Public Schools 










Special Classes 




Home and 


Cont inuum 


Tuition 


Local Unit 


Grand 








Severely 


Itinerant 


Hospital 


and 


Private 




Total 


Total 


Total 


Educable 


Handicapped 


Services 


Instruction 


Pied Piper 


Schools 


Total State 


$24,333,504 


$21,771,292 


$17,472,240 


$3,920,220 


$13,552 ,020 


$2,264,300 


$1,716,267 


$318,485 


$2,562,212 


Allegany 


183,778 


172 ,676 


138,600 


41,800 


96,800 


8,000 


26,076 


- 


11,102 


Anne Arundel 


1,398,708 


1,312 ,353 


978,800 


185,800 


793 ,000 


235,600 


97,953 


- 


86,355 


Baltimore City 


5 ,476 ,753 


4,855,395 


4,112,200 


2 ,404,200 


1,708,000 


363,000 


331,195 


49,000 


621,358 


Baltimore 


3,153,721 


2,821,882 


2,182,600 


290,600 


1,892,000 


363,600 


228,182 


47,500 


331,839 


Calvert 


140,170 


137,660 


112 ,600 


24,600 


88,000 


16,000 


9,060 




2 ,510 


Caroline 


118,012 


114,612 


109,600 


25,600 


84,000 


- 


5,012 


- 


3,400 


Carroll 


525 ,253 


491,738 


374,000 


40,000 


334,000 


30,300 


87,438 


- 


33,515 


Cecil 


231,006 


210,906 


181,000 


89,000 


92 ,000 


24,000 


5,906 




20,100 


Charles 


337,687 


325,647 


252,500 


132,000 


120,500 


38 ,200 


34,947 




12,040 


Dorchester 


86,248 


81,248 


61,400 


36,400 


25,000 


8,000 


11,848 


- 


5 ,000 


Frederick 


341,316 


331 ,972 


228 ,400 


19,400 


209,000 


57,800 


45 ,772 


- 


9,344 


Garrett 


120 ,409 


120 , 189 


83,600 


14,600 


69,000 


16,000 


20,589 




220 


Harford 


391 ,521 


380,411 


271 ,200 


97 ,200 


174 ,000 


40,400 


68,811 


- 


11,110 


Howard 


569,912 


464,374 


348,300 


43,300 


305,000 


39,400 


33,524 


43, 150 


105,538 


Kent 


125 ,569 


105,940 


94,000 


32,000 


62,000 


8,200 


3,740 




19,629 


Montgomery 


3,901,305 


3,077,433 


2,511,520 


98,800 


2 ,412,720 


337,700 


228,213 




823,872 


Prince George's 


5,999,468 


5,570,018 


4,482 ,000 


86,000 


4,396,000 


578,100 


386,240 


123,678 


429,450 


Queen Anne ' s 


126,356 


125,356 


109,600 


39,600 


70,000 


8,000 


7,756 




1,000 


St. Mary's 


212,080 


210,450 


165,000 


62 ,000 


103,000 


24,000 


21,450 




1,630 


Somerset 


40,881 


38,881 


38,000 


9,000 


29,000 




881 




2,000 


Talbot 


107,236 


98,236 


77,600 


25,600 


52,000 


16,000 


4,636 




9,000 


Washington 


445,662 


443,662 


378,800 


54,800 


324,000 


20,000 


44,862 




2,000 


Wicomico 


233,093 


219,593 


125,000 


47,000 


78,000 


32,000 


7,436 


55,157 


13,500 


Worcester 


67,360 


60,660 


55,920 


20 ,920 


35,000 




4,740 




6,700 



TABLE 

162 



statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1971-72 



Operating Income 



Local Systems 


Total 


Federal 


State 


Loca 1 


Other 


Amount per 
Capita 


Total 


Salaries 


Materials 


Con tr ac t 
Services 


Other 


Total State 






768 


$577,838 


$2,454,377 


$19,859,416 


$923,137 


$5.87 


$23,235,792 


$15,446, 


jDO 


$3,855,848 


$1,156,522 


$2,777,056 


Individual Local Library 


Systems 




































Allegany 




176 , 


576 


- 


63,413 


106,170 


6. 


993 


2 


11 




176,576 




94, 


O JH 


41,124 


15,461 


25,137 


Anne Arundel 




1,227, 


288 


- 


234,777 


944,638 


47 


873 


3 


95 


1 


727 288 




806 , 


046 


202,893 


92,462 


125,887 


Baltimore City 




6,567, 


887 


63,204 


695,366 


5,483,100 


326 


7 1 7 


7 


29 




69ft 751 




01 7 


338 


702,873 


213,322 


764,718 


Baltimore 




4 , 500 , 


019 


2,226 


306,246 


3,839,111 


352 


436 


7 


07 


A 


340, 347 


2 


379, 


7 1 


835,452 


286,329 


838,835 


Carroll 




169 , 


050 




40 , 426 


1 OA nnn 
i ZD 1 UUU 




624 


2 


35 




168, 279 




101, 


■3 7*) 




Z J 1 J J 1 


11 ^17 


Cecil 




1 n ^ 


433 


- 


44,503 


53,291 


7, 


639 


1 


96 




108,058 




76, 




14,691 


5,529 


11,646 


Dorchester 




58, 


809 


- 


21,975 


34,100 


2, 


734 


2 


01 




73,211 




39, 


698 


19,326 


5,518 


8,669 


Frederick 




224, 


324 


- 


35,708 


143,000 


45. 


616 


2 


57 




186, 304 




121. 


347 


30,178 


7,848 


26,931 


Garr e 1 1 






262 


18,100 


14,001 


32,696 


4, 


465 


3 


21 




55,473 




29, 


422 


8,675 


7,969 


9,407 


Harford 






A 7 




7Q 1 




23. 


029 


2 


82 




343,624 




191. 


810 


91, 763 


27 , 609 


32,442 


Howard 




271, 


947 


- 


23,940 


232,955 


15, 


052 


4 


09 








161, 




63,857 


35,603 


13,508 


Montgomery 




3,641, 


599 


- 


199,476 


3,442,030 




93 


6 


57 


3 


338,749 


2, 


470, 


859 


757,360 


8,310 


102,220 


Takoma Park^ 




69, 


077 


- 


- 


69,077 






3 


73 




69, 105 




54, 


690 


10,698 


- 


3,717 


Prince George' s 




4,735, 


470 


- 


436,171 


4,274,319 


24. 


980 


6 


62 


4 


561,092 


2. 


987, 


994 


778,362 


252,570 


542,166 


Queen Anne' s 




56, 


248 




D , 00 J 


A 1 7 
HI,/ D\J 


7, 


615 


3 


01 








32, 


821 


8, 958 


1, 130 


14,823 


Somerset 




38, 


145 


- 


17,628 


20,000 




517 


2 


04 








23, 


672 


7,575 


1,780 


4,919 


Talbot 




107, 


645 


22,816 


8,640 


59,071 


17, 


118 


4 


49 




82,973 




57, 


118 


13,963 


2,965 


8,927 


Washing ton 




338, 


120 


- 


68,699 


250,399 


19, 


022 


3 


19 




328,078 




210, 


706 


50,993 


28,398 


37,981 


Wicomico 




182, 


871 




24,043 


151,840 


6, 


988 


3 


33 




174,979 




110, 


098 


35,047 


13,221 


16,613 


Worcester 




80, 


151 




8, 784 


69 , 497 


li 


870 


3 


28 




76,877 




48, 


876 


14,050 


4,940 


9,011 


Regional Library Systems 






































Kent-Caroline Public Libraries, 




































Incorporated 




a(29,534) 






3(28,300) 


1, 


234 








28,252 




20, 


842 


85 


4,212 


3,113 


Caroline 




49, 


083 




18,622 


28,360 


2, 


101 


2 


48 




58,706 




15, 


318 


5,075 


7,924 


30,389 


Kent 




37, 


574 


450 


5,832 


30,450 




842 


2 


32 




42,890 




9, 


889 


4,082 


3,926 


24,993 


Southern Maryland Regional Assn. 


a(97,303) 


80,155 


^1,500 


a(15,648) 












86,919 




46, 


674 


9,714 


7,502 


23,029 


Calvert 




51, 


997 




13,870 


37,699 




428 


2 


42 




53,622 




25, 


270 


9,576 


6,728 


12,048 


Charles 




111, 


983 




29,938 


80,682 


1, 


363 


2 


22 




113,475 




75, 


615 


18,717 


16,716 


2,427 


St. Mary's 




120, 


917 




51,772 


66,921 


2, 


224 


2 


48 




116,410 




68, 


580 


20,795 


9,849 


17,186 


Cooperative Library Services 




































Eastern Shore Area Library 


95, 


619 


94,074 


^^1,500 






45 








143,877 




61, 


018 


37,337 


22,218 


23,304 


Maryland Materials Center 




510 


12,500 




b 


2, 


010 








139,538 




85, 


367 


358 


41,167 


12,646 


Metropolitan Library Services 


229, 


862 


229,862 












c 


















Western Maryland Area 


Library 


55, 


960 


54,451 


^1,500 






9 








72,917 




21, 


873 


30,232 


1,965 


16,347 



Operating Expenditures 



TABLE 

162 

statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1971-72 





Number 


Circulation 


Estimated 




Local Systems 


of 




nf M;^ tpri A 1 <; 


Population 


FOOTNOTES : 




Volumes"" 








TflTlllflT'V' 


197 2/ 




Total State 




J i / 


Z Z 


A 1 Q 




A n R A 

^4 J U JO 


uuu 


"Does not include pamphlets, pictures and periodicals. 


















/Estimated population from Maryland State Department of 


Individual Local Library Systems 
















Health and Mental Hygiene, Center of Health Statistics. 


Allegany 


92, 


266 




'+D i 




83 


800 


^Not State-aided. Included in population served by county 


Anne Arundel 


404, 


150 


1 


,575 


296 


310 


700 


libraries; therefore omitted from total. 


Baltimore City 


2,252, 


894 


3 


,251 


7L0 


900 


500 


^Income from cooperative library systems for shared operating 


Baltimore 


1,012, 


623 


C 
J 


,u/e 


o JC5 


636 


500 


expenses excluded from State total as follows: Kent- 


Carroll 


73, 


U3 J 






7 T 

/ 32 


71 


800 


Caroline - $28,300, Southern Maryland Regional Association - 


















$15,648 


Cecil 


79, 


184 




144 


41 / 


53 


900 


'^Income of $98,412 representing fees paid by contracting 


Dorchester 


40, 


578 




115 


314 


29 


200 


units to the Maryland Materials Center is excluded. 


Frederick 


Q/. 


/ 7 J 




242 


726 


87 


200 


'^Expenditures are reflected in local library operating 


Garrett 




367 




113 


346 


21 


600 


expendi tures . 


Harford 




i- 1 £. 




633 


746 


122 


200 


dpor library services for the physically handicapped. 


Howard 


91, 


341 




365 


337 


66 


500 




Montgomery 


976, 


767 


5 


,089 


487 


554 


100 




Takoma/ 


Jo , 


1 7 D 




101 


238 


(18,500) 




Prince George's 


Q A 


7 =i '^ 
J J J 


3 


,464 


098 


714 


800 




Queen Anne' s 








83 


685 


18 


700 




Somerse t 


17, 






73 


349 


18, 


700 




Ta 1 bo t 








134 


016 


24 


000 




Washington 


zuu , 


1QQ 
J77 




541 


996 


105 


900 




Wicomico 


'-'l 


H J J 




257 


272 


54 


900 




Worcester 




D 7 




103,525 


24 


400 




Regional Library Systems 


















Kent-Caroline Public Libraries, 


















Incorporated 


















Caroline 


23, 


197 




65 


937 


19 


800 




Kent 


21, 


256 




42 


349 


16 


200 




Southern Maryland Regional Assn. 


9, 


200 














Calvert 


25, 


663 




66 


171 


21 


500 




Charles 


55, 


484 




201 


062 


50, 


400 




St. Mary's 


5A, 


519 




182 


248 


48 


700 




Cooperative Library Services 


















Eastern Shore Area Library 




642 




14 


881 








Maryland Materials Center 


















Metropolitan Library Services 


















Western Maryland Area Library 


15, 


345 




9 


227 









TABLE 

163 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1971-72 



Type of Service 


Number of 
Clients 


Average 
Cost 


Total 
Expendi tures* 


Type of Service 


Number of 
Clients 


Average 
Cost 


Total 
Expenditures 


Total 


/26,342 


$175 


$4,624,479 


Personal or Vocational Adjustment 


415 


$451 


$187,212 










On the Job 


71 


432 


30,704 


Diagnosis 


16,384 


49 


801,510 


Tutorial 


78 


207 


16,131 


Medical 


11,249 


29 


330,149 


Sheltered Workshop 


92 


361 


33,190 


Psychiatric 


737 


57 


41,657 


Correspondence 


42 


225 


9,457 


Psychological 


2,921 


64 


186,852 


Materials 


1,896 


64 


121,601 


Vocational Evaluation 


1,470 


165 


242,393 


Miscellaneous 


345 


76 


26,205 


Mi seel laneous 


7 


66 


459 


















Maintenance and Transportation 


5,854 


117 


683,800 


Surgery and Treatment 


2,217 


181 


401,391 


Maintenance 








Drugs 


89 


53 


4,715 


Training 


1,583 


271 


428,740 


Physician Services 


559 


109 


60,678 


Physical Restoration 


32 


172 


5,495 


Psychia trie 


329 


303 


99,824 


Placement 


1,068 


61 


65,126 


Surcerv 


710 


217 


153,879 


Miscellaneous 


38 


23 


881 


Physical Therapy 


133 


223 


29,688 


Transportation 








Occupational Therapy 


15 


165 


2,468 


Training 


1,878 


86 


161,343 


Speech Theraphy 


99 


138 


13,623 


Medical or Physical Restoration 


334 


31 


10,516 


Miscellaneous 


283 


129 


36,516 


Placement 


652 


12 


8,072 










Miscellaneous 


269 


13 


3,627 


Appliances 


3,431 


206 


706,450 










Limbs 


376 


487 


182,980 


Follow-up Services 


276 


57 


15,622 


Braces 


299 


127 


38,073 


Physical Treatment 


68 


67 


4,587 


Hearing Aids 


287 


241 


69,268 


Appliances 


71 


67 


4,770 


Glasses and Artificial Eyes 


990 


40 


39,968 


Training Materials 


9 


23 


204 


Surgical Appliance 


399 


98 


38,912 


Maintenance 


56 


41 


2,291 


Wheelchairs 


84 


242 


20,325 


Other Services 


72 


52 


3,770 


Dentures 


988 


319 


315,116 










Miscellaneous 


8 


226 


1,808 


Other Services 


567 


194 


109,837 










Reader and Interpreter Services 


61 


298 


18,173 


Hospitalization and Care 


370 


646 


239,155 


Occupational Tools, Equipment and 








Hospi talization 


367 


643 


235,814 


Licenses 


256 


203 


51,990 


Convalescent Home Care 


1 


1,118 


1,118 


Medical Care 


30 


641 


19,244 


Nursing 


1 


1,926 


1,926 


Services for Family Members 


9 


474 


4,270 


Miscellaneous 


1 


297 


297 


Miscellaneous 


211 


77 


16,160 


Training and Materials 


5,610 


284 


1,590,992 


Services to Groups of Individuals 






75,722 


College or University 


1,388 


402 


557,815 










Private Vocational School 


773 


487 


376,219 










Public Vocational School 


146 


362 


52,801 










Other Academic 


31 


77 


2,383 










Business School 


242 


356 


86,113 










Rehabilitation Center 


91 


1,002 


91,161 











*Totals do not include $101,811 of encumbrance at close of fiscal year. 
/Clients receiving more than one service are included only once in grand total. 



I 



STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Departmentof/Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1973 



STATE OF MARYIAND 




Annual Repot 

DepQrtnnentofEducation 



A STATISIICAl REVIEW for the Yeor Ending JUNE 30, 1973 

showing condition of ,he Public Schools of Maryland by the State Board of education 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Maryland State Board of Education 

Members of the Board 

Richard Schifter 
President 

William G. Sykes 
Vice President 

Mary Elizabeth Ellis 

William M. Goldsborough 

Joanne T. Goldsmith 

Albertine Thomas Lancaster 

Lawrence Miller 

Ellen 0. Moyer 

Charles E. Thompson 



Be thesda 

Baltimore 
Salisbury 
Oakland 

District Heights 

California 

Baltimore 

Annapolis 

Baltimore 



Year Term Expires 

1979 

1981 
1981 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1977 
1977 
1981 



Secretary-Treasurer of the Board and State Superintendent of Schools 
James A. Sensenbaugh 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 
Quentin L. Earhart 

NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1973. The members of the 

Maryland State Board of Education and the Maryland State Department of Education listed above are those 
who are in office at the time of the formal publication of this report. 



STATE OF MARYIAND 



ALLEGANY 



WASHINGTON 



CARROLL 



FREDERICK 



BALTIMORE 




MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 21240 



THE HONORABLE MARVIN MANDEL 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Mandel: 



I have the honor of submitting to you the 107th Annual Report 
covering all operations of the State Department of Education for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1973. 

Pertinent statistics concerning education in Maryland are 
presented in this report. The report provides data that are valid 
and re iable. The data will not only help in making sound adminis- 
trative decisions but will present a better understanding of our 
school system. 



Respectfully submitted. 





/J.AMES A. SENSENBAUGH^ 
Secretary-Treasurer 
State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Background Data TABLE 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 1 

Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1972-73 2 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1972 3 

Pupil Data 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1962 to Fall of 1972 4 

Prekindergar ten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1962 to Fall of 1972 5 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1962 to Fall of 1972 6 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-72 7 

Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 8 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1972 9 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1972 10 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 11 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 12 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 13 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 14 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 16 

Total Number of Maryland Children in Special Education Programs: 1972-73 17 

Number of Schools, Classes, and Enrollment in Self-Contained Programs for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 18 

Self-Contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 19 

Self-Contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary School: 1972-73 20 



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Self-Contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1972-73 21 

Severely Handicapped Children in Private Placement Programs Outside of Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 22 

Speech and Hearing Therapy Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 23 

Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 24 

Number of Prekindergar ten and Kindergarten Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 25 

Number of Pupils in Primary Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 26 

Number of Pupils in Intermediate Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 27 

Nianber of Pupils in High School Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 28 

Number of Pupils in Special Classes Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 29 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1972 30 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972 31 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1972-73 32 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1972-73 33 

Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1973 34 

Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1973 35 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1962-63 - 1972-73 36 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1972 37 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 38 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 39 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 40 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 41 



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Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 42 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 43 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 44 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 45 

Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public 

High Schools: Fall of 1972 46 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 47 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 48 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 49 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 50 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 51 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 52 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 53 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek:-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 54 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 55 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1972 56 

Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 197 2 57 

Staff Data 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 58 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 59 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 -1972-73 60 



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Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 61 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 62 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 62 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 64 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 65 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 66 

Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 67 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1972 6S 

Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1972 69 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: Fall of 1972 70 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1962-63 - 1972-73 "1 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1972-73 72 

Adult Program Data 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1962-63 - 1972-73 73 

General Adult Education Programs: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1972-73 74 

Vocational Adult Education Programs: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1972-73 75 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1972-73 76 

Vocational Rehabilitation Data 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1972-73 77 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1972-73 7S 



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Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1972-73 79 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1972-73 80 

Financial Data 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1972-73 81 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1972-73 82 

Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 83 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Construction, and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Includes Teachers' 

Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 84 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 85 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 86 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 87 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 88 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1972-73 89 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 90 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 91 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 92 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 93 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 94 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 95 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 96 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 97 



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Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 96 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 99 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 100 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 101 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 102 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Including Cost of Transportation) 103 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 104 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Including Cost of Transportation) 105 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 106 

Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1962-63 - 

1972-73 107 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 108 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses : By Function: PTek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 109 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1972-73 110 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1972-73 Ill 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1972-73 112 

Foundation Program: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 113 

Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratios: Prek 12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 114 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 115 

Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 116 

Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: Number and Percent Transported: State of 

Maryland: 1972-73 117 



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Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: State of Maryland: 1972-73 118 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 119 

Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1972-73 120 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1973 121 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12: June 30, 1973 122 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1928-29 - 1972-73 123 

1972-73 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County and State Purposes: State of Maryland 124 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1972-73 125 

Summary of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 126 

Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972 73 127 

Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 128 

Number of Schools Approved for Participation in National School Lunch, Special Milk, and School Breakfast Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 

1972-73 129 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1972 73 - Total Expenditures 130 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1972-73 - State Expenditures 131 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1972-73 - Federal Expenditures 132 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1972-73 - Local Expenditures 133 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1972-73 - Total Expenditures 134 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1972-73 - State Expenditures 135 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1972-73 - Federal Expenditures 136 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1972-73 - Local Expenditures 137 



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Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1972-73 - Total Expenditures... 
Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1972-73 - State Expenditures... 
Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1972-73 - Federal Expenditures. 
Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1972-73 - Local Expenditures.... 

State Aid for Special Education: Prek-12: State of Maryland: 1972-73 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1972-73 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 



BACKGROUND DATA: 

1972-1973 





Annual Report 



TABLE 

1 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



1 IT ■ 

Local Unit 


Ac tua 1 
Number 
Days 
Schoo 1 s 


Opening 
Dates 
September 
1972 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1973 


1 IT ■ 

Local Unit 


Ac tual 
Number 
Days 
Schoo 1 s 
Were Open 


Opening 
Da tes 
September 
1972 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1973 


Allegany 


183 


5 


15 


Harford 


183 


6 


14 


Anne Arundel 


(Elem. )182 


7 


14 


Howard 


184 


5 


15 




(Sec. ) 182 


7 


13 


Kent 


185 


5 


15 


Baltimore City 


182 


6 


15 










Baltimore 


182 


7 


14 


Montgomery 


184 


5 


20 


Calver t 


184 


5 


12 


Prince George' s 


180 


5 


19 










Queen Anne' s 


183 


7 


15 


Caroline 


180 


6 


6 


St. Mary's 


182 


5 


14 


Carrol 1 


180 


5 


12 


Somerset 


182 


5 


7 


Cecil 


183 


5 


14 










Charles 


182 


5 


13 


Talbot 


183 


5 


13 


Dorchester 


181 


5 


8 


Washing ton 


183 


5 


8 










Wicomico 


182 


5 


12 


Frederick. 


181 


5 


12 


Worcester 


182 


5 


8 


Garrett 


180 


7 


13 











TABLE 




Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


ENROLLMENT 


To tal 
Public 
Nonpubl ic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


1,046,095 
920,896 
122,064 
180 
2,955 


600,326 
507,973 
90,910 
180 
1,263 


445,769 
412,923 
31,154 

1,692 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


53,545 
46,515 
6,639 
11 
380 


/ 

23,247 
/ 
11 
/ 


/ 

23,268 
/ 

/ 


NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


-n,9i3 

■A-1,333 
••-558 
1 
21 


1,533 
1,023 
494 
1 
15 


521 
392 
110 

19 



*Excludes duplicates. 

/Breakdown by organization not available. 



TABLE 

3 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elemen- 
tary 

Only- 


Secondary Only 


Comb ined 


Total 


Junior 
(Grades 7-9) 


Jr. -Sr. 

(Grades 7-12) 


Senior 
(Grades 9-12) 


Vocational- 
Technical 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


1,333 


941 


310 


129 


43 


119 


19 


82 


48 


34 


A 1 legany 


JD 


ZD 


8 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 


_ 


3 


Anne Arundel 


Q7 


77 


20 


10 


2 


7 


1 


_ 




_ 


Bal t imore City 


9 11 
Z i 1 




50 


18 


13 


17 


2 


7 


- 


7 


Ba 1 1 imore 


LDO 




43 


20 


3 


17 


3 


5 


2 


3 


Calvert 


12 


8 


2 






1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Lid L (J X 


10 


5 


4 


2 


_ 


2 


. 


_ 


. 


_ 


Carroll 


9 ft 




5 


_ 


3 


1 


1 


6 


6 


_ 


Cec 1 1 




1 


6 


- 


4 


1 


1 


3 


3 


- 


Char les 




1 ft 


4 






3 


1 


6 


4 


2 


Dorchester 


22 


17 


5 


1 


3 


1 










Frederick 


9 /. 




7 


1 


4 


2 


_ 


3 


1 


2 


Garret t 


1 7 


i J 


2 




2 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


Harford 


9Q 
JO 


ZD 


7 


1 


1 


4 


1 


5 


3 


2 


Howard 


35 


20 


7 


1 




5 


1 


8 


7 


1 


Kent 


8 


4 


1 






1 




3 


2 


1 


Montgomery 


197 


144 


50 


28 


2 


20 




3 


2 


1 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 


235 


174 


61 


41 


1 


18 


1 








11 


7 


2 


1 




1 




2 


2 




St. Mary's 


23 


16 


3 






2 


1 


4 


3 


1 


Somerset 


16 


9 


3 


1 




2 




4 


1 


3 


Talbot 


13 


8 


3 






2 


1 


2 


2 




Washington 


43 


27 


7 




1 


5 


1 


9 


6 


3 


Wicomico 


24 


16 


6 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 




2 


Worcester 


14 


7 


4 






3 


1 


3 


3 





-'Includes following one-teacher schools: Dorchester, 1; Somerset, 1. 
NOTE: See Appendix for listing of certain types of schools. 



PUPIL DATA 






Annual Report 



TABLE 

4 

Fall Enrollment-'f by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1962 to Fall of 1972 



Lo c s 1 Un i t 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


Total State 


667,528 


704,693 


735,242 


762,636 


790,928 


825,892 


860,604 


891,981 


913,196 


922,051 


920,896 


Al legany 


16 , 643 


16 , 789 


16 , 887 


16 , 528 


16 , 530 


16 , 448 


16,474 


16 , 602 


17,653 


17 , 589 


17,273 


Anne Arundel 


47 , 6 38 


51 , 248 


54, 131 


56,703 


59 , 39 1 


62, 175 


65 , 920 


70 , 842 


74,028 


75 , 452 


77,081 


Baltimore City 


180,032 


184, 876 


TOO A 1 r\ 

100,020 


19 1 , 008 


192 , 312 


192, 545 


192 , 169 


1 A Pi O 1 

193,082 


192 , 826 


190, 735 


186 , 600 


Baltimore 


96, 216 


101 , 882 


106, 273 


109 , 193 


112 , 856 


118, 356 


123, 607 


129,658 


134, 179 


134, 136 


1 31 , 969 


Calvert 


4,744 


4,977 


5,098 


5,179 


5,223 


5,284 


5,466 


5,606 


5,891 


6,117 


6,287 


Caroline 


4, 680 


4 , 7 36 


4, 897 


5,021 


5 , 005 


5, 265 


t; T Q t: 
J , J J J 


5, 325 


5,366 


5 , 346 


5 , 345 


Carrol 1 


11 ,411 


11,987 


12,454 


12,823 


13, 238 


13,864 


14 , 406 


15,052 


16 , 620 


17, 213 


17 , 947 


Cecil 


10 , 164 


10 , 556 


10,887 


10,907 


11,215 


11 , 700 


11 , 966 


12,088 


12 , 382 


12, 378 


12,478 


Charles 


8, 166 


8,564 


8,999 


9 , 498 


10,044 


10 , 765 


11 , 692 


12,431 


13, 165 


14,437 


15, 764 


Dorchester 


6,283 


6,443 


6,533 


6,502 


6,537 


6,501 


6,568 


6,721 


6,615 


6,467 


6,373 


Frederick 


15 , 172 


15,793 


16 , 260 


16 , 764 


17, 393 


17 , 905 


18, 356 


18, 740 


19 , 389 


20,928 


21,472 


Garrett 


4,824 


4, 970 


5,075 


5,089 


5,064 


5, 341 


5, 367 


5,460 


5, 581 


5,707 


5, 794 


Harford 


18, 175 


19,527 


20,583 


21,654 


23,520 


24,941 


28, 162 


29,761 


30,670 


31,620 


32,418 


Howard 


8,955 


9,787 


10,389 


11,038 


11,536 


13,078 


14,371 


15,789 


17,208 


19,049 


20,429 


Kent 


3,415 


3,458 


3,491 


3,539 


3,577 


3,636 


3,701 


3,928 


3,934 


3,926 


3,880 


Montgomery 


92,536 


97,802 


102,020 


106,206 


111,137 


116,015 


121,936 


125,456 


125,802 


126,679 


126,912 


Prince George' s 


81,999 


92,395 


102,504 


113,260 


123,486 


136,469 


147,233 


155,492 


160,900 


162,850 


161,965 


Queen Anne' s 


3,989 


4,045 


4,196 


4,251 


4,229 


4,603 


4,631 


4,753 


4,780 


4,771 


4,717 


St. Mary' s 


6,638 


7,402 


7,907 


8,265 


8,829 


9,390 


9,830 


10,576 


11,206 


11,856 


11,792 


Somerset 


4,416 


4,445 


4,496 


4,508 


4,433 


4,484 


4,476 


4,748 


4,674 


4,629 


4,508 


Talbot 


4,307 


4,450 


4,446 


4,452 


4,526 


4,483 


4,531 


4,614 


4,957 


5,038 


4,991 


Washington 


20,436 


21,145 


21,584 


21,722 


21,991 


23,122 


23,470 


23,873 


23,980 


24,053 


24,016 


Wicomico 


10,916 


11,416 


11,875 


12,278 


12,459 


12,746 


14,082 


14,487 


14,658 


14,468 


14,386 


Worcester 


5,773 


6,000 


6,237 


6,248 


6,397 


6,776 


6,855 


6,897 


6,732 


6,607 


6,589 



*Includes prekindergar ten and kindergarten enrollment. 



TABLE 

5 

Prekindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1962 to Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


Total State 




188 


178 


3S0 


680 


533 


1 ,S-1 


1 . 749 


2, 145 


2, 260 


2, 310 


Allegany 














30 


28 








Anne Arundel 




24 


30 


25 


29 


31 


26 


17 


50 


21 


10 


fialtimoire City 




159 


143 


351 


579 


745 


842 


854 


1,150 


1 , 167 


1,129 


Ba 1 1 itno r e 










67 


50 


13 


30 


7 






Ca 1 ver t 
























Caroline 


- 




- 






■ 










* 


Carroll 
























Cecil 
























T 1 p Q 

Vjlt<3 J. X C O 




















67 


99 


Dorches ter 
























Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


14 


- 


Garre tt 
























Harford 
























Howard 














66 


105 








Kent 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


111 




- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 














487 


481 


458 


473 


602 


Prince George ' s 














227 


213 


257 


233 


190 


Queen Anne ' s 
























St. Mary' s 














30 






20 


40 


Somerset 
























Talbot 
























Washington 




5 


5 


4 


5 


12 


9 


21 


157 


189 


165 


Wicomico 


















63 


76 


75 


Worces ter 

























TABLE 

6 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1962 to Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


Total State 


25,731 


28,268 


30,221 


32,562 


34,574 


42,391 


51,419 


58,437 


61,781 


62,022 


60,180 


All egany 
















45 




1 1 7A 


1 n A '^ 


Anne Arundel 


24 




30 




Z 7 




i , 7 J J 


^ ft ^7 






'4 J 7 O / 


Baltimore City 


15 793 


16 009 


15,875 


ID, J ZH 


ID , J 


1 S 7ftl 
1 J J / O 1 


14 , 946 


LJ , IZo 




1 90 1 


1 9 A 


Ba 1 timor e 


J L 


J / 




J J 


Z 7 -5 


L y III 


H , J / U 


7 1 9 
/ , iDz 


Q 111 


ft 7 QQ 


ft 1 97 
, iZ / 


Calvert 


25 


21 








98 


252 


313 


338 


398 


417 


Car 1 me 




76 




115 


1 "^A 
i JO 




JD 7 




J> J 7 


S 9 
J 3 Z 


'XC\ 1 


Car r 1 1 






















1 9 "^Q 

J. J Z J7 


Cecil 
























Char 1g s 




















4 J J 


i , U 17 


Dorchester 


_ 




- 


_ 




_ 


_ 


369 


354 


366 


329 


Frederick 


















9 S 7 


1 9 J Q 
I , J i V 


1 9Q 9 
i , JOZ 


Garrett 












1 1 ') 


1 9fl 
i ZO 


ZhH 


9 97 


97n 


9A 9 
JDZ 


nar lora 












i / U 


9 9 n 7 
Z , JU / 


2,436 


9 9 SA 


2 , 288 


9 9 R 
Z , ZDD 


Howard 


_ 




I 




7 


1,015 


1,180 


1,334 


1,328 


1,387 


1,486 


Kent 
















291 


260 


264 


232 


Montgomery 


8,820 


9,042 


9,174 


9,464 


9 615 


9,624 


9,656 


9,686 


8,811 


8,588 


8,406 


Prince George ' s 




2,022 


3,915 


5,335 


6,519 


9,822 


12,127 


12,693 


12,492 


12,063 


11,494 


Queen Anne ' s 












328 


375 


348 


314 


281 


258 


St. Mary' s 


150 


150 


150 


249 


373 


472 


512 


532 


555 


947 


877 


Somerset 
















284 


306 


272 


281 


Talbot 


















323 


323 


275 


Washington 


691 


727 




868 


904 


1,6 30 


1,806 


1,805 


1,661 


1,680 


1,638 


Wicomico 














943 


1,070 


966 


994 


874 


Worces ter 


115 


140 


132 


127 


151 


463 


513 


491 


472 


425 


424 



TABLE 

7 



Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-72 





GRAND 




FALL OF 


TOTAL 


Kinder- 


1 


2 






5 












11 










garten* 


3 


4 


6 










12/ 


Special 


Ocher 


GRAND TOTAL 


1962 


667,523 


25,731 


65,860 


60,749 


58,712 


56,450 


54,512 


52,004 


53,766 


52,583 


53,152 


50,578 


38,189 


29,935 


15,282 


_ 


1963 


704,693 


28,268 


69,498 


63,636 


60,769 


58,879 


56,682 


53,770 


55,740 


52,628 


53,261 


51,796 


46,360 


35,831 


17,375 


_ 


1964 


735,242 


30,221 


68,169 


63,967 


60,710 


60,455 


58,416 


55,518 


57,767 


55,139 


54,065 


52,170 


46,934 


43,351 


28,360 


_ 


1965 


762,636 


32,562 


69,731 


65,006 


62,726 


62,920 


60,501 


57,736 


59,896 


57,543 


56,706 


52,812 


47,251 


43,642 


33,604 




1966 


790,928 


34,574 


71,451 


66,556 


64,865 


65,345 


62,584 


59,748 


63,062 


60,056 


58,753 


55,668 


48,449 


43,693 


36,124 


_ 


1967 


825,892 


42,391 


72,965 


67,240 


65,384 


65,824 


64,539 


61,683 


63,149 


60,702 


59,965 


57,142 


50,502 


44,774 


49,632 


_ 


1968 


860,604 


53,260 


68,219 


66,370 


64,551 


66,082 


65,131 


63,372 


66,216 


63,024 


62,802 


59,589 


52,661 


46,641 


25,659 


37,027 


1969 


891,981 


60,186 


68,175 


64,469 


64,827 


65,613 


64,702 


63,592 


69,105 


66,096 


65,303 


62,553 


54,827 


48,588 


26,934 


47,011 


1970 


913, 196 


63, 926 


66 846 


64, 190 


63, 155 


66 096 


64, 957 


63,798 


70,848 


6ft ft81 


67,812 


64, 201 


57 , 380 


50 , 643 


26 960 


53 503 


1971 


922,051 


64,282 


63,506 


62,135 


61,350 


62,719 


64,836 


63,113 


72,601 


70,234 


70,460 


66,324 


58,732 


52,361 


26^239 


63^159 


1972 


920,896 


62,490 


57,437 


57,820 


60,739 


61,880 


61,973 


63,414 


74,136 


71,570 


72,040 


69,357 


60,645 


53,340 


24,854 


69,201 
















TOTAL 


ELEMENTARY 
















1962 


3S7, 184 


25,731 


65,860 


60,749 


58,712 


56,450 


54,512 


52,004 


37 


25 










13, 104 




1963 


406,372 


28,268 


69,498 


63,636 


60,769 


58,879 


56,682 


53,770 


41 


24 










14,805 




1964 


423,200 


30,221 


68, 169 


63,967 


60,710 


60,455 


58,416 


55,518 


30 


40 










25,674 




1965 


442,014 


32,562 


69,731 


65,006 


62,726 


62,920 


60,501 


57,736 


29 


39 










30,764 




1966 


458,144 


34,574 


71,451 


66,556 


64,865 


65,345 


62,584 


59,748 


28 


37 










32,956 




1967 


479,758 


42,391 


72,965 


67,240 


65,384 


65,824 


64,539 


61,683 


88 








_ 




39,644 




1968 


499,295 


53,260 


68,219 


66,370 


64,551 


66,082 


65,131 


63,372 


122 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,248 


36,9:.. 


1969 


514,665 


60,186 


68,175 


64,469 


64,827 


65,613 


64,702 


63,592 


80 












16,080 


46,9-: 


1970 


522,173 


63,926 


66,846 


64,190 


63,155 


66,096 


64,957 


63,798 


50 












15,757 


53,3'.- 


1971 


519,135 


64,282 


63,506 


62,135 


61,350 


62,719 


64,836 


63,113 


42 












15,008 


62,1 — 


1972 


507,973 


62,490 


57,437 


57,820 


60,739 


61,880 


61,973 


63,414 


37 












13,858 


65,325 
















TOTAL 


SECONDARY 
















1962 


280,344 
















53,749 


52,563 


53,152 


50,575 


35,159 


29,935 


2,175 




1963 


298,321 
















55,699 


52,804 


53,261 


51,796 


46,360 


35,831 


2,570 




1964 


312,042 
















57,737 


55,099 


54,065 


52,170 


46,934 


43,351 


2,686 




1965 


320,622 
















59,867 


57,504 


56,706 


52,812 


47,251 


43,542 


2,840 




1966 


332,784 
















63,034 


60,019 


58,753 


55,668 


48,449 


43,693 


3,168 




1967 


346,134 
















63,061 


60,702 


59,965 


57,142 


50,502 


44,774 


9,988 




1968 


361,309 
















66,094 


63,024 


62,802 


59,589 


52,661 


46,641 


10,411 


87 


1969 


377,316 
















69,025 


66,096 


65,303 


62,553 


54,827 


48,588 


10,854 


70 


1970 


391,023 
















70,798 


68,881 


67,812 


64,201 


57,380 


50,643 


11,203 


105 


1971 


402,916 
















72,559 


70,234 


70,460 


66,324 


58,732 


52,361 


11,231 


1,015 


1972 


412,923 
















74,099 


71,570 


72,040 


69,357 


60,645 


53,340 


10,996 


576 



*Includes enrollment in prekindergar ten classes. 
/Includes postgraduates. 



TABLE 

8 

Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 










Elementary 


enrollment by Grade 










Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


5 


7 




Special 


Other 


Total Stated- 


1,046,095 


600,326 


13,105 


65,199 


15 ,591 


71,265 


66,047 


66,668 


70 ,213 


71,309 


71,537 


73,301 


8,278 


7,813 


Total Local Units 


1,042 ,960 


598,883 


13,077 


65,171 


14,811 


71 , 169 


65,991 


66,587 


70,093 


71,245 


71,467 


73,225 


8,234 


7,813 


Allegany 


19,314 


10,445 


132 


1,152 


196 




1,377 


1,430 


1,439 


1,509 


1,496 


1,507 


102 


105 


Anne Arundel 


83,933 


47,505 


649 


5,315 


1,178 


6,697 


5,263 


5,302 


5,606 


5,633 


5,399 


5 ,722 


373 


368 


Baltimore City 


216,633 


129,202 


2,378 


13,569 


5,179 


20,779 


13,338 


13,300 


13,858 


14,311 


14,332 


13,900 


2 ,168 


2,090 


Baltimore 


157,246 


86,220 


2,349 


9,028 


1 ,692 


22 ,922 


7,087 


6,915 


7,336 


7,427 


8,597 


9,466 


1,700 


1,701 


Ca Ivert 


6,875 


3,977 


- 


444 


138 




588 


542 


571 


563 


526 


537 


41 


27 


Caroline 


5,474 


2,940 


_ 


307 


131 




391 


396 


424 


415 


416 


460 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


18,228 


10,087 


- 


1,239 


141 


- 


1,356 


1,400 


1,451 


1,473 


1,499 


1,471 


31 


26 


Cecil 


14,170 


7,950 


- 


■ 217 


92 


- 


1,189 


1,228 


1,273 


1,284 


1,271 


1,254 


75 


67 


Charles 


16,998 


10,362 


180 


1,032 


168 




1 ,385 


1 ,449 


1 ,492 


1 ,546 


1,449 


1,411 


129 


121 


Dorchester 


6,373 


3,352 


- 


329 


7 




500 


477 


527 


511 


491 


510 


- 


- 


Frederick 


23,162 


13,123 


210 


1,459 


187 


3,301 


1,158 


1,291 


1,345 


1,316 


1,236 


1,322 


159 


139 


Garrett 


5,794 


3,282 


. 


362 


73 




474 


438 


472 


464 


465 


497 


37 


- 


Harford 


34,672 


19,737 


145 


2,369 


302 


17 


2,662 


2,790 


2,908 


2,824 


2 ,781 


2,825 


56 


58 


Howard 


22,791 


13,841 


459 


1,685 


502 


32 


1,673 


1,717 


1,850 


1,882 


1,827 


1,822 


209 


183 


is.ent 


4- , UJJ 


9 1 Q7 




^JKJ 


56 




283 


282 


314 


330 


32 1 


323 


18 


20 


Montgomery 


149,258 


83,805 


3,609 


9,357 


1,634 


12,197 


8,195 


8,473 


9,102 


9,231 


9,559 


9,740 


1,416 


1,292 


Prince George's 


180,543 


107,008 


2,461 


12 ,162 


2,478 


3,923 


13,461 


13,647 


14,098 


14,282 


13,575 


14,231 


1,386 


1,304 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,916 


2,564 




258 


77 




367 


362 


381 


390 


374 


355 






St, Mary's 


14,632 


9,013 


76 


988 


187 




1,256 


1,204 


1,306 


1,222 


1,221 


1,157 


214 


182 


Somerset 


4,508 


2,519 




281 


45 


996 


10 


15 


16 


361 


375 


420 






Talbot 


5,832 


3,243 


34 


313 


75 


305 


456 


365 


417 


403 


424 


409 


22 


20 


Washington 


25,826 


14,225 


186 


1,698 


146 




1,883 


1,884 


2,034 


2 ,088 


2,087 


2 ,065 


71 


83 


Wicomico 


14,890 


8,615 


209 


916 


90 




1,181 


1,163 


1,317 


1,217 


1,214 


1,254 


27 


27 


Worcester 


6,837 


3,671 




441 


37 




458 


517 


556 


563 


532 


567 







*Total State includes enrollments in the campus school at Towson State College and in education programs in Maryland State institutions 
which are not reflected in local units. Enrollments at the institutions are given in a table which follows; the campus school has grade 
enrollment as follows: Prek. , 13; k, , 20; 1, 24; 2, 29; 3, 22; 4,24; 5, 24; 6, 24; total, 180, 



TABLE 

8 

Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 31, 1972 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State/ 


445, 769 


iZ , Uo / 


9 971 


75,960 


73,376 


79,315 


76,440 


67,007 


59,313 


Total Local Units 


444,077 


11,364 


1,814 


75,881 


73,306 


79,227 


76,301 


66,935 


59,249 


Allegany 


8 ,869 


76 


- 


1 ,413 


1 , 363 


1,551 


1 ,618 


1 ,473 


1,375 


Anne Arundel 


36 ,428 


757 


80 


6 ,483 


6 ,337 


6 ,52 1 


6 , 332 


5 ,291 


4 ,627 


Baltimore City 


87,431 


5,900 


938 


15 ,880 


13 , 742 


14 , 953 


14 ,094 


1 1 , 844 


10,080 


Baltimore 


"71 r\o 

/ 1 , Uzb 


o*+o 




10 , 940 


11 ceo 

1 1 ,->JZ 


19 Q /.C 
IZ , H'«) 


19 Q /. 
iz ,0'>J 


11 / C £ 


10 ,541 


Calvert 


2,898 


57 


- 


495 


537 


578 


483 


380 


368 


Caroline 


O C *3 /. 

1 ,3 J'^ 


216 


- 








J 1'* 


9 OC 


9 9 Q 

iio 


Carroll 


8 , 141 


34 


- 


1 ,479 


1 ,420 


1 ,492 


1 ,383 


1 ,246 


1 ,087 


Cecil 


6 ,220 


82 


- 


1 , 123 


1 ,071 


1 , 145 


1 ,033 


916 


850 


Charles 


6 ,636 


A*? 




1 ,203 


1 ,209 


1 ,352 


1 , 125 


974 


731 


Dorchester 


3,021 


17 


_ 


538 


542 


565 


520 


427 


412 


Frederick 


10,039 


28 


- 


1 ,689 


1 , 724 


1,829 


1 ,802 


1 ,600 


1 , 367 


Garrett 


2 ,512 


56 


- 


447 


454 


429 


406 


396 


324 


Harfo rd 


14,935 


252 




2 ,692 


2 ,663 


2 , 749 


2 ,505 


2 , 198 


1 ,876 


Howard 


8,950 


144 


664 


1,273 


1,196 


1,640 


1,513 


1,312 


1,208 


Kent 


1,858 


92 




316 


306 


346 


308 


252 


238 


Montgomery 


65,453 


1,066 




10,377 


10,402 


11,419 


11,549 


10,864 


9.776 


Prince George's 


73,535 


1,191 


119 


13,264 


12,782 


13,151 


12,803 


10,834 


9.391 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,352 


105 


13 


390 


359 


439 


353 


341 


352 


St. Mary's 


5,619 


67 




980 


872 


1,175 


964 


798 


763 


Somerset 


1,989 






392 


369 


343 


333 


289 


263 


Talbot 


2,589 


56 




450 


448 


448 


432 


401 


354 


Washington 


11,601 


144 




1,923 


1,879 


2,128 


2,022 


1,837 


1,668 


Wicomico 


6,275 


134 




1,177 


1,076 


1,125 


984 


932 


847 


Worcester 


3,166 






543 


599 


600 


522 


489 


-13 



/Total State includes enrollments in education programs in Maryland State institutions which are not reflected in local units. 



TABLE 

9 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1972 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elementary 


Pre- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


920,896 


507,973 


2,310 


60,180 




68 325 


57,437 


57,820 


60,739 


61.880 


61,973 


63,414 


37 


A 1 legany 


17,273 


8,970 


- 


1,065 






1,215 


1 ,251 


1 ,273 


1,334 


1,318 


1,318 


- 


Anne Arundel 


77,081 


42,432 


10 


4,987 


1,173 


6,105 


4,852 


4,880 


5,120 


5,119 


4,930 


5,256 


- 


Baltimore City 


186,600 


108,053 


1,129 


12,436 


4,786 


19,677 


11,333 


11,303 


11,678 


12,112 


12,056 


11,543 


- 


Ba 1 1 imore 


111 QftQ 


67 503 




8 12 7 


1 686 


21 807 


5 496 


5 208 


5 536 


5 583 


6 656 


7 404 




Ca Ivert 


6,287 


3, '498 


- 


'417 


138 




'525 


'482 


'501 


'493 


'464 


'478 


- 


Caroline 


5,345 


2,842 


- 


307 


33 




391 


396 


424 


415 


416 


460 


- 


Carroll 


17,947 


9,806 


- 


1,239 


141 


- 


1,326 


1,361 


1,409 


1,433 


1,461 


1,436 


- 


Cecil 


12,478 


6,675 






92 


- 


1,028 


1,061 


1,126 


1,124 


1,123 


1,121 


- 


Id L J. C O 


15 674 


9 241 


99 


1 019 


168 




1,253 


1 ,321 


1 ,367 


1 ,416 


1 320 


1 ,278 




Dorchester 


6^373 


3 ',352 




329 


7 




'500 


'477 


'527 


'511 


'491 


'510 


- 


Frederick 


21,472 


11,696 


- 


1,382 


187 


3,301 


1,060 


1,159 


1 ,193 


1,179 


1,071 


1 ,164 


- 


Garrett 


5,794 


3,282 


- 


362 


73 




474 


438 


472 


464 


465 


497 


37 


Harford 


32 ,418 


18 ,474 




2 ,265 


302 


17 


2 ,529 


2 ,627 


2 , 742 


2 ,670 


2 ,633 


2 ,689 




Howard 


20^429 


ll!479 




1*486 


444 


20 


1,501 


1,514 


r,62 7 


1^672 


1,613 


1,602 




Kent 


3,880 


2 ,022 




232 


56 




261 


263 


294 


310 


303 


303 




Montgomery 


126,912 


66,621 


602 


8,406 


1,305 


12,174 


6,567 


6,865 


7,401 


7,523 


7,816 


7,962 




Prince George's 


161,965 


92,438 


190 


11,494 


2 ,414 


3,923 


12,014 


12,214 


12,565 


12,784 


12 ,161 


12 ,679 




Queen Anne ' s 


4,717 


2,493 




258 


77 




355 


348 


371 


375 


365 


344 




St. Mary's 


11,792 


7,077 


40 


877 


187 




1,040 


977 


1,081 


989 


969 


917 




Somerset 


4,508 


2,519 




281 


45 


996 


10 


15 


16 


361 


375 


420 




Talbot 


4,991 


2,700 




2 75 


75 


305 


381 


303 


340 


342 


339 


340 




Washington 


24,016 


13,144 


165 


1,638 


146 




1,753 


1,744 


1 ,874 


1 ,947 


1,948 


1,929 




Wicomico 


14,386 


8,111 


75 


874 


90 




1,132 


1,113 


1,265 


1,179 


1,167 


1,216 




Worcester 


6,589 


3,545 




424 


37 




441 


500 


537 


545 


513 


548 





TABLE 

9 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 





Secondary School Enrollment by Grade 






Local Unit 


Total 


Ungraded 












12 


Secondary 


Specla 1 


ther 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Total State 


412 ,923 


10,996 


876 


74 099 


71 ,570 


72,040 


69,357 


60,645 


53,340 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


8,303 
34,649 
78,547 
64,466 

2 ,789 


76 
748 
5 ,670 
'823 
57 


80 
- 


1,413 
6,347 
15,511 
10,453 
474 


1 ,363 
6,194 
13,394 
11,060 
516 


1 ,411 
6,108 
13,044 
11,431 
558 


1,465 
5,928 
12,289 
11,441 
468 


1,342 
4,951 
10,182 
10,063 
359 


1,233 
4,293 
8,457 
9,195 
357 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


2 ,503 
8,141 
5 ,803 
6,433 

3 ,02 1 


185 
34 
82 
42 
17 




414 
1,479 
1,053 
1,203 

538 


404 
1,420 
1,011 
1 ,209 

542 


403 
1,492 
1,067 
1,292 

565 


374 
1,383 

960 
1,073 

520 


385 
1,246 
845 
927 
427 


338 
1,087 
785 
687 
412 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


9,776 
2,512 
13,944 
8,950 
1,858 


28 
56 
252 
144 
92 


- 

664 


1,686 
447 
2,654 
1,273 
316 


1,722 
454 
2,633 
1,196 
306 


1,768 
429 
2,489 
1,640 


1,724 
406 
2,263 
1,513 
308 


1,527 
396 
1,985 
1,312 
252 


1,321 
324 
1,668 
1,208 
238 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


60,291 
69,527 
2,224 
4,715 
1,989 


1,052 
1,132 
105 
67 


119 
13 


10,032 
13,146 
379 
951 
392 


10,084 
12,659 
338 
837 
369 


10,241 
12,044 
409 
926 
343 


10,318 
11,805 
316 
737 
333 


9,770 
9,983 
332 
605 
289 


8,794 
8,639 
332 
592 
263 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


2,291 
10,872 
6,275 
3,044 


56 

144 
134 




402 
1,853 
1,177 

506 


396 
1,811 
1,076 

576 


384 
1,941 
1,125 

584 


386 
1,858 
984 
505 

.. 


356 
1,709 
932 
470 


311 
1,556 
847 
403 



TABLE 

10 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1972 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Administering Department 
Institution 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


2 ,955 


1 ,263 


15 


8 


780 


96 


32 


52 


98 


40 


46 


52 


44 


~ 


Department of Public Safety and Correction 






























Md. Correctional Institution 


109 


47 


~ 




_ 


4 


3 


5 


5 


3 


12 


15 


- 




Md. Correctional Institution for Women 


8 


4 


- 


- 


_ 












4 








Md. Correctional Camp System (6 locations) 


32 


18 






18 










- 




- 






Md. Correctional Training Center 


137 


93 






- 


7 


- 


- 


42 








44 




Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 






























Boys' Village of Maryland 


267 


21 


- 


- 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital 


8 


- 






- 


- 


















Crownsville State Hospital (Winterode) 


35 


9 






9 


- 


















Eastern Shore State Hospital 


26 


13 




~ 


13 


- 


















Henryton State Hospital 


10 




























Institute for Children (Rosewood) 


65 


65 




\ 


65 




_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Children's Centers 


106 


11 








11 


















Maryland Training School for Boys 


353 




























Montrose School for Girls 


210 


42 






42 




















Rosewood State Hospital 


488 


488 






488 




















Springfield State Hospital 


100 




























Spring Grove State Hospital 


58 


16 






16 




















Victor Cullen School 


175 


100 






100 




















Autonomous Institutions 






























Good Shepherd High School 


84 




























Maryland School for the Blind 


311 


195 


15 


8 


8 


74 


15 


18 


21 


17 


10 


9 






Maryland School for the Deaf 


339 


141 










14 


29 


30 


20 


20 


28 






Patuxent Institute 


33 





























TABLE 

10 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1972 



Administering Department 


Total 
Secondary 


Seco 


ndary Enrol laent 


by Grade 






Institution 


Ungraded 


- 




9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 




8 


Total State 


1 692 


723 


457 


79 


70 


88 


139 


79 




Department of Public Safety and Correction 




















Md , Correctional Institution 


62 


_ 




10 


7 


16 


1*+ 


Q 





Md • Correctional Institution for Women 


4 


_ 












A 




Md ■ Correctional Camp System (6 locations) 


14 


14 
















Md, Correctional Training Center 


44 












44 






Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 




















Boys' Village of Maryland 


246 


246 




- 


- 


- 


- 






Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital 


8 


8 




- 


- 


- 


- 






Crownsville State Hospital (Winterode) 


27 


27 












- 


- 


Eastern Shore State Hospital 


13 


13 












- 


- 


Henryton State Hospital 


10 


10 
















Institute for Children (Rosewood) 






_ 














Maryland Children's Centers 


95 




95 














>Iaryland Training School for Boys 


353 




353 














Montrose School for Girls 


168 


168 
















Rosewood State Hospital 




















Springfield State Hospital 


100 


100 
















Spring Grove State Hospital 


42 






21 


11 


5 


3 


2 




Victor Cullen School 


75 


75 
















Autonomous Institutions 




















Good Shepherd High School 


84 








5 


29 


32 


9 


9 


Maryland School for the Blind 


116 


29 


9 


7 


13 


9 


8 


17 


24 


Maryland School for the Deaf 


198 






41 


34 


29 


38 


31 


25 


Patuxent Institute 


33 


33 

















TABLE 

11 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 










Number of 


Pupils 










Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 
and/ or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


1 ? 1 


064 


90 


910 


10 


767 


4 


991 

7 7 J. 


75 


152 
i. _» 


31 


154 


558 


209 


239 


64 


46 


1 


45 


6,639 


Al legany 


1 


041 


1,475 




132 




87 


]^ 


256 




566 


9 


3 


5 


1 


. 






99 


Anne Arundel 


° 


852 


5 


073 




6 39 




328 




106 


1 

J- ) 


779 


32 


15 


10 


4 


3 


- 


3 


345 


Baltimore City 


30 


033 


21 


149 




249 


1 


133 


18 


767 


8, 


884 


116 


34 


58 


15 


9 




9 


1,674 


Baltimore 


25 


277 


18 


717 


2 


349 




901 


15 


467 


6. 


560 


107 


44 


40 


14 


9 




9 


1,535 


Calvert 




588 




479 








9 7 




^ -J L. 




109 


3 




2 




1 




1 


31 


Caroline 








98 












98 




3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 




1 


15 


Carroll 




281 




281 




_ 




_ 




281 






2 


- 


2 


- 




- 




11 


Cecil 


1 


692 




275 








217 


1 


058 




417 


9 


2 


4 


1 


2 




2 


97 


Charles 


1 


324 


1 


121 




81 




13 


1 


027 




203 


6 


2 


3 


1 








43 


Dorchester 


































_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


Frederick. 


I 


690 


1,427 




210 




77 


1 


140 




263 


14 


7 


4 


2 


1 


- 


1 


87 


Garrett 




























- 


- 










- 


Harford 


2 


254 




263 




145 




104 


1 


014 




991 


10 






\ 


1 




1 


122 


Howard 


2 


362 


2 


362 




459 




199 


1 


704 






21 


U 


10 










109 


Kent 




175 




175 








18 




157 






2 




2 










14 


Montgomery 


22 


346 


17 


184 


3 


007 




951 


13 


226 


5, 


162 


114 


48 


48 


9 


9 




9 


1,315 


Prince George ' s 


18 


578 


14 


570 


2 


271 




668 


11 


631 




008 


79 


33 


34 


10 


2 




2 


788 


Queen Anne ' s 




199 




71 












71 




128 


2 






1 


1 




1 


19 


St. Mary's 


2 


840 


1 


936 




36 




111 


1 


789 




904 


13 


3 


6 


2 


2 


1 


1 


132 


Somerset 










































Talbot 




841 




543 




34 




38 




471 




298 


3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


42 


Washington 


1 


810 


1 


081 




21 




60 


1 


000 




729 


10 


1 


3 


3 


3 




3 


107 


Wicomico 




504 




504 




134 




42 




32S 






4 


1 


3 










34 


Worces ter 




248 




126 








1^ 




104 




1^2 


1 








1 




1 


20 



"'School with prekindergar ten only are as follows: Anne Arundel, 9; Baltimore City, 17; Baltimore, 27; Charles, 1; Frederick, 3; Harford, 3; 
Howard, 7; Montgomery, 42; Prince George's, 24; Talbot, 1; Washington, 1; Wicomico, 1; total, 136. 



TABLE 

12 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 






Number of 


Schoo 1 s 








Total 
Number 
or 

Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 




Elemen 


tary 




Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
gar ten 

rwi 1 
Lmiy 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


83,965 


63,161 


228 


1,351 


61,582 


20,804 


205 


2 


157 




5 


1 




3,634 


Al legany 


1,900 


1, 334 


36 


42 


1,256 


566 


D 






1 

1 


- 


- 


- 


90 


Anne Arundel 


4, 345 


3,351 


- 


75 


3,276 


994 


7 


- 


5 


2 


- 


- 


- 


176 


Baltimore City 


23,990 


17, 119 


43 


459 


16,617 


6,871 


60 


- 


47 


13 


- 


- 


- 


1,099 


Bal timore 


16,669 


13, 353 


84 


235 


13,034 


3, 316 


37 


- 


30 


7 








716 


Calvert 


144 


144 






144 




1 


- 


1 


- 


- 






4 


Caro 1 ine 


129 


98 




- 


98 


31 


1 
1 








1 


- 


1 


]_5 


Carroll 


252 


252 


- 


- 


252 


- 


1 


- 


1 




- 


- 


- 


9 


Cecil 


683 


683 


- 


86 


597 


- 


4 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


Charles 


1, 230 


1,027 






1,027 


203 


4 


- 


3 


1 








39 


Dorchester 














- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


Frederick 


1, 343 


1,089 




7 


1,082 


254 


3 




•1 


9 

L 


- 


- 


- 


67 


Garrett 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 






- 


- 


- 




Harford 


1,544 


709 


- 


46 


663 


835 


4 


- 


3 


1 








81 


Howard 




1 AAQ 
1 , HO^ 




ZD 


i , HO J 




5 


- 


5 


- 








59 


Kent 














- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


Montgomery 


12,261 


9,356 




158 


9,198 


2,905 


28 




21 


5 


2 




2 


541 


Prince George' s 


13,881 


10,386 


65 


148 


10,173 


3,495 


29 


1 


22 


6 








534 


Queen Anne' s 






























St. Mary' s 


2,631 


1,809 




28 


1,781 


822 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




110 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


546 


248 






248 


298 


1 








1 




1 


20 


Washington 


671 


457 




18 


439 


214 


2 




1 


1 








32 


Wicomico 


257 


257 




23 


234 




1 




1 










12 


Worcester 































TABLE 

13 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 * 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
of 

Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
dary 


Secon 
tary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


th6r 

P 1 omPTi — 

i-i i. C^IllC li 

tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


38,099 


27,749 


10,539 


3,640 


13,570 


10,350 


353 


207 


82 


23 


41 


- 


41 




Al legany 


141 


141 


96 


45 


- 




3 


3 






- 


- 


- 


9 


Anne Arundel 


2,507 


1,722 


639 


253 


830 


785 


25 


15 


5 


2 


3 


- 


3 


1 HQ 


Baltimore City 


6 ,043 


4,030 


1 , 206 


674 


2 , 150 


2,013 


56 


34 


11 


2 


9 




9 


J / D 


Baltimore 


8,608 


5,364 


2,265 


666 


2,433 


3,244 


70 


44 


10 


7 


9 


_ 


9 




Cal ver t 


444 


335 


- 


27 


308 


109 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 




Caroline 






_ 


- 


- 












- 


- 


- 




Carrol 1 


29 


29 


- 


- 


29 




1 




1 




- 


- 


- 


z 


Ceci 1 


1,009 


592 




131 


461 


417 


5 


1 


1 


1 


2 




2 


A 7 


Charles 


94 


94 


81 


13 






2 


2 














Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Frederick 


347 


338 


210 


70 


58 


9 


9 


7 


1 




1 


- 


1 


20 


Garrett 






























Harford 


710 


554 


145 


58 


351 


156 


6 


4 


1 


- 


I 




1 


A 1 


Howard 


873 


873 


459 


173 


241 




16 


11 


5 










50 


Kent 


175 


175 




18 


157 




2 




2 










14 


Montgomery 


10,085 


7,828 


3,007 


793 


4,028 


2,257 


86 


48 


27 


4 


7 




7 


774 


Prince George ' s 


4,697 


4,184 


2,206 


520 


1,458 


513 


50 


32 


12 


4 


2 




2 


254 


Queen Anne' s 


199 


71 






71 


128 


2 






1 


1 




1 


19 


St. Mary's 


209 


127 


36 


83 


8 


82 


4 


3 






1 




1 


22 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


295 


295 


34 


38 


223 




2 


1 


1 










22 


Washington 


1,139 


624 


21 


42 


561 


515 


8 


1 


2 


2 


3 




3 


75 


Wicomico 


247 


247 


134 


19 


94 




3 


1 


2 










22 


Worcester 


248 


126 




17 


109 


122 


1 








1 




1 


20 



*Schools with prekindergar ten only are as follows: Anne Arundel, 9; Baltimore City, 17; Baltimore, 27; Charles, 1; Frederick, 3; Harford, 3; 
Howard, 7; Montgomery, 42; Prince George's, 24; Talbot, 1; Washington, 1; Wicomico, 1; total, 136. 



TABLE 

14 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 








Elementary Enrollment 


by Crad 


e 












Tota 1 
Ele- 
mentary 


kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Specia 1 


Other 


Total State 


122 ,064 


90 , 9 10 


10 , 767 


4 ,991 


953 


2 ,844 


8,554 


8 , 767 


9,354 


9,365 


9,494 


9,811 


8,197 


7,813 


Allegany 


2,041 


1,475 


132 


87 


- 


- 




179 


166 


175 


178 


189 


102 


105 


Anne Arundel 


6,852 


5,073 


639 


328 


5 


592 




422 


486 


514 


469 


466 


373 


368 


Baltimore City 


JO ,0Jj 


2 1 , 149 


1 ,249 


1 , 133 


393 


1,102 


2 005 


1 ,997 


2 , 180 


2 , 199 


2 ,276 


2 ,357 


2 , 168 


2 ,090 


Baltimore 


25 ,277 


18,717 


2 ,349 


901 


6 


1,115 


1 591 


1 ,707 


1 ,800 


1 ,844 


1,941 


2,062 


1,700 


1,701 


Calvert 


588 


479 




27 






63 


60 


70 


70 


62 


59 


41 


27 


Caroline 


129 


98 


_ 


_ 


98 


- 




. 




. 










Carro 1 1 


281 


281 


- 


- 


- 


- 


in 


39 


42 


40 


38 


35 


31 


26 


Cecil 


1 ,692 


1 ,275 




217 


- 


- 


10 1 


167 


147 


160 


148 


133 


75 


67 


Charles 


1 ,324 


1,121 


81 


13 






132 


128 


125 


130 


129 


133 


129 


121 


Dorchester 








" 


- 


- 




— 




~ 


- 


- 


- 




Frederick 


1,690 


1,427 


210 


77 


- 


- 




132 


152 


137 


165 


158 


159 


139 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




















Harford 


2 ,254 


1,263 


145 


104 






LJJ 


163 


166 


154 


148 


136 


56 


58 


Howard 


2 ,362 


2 ,362 


459 


199 


58 


12 


172 


203 


223 


210 


214 


220 


209 


183 


Kent 


175 


175 




18 






22 


19 


20 


20 


18 


20 


18 


20 


Montgomery 


22,346 


17,184 


3,007 


951 


329 


23 


1,628 


1,608 


1,701 


1,708 


1,743 


1,778 


1,416 


1,292 


Prince George's 


18,578 


14,570 


2,271 


668 


64 




1,447 


1,433 


1,533 


1,498 


1,414 


1,552 


1,386 


1,304 


Queen Anne ' s 


199 


71 










12 


14 


10 


15 


9 


11 






St. Mary's 


2,840 


1,936 


36 


111 






216 


227 


225 


233 


252 


240 


214 


182 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


841 


543 


34 


38 






75 


62 


77 


61 


85 


69 


22 


20 


Washington 


1,810 


1,081 


21 


60 






130 


140 


160 


141 


139 


136 


71 


83 


Wicomico 


504 


504 


134 


42 






49 


50 


52 


38 


47 


38 


27 


27 


Worcester 


248 


126 




17 






17 


17 


19 


18 


19 


19 







TABLE 

14 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


31,154 


368 




938 


1,782 


1,736 


7,187 


6,944 


6,290 


5,909 


Allegany 




- 










140 




i J I 


14z 


Anne Arundel 


1 "7 7Q 


9 






Loo 


J 






1 /■ A 




Baltimore City 


Q Q Q /, 


230 






Joy 




i , yuy 


1 Qn^ 


i , DO^; 


1 ^9*5 


Baltimore 


6,560 


25 






487 


492 


1,415 


1,402 


1,393 


1,346 


Calvert 


109 


- 






21 


21 


20 


15 


21 


11 


Caroline 


J i 


31 




- 














Carroll 




- 




- 














Ceci 1 


A 1 7 








/ u 




7ft 


7"^ 


7 1 




Charles 


203 












60 


52 


47 


44 


Dorchester 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 




- 






J 


9 


D i 


7ft 


/ J 


46 


Garrett 






















Harford 


991 








38 


30 


260 


242 


213 


208 


Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


5,162 


14 






345 


318 


1,178 


1,231 


1,094 


982 


Prince George's 


4,008 


59 






118 


123 


1,107 


998 


851 


752 


Queen Anne's 


128 








11 


21 


30 


37 


9 


20 


St. Mary's 


904 








29 


35 


249 


227 


193 


171 


Somerset 






















Talbot 


298 








48 


52 


64 


46 


45 


43 


Washington 


729 








70 


68 


187 


164 


128 


112 


Wicomico 






















Worcester 


122 








37 


23 


16 


17 


19 


10 



TABLE 

15 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary Enrollment by Grade 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


K' d 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Specia 1 


Other 


Total State 


83,965 


63, 161 


228 


1 ,351 


555 


2,771 


6,265 


6,631 


7,252 


7,369 


7,584 


7,905 


7,803 


7,447 


Allegany 


1,900 


1,334 


36 


42 






162 


179 


166 


175 


178 


189 


102 


105 


Anne Arundel 


4,345 


3,351 




75 






246 


282 


357 


362 


344 


352 


373 


368 


Baltimore City 


23,990 


17,119 


43 


459 


346 


1,064 


1,642 


1,672 


1,851 


1,854 


1,926 


2 ,004 


2,168 


2,090 


Baltimore 


16,669 


13,353 


84 


235 


- 


1,115 


1,204 


1,297 


1,395 


1,455 


1,581 


1,668 


1,662 


1,657 


Calvert 


144 


144 










17 


16 


17 


21 


21 


17 


21 


14 


Caroline 


129 


98 


_ 




98 




_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


252 


252 


_ 


_ 






28 


36 


38 


34 


32 


33 


29 


22 


Cecil 


683 


683 


_ 


86 


_ 




76 


93 


81 


86 


75 


56 


68 


62 


Charles 


1,230 


1,027 


- 




- 


- 


132 


128 


125 


130 


129 


133 


129 


121 


Dorchester 




** 


- 


~ 




— 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,343 


1,089 




7 






93 


122 


147 


130 


154 


151 


153 


132 


Garrett 






- 
























Harford 


1 ,544 


709 


- 


46 






86 


103 


110 


108 


92 


88 


34 


42 


Howard 


1,489 


1,489 




26 






146 


178 


200 


185 


198 


202 


188 


166 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


12,261 


9,356 




158 


111 




934 


994 


1.093 


1,180 


1,229 


1,274 


1,247 


1,134 


Prince George's 


13,881 


10,386 


65 


148 






1,163 


1,186 


1,311 


1,293 


1,243 


1,378 


1,337 


1,262 


Queen Anne ' s 






























St. Mary's 


2,631 


1,809 




28 






216 


227 


225 


233 


249 


235 


214 


182 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


546 


248 










38 


32 


43 


41 


46 


48 






Washington 


671 


457 




18 






54 


53 


56 


56 


50 


49 


57 


64 


Wicomico 


257 


257 




23 






28 


33 


35 


26 


37 


28 


21 


26 


Worcester 































TABLE 

15 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Secondary Enrollment by Grade 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


\ I 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


20,804 


216 


922 


183 




164 


5,256 


5,103 


4,601 


4,359 


Allegany 


566 


- 


- 


- 






140 


153 


131 


142 


Anne Arundel 


994 
















o o 


238 


Baltimore City 


6,871 


185 


922 


_ 






1 A /. 


I , jUm- 




i , 34 / 


Bait imore 


3,316 






29 




20 


842 


819 


821 


785 


Calvert 




- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


31 


31 


- 


- 














Carroll 


- 




















Cecil 


- 






_ 














Charles 


203 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


60 


52 


47 


44 


Dorchester 




- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


254 


- 


- 








J V 


76 


73 


46 


Garrett 


- 




















Harford 


835 












111 


218 


196 


194 


Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


2,905 






82 




69 


769 


751 


657 


577 


Prince George's 


3,495 












1,004 


956 


808 


727 


Queen Anne's 






















St, Mary's 


822 






24 




23 


230 


206 


181 


158 


Somerset 






















Talbot 


2 98 






48 




52 


64 


46 


45 


43 


Washington 


214 












53 


52 


51 


58 


Wicomico 






















Worcester 























TABLE 

16 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


38,099 


27,749 


10,539 


3,640 


398 


73 


2,289 


2,136 


2,102 


1,996 


1,910 


1,906 


394 


366 


A 1 Isgsny 


141 


141 


96 


45 


- 


- 


















Ahhg AnindGl 




1 722 


639 


253 


5 


- 


1 ft^ 








1 9S 


1 1A 






Bsltiinore City 




Zt n?n 

t , U JU 


1 , ^ uo 


674 


47 


38 


JO J 


19"; 






JD\J 


Jj J 








8 608 


5 364 


2 265 


666 


6 










'IRQ 






"id 

JO 


hf. 


Calvert 


444 


335 




27 




- 


46 


44 


53 


49 


41 


42 


20 


13 


Caro line 










- 


- 


















Car ro 1 1 


£. y 


29 






- 


- 


2 


•% 
J 




f. 

u 


£ 
w 


2 


£. 




Ceci 1 


1 009 


592 




131 






85 


74 


66 


74 


73 


77 


7 




Charles 


94 


94 


81 


13 






















Dorchester 










- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Fredenclc 






9 1 n 


70 


- 


- 


J 


LU 






L L 


7 


£ 

u 


7 


Garret t 










- 


- 


















ilar f ord 






L~rD 


DO 






LI 


fin 


jO 


-+0 


'if, 
DO 




99 


1 A 
ID 


Howard 


873 


873 


459 


173 


58 


12 


26 


25 


23 


25 


16 


18 


21 


17 


Kent 


175 


175 




18 






22 


19 


20 


20 


18 


20 


18 


20 


Montgomery 


10,085 


7,828 


3,007 


793 


218 


23 


694 


614 


606 


528 


514 


504 


169 


158 


Prince George's 


4,697 


4.184 


2,206 


520 


64 




284 


247 


222 


205 


171 


174 


49 


42 


Queen Anne ' s 


199 


71 










12 


14 


10 


15 


9 


11 






St. Mary's 


209 


127 


36 


83 














3 


5 






Somerset 






























Talbot 


295 


295 


34 


38 






37 


30 


34 


20 


39 


21 


22 


20 


Washington 


1,139 


624 


21 


42 






76 


87 


104 


85 


89 


87 


14 


19 


Wicomico 


247 


247 


134 


19 






21 


17 


17 


12 


10 


10 


6 


1 


Worcester 


248 


126 




17 






17 


17 


19 


18 


19 


19 







TABLE 

16 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1972 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Locai unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


10,350 


152 


16 


1,599 


1,572 


1,931 


1,841 


1,689 


1,550 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




Anne Arundel 


785 


9 




136 


143 


149 


134 


1 18 


96 


Bait imore City 


2 ,013 




1 o 


369 


348 


365 


30 1 






Baltimore 


3,244 


25 




458 


472 


573 


583 


572 


561 


Calvert 


109 


- 


- 


21 


21 


20 


15 


21 


11 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 




~ 


~ 


" 






Carroll 


- 


- 


- 














Cecil 


417 






/u 






71 


7 1 
/ i 


U J 


Charles 




_ 


_ 














Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


9 


- 


- 


3 


2 


o 
z 


Z 






Garrett 




















Harford 


156 






38 


30 


33 


24 


17 


14 


Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


2,257 


14 




263 


249 


409 


480 


437 


405 


Prince George's 


513 


59 




118 


123 


103 


42 


43 


25 


Queen Anne ' s 


128 






11 


21 


30 


37 


9 


20 


St. Mary's 


82 






5 


12 


19 


21 


12 


13 


Somerset 




















Talbot 




















Washington 


515 






70 


68 


134 


112 


77 


54 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 


122 






37 


23 


16 


17 


19 


10 



TABLE 

17 

Total Number of Maryland Children in Special Education Programs: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 






Maryland Public 


School s 




r " ■ 

Private 
Placement 
Programs 


Self-Contained 


Resource* 




Hearing Impaired 
(Special Project) 


Home and Hospital 


Total State 


46,030 


24,674 


11,980 


H , LUU 




81 


3,093 


2, 102 


Allegany 


431 


299 


51 


- 




- 


76 


5 


Anne Arundel 


2,568 


1,274 


918 


200 






96 


80 


Baltimore City 


13,245 


10,912 


755 


800 




- 


248 


530 


Bal timore 


5,564 


2,823 


1,716 


400 




- 


425 


200 


Calvert 


276 


218 








14 


42 


2 


Caroline 


317 


153 


130 


- 




- 


31 


3 


Carroll 


1,099 


244 


734 


- 






107 


14 


Cecil 


734 


125 


514 


- 




- 


86 


9 


Charles 


1,593 


188 


732 


600 




- 


57 


16 


Dorchester 


322 


43 


252 






- 


16 


11 


Frederick 


913 


194 


469 


200 






44 


6 


Garrett 


159 


128 


10 


- 






21 




Harford 


1,092 


564 


317 


- 






200 


11 


Howard 


1,389 


286 


558 


400 




19 


72 


54 


Kent 


537 


53 


242 


200 






39 


3 


Montgomery 


5,289 


2,664 


1,110 






8 


800 


707 


Prince George's 


?^6,995 


3,194 


1,914 


1,000 




12 


452 


423 


Queen Anne' s 


421 


136 


196 






18 


70 


1 


St. Mary's 


531 


271 


210 








50 




Somerset 


70 


44 








10 


11 


5 


Talbot 


293 


132 


144 








13 


4 


Washington 


1,140 


456 


556 








123 


5 


Wicomico 


787 


236 


232 


300 






12 




Worces ter 


265 


37 


220 













*Programs for special education pupils who receive their basic education in classrooms with regular pupils. 
/Programs designed to maintain children who have special needs. 
^Data for Prince George's are as of 1971-72. 



Number of Schools, 



Classes, and Enrollment in Self-Contained Programs for Handicapped Children: 
Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



TABLE 

18 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 




Secondary 






ocnoois wi tn 
Special 
Classes* 


Number of 
Classes 


Enrol Iment 


ocnoois with 
Spec la 1 
Classes 


Number of 
Classes 


Enrollment 


Schools with 
Special 
Classes 


Number of 
Classes 


Enrollment 


Total State 


784 


2,022 


24 


674 


554 


1,173 


12 


,210 


263 


849 


12 


464 


Al legany 


16 


28 




299 


12 


22 




189 


4 


6 




110 


Anne Arundel 


70 


116 


1 


274 


51 


48 




420 


19 


68 




854 


Baltimore City 


183 


741 


10 


912 


134 


379 


4 


,666 


54 


362 


6 


246 


Bal timore 


109 


255 


2 


823 


72 


162 


1 


,604 


40 


93 


1 


219 


Calvert 


7 


20 




218 


5 


15 




141 


3 


5 




77 


Caroline 


7 


9 




153 


6 


7 




127 


1 


2 




26 


Carroll 


8 


21 




244 


8 


14 




170 


2 


7 




74 


Cecil 


7 


9 




125 


5 


5 




68 


4 


4 




57 


Charles 


13 


17 




188 


12 


14 




148 


2 


3 




40 


Dorchester 


2 


4 




43 


2 


2 




27 


2 


2 




16 


Frederick 


k 


19 




194 


4 


15 




117 


3 


4 




77 


Garrett 


5 


11 




128 


3 


6 




59 


2 


5 




69 


Harford 


27 


46 




564 


21 


29 




295 


9 


17 




269 


Howard 


17 


26 




286 


8 


15 




142 


9 


11 




144 


Kent 


5 


5 




53 


4 


3 




27 


2 


2 




26 


Montgomery 


105 


246 


2 


664 


68 


150 


1 


,412 


40 


96 




252 


Prince George's/ 


138 


350 


3 


194 


95 


231 


1 


,901 


44 


119 




293 


Queen Anne' s 


4 


9 




136 


3 


6 




83 


2 


3 




53 


St, Mary's 


10 


23 




271 


6 


11 




97 


6 


12 




174 


Somerset 


2 


3 




44 


2 


2 




32 


1 


1 




12 


Talbot ■ 


9 


10 




132 


5 


6 




68 


4 


4 




64 


Washington 


21 


32 




456 


16 


20 




302 


6 


12 




154 


Wicomico 


14 


18 




236 


11 


9 




101 


3 


9 




135 


Worcester 


1 


4 




37 


1 


2 




14 


1 


2 




23 



*Where totals do not agree with individual columns, combined schools are involved. 
/Data for Prince George's are as of 1971-72. 



TABLE 

19 

Self-contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Lo c a 1 Unit 


Grand Total 


Mildly Retarded 
(Educable) 


Severely Handicapped 


Tot 


al 


Moderately Retarded 
(Trainable) 


Physical b 

Or thopedic 
Impairments 


i sabi 1 i tie : 

Blind or 
Partially Sighted 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Total State 


2,022 


24,674 


932 


14,309 


1,090 


10 , 365 


349 


3,263 




500 


- 


- 


Allegany 


£.0 








15 


119 


c 
J 












Anne Arundel 


116 


1,274 


50 


712 


66 


562 


35 


319 


5 


42 


_ 


_ 


Baltimore City 


741 


10,912 


553 


9,171 


188 


1,741 


93 


868 


15 


118 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


255 


2,823 


121 


1,506 


134 


1,317 


33 


297 


16 


123 


- 


- 


Calvert 


20 


218 


6 


84 


14 


134 


6 


53 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caro 1 ine 


9 


153 


6 


120 


3 


33 


3 


33 










Carroll 


21 


244 


4 


54 


17 


190 


11 


82 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


9 


125 


3 


51 


6 


74 


4 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


17 


188 


12 


146 


5 


42 


5 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


4 


43 


1 


14 


3 


29 


3 


29 


- 


- 




- 


Frederick 


19 


194 


3 


43 


16 


151 


10 


83 


1 


11 






Garrett 


11 


128 


4 


71 


7 


57 


5 


37 










Harford 


46 


564 


30 


394 


16 


170 


11 


117 


1 


13 






Howard 


26 


286 


16 


199 




O / 


4 


36 










Kent 


5 


53 


1 


20 


4 


33 


2 


13 










Montgomery 


246 


2,664 


41 


458 


205 


2,206 


36 


334 


6 


48 






Prince George's* 


350 


3,194 


23 


277 


327 


2,917 


49 


496 


17 


125 






Queen Anne ' s 


9 


136 


8 


123 


1 


13 


1 


13 










St. Mary's 


23 


271 


10 


146 


13 


125 


8 


83 










Somerset 


3 


44 


1 


15 


2 


29 


2 


29 










Talbot 


10 


132 


7 


97 


3 


35 


2 


22 










Washington 


32 


456 


5 


225 


27 


231 


17 


151 


3 


20 






Wicomico 


18 


236 


14 


203 


4 


33 


4 


33 










Worcester 


4 


37 






4 


37 















*Data for Prince George's are as of 1971-72. 



TABLE 

19 

Self-Contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Severely Handicapped (continued) 





Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicaps 


Local Unit 


Hearing 


Language 


Emotionally 


Specific Learning 


Multiple 


Other 




Impaired 


Impaired 


Handicapped 


Disability 


Handicapped 






No. of 


Enrol 1- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enrol 1- 


No. of 


Enrol 1- 


No. of 


Enrol 1- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


85 


578 


27 


241 


68 


818 


444 


4, 369 


52 


588 


1 


8 


Allegany 






- 




- 




10 


80 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 




DJ 


2 


nr\ 
lU 


1 1 


OO 


3 


JU 










Baltimore City 


22 


Id's 


6 


40 


20 


O A 1 


24 


Z4U 


7 
/ 


58 


1 


Q 
O 


Bal timore 


13 


88 


1 3 


132 




" 


40 


417 


19 


260 






Calvert 










1 


7 


7 


74 










Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 














5 


82 


1 


26 






Cecil 














2 


20 










Charles 


























Dorchester 


























Frederick 










4 


36 






1 


21 






Garrett 














2 


20 
























4 


40 










Howard 






4 


31 






1 


10 


1 


10 






Kent 














2 


20 










Montgomery 


14 


104 


2 


18 


31 


439 


100 


1,113 


16 


150 






Prince George' s 


25 


146 










236 


2,150 










Queen Anne ' s 


























St. Mary's 










1 


9 


3 


23 


1 


10 






Somerset 


























Talbot 














1 


13 










Washing ton 


1 


7 














6 


53 






Wicomico 


























Worcester 














4 


37 











TABLE 

20 

Self-contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Grand 


To ta 1 


Mildly Retarded 
(Educable) 








.everely Handicapped 




Total 


Moderately Retarded 

(Trainable ) 


Physical Disabilities 


Or thopedic 
Impairments 


Blind or 
Partially Sighted 




r 1 a c c o c 


Enro 11- 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
rr.ent 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Total State 


1,173 


12,210 




^ Q 
J , D70 


/ Jo 


b , i z 


TIT 

21 / 


1 , 909 


5 1 


390 






Al legany 


22 


189 


1 


70 


15 


119 


5 


39 


_ 




_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


48 


420 


11 


135 


37 


285 


19 


147 


4 


32 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


379 


4,666 




J 1 '♦OU 




1 f ZUO 








O i 






Baltimore 


162 


1,604 




/Uz 


7-5 




li 


1 Q O 


11 








Calvert 


15 


141 


A 
H 




1 1 
i 1 


Q ^ 


C 
J 


Hi 










Caroline 


7 


127 


6 


120 


1 


1 


1 


7 










Carroll 


14 


170 


3 


40 


11 


130 


5 


39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


5 


68 


1 


15 


4 


J J 


2 


33 










Charles 


14 


148 


ii 


126 


3 


22 


3 


22 










Dorchester 


2 


27 


i 


14 


1 


13 


1 


13 










Frederick 


1^5 


117 


1 


15 


14 


102 


8 


43 


1 


9 






Garrett 


6 


59 


1 


15 


5 


44 


3 


24 










Harford 


29 


295 


19 


188 


10 


107 


5 


54 


1 


13 






Howard 


15 


142 


5 


55 


10 


87 


4 


36 










Kent 


3 


27 






3 


27 


1 


7 










Montgomery 


150 


1,412 


28 


287 


122 


1,125 


26 


218 


5 


35 






Prince George's* 


231 


1,901 






231 


1,901 


26 


240 


16 


116 






Queen Anne ' s 


6 


83 


5 


73 


1 


10 


1 


10 










St. Mary's 


11 


97 


4 


39 


7 


58 


4 


35 










Somerset 


2 


32 


1 


15 


1 


17 


1 


17 










Talbot 


6 


68 


5 


58 


1 


10 


1 


10 










Washington 


20 


302 


1 


147 


19 


155 


11 


93 


3 


20 






Wicomico 


9 


101 


6 


78 


3 


23 


3 


23 










Worces ter 


2 


14 


- 






1 















*Data for Prince George's are as of 1971-72. 



TABLE 

20 

Self-Contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1972-73 



Severely Handicapped (continued) 



T 1^ a 1 T Tn t t" 


Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicapps 


Hearing 
Impaired 


Language 
Impaired 


Emotionally 
Handicapped 


Specific Learning 
Disability 


Multiple 
Handicapped 


Other 


No. of 

Classes 


Enro 11" 
men t 


No. of 

Classes 


Enro 11- 
men t 


No . of 
Classes 


Enro 11- 
men t 


No . of 

CI asses 


Enro 11- 
men t 


No. of 

Classes 


Enro 11" 
men t 


No . of 
Classes 


Enro 11" 


Total State 


69 


462 


27 


236 


34 


344 


320 


2,917 


19 


246 


1 


8 


Al legany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


80 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


9 


56 


2 


20 


7 


77 


3 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


19 


142 


6 


40 


- 


- 


24 


240 


7 


58 


1 


8 


Da L L. XLILtJ L C 


9 


60 


13 


127 


1 




32 


313 


5 


120 


- 


- 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


82 


1 


9 


- 


- 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


^ 11a L J. c b 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


























Frederick. 










4 


36 






1 


14 






Garrett 














2 


20 










Harford 














4 


40 










Howard 






4 


31 






1 


10 


1 


10 






Kent 














2 


20 










Montgomery 


12 


91 


2 


18 


22 


224 


55 


539 










Prince George's 


19 


106 










170 


1,439 










Queen Anne' s 


























St. Mary's 














3 


23 










Somerset 


























Talbot 


























Washington 


1 


7 














4 


35 






Wicomico 


























Worcester 














2 


14 











TABLE 

21 

Self-contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Mildly Retarded 

(Educable) 


Severely Handicapped 






!'.odera te ly Retarded 
(Trainable ) 


Physica . : : 


■i-ili tie 






Orthopedic 
Impairments 


Blind or 
Partially Sighted 


No. of 

Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


No . of 

Classes 


Enroll- 


No. of 

Classe s 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Total State 


849 


12,464 


497 


8,611 




A S ^ 
J , J ^ 


1 


1,35-* 






- 


- 


Allegany 


6 


110 


6 


110 


- 


- 














Anne Arundel 


68 


854 


39 


577 


29 


277 


16 


172 


1 


10 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


362 


6,246 


307 


5,711 


55 


535 


34 


308 


5 


37 


- 


- 


Bal timore 


93 


1,219 


52 


804 


41 


415 


10 


99 


5 


39 


- 


- 


Calvert 


5 


77 


2 


38 


■J 




1 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


2 


26 






2 


26 


2 


26 










Carroll 


7 


74 


1 


14 


6 


60 


6 


43 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


4 


57 


2 


36 


2 


21 


2 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


3 


40 


1 


20 


2 


20 


2 


20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorches ter 


2 


16 


- 


- 


T 
Z 




2 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


4 


77 


2 


23 


2 


49 


2 


40 




2 






Garrett 


5 


69 


3 


56 


2 


13 


2 


13 










Harford 


17 


269 


11 


206 


6 


63 


6 


63 










Howard 


11 


144 


11 


144 


















Kent 


2 


26 


1 


20 


1 


6 


1 


6 










Montgomery 


96 


1,252 


13 


171 


83 


1,081 


10 


116 


1 


13 






Prince George's* 


119 


1,293 


23 


277 


96 


1,016 


23 


256 


1 


9 






Queen Anne ' s 


3 


53 


3 


50 




3 




3 










St. Mary's 


12 


174 


6 


107 


6 


67 


4 


48 










Somerset 


1 


12 






1 


12 


1 


12 










Talbot 


4 


64 


2 


39 


2 


25 


1 


12 










Washington 


12 


154 


4 


73 


3 


76 


6 


53 










Wicomico 


9 


135 


8 


125 


1 


10 


1 


10 










Worcester 


2 


23 






2 


23 















*Data for Prince George's are as of 1971-72. 



TABLE 

21 

Self-Contained Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1972-73 



Severely Handicapped (continued) 





Communicative Disorders 


Additional Handicaps 


Local Unit 


Hearing 


Language 


Emotionally 


Specific 


Learning 


Multiple 


Other 




Impaired 


Impaired 


Handicapped 


Disability 


Handicapped 






No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


16 


116 




5 


34 


474 


124 


1 , 452 


33 


342 






Al legany 






- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1 


9 






11 


86 














Baltimore City 


3 


26 






13 


164 














Baltimore 




28 




5 






8 


104 


14 


140 






Calvert 














2 


27 










Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Carroll 


























Cecil 


























Charles 


























Dorchester 


I 


'_ 






I 








I 






'_ 


Frederick 




















7 






Garrett 


























na r I o r u 


























Howard 


























Kent 


























Montgomery 


2 


13 






9 


215 


45 


574 


16 


150 






Prince George ' s 


6 


40 










66 


711 










Queen Anne ' s 


























St. Mary's 










1 


9 






1 


10 






Somerset 


























Talbot 














1 


13 










Washington 


















2 


18 






Wicomico 


























Worcester 














2 


23 











TABLE 

22 

Severely Handicapped Children in Private Placement Programs Outside of Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 







Mental Retardation* 


Physical Disabilities 


Conmunicative Disorders 


Additional Handicapped 






Mildly 


Moderately 


Or thopedic 


Blind or 


Hearing 


Language 


Emo tional ly 


Specific 


Multiple 




Local Unit 


Total 


Re tarded 


Re tarded 


Partially 


Learning 


Oth» 






( Educable ) 


(Trainable) 


Impairments 


Sighted 


Impaired 


Impaired 


Handicapped 


Di sabi 1 i ty 


Handicapped 


Total State 


2,102 


49 


539 


126 


17 


44 


146 


680 


264 


164 




Allegany 


5 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


• 


Anne Arundel 


80 


12 


3 


5 


- 


1 


3 


41 


9 


5 


J 


Baltimore City 


530 


- 


290 


4 


- 


16 


25 


107 


55 


6 


21 


Baltimore 


200 


9 


12 


22 


1 


9 


7 


92 


10 


7 


31 


Calvert 


2 






\ 








1 








Caroline 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


14 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


4 


5 


2 


- 


Cecil 


9 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


Charles 


16 




1 


2 




- 




1 


8 


1 




Dorchester 


11 


3 












2 




2 




Frederick 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


1 


Garrett 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


11 




3 


1 


- 






5 




2 


- 


Howard 


54 


/ 





/ 








LI 




L 




Kent 


3 






1 








2 








Montgomery 


707 


3 


98 


50 


11 


5 


98 


202 


135 


104 


1 


Prince George' s 


423 




117 


32 


5 


1.0 


9 


187 


36 


27 




Queen Anne' s 


1 




1 


















St. Mary's 
























Somerset 


5 


1 


3 
















1 


Talbot 


4 














1 


1 


2 




Washington 


5 


1 












4 








Wicomico 


7 


3 


3 














1 




Worcester 


6 














2 






4 



*In each case these children have additional mental and/or physical handicaps. 



s 



II 



TABLE 

23 

Speech and Hearing Therapy Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Therapists 


Total 
Pupils"" 


Number c 
on Wait] 


)f Pupils 


Number 


of Pupils 


Served in School Year 


Lng List 


Screened 


Received Therapy 


Total State 


368 


920 


896 


14 


812 


118 


124 


29 


794 


Allegany 


2 


17 


273 




32 




210 




105 


Anne Arundel 


32 


77 


081 


1 


278 


17 


043 


2 


775 


Baltimore City 


56 


186 


600 


4 


681 


16 


142 


4 


198 


Bal timore 


71 


131 


969 


1 


367 


13 


265 


4 


331 


Calvert 


2 


6 


287 




118 




800 




167 


Caroline 


1 


5 


345 




30 




300 




96 


Carroll 


8 


17 


947 




304 


2 


492 




780 


Cecil 


4 


12 


478 




149 


1 


499 




380 


Charles 


6 


15 


674 




215 


2 


945 




624 


Dorchester 


3 




373 




100 


1 


361 




293 


Frederick 


9 


21 


472 




344 


1 


382 




997 


Garrett 


2 


5 


794 




15 




315 




214 


Harford 


7 


32 


418 




563 


3 


686 




598 


Howard 


8 


20 


429 




275 




801 




655 


Kent 


1 


3 


880 




35 




297 




80 


Montgomery 


58 


126 


912 


1 


637 


21 


358 


4 


735 


Prince George' s 


80 


161 


965 


2 


937 


24 


990 


6 


944 


Queen Anne' s 


1 




717 




110 




507 




103 


St. Mary's 


it 




792 




344 


3 


202 




522 


Somerset 


1 




508 




49 




64 




88 


Talbot 


3 




991 






1 


119 




240 


Washington 


3 


24 


016 




66 




816 




352 


Wicomico 


4 


14 


386 




110 


1 


927 




426 


Worcester 


2 


6 


589 




53 


1 


603 




91 



*Enrollment in Grades Prek.-12 as of September 30, 1972. 



TABLE 

24 

Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



■ "' ' 








Number of Pupils Who 


deceived Therapy 








Local Unit 


Total 


Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Ar ticu- 


Hear ing 


Cerebral 


Other 




Pupils''' 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Palsy 


Total State 


920,896 


29 , 794 


1 , 326 


211 


354 


6,249 


19,182 


1,039 


113 


1, 320 


Al legany 


17,273 


105 


1 




2 


2 


97 




1 


2 


Anne Arundel 


77,081 


2,775 


140 


20 


30 


560 


1,822 


74 


8 


121 


Baltimore City 


186, 600 


4, 198 


325 


27 


22 


775 


2, 742 


231 


48 


28 


Ba 1 timore 


131,969 


4, 331 


164 


37 


70 


1,088 


2,614 


124 


13 


221 


Calver t 


6, 287 


167 


16 


1 


- 


19 


125 


6 






Caroline 


5,345 


96 


5 


2 


4 


5 


76 


2 




2 


Carroll 


17 ,947 


780 


14 


4 


5 


64 


668 


15 


3 


7 


Cecil 


12,478 


380 


13 


8 


3 


59 


286 


3 




3 


Char 1 e s 


15,674 


624 


19 


6 


13 


91 


479 


14 




2 


Do r che s ter 


6, 373 


293 


15 


2 


2 


36 


233 


5 






Frederick 


21,472 


997 


24 


6 


7 


157 


768 


24 


8 


3 


Garre 1 1 


5 , 794 


214 


5 


(, 


1 


48 


151 


3 






Harford 


32,418 


598 


14 


7 


4 


109 


418 


11 


2 


33 


liKj Wd L u 


20 , 429 


655 


23 


3 


10 


138 


430 


10 




41 


Kent 


3,880 


80 


6 


1 




7 


65 




_ 


1 


Montgomery 


126,912 


4,735 


136 


27 


106 


1,584 


2,406 


277 


6 


193 


Prince George' s 


161,965 


6,944 


300 


41 


66 


1,303 


4,350 


219 


13 


647 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,717 


103 


4 






1 


98 








St. Mary's 


11,792 


522 


23 


9 


1 


55 


422 


2 


7 


3 


Somerset 


4,508 


88 


6 






1 


81 








Talbot 


4,991 


240 


23 


1 


3 


35 


173 


4 


1 




Washington 


24,016 


352 


10 


1 


3 


60 


276 


2 






Wicomico 


14,386 


426 


29 


1 




27 


360 


6 


3 




Worcester 


6,589 


91 


11 


1 


2 


20 


42 


7 




8 



•'Enrollment in Grades Prek-12 as of September 30, 1972. 



TABLE 

25 

Number of Prekindergar ten and Kindergarten Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Loc^l Unit 


Total 
Pupil S" 






Number 


of Pupils Who Received 


Therapy 








Grand 

To ta 1 


S tu t ter- 
ing 


r 1 £3 f ^ 
Lier t 

Palate 


Voice 
Problem 


De layed 
Language 


Ar ticu- 
1 a t ion 


Hearing 


Cerebral 
Pa 1 sy 


Other 


Total State 


bl 




2,886 


56 


14 


22 


1,001 


1,603 


64 


4 


122 


Allegany 


1 


065 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


4 


997 


199 


5 


1 


2 


79 


101 


4 


- 




Baltimore City 


i J 


DO J 


352 


6 


1 


4 


169 


164 


6 


1 


; 


Baltimore 


Q 
O 


IZ/ 


372 


3 


4 


4 


111 


238 


5 


- 


7 


Calvert 




/, 1 7 

hl / 


10 


- 


- 




1 


8 


1 


- 


- 


Caroline 




307 


13 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


1 


239 


112 


- 


- 


- 


18 


92 


2 


- 


- 


Cecil 






- 


- 


- 






- 


_ 




- 


Charles 


i 




63 


- 


I 


2 


10 


49 


- 


- 


1 


Dorchester 




329 


7 


- 


1 




5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1 


382 


182 


1 


. 


- 


48 


130 


3 






Garrett 




362 


27 


- 


1 


- 


11 


13 


2 


- 


- 


Harford 


2 


265 


17 


- 


- 




6 


11 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


1 


486 


73 


3 


1 




14 


48 


1 


- 


6 


Kent 




232 




















Montgomery 


9 


008 


506 


10 


2 


7 


260 


199 


24 


1 


3 


Prince George ' s 


11 


684 


804 


17 


1 


1 


223 


451 


15 




96 


Queen Anne' s 




258 


3 










3 








St. Mary's 




917 


21 








7 


14 








Somerset 




281 


1 


1 
















Talbot 




275 


26 


8 






9 


9 








Washington 


1 


,803 


69 


2 




1 


14 


52 








Wicomico 




949 


16 








10 


3 


1 


2 




Worcester 




424 


. 10 




1 




3 


5 






1 



*Enrollment in prekindergar ten and kindergarten as of September 30, 1972. 



TABLE 

26 

Number of Pupils in Primary Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pupils* 


Grand 
Total 


Stutter- 
ing 


Cleft 
Palate 


Voice 
Problem 


Delayed 
Language 


Articu- 
lation 


Hearing 


Cerebral 
Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


210 , 657 


15 , 693 


482 


83 


141 


2,925 


11,085 


395 


49 


533 


Allegany 


3,739 


53 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


50 


_ 


_ 


1 


Anne Arundel 


17,904 


1,349 


53 


7 


9 


268 


937 


14 


1 


60 


Baltimore City 


44,152 


2,153 


93 


9 


8 


342 


1,575 


79 


38 


9 


Bal timore 


27,143 


2,066 


53 


17 


23 


478 


1,380 


28 




87 


Calver t 


1,508 


124 


10 


1 




14 


96 


3 






Caroline 


1,211 


67 


2 


1 


3 


1 


57 


2 


. 


1 


Carroll 


4,096 


546 


6 


_ 


5 


40 


482 


9 


2 


2 


Cecil 


3,215 


270 


9 


2 


3 


51 


198 


1 




6 


Charles 


3,941 


355 


4 


1 


4 


45 


293 


8 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


1 , 504 


201 


3 






17 


177 


4 






Frederick 


5,063 


627 


14 


4 


2 


75 


515 


15 


2 


_ 


Garrett 


1,384 


103 


2 


1 


_ 


26 


73 


1 




_ 


Harford 


7,907 


393 


12 


3 


2 


92 


254 


6 


2 


22 


Howard 


4,652 


428 


12 


1 


6 


88 


310 


4 




7 


Kent 


818 


68 


6 


1 




7 


53 






1 


Montgomery 


26,920 


2,163 


45 


15 


41 


802 


1, 115 


135 


1 


9 


Prince George ' s 


38,755 


3,587 


113 


16 


29 


460 


2,569 


75 


2 


323 


Queen Anne' s 


1,074 


66 


1 








65 








St. Mary's 


3,098 


338 


10 


3 


1 


32 


291 




1 




Somerset 


1,037 


42 








1 


41 








Talbot 


1,177 


167 


11 




2 


25 


126 


3 






Washington 


5,371 


202 


8 


1 


1 


28 


162 


2 






Wicomico 


3,510 


275 


11 






15 


246 


3 






Worcester 


1,478 


50 


3 




2 


17 


20 


3 




5 



^'Enrollment in Grades 1-3 as of September 30, 1972, including an estimate of the number of pupils in ungraded primary organizations. 



TABLE 

27 

Number of Pupils in Intermediate Grades Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 











Number 


of Pupils Who Received Therapy 








Local Unit 


Total 


Grand 


S tu tter- 


Cleft 


Vo ice 


Delayed 


Ar 1 1 cu - 


Hearing 


C 6 r 6 br3 1 


Voice 




Pupils* 


Total 


J- life 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Pel 1 sy 


Total State 


220,931 


6,771 


454 


74 


144 


658 


4,899 


279 


12 


251 


Allegany 


3,970 


37 


- 


- 


2 


- 


34 


- 


- 


1 


Anne Arundel 


18,358 


676 


36 


7 


11 


58 


538 


13 


1 


12 


Baltimore City 


45,550 


805 


95 


8 


4 


74 


556 


61 


1 


6 


Bal timore 


30,547 


1,000 


48 


10 


28 


150 


670 


14 


3 


77 


Calvert 


1,435 


26 


4 


- 




2 


18 


2 


- 


- 


Caroline 


1,291 


16 


3 


1 


- 


1 


10 


- 


- 


1 


Carroll 


4,330 


106 


6 


4 


- 


4 


84 


3 


1 


4 


Cecil 


3,368 


102 


4 


6 




4 


84 


2 


- 


2 


Charles 


4,014 


138 


14 


3 




2 


108 


4 


- 


1 


Dorchester 


1,512 


55 


10 


1 




6 


38 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


5,064 


133 


6 


1 


5 


10 


106 


5 


- 


- 


Garrett 


1,426 


66 


3 


2 


1 


10 


50 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


8,000 


165 


1 


3 


1 


9 


137 


4 


- 


10 


Howard 


4,897 


82 


6 


1 


3 


7 


53 


4 


- 


8 


Kent 




1 
L I. 










12 








Montgomery 


29,388 


1,480 


69 


8 


53 


233 


989 


110 


3 


15 


Prince George' s 


39,585 


1,449 


116 


15 


28 


60 


1,066 


51 


1 


112 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,084 


25 


1 








24 








St. Mary's 


2,875 


95 


7 


2 




7 


78 


1 






Somerset 


1,156 


40 


3 








37 








Talbot 


1,173 


47 


4 


1 


1 


1 


38 


1 


1 




Washing ton 


5,824 


81 






1 


18 


62 








Wicomico 


3,562 


114 


13 


1 




2 


95 


2 


1 




Worces ter 


1,606 


21 


5 








12 


2 




2 



*Enrollment in Grades 4-6 as of September 30, 1972, including an estimate of the number of pupils in ungraded intermediate organizations. 



TABLE 

28 

Number of Pupils in High School Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pupils* 






Numbe r 


of Pupils Who Received 


Therapy 








Grand 
Total 


S tu t ter- 
ing 


Cleft 
Pa la te 


Voice 
Problem 


Delayed 
Language 


Ar ticu- 
lation 


Hearing 


Cerebral 
Palsy 


Other 


Total State 




y OH 


1,131 


229 


21 


20 


64 


659 


53 


3 


82 


Al legany 


Q 

O 


227 


1 
i 






_ 


_ 


1 
1 








Anne Arundel 


33 


901 


248 


39 


3 


5 


3 


176 


7 


_ 


15 


Baltimore City 


72 


877 


366 


97 


6 


1 


30 


210 


13 


1 


'1, 


Baltimore 


D J 


DH J 


308 


47 


4 


9 


26 


164 


16 


- 


42 


Calvert 


2 


732 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


Z 










- 


- 










Carroll 


8 


107 


6 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


1 


_ 


- 


Cecil 




721 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


6 


39 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Dorchester 


-J 
J 




16 


1 


- 


1 




14 


- 




- 


Frederick 


9 


748 








_ 


_ 










Garrett 


2 


493 


9 


_ 


2 




_ 


7 


_ 




_ 


Harford 


13 


692 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


8 


806 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


Kent 


1 


766 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


59 


239 




















Prince George' s 


68 


395 


124 


28 


4 


4 


4 


51 


16 




17 


Queen Anne ' s 


2 


119 


4 


2 








2 








St, Mary's 




648 


27 


4 


2 






19 




2 




Somerset 


1 


989 


5 


2 








3 








Talbot 


2 


235 




















Washington 


10 


728 




















Wicomico 


6 


141 


13 


5 








8 








Worces ter 


3 


044 


4 


3 








1 









'■Enrollment in Grades 7-12 as of September 30, 1972. 



TABLE 

29 

Number of Pupils in Special Classes Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 







Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy 


Local Unit 


Total 


Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Ar ticu- 


Hearing 


Cerbral 


Other 




Pupils"" 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Palsy 


Total State 


24,854 


3,313 


105 


19 


27 


1,601 


936 


248 


45 


332 


Al legany 


272 


1 1 










9 




1 




Anne Arundel 


1,921 


30 3 


7 


2 


3 


152 


70 


36 


6 


27 


Baltimore City 


10,456 


522 






c 

J 




on 
z J / 


/ z 


1 




Bal timore 


2,509 


585 


13 


2 


6 


323 


162 


61 


10 


8 


Calvert 


195 


7 


2 


- 


- 


2 


3 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


218 




















Carroll 


175 


iU 


1 
I 






1 
i 


7 

1 








Cecil 


174 


Q 
O 








4 










Charles 


210 


68 


1 


1 


1 


34 


29 


2 


_ 


_ 


Dorches ter 


24 


14 


1 


- 


1 


8 


3 


1 


- 


- 


Frederick 


215 


55 


3 






24 


\-j 


\ 




3 


Garrett 


129 


Q 








1 
i 


Q 

O 








Harford 


554 


23 


1 


1 


1 


2 


16 


1 


_ 


1 


Howard 


588 


72 


2 




1 


29 


19 


1 




20 


Kent 


148 




















Montgomery 


2,357 


586 


12 


2 


5 


289 


103 


8 


1 


166 


Prince George ' s 


3,546 


980 


26 


5 


4 


561 


213 


62 


10 


99 


Queen Anne' s 


182 


5 








1 


4 








St. Mary's 


254 


41 


2 


2 




9 


20 


1 


4 


3 


Somerset 


45 




















Talbot 


131 




















Washington 


290 




















Wicomico 


224 


8 










8 








Worces ter 


37 


6 










4 


2 







"EnrollmenL in Special Classes as of September 30, 1972. 



TABLE 

30 

Sunmer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1972 



Local Unit 


Enrol Iment 




Number 


of Centers 




Total 


Pres choo 1 


E 1 ementary 


S econdary 


Total 


Pres choo I 


E lementary 


S6CO ndary 


Total State 




1 QRA 

i , ojK> 




T7 /.f\~1 
i 1 1 


436 


39 


255 


142 


All egany 


448 


- 


- 


448 


4 






4 


Anne Arundel 


2,825 


- 


840 


1,985 


16 


\ 


7 


9 


Baltimore City 


23,864 


827 


15,166 


7,871 


104 


27 


50 


27 


Baltimore 


7,800 


- 


3,232 


4,568 


34 




23 


11 


Calvert 


JKJJ 






1 f^Q 

iUo 


2 


- 


1 


1 


Caroline 


87 


20 


67 


- 


1 




1 




Carroll 


442 


113 


68 


261 


2 


_ 


1 


1 


Cecil 


1,014 


506 


- 


508 


15 


6 


8 


I 


Charles 


193 


- 


- 


193 


2 


- 


_ 


2 


Dorchester 


c /. c 


79 


213 


253 


12 


1 


8 


3 


Frederick 


1,727 


234 


482 


1,011 


21 


4 


15 


2 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


. 










Harford 


1,263 


- 


566 


697 


22 


_ 


18 


4 


Howard 






301 


1 ,030 


2 


_ 


I 


1 


Kent 


328 




277 


51 


2 


- 


1 


1 


Montgomery 


15,809 




7,797 


8,012 


87 




49 


38 


Prince George's 


12,393 




4,676 


7,717 


75 




53 


22 


Queen Anne's 


170 




170 




2 




2 




St. Mary's 


590 


22 


298 


270 


7 


I 


3 


3 


Somerset 


416 


55 


361 




4 




4 




Talbot 


98 






98 


1 






1 


Washington 


2,118 




127 


1,991 


12 




5 


7 


Wicomico 


275 




84 


191 


3 




2 


1 


Worcester 


507 




363 


144 


6 




3 


3 



Suimner School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1972 



Local Unit 



l al State 

Al legany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



Preschool 



Federal 



Total 



1,856 



827 



20 
113 
506 

79 

234 



T3 

eg IS 

CI u 



558 



113 
181 

30 

234 



84 



20 



49 



15 



1,066 



679 



325 



Local 



148 



148 



Total 



Elementary 



Federal 



22 
40 



35,285 



840 
15,166 
3,232 
197 

67 
68 



213 

482 

566 
301 
277 

7,797 
4,676 
170 
298 
361 



127 
84 
363 



203 



67 



63 



17,247 



540 
14,083 
522 
197 



Local 



357 



159 
48 



8,323 



23 



1,396 



31 



150 



51 



22 



813 

150 
269 
310 



363 



Total 



9,155 


37,407 




448 


277 


1,985 


924 


7,871 


1,266 


4,568 




108 



161 
169 
142 

4,831 
1,508 



62 



37 



482 

405 
132 
135 

2,153 
3,168 
20 
29 



127 



261 
508 
193 
253 

1,011 

697 
1,030 
51 

8,012 
7,717 

2 70 



98 
1,991 
191 

144 



Federal 



1,848 



1,848 



302 



137 



165 



Secondary 



State & 
Local 



U 4-> 

<u a 

> u 

I- XI 



14,141 

395 
1,016 
1,260 
2 ,280 
22 



18 
298 
133 
253 

588 

431 
434 
19 

3,721 
1,955 

94 



80 
948 

52 
144 



C -H 

•H -a 

00 dl 



4,480 

53 
176 

14 
29 



16 
1 
10 



104 

23 
133 



1,571 
2,235 



87 



28 



TABLE 

31 



Loca 1 



> u 
OS ^ 



•H C 

C E 
w 



12,167 



777 
4,269 
1 ,787 
57 



56 
44 
45 



230 

86 
370 
20 

1,052 
3,110 

58 



18 
49 
139 



3,218 



16 
290 
305 



171 



81 

157 
48 
12 

834 
344 



957 



1,251 



67 
182 



45 



834 
73 

31 



TABLE 

32 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1972-73 

Grades Prek-6 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em- 
ploy- 
ment 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 
c omp a t i — 

bility 

wi th 
School* 


Court 
Action 


Econ- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Includ- 
ing 
Dea th 


Exclud- 
ing 
Dea th 


Expu 1 - 
sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 


Other 


10 ta L o ta ce 


1,393 


1,325 


j\j 






1 
i 


1 
1 


X 


I 


2 2 


14 


6 


16 


692 


1 1 7 

LLC 


343 


Al legany 


1 1 


1 n 


6 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 




I 




_ 


Anne Arundel 


J Z 


H J 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


24 


1 3 


6 


Bait imo re City 


7 AS 


7 A ft 




J / 








1 


1 


6 








383 




300 


Bal t imo re 




00 


i 
















2 


1 


3 


16 


59 


3 


La i ver l 


9 


9 


•1 
z 






i 


i 














3 


2 




Caroline 


9 




2 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 








2 


1 


Carroll 


1 3 


1 7 
1 z 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




4 


3 


2 


Cecil 


Q 


y 


7 
z 
















L 




- 


1 




2 


Char 1 e s 






1 

1 




















- 


10 


- 




Dorches ter 


8 


7 
























7 






Frederick 


1 1 


1 n 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 




_ 


1. 


6 


1 


- 


Garrett 


10 


9 


4 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 






3 




- 


nar Lo ru 




7 7 
Z J 


D 


i 
















1 


1 


12 


2 




Howard 


12 


10 


















z 




1 


4 


3 




Ken t 


2 


2 
























2 






Montgomery 


87 


78 


2 


1 












1 


3 




3 


60 


4 


4 


Prince George' s 


185 


177 


3 


2 












4 


2 


1 


4 


138 


2 


21 


Queen Anne' s 


4 


4 


2 


























2 


St. Mary's 


19 


15 


3 


1 


1 










4 








2 


4 




Somerse t 


5 


5 


2 


1 




















1 


1 




Talbot 


8 


6 


2 




















1 




3 




Washington 


37 


34 


5 














4 








13 


12 




Wicomico 


7 


5 


1 






















2 




2 


Worces ter 






2 














1 


3 













*Incompatibility between school and pupil (sixteen years of age and over). 
/Expulsion for disciplinary reasons (under sixteen years of age). 
/Under compulsory attendance age. 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1972-73 

Grades 7-12 



TABLE 

32 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Phy s i - 

cal 

Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Di sa- 
bility 


Em- 
p loy- 
ment 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 
c omp a 1 1 — 
bility 
wi th 
Sc hoo 1 


Court 
Ac tion 


Econ- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Death 


Inc 1 ud— 
in0 
Dea th 


Exclud- 
ing 
Dea th 


Expul- 
sion/ 


Im- 
ity 


ther 


'oil State 


16,909 


16,828 


68 


270 


24 


6 


1 , 104 


517 


410 


13,221 


207 


30 


167 




255 


549 


81 


Allegany 


131 


130 


6 


1 






12 


19 


9 


52 


25 


5 






1 




1 


Anne Arundel 


1 , 555 


1 , 540 


6 


12 


1 


1 


55 


46 


35 


1 , 334 


2 


3 


15 


- 


28 


2 


15 


Baltimore City 


7 113 


7,113 




164 








106 


132 


6 , 226 










42 


443 




Bal timor e 


1,597 


1,578 


6 


6 


9 




179 


66 


49 


1 ,138 


18 




69 




21 


17 


19 


Calver t 


138 


138 




2 






8 


3 


2 


118 


2 




1 




1 


1 




Caroline 


107 


107 


2 


2 


1 


- 


70 


7 


4 


17 


1 




3 






- 


- 


Carroll 


246 


246 


2 


2 






29 


15 


3 


168 


5 


2 


8 


- 


12 






Ceci 1 


309 


307 


5 


1 




1 


5 


13 


4 


225 


11 


5 


3 


- 


11 


23 


2 


Charles 


246 


245 


5 


4 






51 


7 


10 


157 


6 


1 






4 




1 


Dorchester 


120 


120 




5 






4 


5 




79 


21 




2 




4 






Frederick 


2 36 


233 




8 




- 


30 


17 


4 


147 




2 


5 


- 


19 


1 


3 


Garrett 


82 


82 


4 


5 


1 






1 1 




56 


3 








2 






Harford 


525 


522 




4 






48 


37 


14 


389 


14 


2 


3 




11 




3 


Howar d 


155 


153 


3 


2 






20 


7 


8 


107 


1 




1 






4 


2 


Kent 


50 


50 




1 


- 


- 


3 


4 


2 


37 


2 


- 








1 




Montgomery 


1,036 


1,023 


7 


2 


5 




311 


50 


28 


484 


52 


1 


9 




25 


49 


13 


Prince George ' s 


2,045 


2,027 


7 


10 


3 


2 


250 


46 


83 


1,567 


23 


4 


11 




17 


4 


18 


Queen Anne ' s 


98 


98 


2 


1 








3 


1 


88 


1 




2 










St. Mary ' s 


244 


242 




3 






2 


9 


9 


204 


3 








12 




2 


Somerset 


114 


114 


2 


2 






1 


2 


4 


91 


2 


2 


4 




4 






Talbot 


81 


81 




3 








1 


1 


68 


2 








6 






Washington 


266 


265 


2 


6 






22 


26 


4 


172 


1 


1 


7 




24 




1 


Wicomico 


291 


291 


8 


5 


4 


2 


4 


15 


1 


207 


10 


2 


18 




U 


4 




Worcester 


124 


123 


1 


19 








2 


3 


90 


2 




6 








1 



♦'compatibility between school and pupil (sixteen years of age and over), 
/ipulsion for disciplinary reasons (under sixteen years of age). 



TABLE 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1972-73 

Grades Prek-6 



Local Unit 


Total 


Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 
Outside 
the Local Unit 


NonpuDiic Sc 


hool 


Dcnoo i 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


C/ther Progra-.i 


Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Ke s xdence 


In 
Same 
Local 

Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospi tal- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
Schoo 1 


:3tate ' 
Instituti 
wi th 
Educatio | 
Prograir 1 

\ 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Ano ther 
State* 


Total State 


83,961 


23,217 


49 


29,428 


7,509 


18,716 


3,222 


263 


230 


696 


367 


49 


- 


215 ' 


Al legany 


A 7 =i 


18 


- 


181 


70 


177 


12 


2 


1 
i 


7 


5 


2 


- 


2 


Anne Arundel 


4,067 


149 


- 


1,312 


860 


1,528 


58 


41 


19 


28 


58 


9 


- 


5 


Baltimore City/ 


24,216 






16,869 




5,539 


1,642 




- 


- 






- 


166 


Bal timer e 


4,673 


150 


22 


1,510 


1,521 


1,229 


96 


36 


12 


32 


51 


9 




5 


Calvert 


272 


21 


1 


55 


89 


91 


12 


1 


1 


1 






- 




Caroline 


222 


4 


1 


31 


73 


92 


6 


2 




C 
J 


7 


- 


- 


1 


Carroll 


671 


34 


- 


168 


206 


214 


6 


9 


2 


2 


28 


1 


- 


1 


Cecil 


706 


4 


3 


274 


70 


314 


18 


6 


6 


1 


8 


2 






Charles 


677 


15 




197 


168 


240 


4 


13 


1 


12 


21 


2 




4 


Dorchester 


209 


11 


- 


71 


31 


75 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


2 


- 


8 


Frederick 


O / H 


17 


3 


316 


189 


314 


15 


2 


1 
1 




4 


- 


■ 


3 


Garrett 


223 


4 




49 


45 


107 




1 


11 




5 


1 






Harford 


3,003 


970 




706 


310 


896 


34 


10 


11 


29 


34 


1 




2 


Howard 


915 


43 


4 


147 


288 


365 


26 


12 


6 


18 


3 


1 




2 


Kent 


156 


2 




27 


59 


63 




2 


- 


1 


2 






- f 


Montgomery 


6,205 


262 


6 


2,199 


803 


2,201 


191 


35 


80 


383 


40 


4 




1 '• 


Prince George' s 


32,866 


?^21,369 


7 


3,963 


2,206 


3,903 


1,059 


73 


59 


145 


73 


2 




7 • 


Queen Anne' s 


196 






41 


81 


69 




2 








3 




- ' f 


St. Mary' s 


1,040 


89 




320 


77 


509 


25 




1 


9 


10 






t 


Somerset 


142 


1 




39 


35 


58 




4 


1 


2 




2 






Talbot 


154 


2 




46 


60 


35 


2 




3 


2 


3 






1 


Washing ton 


1,030 


26 




542 


93 


331 


10 


4 


8 


3 


8 


1 




4 


Wicomico 


702 


19 




316 


106 


240 


2 


2 


3 


2 


4 


5 




3 


Worcester 


267 


7 


2 


49 


69 


126 


3 


4 


2 


1 




2 




2 



*In another state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 
/Data are available for only those reasons indicated. 

^Reflects the effect or reassignment of pupils in the second semester which arose out of court case. 




TABLE 




Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1972-73 

Grades 7-12 



r\/* Q 1 ITn 1 1" 


Total 


Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 
Ou tside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 






Other 


Programs 




Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Residence 


In 
Same 
Local 
Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Sc noo i 

in a 
Foreign 
Coun tr y 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospi tal- 
teaching 


High 
School 


State 
Institution 
wi th 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 




otl State 


33 


738 


12,396 


56 


4,068 


1 T A Q 

J , zoy 




1,070 


203 


347 


345 


1,405 


99 


658 


728 


\llegany 




199 


3 






/4 


iUU 


Q 
O 


1 
i 


i 


1 


26 








Anne Arundel 


2 


015 


212 




All 

4z i 


-JO / 


A ^. Q 


-Jz 




1 O 


15 


150 


9 


53 


15 


Baltimore City/ 


3 


764 










2,761 


J J / 






- 


- 


- 


- 


466 


Baltimore 


9 


S 9 9 


195 


22 


482 


666 


610 


34 


36 


18 


13 


219 


23 


143 


61 


Calvert 




126 


1 


- 


23 


A 


-)o 


- 


1 


2 


2 


10 


- 


- 


5 


Caro 1 ine 




109 






5 


1 Q 
JO 


^ J 


1 


1 


1 




17 


1 






Carrol 1 




338 


22 


1 


j4 


on 


Q Q 

9o 




1 


Q 


1 


66 


3 


- 


3 


Cecil 




297 


1 


8 


68 


41 


156 


3 


4 


1 


- 


8 


- 


- 


1 


Charles 




388 


7 




48 


80 


86 


7 


9 


6 


3 


93 


6 


21 


22 


Dorchester 




96 


5 


- 


24 


19 


34 


- 


2 


1 


1 


1 


3 


- 


6 


Freder ick 




398 


I 




103 


76 


128 


5 


1 


2 


4 


37 


30 


1 


10 


Garrett 




88 






7 


15 


39 




1 


1 


5 


15 






5 


Harford 




938 


46 


1 


151 


167 


377 


22 


7 


6 


6 


131 


1 


- 


23 


Howard 




475 


55 




55 


149 


136 


1 


10 


11 


15 


36 


2 


- 


5 


Kent 




62 






10 


21 


20 






1 


3 


7 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


3 


361 


305 


12 


686 


317 


1,094 


109 


51 


176 


210 


228 


8 


143 


22 


Prince George ' s 


17 


184 


?^11,525 


9 


1,615 


891 


2,107 


277 


34 


67 


55 


261 


8 


297 


38 


Queen Anne ' s 




68 


1 


1 


9 


32 


23 




1 


1 












St. Mary's 




363 


5 


1 


38 


44 


202 


22 


3 


4 


2 


42 








Somerset 




71 






14 


30 


23 




1 






1 


1 




1 


Talbot 




75 






8 


23 


20 




2 


4 


4 


10 






4 


Washington 




450 


11 




157 


41 


151 


10 


1 


2 




42 


2 




33 


Wicomico 




205 


1 


1 


45 


40 


95 




2 


7 


5 


2 


2 




5 


Worcester 




146 






12 


42 


85 


2 




1 




3 






1 



another state or territory of the United States or a United States overseas dependent school. 
'Ita are available for only those reasons indicated. 

'Iflects the effect of reassignment of pupils in the second semester which arose out of court case. 



TABLE 

34 



Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1973 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 






e-entary 
















Total 


Promo ted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percen 


Total State 


902 


519 


871,488 


31 


,031 


3. 


4 


505 


,286 


492 


994 


12,292 


2 . 


4 


jyi J / J J 


378, 


494 


15,739 


4.7 


Al legany 


17 


092 


16,999 




93 


. 


5 


8 


,930 


8 


867 


63 


0. 


7 


8,162 


ft 

o * 


132 


30 


0.4 


Anne Arundel 


76 


305 


74,854 


1,451 


1. 


9 


42 


,855 


42 


448 


407 


0. 


9 


33,450 


32, 


406 


1,044 


3.1 


Baltimore City 


182 


478 


167,727 


14 


,751 


8. 


1 


107,992 


101 


786 


6,206 


5. 


7 


/ ^ f HOD 


65, 


941 


8,545 


11.5 


Baltimore 


129 


613 


126, 274 


3 


,339 


2. 


6 


67 


,033 


65 


431 


1,602 


2. 


4 




60, 


843 


1 , 737 


2.8 


Calvert 


6 


246 


5,913 




333 


5. 


3 


3,550 


3,398 


152 


4. 


3 


2 f 696 


2. 


515 


181 


6.7 


Caroline 


5 


190 


5,077 




113 


2. 


2 


2 


,820 


2 


769 


51 


1. 


8 


2,370 


2, 


308 


62 


2.6 


Carroll 


17 


916 


17,756 




160 


0. 


9 


9 


,968 


9 


848 


120 


1. 


2 


7,948 


7, 


908 


40 


0.5 


Cecil 


12 


253 


12,054 




199 


1. 


6 


6,710 


6 


566 


144 


2. 


1 


J , J'4 J 


5, 


488 


55 


1.0 


Charles 


15 


472 


14,961 




511 


3. 


3 


9 


,260 


9 


071 


189 


2. 





A 1 

o , ZiZ 


5. 


890 


322 


5.2 


Dorchester 


6,262 


6,104 




158 


2. 


5 


3 


,346 


3 


257 


89 


2. 


7 


Q 1 A 


2, 


847 


69 


2.4 


Frederick 


21 


252 


21, 188 




64 


0. 


3 


11 


,771 


11 


732 


39 


0. 


3 


9,481 


9, 


456 


25 


0.3 


Garrett 


5 


672 


5,542 




130 


2. 


3 


3 


,207 


3 


129 


78 


2. 


4 


2,465 


2, 


413 


52 


2.1 


Harford 


31 


909 


30,896 


1 


,013 


3. 


2 


18 


,571 


18 


039 




2. 


9 


17 7. 7fl 
i J , J JO 


12, 


857 


Aft! 
HO L 


J . O 


Howard 


20,737 


20,552 




185 


0. 


9 


11 


,883 


11 


791 


92 


0. 


8 


O , OJH 


8, 


761 


93 


1.1 


Kent 


3 


770 


3,686 




84 


2. 


2 


1 


,975 


1 


931 


44 


2. 


2 




1, 


755 


40 


2.2 


Montgomery 


125,903 


123,826 


2 


,077 


1. 


6 


66 


,945 


66 


358 


587 


0. 


9 


58,958 


57, 


468 


1,490 


2.5 


Prince George' s 


155 


098 


150,905 


4 


,193 


2. 


7 


89 


,272 


88 


293 


979 


1. 


1 


65,826 


62, 


612 


3,214 


4.9 


Queen Anne' s 


4 


649 


4,499 




150 


3. 


2 


2,508 


2 


445 


63 


2. 


5 


2,141 


2, 


054 


87 


4.1 


St. Mary's 


11 


371 


10,787 




584 


5. 


1 


6 


,931 


6 


694 


237 


3. 


4 


4,440 


^, 


093 


347 


7.8 


Somerset 




410 


4,219 




191 


4. 


3 


2 


,519 


2 


467 


52 


2. 


1 


1,891 


1, 


752 


139 


7.3 


Talbot 


4 


930 


4,694 




236 


4. 


8 


2 


,703 


2 


596 


107 


3. 


9 


2,227 


2, 


098 


129 


5.8 


Washington 


23,370 


23,084 




286 


1. 


2 


12 


,848 


12 


731 


117 


0. 


9 


10,522 


10, 


353 


169 


1.6 


Wicomico 


14 


130 


13,447 




683 


4. 


8 


8,130 


7 


799 


331 


4. 


1 


6,000 


5, 


648 


352 


5.9 


Worcester 


6 


491 


6,444 




47 


0. 


7 


3 


,559 


3 


548 


11 


0. 


3 


2,932 


2, 


S96 


36 


:.2 



NOTE: Policy of promotion and nonpromotion varies in the different local units. 



Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1973 



TABLE 

35 



Loc3 1 Un i t 




First Grade 


Enrol Iraent 






Number 


and Percent Not 


Promoted 






Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


Percent 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


57 


702 


29,844 


27,858 


3,100 


1,937 




1 


163 


5 . 


4 


6 


5 


4.2 


Al Legany 


1 


197 




628 


569 


35 


24 






11 


2. 


9 


3 


8 


1.9 


Anno A T* 1 1 Ti H i3 1 


4 


892 


2 


445 


2,447 


185 


96 






89 


3. 


8 


3 


9 


3.6 


Ral t"imriTP i t'v 
Lia L >- xiiiyj J. c \j J. i-v 


1 1 


i /U 


5 


738 


5,432 


1 , 108 


/UU 






408 


9 . 


9 


12 


2 


7 . 5 


Ri3 1 t'imn TP 


4 


983 


2 


637 


2,346 


219 


133 






86 


4 . 


4 


5 





3.7 


Ca 1 ver t 




542 




303 


239 


41 


26 






15 


7 . 


6 


8 


6 


6.3 


Caroline 




391 




198 


193 


22 


13 






9 


5. 


6 


6 


6 


4.7 


Carrol 1 


1 


333 




666 


667 


52 


32 






20 


3. 


9 


4 


8 


3.0 


Cecil 




031 




553 


478 


76 


49 






27 


7 . 


4 


8 


9 


5 . 6 


1. L c;: b 


1 


263 




666 


597 


69 


49 






20 


5 . 


5 


7 


4 


3.3 






497 




252 


245 


56 


30 






26 


1 1 . 


3 


11 


9 


10.6 


Frederick 


1 


587 




795 


792 


22 


15 






7 


1. 


4 


1 


9 


0.9 


Garr e 1 1 




472 




253 


219 


19 


11 






8 


4. 





4 


3 


3. 7 


Harford 


2 


537 


1 


366 


1,171 


123 


84 






39 


4. 


8 


6 


1 


3.3 




1 


557 




794 


763 


30 


19 






11 


1. 


9 


2 


4 


1.4 


Kent 




260 




134 


126 


9 


7 






2 


3. 


5 


5 


2 


1.6 


Mon tgomery 


6 


608 


3 


480 


3, 128 


207 


138 






69 


3. 


1 


4 





2.2 


Prince George' s 


11 


933 


6 


146 


5,787 


448 


264 






184 


3. 


7 


4 


3 


3. 2 


Queen Anne ' s 




355 




164 


191 


57 


36 






21 


16. 


1 


21 


9 


11.0 


St. Mary's 


1 


006 




546 


460 


80 


54 






26 


7. 


9 


9 


9 


5.7 


Somerset 




320 




167 


153 


12 


10 






2 


3. 


7 


6 





1.3 


Talbot 




432 




230 


202 


75 


43 






32 


17. 


4 


18 


7 


15.8 


Washington 


1 


760 




896 


864 


38 


23 






15 


2. 


1 


2 


6 


1.7 


Wicomico 


1 


127 




572 


555 


111 


77 






34 


9. 


8 


13 


5 


6.1 


Worcester 




449 




215 


234 


6 


4 






2 


1. 


3 


1 


9 


0.9 



NOTE: Policy of promotions and nonpromotions varies in the different local units. 



TABLE 

36 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1962-63 - 1972-73 



Year 


High School Graduates 


Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


1962-63 


28,534 


14,299 


14,235 


1963-64 


34,271 


17,049 


17,222 


1964-65 


41,331 


20,149 


21,182 


1965-66 


41,391 


20,730 


20,661 


1966-67 


41,084 


20,271 


20,813 


1967-68 


41,631 


21,093 


21,538 


1968-69 


44,583 


21,475 


23,108 


1969-70 


46,462 


22,593 


23,869 


1970-71 


48,219 


23,152 


25,067 


1971-72 


50,370 


24,052 


26,318 


1972-73 


52,813 


25,531 


27,282 


BY LOCAL L'NIT -- 1972-73 


Al legany 


1,218 


621 


5 ^ ~ 


Anne Arundel 


4,489 


2,206 


2,251 


Baltimore City 


7,802 


3,478 


4,324 


Baltimore 


9,185 


4,608 


4,577 


Calvert 


356 


182 


174 


Caroline 


309 


135 


174 


Carroll 


1,088 


553 


535 


Cecil 


742 


373 


369 


Charles 


653 


306 


347 


Dorchester 


406 


203 


203 


Frederick 


1,316 


659 


657 


Garrett 


320 


170 


150 


Harford 


1,598 


753 


845 


Howard 


1,211 


561 


650 


Kent 


227 


109 


118 


Montgomery 


9,274 


4,594 


4,680 


Prince George' s 


8,511 


4,014 


4,497 


Queen Anne' s 


300 


152 


148 


St. Mary's 


523 


243 


280 


Somerset 


249 


126 


123 


Talbot 


310 


148 


162 


Washington 


1,514 


747 


767 


Wicomico 


825 


399 


426 


Worcester 


35~ 




19S 



TABLE 

37 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


English 


Social 
S tudies 


Science 


Ma the- 
matic s 


Latin 


French 


Spani sh 


Other 
Foreign 
Lan- 
guages 


Agri- 

CU 1 tu T" G 


Total State 


412 


923 


458 


442 


400 


781 


342,392 


332 


643 


3, 138 


56,524 


49,364 


*6,658 


5, 702 


Al legany 


8 


303 


11 


017 


8 


054 


6 


,799 


6 


348 


190 


1,687 


7 29 




81 


Anne Arundel 


34 


649 


38 


539 


33 


605 


29 


,246 


26 


703 


240 


4,455 


2,938 


629 


99 


Baltimore City 


78 


547 


83 


292 


67 


854 


61 


,820 


62 


789 


205 


10,562 


5,512 


1,202 


113 


Bal timore 


64 


466 


73 


475 


63 


705 


53 


,849 


53 


980 


113 


8,919 


11,832 


933 


531 


Calvert 


2 


789 


3 


164 


2,703 


2 


, 182 


2,315 


32 


443 




- 


16 


Caroline 


2 


503 


2 


873 


2,392 


1 


,984 


1 


608 


44 


504 


48 




48 


Carroll 


8 


141 


9 


107 


7 


833 


6 


,519 


6 


623 


65 


584 


564 


378 


238 


Cecil 


5 


803 


6 


731 


5 


238 


4 


,803 




635 




367 


204 


106 


45 


Charles 


6 


433 


7,792 


6 


748 


5 


,342 


5 


111 




607 


354 




44 


Dorchester 


3,021 


3,283 


3 


056 


2 


,588 


2 


270 


5 


414 


' 




288 


Frederick 


9 


776 


10 


462 


9 


261 


8 


,028 


7 


821 


242 


733 


578 




859 


Garrett 


2 


512 


2 


787 


2 


499 


1,850 


1 


840 


- 


357 


- 


- 


207 


Harford 


13 


944 


15 


313 


14 


098 


11 


,439 


11 


219 


148 


985 


983 


446 


374 


Howard 


8 


950 


12,549 


8 


631 


6 


,880 


7 


157 


42 


2 , 088 


837 


97 


28 


Kent 


1 


858 


2 


450 


1 


681 


1 


,398 


1 


448 


7 


324 


135 




1 18 


Montgomery 


60 


291 


64 


497 


57 


172 


50 


,607 


50 


761 


7 30 


12,705 


13, 188 


1,647 


880 


Prince George' s 


69 


527 


74 


292 


65,540 


56 


,346 


54 


233 


426 


8,258 


9,388 


1, 150 


447 


Queen Anne ' s 


2 


224 


2,502 


2 


632 


1 


,995 


1,359 




194 


122 




125 


St. Mary's 




715 


5 


003 


4,549 


3 


,884 


3 


863 


31 


206 


380 




145 


Somerset 


I 


989 


2 


641 


2 


115 


1 


,542 


1 


733 




239 






63 


Talbot 


2,291 


3 


032 


2 


167 


1 


,979 


1 


971 


62 


152 


164 




97 


Washington 


10,872 


13 


837 


19 


617 


13 


,963 


8 


735 


258 


1,151 


647 


70 


776 


Wicomico 


6 


275 


6 


379 


6 


510 


4,952 


5 


771 


298 


307 


669 




63 


Worcester 


3 


044 


3,425 


3,121 


2 


,397 


2 


350 




283 


92 




17 



*Includes 6,066 enrolled in German; 497 in Russian; 103 in Hebrew; 22 in Italian; and 106 in Swahili. See "Foreign Language Enrollment..." for 
local breakdown. 



TABLE 

37 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1972 



T (-1 p a 1 T \ ri 1 f 


Industrial Education 


Home 
Economics 


Bu s ine s s 
Education 


Physical 
and 
Health 
Education 


Music 


At ts , 
Arts and 
Crafts 


Education 


Special 
Education 


Arts 


Vocational 

and 
Technical 


Total state 


107,036 


/48,807 


103,575 


138,003 


315,896 


162,951 


138, 151 


21, 228 


22, 308 


Allegany 


2, 396 


698 


2,754 


2,634 


5,656 


4,914 


3,593 


518 


275 


Anne Arundel 


8, 344 


2,971 


7,552 


12,676 


26,388 


14,770 


13,080 


75 


2,167 


Baltimore City 


18,639 


12, 154 


22, 345 


33,042 


46,820 


28,278 


23, 134 




6,506 


Bal timore 


19,854 


4,765 


17 ,943 


18,329 


58, 123 


38, 112 


34, 171 


2,413 


1,830 


Calvert 


670 


297 


961 


735 


2,071 


715 


564 


298 


57 


Caroline 


492 


197 


592 


1,171 


2,008 


1,028 


1,068 


450 


335 


Carroll 


1,636 


1, 217 


1,726 


2,392 


6,852 


3,297 


2,527 


528 


323 


Cecil 


1,306 


756 


1,062 


1,527 


4,570 


1,390 


1,028 


218 


257 


Charles 


1,651 


508 


1,655 


2, 191 


5,258 


1,769 


1,520 


298 


346 


Dor ches ter 


652 


349 


629 


1, 352 


1,992 


1,242 


1,083 




145 


Frederick 


2, 105 


2,785 


2,382 


4,180 


8,855 


4,975 


3,603 


406 


269 


Garrett 


649 


549 


506 


987 


2,153 


1,181 


820 


458 


224 


Harford 


2,952 


1, 109 


2,702 


4,823 


9,508 


5,301 


3,280 


1,848 


461 


Howard 


2,435 


770 


1,994 


2,442 


6,082 


2,811 


2,486 


128 


347 


Kent 


325 


502 


389 


695 


1,545 


452 


368 


156 


44 


Montgomery 


14,234 


8,450 


11,117 


13,139 


45,171 


16,030 


14,788 


6,137 


2,758 


Prince George ' s 


20,111 


6,975 


18,872 


24,119 


54,862 


20,766 


18,857 


4,550 


4,526 


Queen Anne' s 


388 


685 


457 


873 


1,726 


1,070 


179 


270 


472 


St. Mary's 


967 


471 


1,124 


1,576 


3,612 


1,759 


1,115 


183 


239 


Somerset 


309 


58 


413 


994 


1,635 


237 


279 


12 




Talbot 


461 


287 


503 


955 


1,790 


1,335 


802 


279 


76 


Washington 


3,656 


1,166 


3,204 


3,632 


10,328 


7,107 


5,637 


989 


447 


Wicomico 


1,913 


807 


1,835 


2,304 


6,483 


2,901 


2,891 


376 


134 


Worces ter 


391 


281 


858 


1,235 


2,408 


1,511 


1,273 


135 


70 



/Includes 48,139 enrolled in Vocational and 668 in Technical Education. See "Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical 



Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment..." table for local breakdovfn. 



TABLE 

38 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 




English 


Vocational 


Journal ism 


Reading 


Total 
English 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 

9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nation 


Development 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


I 


11 


Total State 


458,442 


75,916 


73 


191 


69 , 978 


59 , 142 


48,472 


42,401 


382 


1,443 


2,605 


3, 230 


1 363 


936 


13,714 


3,116 


Allegany 


11,017 


1,486 


1 


z J J 


1,442 


1,481 


1,148 


1,092 


- 


231 


204 


150 


109 


30 


1,008 


865 


Anne Arundel 


38,539 


D , D / Z 




798 


6 , 464 


3,556 


3, 797 


2 , 499 








255 


cSZ 


20 


1, 165 


262 


Baltimore City 


83,292 


1 C\l±l 
i J 1 UHZ 


12, 


687 




in 1 7 A 


ft 111 


ft nnft 








225 


Du 




3,941 


" 


Bal timore 


73,475 


1 A on 


10 


984 




in A f\ ft 


Q /■ "^7 
V , 4 J / 


Q ft 7 7 








569 


ZOD 




2,650 




Calvert 


3, 164 


472 




524 


787 


480 


357 


338 












29 


39 




Caroline 


2,873 


HDL 




377 


AH 


JO J 


"^7 7 


371 


27 


8 


~ 






A 7 


240 


162 


Carroll 


9,107 


1 7 71 


1, 


521 


1 1 7 9 
i. , I / Z 


ftfkn 

O DU 




467 


~ 


129 


112 


Q 1 


90 

Z V 


Z V 


168 


20 


Cecil 


6,731 


1 162 


1, 


036 


1 116 












266 






64 


859 


185 


Charles 


7,792 




1 


223 


1 , 308 


617 


1 , 045 


529 


91 


13 




108 






838 




Dorchester 


3,283 


539 




546 


236 


792 


398 


318 


- 


- 


59 


53 


16 


26 


- 


- 


Frederick 


10,462 


1,657 


1 


682 


1 , 603 


1 , 7 30 


1 , 194 


827 




78 


121 


14 




53 


168 


1 34 


Garrett 


2,787 


499 




404 


403 


385 


414 


338 






26 


54 




45 


57 




Harford 


15,313 


2, 736 


2 


681 


2 , 624 


2 324 


1 ,977 


1,655 




98 


92 


127 


43 


12 


33 


20 


Howard 


12,549 


1,899 


1 


789 


1,436 


1,351 


1,229 


1,071 


42 


51 


53 


43 




163 


855 


728 


Kent 


2,450 


321 




296 


350 


305 


249 


238 








22 




26 


319 


324 


Montgomery 


64,497 


9,528 


9 


,818 


10,817 


9,815 


9,147 


8,682 


69 


34 


663 


363 


102 


28 


601 


163 


Prince George' s 


74,292 


12,506 


12 


,595 


12,334 


9,552 


5,025 


4,034 


7 


325 


217 


452 


478 


233 


180 


215 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,502 


552 




459 


399 


186 


180 


158 


140 


125 


176 








15 


20 


St. Mary's 


5,003 


955 




836 


753 


729 


647 


6 34 








23 


23 




319 




Somer se t 


2,641 


379 




361 


360 


337 


303 


291 








29 


16 




43 


18 


Talbot 


3,032 


746 




735 


376 


418 


375 


318 








13 




11 


24 




Washington 


13,837 


2,890 


2 


,967 


1,994 


1,824 


1,104 


866 




219 


447 


199 


48 


68 


149 




Wicomico 


6,379 


970 


1 


,064 


1, 199 


994 


947 


697 






149 


34 


29 


41 






Worces ter 


3,425 


501 




573 


580 


389 


283 


143 





132 


20 


111 


17 


19 


43 





NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations 
of standard electives. 



TABLE 

38 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Reading 




Speech 


Dramat] 


LCS 




Ex- 
pository 
Wr i ting 


Advanced 


English 


Other 
English 


Remedial 


Cor- 
rec tive 


Ad- 
vanced 


Public 
Speaking 


Ther- 
apy 


T 

L 


T T 
i L 


Combi- 
nation 


Creative 
Writing 


Compo- 

and 
Grammar 


Li tera- 

ture 


I 


II 


Un- 
graded 


I 


11 




4,688 


688 


3,865 


5,568 


511 


5, 142 


153 


136 


4,587 


1,257 


6,465 


2,169 










Al legany 


291 


111 




. 


15 


13 




- 


27 


14 


40 


- 


- 




25 


- 


Anne Arundel 






449 


194 


34 


730 


25 


- 


359 


136 


424 


588 


378 


1,536 


1,516 


600 


Baltimore City 


3,078 






1,705 


47 


680 




- 


7 34 


204 




no 


/. fl ^ 
HO J 




1 , 6 39 


4, 959 


Ba 1 1 inior € 




- 


82 


1,659 


76 


594 


8 


- 


1,049 


385 


ZZo 


LLj 


J7 / 




D /U 




t^a iver c 


12 


- 


- 


6 


53 






- 


- 


- 


JO 








•J 1 
ii 




Caroline 








_ 


_ 








_ 


_ 


12 


_ 






_ 


_ 


Carroll 








75 




78 






324 


32 


116 


264 


197 


137 


111 


22 


Cecil 


47 






- 


24 


65 




_ 


29 


_ 


264 


51 


* 


416 


675 


143 


Charles 


239 




164 


86 


13 


33 


- 




94 


_ 


- 


47 




64 


- 




Dorchester 


- 


- 


34 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


43 




23 


200 


~ 


Frederick 








62 










181 


62 


116 


38 


28 






683 


Garrett 


L J 




7 7. 


27 


_ 


19 




_ 


_ 


_ 


33 


9 


- 


- 


- 


28 


Harford 


85 


_ 


139 


84 


_ 


231 


52 


_ 


128 


42 


26 


11 


- 


68 


25 


- 


Howard 


93 


96 


532 


328 


32 


11 




- 


136 


84 


244 


- 


186 


20 


77 


- 


Kent 


































Montgomery 


188 


31 


773 


143 


101 


1,457 


38 




603 


93 


513 


96 


10 


188 


94 


339 


Prince George ' s 


238 


88 


1,639 


1,044 


27 


1,054 


30 


136 


803 


156 


3,965 


464 


630 


1,530 


4,119 


216 


Queen Anne ' s 


10 






51 






















31 




St. Mary' s 


















35 


49 














Somerset 


225 


221 






23 








15 














20 


Talbot 






















16 












Washington 


30 


141 




89 




90 






49 








96 


83 


484 




Wicomico 


85 








30 












118 


12 






10 




Worcester 








15 


36 


56 






21 






152 




275 


53 





TABLE 

39 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Social 

Studies 


Hi s tory 


Geography 




Social 


Studies 




Civics 
Grade 
8 or 9 


His tory 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 

9 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 

9 


Grade 


Grade 

8 


Grade 

9 


Combi- 
nation 


World 


United 
States 


Anc i en t 

and 
Medieval 


Total State 


400,781 


5,184 


26,317 


3,393 


29,584 


9,877 


4,066 


38,373 


29,646 


37,697 


1,808 


14,739 


23,539 


80, 180 


1,550 


Allegany 


8,054 


131 


856 








929 


1 , 336 


183 


227 






1 , 419 


1,765 




Anne Arundel 


33,605 


- 


5,952 


18 


2,961 




28 


3,497 


515 


179 


28 


5,955 


3,952 


5,082 


- 


Baltimore City 


67,854 


- 


9, 147 


- 


12, 161 


- 


111 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




2,073 


12,418 


- 


Bal timore 


63,705 




■ 










11,783 


10,675 


>V21,534 






1,130 


10,211 


45 


Calver t 


2, 703 


474 




















516 




39 3 




Caroline 


2,392 


- 


411 


- 


238 


- 


- 










580 


337 


380 


- 


Car ro 1 1 


7,833 


530 


384 


- 


142 


290 


- 


825 


7 58 


1,094 




378 


296 


1,826 


84 


Cecil 


5,238 


- 


682 


- 


933 


- 


- 


132 


138 






1,072 


1,178 


720 


- 


Charles 


6,748 


912 




34 








353 


381 




_ 


1,003 


1,507 


1,532 




Dorchester 


3,056 




553 




536 










_ 


_ 


440 


344 


469 




Frederick 


9,261 


- 


- 


28 


- 


- 


- 


1,617 


1,647 


1,292 


805 




808 


1,857 


- 


Garrett 


2,499 


- 


82 


- 


156 


- 


- 


278 


386 


151 


28 


246 


382 


414 


- 


Harford 


14,098 


1,591 


967 


160 


24 




1,537 


949 


1, 143 


606 




638 


2,208 


2,454 


- 


Howard 


8,631 


190 




65 






1,018 


1,087 


820 




792 


334 


1, 184 


1,695 




Kent 


1,681 














321 


292 


- 




338 


300 


263 




Montgomery 


57,172 


138 


396 


1,439 


9,244 


9,498 


38 


1, 163 


917 


30 


60 




1,971 


19,586 


222 


Prince George's 


65,540 


33 


2,759 






30 




12,157 


9,697 


10,655 


26 


717 


1,929 


11,279 


1,112 


Queen Anne' s 


2,632 


61 


514 


67 


57 




39 


450 


169 




15 


256 


195 


314 




St. Mary's 


4,549 


956 




701 
















834 


834 


701 




Somerset 


2,115 




62 




183 






196 


299 




20 


310 


320 


325 




Talbot 


2,167 












366 


2SS 


419 








398 


383 




Washington 


19,617 


51 


2,924 


849 


2,456 






779 


285 


1,534 






280 


4,640 




Wicomico 


6,510 


117 


492 




49 3 


59 




6 30 


461 






1,122 


356 


995 




Worcester 


3,121 




136 


32 








532 


461 


395 


34 




138 


478 


87 



*Includes Social Studies Grade 10,9,940. 



TABLE 

39 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


History 


Eco- 
nomics 

and 
Senior 

High 
Geo- 
raphy 


History 
and 
Geography 
Spec ia 1 
Areas 


Problems 
of 20th 
Century 


American 
Govern- 
ment 


Cul tura 1 
Anthro- 
pology 


Con tem- 
porary 
Affairs 


Econo- 
mics 


Sociol- 
ogy 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Psychology 

and 
Sociology 


Inter- 
national 
Relations 




Othei 
Social 
Studie 


Modern 


Euro- 
pean 


Afro 
Ameri- 
can 


Total State 


4,671 


1,315 


6,145 


7 ,676 


11,885 


12 , 241 


2 , 168 


3,418 


15, Sll 


1 , 993 


3, 556 


9,976 


2 , 339 


— , ^ — r 




Allegany 








59 


- 


438 


- 


- 


49 


96 


- 


517 




- 


4- 


Anne Arundel 


211 


108 


320 


459 


131 


631 


172 


234 


155 


354 


622 


1,209 


- 


232 


60C 


Baltimore City 


866 


46 


3,398 






7 A S 




^f.7 
DO 1 


7 , 1 DO 


Zoo 












Bal tidore 


199 


_ 


64 




ft! 






OH J 


774 














L.a 1. ver i- 


- 


- 


- 






96 




64 


947 




20 


193 








Caroline 








57 


_ 


219 




_ 


_ 


39 




131 


_ 




_ 


Carroll 


41 




53 


84 


37 


369 


- 


191 


36 


- 


186 


229 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 








- 


• 


171 


- 


- 


- 


• 


- 


- 


212 


- 




Charles 








299 


18 


152 


- 


23 


220 


- 


21 


31 


262 


- 




Dorchester 




82 


_ 


79 


71 


127 


53 


- 


- 


- 


54 


205 


- 


43 


- 


L 1. C i. J. IvEV 










190 


66 


122 


450 


100 


/26 


20 


107 


35 


7 




Garrett 








21 


18 


185 








8 


31 


113 








Harford 






1 Q 


84 


- 


235 


23 


- 


45 


25 


538 


664 


- 


18 


5S 


Howard 






116 


158 


83 


64 


- 


273 


68 


- 


150 


381 


- 


116 


37 


Kent 








~ 


- 


37 


- 


10 


- 


- 


61 


59 


- 


- 




Hon tgomery 


2,753 


286 


162 


875 


307 


2,494 


151 


566 


438 


/569 


1,084 


1,607 


489 


10 


679 


Prince George' s 


549 


426 


2,013 


1,093 


2,853 


1,141 


427 


54 


1,884 


383 


137 


2,399 


1,211 


546 


3C 


Queen Anne ' s 




25 






268 


138 






25 








39 






St. Mary's 




17 








366 




64 


20 


35 








21 




Somerset 








22 


29 


173 








18 


50 


96 






12 


Talbot 












225 












88 








Washington 








111 




260 




17 


1,328 


11 


62 


645 


78 


2,741 




Wiconico 
























-27 






li 


Worcester 




266 






55 














151 


13 







/Includes the following taking Lconomics/Sociology : Frederick, 26; Montgomery, 223. 



TABLE 

40 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 

Science 




General 


Science 




Science- 
Vocational 


Life 
Science , 
Junior 
High 


Physical 
Sc ience 


Earth 
Science 


Local 
Variations 
of General 
and 
Applied 
Science 


Biology 


Advanced 
Biology 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


342 , 392 


5 1 , 843 


47 , 1 14 


38 , 479 


362 


582 


22, 753 


1 A 1 

Z 1 , D ID 


1 1 1 OA 
i i , / ZD 


27,476 


292 


50, 224 


3, 207 


Al legany 


6,799 


- 


- 


242 


17 


- 


1,437 


1,361 


511 


814 


- 


791 


177 


Anne Arundel 


29 , 246 


963 


1 ,095 


795 


142 




5,111 


4,929 


597 


5,071 


14 1 


4, 760 


28 


Baltimore City 


61,820 


15 , 255 


11 , 862 


9 , 441 










3,126 


92 




14, 148 


344 


Bal timore 


53, 849 


10 , 607 


10 ,825 


9,816 




514 








251 




3,795 


237 


Calvert 


2 , 182 


36 




7 7 






440 






527 




447 


19 


Caroline 


1,984 


412 


412 


397 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


- 


- 


352 


- 


Carroll 


6,519 






917 






1 , 496 


53 


523 


1 ,425 




311 


143 


Cecil 


4,803 


941 


967 


901 


92 




113 




JU 


114 




128 




Charles 


5, 342 


1 , 194 


1 , 203 


1 , 224 










42 


79 




804 


47 


Dorchester 


2 , 588 


544 


191 


676 






319 






115 




491 


34 


Frederick. 


8,028 


150 


206 


126 


- 


- 


1,531 


1,296 


426 


1,527 


- 


1, 178 


172 


Garrett 


1 , 850 


403 


439 


209 








28 


15 


197 




411 


37 


nar lorfl 


1 1 A "^Q 


1 9 An 


1 7 A 


Q 
Z 7 z 








1,376 


283 


i , 7 7 J 




9 1 R ^ 
Z , i J J 


1 A 


Howard 


C O Q A 
D , OOU 


1 All 


1 1 Q Q 
i , It3 J 


i 


2 2 






360 


405 


7 Q 




844 


1 Tn 
i ->U 


Kent 


1,398 


319 


309 






_ 


_ 




10 


337 


_ 


317 


17 


Montgomery 


50,607 


7,910 


8,326 


9,438 


54 


55 


2,347 


1,228 


1,214 


3,083 


13 


5,509 


984 


Prince George' s 


56,346 


4,220 


2,430 


1,995 




13 


7,875 


9,523 


1,909 


9,394 


9 


8,092 


571 


Queen Anne' s 


1,995 


446 


482 


265 


15 




65 






148 




332 


83 


S t . Mary ' s 


3,884 


952 


833 


500 










456 


25 








Somerset 


1,542 


379 


165 


345 


20 








131 


35 




333 




Talbot 


1,979 


411 


420 


235 










32 


183 


21 


322 


25 


Washington 


13,963 


2,988 


3,590 


255 






74 


62 


1,290 


168 




3,858 


92 


Wicomico 


4,952 


703 


500 








403 


393 


238 


1,113 




457 


18 


Worces ter 


2,397 


353 


400 


159 






143 


229 


333 






389 


35 



NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations of 
standard electives. 



TABLE 

40 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Bio logical 

Sciences 
Curriculum 
S tudy 


Bo tany , 
Horticul- 
ture, and 

Zoo logy 


Chemistry 


Advanced 
Chenu. s try 


Chemical 

Bond 
Approach 


Cnemi c a i 
Education 
Materials 
S tudy 


Physics 


Advanced 
Phy s X c s 


• 

Physical 
Science 
Study 

Comni ttee 


Other 

Science 


Total State 




2,298 


21,725 


1,114 


52 


2,862 


6,142 


87 


3,089 


6,552 


Al legany 


AAA 
000 






1 C\ 






1 1 ^ 
1 1 J 









Anne Arundel 


1,745 


776 


1,947 


135 


- 




597 


17 


51 


346 


Baltimore City 


- 


56 


4,066 


305 


- 


- 


1,629 


- 


- 


1,496 


Baltimore 


6,778 


692 


3,583 


43 


- 


856 


514 


38 


1,772 


3,528 


Calvert 


65 


- 


113 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


Caro 1 ine 


58 




194 








40 




10 




Carroll 


904 


- 


321 


- 


- 


128 


203 


- 


49 


46 


Cecil 


816 


- 


142 


- 


- 


91 


- 


- 


108 


- 


Charles 


379 


- 


138 


35 


- 


152 


45 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


34 


- 


142 


- 


- 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


3 JO 




J / 7 






Z JO 






HZ 


10 


Garrett 




_ 


85 




_ 




26 


_ 






Harford 


25 


44 


747 


180 


- 


- 


267 


- 


40 


- 


Howard 


607 


- 


434 


23 


52 


110 


174 


- 


26 


134 


Kent 


- 


- 


69 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


3,567 


546 


3,574 


97 




830 


1,030 


20 


756 


26 


Prince George's 


4,412 


95 


3,788 


123 




177 


902 


12 


175 


631 


Queen Anne' s 






71 


37 




31 


20 








St. Mary's 


813 


25 


189 


36 






18 




19 


18 


Somerset 






84 








50 








Talbot 


167 




53 


5 




59 






24 


22 


Washington 


564 




663 


56 




163 


140 








Wicomico 


535 




405 








111 




11 


65 


Worces ter 


103 


64 


139 








^2 









TABLE 

41 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local unic 


Total 
Mathe- 
matics 






Genera] 


Mathematics 






Univer si ty 
of Maryland 
Mathematics 
Pro j ec t 
(UMMaP) 


School 
Mathematics 
Study Group 

(SMSG) 


Ma the- 

ma tic s 
Voca- 
tional 


Algebra 


Junior High 


Senior High 


Elementary 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


I 


II 


Combi- 
na tion 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grades 
7 to 9 


Grades 
10 to 12 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 

riT HiohpT 




332 


643 


67,580 


58, 


428 


32, 


069 


13 


767 


5,321 


2,659 


4, 7 34 


4,500 


197 


717 


z , J jy 


8 


364 


43,256 


Al Legany 


6 


348 


1,417 


1, 


048 




576 




301 


302 


149 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94 




293 


756 


Ann6 ArundcL 


26 


703 


6,417 


5, 


272 


3, 


451 




782 


463 


203 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


257 


2,914 


Ba 1 timore Ci ty 


62 


789 


13,973 


11> 


868 


7, 


790 




396 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


/ O 






8,254 


Ba 1 tirnore 


53 


980 


10,410 


8, 


920 


5, 


690 




620 


- 


163 


- 


- 


- 


642 


7Q 1 


1 


743 


6,874 


L*a L ver t 


2 


315 


473 




515 








675 


186 


125 


- 


- 


- 


- 








151 


Caroline 




608 


415 




380 




126 




132 


56 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


194 




6 


623 


1,505 


1. 


313 




709 




331 


146 


53 


- 


- 


- 


- 


204 




124 


744 


C6C i 1 




635 


1,053 


1, 


045 




587 




345 


205 


32 


113 


- 


- 


- 






26 


592 


Char les 


5 


111 


1, 146 


1, 


012 




218 




761 


404 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 






329 


374 


Do rches ter 


2 


270 


532 




538 




352 




149 




















262 


Frederick 


7 


821 


1,571 


1, 


486 




669 




204 


118 


108 










414 




273 


1,039 


Garr e 1 1 


1 


840 


435 




352 




229 








62 










52 




89 


211 


Harford 


11 


219 


2,666 


2 


318 


1, 


103 




289 


34 


214 










110 




228 


1,291 


Howard 


7,157 


1,642 


1 


267 




487 




386 


125 


353 














265 


972 


Kent 


1 


448 


319 




307 




246 




160 


48 












- 






87 


Montgomery 


50 


761 


5,476 




350 


2, 


559 


1 


294 


122 


64 


4,426 


4,287 


97 


48 


105 


1 


356 


8,201 


Prince George ' s 


54,233 


12,205 


10 


940 


5, 


283 


1 


416 


1,423 


639 


147 


213 


100 


27 


65 


1 


500 


7,964 


Queen Anne' s 


1 


359 


282 




253 




278 




81 


52 
















18 


107 


St. Mary's 


3 


863 


952 




706 








362 


262 


169 














127 


399 


Somerset 


1 


733 


379 




522 




233 




174 


49 


















160 


Talbot 


1 


971 


628 




413 




283 




134 




20 
















175 


Washington 


8 


735 


1,893 


1 


761 




482 




468 


713 


229 


48 








26 




334 


781 


Wicomico 


5 


771 


1,298 


1 


415 




552 




199 


540 
















293 


528 


Worces ter 


2 


350 


493 




427 




166 




108 


73 


22 














109 


226 



NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations of standard 
electives. 



TABLE 

41 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Algebra 


Algebra 
and 
Trig- 
onometry 


Geome try 


Tr igonome try 




Calculus 


Aji3 lytic 
Geome try 

and 
Calculus 


Advanced 
Ma the- 

tnd tics 


A r\ 1 1 £- H 
n^/ p 1 L c (J 

Mathe- 
matics 

s umG r ) 


Other 
Ma the- 

ma tics 


In ter- 
med ia te 


rtU- 

vanced 


Combi ~ 
na tion 


Plane 


Plane 

and 
Solid 


Solid 
Geometry 


Analytic 
Geometry 


Probabi 1- 

ity and 
Statistics 


Total State 


2 3,673 


3,283 


1,350 


10,265 


9,326 


18,365 


480 


3,137 


316 


2, 108 


507 


2,389 


5,498 


7,815 


Al 1 Aopnv 
/\ i. ■Legally 


349 


50 


- 


165 


24 


465 


16 


95 


29 


21 




30 


168 




Anne Arundel 


1,839 


27 


- 


578 


78 


2,589 


- 


148 


54 


16 


- 


292 


123 


200 


Baltimore City 


3,654 


- 


- 


1,942 


2,812 


- 


- 


364 


22 


259 


121 


634 


2,621 


3,401 


Baltimore 


6, 133 


868 


75 


1,352 


- 


3,640 


- 


1,446 


- 


268 


- 


19 


1,186 


3,140 


Calvert 


124 






25 


18 


23 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Vjd J. W L J.LiC; 


- 


- 


- 


92 


45 


78 


- 


- 








36 






Carroll 


161 


108 


63 


235 


115 


574 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


202 


36 


- 


Cecil 


19 


- 


54 


174 


55 


265 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70 


- 


- 


Charles 


154 


259 


109 


- 


134 


103 


- 


108 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


i 






29 




C -5 
J J 






- 


- 


84 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


261 


162 


- 


159 


217 


477 


- 


28 


35 


17 




105 


27 


451 


Garrett 


90 


- 


- 




- 


125 


- 


12 






- 


25 


130 


28 


Harford 


1,036 


348 


286 


315 


47 


635 


- 


33 


- 


22 


- 


51 


193 


- 


Howard 


483 


149 




- 


444 


268 




270 


- 


- 


24 


22 


- 


- 


Kent 


78 






60 




114 






- 


- 


- 


29 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


5,921 


664 




2,631 


2,262 


5,027 


246 




21 


830 


81 


120 


573 




Prince George ' s 


1,849 


463 


542 


1,912 


2,190 


3, 132 


160 


486 


85 


639 


138 


155 


20 


540 


Queen Anne ' s 


146 










68 


50 










24 






St. Mary's 


213 




170 


47 




211 




27 








15 


203 




Somerset 


89 








25 


18 




15 




6 




43 




20 


Talbot 


110 






24 




82 




19 








32 


51 




Washing ton 


413 


185 


51 


327 


491 


125 






70 


30 


59 


99 


115 


35 


Wicomico 


230 






70 


250 


217 


8 


75 








96 






Worces ter 


169 






128 




76 




11 








290 


52 





TABLE 

42 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


La tin 


French 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


Grade 


7 


Grade 8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Leve 1 


Level 

T T 
I. X 


Total State 


3, 138 


1,652 


808 


66 


16 


596 


56,524 


7,717 


429 


8, 755 


1 , 883 


10,889 


13,308 


8,876 


2,942 


896 


829 


Allegany 


190 


96 


88 






6 


1,687 


382 




189 


112 


246 


432 


273 


42 


1 1 




Anne Arundel 


240 


158 


74 


8 






4,455 






1,113 


66 


1 , 551 


1,050 


473 


138 




64 


Baltimore City 


205 


196 






9 




10,562 


2,576 


15 


1,569 


589 


1, 759 


2, 260 


1,491 


260 


43 




Bal timore 


113 


72 


10 


- 




31 


8,919 




79 


1,872 


- 


1,651 


2,562 


1,765 


697 




18 


Calvert 


32 


■ 




* 




32 


443 


107 


- 


137 




117 


68 


- 


- 


- 


14 


Caroline 


44 


30 


14 








504 


161 




96 




109 


81 


48 


9 






Carro 1 1 


65 


44 


21 








584 










279 


140 


84 






81 


Cec i 1 














367 










229 


86 


41 






11 


Char les 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


607 


66 


- 


27 


51 


249 


138 


46 


- 


- 


30 


Dor che s ter 


5 




5 


- 


- 


- 


414 




- 


- 


~ 


210 


98 


51 


49 


6 


- 


Frederick 


242 


35 


48 




7 


152 


733 










388 


210 


54 


33 




48 


Garr e tt 














357 






94 




147 


98 


18 








Har ford 


148 


98 


41 


- 


- 


9 


985 


- 


48 


56 




305 


237 


238 


77 


24 


- 


Howard 


42 


19 








23 


2,088 


611 




345 


122 


274 


406 


190 


45 


50 


45 


Kent 


7 




7 








324 


32 


72 




46 


30 


72 


53 


12 


7 




Montgomery 


7 30 


374 


172 


52 




132 


12,705 


2,102 


74 


1,733 


386 


1,481 


2,812 


2,411 


1,061 


376 


269 


Prince George ' s 


426 


259 


75 






92 


8,258 


1,359 


141 


1,280 


426 


1,198 


1,904 


1,338 


388 


104 


120 


Queen Anne ' s 














194 










96 


56 


27 


15 






St. Mary's 


31 


31 










206 


18 








97 


60 


10 






21 


Somerset 














239 










112 


77 


38 


12 






Talbot 


62 


39 


17 


6 






152 










47 


63 


30 


12 






Washington 


258 


132 


112 






14 


1, 151 


303 




217 


53 


140 


202 


156 


14 




66 


Wicomico 


298 


69 


124 






105 


307 






27 


32 


59 


76 


23 


72 




18 


Worcester 














283 










115 


120 


18 


6 




24 



★French VI, 23. 



TABLE 

42 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Spanish 


German 


Russian 


To ta 1 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


1 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


To ta 1 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


To tal 


I 


II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Leve 1 
I 


Leve 1 
II 


Total State 


49,364 


5,215 


75 


5,810 


689 


15,790 


13,515 


5,874 


1,188 


279 


929 


5,963 


3,233 


1,606 


702 


422 


695 


187 


508 


All eg any 


729 


124 


- 


35 


160 


167 


168 


52 


12 




11 


















Anne Arundel 


2,938 


- 


- 


470 


- 


1, 230 


739 


258 


39 




202 


629 


329 


204 


96 










Baltimore City 


5,512 


1,299 




833 


309 


1, 213 


1 , 207 


545 


100 


6 




1,089 


503 


345 


192 


/49 


113 






Baltimore 


11,832 






1 ,948 




3, 529 


3,690 


1 , 803 


587 


^245 


30 


543 


297 


128 


60 


^58 


390 


167 


a223 


Calvert 




- 


- 




- 






























Cciro L ine 


48 


- 


- 


- 


- 




19 








29 
















* 


Carroll 


564 


- 


- 


- 


- 


329 


156 


50 






29 


378 


215 


121 


42 










Cecil 


204 










118 


60 


26 






" 


106 


63 


20 


23 










Charles 


354 






; 




228 


98 


28 
























Dorches ter 




- 


- 


- 


- 










I 


I 


_ 


I 


l 










_ 




578 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 1 


160 


56 


6 




45 


















Garrett 








































Harford 


983 










526 


330 


111 


16 






429 


229 


127 


52 


21 


1 7 




bi -1 
"1 / 


Howard 


837 










493 


236 


36 


33 


9 


30 


78 


63 


15 






19 




C19 


Kent 


135 












88 


47 
























Montgomery 


13,188 


2,073 


22 


1,611 


97 


3,850 


3,466 


1,678 


163 




228 


1,546 


898 


321 


122 


^205 


101 


7 


d94 


Prince George' s 


9,388 


1,647 


53 


825 


123 


2,963 


2,463 


949 


80 


19 


266 


1,095 


606 


315 


115 


659 


55 


13 


e42 


Queen Anne' s 


122 


22 








73 


21 


6 
























St. Mary's 


380 


50 








177 


104 


14 


8 




27 


















Somerset 








































Talbot 


164 










81 


67 


16 
























Washington 


647 










219 


196 


126 


74 




32 


70 


30 


10 




^30 








Wicomico 


669 






88 




228 


210 


73 


70 






















Worcester 


92 










55 


37 



























/German VI, 31. 

j^Includes the following taking: Hebrew I, 17; Hebrew II, 23; Swahili I, 53; Swahili II, 20. 

aincludes the following taking: Spanish VI, 7; German V, 13; German Combination, 6; Russian III, 58; Russian IV, 14; Russian Combination, 52. 

bHebrew I, 17. 

cRussian Combination, 19. 

dincludes the following taking: German Combination, 205; Russian Combination, 19; Hebrew I, 69. 
eincludes the following taking: German Combination, 59; Italian I, 22; Russian Combination, 20. 
fGerman Combination, 30. 



TABLE 

43 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Bal timore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somer se t 

Talbot 
Washing ton 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



Total 
Agricul- 
ture 



5,702 

81 
99 
113 
531 
16 

48 
238 
45 
44 

288 

859 
207 
374 
28 
118 



447 
125 
145 

63 

97 
776 
63 
17 



General 
Agricul ture 



Grade 

7 



353 



268 



48 
37 



Grade 

8 



67 



25 



42 



Orna- 
mental 
Horti- 
culture 



170 



59 



21 

38 



52 



Other 
Agricul- 
ture 



97 



13 



46 



38 



Vocational Agriculture 











I & II 


III cS. IV 


Floricul ture 


Other 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 


Combi- 


and 


Combi- 










na tion 


nation 


Horticulture 


nation 


, 264 


469 


270 


302 


1 f,T A 
i , D 1 o 


1 1 "J 


258 


721 


81 












- 


- 


22 








35 






25 






- 


- 






113 




20 


14 


25 


- 


- 


- 


145 


- 


16 














- 






Z J 


2 3 








- 


157 


39 




21 


2 1 












- 




23 


_ 




9 


32 




- 


- 




- 


- 


12 


102 


27 






jy 






120 


197 


95 


42 


25 


231 


25 




198 


8 


21 


52 




55 




- 


71 






42 


73 


40 


19 




57 


28 




















30 


88 








33 


17 






658 


16 




7 


47 






69 


236 






20 




65 


60 












106 








7 






32 


63 
















10 


15 


17 


34 








21 


260 


116 




24 


143 


53 




128 










42 






21 


7 




7 


3 











TABLE 

44 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 





Total 
Home 
Economics 








General Horr.e 


Econorr.ic s 








Local Unit 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 


1 1 
i i 


Grade 
12 


Combination 


Senior 
Program 


Other 


Total State 


103,575 


21,750 


25,984 


13,626 


1 ft "^7 
L , J / 


D J 7 


526 


5,296 


3,914 


35 


Allegany 


2,754 


580 


692 


140 


- 


- 




93 


190 




Anne Arunde 1 


7,552 


1,432 


1,816 


1,300 


51 


- 


37 


108 


178 




Baltimore City 


22,345 


5,539 


5,278 




- 


- 








_ 


Bal timore 


17,943 


765 


5,426 


5,013 


- 


- 






218 


19 


Calvert 


961 




















Caroline 


592 


98 


155 


124 


33 


- 




182 






Carroll 


1,726 


391 


360 


98 


- 


- 




252 


255 




Cecil 


1,062 


294 


250 


67 


- 


16 


21 


35 


16 




Charles 


1,655 


401 


489 


170 


74 


41 


63 


191 


121 




Dorches ter 


629 


203 


180 


70 


38 


32 


11 


25 


70 




Frederick 


2,382 


566 


648 


349 


63 


20 


15 


575 


67 




Garrett 


506 


139 


123 




18 


20 


23 


27 






Harford 


2,702 


670 


741 


438 


274 


123 


84 


50 


38 




Howard 


1,994 


539 


442 


53 








666 


141 


12 


Kent 


389 


138 


34 


63 


66 


45 


43 








Mon tgomery 


11,117 


2,153 


1,941 


1,827 


469 


98 


44 


1,291 


1,272 




Prince George's 


18,872 


5,336 


5,210 


3,152 


369 


87 


48 


490 


894 




Queen Anne' s 


457 


191 


157 
















St. Mary's 


1,124 


333 


245 


92 


40 


12 


39 


359 




4 


Somerset 


413 


81 


116 


56 


26 


70 


64 








Talbot 


503 


210 


84 










78 






Washington 


3,204 


915 


829 


204 


187 


11 


19 


617 


297 




Wicomico 


1,835 


538 


468 


338 


129 


64 


15 


91 


125 




Worcester 


358 


238 


300 


72 




50 




16o 







TABLE 

44 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Vocational Home Economics 



Locsl Unit 






ill 


IV 


Combina tion 


Clo thing 
Manag emen t , 
Production, 
and Services 


Food 
Manag emen t ^ 
Produc tion, 
and Services 


Care and 
Guidance 
of Children 


Marriage 
and the 
Family 


ther 




4 , C5 J i 


1 ft R A 


QSi '^ 

yoj 


Q 1 Q 


i , / DO 




A 1 7.7 


J , Z J / 




Z , -5 / J 


Allegany 


391 


216 


63 


44 


228 


- 


67 


50 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


557 


654 


187 


15 


744 


- 


226 


148 


- 


99 


Baltimore City- 


3,245 


1,408 


172 


- 


- 


1,842 


1,719 


613 


1,730 


799 


Bait imore 






- 


- 




1,893 


2,317 




1,017 


1,275 


v^aiver u 






















Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


13 


33 


- 


23 


46 


- 


- 


211 


44 


- 


Cecil 


213 


13 


54 


42 


41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


65 


- 


- 


40 


- 


- 


Dorches ter 






















Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79 


- 


- 


Garrett 


55 


13 


20 


13 


- 


- 


- 


55 


- 


- 


Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


275 


- 


Howard 














39 


102 






Kent 






















Montgomery 










59 




164 


1,540 


259 




Prince George's 


210 


942 


473 


782 


278 




181 


259 


68 


93 


Queen Anne' s 




















109 


St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 


38 


25 


16 








24 


28 






Washington 




49 












10 


66 




Wicomico 
















67 






Worcester 























TABLE 

45 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Industrial 

Ar ts 
Education 




Genera 1 


[ndustrial Art 


s 


Drawing 


General Woodwork 


Grad€ 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Cotnb i ~ 
na t ion 


Mechanical 


Other 


I 


II 


III 


Comoi- 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
na tion 


Total State 


107,036 


18,559 






1 lis 




AS9 
H JZ 




4 


229 


Dbo 


ibo 


J, 0/0 


i , JHO 


'^ 1 A 7 






A S 9 


Allegany 


2, 396 


547 


691 


522 


141 


33 


35 


72 












12 


74 


11 


11 


- 


Anne Arundel 


8,344 


1,486 


2,262 


1,480 


- 


- 


18 


188 




150 




21 


117 


108 


615 


317 


41 


187 


Baltimore City 


18,639 


1,631 


1,240 


533 


67 


21 


175 


- 




- 






4,919 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,400 


Bal timore 


19,854 


813 


5,456 


5,781 




- 


- 


141 


1 


304 




- 


- 


769 


1,547 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 


670 


138 




HJ 


90 










- 


















Caroline 


492 


7 1 


134 


103 


39 


- 


- 


132 












- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1,636 


361 


385 


69 


55 


- 


- 


- 




69 






1 7 
L J 


14 


84 


81 


- 


94 


Cecil 


1,306 


333 


245 


162 


- 


- 


- 


108 




42 


23 


_ 


90 


- 


44 


46 


- 


107 


Charles 


1,651 


385 


543 


72 


41 






173 




23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


208 


39 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


652 


246 




18 


9 ^ 


44 




16 




59 


















Frederick 


2, 105 


574 


509 


297 


21 


- 


- 


248 




27 


zo 


H J 


j4 


- 


16 


- 


- 


161 


Garrett 


649 


171 


131 


130 


- 


- 


- 


70 




147 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


2,952 


761 


748 


191 


18 


- 


- 


27 




253 


84 


12 


93 


9 


234 


124 


29 


61 


Howard 


2,435 


617 


J 7 J 


->U / 












94 






48 


9 ^ 

2d 




OA 


Q 9 




Kent 


325 


138 


32 


95 








29 






















Montgomery 


14,234 


2,455 


2,381 


2,859 




29 




383 


1 


019 


116 




125 


493 


1,116 


472 


109 


201 


Prince George' s 


20, 111 


5,370 


5,227 


3,901 


161 


64 


25 


321 




901 


181 


72 


278 


71 


1,039 


244 


90 


272 


Queen Anne ' s 


388 


130 


117 










45 






















St. Mary's 


967 


343 


275 


99 


23 






199 




28 


















Somerset 


309 


46 


103 


95 


24 


23 


18 
























Talbot 


461 


207 


89 


51 


16 






57 




27 


14 
















Washington 


3,656 


900 


854 


197 


234 


118 


55 


383 




86 


23 


18 


133 












Wicomico 


1,913 


561 


420 


353 


223 


199 


100 


11 












46 










Worces ter 


891 


275 


291 


90 








235 























TABLE 

45 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


General Metalwork 






Power 
Mechan- 
ics 


Printing 


Automotive Mechanics 
and Maintenance 




Other 
Industrial 

Arts 
Education 


I 


II 


III 


\j om D 1 ~ 
na tion 


Elec- 
tric i ty 


Elec- 
tronic s 


I 


II 


III 


Comb i~ 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Comb 1 - 
nation 


Gr aphi c 
Arts 


LO 1 o L.a 


2,131 


895 


185 


2,610 




1 , U JO 


1 , / j-5 


367 


96 


32 


1,464 


361 


182 


99 


86 


9 riQ A 
L , U^H 


9 Aft 

J , zoo 


Allegany 


1 1 


41 


11 








- 










92 


28 


26 




17 


21 


Anne Arundel 


393 


99 


3 


15 


D J 














89 


30 


10 




4 36 


t J 


Baltimore City 








2,085 






1 Oft") 


- 


- 


- 


1,453 








86 






Ba 1 1 imo r e 


632 


155 


" 


211 


1 LI 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


L -50 


1 7nft 


L«a i ver t 




































Caroline 
































13 


- 


C arm] 1 
V^a L 1 (J i. J. 


80 


47 


19 




42 


k 1 


79 


















63 




Cec i 1 


58 


16 




32 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Char 1 e s 


95 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 9 








































Frederick 


12 


33 






- 


- 


- 










18 


62 






- 


- 


Garre 1 1 






- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 






na 1 1 (J L u 


87 


34 


25 










66 


32 






22 


32 


10 








Howard 


30 


32 


41 


56 




LU i 
























Kent 










_ 




_ 










15 


16 






_ 


_ 


Montgomery 


218 








462 


129 


285 


127 






11 


55 








886 


303 


Prince George ' s 


515 


88 


86 


iSl 




296 


87 


174 


64 


32 












371 




Queen Anne ' s 
























54 




42 








St. Mary's 




































Somerset 




































Talbot 




































Washington 




350 






101 














16 


14 


11 






163 


Wicomico 




































Worcester 





































TABLE 

46 



Industrial Education (Vocational- Indus trial ) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 





Total 










Bui Iding 


















Vocational- 


Air Condi- 






Beauty 


Trades , 








Elec- 










Industrial 


tioning 




Automo- 


Operator 


Stone- 








tricity 




General 




Local Unit 


and 


and 


Ar t 


tive 


Training- 


masonry, 


Cabinet 


Car- 


Draft- 


and 


Food 


Occu- 


Graphic 


Vocational- 


Refrig- 


Mechan- 


( Cosme- 


Tilesetting, 


Making 


pentry 


ing 


Elec- 


Trades 


pations 


Arts 




Technical 


era tion 




ics 


tology) 


Brick- 








tronics 










Education 










laying 
















Total State 


45 , S07 


549 


657 


4,809 


2,709 


1,880 


732 


1,809 


2,928 


2,613 


825 


1,914 


327 


Allegany 


698 


31 


- 


92 


86 


34 


37 




20 


20 


24 




- 


Anne Arundel 


2,971 






650 


69 


32 


99 


21 




137 




153 




Baltimore City 


12, 154 


115 


554 


713 


458 


589 


188 


577 


1,889 


837 


368 


240 




Bait iino r e 


4,765 


21 


40 


949 


262 


40 




166 


216 


178 


94 


69 




Calvert 


297 


27 




61 


35 


28 




29 


33 


35 


32 






Caroline 


197 


- 


- 


36 


36 




20 


18 


29 








- 


Carroll 


1,217 






140 


152 


100 




116 


89 


82 


28 


54 




Cec i 1 


756 


28 




82 


58 


31 




36 


9 


28 


35 






Charles 


508 






118 


78 


33 




39 


20 


36 








Dorches ter 


349 


_ 


_ 


















183 




Frederick 


2,785 


- 




188 


~ 


322 




153 


249 


264 




255 


144 


Garrett 


549 






121 








96 


140 


97 


53 






Harford 


1,109 






132 


56 


30 


60 




93 


33 


35 


235 




Howard 


770 


36 




217 


106 


60 




37 


29 


97 




5 




Kent 


502 


25 


32 






48 


- 


31 




42 


- 


226 


28 


Montgomery 


3,450 


74 




815 


386 


86 


295 


133 




186 




268 




Prince George's 


6,975 


130 




272 


545 


220 




174 


78 


310 


45 


84 


155 


Queen Anne' s 


685 








199 


62 




34 




21 








St. Mary's 


471 






30 


43 


34 




15 




28 


12 






Somerset 


58 


























Talbot 


287 


24 








45 




5 




13 








Washington 


1,166 


38 


31 


53 


45 


34 


14 


39 




36 


38 


109 




Wicomico 


807 






63 


35 


32 


19 


27 


34 


62 


31 






Worcester 


251 






2- 


60 


2C 








"- 




1 1 





Mach- 
ine 
Shop 



Maint I 
nanc ' 
and 
Senri 
Mec 



1,453 

20 
105 
398 
362 



160 
28 



104 
42 
64 
19 



118 



33 



:,i2 

6 
66 



Industrial Education (Vocational- Industrial ) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



TABLE 

46 



















Service 




























Radio 


Trades - 




Distribu- 


Diversi- 


Work 


Other 


Vocational 




Medical 


Me tal 


Needle 


Nurse ' s 


Prac tica 1 


Print- 


and 


Barber ing , 


Weld- 


tive 


fied 


Experience 


Voca tiona 1- 


Technica 1 


Local Unit 


Assistant 


Work 


Trades 


Aide 


Nursing 


ing 


Tele- 


Shoe 


ing 


Education 


Occupa- 


On- the- Job 


Industrial 


Education 
















vision 


Repairing, 






tions 


Training 


Education 




















Etc. 














al State 


275 


574 


765 


514 


786 


955 


356 


619 


734 


6,657 


437 


9 , 308 


1,827 


668 


Allegany 


14 


- 


28 


20 




22 


- 


- 


- 


190 


- 




- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


65 






87 


45 










633 




875 










85 


652 


186 


320 


323 


165 


580 


259 


909 






822 


265 


Rill t"Tmr» TP 


32 






80 


25 


93 


37 




37 


713 


425 


248 


559 


67 


Calver t 








17 






















Caroline 


22 






21 




- 


- 


- 






- 


15 






Carrol 1 




55 


31 




72 








22 


16 






81 


19 


Ceci 1 


10 






10 


52 


17 


17 




30 


86 




199 






Char 1 e s 
























184 






Dor che s ter 




















131 




35 






Frederick 


- 


67 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


164 


- 


689 


100 


- 


Garrett 






























Harford 












23 












316 






Howard 


38 






37 




29 








17 






36 




Kent 


40 


- 


- 




- 




- 


_ 


- 




- 


30 




- 


Montgomery 




29 








224 


101 




108 


1,053 




4,309 


138 


184 


Prince George' s 


54 


262 


33 


14 




183 


36 


39 


116 


1,979 


12 


1,915 


48 


67 


Queen Anne' s 










131 








115 


73 










St. Mary's 










13 










63 




170 






Somerset 




















58 










Talbot 










18 










151 






6 




Washington 




76 






91 


29 






25 


156 




236 


17 


66 


Wicomico 






21 


15 


19 


12 






22 


265 




87 


20 




Worcester 








27 























TABLE 

47 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local L'nit 


Total 
Business 
Educa- 
tion 


Intro- 
duction 
to 

Business 


In tro- 
duction to 
Business 
and 
Type- 
writing 


Business 
Arith- 
metic 


Typewri ting 


Type- 
writing 
and 


Ad- 
vanced 
Type- 
writing 
and 
Office 
Practice 


Clerical 

Office 
Practice 


• 

Clsrica 1 
3.nd 
Secretarial 
Office 
Pr ac tice 


Shorthand 


I 


II 


I 

and 
11 


Personal 
Use 


Short- 
hand 


I 


II 


I 
and 
II 


Total State 


133,003 


8,407 


3, 057 


18,465 


30,854 


12,315 


292 


11,689 


3,070 




6,038 


2,773 


7,402 


2,361 


142 


Allegany 


2,634 


283 




513 


639 


189 


36 


65 




72 


117 


64 


195 


63 


- 


Anne Arundel 


12,676 


21 


I 


2,497 


2 808 


821 




684 


402 


346 


962 


163 


461 


207 




Baltimore City 


33,042 


450 




3,892 


7)890 


2,862 


- 


5,085 






3,344 


1,145 


864 


481 


- 


Bal timore 


18,329 


214 


2,689 


2,725 


451 


2,099 


- 


1,222 


1,770 


1,213 


104 




1,345 


526 


- 


Calvert 


735 


112 




19 


244 


73 


- 


34 








24 


53 


12 


- 


Caroline 


1, 171 


180 




291 


233 


77 


- 








22 


27 


58 


26 




Carroll 


2,392 


166 


61 


180 


745 


237 




129 




89 


29 


31 


211 


48 


32 


Cecil 


1,527 


66 


30 


71 


503 


196 


42 




_ 




17 


44 


137 


65 




Charles 


2,191 


215 




240 


673 


227 


- 


119 




36 


68 


34 


161 


57 


- 


Dorches ter 


1,352 


91 




237 


384 


112 


22 


- 








25 


28 


12 


33 


Frederick 


4,180 


425 


173 


562 


977 


351 




48 


74 


69 


90 


121 


253 


90 


48 


Garrett 


987 


89 




239 


300 


105 












45 


35 


27 




Harford 


4,823 


284 




707 


1,381 


464 




99 


_ 


27 


90 


171 


338 


41 




Howard 


2,442 


132 


_ 


297 


700 


218 


45 


144 


66 


22 


63 


73 


187 


54 




Kent 


695 


72 


- 


54 


354 


28 










17 




55 


10 




Montgomery 


13,139 


840 


22 


1,041 


4,690 


1,163 


114 


1,218 


40 


60 


190 


179 


1,179 


213 


29 


Prince George's 


24,119 


3,199 


32 


3,411 


5,715 


2,094 


33 


1,374 


685 


513 


450 


274 


1,214 


249 




Queen Anne' s 


873 






91 


168 


91 




37 






173 


99 


61 


15 




St. Mary's 


1,576 


247 




56 


472 


208 




46 






75 




111 


32 




Somerset 


994 


165 




181 


273 


72 






33 




27 




30 


19 




Talbot 


955 


238 




111 


161 


74 




104 






21 


22 


50 


25 




Washington 


3,632 


411 




687 


588 


307 




449 






119 


200 


210 


65 




Wicomico 


2,304 


363 




276 


342 


157 




589 






30 




62 






Worcester 


1,235 








153 


S5 














54 


35 





TABLE 

47 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 





Local Unit 


Record 
Keep- 
ing 


Secre- 
tarial 
Office 
Practice 


Bookkeeping 


Business 
Eco- 
nomics 


Business 
Law 


Business 

Eco- 
nomics 

and 
Business 

Law 


Business 
Organi- 
za tion 

and 
Manage- 
ment 


Sales- 
manship 


Salesma 
and 


nship 


Data 
Pro- 
cessing 


Eco- 
nomics 
of 

Distribu- 
ion (Job 
Problems) 


Other 
Business 
Education 


I 


II 


I 
and 
II 


Business 
Economics 


Business 
Law 


roil State 


2,124 


544 


9 


565 


1,325 


148 


1,377 


2,645 


1,347 


388 


807 


103 


172 


3,749 


430 


3,947 


Allegany 


7 






196 




" 




5 1 


12 








1 1 


48 




73 


Anne Arundel 


555 


76 


1 


009 


135 


12 


7 


119 


362 




17 


54 


32 


704 


200 


22 


Baltimore City 


216 


_ 


1 


752 


367 




496 


778 


_ 


189 


_ 


_ 


_ 


813 


_ 


2,418 


Baltimore 


_ 




2 


039 


347 


- 


188 


205 


432 


55 


453 


_ 


_ 


117 


_ 


135 


Calvert 


54 


_ 




- 






_ 


16 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


46 


_ 


43 


Caroline 








100 




- 




56 


77 










24 






Carroll 




29 




177 


16 




11 


44 












114 




43 


Cecil 


26 


57 




105 






_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


70 


_ 


_ 


88 


Charles 




33 




187 


19 


- 


26 


_ 


40 


_ 


56 




_ 




_ 


_ 


Dorchester 


87 


35 




94 


- 




_ 


39 


46 






_ 


_ 


107 


_ 


_ 


Frederick 


110 


69 




289 


6 






1 29 


87 




20 






124 


41 


24 


Garrett 


22 






48 


1 ^ 
















15 








Harford 


- 


9 




229 






- 


75 


62 


- 


70 


- 


- 


470 


- 


306 


Howard 


104 


23 




130 




32 


_ 


47 


_ 


_ 






_ 


61 


_ 


44 


Kent 


- 


- 




42 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


47 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


187 


27 




705 


7 


46 


84 


201 


91 


21 


9 






256 


125 


402 


Prince George ' s 


642 


106 


1 


527 


309 




351 


666 


59 


108 


182 


49 




615 


64 


148 


Queen Anne ' s 








104 
























29 


St. Mary's 


25 


22 




101 


8 


58 


15 


28 




15 








52 




5 


Somerset 


23 






68 






62 


41 


















Talbot 








99 










47 
















Washington 


28 


3 




313 


85 






115 


11 










38 






Wicomico 


38 


25 




139 






137 














50 




96 


Worcester 




30 




112 


14 






25 


21 








28 


63 




71 



TABLE 

48 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972-73 



Local Unit 


To ta i 
Physical 
and 
Health 
Educa tion 














P 


■v.'sical Ecucatior. 


















Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade IC 


Grade 


11 


Grade 12 


Co-bina tion 


Otbei 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


Total State 


315,896 


32,843 


30,824 


29 


,389 


29,520 


24,519 


23,708 


22,176 


20,179 


10,397 


9 


, 110 


5,777 


3,419 


13,027 


10,143 


7,92^ 


All ppflnv 

t\ J. J. C ^ a "■J 


5,656 


512 


338 




577 


413 


85 


75 


112 


44 


37 




_ 


263 


~ 


240 


165 


22' 


Anne Arundel 


26,388 


3,564 


3,658 


2 


,540 


2,688 


1,472 


1,286 


213 


187 


70 




33 


239 


27 


2,465 


1, 142 


1,7C- 


Baltimore City 


46,820 


6,809 


5,725 


5 


,085 


5,643 


3,601 


3,724 


5,252 


4,911 


2,435 


2 


,014 


799 


822 








Baltimore 


58,123 


5,631 


5,401 


5 


, 576 


5,260 


5,808 


5,773 


5,342 


5,340 


4,528 


4 


, 790 


1,948 


1,100 


551 


424 


4a. 


Calvert 


2,071 


- 


- 




~ 


- 


~ 


- 


- 




- 






18 


— 


252 


224 




PaTrt 1 1 TIP 


2,008 


236 


220 




225 


211 


216 


206 


220 


218 








- 




161 


95 




Carroll 


6,852 


452 


412 




458 


399 


608 


469 


549 


665 


94 




20 


133 


49 


247 


230 


30^ 


Cecil 


4,570 


356 


442 




434 


555 


486 


551 


394 


456 








56 




256 


162 




Charles 


5,258 




43 




- 


108 


263 


233 






- 








- 


373 


159 


12( 


Dorchester 


1,992 


304 


242 




312 


213 


- 


- 


55 


37 


68 




32 


45 


16 


67 


31 


• 




s sss 

O , OJJ 


885 


834 




873 


702 


758 


541 


59 


44 


- 




51 


58 


32 


1,247 


1,139 


97; 


Garrett 


2,153 


180 


215 




158 


226 


181 


96 




32 












543 


322 


2; 


Harford 


9,508 


1,268 


1,196 


1 


,309 


1,253 


145 


125 


575 


354 


61 




53 


124 


31 


286 


304 


13'. 


Howard 


6,082 


179 


143 




106 


92 


214 


187 


233 


172 


82 






120 


68 


256 


310 


94: 


Kent 


1,545 


83 


37 




112 


58 


184 


155 


146 


150 


54 




30 






71 


20 


15' 


Montgoaery 


45,171 


3,614 


3,168 


3 


,308 


3,439 


3,705 


3,583 


2,637 


1,890 


794 


1 


,289 


899 


708 


1,495 


1,296 


29'. 


Prince George's 


54,862 


5,826 


5,997 


5 


,541 


5,591 


5,218 


5,526 


5,136 


4,547 


1,750 




535 


912 


406 


1,905 


1,897 


1,14 


Queen Anne's 


1,726 


221 


241 




256 


225 




















483 


300 




St. Mary's 


3,612 


504 


480 




397 


364 




















367 


302 


5: 


Somerset 


1,635 


204 


149 




189 


167 


133 


100 


105 


106 


99 




104 


82 


72 


30 


39 


5( 


Talbot 


1,790 


151 


157 




130 


178 


215 


167 


53 


166 












222 


41 


11: 


Washington 


10,328 


990 


927 




952 


923 


501 


199 


326 


170 


181 




95 


18 


50 


1,219 


1,430 


67: 


Wicomico 


6,483 


597 


569 




564 


528 


550 


545 


548 


515 


74 




43 


43 


33 


72 


52 


49c 


Worcester 


2,408 


277 


230 




287 


284 


176 


167 


221 


1"5 


/ 




21 








59 





NOTE: Boys - B; Girls - G. 



TABLE 

48 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 














Physical 


and Health Education 








Health Education 


Grade 


7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combination 


Other 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Other 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


■1 State 


3,505 


3 


584 


3,823 


3, 128 




566 


5,899 


1, 144 


1,090 


80 


242 


277 


73 


3,239 


3,054 


868 


512 


1,654 


1,564 


1,734 


900 


Allegany 


272 




316 


247 


314 




589 


542 


_ 


_ 








_ 


163 


101 


22 












Anne Arundel 






- 






1 


314 


834 


465 


555 


- 


- 


- 


- 


323 


461 








1, 143 






Baltimore City 


































- 












Baltimore 


































- 


- 


- 


- 


168 


- 


Calvert 


169 




161 


296 


46 




106 


23 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


304 


333 


- 






132 






Caroline 










_ 








_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Carroll 


189 




193 


191 


186 




- 


222 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


172 


158 


_ 


254 


198 


Cecil 


95 




69 


72 


71 
























- 


67 




46 






Charles 


618 




500 


496 


362 




326 


398 














227 


255 


35 




- 




559 


178 


Dorches ter 














279 


291 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






- 


~ 










Frederick 


- 






26 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


633 


_ 


_ 






_ 


Garrett 














71 


73 




















_ 


_ 




28 


_ 


Harford 














100 


1, 146 














20 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Howard 


326 




287 


294 


307 




654 


517 














273 


128 


155 










32 


Kent 






























67 


71 


- 


68 


59 


21 






Montgomery 


1,697 


1 


913 


1,829 


1,674 


1 


386 


1,289 


672 


474 


80 


216 


252 


45 


693 


690 












137 


Prince George's 


139 




145 


372 


168 




269 


242 




61 




26 




28 






23 


205 


897 


63 


296 




Queen Anne ' s 














































St. Mary's 














236 


240 














269 


400 














Somerset 














































Talbot 








































117 


78 




Washing ton 
















32 










25 




900 


596 














Wicomico 






































540 




351 


355 


Worces ter 














167 


























42 







no;: Boys - B; Girls - G. 



TABLE 

49 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Music 


Music 


Basic Musicianship 


Chorus 


Voca . 
and 
Instru- 
mental 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


162,951 


54,687 


17,582 


5,425 


1,911 


1,051 


154 


11 


13,443 


8,859 


6,759 


10,772 


Al legany 


4,914 


1,422 


1 , 303 


228 


105 


30 


9 




102 


91 


190 




Anne Arundel 


14,770 


/. A ^ 


H , oUD 


Tin 




87 






68 1 


344 


284 


983 


Baltimore City 


28,278 


1 Q 7=; 

io , £5 / J 






92 








619 


1,355 




- 


Baltimore 


38,112 


6,561 


7,000 


3,892 


329 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6,785 


1,805 


726 


3,817 


Calvert 


715 


232 


- 


- 


34 


- 


- 


- 


185 


- 


- 


- 


Caro 1 ine 




420 


33 














30 


155 


1 fi 


Carroll 


3,297 




Q T T 


24 










140 


274 


181 


185 


Cecil 


1,390 


Ml 
III 


1 R "7 
i J / 




1 1 Q 

1 io 








229 






57 


Charles 


1,769 


624 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


73 


119 


133 


105 


Dorchester 


1,242 


426 


- 


44 


157 


- 


- 


- 


39 


25 


86 


108 


Frederick 


4,975 


1 rt 9 s 

i , UZ J 






/. /. 


OD 










7 fi A 
/ iSD 


471 

H / J. 


Garrett 


1,181 


ioZ 




93 




6 






107 


266 




- 


Harford 


5,301 


856 


709 




480 


32 






305 


271 


508 


803 


Howard 


2,811 


782 


175 






51 






137 


84 


146 


444 


Kent 


452 


57 


150 
















149 


5 


Montgomery 


16,030 


4,843 


269 




120 


277 


28 




1,567 


1,873 


878 


346 


Prince George' s 


20,766 


7,418 


229 




23 


384 


48 


11 


1,511 


1,300 


1,590 


1,432 


Queen Anne' s 


1,070 


160 


135 




85 








53 


35 


95 


181 


St. Mary's 


1,759 


535 


226 




75 








115 


61 


128 


193 


Somerset 


237 


108 


96 




















Talbot 


1,335 


190 


293 






13 






64 




130 


321 < 


Washington 


7,107 


2,926 


167 


101 


26 


29 






231 


178 


321 


739 ' 


Wicomico 


2,901 


721 


336 


333 


23 


59 


25 




115 


281 


209 


145 


Worcester 


1,511 


397 


483 






17 






54 


39 


64 


15 1 



TABLE 

49 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Band 


Orchestra 


Music 
History 
and 
Literature 


Creative 
Music 
Arts 


Other 
Music 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 




11 461 


8, 879 


1,166 


344 


1 699 


1,853 


728 


5,061 


All egany 


159 


274 


358 


- 


- 


150 




Q 9 




Anne Arundel 


423 


720 


823 


46 


8 


150 


101 




- 


Baltimore City 


993 


810 


479 


161 


331 


- 


573 


153 


3,837 


Bal timore 


3,064 


1,351 


480 


516 


136 


22 


299 


188 


1, 141 


Calvert 


117 


53 


94 








- 


- 


- 


V«d L U J. i.lLc 


119 


28 


225 


- 


- 


- 








Carroll 


142 


301 


257 


34 


19 


23 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


176 


138 


269 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


69 


Charles 


206 


431 


36 








42 


- 


- 


Dorches ter 


166 


108 


83 








- 


- 


- 




200 


413 


483 


- 


14 


57 


109 






Garrett 


152 


220 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 


- 


- 


Harford 


348 


378 


375 


20 


16 


188 


12 


- 


- 


Howard 


zoo 












135 


24 


- 


Kent 






32 








- 


56 


- 


Montgomery 


958 


2,147 


1,488 


171 


245 


642 


178 






Prince George's 


1,629 


2,387 


2,025 


136 


75 


163 


196 


195 


14 


Queen Anne ' s 


121 


20 


165 










20 




St. Mary's 


174 


164 


88 














Somer se t 


12 




21 














Talbot 


31 




238 








55 






Washington 


978 


758 


370 


73 




147 


63 






Wicomico 


77 


272 


239 


9 




4 


53 






Worcester 


75 


192 








153 


22 







TABLE 

50 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Art 


Arts 
and 
Crafts 






Ar I 




"I 1 ■ 


Funda- 
mentals 
of 
Art 


Com- 
mercial 
Art 


History 
of 
Art 


Paintings 
and 
Sculp- 
ture 


. - 

vanced 
Studio 
Experi- 
ences 


Other 
Art 


T 
L 


T T 
L L 


T T T 

J. J. J. 


TV 

JLV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


135, 151 


33, 279 


38,620 


24,9:47 


9 , 329 


1 , 804 


4, 258 


12, 107 


1 , 734 


399 


2,071 


4, 178 


4,925 


Allegany 


3,593 


430 


1,362 


1,260 


153 


162 


96 


92 


_ 


_ 


_ 


38 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


13,080 


8,053 


2,130 


409 


46 


49 


- 


813 


53 


- 


212 


1,191 


124 


Baltimore City 


23, 134 




8, 753 


5,431 


1,034 


811 




4, 446 






341 


134 


2, 184 


Bal timore 


34, 171 




10,807 


10, 263 


6,876 


■ 




3,003 


921 


78 


472 


325 


1,426 


Calvert 


564 


39 


342 


37 






* 


146 












Caroline 


1,068 


547 


228 


91 


_ 




202 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


2,527 


160 


1,279 


742 


40 


17 


150 


7 


72 


- 


11 


49 


- 


Cecil 


1 , 028 


250 


301 


160 


20 


24 


179 








31 




63 


Charles 


1 t; ir\ 
1 , JZU 


DO 


1 , i 3d 


O Q "7 
ZO / 


i J 




14 














Dorchester 


1 n D "3 

i , \JQJ 




3 i 3 


472 


70 














28 




Frederick 


3,603 


1,420 


414 


120 


21 


48 


597 


64 


71 


135 


185 


419 


109 


Garrett 


820 


365 


58 


223 


102 


- 


44 


- 


- 


28 








nar tora 


J , ZC5U 


O j4 


oU / 


694 






/. T "5 


268 


34 




Q 1 


/. 1 
41 


JO 


Howard 


AAA 


ion 


<^ 
DZZ 


3l3 


1 1 

iz 


OH 




DO 


oti 




Z / 


33 




Kent 


job 


iz 


244 


9 3 


19 


















Montgomery 


14,788 


5,243 


2,529 


300 


112 


257 


539 


2,247 


451 


67 


677 


1,405 


961 


Prince George' s 


18,857 


9,380 


4,651 


2,514 


717 


262 


578 


235 


29 




34 


457 




Queen Anne ' s 


179 


40 


25 


25 






74 


15 












St. Mary's 


1,115 




508 


310 


104 


44 


23 


79 


15 






32 




Somerset 


279 




120 


159 




















Talbot 


802 




131 


91 


15 


5 


99 


453 








8 




Washington 


5,637 


4,427 


420 


143 


36 




476 


135 












Wicomico 


2,891 


725 


897 


730 


397 


61 


81 














Worcester 


1,27S 


566 


343 


SO 






225 


46 













TABLE 

51 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Driver 
Education 


Driver Education 


C las sr oom 


Pr ac tice 


Classroom 

and 
Prac tice 


Total State 


21,228 


4 , 248 


1 , 740 


15, 240 


Al legany 


518 


50 


10 


458 


Anne Arundel 


75 


- 


- 


75 


Baltimore City* 




- 


- 


- 


Bal timore 


2,413 


1,236 


1,177 


- 


Calvert 


298 






298 


Caroline 


450 


- 


- 


450 


Carroll 


528 


480 


36 


12 


Cecil 


218 


218 


- 


- 


Charles 


298 


298 


- 


- 


Dorchester* 


- 








Frederick 


406 


180 


63 


163 


Garrett 


458 


450 


- 


8 


Harford 


1,848 


- 


- 


1,848 


Howard 


128 


128 






Kent 


156 






156 


Montgomery 


6, 137 


16 


26 


6,095 


Prince George' s 


4,550 


117 


120 


4,313 


Queen Anne' s 


270 


156 


114 




St. Mary's 


183 


80 




103 


Somerset 


12 




12 




Talbot 


279 


199 


80 




Washington 


989 






989 


Wicomico 


876 


546 


102 


228 


Worcester 


138 


94 




44 



*Driver Education in these local units offered during out-of-school hours only. 



TABLE 

52 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Total 
Special 
Education 


Special Education 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


22 


,308 


16, 


168 


6,140 


All ppan V 




275 




51 


224 


Anne Arundel 


2 


, 167 


li 


392 


775 


Baltimore City 


6 


,506 


6, 


390 


116 


Baltimore 


1 


,830 




940 


890 


Calvert 




57 




57 


- 


Caro 1 ine 




335 




286 


49 


Carroll 




323 




159 


164 


Cecil 




257 




30 


££,/ 


Charles 




346 




286 


60 


Dorchester 




145 




145 


- 


Frederick 




269 




191 


78 


Garrett 




224 




168 


56 


Harford 




461 




211 


250 


Howard 




347 




181 


166 


Kent 




44 




24 


20 


Montgomery- 


2 


758 


2, 


238 


520 


Prince George' s 


4,526 


2, 


858 


1,668 


Queen Anne ' s 




472 




46 


426 


St. Mary's 




239 




171 


68 


Somerset 












Talbot 




76 




38 


38 


Washington 




447 




152 


295 


Wicomico 




134 




84 


50 


Worcester 




70 




70 





TABLE 

53 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


19.0 


20.5 


17 


5 


Allegany 


19.5 


21.2 


17 


9 


Anne Arundel 


19.7 


21.1 


18 


4 


Baltimore City 


21.2 


23.2 


19 





Baltimore 


17.6 


18.9 


16 


4 


Calvert 


19.0 


22.5 


16 


1 


Caroline 


19.3 


20. 8 


17 


8 


Carroll 


18.7 


18.4 


18 


9 


Cecil 


20.5 


20.8 


20 


3 


Charles 


20.2 


24.1 


16 


5 


Dorchester 


18.7 


20.0 


17 


5 


Frederick 


19.7 


19 . 7 


19 


8 


Garrett 


20.1 


19.8 


20 


4 


Harford 


20.1 


20.6 


19 


4 


Howard 


18.3 


21.8 


15 


3 


Kent 


17.4 


17.1 


17 


7 


Montgomery 


17.7 


19.5 


16 


2 


Prince George' s 
Queen Anne' s 


18.6 


19.2 


18 





18.6 


20.6 


16 


9 


St. Mary's 


20.2 


25.2 


15 


7 


Somerset 


19.7 


23.8 


16 


1 


Talbot 


16.8 


19.3 


14. 


7 


Washington 


18.4 


21.4 


15. 


8 


Wicomico 


18.7 


20. 1 


17. 


2 


Worcester 


17.2 


18. 1 


16, 


4 



TABLE 

54 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Kj L dllU iUl-aJ. 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre- 
kindergar ten 


Kindergarten 


Grades 1-& 


Total State 


915.105.7 


507 ,295 .4 


2 , 180 . 8 


60 , 288 . 7 




407,810. 3 


Allegany 


17, 181.4 


8,950. 1 


_ _ 


1,063.6 


7 , 8S6 . 5 


8,231.3 


Anne Arundel 


76,849.6 


42,694. 1 


_ 


5,017.5 


37,676.6 


34,155.5 


Baltimore City 


185,894.0 


108,570.0 


1,238.0 


12,620.0 


94,712.0 


77,324.0 


Baltimore 


130,946.2 


67,422.1 


4.4 


8,152.3 


59,265.4 


63,524.1 


Calvert 


6,189.4 


3,454. 5 




401.0 


3,053. 5 


2,734.9 


Caroline 


5,243.9 


2,826.0 


_ 


304.3 


2,521.7 


2,417,9 


Carroll 


17,938.2 


9,882.0 




1,252.7 


8,629.3 


8,056.2 


Cecil 


12,345.2 


6,093.5 




- 


6,093.5 


6,251.7 


Charles 


15,492.3 


9,224.4 


- 


1,053.0 


8,171.4 


6,267.9 


Dorchester 


6,305.9 


3, 338. 1 




328. 7 


3,009. 4 


2,967.8 


Frederick 


21, 330.0 


11,743.0 


- 


1,372.7 


10,370.3 


9, 587 . 


Garrett 


5,679.6 


3,233.4 


- 


359. 1 


2,874.3 


2,446.2 


Harford 


32,468.4 


18,597.0 


- 


2,303.2 


16,293.8 


13,871.4 


Howard 


20,616.5 


11,693. 5 




1,521,7 


10,171.8 


8,923.0 


Kent 


3,824.3 


2,000,4 




229. 1 


1,771.3 


1,823.9 


Montgomery 


126,380. 1 


66,787.5 


607.0 


8,376.5 


57,804.0 


59,592.6 


Prince George' s 


160,464.4 


91,578.4 


233.5 


11,331.1 


30,013.8 


68,886.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,669.2 


2,488.6 




263.9 


2,224.7 


2,130.6 


St. Mary's 


11,638.8 


7,032.5 




884.2 


6,148.3 


4,606.3 


Somerset 


4,425.6 


2,494.4 




280.2 


2,214.2 


1,931.2 


Talbot 


4,965.1 


2,701.6 




274.3 


2,427,3 


2,263.5 


Washington 


23,732.9 


13,076.5 


22.4 


1,635.7 


11,418.4 


10,656.4 


Wicomcio 


14,031.6 


7,902.- 




= 3".S 


6,989. 1 




Worcester 


6,-93. 1 


3,511.- 


- 




3 , 085. 3 





TABLE 

55 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



,ocal Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 






Percent 


of Attendance 








Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Prek 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


Total 


Prek and 
Kingergar ten 


Grades 
1-6 


S ta te 


834 


490 


4 


472 


959 


6 


1,874.5 


54 


545. 


6 


416 


539 


5 


361 


530 


8 


91 


2 


93 


2 


90 


. 3 


93 


6 


38 . 7 


illegany 


16 


175 


5 


8 


457 


2 


- 




957. 


5 


7 


499 


7 


7 


718 


3 


94 


1 


94 


5 


90 





95 


1 


93.8 




70 


872 


2 


40 


000 


3 




4 


539. 


5 


35 


460 


8 


30 


871 


9 


92 


2 


93. 


7 


90 


.5 


94 


1 


90. 4 


isltimorG City 


159 


758 





98 


127 





1,068.0 


11,072. 





85 


987 





61 


631 





85 


9 


90 


4 


87 


6 


90 


8 


79.7 


i ci 1 1 1 mo r G 


121 
i. i J. 


333 


9 


63 


274 


2 


4.2 


7 


387 . 


2 


55,882 


8 


58,059 


7 


92 


7 


93 


8 


90 


. 6 


94 


3 


91.4 


^3 L VGT t 


5 


659 


6 


3 


214 


2 


- 




360. 





2 


854 


2 


2 


445 


4 


91 


4 


93 





89 


8 


93 


5 


ftQ A 
OV . H 


Caroline 


4 


915 


5 


2 


665 


4 


- 




279. 


4 


2 


386 





2 


250 


1 


93 


7 


94 


3 


91 


8 


94 


6 


93. 1 


j3.XX0 1 L 


16 


823 


4 


9 


338 


1 


- 


1 


142. 


3 


8 


195 


8 


7 


485 


3 


93 


8 


94 


5 


9 1 


2 


95 





Q 9 Q 


J 6CX 1 




455 
^ -J -J 


9 


5 


745 


4 










5 


745 


4 


5 


710 


5 


92 


8 


94 


3 






94 


3 


" J. • J 


jhsr 1 G s 


14 


180 


9 


8 


644 


3 


- 




956. 


2 


7 


688 


1 


5 


536 




91 


5 


93 


7 


90 


8 


94 


1 


OO • J 


)orchG s ter 


5 


809 


6 


3 


137 


9 


- 




297. 


7 


2 


840 


2 


2 


671 


7 


92 


1 


94 





90 


6 


94 


4 


on n 


Frederick 


19 


764 





11,024 


8 


- 


1 


249. 


8 


9 


775 





8 


7 39 


2 


92 


7 


93 


9 


91 





94 


3 


91.1 


jarre 1 1 


5 


346 


7 


3 


057 


1 






323. 


5 


2 


733 


6 


2 


289 


6 


94 


1 


94 


5 


90 


1 


95 


1 


Q A 

7 J • D 


Harf o rd 


30 


366 


2 


17,587 


5 




2 


106. 


6 


15,480 


8 


12,778. 


8 


93 


5 


94 


6 


91 


5 


95 





Q9 1 


"iowaird 


19 


354 


5 


11 


080 


7 




1 


397. 


1 


9 


683 


6 


8 


273 


8 


93 


9 


94 


7 


91 


8 


95 


2 


Q 9 7 

7 i • / 


<ent 


3 


308 


9 


1 


659 


4 






212. 


6 


1 


446 


8 


1 


649 


5 


86. 


5 


82. 


9 


92 


8 


81. 


7 


90.4 


Montgomery 


116 


262 


7 


62 


761 


7 


504.9 


7 


685. 


6 


54 


571 


2 


53 


501 





92 





94 





91 


2 


94 


4 


89.8 


Prince George' s 


147 


663 


7 


86 


106 


4 


211.3 


10 


375. 


1 


75 


520 





61 


557 


3 


92 





94 





91 


5 


94. 


4 


89.4 


^ueen Anne ' s 




341 


4 


2 


352 


5 






240. 


4 


2 


112 


1 


1 


988 


9 


93 





94 


5 


91 


1 


94 


9 


91.2 


5t. Mary' s 


10 


748 


4 




615 


8 






808. 





5 


807 


8 




132 


6 


92 


3 


94 


1 


91 


4 


94 


5 


89.7 


Somerset 




106 


6 


2 


353 


3 






256. 





2 


097 


3 


1 


753 


3 


92 


8 


94 


3 


91 


4 


94. 


7 


90.8 


Talbot 




600 


2 


2 


540 


2 






250. 


5 


2 


289 


7 


2 


060 





92 


7 


94 





91 


3 


94 


3 


91.0 


iJashington 


22 


294 


2 


12 


349 





18. 2 


1 


479. 


7 


10 


851 


1 


9 


945 


2 


93 


9 


94 


4 


90 


3 


95 





93.3 


fJicomico 


13,253 





7 


535 


9 


67.9 




776. 


1 


6 


691 


9 


5 


717 


1 


94 


5 


95 


4 


92 


4 


95 


7 


93.3 


.Worcester 


6 


095 


4 


3 


331 


4 






392. 


8 


2 


938 


6 


2 


764 





93 


9 


94 


9 


92 


2 


95 


2 


92.7 



TABLE 

56 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1972 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne 
Arundel 


Baltimore 
City 


Baltimore 


Calvert || 


Caroline 


— 

o 
1-1 
I-I 
(d 
o 


u 
o 


10 

0) 


Dorchester 


M 
U 
•H 

I-I 

(U 

■o 

<a 
\^ 

b. 


Garrett 


T3 
U 


M-l 
U 

a 

■X 


Howard || 


Kent II 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


10 

u 

c 
<; 

s 

3 
O" 


St. Mary's || 


4.1 

01 
n 
u 
i) 
e 
o 


o 
x> 

18 
H 


,on 1 


Wicomico 


Worcester || 


All Schools 


975 


28 


77 


161 


113 


9 


6 


17 


16 


18 


17 


26 


15 


28 


21 


5 


145 


174 


7 


17 


12 


8 


30 


18 


7 


30 


or less 


6 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 




1 


- 


31 


- 


60 


22 


- 


3 


5 


- 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


2 


_ 


- 


3 


_ 


- 


1 


1 


61 


_ 


90 


21 


1 


- 


6 


2 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


5 




- 


1 


_ 


- 


1 


2 


91 


- 


120 


17 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


1 


1 


- 


1 


2 


2 


1 


- 






2 


- 


- 


121 


- 


150 


16 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


1 


1 


- 


151 


_ 


180 


16 


1 


2 


2 


3 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


- 


1 


1 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


2 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


181 


- 


210 


20 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


. 


2 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


211 


- 


240 


28 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


5 


2 


_ 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


241 




270 


23 


4 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


4 


- 


_ 


1 


1 


- 


2 


2 


- 


271 




300 


37 


1 


2 


5 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


2 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


10 


3 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


- 


- 


301 




330 


26 


1 


1 


1 








- 


1 


1 




1 




1 


2 


1 


7 


3 




2 


_ 


- 


3 


1 




331 




360 


45 


1 


5 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 


- 


1 


1 






1 




10 


8 


_ 




2 


2 


3 






361 




390 


41 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 




3 


- 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 




10 


6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 






391 




420 


43 


1 


4 


5 


3 






_ 


1 


_ 




2 


1 


2 






15 


7 


1 




_ 


_ 






1 


421 




450 


45 




1 


2 


5 


1 




1 


1 


_ 




4 




_ 


1 


1 


11 


11 


_ 


3 


_ 




2 




1 


451 




480 


41 


2 


2 


6 


4 






_ 


_ 


_ 




2 




2 


3 


1 


8 


8 


_ 




_ 


1 


1 


1 




481 




510 


42 


1 


3 


4 


7 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 




1 




_ 






9 


8 






_ 


_ 


2 






511 




540 


41 


1 


2 


4 


5 






_ 


1 






1 






6 




6 


12 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 






1 


541 




570 


39 




6 


6 


4 






1 




_ 




1 




1 


1 




3 


14 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 








571 




600 


60 




3 


8 


7 






3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


5 




6 


19 




2 


- 


- 




1 


1 


601 




660 


102 




12 


16 


14 


1 


2 


1 




c 

J 




J 




5 






14 


24 


i 


1 








4 




661 




720 


83 


1 


10 


10 


20 




1 


1 






1 


2 




5 






10 


19 












2 




721 




780 


49 




4 


11 


10 










1 




1 


1 


1 






6 


14 
















781 




840 


39 




3 


13 


10 


















2 






3 


6 










2 






841 




900 


26 


1 


1 


16 


6 


















1 






1 


















901 




960 


16 




2 


6 


3 










1 








2 




















2 




961 




1,020 


6 




2 


4 












































1,021 




1,080 


6 




1 


3 




















2 
























1,081 




1,140 


2 






2 












































1,141 




1,200 


6 






5 




















1 
























1,201 




over 


11 




1 


10 













































NOTE: Includes elementary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except for middle schools which are 
included in toto with high schools. 



TABLE 

57 

Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1972 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


D 
f= 
O 
60 
-u 
C 

o 

s 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


392 


11 


20 


57 


48 


4 


4 


11 


9 


10 


5 


10 


4 


12 


15 


4 


53 


61 


4 


7 


7 


5 


16 


8 


7 


50 


or less 


7 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 




_ 






_ 


_ 


51 




100 


13 


_ 


1 


3 


2 






_ 








1 


_ 


1 


_ 




- 




_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


101 




150 


7 


_ 




3 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 




1 


1 


1 








_ 


1 




_ 


151 




200 


3 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


201 




250 


4 


1 


1 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 






_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


251 




300 


8 


1 








1 


_ 








_ 




_ 




1 


1 


- 


_ 




2 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


301 




350 


7 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


1 




1 


. 


_ 


1 


_ 


351 


- 


400 


5 


_ 


_ 


3 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 








_ 




_ 


- 




1 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


401 




450 


5 


_ 




1 


_ 


_ 




_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


45 1 




500 


8 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 




1 


1 


2 


- 






_ 


- 


_ 




- 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 






501 




600 


25 


1 


- 


2 


1 


1 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


3 


- 


3 


2 


2 


601 




700 


19 


1 


1 








1 






2 


1 








5 




2 


3 










2 




1 


701 




800 


26 


2 






2 




1 




2 


1 


1 


2 




2 




1 


2 


8 




1 










1 


801 




900 


23 


1 




















1 


1 


1 






5 


9 








1 


1 




1 


901 




1,000 


29 






1 


1 








1 


1 




3 










8 


7 




1 






4 






1,001 




1,100 


27 




1 


3 


3 








1 






1 




1 






7 


6 








1 






1 


1,101 




1,200 


25 


1 




2 


1 










1 




1 




1 




1 


7 


6 










1 


1 




1,201 




1,300 


21 






^ 


5 


2 






















4 


3 












1 




1,301 




1,400 


17 




1 


4 


6 








1 
















2 


2 












1 




1,401 




1,500 


21 


1 




1 


9 






1 


















2 


3 


1 


2 








1 




1,501 




1,600 


13 




1 


2 


4 










2 






1 


1 


1 






1 
















1,601 




1,700 


10 


1 




2 


2 
























3 


1 










1 






1,701 




1,800 


7 




2 


1 




















2 






2 


















1,801 




1,900 


8 




2 


2 


3 




































1 






1,901 




2,000 


12 




3 


1 


4 






1 


















3 


















2,001 




2,100 


7 




1 


2 


2 
























1 


1 
















2,101 




2,200 


6 




1 


1 


1 


















1 






1 


1 
















2,201 




2 ,300 


4 






1 


1 












1 














1 
















2 ,301 




2 ,400 


6 




2 


3 




























1 
















2,401 




2,500 


6 




1 


4 




























1 
















2,501 




over 


13 




2 


6 
















1 




1 








3 

















NOTE: Includes secondary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except middle schools. The total 



membership of middle schools is included above. 



STAFF DATA 




I 



TABLE 

58 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 



Local Unit 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970- 


71 


1971- 


72 


1972-73 


' tal State 


28 


124. 9 


30,036 


3 


32,199. 





34,823 


9 


37 


,062. 2 


39,314.9 


42,365 


4 


44, 856 . 





45,753 


.9 


46,502 


. 1 


46,514.5 


Allegany 




687.0 


679.0 


692.0 


746 


5 




763.0 


776 


8 


792.2 


793. 


6 


838,3 


837 


.9 


855.5 


Anne Arundel 


1 


990.0 


2,160 





2,434.0 


2,612 





2 


,839 


.2 


3,059 


8 


3,219 


6 


3,435. 


8 


3,499 


.5 


3,689 


. 7 


3,767.5 


Baltimore City 


6 


833.8 


7,360 


5 


7,633. 





8,163 


5 


8 


,293 


.0 




J 


8,816 


6 


10,223. 





9,140 


.8 


8,929 


.0 


8,478.0 


Bal timor e 




451.9 


4,715 


5 


4,954. 


8 


5,229 


4 


5 


,568.3 


^ Q Q A 

J y OOD 


4 


6,350, 1 


6,660. 


5 


7.057 


.6 


7,335 


.7 


7,214,6 


Cal ver t 




200. 3 


208 


9 


221. 


8 


226 


9 




259.2 


LI 1 


, / 


246 


6 


255. 


7 


252 


.3 


292 


.5 


314,5 


Caroline 




211.8 


222 


1 


226. 


8 


246 


6 




253.7 


269 


3 


262 


5 


267. 


8 


279 


.7 


267 


.5 


264.0 


Carroll 




493.0 


509 


7 


544.6 


582 







651 


.6 


670 


5 


749 


3 


767. 


5 


782.0 


851 


.9 


927.6 


Cecil 




418.5 


428 


5 


450. 


3 


488 


1 




511 


8 


'^ "7 7 


A 
\) 


610 


8 


539. 





552 


.6 


578 


5 


600. 5 


Charles 




341.6 


385 


9 


397,0 


442 







475 


5 


ju z 


c. 
D 


567 


5 


603. 


9 


615 


.2 


714 


9 


741.5 


Dorches ter 




254. 2 


265 


5 


271. 


5 


300 


9 




312 


2 


Z 7 V 


Z 


306 


7 


304. 


3 


331 


5 


321 


3 


328. 5 


Frederick 




711. 'i 


727 


7 


755. 


8 


776 


2 




806 





994 


5 


1,029 





986. 


9 


1,082 


1 


984 


9 


1,045.7 


Garrett 




194.0 


195 





198. 





227 


3 




232 


6 


237 





251 


2 


263. 


2 


279 


7 


276 


5 


283.0 


Harford 




745.8 


805 


5 


881. 


1 


1,013 


9 


1 


,148,0 


1,189 


8 


1,321 


7 


1,399.6 


1,515 


5 


1,533 





1,561.1 


Howard 




379.0 


419 


7 


469. 





480 







553 





627 





698 


5 


789. 


5 


844 


3 


951 


1 


1,085.5 


Kent 




157.0 


162 


1 


171. 


2 


184 







186 


2 


201 


1 


201 


7 


211. 


4 


206 


2 


209 


1 


213.0 


Montgomery 


'* 


068.0 


4,287 


6 


4,712. 


5 


5,061 


6 


5 


,404 


4 


5,746 


6 


6,290 


2 


6,735. 


4 


6,531 


.5 


6,869 





6,886.5 


Prince George' s 


3 


616.6 


4,079 


9 


4,586. 


6 


5,214 


7 


5 


,907 





6,566 





7,467 





7,286. 





8,444 


7 


8,300 





8,303.0 


Queen Anne ' s 




178.0 


179 


5 


187. 





194 


5 




233 





233 


1 


245 


2 


230. 


8 


239 


9 


237 


3 


243.5 


St. Mary's 




276.6 


306 


5 


335. 


4 


444 


8 




400 





459 


8 


450 


9 


511. 


6 


557 


9 


600 


6 


554.2 


Somerset 




192.8 


193 


8 


197. 


2 


200 


2 




201 


2 


199 


4 


208 


5 


217. 


3 


232 


7 


224 





219.0 


Talbot 




184.2 


183 





192.0 


207 


4 




227 





229 


5 


237 





244.9 


264 


7 


276 





287.0 


Washington 




843.0 


839 


5 


918.3 


958 


4 




996 


8 


1,054 


5 


1,086 


6 


1,117. 





1,139 


5 


1,143 





1,247.6 


Wicomico 




452.9 


475 


4 


511. 


1 


558 


7 




569 


7 


596 


1 


626 


6 


674.9 


731 


2 


721 





729.0 


Worcester 




243.6 


245 


5 


258. 





264 


3 




269 


8 


329 


8 


329 


4 


336. 


4 


334 


5 


357 


7 


364. 2 



iOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

59 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 



Local Unit 

• 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-66 


1966-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-" ; 


Total State 


14,528.0 


15,667.7 


16,746.7 


18,355.0 


19,482.2 


20,482.6 


22,367.0 


23,546. 3 


24,048. 1 


23,646.7 


23,247. 1 


Allegany 


324.0 


305.0 


312.0 


319. 5 


349.0 


355.8 


365. 6 


363. 9 


384. 5 


385. 2 


397 . , 


Anne Arundel 


1,077.0 


1,187.0 


1,341.0 


1,472.8 


1,603.4 


1,681.3 


1,827.1 


1,935.2 


1,980.0 


1,901.0 


1,909. 


Baltimore City 


3,663.4 


4,051.9 


4,148.3 


4,481.1 


4,489.4 


4,477.6 


4,779.3 


5,522.0 


4,864.3 


4,714.0 


4,404. : 


Baltimore 


2,335.5 


2,392.4 


2,464.1 


2,619.6 


2,801.5 


2,933.9 


3,174.5 


3,341.5 


3,360.4 


3,475.7 


3,349. i 


Calvert 


110.2 


112.8 


122.0 


124.4 


142.7 


144.8 


128.6 


137.1 


126.4 


151.0 


144.5 


Caroline 


98.4 


103.6 


91.7 


105.4 


120. 3 


128. 2 


131.7 


131.0 


138. 2 


132.0 


123. 5 


Carroll 


235.3 


242.5 


266.0 


297.2 


348.3 


356.6 


388.6 


385.1 


413.0 


440.8 


502.5 


Cecil 


221.9 


223.2 


241.4 


253.6 


268.9 


272.0 


291.6 


255.5 


253.8 


260.5 


293.: 


Charles 


172.6 


196.7 


207.0 


230.0 


236.5 


255.7 


324.2 


313. 1 


348. 1 


391.5 


361.; 


Borchester 


124.7 


130.0 


131.0 


152.5 


158.8 


149.1 


151.5 


144.9 


152.5 


149.8 


158.5 


Frederick 


352.8 


364.9 


384.5 


380.4 


421. 5 


494.0 


513.0 


527.0 


581. 7 


529,4 


560.6 


Garrett 


108.0 


106.0 


109.0 


122. S 


123.6 


127.2 


133.3 


140.4 


154.9 


153.0 


163.0 


Harford 


382.9 


416. 1 


465.6 


561.8 


659.6 


646.8 


828.7 


804.3 


819.9 


852.1 


845.4 


Howard 


191.0 


209.3 


238.0 


237.0 


227.0 


291.0 


313.0 


351.5 


395.4 


500.2 


501.0 


Kent 


77.8 


79.9 


83.5 


89.0 


94.0 


104.7 


99.7 


111.0 


110.7 


109.8 


110.0 


Montgomery 


2,145.6 


2,237.3 


2,374.9 


2,590.8 


2,753.0 


2,353.8 


3,162.4 


3,416.0 


3,185.5 


3,229.1 


3,203.> 


Prince George' s 


1,715.3 


2,093.5 


2,461.5 


2,909.0 


3,284.0 


3,699.0 


4,195.0 


4,026.0 


5,038.7 


4,532.0 


4,481.5 


Queen Anne' s 


87.0 


89.5 


93.5 


94.5 


103.0 


107.0 


106.2 


101.4 


105.0 


116.7 


114.5 


St. Mary's 


136.7 


156.5 


177.4 


235.8 


200.0 


237.5 


227.9 


276.0 


331.9 


292.6 


261.2 


Somerset 


95.3 


95.2 


96.1 


96.1 


97.1 


96.3 


104.1 


103.5 


104.0 


106.0 


99.0 


Talbot 


93.0 


95.0 


98.0 


106.2 


110.7 


108.2 


109.2 


110.4 


122.0 


128.0 


132.5 


Washington 


420. 1 


415.6 


453.7 


468.0 


476. 1 


505.4 


520.4 


538.5 


535.6 


564.0 


572.-: 


Wicomico 


236.9 


241.7 


258.7 


276.5 


280.3 


286.1 


325.2 


341.2 


374.8 


368.0 


372.: 


Worcester 


122.6 


122.1 


127.6 


131.0 


133.5 


1"^.6 


166. 2 


16 S . 9 


166. : 


164. 3 


152. : 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

60 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 





Local Unit 


1962- 


53 


1 


963-t 


j4 


1964- 


d5 


1965- 


d6 


1966-67 


1967- 




1968-69 


1969- 


70 


1970- 


71 


1971- 


72 


1972-73 


Teal State 


13 


596 


.9 


14 


, 368 


6 


15,452 


5 


16 


46S 


9 


17, 


570.0 


18 


832 




19,998 


4 


21 , 309 


. 7 


21,705 


.8 


22,855 


.4 


23,267.4 


Al legany 




363 


.0 




374 





380 







427 







414. 




421 


.0 


426 


6 


429 


.7 


453 


8 


452 


. 7 


458.5 


Anne Arundel 




913 


.0 




973 





1,093.0 


1 


139 


2 


1- 


235.8 


1 


378 


.5 


1 , 392 


5 


1,500 


.6 


1,519 


5 


1,788 


7 


1 ,858. 5 


Ba 1 1 irp.o re C i ty 


3 


170 


, 4 


3 


,308 


6 


3,484.7 


3 


682 


4 


3 


803.6 


3 


903 


. 9 


4,037 


3 


4, 701 


.0 


4,276 


5 


4,215 


.0 


4,074.0 


Ba 1 1 iinor e 


2 


116 


. 4 


2 


,323 


1 




7 


2 


609 


8 


2, 


766.8 


2 


952 


.5 


3, 175 


6 


3, 319 


.0 


3, 697 


2 


3,860 


.0 


3,865. 5 


Calvert 




90 


1 




96 


1 


99 


8 




102 


5 




116.5 




132 


. 9 


118 





118 


. 6 


125 


. 9 


141 


. 5 


170.0 


Caroline 




113 


.4 




118 


5 


135 


1 




141 


2 




133.4 




141 


. 1 


1 30 


8 


136 


.8 


141 


5 


135 


.5 


135.5 


Car ro 1 1 




257 






267 


2 


278 


6 




284 


8 




303. 3 




313 


. 9 


360 




382 


. 4 


369 





411 


. 1 


425. 1 


Ceci 1 




196 


. 6 




205 


3 




Q 

7 




234 


5 




242.9 




255 


.0 


319 


2 


283 


, 5 


298 


.8 


318 





307 . 5 


Char le s 




169 







189 


2 


190 







212 







239.0 




246 


8 


243 


3 


290 


.8 


267 


1 


323 


.4 


380.0 


Dorchester 




129 


. 5 




135 


5 


140 


5 




148 


4 




153.4 




150 


I 


155 


2 


159 


. 4 


179 





171 


.5 


170. 


Frederick 




358 


.5 




362 


8 


371 


3 




395 


8 




384. 5 




500 


.5 


516 





459 


.9 


500 


, 4 


455 


5 


485. 1 


Garrett 




86 







89.0 


89 







104 


5 




109.0 




109 


. 8 


117 


9 


122 


. 8 


124 


8 


123 


,5 


120.0 


Harford 




362 


. 9 




389 


4 


415 


5 




452 






488.4 




543 


.0 


493 





595 


.3 


695 




680 


9 


715. 7 


Howard 




188 


.0 




210 


4 


231 







243 







326.0 




336 





385 


5 


438 


.0 


448 


9 


450 


9 


584. 5 


Kent 




79 


.2 




82 


2 


87 


7 




95 







92.2 




96 


4 


102 





100 


.4 


95 


5 


99 


3 


103.0 


Montgomery 


1 


922 


.4 


2 


,050 


3 


2,337 


6 


2 


470 


8 


2, 


651.4 


2 


892 


8 


3,127 


8 


3,318 


.5 


3,346 





3,639 


9 


3,682.6 


Prince George' s 


1 


901 


3 


1 


,986 


4 


2,125 


1 


2 


305 


7 


2, 


623.0 


2 


867 





3,272 





3,260 


.0 


3,406 





3,768.0 


3,821.5 


Queen Anne ' s 




91 







9 0.0 


93 


5 




100 







120.0 




126 


1 


139 





129 


.4 


134 


9 


120 


.6 


129.0 


St. Mary' s 




139 


.9 




150.0 


158 







209 







200.0 




222 


3 


223 





235 


,6 


226 





308 





293.0 


Somerset 




97 


5 




98 


6 


101 


1 




104 


1 




104. 1 




103 


1 


104 


4 


113 


.8 


128 


7 


118.0 


120.0 


Talbot 




91 


2 




88 





94 







101 


2 




116. 3 




121 


3 


127 


8 


134 


.5 


142 


7 


148 





154.5 


Washington 




422 


.9 




423.9 


464 


6 




490 


4 




520.7 




549 


1 


566 


2 


578.5 


603 


9 


579 





675.0 


Wicomico 




216 


.0 




233 


7 


252 


4 




282 


2 




289.4 




310 





301 


4 


333.7 


356 


5 


353 





357.0 


Worcester 




121 


.0 




123 


4 


130 


4 




133 


3 




136. 3 




159 


2 


163 


2 


167 


.5 


167 


7 


193 


4 


181.9 



TE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

61 

Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek- 12 : Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Clerical 
Staff 


Non Ins true t iona 1 


Instructional 


Total 


Profess- 
ional 


Other 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
in t en dent s 
Directors 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Tea cher s 


Guidance , 
Media, and 
Psycho ~ 

1 ^ X CSL 1 

P^T*Qr>TlTl<i 1 


Aides 


Total State 


75,529.9 


4,646 


.6 


18,312 


.4 


1 ,032 


.0 


1 7 /. 
1 J ,^oU ,^ 


52,570 


.9 


oD J • z 


2,284.5 


41,658.5 


O C "7 1 C 

z , 3 / 1 .!> 


5 ,203.2 


Allegany 


1 .492 .4 


81 


.0 


420 


.0 


20 


.0 


400.0 


991 


4 


16.9 


49,0 


772.5 


34,0 


119.0 


Anne Arundel 


5,240.0 


448 


.0 


810 


.0 


81 


.0 


ll'i.Q 


3,982 





58.0 


150 


.0 


3,452.5 


165.0 


156.5 


Baltimore City 


15,921.0 


737 


.0 


4,252 


.0 


247 


.0 


4,005.0 


10,932 





278.0 


362 


.0 


7,684.0 


432.0 


2,176.0 


Ba It imore 


10,501. 1 


622 





2,435 


.0 


135 


.0 


2 ,300.0 


7 ,444 


1 


69.0 


389 





6,345.5 


480.2 


160.5 


Calvert 


508.6 


39 


4 


77 


.3 


9 


5 


A7 ft 


391 


9 


/ .4 


21 





273.0 




70 . 


Caroline 


369.9 


15 


5 


44 


.3 


5 


3 


39.0 


310 


1 


4.6 


14 





236,9 


13.1 


41.5 


Carrol 1 


1,408.3 


89 


6 


291 


.5 


17 





274.5 


1,027 


2 


19.1 


44 


5 


833.9 


49.2 


80.5 


Cecil 


844.7 


57 





142 


.1 


12 


5 


129.6 


645 


6 


10.6 


34 





540.5 


26.0 


34.5 


Charles 


1 ,408.5 


91 





411 


.0 


36 





375.0 


906 


5 


12.0 


36 





656.5 


49.0 


153.0 


Dorchester 


552.6 


36 


1 


60 


.5 


10 







456 





in n 


19 









i 1 / .3 


Frederick 


1 ,965 . 1 


123 


8 


628 


.4 


27 


9 


600.5 


1,212 


9 


24.2 


58 


5 


930.4 


56.8 


143.0 


Garrett 


376.8 


10 





26 


.8 


5 





21.8 


340 





5.0 


10 


5 


264.5 


8.0 


52.0 


Harford 


2,454.4 


155 





625 


.8 


31 


8 


594.0 


1,673 


6 


30.5 


78 





1,404.4 


78.7 


82.0 


Howard 


1,715.0 


142 





357 


.0 


14 





J4j . 


1,216 





26.0 


73 


5 


938 .0 


74 . 


104.5 


Kent 


351,9 


20 





87 


,0 


4 


5 


82.5 


244 


9 


5.9 


10 





189.0 


14.0 


26.0 


Montgomery' 


11,351.5 


839 


5 


2 ,803,0 


166 


5 


2,636.5 


7,709 





92.0 


338 





6,124.5 


424.0 


730.5 


Prince George's 


13,459.9 


808 





3,760 


.9 


135 


5 


3,625.4 


8,891 





103.0 


398 





7,459.0 


446.0 


485.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


352.5 


23 


2 


51 


.0 


4 





47.0 


278 


3 


5.8 


13 





220.5 


10.0 


29.0 


St. Mary's 


930.2 


60 


5 


246 


.5 


17 


5 


229.0 


623 


2 


9.0 


33 





482.3 


38.9 


60.0 


Somerset 


351.5 


13 





72 


.0 


6 





66.0 


266 


5 


5.0 


16 





197.0 


6.0 


42.5 


Talbot 


397.0 


20 





73 


,5 


6 


5 


67.0 


303 


5 


4.0 


9 





266.0 


12.0 


12.5 


Washington 


1,886.4 


123 





346 


.6 


24 


3 


322.3 


1,416 


8 


36.0 


66 





1,103.1 


78.5 


133.2 


Wicomico 


1,176.0 


69.9 


241 


.7 


9 


2 


232.5 


864 


4 


14.4 


45 


5 


660.9 


22.6 


121.0 


Worcester 


514,6 


22 


1 


48 


.5 


6 





42.5 


444 





6.8 


17 





329.7 


17.5 


73.0 



TABLE 

62 

staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 










Professional 


Staff 














Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principa Is 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


cal State 


56,033 


6 


47,367.7 


853 


.8 


2,284 


5 


41,658 


5 


1,083 


4 


1,221 


6 


102 .0 


164 


5 


5,203 


2 


3 ,462 . 7 


Al legany 


1,048 


9 


872.4 


16 


9 


49 





772 


5 


15 





18 





- 


1 





119 





57.5 


Anne Arundel 


4,323 





3 , 825 . 5 


58 





150 





3,452 


5 


74 





91 









- 


156 


5 


341 .0 


Baltimore City 


11,406 





8 , 756 . 


278 





362 





7,684 





159 





211 





. u 


56 





2,176 





474.0 


Bait imore 


7,909 


5 


7,283,6 


69 





389 





6 ,345 


4 


192 





227 


2 


37 .0 


24 





160 


5 


465 . 4 


Calvert 


'421 


8 


32 1 . 9 


7 


.4 


21 





273 


.0 


11 





7 


5 


1 . 


1 





70 





29.9 


Caroline 


322 


8 


268.6 


4 


6 


14 





236 


9 


6 


5 


6 


6 


- 




- 


41 


5 


12.7 


Carroll 


1,088 


3 


946 . 7 


19 


1 


44 


5 


833 


9 


24 





22 


2 




3 





80 


5 


61.1 


Cecil 


D y\J 


1 
i 


D 1 1 . L 


iU 











t; 
J 


L'-f 


A 
U 


1 9 












J 


')-4.5 


Charles 


972 


5 


753.5 


12 





36 





656 


5 


18 


5 


29 


5 


1 .0 






153 





66 . 


Dorchester 


481 


6 


338 .5 


10 





19 





294 





8 





6 


5 




1 





117 


5 


25 . 6 


Frederick 


1,301 


1 


1,069,9 


24 


2 


58 


5 


930 


4 


31 


3 


22 


5 


- 


3 





143 





88.2 


Garrett 


343 





288.0 


5 





10 


5 


264 


5 


4 





4 











52 





3 .0 


Harford 


1,787 


6 


1 ,591.6 


30 


5 


78 





1 ,404 


4 


38 


2 


38 


5 




2 





82 





114.0 


Howard 


1 ,332 





1,111.5 


26 





73 


5 


938 





38 





32 







4 





104 


5 


116 . 


Kent 


261 


9 


218.9 


5 


9 


10 





189 





7 





7 











26 





17.0 


Montgomery 


8,339 


5 


6,978.5 


92 





338 





6,124 


5 


190 





193 





10.0 


31 





730 


5 


630.5 


Prince George's 


9,554 


5 


8,406.0 


103 





398 





7,459 





183 





220 





8,0 


35 





485 





663.5 


Queen Anne ' s 


2 94 


5 


249,3 


5 


8 


13 





220 


5 


3 


5 


6 










5 


29 





16,2 


St. Mary's 


671 


7 


563.2 


9 





33 





482 


3 


21 


9 


14 





1.0 


2 





60 





48.5 


Somerset 


2 76 





224.0 


5 





16 





197 





3 





3 











42 


5 


9.5 


Talbot 


319 





291.0 


4 





9 





266 





6 





6 











12 


5 


15.5 


Washington 


1,508 


3 


1,283,6 


36 





66 





1,103 


1 


19 





21 


5 


38.0 






133 


2 


91.5 


Wicomico 


919 


3 


743,4 


14 


4 


45 


5 


660 


.9 


7 





14 


6 




1 





121 





54.9 


Worcester 


460 


7 


371,0 


6 


8 


17 





329 


7 


9 


5 


8 











73 





16.7 



TABLE 

63 



I 



Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Tota 1 
All Elementary 
Instructional 
Personnel 






Profess iona 1 


Staff 








Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Ass istant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Pr inc ipa 1 s 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 

Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 










1,328.3 


21,003.9 


J J . D 




'.1 n 


82 . 


A 9(;a a 

, ZOU . 


1 , 723 . 2 


Allegany 


556.9 


404.9 


7.9 


9 7 n 


7 ^ 


2.0 


- 


- 


0.5 


118.0 


34.0 


Anne Arundel 


9 1 Q9 f\ 


1 09 9 n 


1 A 
L J . U 


1 no n 


1 7/iA 

1 , / O , D 


w ._> 


12 .0 






121 .0 


149.0 


Ba 1 1 imore City 


0,0 . U 


A ^9 ^ 


19 1 


9A7 f\ 


A m 9 n 


QO A 


io.U 


J .0 


25 .0 


1 ,917.0 


251.5 


3a. It imore 


, D 70 , J 


J , JO J . 


J'* . J 


223.0 


2,922.9 


1 m A 


/ . z 


1 / .0 


12 .0 


85 .0 


227.9 


Ca Ivert 




i*+o • u 




10.0 


127.0 


A A 




n c 
U .3 


1 .0 


59.0 


13 . 1 


Caroline 


176.3 


130.3 


1.8 


o • u 


1 9n n 


2.5 




- 




40.0 


6.0 


rro i 1 


A 1 Q =; 

D i 7 . -) 


3 iZ . 


lU . I 


99 7 
ZZ . / 


AAn ^ 


1 A ^ 


9 Q 




1 n 
^ .U 




27 . - 


Cec i 1 


■^S 1 
J J i . J 


907 ? 


H.J 


iO . u 


9 7A A 


<« A 


■5 A 
. U 






J4.3 




Char les 








16.5 


323.5 


11 




A ^ 




151.0 


If n 


Dorche s t er 


^ O 7 • J 


1 A9 n 
lOZ • u 


J ,D 


8.0 


147.0 


A 

J • U 






U • 3 


.0 




Frederick 


717.0 


573.1 


12.5 


•^A 7 
jH . / 


AOO 


21.2 


1.8 


- 


3.0 


98,2 


45.7 




2 12 


165 5 


9 S 


D.J 


1 "^A '\ 


9 A 








. U 


U.J 




981 . 7 


860 .2 


14 8 


50.0 


759.2 


9fi 


A 
7 , U 




1 • u 




J J . J 








7 ^ 


40.0 


436.0 


9 1 A 










fiO A 


Kent 


146.5 


113. 1 


3.1 


6.0 


99.0 


4.5 


0.5 


_ 




24.9 


8.5 


Montgocery 


3,950.9 


3,250.9 


47.0 


180.0 


2,881.9 


113.0 


12.0 


3.0 


14.0 


415.0 


285.0 


Prince George's 


5,327.5 


4,535.5 


54.0 


230.0 


4,095.0 


121.0 


15,0 


3.0 


17.5 


415.0 


377.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


151.3 


117.6 


3.1 


7.0 


105.5 


1.0 


1.0 






24,0 


9." 


St. Mary's 


351.2 


266.7 


5.5 


16.5 


229.8 


12.9 




1.0 


1.0 


60.0 


24.5 


Soir.erset 


135.2 


101.0 


2.0 


5.0 


94.0 










29.5 


4.7 


Talbot 


154.0 


134.0 


1.5 


4.5 


126.0 


2.0 








10.5 


9.5 


Washington 


745.0 


590.8 


18.2 


34.0 


515.6 


4.0 




19.0 




120,2 


34.0 


■•.'iconico 


515.2 


379. " 




29.5 


341.0 


1.0 






0.5 


109.0 




'.•."orcester 


258.0 


185 . ; 




6.4 


169.6 


4.7 


1.6 






64.8 





TABLE 

64 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Secondary 
Instructional 
Personnel 








Professional 


Staff 












Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


Toil State 


26,416.7 


23,734.6 


467 


2 


956.2 


20,654 


6 


449 


9 


1,069.2 


55.0 


82 


5 


942 


6 


1,739.5 


Al legany 


492.0 


467,5 


9 





22.0 


405 





13 





18 





- 





5 


1 





23.5 


Anne Arundel 


2,131.0 


1 ,903.5 


45 





48.0 


1,706 





25 


5 


79 





- 






35 


5 


192 .0 


Baltimore City 


4,712 .0 


4,230.5 


156 


5 


115.0 


3,672 





60 





193 





3.0 


31 





259 





222 .5 


Baltimore 


4,213.0 


3,900,0 


34 


5 


166 .0 


3,422 


5 


85 





160 





20.0 


12 


.0 


75 


5 


237.5 


Calvert 


201,7 


173.9 


3 


9 


11.0 


146 





5 





7 


5 


0.5 




- 


11 





16.8 


Caroline 


146.5 


138.3 


2 


8 


8.0 


116 


9 


4 





6 


6 


- 






1 


5 


6.7 


Carroll 


468.8 


434. 1 


9 





21.8 


373 


4 


9 


5 


19 


4 


- 


1 





1.0 


33. 7 


Cecil 


338.8 


313.8 


6 


3 


18.0 


270 


5 


9 





10 





- 










25 .0 


Charles 


423.0 


389.0 


9 





19.5 


333 





7 





20 





0.5 






2 





32 .0 


Dorchester 


212 .3 


176.5 


6 


5 


11.0 


147 





5 





6 


5 







5 


22 


5 


13.3 


Frederick 


584.1 


496.8 


11 


7 


23.8 


430 


5 


10 


1 


20 


7 


- 






44 


8 


42.5 


Garrett 


131 .0 


122.5 


2 


5 


4.0 


110 





2 





4 











6 





2.5 


Harford 


805 .9 


731 .4 


15 


7 


zo , U 


645 


2 


12 





29 


5 




1 


.0 


14 





60.5 


Howard 


686.0 


603.0 


18 


5 


33.5 


502 





17 





32 











29 





54.0 


Kent 


115.4 


105.8 


2 


8 


4.0 


90 





2 


5 


6 


5 








1 


1 


8.5 


Montgomery 


4,388.6 


3,727.6 


45 





158.0 


3,242 


6 


77 





181 





7.0 


17 





315 


5 


345.5 


Prince George's 


4,227.0 


3,870.5 


49 





168.0 


3,364 





62 





205 





5,0 


17 


5 


70 





286.5 


Queen Anne's 


143.2 


131.7 


2 


7 


6.0 


115 





2 


5 


5 










5 


5 





6.5 


St. Mai-y's 


320.5 


296.5 


3 


5 


16.5 


252 


5 


9 





14 







1 









24.0 


Somerset 


140.8 


123.0 


3 





11.0 


103 





3 





3 











13 





4.8 


Talbot 


165.0 


157.0 


2 


5 


4.5 


140 





4 





6 











2 





6.0 


Washington 


763.3 


692.8 


17 


8 


32,0 


587 


5 


15 





21 


5 


19.0 






13 





57.5 


Wicomico 


404.1 


363.7 


6 


7 


16.0 


319 


9 


6 





14 


6 







5 


12 





28.4 


Worcester 


202.7 


185.2 


3 


3 


10,6 


160 


1 


4 


8 


6 


4 








8 


2 


9.3 



TABLE 

65 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 





Grades Prek-12 


Grades Prek-6 






Grades 


7-12 




Local Unit 






Central 


In 








Central 


In 






Central 


In 




Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total 


Office 




Total State 


1 /.CO 

J , ^oZ 


-J 


598 


.2 




e 
.3 


1 , J 




278.7 


1 ,444.5 


1 , 739 


5 


319 


5 


1 ,420.0 


Allegany 


J / 


e 
J 


12 


.0 


•♦J 


c 

. J 




U 


6.5 


27.5 


z J 




5 


5 


18.0 


Anne Arundel 


341 





67 


.0 


274 


.0 


149 





9.0 


140.0 


192 





58 





134.0 


Baltimore City 


474 





118 


.0 


356 


.0 


251 


5 


65.5 


186.0 


222 


5 


52 


5 


170.0 


Ba It imore 


/. 


A 


36 


.0 


429 


.4 


/ 


Q 


18.0 


209.9 


237 


5 


18 





219.5 


Calvert 





Q 


2.8 


27 


.1 




1 


1.0 


12 . 1 


lb 


8 


1 


8 


15.0 


Caroline 


1 o 

Iz 


1 


2 


.0 


10 


.7 








1.0 


5.0 


6 


7 


1 





5.7 


Carroll 


61 


1 


5 


.0 


56 


.1 


27 


4 


2.0 


25.4 


33 


7 


3 





30.7 


Cecil 


44 


5 


7 


.0 


37 


.5 


19 


5 


3.5 


16.0 


25 





3 


5 


21.5 


Charles 


66 





18 


.0 


48 


.0 


34 





9.0 


25.0 


32 





9 





23.0 


Dorchester 


25 


6 


7 


.6 


18 


.0 


12 


3 


3.3 


9.0 


13 


3 


4 


3 


9.0 


Frederick 


88 


2 


18 


.5 


69 


.7 


45 


7 


9.0 


36.7 


42 


5 


9 


5 


33.0 


Garrett 


3 





1 


.0 


2 


.0 





5 


0.5 


- 


2 


5 





5 


2.0 


Harford 


114 





7 


.0 


107 


.0 


53 


5 


3.5 


50.0 


60 


5 


3 


5 


57.0 


Howard 


116 









116 


.0 


62 







62 .0 


54 









54.0 


Kent 


17 





5 


.0 


12.0 


8 


5 


2.5 


6.0 


8 


5 


2 


5 


6.0 


Montgomery 


630 


5 


133 


.0 


497 


.5 


285 





66.0 


219.0 


345 


5 


67 





278.5 


Prince George's 


663 


5 


105 


.5 


558 


.0 


377 





51.0 


326.0 


286 


5 


54 


5 


232.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


16 


2 


3 


.2 


13.0 


9 


7 


1.7 


8.0 


6 


5 


1 


5 


5.0 


St. Mary's 


48 


5 


15 


.0 


33 


.5 


24 


5 


7.0 


17.5 


24 





8 





16.0 


Somerset 


9 


5 


2 


.5 


7 


.0 


4 


7 


2.2 


2.5 


4 


8 





3 


4.5 


Talbot 


15 


5 


2 


.0 


13 


.5 


9 


5 


1.0 


8.5 


6 





1 





5.0 


Washington 


91 


5 


21 


.0 


70 


.5 


34 





10.5 


23.5 


57 


5 


10 


5 


47.0 


Wicomico 


54 


9 


7 


.4 


47 


.5 


26 


5 


4.0 


22.5 


28 




3 




25.0 


Worcester 


16 


7 


1 


.7 


15 


.0 


7 


4 


1.0 


6.4 


9 


3 





7 


8.6 



TABLE 

66 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 









Administration 


Pupil Personnel 


Health Services 








Super- 


























intendents 




















Local Unit 




and 


Directors 


Other 


Directors 




Directors 






Total 


Assistant 


and 


Personnel 


and 


other 


and. 


Other 








Super- 


Supervisors 






Supervisors 




S uperv IS ors 










intendents 






















19 496 


3 


58 


5 


381 


5 


387 


7 


414 





133.1 


3.0 


189.3 


Allegany 


443 


5 


2 


n 
u 


8 





1 





5 









3.0 


Anne Arundel 


917 





2 





25 





39 





45 











Baltimore City 


4,515 





9 





75 





110 





148 





133 .0 


1.0 


4,0 


Baltimore 


2 591 


6 


10 





39 





6 





33 







1.0 


51.0 


Calvert 


86 


8 


1 


.0 


4 


5 


2 





3 





- 


* 


1.0 


Caroline 


47 


1 


1 








3 


2 





2 











Carroll 


320 


Q 


2 





4 





4 





5 











Cecil 


154 


6 


1 


5 


3 





3 





4 









1 . 


Charles 


436 


Q 


2 





21 









4 





- 


- 




Dorchester 


71 





2 





3 





1 





3 









2.0 


Frederick 


664 





1 





13 





1 





8 











Garrett 


33 


8 


1 





1 









1 









5,0 


Harford 


666 


8 


2 





11 





3 


7 


9 





0.1 


- 


18.1 


Howard 


383 





2 





3 





6 





5 











Kent 


90 





1 








5 


2 





2 











Montgomery 


3,012 





5 





100 





117 





57 


5 








Prince George's 


3,905 


4 


4 





53 


5 


89 





57 







1.0 


77,0 


Queen Anne ' s 


58 





2 













1 









1.0 


St, Mary's 


258 


5 


1 





6 


2 


1 





5 









1.0 


Somerset 


75 


5 


1 





1 









2 









1.0 


Ta Ibot 


78 





1 





2 









2 


5 






1.0 


Washington 


378 


1 


2 





3 


8 






8 









3.2 


Wicomico 


256 


7 


2 





2 


7 






3 









12.0 


Worcester 


53 


9 


1 





1 









1 









2.0 



TABLE 

66 

Staff Employed in Nonlnstructlonal Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 (continued) 





Food Services 




Operation of 


Plant 




Maintenance of Plant 


Transportat ion 




Office 


































Directors 






Directors 






Directors 




Directors 






and 


Local Unit 


and 


Other 


and 


Other 


and 


Other 


and 


Other* 


Clerical 




Supervisors 






Supervisors 






Supervisors 




Supervisors 






Staff 


Total State 


28 


.8 


4 305 


g 


27.5 


8 061 


3 


58 


.4 


1 ,733.0 


60 


.3 


9 Ll(\ 




1,183.9 


A 1 legany 


1 


.0 


1 72 


5 


1 . 


175 


5 


1 


.0 


25.0 


2 


.0 


£. J 


n 
u 


23.5 


Anne Arundel 










1.5 


520 





1 


.5 


93.0 


6 


.0 


77 


.0 


107.0 


Baltimore City 


11 


.0 


1,193 





1.0 


2,040 







- 


329.0 


2 


.0 


196 





263.0 


Baltimore 


2 


.0 


7 





7.0 


1 339 


Q 


32 


.0 


241 .0 


11 


.0 


OJKJ 


fl 

u 


156.6 


Calvert 





. 1 






. 


50 


3 






13.5 





.9 






9.5 


Caroline 





. 1 






0.5 


34 


Q 





.4 


3.0 


1 


.0 






2.8 


Carroll 


1 


.0 


138 





2.0 


103 


5 


1 


.0 


26.0 


2 


.0 


3 





28.5 


Cecil 






23 


5 


1.0 


76 


5 


1 


.0 


19.0 


2 


.0 


6 


6 


12.5 


Charles 


2 


.0 


223 





1.0 


123 




2 


.0 


25.0 


4 


.0 


A 
'4 


U 


25.0 


Dorchester 






4 





_ 


36 


5 


1 


.0 


5.0 


1.0 




c 


r\ 
u 


10.5 


Frederick 


1 


.0 


254 


5 


0.8 


145 








.8 


22.0 


3.3 


178 





35.6 


Garrett 






6 







3 


3 


1 


.0 


3.5 


1 


.0 


4 





7.0 


Harford 


2 


.0 


287 





2.0 


197 





2 


.0 


43.0 


3 


.8 


45 


1 


41.0 


Howard 






161 





0.5 


142 








.5 


28.0 


3 


.0 






26.0 


Kent 






42 


5 


- 


26 









7.5 


1 


.0 


4 


5 


3.0 


Montgomery 


1 


.0 


549 





1.0 


1,194 


5 


1 


.0 


405.0 


1 


.0 


371 





209.0 


Prince George's 


4 


.0 


974 


3 


3.0 


1,356 





5 


.0 


356.0 


8 


.0 


773 


1 


144.5 


Queen Anne's 












27 








. 1 


6.0 





.9 


13 





7.0 


St. Mary's 


1 


.1 


112 





1.1 


78 





1 


.1 


23.0 


2 


.0 


14 





12.0 


Somerset 






32 





0.5 


27 








.5 


6.0 


1 


.0 






3.5 


Talbot 






17 







41 





1 


.0 


5.0 






3 





4.5 


Washington 


1.0 






3.1 


200 





5 


.0 


31.0 


1 


.4 


88 


1 


31.5 


Wicomico 





.5 


109 


3 




91 


7 






11.5 


1 


.0 


8 





15.0 


Worcester 


1 


.0 






0.5 


34 


5 





.5 


6.0 


1 


.0 






5.4 



''Includes school bus drivers where local units own buses. 



TABLE 

67 

Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 





Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Local Unit 


Total 


Teachers 
and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 


Teachers 
and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 




Teachers 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 






Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 




Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 


Total 


and 
Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 


Dii bcate 


3,762 


4 


2,910. 


3 


197. 1 


58.6 


596 


4 


2,468 


9 


1,798 


2 


176.6 


36.0 


458.1 


1,293 


5 


1,112. 


1 


20.5 


22.6 


138.3 


Allegany 


61 





45. 









16 





52 





36.0 




- 




16.0 


9 





9 . 











Anne Arundel 


359 


8 


261. 





35. 5 


15. 3 


48 





260 


1 


178 





30 


6 


10.5 


41.0 


99 


7 


83. 





4.9 


4.8 


7.0 


Baltimore City 


913.6 


782. 


2 


7.4 




124 





513 


6 


407 


5 


6 


3 




99.8 


400 





374. 


7 


1. 1 




24. 2 


Bal timor e 


547 


1 


381. 


2 


76.6 


24.0 


65 


3 


334 


2 


222 


8 


69 





12.0 


30.4 


212 


9 


158. 


4 


7.6 


12.0 


34.9 


t^aiver t 


26. 3 


21. 


3 


2.0 


- 


3 





20 





16.0 


2 







2.0 


6 


3 


5. 


3 






1.0 


Caroline 


13 





9. 









4 





2 , 





1 







- 




1.0 







8. 









3.0 


Carr 1 1 


98 





77. 





8.0 




13 





75 


5 


54 


5 


8 







13.0 


22 


5 


22. 


5 








Ceci 1 


39 


1 


35. 


1 


4.0 






- 


25 


2 


21 


2 


4 









13 


9 


13. 


9 








Charles 


28 


4 


18. 3 


5. 1 


- 


5 





21 


3 


13 


2 


c: 
J 


1 

i 


- 


3.0 


7 


1 


5. 


1 


- 


- 


2.0 


Dorches ter 


19 


8 


13. 


8 


- 


- 


6 





10 


8 


6 


8 






- 


4.0 


9 





7. 





- 




2.0 


Frederick 


63 


4 


45. 


8 


9. 3 


1.0 


7 


3 


49. 


1 


33 


3 


9 





. 5 


6. 3 


14 


3 


12. 


5 


. 3 


. 5 


1.0 


Garrett 


18 


3 


12. 


3 






6 





9. 


2 


6 


2 








3.0 


9 


1 


6. 


1 






3.0 


liar ro r a 


152 





135. 





1.0 


2.0 


14 





106 





89 





1 





2.0 


14.0 


46 





46. 





_ 






Howard 


99 


6 


69. 


2 


7.4 


1.0 


22 





85. 


2 


54 


8 


7 


4 


1.0 


22.0 


14 


4 


14. 


4 








Kent 


26 





22.0 


1.0 




3 





24. 





20 





1 







3.0 


2 





2. 











Montgomery 


486. 1 


344. 1 


11.0 


1.0 


130 





274. 


9 


179 


5 


8 


4 




87.0 


211 


2 


164. 


6 


2.6 


1.0 


43.0 


Prince George's* 


540 


1 


424.2 


19.8 


14.3 


81 


8 


411. 


2 


308 


1 


18 


3 


10.0 


74.8 


128 


9 


116. 


1 


1.5 


4. 3 


7.0 


Queen Anne' s 


39 





27. 





1.0 




11 





35. 





23 





1 







11.0 


4 





4. 











St. Mary's 


56 


4 


38.4 


5.0 




13 





26. 


8 


18 


3 


2 


5 




6.0 


29 


6 


20. 


1 


2.5 




7.0 


Somerset 


7 





4. 









3 





5. 





3 











2.0 


2. 





1. 









1.0 


Talbot 


28. -0 


17. 





3.0 




8 





23. 





12 





3 







8.0 


5. 





5. 











Washington 


98.0 


88. 









10 





79. 





70 











9.0 


19. 





18. 









1.0 


Wicomico 


24.4 


23. 


4 






1 





10. 


8 


10 











0.8 


13. 


6 


13.4 






0.2 


Worcester 


18 





16. 









2 





15. 





14 











1.0 


3. 





2. 









1.0 



*jta for Prince George's are as of 1971-72. 



TABLE 

68 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1972 



Number of 
Teachers 
and 
Principa Is 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


j-t 
u 
gj 
> 

<a 

u 


Caroline || 


Carroll 


Cecil 


00 
0) 

U 

a 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


■o 
u 
o 

tw 
a 

X 


Howard 


Kent 1 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's | 


00 

« 

J 

CO 


u 
4) 
a 

«i 

1 

CO 


4J 

o 

« 

H 


c 
o 

c 

X 

a 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


975 


28 


77 


161 


113 


9 


6 


17 


16 


18 


17 


26 


15 


28 


2 1 


5 


145 


174 


7 


17 


12 


8 


30 


18 


7 


1.0 - 1.9 


4 




~ 


1 






■ 






_ 


1 


" 


" 


_ 


' 












1 


_ 


_ 


1 




2.0 - 2.9 


8 






5 












_ 


' 






- 














3 


- 


- 






3.0 - 3.9 


15 


1 




6 




_ 


1 






_ 


2 




2 


_ 














1 


_ 


- 


1 


1 


4.0 - 4.9 


15 


1 




2 




_ 








1 


/. 




1 


- 












1 


_ 


_ 


1 


i. 


o 
L 


5.0 - 5.9 


8 


1 


1 


" 




_ 








_ 


1 




2 


_ 










1 


_ 


- 


- 


2 






6.0 - 6.9 


10 


■ 


" 


2 




1 






1 


_ 


1 


1 


3 


_ 






1 










_ 


- 






7.0 - 7.9 


10 


1 


1 


1 




_ 




2 




_ 




1 


1 


_ 




1 








_ 


_ 


2 


_ 






8.0 - 8.9 


13 


2 


1 


2 




1 








_ 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


1 










2 


1 


_ 


_ 






9.0 - 9.9 


22 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1 








_ 




2 




_ 


2 




1 


1 






2 


1 


3 


I 




10.0 - 10.9 


23 


2 


1 


4 


2 








1 


1 


2 






_ 


2 




3 


2 


1 


_ 




_ 


1 


1 




11.0 - 11.9 


22 


3 


2 


1 


1 


_ 






1 


1 








1 


3 




/, 




1 


1 




_ 


_ 


I 




12.0 - 12.9 


24 


3 


" 


3 


~ 


_ 






1 


3 




■ 


" 


2 


5 




3 




1 


2 




_ 


1 






13.0 - 13.9 


34 


1 


1 


~ 


1 


_ 


■ 




2 




o 


1 


1 


_ 


7 


1 


8 


5 




1 


1 


_ 


1 






14.0 - 14.9 


29 


1 


3 


6 


1 


1 






1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


1 




/, 


1 




2 


1 


_ 


3 






15.0 - 15.9 


34 




1 


2 


3 






1 












_ 






11 


8 


_ 


1 


2 


- 


4 


1 


_ 


16.0 - 16.9 


28 


1 


2 


4 


1 


_ 


1 


2 




_ 






1 


_ 




1 


6 


4 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


2 






17.0 - 17.9 


39 


3 


5 


4 




1 






2 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


2 






13 


3 


1 


. 


- 


1 


. 






18.0 - 18.9 


34 




2 


3 


4 






2 


1 


_ 




1 




2 






10 


6 




1 


_ 


- 


1 




1 


19,0 - 19.9 


31 


1 


1 


3 


3 


_ 




1 


2 






1 




_ 






8 


8 




1 


- 


1 


1 






20.0 - 20.9 


31 


2 


1 


6 




_ 






1 


_ 




3 




_ 






8 


6 




2 


- 


- 


2 






21.0 - 21.9 


32 




1 


14 




1 








2 




1 




1 






8 


4 




_ 


- 




- 






22.0 - 22.9 


46 




2 


8 


6 


1 


1 




2 


1 




1 




_ 






5 


13 




1 


- 


2 


2 




1 


23.0 - 23.9 


25 




2 


8 


2 


1 




2 




2 








- 




1 


3 


4 




- 


- 


- 


- 






24.0 - 24.9 


47 




6 


13 


7 


- 








- 




1 




1 




1 


7 


10 




1 


- 


- 


- 






25.0 - 25.9 


41 




3 


11 


3 














2 










7 


12 










1 


2 




26.0 - 26.9 


40 




4 


5 


4 










2 




1 




3 






4 


13 










2 




2 


27.0 - 27.9 


36 




7 


2 


7 








1 


1 






1 


1 






4 


11 












1 




28.0 - 28.9 


42 




9 


6 


4 




1 






1 




2 










2 


14 










1 


2 




29.0 - 29.9 


28 




3 


2 


8 










1 








1 






6 


6 










1 






30.0 - 30.9 


30 




2 


4 


6 




1 










1 




3 






3 


7 


1 








1 


1 




31.0 - 31.9 


43 




4 


14 


6 




1 


2 








1 




1 






4 


8 












2 




32.0 - 32.9 


27 


1 


2 


4 


9 


1 












1 










4 


5 
















33.0 - 33.9 


21 




1 


2 


5 






2 




1 


1 












3 


6 
















34.0 - 34.9 


22 




1 


2 


6 






2 








1 




2 






2 


5 












1 




35 . - over 


61 


1 


6 


9 


23 






1 












8 






3 


9 












1 





NOTE: Includes elementary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except for middle schools which are 



included in toto with high schools. 



Number of Maryland Public High Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1972 



TABLE 

69 



INUUIUcL U J. 
'Pt"'^nl^^T^a 1 c 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Ca Ivert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 

II 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 

II 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


392 


11 


20 


57 


48 


4 


4 


11 


9 


10 


5 


10 


4 


12 


15 


4 


53 


61 


4 


7 


7 


5 


16 


8 


7 


1.0 - 2.9 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.0 - 4.9 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5.0 - 6.9 


3 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7.0 - 8.9 


5 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9.0 - 10.9 


7 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


11.0 - 12.9 


6 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


13.0 - 14.9 


7 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15.0 - 16.9 


12 


1 






2 




2 






2 




1 






1 


1 




1 




1 












17.0 - 18.9 


6 


1 




1 












1 




















1 


1 








1 


19.0 - 20.9 


6 






2 




2 


























1 






1 








21.0 - 22.9 


5 


1 






1 








1 




















1 










1 




23.0 - 24.9 


5 














1 


1 




1 












1 














1 




25.0 - 29.9 


22 


1 




2 


1 






3 


2 




1 








1 








1 


1 


2 


1 


5 






30.0 - 34.9 


15 






4 






















4 






3 






1 




1 


1 




35.0 - 39.9 


21 


2 


1 


2 










2 






1 




1 


3 


1 


1 


4 




1 






1 






40.0 - 44.9 


25 


2 




1 








1 


1 






2 


1 








4 


9 








1 


2 






45.0 - 49.9 


26 






1 


1 






1 


1 






1 




2 


2 




4 


9 




1 






2 






50.0 - 54.9 


16 






2 








2 




1 




2 




1 






2 


5 










1 






55.0 - 59.9 


21 


1 


1 


1 


2 








1 










1 


1 




7 


5 














1 


60.0 - 64.9 


22 






4 


1 






1 








1 






1 


1 


7 


5 








1 








65.0 - 69.9 


21 






1 


2 










2 














8 


2 




2 








4 




70.0 - 74.9 


23 


1 


1 


3 


7 






1 














1 




4 


5 
















75.0 - 79.9 


20 


1 




3 


8 
















1 


1 






2 


2 


1 








1 






80.0 - 84.9 


15 




1 


1 


7 


















1 






4 


1 
















85.0 - 89.9 


7 






1 


4 


















1 








1 
















90.0 - 94.9 


10 




2 


4 


1 






1 


















1 












1 






95.0 - 99.9 


8 




1 


3 


2 
























2 


















100.0 - over 


52 




11 


15 


8 












1 


1 




2 






6 


8 

















NOTE: Includes secondary organizations in schools which contain both elementary and secondary grades, except middle schools. The total 
membership of middle schools ds included above. 



TABLE 




Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 



Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


English 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


Other 
Lan- 
guages 


Social 
Studies 


Mathe- 
matics 


Science 


Business 
Education 


Arts 
and 
Crafts 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 




Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 




o 


f 


of 


of 


of 




c 


)f 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 




T 


S 


X 


s 


T 


s 


T 


- 


T 


; 




; 


X 


s 


T 


s 


1 


s 


T 


s 


1 ta 1 b ta L e 


3, 848 


360 


81 


78 


585 


303 


489 


238 


106 


iUU 


3, 160 


359 


2,570 


361 


2,735 


359 


1,209 


237 


295 


137 


Allegany 


76 


10 


3 


3 


14 


10 


5 


4 




- 


_ 


63 


10 


54 


10 


55 


10 


31 


9 


3 


3 


Anne Arundel 


311 


19 


5 


5 


38 


18 


23 


10 


* 


7 


* 4 


251 


19 


196 


19 


214 


19 


118 


8 


48 


13 


Baltimore City 


552 


49 


4 


4 


106 


43 


62 


33 


r 


20 


J on 


438 


49 


408 


49 


390 


47 


245 


44 


- 


- 


Bal tiniore 


583 


43 


4 


4 


89 


41 


107 


42 


/ 


15 


/ 1 c 

/ 15 


489 


44 


405 


44 


431 


44 


161 


23 


- 


- 


Calvert 


35 


3 


2 


2 


4 


3 


~ 


■ 




- 




26 


3 


23 


3 


21 


3 


6 


2 


1 


1 


Caroline 


22 




1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 




- 




20 


4 


14 


4 


15 


4 


16 


4 


4 


2 


Carroll 


71 


10 


1 


1 


6 


4 


5 


3 




4 


* 3 


56 


10 


52 


10 


49 


10 


21 


5 


1 


1 


Cecil 


73 


9 


- 


- 


5 


3 


2 


2 


* 


1 


* 1 


53 


8 


48 


8 


46 


8 


13 


5 


3 


3 


Charles 


77 


3 






6 


4 


3 


3 








48 


8 


37 


8 


41 


8 


18 


3 


1 


1 


Dorches ter 


30 


5 


1 
1 






•3 
J 












77 


J 


18 


5 


21 


5 


14 


3 






Frederick 


75 


10 


4 


4 


9 


7 


6 


5 








62 


10 


56 


10 


54 


10 


34 


7 


7 


5 


Garrett 


25 


4 






3 


2 












22 


4 


17 


4 


16 


4 


9 


2 


3 


2 


Harford 


154 


11 


3 


3 


10 


6 


10 


5 


/ 


7 


/ 5 


135 


10 


91 


11 


89 


11 


43 


6 


8 


4 


Howard 


117 


13 


1 


1 


20 


13 


9 


5 


/ 


1 


jf 1 


68 


13 


66 


13 


54 


13 


23 


6 


3 


6 


Kent 


23 


4 


1 


1 


5 


4 


1 


1 








21 


4 


18 


4 


14 


4 


5 


1 


1 


1 


Montgomery 


613 


51 


24 


21 


135 


51 


135 


49 


/ 


26 


/ 26 


511 


52 


438 


52 


417 


52 


118 


23 


75 


35 


Prince George' s 


683 


60 


16 


16 


97 


59 


97 


59 


/ 


22 


/ 23 


470 


59 


421 


60 


578 


59 


224 


59 


91 


42 


Queen Anne ' s 


27 


4 






2 


1 


2 


1 








26 


4 


11 


3 


14 


4 


7 


1 


2 


1 


St. Mary's 


48 


6 


1 


1 


3 


3 


5 


4 








35 


6 


29 


6 


29 


6 


13 


2 






Somerset 


23 


7 






3 


3 












21 


7 


18 


7 


16 


7 


13 


4 






Talbot 


25 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 








19 


4 


15 


4 


17 


4 


10 


2 






Washington 


110 


14 


5 


5 


12 


11 


5 


4 


* 


3 


* 2 


112 


14 


69 


14 


92 


14 


31 


8 


30 


11 


Wicomico 


57 


6 


4 


4 


5 


5 


8 


4 








54 


6 


43 


6 


39 


6 


21 


7 


5 


3 


Worcester 


38 


6 






3 


3 

































Note: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 



*Genzan 

/Includes 17 teachers and 17 schools teaching German, 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Hebrew, 2 teachers and 2 schools teaching Swahili in Baltimore 
City; 7 teachers and 7 schools teaching German, 3 teachers and 8 schools teaching Russian in Baltimore County; 6 teachers and 4 schools teaching 
German, 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Hebrew in Harford; 1 teacher and 1 school teaching German and Russian in Howard; 23 teachers and 23 schools 
teaching German, 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Hebrew, 2 teachers and 2 schools teaching Russian in Montgomery; 19 teachers and 20 schools teaching 
German, 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Italian, 2 teachers and 2 schools teaching Russian in Prince George's. 



TABLE 



Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 




Fall of 1972 



Local Unit 


Art 


Music 


Agri- 
cul ture 


Home 
Eco- 
nomics 


Physical 
Edu- 
cation 


Industrial Education 


Driver 

Edu- 
cation 


Special 

Edu- 
cation 


Adminis- 
tra tion 
Super- 
vision 


Guidance 


Library 


Arts 


Voca- 
tional 


Techi- 
nical 




Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 


Number 
of 




T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


1 State 


729 


320 


907 


353 


80 


55 


964 


360 


1,872 


368 


1,023 


343 


882 


186 


1 3 


1 1 


2 19 


1 i-> 


749 


ICQ 
ZD J 


i , Od J 


381 


1,073 


ICQ 
JDO 


/. c 


347 


Allegany 


15 


7 


24 


10 


1 


1 


25 


10 


39 


10 


26 


11 


18 


3 


- 


- 


10 


7 


7 


5 


25 


11 


17 


10 


13 


10 


Anne Arundel 


46 


17 


69 


18 


1 


1 


71 


18 


134 


19 


71 


18 


47 


9 


- 


- 


1 


1 


51 


18 


97 


20 


80 


20 


28 


18 


Baltimore City 


134 


45 


137 


49 


2 


2 


191 


50 


251 


53 


?^199 


^40 


188 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


273 


43 


152 


54 


165 


51 


70 


44 


Baltimore 


156 


44 


149 


45 


3 


I 


137 


42 


307 


45 


154 


42 


121 


24 


- 


- 


25 


19 


96 


40 


141 


47 


161 


47 


85 


44 


Calvert 





1 


/ 


J 


1 


1 
i 


Q 


4 


1 Q 


-1 
J 


7 






1 
i 






9 

£. 


9 
Z 




O 

z 


1 n 








i; 
J 


-3 
J 


Caroline 


6 


4 


9 


4 


1 


1 


7 


4 


13 


4 


5 


4 


6 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


8 


3 


8 


4 


9 


4 


4 


4 


Carroll 


15 


9 


22 


10 


4 


3 


20 


10 


46 


10 


19 


9 


31 


4 


1 


1 


4 


3 


13 


9 


28 


11 


25 


11 


11 


10 


Cecil 


11 


8 


14 


8 


2 


1 


13 


8 


30 


8 


15 


8 


24 


5 


- 


- 


6 


5 


4 


3 


18 


9 


11 


9 


8 


8 


Charles 




J 




Q 
O 


9 
L 


i- 







JD 


Q 
O 


1 J 


Q 
O 


1 9 
i i. 








L 


L 






Zu 


9 


18 


8 


7 




Dorchester 


7 


4 


9 


5 


3 


2 


1 


5 


15 


5 


6 


5 


3 


1 










7 


3 


12 


5 


8 


5 


5 


5 


Frederick 


16 


9 


30 


10 


10 


6 


20 


10 


45 


10 


20 


10 


33 


8 






6 


5 


10 


6 


30 


10 


25 


10 


11 


10 


Garrett 


3 


2 


5 


2 


2 


2 


5 


2 


12 


4 


6 


3 


9 


2 






3 


2 


4 


1 


8 


4 


4 


2 


3 


3 


Harford 


19 


9 


32 


10 


5 


2 


28 


10 


66 


10 


37 


10 


24 


6 






11 


5 


14 


7 


28 


11 


30 


11 


12 


10 


Howard 


15 


10 


24 


12 


2 


1 


23 


14 


41 


13 


25 


13 


19 


3 






4 


4 


15 


12 


31 


14 


33 


14 


16 


13 


Kent 


4 


3 


6 


4 


2 


1 


5 


4 


14 


4 


5 


4 


11 


1 






1 


1 


3 


3 


10 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Montgomery 


119 


50 


112 


53 


10 


8 


120 


53 


301 


53 


161 


53 


133 


32 


8 


7 


62 


22 


70 


31 


154 


51 


196 


52 


74 


52 


Prince George's 


102 


58 


150 


59 


9 


8 


182 


60 


349 


61 


181 


59 


88 


22 


2 


2 


56 


19 


107 


49 


177 


61 


201 


61 


62 


59 


Queen Anne' s 


2 


2 


7 


4 


2 


1 


5 


4 


11 


4 


4 


3 


9 


1 






2 


1 


8 


2 


7 


4 


6 


4 


4 


4 


St. Mary's 


1 


6 


13 


6 


3 


2 


11 


6 


22 


6 


10 


6 


14 


3 






3 


3 


9 


4 


19 


7 


14 


7 


10 


7 


Somerset 


I 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


6 


5 


13 


7 


3 


3 


2 


2 






1 


1 






11 


6 


5 


3 


3 


3 


Talbot 


6 


4 


9 


4 


2 


2 


7 


5 


12 


4 


7 


4 


10 


2 






2 


1 


4 


3 


10 


5 


6 


5 


4 


4 


Washington 


10 


9 


34 


14 


9 


5 


28 


14 


45 


14 


29 


14 


32 


6 


2 


1 


6 


4 


14 


9 


32 


15 


23 


13 


14 


13 


Wicomico 


12 


6 


15 


6 


1 


1 


18 


7 


33 


7 


12 


6 


24 


4 






7 


3 


9 


3 


19 


8 


15 


7 


6 


6 


Worcester 


6 


5 


12 


6 


2 


1 


9 


6 


18 


6 


8 


6 


14 


1 






3 


3 


4 


2 


16 


7 


9 


6 


6 


6 



N e: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 
'Itimated. 



TABLE 

71 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1962-63 - 1972-73 



Type of Certificate 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


Grand Total 


1,879 


1,988 


2,258 


*2,737 


2,448 


2,954 


3,511 


3,256 


3,530 


4,177 


4,190 


Elementary 


740 


732 


837 


1,016 


1,054 


1,305 


1,612 


1,443 


1,574 


1,952 


1,949 


Secondary 


1, 138 


1,256 


1,421 


/I, 667 


/I, 334 


/1, 571 


/I, 793 


/1, 632 


1,725 


/I, 966 


1,924 


Agricul ture 


7 


3 


7 


8 


5 


10 


8 


3 


8 


7 


8 


Art 


57 


79 


101 


87 


68 


78 


147 


90 


134 


135 


129 


Business Education 


30 


21 


35 


57 


32 


38 


48 


33 


39 


92 


108 


English 


202 


282 


288 


284 


228 


310 


324 


306 


274 


284 


271 


Foreign Languages 


65 


81 


109 


70 


88 


119 


113 


146 


115 


148 


126 


Home Economics 


53 


46 


57 


66 


54 


65 


75 


87 


85 


84 


95 


Industrial Education 


18 


15 


18 


11 


21 


11 


40 


51 


35 


50 


58 


Mathematics 


96 


92 


109 


155 


116 


158 


180 


119 


127 


139 


151 


Music 


47 


45 


59 


99 


57 


60 


68 


57 


65 


46 


87 


Physical Education 


107 


118 


164 


149 


122 


118 


142 


181 


215 


285 


289 


Science: 
























General Science 


37 


40 


48 


?^91 


20 


fUl 


?^21 


33 


61 


21 


14 


Biology 


41 


76 


45 


80 


93 


89 


78 


71 


82 


66 


87 


Chemistry 


8 


5 


10 


19 


23 


18 


16 


6 


7 


18 


15 


Physics 


2 


15 


3 


9 


1 


4 


8 


4 


4 


4 


4 


Social Science 


262 


276 


324 


432 


347 


363 


435 


356 


430 


428 


450 


Speech 


19 


31 


31 


8 


12 


20 


29 


21 


32 


53 


31 


Junior High (General) 


87 


30 


10 






4 


2 




12 






Other 




1 


3 


3 


2 


29 




1 






1 


Other: 


1 






20 


60 


78 


106 


181 


231 


259 


317 


Guidance 








5 


8 


25 


38 


23 


4 


28 


38 


Library Science 


1 






4 


4 


25 


13 


2 


19 


42 


24 


Special Education 








1 


8 


19 


12 


156 


178 


140 


219 


Other 








10 




9 


43 




30 


49 


36 



"'Includes 34 not reported by organization and subject. 

/Includes the following not reported by subject: 1965-66, 39; 1966-67, 45; 1967-68, 30; 1968-69, 59; 1969-70, 67; 1971-72, 106. 
?^Includes the following not reported by type of science: 1965-66, 62, 1967-68, 4; 1968-69, 6. 



TABLE 

72 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1972-73 



Typ G or Certiticstc 


Grand Total 


Master's Degree 


Bachelor * s 


Degree 




i ta i 




r ema ie 


lo ta 1 




Fema i e 


To ta 1 


Male 


Female 


Grand Total 


*4,190 


-.n,054 


*3,136 


*230 


*10 


*160 


*3,960 


*984 




*2, 


976 


Elementary 


1,949 


219 


1,730 


116 


27 


89 


1,833 


192 




I, 


641 


Secondary 


1,924 


111 


1,147 


31 


14 


17 


1,893 


763 




1. 


130 


Agriculture 


8 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8 


7 






1 


Art 


129 


29 


100 


_ 


_ 


_ 


129 


29 






100 


Business Education 


108 


46 


62 


_ 


_ 


_ 


108 


46 






62 


English 


271 


44 


227 


5 


_ 


5 


266 


44 






222 


Foreign Languages 


126 


11 


115 


1 


_ 


1 


125 


1 1 
I i 






11/, 


Home Economics 


95 


- 


95 


- 


- 


- 


95 








95 


Industrial Education 


58 


58 










58 


58 






- 


Mathematics 


151 


58 


93 


1 


1 




150 


57 






93 


Music 


87 


41 


46 


1 




1 


86 


41 






45 


Physical Education 


289 


161 


128 


14 


8 


6 


275 


153 






122 


Science: 
























General Science 


14 


10 


4 


- 


- 


- 


14 


10 






4 


Biology 


87 


41 


46 


3 




3 


84 


41 






43 


Chemistry 


15 


10 


5 








15 


10 






5 


Physics 


4 


4 










4 


4 








Social Science 


450 


247 


203 


6 


5 


1 


444 


242 






202 


Speech 


31 


9 


22 








31 


9 






22 


Junior High (General) 
























Other 


1 


1 










1 


1 








Other: 


317 


58 


259 


83 


29 


54 


234 


29 






205 


Guidance 


38 


13 


25 


38 


13 


25 












Library Science 


24 


2 


22 


7 


1 


6 


17 


1 






16 


Special Education 


219 


38 


181 


26 


12 


14 


193 


26 






167 


Other 


/,?^ 36 


/,?^ 5 


/,?^ 31 


/12 


/ 3 


/ 9 


24 


^ 2 






22 



*Includes 1973 Preliminary for Master's Degree and Bachelor's Degree at Towson State College; 1972 Final for Bachelor's Degree only at 
Bowie State College. 

/Includes the following: 2 men and 2 women, school psychologist; 1 woman reading specialist, 1 man and 6 women, speech and hearing 

therapists. 
^Speech and hearing therapists. 



I 



! 



ADULT PROGRAM DATA 




Amual Report 



TABLE 

73 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1962-63 - 1972-73 



Year 






Number o 


f Applicants Who 




Total Number 
of 

Certificates 
Issued 


Completed 
Examination* 


Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
through USAFX/ 


1962-63 


2 


595 


1,307 


746 


2, 


053 


1963-64 


3 


015 


1 


455 


747 


2, 


202 


1964-65 


3 


274 




437 


672 


2, 


109 


1965-66 


3 


562 


1 


595 


592 


2, 


187 


1966-67 


3 


905 


1 


763 


584 


2, 


347 


1967-68 


4 


947 


2 


109 


881 


2, 


990 


1968-69 


6 


495 


2, 


838 


875 


3, 


713 


1969-70 


8 


453 


3 


363 


1,091 


4, 


454 


1970-71 


8 


725 


4 


252 


1,009 


5, 


261 


1971-72 


9 


118 


^, 


272 


858 


5, 


130 


1972-73 


8 


941 


4 


302 


781 


5, 


083 



*Includes re-tests. 



/United States Armed Forces Institute. 



TABLE 

74 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


.Americani- 
zation and 
Citizenship 


Elementary 
Education 


High School 
Academic 
Education 


Language 


Rapid 
Reading 


Phy.ici 
Fitness 


French 


Spanish 


Russian 


German 


Other 


Teachers 


Classes 


Enroll- 


C 


E 


r 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


r 


E 


r 




r 


E 


C 


E 


r 


E 


Total State 


1 A ^ ^ 




J , OZO 


10 


130 


8 


118 


791 


14,759 


61 


1,231 


87 


1,629 


4 


69 


44 


984 


40 


725 


18 


364 


220 


5,2 


Al legany 


10 


1 T 
i / 


j4Z 




. 














_ 


















_ 


4 




Anne Arundel 


/O 


i J 


1 A 


4 


63 


- 


- 


23 


520 


- 


- 


1 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


79 


3 


1 


Baltimore City 


172 


367 


7,927 






8 


118 


284 


5,890 


4 


28 


9 


86 






















Bal timore 


235 


397 


11,577 


\ 








97 


1,927 


5 


101 


17 


335 






6 


163 


2 


46 


8 


157 


24 


9 


Calvert 


lo 


I 1 


zo / 


_ 




_ 




2 


46 


























1 




Caroline 


4 


6 


113 










. 


. 


. 




























Carroll 




/ D 


1 , U jtf 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


63 


1 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 




Cecil 


13 


32 


451 






































4 




Charles 


22 


33 


690 










8 


173 


\ 
















'_ 












Dorchester 


1 "5 


1 1 
1 1 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


70 


_ 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Frederick 


SlCt 
oV 




i , J Jo 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 


196 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


2 


Garrett 


15 


20 


462 






































4 




Harford 


162 


438 


7,702 


1 


9 






122 


2,007 


















16 


210 






83 


1,8 


Howard 


54 


81 


1,505 










4 


73 


























6 


1 


Kent 


79 


66 


1,197 










4 


39 


1 


6 


2 


27 


















1 




Mon tgomery 


340 


760 


15,667 


4 


46 






161 


3,024 


45 


989 


48 


1,022 


4 


69 


34 


760 


21 


458 


6 


128 


1 




Prince George ' s 


181 


348 


5,960 










20 


337 


3 


57 


10 


141 






4 


61 


1 


11 






53 


1.1 


Queen Anne ' s 


10 


14 


253 










2 


34 


2 


37 


























St. Mary's 


48 


105 


1,704 


1 


12 






20 


237 


























3 


2 


Somerset 


25 


42 


578 










8 


113 


























1 




Talbot 


6 


6 


79 










































Washington 


18 


51 


785 






































5 




Wicomico 


10 


10 


116 










































Worcester 


13 


11 


253 










1 


10 


























1 





*Programs administered by local boards of education. 



TABLE 

74 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Business Education 


Fine 


Ar ts 


Arts and 
Crafts, 
Ceramics 


Music 


Furni ture 
Ref inishing. 
Woodworking 


Other 
Prac tical 
and 
Applied 


Other/ 


Bookkeeping 


Shor thand- 
Stenography 


Typing 


Other 




C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


c 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


Total Unit 


9 


97 


16 


176 


40 


641 


70 


981 


99 


1,953 


405 


7,558 


40 


976 


88 


1,431 


415 


7,201 


698 


17,222 


All egany 


- 


- 




- 




- 










1 


30 


2 


35 


2 


44 


5 


201 


3 


110 


Anne Arundel 














2 


34 


- 


- 


16 


265 


4 


79 


4 


64 


46 


868 


28 


856 


Baltimore City 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3 


- 


- 


2 


24 














58 


1,778 


Bal timore 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


93 


2,013 


- 


- 


16 


300 


4 


81 


125 


5,508 


Calvert 


- 


- 


1 


22 


2 


35 


1 


20 


- 


- 


1 


12 


- 


- 


1 


13 


4 


68 


4 


58 


Car 1 ine 






















1 


27 






2 


41 


3 


45 






Carrol 1 


2 


17 


2 


24 


4 


64 


2 


17 


- 


- 


4 


65 


3 


36 


7 


89 


11 


157 


27 


413 


Cecil 


- 
















- 


- 


4 


43 






4 


59 


18 


245 


2 


13 


Charles 


- 


- 


1 


10 


4 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


90 


- 




2 


36 


5 


79 


7 


252 


Dorchester 






1 


17 


1 


26 


1 


20 


- 


- 


2 


24 






1 


9 


1 


10 


2 


63 




2 


10 


5 


32 


9 


99 


3 


17 






15 


150 


2 


79 


11 


167 




70 


26 


430 


Garrett 


















- 


- 


1 


15 


4 


97 






4 


53 


7 


221 


Harford 














55 


801 


28 


511 














75 


1,242 


58 


1,040 


Howard 


















2 


32 


7 


110 






5 


64 


26 


475 


31 


611 


Kent 


I 


18 


2 


26 


2 


38 


1 


18 


- 


- 


5 


92 






3 


68 


14 


248 


30 


571 


Montgomery 














1 


24 


66 


1,377 


149 


3,085 


17 


556 


5 


113 


17 


357 


181 


3,633 


Prince George' s 


















3 


33 


46 


734 


8 


94 


21 


302 


115 


2,037 


64 


1,014 


Queen Anne' s 


2 


36 


1 


15 


2 


38 










1 


22 










1 


24 


3 


47 


St. Mary's 


1 


10 


2 


18 


9 


156 


2 


27 






5 


73 






3 


47 


29 


485 


25 


367 


Somerset 










3 


54 










14 


147 










9 


143 


7 


99 


Talbot 


1 


6 


1 


12 


1 


20 










1 


12 










2 


29 






Washington 






















28 


448 










12 


182 


6 


74 


Wicomico 






















1 


12 






1 


15 


5 


37 


3 


52 


Worcester 










3 


61 










2 


65 










3 


65 


1 


12 



"'Programs administered by local boards of education. 
/See following pages for detail. 



TABLE 

74 

Detailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as summarized on the preceding table. 



Local Unit 


Subj ec t 


Classes 


Enro 11- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Allegany 


. - - ■ 
Auto Mechanics women 


1 
i 


A Q 
HO 


Bal timore 


Driver Education 


47 


1,714 




Ballroom Dancing 


1 


44 


(continued) 


Effective Reading 


1 


108 




Great Books 


1 


18 




Investments 


20 


417 












Jewish Law/Customs 


1 


17 


Anne Arundel 


Auto Mechanics 




83 




Lecture Series 


1 


421 




Basic Auto Mechanics 


4 


92 




Lithuanian History 


2 


32 




Boat Ovmers Maintenance 


2 


25 




Parent Communication 


1 


34 




Boating Safety and Seamanship 


5 


194 




Parent Observation A 


3 


46 




Electricity 


2 


61 




Parent Observation B 


3 


45 




Family Life and Human Development 


3 


72 




Parent Observation C 


2 


32 




Introduction COBOL 


1 


15 




Photography 


3 


77 




Investments 


2 


41 




Report Writing for Patrolmen 


1 


95 




Oriental Antiques 


1 


201 




Seamanship 


12 


618 




Parliamentary Procedures 


1 


19 




Seamanship - Advanced 


1 


27 




Reading Readiness 


1 


1 1 




Teacher Aides 


2 


34 




Sign Language for Hearing Persons 


2 


42 




V.D. Information Series 


1 


659 


Baltimore City 


Discussion Classes 


2 


55 


Calvert 


Auto Maintenance 


2 


38 




Parent Education 


50 


1,570 




Grooming 


1 


11 




Problems of Democracy 


6 


153 




Masonry 


1 


9 


Bal timore 


American Antiques 


1 


21 












Antiques 


4 


81 


Carrol 1 


Auto Body Repair 


1 


11 




Antiques and Collectibles 


2 


48 




Auto Mechanic 


3 


44 




Basic Sailing 


1 


29 




Communications Techniques 


1 


14 




Body Language 


I 


14 




Drafting 


1 


15 




College Information/Parents 


6 


110 




Electronic - Basic 


1 


12 




Communication Disorders A 


1 


25 




First Aid 


1 


41 




Communication Disorders B 


1 


24 




Investments and Securities 


1 


27 




Counter Culture/Life 


1 


14 




Language and Speech Course for 








Creative Writing 


1 


14 




Parents 


1 


10 




Current Issues 


1 


18 




Masonry Trades 


3 


39 




Defensive Driving 








Party Bridge 







TABLE 

74 

tailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as summarized on the preceding table. 









Enroll- 








Enroll 




S u b J G c t 


Classes 


ment 


Locsl Unit 


Sub j ec t 


Classes 


ment 


Krroll 


Photography 


1 


14 


Garrett 


Theatre Workshop 


1 


12 


^:ontinued) 


Pilots Graduate School 


2 


44 


(continued) 


Trust Functions and Services 


1 


37 




Welding 


8 


104 












Wills and Estate 


1 


12 


Harford 


Conference Leadership 


4 


88 












Drama Workshops 


7 


204 


;cil 


Golf Fundamentals 


1 


9 




General Interest 


40 


650 




Photography- 


1 


4 




Machine Tool Operators Training 


5 


71 












Upward Mobility 


2 


27 


lar les 


Auto Mechanics 


4 


68 












Boating Safety 


1 


150 


Howard 


Antiques 


3 


60 




Elec tronics 


2 


34 




Basic Fireman's Training 


2 


69 












Beginning Bridge 


3 


96 


Drchester 


General Shop 


2 


63 




Better Your Bridge 


2 


41 












Cable Television 


1 


19 


rederick 


Antique Refinishing 


1 


10 




College: Who Needs it? 


1 


4 




Auto Mechanics 


1 


3 




Contemporary Issues 


3 


53 




Drafting 


1 


2 




Great Decisions of 1973 


1 


6 




Driver Education 


3 


57 




Handywoman's Home Repair 


3 


61 




Electricity 


1 


16 




Home Maintenance 


1 


20 




Metal Shop 


2 


22 




Intermediate Bridge 


1 


28 




Movies 


1 


40 




Manual Communication 


1 


11 




Pilot Ground School 


2 


33 




Masonry 


1 


22 




Plumbing and Heating 


2 


19 




Nutrition in the Kitchen 


1 


6 




Postal Examination 


1 


9 




Opportunities for Women 


1 


14 




Trowel Trades 


5 


98 




Powder Puff Auto Mechanics 


3 


64 




Volunteer Reading Training Program 


5 


101 




Practical Course in Self Defense 


2 


20 




Welding 


1 


20 




Women in Literature and Society 


1 


17 


arrett 


Art of Photography 


1 


7 


Kent 


Air Condi tiong 


1 


11 




Land Disposition 


1 


135 




Air Conditioning/Refrigeration 


1 


21 




Practical Politics 


1 


12 




Auto Repair 


2 


30 




Real Estate 


1 


13 




Bridge 


2 


39 




Space Workshop 


1 


5 




Car Care 


1 


18 



li 



TABLE 

74 

Detailed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as summarized on the preceding table. 









Enrol 1- 








Enro 1 1 - 


Local Unit 


Subjec t 


Classes 


men t 


Local Unit 


Sub j ec t 


Classes 


men' 


Kent 


Dog Obedience 


2 


35 


Montgomery 


Handwriting Analysis 


5 


1 U 


(continued) 


Elec trici ty 


1 
I 


1 


(continued) 


High Points of Order 


2 


43 




Entertaining 


1 


10 




Income Tax Preparation 


3 


55 




First Aid 


1 


9 




Infant Education 


1 


10 




Home Repairs 


1 


38 




Investments 


3 


72 




Investments 


1 


oo 




Investments and Stock Market 


7 


207 




La bora tory Technic ian 


i 


Q 

o 




Italic Handwr i t ing 


5 


1 35 




Manager i a 1 Tra ining 


1 
i 


1 1 




Let s lake a Dira waiR 


3 


D J 




Marr iage/Fami ly 


1 

L 


J 




Let s laKe a waiK 


A 

4 


Q 7 




Masonry 








Lip Reading 



L 


3D 




Parent Seminar 


D 


1 "^A 
i 




Man-a Course of Study 


2 


1.4 




Pho tography 


I 


'XC\ 




Managing Childrens Behavior 


1 


LI 




T a X i d e rmy 


1 
I 


«; 




Manua 1 Communica tions 


J 


Qfl 

70 




We 1 d ing 


Z 


JO 




Mixed Media 

Pi lot Ground School 


1 
L 

2 


1 1 

1 i. 

32 


Mon tgotne ry 


Antique Furni ture 


1 


JO 




Keal t-state Law 


Q 

y 


ir\ 1 
jU i 




An tique Glass 


1 


34 




Single Parent Life 


3 


112 




Antique Jewelry 


2 


51 




Sumi - E 


3 


65 




Brai lie 


4 


i / 




Survey of Pharmacology 


•3 
J 


by 




Liv rrouuction work. 


1 


19 




Vocabulary Reading 


6 


1 3S 




Cal 1 igraphy 


9 


Z io 




Wigs and Vogues 


•a 
3 


35 




Child Development 


/. 


Q 7 
DO / 




Writing for Children 


z 


Jz 




Communicating Effectively 


1 


22 












Creative Writing 


4 


63 


Prince George' s 


Activities for Young Children 


2 


36 




Do Your Own Bag 


1 


18 




Amateur Radio 


2 


21 




Early American Glass 


1 


72 




Antiques 


1 


24 




Effective Speech 


2 


28 




Auto Mechanics 


1 


10 




Elementary Child Seminar 


4 


63 




Behavior Modif 


1 


32 




Elementary School Chi Id 


1 


13 




Braille 


2 


24 




Family Communication Skills 


19 


333 




Bridge 


4 


64 




Gems tone 


4 


74 




Buying and Selling Homes 


1 


33 




Gift Boutique 


3 


70 




Child and Parent 


1 


15 




Great Decisions 


3 


46 




Creative Writing 


3 


34 



TABLE 

74 

aLed explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as summarized on the preceding table. 



Uni t 


O U U J c L. U 


C 1 9 C C ^ C 
\j I. d O S t- O 


Enroll- 
ment 


T (*\/^ a 1 Tin 1 1" 


Q 1 1 n 1 c 1" 
O U U J c L. L- 


Classes 


nro 
msn t 


a George' s 


Current Affairs 


1 


14 


St. Mary' s 


Draf ting 


1 


8 


Lnued) 


Dactylology 


3 


50 


(continued) 


Electricity 


1 


7 




Driver Education 


1 


15 




Marine Engine 


1 


9 




Family Life and Human Development 


1 


12 




Nurse' s Aide 


2 


18 




First Aid 


2 


20 




Photography 


2 


19 




Ground School for Private Pilots 


1 


16 




Substitute Teacher Aide 


2 


49 




Home Management for Visually 








Welding 


2 


30 




Impaired 


1 


12 












How to Help Your Child in Elementary 






Somerset 


Diabetic Patient 


2 


25 




School 


2 


27 




First Aid 


1 


10 




Income Tax Preparation 


1 


18 




Fun Film 


1 


19 




Inves tments 


1 


13 




Overweight Problem 


1 


18 




Mechanics 


1 


10 




Reading 


2 


27 




Nursing Assistant 


7 


118 












Photography 


7 


109 


Washington 


Auto Mechanics 


2 


36 




Preparation for Civil Service 


1 


16 




Fundamentals of Defense 


2 


17 




Preparation for F.S.E.E. 


1 


15 




Photography 


1 


17 




Real Estate 


7 


125 




You Versus the Law 


1 


4 




Recreation for Mental Retardation - 
















Advanced 


1 


10 


Wicomico 


Films 


1 


30 




Relating to Elementary School 








Photography 


1 


7 




Children 


2 


27 




Welding 


1 


15 




Self Defense 


2 


47 












Speed Reading 


2 


31 


Worcester 


Shop - for Ladies 


1 


12 




Teletype Repair 


1 


16 










Anne ' s 


Auto Mechanics 


1 


15 












Welding 


2 


32 










ary' s 


Auto Body 


3 


38 












Auto Mechanics 


5 


88 












Bricklaying 


4 


66 












Community Counseling 


1 


17 












Dog Obedience 


1 


18 











TABLE 

75 

Vocational Adult Education Programs: Enrollment by Prograiii: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agri- 
culture 


Distribu- 
tive 
Educa- 
tion 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Consur.er 
and 
Homemaklng 
Education 


Occupa- 
tional 
Home 
Economics 


Occupa- 
tional 
Office 
Education 


Tech- 
nical 
Educa- 
tion 


Trade 
and 
Industrial 
Education 


Total State 


30 , '4? 2 






jU J 


11 Tan 


42 


S , / b 1 


294 


6,417 


Allegany 


1,886 


_ 


75 


13 


831 


38 


159 


72 


698 


Anne Arundel 


743 




2 






- 


618 


- 


123 


Baltimore City 


J , OO i 


1 
1 




111 
III 






1 , Jit 




1,731 


Baltimore 


11,061 




567 


137 


4, 593 




2, 729 


146 


2,889 


Calvert 




















Caroline 


25 


8 




_ 


_ 


_ 


17 




_ 


Carroll 


374 


- 


4 


3 


116 


- 


88 


- 


163 


Cecil 


JJ I 








46 




/ 1 




1 Q / 

104 


Charles 




















Dorches ter 




















Frederick 


511 


72 


_ 


_ 


242 


_ 


3 


1 


193 


Garrett 


78 


- 


49 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 


10 


Harford 




















Howard 




















Nenu 




















Montgomery 


6,841 


195 


67 


15 


4,578 


1 


1,398 




587 


Prince George's 


3,272 




16 


1 


169 


3 


1,869 


11 


1,203 


Queen Anne' s 


118 




64 


12 








21 


21 


St. Mary's 




















Somerset 




















Talbot 




















Washington 


1,079 






12 


396 




207 


24 


440 


Wicomico 


272 




1 








96 




175 


Worcester 





















TABLE 

76 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agri- 
culture 


Distribu- 


Health 

On f 1 1 n — 

WV> \^ U U <3 


Consumer 
and 
Homemaking 
Education 


Oc cupa- 
tional 
Home 
Economics 


Bus ine s s 
and 
Office 
Education 


Tech- 
nical 
Educa- 
tion 


Trade 
and 
Industrial 
Education 


General 

OcCUp3 tlOTlS 


Total State 


*171,784 


4,029 


2,856 


1,021 


92,794 


1,604 


45,015 


282 


21,122 


3,061 


Allegany 


3,849 


61 


104 


32 


2,237 


46 


864 


- 


505 




Anne Arundel 


14, 222 


65 


485 


131 


6,491 


40 


5,987 




637 


386 


Baltimore City 


29,945 


34 


494 


236 


16, 293 


86 


6,010 


84 


6, 708 




Bait imo r e 


25,080 


257 


555 


136 


14,895 




6, 341 




2, 317 


579 


Calvert 


1, 269 


26 


1 


19 


611 


20 


280 




312 




Caroline 


884 


45 




45 


192 




448 


- 


139 


15 


Carroll 


5, 106 


155 


14 


16 


3, 122 


76 


1,078 




413 


232 


Cecil 


2,796 


42 




46 


1,418 




766 




384 


140 


Char 1 e s 


3, 109 


39 






1,420 


37 


1, 206 




310 


97 


Dorchester 


1,040 


204 


96 




405 




289 






46 


Frederick 


5,749 


505 


64 


2 


2,903 


37 


1,241 


- 


708 


289 


Garrett 


1, 107 


116 






508 


37 


194 




252 




Harford 


2,472 


232 






7 




1,641 




476 


116 


Howard 


5,019 


40 


17 


78 


3,909 


42 


422 




511 




Kent 


649 


131 




35 


55 




145 


_ 


265 


18 


Montgomery 


22,426 


874 


512 




14,776 


881 


2,358 


146 


2,306 


573 


Prince George' s 


30,700 


360 


187 


68 


16,224 


125 


11,095 


9 


2,255 


377 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,002 


98 


55 


15 




54 


333 




447 




St. Mary's 


3,423 


133 


27 


24 


2,098 




738 




335 


68 


Somerset 


745 


57 




5 






613 




54 


16 


Talbot 


935 


26 


39 


24 


126 


50 


496 




137 


37 


Washington 


6,126 


494 


103 


59 


3,317 




1,168 


43 


922 


20 


Wicomico 


3,371 


35 


103 


50 


1,370 


73 


959 




729 


52 


Worcester 


760 








417 




343 









*Total excludes enrollees in remedial programs, group guidance, and programs not identifiable at this time due to incomplete reporting. 



VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITATION DATA 




Annual J^eport 



I 



i 




TABLE 

77 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Number of 
Cases 


Rehabi 1 i- 
tated 


Job Prepa- 
ration and 
Follow-up 


Service 
Comp le ted 


Surveyed, 
Under 
Advisement 


Closed: 
Other 
Reasons 


Total State 


26,774 


9,122 


9,194 


1,273 


4,593 


2,592 


Al legany 


331 


118 


125 


23 


41 


24 


Anne Arundel 


1,758 


613 


571 


47 


343 


184 


Baltimore City 


9,490 


3,293 


2,762 


560 


1,884 


991 


Bal timore 


3,315 


1,045 


1,404 


160 


396 


310 


Calvert 


153 


49 


41 


4 


33 


26 


Caroline 


160 


71 


41 


13 


12 


23 


Carroll 


799 


310 


330 


24 


73 


62 


Cecil 


331 


119 


84 


28 


69 


31 


Charles 


378 


108 


64 


16 


122 


68 


Dorchester 


430 


181 


109 


24 


54 


62 


Frederick 


861 


280 


488 


16 


24 


53 


Garrett 


60 


24 


28 


2 


5 


1 


Harford 


492 


197 


236 


1 


8 


50 


Howard 


387 


152 


158 


16 


26 


35 


Kent 


133 


43 


39 


6 


19 


26 


Montgomery 


1,934 


650 


588 


103 


440 


153 


Prince George' s 


2,871 


811 


1,023 


69 


712 


256 


Queen Anne ' s 


146 


62 


33 


12 


15 


24 


St. Mary's 


312 


118 


119 


8 


42 


25 


Somerset 


213 


87 


80 


10 


14 


22 


Talbot 


280 


103 


91 


25 


28 


33 


Washington 


1,158 


391 


580 


54 


78 


55 


Wicomico 


621 


229 


153 


46 


135 


58 


Worcester 


161 


68 


47 


6 


20 


20 



TABLE 

78 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Characteristic 


Total 


Rehabi 1 i- 
ta ted^ 


Other/ 


Primary Source of Support at Acceptance 


Total 


p.ehati L i- 
ta ted* 


Other/ 


Total Nucber 


26,774 


9,122 


17,652 


Current earnings 


3,066 


1,554 


1,512 










Family and friends 


11,700 


3,476 


8,224 


He 








Private relief agency 


33 


8 


25 


Under 20 


5,211 


886 


4,325 


Public assistance 


4,099 


1,283 


2,816 


20 - 34 


12,500 


4,374 


3,126 


Public institutions - tax supported 


4,013 


1,722 


2,291 


35 - 44 


3,554 


1,366 


2,138 


Workmen's compensation 


233 


48 


185 


45 - 64 


4,971 


2,171 


2,300 


Social Security Disability Insurance 


770 


237 


533 


65 - over 


533 


325 


213 


Other disability, sickness, savings, or 








Not reported 








age benefits 


183 


62 


121 








Annuity or other non-disability insurance 








Education Grades Completed 








benefits 


335 


171 


164 


None 


150 


67 


83 


Disability or sickness benefits, savings. 








1-7 


3,183 


1,323 


1,860 


other 


1,361 


558 


803 


8 


2,725 


959 


1,766 


Not reported 


981 


3 


978 


9-11 


9,385 


3,056 


6,329 










1 : 


5,939 


2,247 


3,692 












1,385 


442 


943 










1, -f.^ w'. er 


521 


217 


304 










Special Education 


3,160 


769 


2,391 










Not reported 


326 


42 


284 










Rac e 
















White 


16,145 


5,597 


10,548 










Black 


10,337 


3,497 


6,840 










Indian 


18 


7 


11 










Other 


75 


; - 


55 










Not reported 


199 


1 


198 










Sex 
















Male 


15,472 


5,175 


10,297 










Female 


11,295 


3,946 


7,349 










Not reported 


7 


1 


6 










Dependents 



















18,430 


5,920 


12,510 










1 


2,967 


1,205 


1,762 










2 or 3 


3,148 


1,252 


1,896 










4 or Eore 


1,932 


743 


1,189 










Not reported 




2 


295 











*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/Other clients who received service during the year. 



TABLE 

79 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Type of Disability 


Total 


Rehab i 1 i ta ted" 


Other/ 


Total 


26 


,774 


9 


,122 


17,652 


Ainpu tu tion 












At least one upper and one lower limb 




20 




9 


11 


Both upper limbs 




14 




3 


11 


One upper limb 




99 




33 


66 


One or both lower limbs 




468 




261 


207 


Other, unspecified 




50 




16 


34 


Impairment 












Three or more limbs 




396 




123 


273 


One upper and one lower limb 




348 




117 


231 


One or both upper limbs 




444 




124 


320 


One or both lower limbs 


1 


,272 




424 


848 


Other, ill-defined 


1 


,222 




399 


823 


Vision Impairments 












No light perception 




161 




43 


118 


Less than 20/200 correction, other eye defective 




384 




145 


239 


Blind in one eye - other eye defective 




78 




24 


54 


Blind in one eye - other eye good 




220 




81 


139 


Other vision impairments 




817 




363 


454 


Mental Impairments 












Character, personality, behavior disorders 


3 


,682 


1 


225 


2,457 


Mental retardation 


3 


,976 


I 


077 


2,899 


Psychia trie 


2 


,816 


1 


047 


1,769 


Respiratory Diseases 




397 




141 


256 


Miscellaneous 












Alcoholism 


1 


,314 




691 


623 


Deafness, unable to talk 




227 




50 


177 


Deafness, able to talk 




310 




125 


185 


Digestive system disorders 


1 


,559 




819 


740 


Drug addiction 




872 




267 


605 


Epilepsy 




614 




177 


437 


Heart and circulatory disorders 




850 




292 


558 


Speech 




284 




74 


210 


Other 


3 


,880 




972 


2,908 



*Cllents who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/See following table. 



TABLE 

80 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Type of Referrals 


I c , • 


Kthabi 1 i La tcd" 




Total 


26,774 


9,122 


17,652 


Educational institutions 


6,695 


1,527 


5,168 


Hospitals and sanitariums 


4,734 


2,128 


2,606 


Health organizations and agencies 


1,599 


620 


979 


Welfare agencies 


1,940 


609 


1,331 


Social Security Adminstration 


768 


191 


577 


Workmen's compensation agencies 


275 


71 


204 


State employment service 


485 


178 


307 


State vocational rehabilitation agency 


292 


80 


212 


Correctional institutions 


2,178 


761 


1,417 


Other public organizations or agencies 


1,008 


335 


673 


Artificial appliance companies 


111 


68 


43 


Employers 


38 


21 


17 


Self-referred 


3,297 


1,318 


1,979 


Physicians 


1,398 


600 


798 


Other individuals 


1,829 


569 


1,260 


Other private organizations or agencies 


127 


.6 





*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/Other clients who received services during the year. 



FINANCIAL DATA 




Annual Report 



I 

I 



TABLE 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 




Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1972-73 



■ ■ 

Source or Purpose 


Adminis tration 
and 
Finance 


Research, Evalu- 
ation, and Infor- 
mation Systems 


Ins truc- 
tion 


Vocational- 
Technical 
Education 


Library 
Develop- 
ment and 
Services 


Compensa tory , 
Urban and. 

Supplementary 
Programs 


Cer tif ication 
and 

Accreditation 


lies 


$1,594,251 


$475,017 


$1,058,762 


$ 663,070 


$ 321,091 


$ 405,169 


$ 672,250 


ciical and Special Fees 


97,295 


4,741 


146,852 


28,028 


13,910 


41,430 


52,120 


minication 


45,755 


16,902 


37,719 


20,505 


8,677 


14,223 


21,547 


a:l 


65,013 


11,500 


50,818 


27,391 


16,865 


19,362 


15,550 


t' Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 


12,887 


438 


13,492 


12,734 


1,435 


3,414 


5,516 


n actual Services 


191,945 


197,012 


454,684 


218,316 


59,948 


165,512 


103,083 


p ies and Materials 


44,308 


18,243 


27,795 


8,841 


12,214 


17,601 


12,032 


uiment - Replacement 


26,539 


2,513 


23,264 


17,591 


5,026 


5,026 


2,692 


uiment - Additional 


10,398 


3,204 


4,660 


5,230 


1,576 


6,713 


1,227 


a:s, Subsidies, and Contributions 


97,985 


84,092 


33,827 


25,303 


68,966 


21,794 


3,314 


xl Charges 


127,203 


28,496 


46,939 


32,979 


21,344 


21,171 


35,702 


Total 


$2,313,579 


$842,158 


$1,898,812 


$1,059,988 


$ 531,052 


$ 721,415 


$925,033 


Source or Purpose 


State Library 
Services 


Instructional 
Television 


Admini- 
stration 
Rehabili- 
tation 


Placement 

and 
Guidance 


Case 
Services 


Disability 
Determination 


Rehabilitation 
Center 


■ ries 


$ 68,618 


$337,387 


$ 542,325 


$3,966, 388 


$ 


$ 673,575 


$1,037, 131 


:<nical and Special Fees 


6,669 


83,456 


811 


36,428 




461,461 


50,841 


irunication 


1,139 


5,434 


22,775 


100,794 


- 


26,137 


14,111 


,el 


2,381 


12,664 


11,776 


97,045 




13,208 


3,650 
















31,623 


11 and Utilities 














113,533 


1 r Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 


6 


454 


7,075 


11,074 






1,669 


iiractual Services 


211,698 


160,975 


31,860 


1,025,432 




9,095 


67,472 


I] lies and Materials 


12,642 


34,628 


13,221 


63,162 




4,695 


130,739 


ppment - Replacement 






8,192 


24,252 




1,147 




ipment - Additional 


739 


29,636 


471 


15,460 




8,252 


65,052 


■ ts. Subsidies, and Contributions 


1,073 




75,204 


279,559 


5,221,855 


54,448 


76,471 


• d Charges 


26,956 


17,016 


31,178 


209,299 




51,359 


15,096 


Total 


$ 331,921 


$681,650 


$ 744,888 


$5,828,893 


$5,221,855 


$1,303,377 


$1,607,388 



TABLE 

82 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1972-73 



Unit or Purpose 


Appropr la tions-' 


Expend! tures 


Appropriation 


=^ 

Lap,' 


Total 


General 


Special 


Federal 


Total 


Di sbur se- 


Encum- 




Cancel- 




— 

Rev< 


























ments 


brances 


lations/ 




iior 


State Share of Current Expenses 


$184,260,000 


$184,260, 


000 










$184,260, 


000 


$179,578,000 


$ ^, 


682, 


000 


$ 


$ 




Current Expense Incentive Aid 


12 


830,000 


1 2 


, O 


000 


- 








1 2 


,830 


000 


12,520,000 




310, 


000 


- 






Transportation 


35,112,000 




1 1 1 
, III 


000 


- 








J J 


,112, 


000 


34,827,943 




284, 


057 


- 






Transpor tat ion- Handicapped Children 




jUU y uuu 




JUU , 


000 


- 










500, 


000 


- 




500 


000 


- 






School Building Construction Aid 


A 7 


QQ 9 ion 


V / 


ftQ 9 


120 


- 








/ 


,086, 


729 


63,655,366 


3, 


431, 


363 


- 




805. , 


Handicapped Children 




A,ftS 097 


7A 


I , 


027 


- 








9fi 

20 


,485, 


027 


28,484,048 






979 


- 






Public Libraries 


3 


-ICO onA 


-J 
Z 


,01/ , 


800 


- 




835 


000 


•i 
J 


, 352, 


800 


3,097,949 




254, 


851 


- 






Federal Vocational Education 


a 

° 


1 LI OCif^ 








- 


a 
o 






Q 

O 


,147 


206 


819,051 


7, 


328, 


155 


- 






Adult Education 


1 


HQ/. 1 1 Q 




A 1 r\ 

H iU 1 


000 


- 




684 


1 18 


1 
1 


,094, 118 


606,686 




487, 


432 


- 






School Lunch 


1 9 


L J\) f JO J 








- 


12 


, Z->U 


583 


1 9 


,230, 


583 


12,230,583 








- 






Manpower Development Training Act 


2 


342,155 




155, 


S S S 
J J J 


- 


9 


1 AA 




1 


,342, 


155 


558,756 


1, 


783, 


399 


- 






National Defense Education Act 




862,000 








- 




862 


000 








- 








862,000 






Driver Education Fund 


1 


000,000 








1,000,000 








1 


,000, 


000 


- 


1, 


000, 


000 


- 






Public Library Incentive Aid 


1 


217,200 


1 


,037, 




- 




180 


000 


1 


,217, 


196 


1,051,177 




166, 


019 


- 






Education of Children of Low Income 








































Families 


22 


000,000 










11 


,000 


000 


22 


,000, 


000 


14,802,823 


7, 


197, 


177 








School Library Resources 


1 


900,000 








- 


1 


,900 


000 


1 


,900, 


000 


308,357 


1. 


591, 


643 


: 






Supplementary Educational Centers 








































and Services 


2 


200,000 










2 


,200 


000 


2 


,158, 


124 


496,187 


1, 


661, 


937 


41,876 






Child Nutrition Act 


10 


666,721 










10 


,666 


721 


10 


,666, 


721 


4,737,433 


5, 


929, 


288 








School Community Center Program 


1 


000,000 


1 


,000, 


000 










1 


,000, 


000 


821,017 




178, 


983 








Grants in State-Handicapped Children 




615,314 












615 


314 




615,314 


401,428 




213, 


886 








Industrial Training 




150,000 




150, 


000 












150,000 






150, 


000 








Library Development and Services 




580,000 




580, 


000 












580, 


000 


580,000 














Food Services Program 


3 


845,000 


3 


,845, 


000 










2 


,650, 


391 


2,197,391 




453,000 




1 


194 09 ■ 


Headquarters - State Department of 








































Education 


27 


407,443 


8 


,762, 


648 


79,705 


18 


,565 


090 


24 


,012, 


009 


22,397,160 


1, 


614, 


849 


2,596,752 




798 32 


State-Aided Educational Institutions 


3 


039,887 


3 


,039, 


887 










3 


,039, 


887 


3,039,887 














Total 


$432,729,574 


$350,577 


237 


$1,079,705 


$81,072 


632 


$426,430, 


260 


$387,211,242 


$39,219, 


018 


$3,500,628 


$2,798 36 



*Appropriations adjusted by credits and amendments. 
/Applies to federal funds. 
/Applies to general funds. 



TABLE 

83 



Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 





















for I 










Percent of Total Revenue 
















Appropriations 


'ublic Schools/ 






Appropriated to Public Schools 


ocal Unit 


Local 


All 


School 


Current 


Capi ta 1 


Debt 


All School 


Current 


Capital 


Debt 




Revenue* 


Purposes 


Expenses 


uu c j.ay 


Service 


Purposes 


Expenses 


Ou t lay 


Service 


State 


$1,223 


626, 


498 


$621,577 


785 


$571,248 


631 


$2, 305, 393 


$48,023 


761 


50. 


8 


46 


7 


. 2 


3. 9 


llegany 


1 ' 




Q 7 7 


8 


730 




8 


596 


AAA 




I J J J 


/ J 


50. 


5 


49 


7 




0. 8 


line Arundel 


80 


105, 


320 


42 


190 


703 


39 


980 


185 




2,210 


518 


52. 


7 


49 


9 




2. 8 


altimore City 


288 


732, 


693 


90 


984 


524 


81,174 


916 


_ 


9,809 


608 


31. 


5 


28. 1 




3.4 


•altimore 


193 


527 , 


611 


110 


622 


330 


104 


099 


306 


761,512 


5,831 


512 


57. 


1 


53 


7 


0.4 


3.0 


alver t 


5 


126, 


111 


3 


458 


887 


-> 


198 


088 




260 


799 


67. 


5 


62 


4 




J . 1 


■aroline 


3 




j04 


1 


667 


1 "J 
33 3 


1 


636 




1 ail 


2 / 


uuu 


42. 





41 


2 


n 1 
U . i 




.arrol 1 


17 


036, 


046 


11 


130 


829 


9 


609 


483 


79, 7 54 


1,441 


592 


65. 


3 


56.4 


U . J 


o. 4 


;ecil 




133, 


043 


5 


258 


872 




856 


283 




402 


589 


47. 


2 


43. 


6 




3.6 


'.har les 


16 


398, 


061 


9 


471 


422 


8 


355 


809 


286,890 


828 


723 


57. 


8 


51. 





1.7 


5.1 


torchester 


6 


761, 


664 


3 


396 


837 


3 


396 


837 






- 


50. 


2 


50 


2 






"rederick 


22 


900, 


668 


13 


521 


482 


11 


006 


624 


828 , 526 


1,686 


332 


59. 





48.0 


3.6 


7 . 4 


larrett 


5 


152, 


141 


1 


479 


225 


1 


479 


225 








28. 


7 


28 


7 






larford 


26 


750, 


340 


16 


271 


199 


14 


629 


524 




1,641, 


675 


60. 


8 


54.7 




6. 1 


loward 


29 


960, 


712 


16,848 


437 


15 


202 


965 




1,645 


472 


56.2 


50. 


7 




5.5 


len t 


3 


966, 


372 


2 


438 


193 


2 


152 


833 




285 


360 


61. 


5 


54 


3 




7.2 


lontgomery 


227 


562, 


308 


134 


839 


036 


128 


070 


385 




6,768 


651 


59. 


3 


56. 


3 




3.0 


'rince George' s 


201 


467, 


051 


114 


428 


672 


102 


194 


796 




12,233, 


876 


56. 


8 


50. 


7 




6. 1 


Jueen Anne ' s 




082, 


005 


2 


340 


212 


2 


284 


022 


15,000 


41, 


190 


57. 


3 


55. 


9 


0.4 


1.0 


it. Mary' s 


6 


978, 


901 


3 


387 


896 


3 


162 


263 




225, 


633 


48.5 


45. 


3 




3.2 


iomerset 


2 


733, 


993 


1 


201 


693 


1 


045 


979 




155 


714 


44. 





38. 


3 




5.7 


:albot 


• 6 


061, 


294 


3 


674 


820 


3 


272 


721 


79,216 


322 


883 


60. 


6 


54. 





1.3 


5.3 


■/ashing ton 


21 


622, 


851 


12 


779 


138 


11 


821 


882 




957 


256 


59. 


1 


54. 


7 




4.4 


Jicomico 


12 


668, 


918 


6 


889 


920 


6 


142 


586 


250,558 


496, 


776 


54. 


4 


48. 


5 


2.0 


3.9 


forces ter 


11 


899,034 




566 


032 


3 


949 


103 




616, 


929 


38. 


4 


33. 


2 




5.2 



ijres from State Bureau of Fiscal Services which include taxes, licenses and permits, and fines and forfeitures, 
iires from financial reports of local boards of education. 



TABLE 

84 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*, School Construction, and Debt Service: 

Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


To tal 
Receipts 


Revenue 




Percent from Each Source 


S ta te 


Federal 


Loca 1 


S ta te 


Federa I 


Local 


Non* 

re V6nue 


Appropr ia tions 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,272,287,893 


$536,139,946 


$84,550,428 


$621, 577,785 


$7,173,352 


$22,846,382 


42. 1 


6.7 


49.4 


1. ; 


Allegany 


19 , 102, Dob 


8,704, 120 


1,563,080 


8,730,073 


34,254 


71, 139 


45.5 


8.2 


45. 9 


0.4 


Anne Arundel 


119,520,778 


69,295,053 


6,015,494 


42,190,703 


612,624 


1,406,904 


58.0 


5.0 


35.8 


1.2 


Baltimore City 


234,219,997 


110,834, 181 


24,001,743 


90,984,524 


363,108 


8,036,441 


47. 3 


10.3 


39.0 


3.4 


Baltimore 


191,039,926 


75,393,072 


4,568,762 


110,622,330 


455,762 


- 


39.5 


2.4 


58. 1 




Calvert 


9,259,254 


4,738,457 


912,603 


3,458,887 


12,432 


136,875 


51.2 


9,8 


37.5 


1.5 


Caroline 


5,929,995 


3,558,660 


693, 768 


1,667,353 


4,479 


5, 735 


60.0 


11.7 


28. 2 


0. 1 


Carroll 


20,347,602 


7,591, 147 


1,419,593 


11, 130,829 


102,108 


103,925 


37.3 


7.0 


55. 2 


0,5 


Cecil 


13,371,094 


6,917,266 


1,148,083 


5,258,872 


41,154 


5,719 


51.7 


8.6 


39.6 


0,1 


Charles 


21,740,143 


9,621,701 


2,459,894 


9,471,422 


78,351 


108,775 


44. 3 


11.3 


43.9 


0.5 


Dorchester 


8,021,045 


3,620,574 


986,742 


3,396,837 


15,900 


992 


45. 1 


12.3 


42.6 


j« 


Frederick 


30,655, 177 


12,907,630 


1,810,816 


13,521,482 


342,659 


2,072,590 


42.1 


5.9 


45.2 


6.8 


Garrett 


5,506,837 


3,188,518 


764,347 


1,479,225 


2,046 


72,701 


57.9 


13.9 


26.9 


1.3 


Harford 


39,287,233 


18,058,447 


2,784,201 


16,271,199 


173,386 


2,000,000 


46.0 


7.1 


41.9 


5.0 


Howard 


34,260,146 






16,848,437 


597,738 


29,943 


45.0 


4.0 


50. 9 


0. 1 


Kent 


6,004,722 


3,096,505 


442,351 


2,438,193 


22,410 


5,263 


51.6 


7.3 


41.0 


0.1 


Montgomery 


219,701,593 


69,202,251 


9,782,381 


134,839,036 


2,033,925 


3,844,000 


31.5 


4,5 


62.3 


1.7 


Prince George' s 


201,921,136 


64,224,412 


16,717,865 


114,428,672 


1,811,079 


4,739,108 


31.8 


8.3 


57.6 


2.3 


Queen Anne' s 


5,103,445 


2,304,456 


438,616 


2,340,212 


18,858 


1,303 


45.2 


8.6 


46.2 


¥^ 


St. Mary's 


13,500,564 


8,099,046 


1,890,564 


3,387,896 


103,471 


19,587 


60.0 


14.0 


25.8 


0.2 


Somerset 


4,944,697 


2,975,067 


758,906 


1,201,693 


6,591 


2,440 


60.2 


15.3 


24.4 


0.1 


Talbot 


6,124,687 


1,850,994 


565,108 


3,674,820 


33,507 


258 


30.2 


9.2 


60.6 




Washington 


33,605.053 


18,878,373 


1,921,686 


12,779,138 


14,012 


11,844 


56.2 


5.7 


38.1 




Wicomico 


21,687,776 


13,431,225 


954,933 


6,389,920 


254,171 


157,527 


61.9 


4,4 


33.0 


0.7 


Worcester 


7,432,327 


2,238,720 


574,935 


4,566,032 


39,327 


13,313 


30.1 


7.7 


62.0 


0.2 



*Includes federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special milk. 

/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
j^Less than 0.1 percent. 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



TABLE 

85 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue/ 


Percent from Each 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


c fa ho 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$985,446 


591 


$322,951 


601 


$84,429 


524 


$571, 248,631 


$6,373 


970 


$442,865 


32.8 


8.6 


58 


6 


a 


Allegany 


16 


976 


760 


6 


776 


288 


1 


563 


080 


8 


,596 


,400 




LJ^ 


6. 


738 


39 . 9 


9. 2 


50 


s 


0. 1 


Anne Arundel 


72 


596, 


912 


26 


068 


081 


6 


015 


494 


39 


980 


185 


533 


152 




- 


35 . 9 


8. 3 


55 


8 


- 


Baltimore City 


183 


761, 


371 


78 


221 


604 


24 


001 


743 


81 


174 


916 


363 


108 




- 


42.6 


13.1 


44 


3 


- 


Baltimore 


146, 


860, 


163 


37 


806 


333 


4 


568 


762 


104 


029, 


306 


455 


762 




- 


25.8 


3.1 


71 


1 


- 


Calvert 


6 


993, 


320 


2 


870 


197 




912 


603 


3 


198 


088 


12 


432 






41.0 


13.1 


45 


9 


- 


Caroline 


4 


874, 


667 


2 


536 


LJI 




693 


768 


1 


636 


416 




i7Q 
'* 1" 


3, 


747 


52.0 


14. 2 


33 


7 


0.1 


Carroll 


18 


039, 


241 


6 


834 


042 


1 


419 


593 


9 


609 


483 


93 


843 


82, 


280 


37 , 9 


7 . 9 


53 


8 


0.4 


Cecil 


10 


985, 


443 


4 


938 


849 


1 


148 


083 


4 


856 


283 


41 


154 


1, 


074 


45.0 


10 . 4 


44 


6 


a 


Charles 


17 


038, 


604 






713 




459 


894 


Q 






63 


351 


Aft 


J / 


35.8 


14.4 


49 


4 


0.4 


Dorchester 


7,154, 


097 


2 


753 


626 




986 


742 


3 


396 


837 


15 


900 




992 


38.5 


13.8 


47 


7 


a 


Frederick 


20 


490, 


265 


7 


182 


447 


1 


810 


816 


11 


006 


624 


342 


659 


147, 


719 




8.9 


55 


3 


0.7 


Garrett 


5 


189, 


910 


2 


921 


710 




764 


347 


1 


479 


225 


2 


046 


22, 


582 


56. 3 


14 . 7 


28 


6 


0.4 


Harford 


29 


533, 


005 


11 


946 


896 


2 


784 


201 


14 


629 


524 


172 


384 






40. 5 


9.4 


50 


1 


- 


Howard 


23 


448, 


770 


6 


669 


085 


1 


373 


957 


15 


202 


965 


202 


763 






28.4 


5.9 


65 


7 








252, 


019 


1 


629 


299 




442 


351 


2 


152 


833 


22 


410 


5, 


126 


38.3 


10.4 


51 


2 


n 1 


Montgomery 


178 


833, 


133 


39 


239 


213 


9 


782 


381 


128 


070 


385 


1,741 


154 






21.9 


5.5 


72 


6 




Prince George' s 


171 


402, 


618 


50 


621 


637 


16 


717 


865 


102 


194 


796 


1,811 


079 


57, 


241 


29.5 


9.8 


60 


7 


a 


Queen Anne' s 


4 


,644,518 


1 


901 


835 




438 


616 


2 


284 


022 


18 


858 


1 


187 


41.0 


9.4 


49 


6 


a 


St. Mary's 


10 


657, 


550 


5 


481 


665 


1 


890 


564 


3 


162 


263 


103 


471 


19, 


587 


51.4 


17.7 


30.7 


0.2 


Somerset 


3 


896, 


323 


2 


084 


847 




758 


906 


1 


045 


979 


6 


591 






53.5 


19.5 


27.0 




Talbot 


5 


287, 


077 


1 


536 


387 




444,204 


3 


272 


721 


33 


507 




258 


29. 1 


8.4 


62 


5 


a 


Washington 


22 


727, 


906 


8 


958 


482 


1 


921 


686 


11 


821 


882 


14 


012 


11, 


844 


39.4 


8.5 


52 


1 


a 


Wicomico 


13 


103,598 


5 


759 


465 




954 


933 


6 


142 


586 


246 


274 




340 


44.0 


7.3 


48.7 


a 


Worcester 


6 


699, 


321 


2 


122 


643 




574 


935 


3 


949 


103 


39 


327 


13, 


313 


31.7 


8.6 


59.5 


0.2 



*lncludes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special milk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other units, and all other sources. 
^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

86 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


To ta 1 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue/ 


Percent from Each 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 

r c V enuc 


Appropriations 


Other/ 




eqoQ kUn 701 


$267,145,713 


$84,429,524 


$571,248,631 


$6,373,970 




28.7 


9.1 


62.2 


a 


Allegany 


16,066,346 


5,865,874 


1,563,080 


8,596,400 


34,254 


6,738 


36.5 


9.7 


53.7 


0. 1 


Anno AT"iinHol 


68 ?76 


21,704,395 


6,015,494 


39,980,185 


533,152 




31.8 


8.8 


59.4 




Ua A. I' X Ul\J I. C \i '-J 


174 034 415 


68,494,648 


24,001,743 


81, 174,916 


363 108 




39.4 


13.8 


46.8 




Ra 1 t""im<^'i"o 




29,070,116 


4,568,762 


104,029,306 


455,762 




21.1 


3.3 


75.6 




Calver t 


6 650 611 


2,527,488 


912,603 


3,198,088 


12,432 




38.0 


13.7 


48.3 




Caroline 


4,619,407 


2,280,997 


693,768 


1,636,416 


4,479 


3,747 


49,4 


15.0 


35.5 


0.1 


forrnl 1 


17 040 433 


5,835,234 


1,419,593 


9,609,483 


93,843 


82, 280 


34.3 


8.3 


56.9 


0,5 


Ceci 1 


10, 349,067 


4,302,473 


1,148,083 


4,856,283 


41, 154 


1,074 


41.6 


11.1 


47.3 




f Vi ai" 1 p Q 


16 769 006 


5,321,115 


2,459,894 


8,355,809 


63,351 


68, 837 


32.7 


15.1 


51.8 


0.4 


Vl O C t" OT" 
lJ\J L (u'llCo (-el. 


6 786 393 


2,385,922 


986,742 


3,396,837 


15,900 


992 


35.2 


14.5 


50.3 




Frederick 


19,279,863 


5,972,045 


1,810,816 


11,006,624 


342,659 


147,719 


31.0 


9,4 


58.9 


0.7 


Garrett 


4,931,521 


2,663,321 


764,347 


1 J ** / 7 J LLj 




22,582 


54.0 


15.5 


30.0 


0.5 


Harford 


77 818 851 


10,232,742 


2,784,201 


14,629,524 


172,384 




36.8 


10.0 


53.2 




Howaird 


22 232 059 


5,452,374 


1,373,957 


15,202,965 


202,763 




24.5 


6.2 


69.3 




Kent 


4,043,986 


1,421,266 


442,351 


2,152,833 


22,410 


5,126 


35.2 


10.9 


53.8 


0. 1 


Montgomery 


168,428,667 


28,834,747 


9,782,381 


128,070,385 


1,741,154 




17.1 


5.8 


77.1 




Prince George's 


161,431,952 


40,650,971 


16,717,865 


102,194,796 


1,811,079 


57,241 


25.2 


10.4 


64.4 


a 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,396,634 


1,653,951 


438,616 


2,284,022 


18,858 


1,187 


37.6 


10.0 


52.4 


a 


St. Mary's 


10,124,053 


4,948,168 


1,890,564 


3,162,263 


103,471 


19,587 


48.9 


18.7 


32.2 


0.2 


Somerset 


3,694,398 


1,882,922 


758,906 


1,045,979 


6,591 




51.0 


20.5 


28.5 




Talbot 


4,992,433 


1,241,743 


444,204 


3,272,721 


33,507 


258 


24.9 


8.9 


66.2 


a 


Washing ton 


21,400,836 


7,631,412 


1,921,686 


11,821,882 


14,012 


11,844 


35,7 


9.0 


55.2 


0.1 


Wicomico 


12,353,436 


5,009,303 


954,933 


6,142,586 


246,274 


340 


40,6 


7,7 


51.7 


a 


Worcester 


6,339,164 


1,762,486 


574,935 


3,949,103 


39,327 


13,313 


27.8 


9.1 


62.9 


0.2 



*Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special ndlk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
?^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

87 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Units 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue" 




Percent from Each 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non 
Revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


iotai btate 


$186,651, 


991 


$161,396, 


870 


$120,904 


$2,305,393 


$506,611 


$22, 322 


213 


86. 


5 


0.1 


1 


5 




Allegany 


1 


HDO f 


949 


1 




340 




- 


- 


6 


609 


99. 


5 








0.5 


Anne Arundel 


JO, 


1 1 7 


876 






500 






79,472 


1,406 


904 


96. 


1 







2 


J. / 


Baltimore City 


Oft 




494 


on 


A 1 A 


053 








8,036 


441 


71. 


8 






~ 


28, 2 


Bal timore 


97 


J 7 J J 


414 


ZD 


ft 1 


902 


- 


761,512 


- 




~ 


97 . 


2 


- 


2 


8 




Calvert 


1, 


802, 


031 


1 


,665, 


156 




- 


- 


136 


875 


92. 


4 






~ 


1 . D 


Caroline 




7 A 1 


390 




7 ^ =^ 


465 




3,937 


- 


1 


988 


99. 


2 







5 


0.3 


Carrol 1 




866 , 


769 




7 "iV 


105 




79,754 


8,265 


21 


645 


87. 


3 




10 


2 


Z.J 


Ceci 1 


1 


IDD , 


645 


1 
1 


1 A 9 


000 


_ 






4 


645 


99. 


6 






- 




Charles 


2, 


997, 


113 


2 


,655, 


285 


- 


286,890 


15,000 


39 


938 


88. 


6 


- 


10 


1 




Dorchester 




532, 


065 




532, 


065 




- 


- 






100. 













Frederick 


7, 


413, 


280 


4 


,659, 


883 




828,526 


- 


1,924 


871 


62. 


8 




11 


2 


26.0 


Garrett 




171, 


076 




120, 


957 


_ 






50 


119 


70. 


7 








OQ 'X 
Z 7 . J 


naL nj L U 


6, 


481, 


403 


4 


,480, 


401 


- 




1,002 


2,000 


000 


69. 


1 


- 




/ 


'\C\ Q 


Howard 


8, 


319, 


699 


7 


,894, 


781 






394,975 


29 


943 


94. 


9 




4 


7 


n A 


Kent 


1, 


382, 


548 


1 


,382, 


411 










137 


99. 


9 








0. 1 


Montgomery 


28, 


599, 


600 


24 


,755, 


600 








3,844 


000 


86. 


6 








13.4 


Prince George ' s 


10, 


996, 


257 


6 


,314, 


390 








4,681 


867 


57. 


4 








42.6 


Queen Anne ' s 




150, 


612 




135, 


496 




15,000 






116 


90. 







10 





/ 


St. Mary's 


2, 


261, 


514 


2 


,261, 


514 












100. 













Somerset 




735, 


440 




733, 


000 








2 


440 


99. 


7 








0.3 


Talbot 




234, 


862 




34, 


742 


120,904 


79,216 








14. 


8 


51.5 


33. 


7 




Washington 


8, 


896, 


449 


8 


,896, 


449 












100. 













Wicomico 


7, 


228, 


282 


6 


,836, 


152 




250,558 


7,897 


133 


675 


94.6 




3 


6 


1.8 


Worcester 




52, 


223 




52, 


223 












100. 














*Includes sale of bonds, property and equipment, insurance recovery, and interest. 
/Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

88 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


To ta 1 
Receip ts 




Rf. 


enue 




Percent ixoz. £ach 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Loca 1 


Nonre venue 


S tate 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropria tions 


Other 




Total State 


$100,189,311 


$51,791,475 


_ 


$48,023, 761 


$292,771 


$81,304 








0.1 


Allegany 


666,957 


475,492 




133,673 




57 , 792 


71.3 


- 


20.0 


8. 7 


Anne Arundel 


8,805,990 


6,595,472 




^ 1 1 CIO 

2, 210, 518 






74.9 


- 


25.1 




Baltimore City 


22,008,132 


12, 198,524 


_ 


9,809,608 




_ 


55.4 


- 


44.6 


_ 


Baltimore 


16,584,349 


10,752,837 


_ 


5,831,512 


- 


_ 


64.8 


- 


35.2 




Calvert 


463,903 


203,104 


- 


ibu , / 




_ 


H J . 




0(3 . / 


_ 


Caroline 


313,938 


286,938 




27 , 000 






91.4 


- 


8.6 




Carroll 


1,441,592 




_ 


1 , 441 , 592 




_ 


- 


- 


100.0 


_ 


Cecil 


1,219,006 


816,417 


- 


402,589 




- 


67.0 


- 


33.0 


- 


Charles 


1,704,426 


875,703 




828,723 


- 


_ 


51.4 


- 


48.6 


_ 


Dorchester 


334,883 


334,883 


_ 








1 nn n 

L\J\J • u 






- 


Frederick 


2,751,632 


1,065,300 




1,686,332 






38.7 


- 


61.3 




Garrett 


145,851 


145,851 








I 


100.0 


- 


- 


_ 


Harford 


3,272,825 


1,631,150 


_ 


1,641,675 




_ 


49.8 


- 


50. 2 




Howard 


2,491,677 


846,205 


_ 


1,645,472 




_ 


34.0 




66.0 




Kent 


370,155 


84,795 


- 


285,360 




- 


22.9 




77. 1 


- 


Montgomery 


12,268,860 


5,207,438 




6,768,651 


292,771 




42.4 




57.6 




Prince George' s 


19,522,261 


7,288,385 




12,233,876 






37.3 




62.7 




Queen Anne ' s 


308,315 


267,125 




41,190 






86.6 




13.4 




St. Mary's 


581,500 


355,867 




225,633 






61.2 




38.8 




Somerset 


312,934 


157,220 




155,714 






50.2 




49.8 




Talbot 


602,748 


279,865 




322,883 






46.4 




53.6 




Washington 


1,980,698 


1,023,442 




957,256 






51.7 




48.3 




Wicomico 


1,355,896 


835,608 




496,776 




23,512 


61.6 




26.7 


1.7 


Worces ter 


680,783 


63,854 




616,929 






9.4 




90.6 





TABLE 

89 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1972-73 







Current Expenses 


Deal Unit 


Total 
S ta te 
Fund s 


State Share 
of Current 
Expense 


Currcn t 
Expense 
Incentive 
Aid 


Transpor- 
tation 


Physical 

Exam- 
ination 
of Bus 


Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Adult 
Education 


• 

Dr 1 ver 
Educa t ion 


Food 
Service 


Other* 


















Drivers 


















otal State 


$536,139,946 


$174,065, 


077 


$11,908,650 


$36,558, 


950 


$10,581 


$29,011,785 


$254,467 


$895,445 


$2,783 


899 


$11,656,859 


llegany 


8,704,120 


4 


,146, 


782 




1 


042, 


260 




Z J Z , U J i 




80 


ZD J 1 Z-> 


89, 


386 


Z Z J i LH 


nne Arundel 


69,295,053 


15 


,037, 


814 


1 y Z j\J L\J 


3 


341, 


000 


940 




20 


485 




115 


222 


9 1 A AQA 


altimore City 


110,834,181 


42 


.938. 


670 




A 


426 


656 


370 


7 6A8 881 


63 


451 


L LJ y\J XH 


1,082, 


318 




altimore 


75,393,072 


19 


,787, 


000 


1,476,851 




055, 


967 


136 


3,616,820 


35 


317 


18,334 


69 


672 


10,019 


alver t 


4,738,457 


1 


,A92, 


281 


93,545 




700, 


000 


810 


176,447 


6 


795 


6,000 


23, 


506 


28,104 


aroline 


3,558,660 


1 


,539, 


775 


93,077 




462, 


000 




132, 516 


3 


000 


8 , 500 


18, 


572 




arroU 


7,591,147 


3 


,648, 


347 


^ 1 Aft 


1 


234, 


000 




SfiQ 7ftA 
-JO 7 , / OH 


5 


941 


11 Q S 1 

J J , 7 J i 


26, 


939 


10/. 
-)-5> iZH 


ecil 


6,917,266 


3 


,023, 


398 


177 ,426 




728, 


530 




295, 7 16 




584 


15 , 203 


37, 


643 


1 Q Q7 ? 


harles 


9,621,701 


3 


,162, 


635 


224,574 


1 


168, 


475 


- 


381,022 


6 


591 


40,273 


100, 


722 


236,823 


orchester 


3,620,574 


1 


,462, 


Z 7 J 


91,983 




530, 




- 


212,330 




410 


12,000 


50, 


/. Q 1 


21,925 


rederick 


12,907,630 


3 


931, 


714 


283, 930 


1 


042, 


500 




569 , 984 


13 


855 


29 , 439 


82, 


541 


iO , UoZ 


arrett 


3,188,518 


1 


705, 


000 


77 , 500 




637, 


863 




155 , 009 


2 


083 


8 , 807 


34, 


724 


A9 '\'K'\ 
HZ , J J-/ 


arf ord 


18,058,447 


7 


, 277, 


557 


543,639 


1 


721, 


979 


I 


545,621 






37,225 


76, 


126 


30,595 


oward 


15,410,071 


2 


,959, 


856 


216,295 




420, 


500 




807,885 






16,000 


31, 


838 




ent 


3,096,505 




755, 


636 


42,093 




355, 


578 




222,232 


A, 


756 


8,089 


12, 


882 


20,000 


tontgomery 


69,202,251 


19 


077, 


777 


1,376,844 


3 


700, 


000 




4,294,987 


38, 


000 


206,549 


140, 


590 




'rince George ' s 


64,224,412 


26 


,027, 


378 


2,004,855 


5 


095, 


724 


6,840 


6,744,622 


25, 


989 


232,934 


399, 


499 


113,130 


lueen Anne ' s 


2,304,456 




950, 


931 


56,504 




505, 


000 




121,896 


2, 


701 


7,000 


9, 


919 




It. Mary's 


8,099,046 


3 


320, 


504 


213,174 


1 


013, 


000 


1,485 


282,295 


8, 


945 


14,622 


88, 


313 


5,830 


lomer set 


2,975,067 


1 


362, 


295 


72,393 




381, 


500 




45,705 


2, 


448 


5,534 


13, 


047 




:albot 


1,850,994 




700, 


000 


46,500 




316, 


816 




145,800 


1, 


369 


9,932 


7, 


280 


14,046 


Jashington 


18,878,373 


5 


,344, 


316 


387,164 




092, 


630 




542,026 






33,916 


231, 


360 




/icomico 


13,431,225 


3 


,436, 


686 


224,601 




999, 


733 




285,079 




572 




18, 


078 


44,554 


Jorcester 


2,238,720 




976, 


432 


62,795 




586, 


7 39 




98,084 


3, 


095 


12,000 


23, 


341 




«Lanation on the following page. 





TABLE 

89 

Detailed explanation of "Other Current Expenses" as summarized on the preceding table. 



Local Unit 


Purpost 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Allegany 


Adult Basic Education 


$ 1,82A 


Charles 


Pied Piper 


$201,376 




Drug Education Workshop 


290 




Region II Workshop 


699 




School Conmunity Centers 


20,000 




School Community Centers 


34,746 


Anne Arundel 


Anne Arundel Co. /Ft. Meade Preparation 




Dorchester 


Quality Improvement Project & School 






Program 


^5,050 




Conmunity Centers 


21,925 




Emergency Employment Act 


51,700 










Education Professions Development Act 


23,271 


Frederick 


School Community Centers 


30,391 




i.U UCI. UX V c LiCdLllXll^ oyo^ciud 


9 000 




Mi seel laneou s 


146 




Vocational Education 


16,892 










UotW TTl^"PTlt"l VP Pt*O0 T"afTl 


47 , 150 


Gar re 1 1 




15,045 




Miscellaneous 


21,433 




School Community Centers 


20,000 










State Industrial Training 


7,290 


Baltimore City 


Density Aid 


9,143,875 










Maryland Career Development Project 


121,607 


Harford 


Human Relations 


2,400 




Parent Education 


12,593 




Quality Improvement Project 


1,900 




School Community Centers 


292,273 




School Community Centers 


26,295 
















Work Incentive Program 


288,389 


Kent 


School Community Centers 


20,000 


Bal timore 


Construction Engineer Services 


10,019 


Prince George' s 


School Conmunity Centers 


113,130 


Calvert 


Manpower Information System 


2,000 


St. Mary's 


Miscellaneous 


5,830 




Quality Improvement Project 


19,392 










Work Incentive Program 


6,713 


Talbot 


Home Teaching 


4,991 










General Workshop 


109 


Caroline 


Quality Improvement Project and School 






ITV Workshop 


1,804 




Community Centers 


23,557 




School Community Centers 


7,142 


Carroll 


Micro Teaching 


12,000 


Wicomico 


Emergency Preparedness 


522 




Quality Improvement Project 


6,448 




Environment Workshop 


7,479 




School Conmunity Centers 


34,676 




MAC 


1,110 










Personnel Specialist 


12,699 


Cecil 


School Conmunity Centers 


19,973 




School Community Centers 


20,219 










Special Studies Institute 


2,525 



TABLE 

89 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1972-73 





Paid Direct by State 


School 


Construction and Debt Service 






Teachers' 


Teacher s ' 














Local Unit 


Re tirement 


Social 


Construction 


Debt 


Service 




System 


Security 














Total State 


^78 711 


970 


S97 073 


918 


$161 


396 


870 


$51 


,791 


475 


Allegany 


456 


056 


454 


358 


1 


452 


340 




475 


492 


Anne Arundel 


2 175 


159 


2, 188 


527 


36 


631 


500 


6 


,595 


472 


Baltimore City 


5,076 


170 


4,650 


786 


20 


414 


053 


12 


,198 


524 


Baltimore 


4 581 


138 


4, 155 


079 


26 


833 


902 


10 


,752 


837 


Calvert 


172 


159 


170 


550 


1 


665 


156 




203 


104 


Caroline 


124 


263 


130 


997 




735 


465 




286 


938 


Carro 1 1 


489 


896 


508 


912 

y 1- £. 




"7 ^ "7 

75/ 


iU J 








Ceci 1 


305 


770 


330 


606 


1 


162 


000 




816 


417 


Charles 


350 


678 


418 


920 


2 


655 


285 




875 


703 


Dorches ter 


192 


059 


175 


645 




532 


065 




334 


883 


Frederick 


615 


537 


594 


865 




659 


883 


1 
1 


,065 


3UU 


Garrett 


126 


948 


131 


441 




120 


957 




145 


851 


nar iora 


852 


017 


862 


137 




480 


401 


1 


,631 


150 


Howard 


571 


194 


645 


517 


1 


894 


781 




846 


205 


Kent 


100 


356 


107 


677 


1 


382 


411 




84 


795 


Montgomery 


5,670 


454 


4,734 


012 


24 


755 


600 


5 


,207 


438 


Prince George' s 


5,042 


563 


4,928 


103 


6 


314 


390 


7 


,288 


385 


Queen Anne ' s 


125 


758 


122 


126 




135 


496 




267 


125 


St. Mary's 


245 


554 


287 


943 


2 


261 


514 




355 


867 


Somerset 


99 


257 


102 


668 




733 


000 




157 


220 


Talbot 


146 


095 


148 


549 




34 


742 




279 


865 


Washington 


674 


477 


652 


593 


8 


896 


449 


1 


,023 


442 


Wicomico 


366 


808 


383 


354 


6 


836 


152 




835 


608 


Worcester 


171 


604 


188 


553 




52 


223 




63 


854 



TABLE 

90 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Federal 
Funds 


Vocational 


Education 


Scho : 
Breakf as t, 
School Lunch, 
and 

Child Nutrition 


Assistance to 
Impacted Areas 

((P.L. 874) 


Manpower 
Development 
and 

Training Act 




Current 
Expense s 


School 
Cons truc- 
tion 


T T T 
111 


Title 


Total State 


$84,550,428 


$5, 176,410 


$120,904 


$18,222, 114 


$27,873,321 


$835,277 




SI ?1 5 


Allegany 


1,563,080 


194,593 




440,981 


64,286 




- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


6,015,494 


501,719 


- 


660,289 


3,205,344 


69,578 


44,682 


- 


Baltimore City 


24,001,743 


1,008,961 




8,163,744 


927,378 


330,573 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


4,568,762 


687,101 


- 


1,018,350 


1,049,754 


(250) 


(4) 


- 


Calvert 


912,603 


55,849 




207,623 


110,349 


- 






Caroline 


693,768 


88,755 




119,612 






- 


- 


Carroll 


1,419,593 


115,504 


- 


220,591 


204,035 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


1, 148,083 


100,739 


- 


199, 124 


341,401 


- 


659 


- 


Charles 


2,459,894 


41,824 


- 


430,518 


850,053 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


986,742 


94,330 




173,299 


7,652 


59, 182 






Frederick 


1,810,816 


95,425 




421,827 


630,472 


54,662 


2,199 


- 


Garrett 


764,347 


54,359 


- 


176,840 




41,013 


- 


- 


Harford 


2,784,201 


144,439 


- 


546,557 


1,571,449 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


1,373,957 


66,410 


- 


239,523 


556,905 


- 






Kent 


442,351 


127,576 


- 


72,653 


- 


- 






Montgomery 


9,782,381 


546,464 




1,272,155 


6,192,085 


199,909 


3,387 




Prince George' s 


16,717,865 


345,488 




2,546,863 


10,720,491 


56,490 


6,961 




Queen Anne' s 


438,616 


73,823 




91,683 










St. Mary's 


1,890,564 


123,548 




322,039 


924,152 




2,748 




Somerset 


758,906 


62,856 




131,843 


6,283 








Talbot 


565,108 


139,533 


120,904 


80,399 










Washington 


1,921,686 


350,282 




273,057 


450,632 




(3,004) 


1,215 


Wicomico 


954,933 


116,486 




234,366 


28,304 


24,120 






Worcester 


574,935 


40,346 






32 296 









TABLE 

90 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Elementary and Secondary Education Act 



Local Unit 


















Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 




I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


VI 


VIII 


Total State 


$18,587,337 


$1,896,440 


$2,319,002 


$277,070 


$219,481 


$671,621 


$809,908 


Al legany 


465,952 


37,791 








8,206 




Anne Arundel 


1,019,274 


122,423 








201, 149 




Baltimore City 


8, 770,477 


726, 739 


787,581 


175,893 


202,784 




809,908 


Bal timore 


783,914 


13,981 


78,188 






51,895 




Calvert 


214,493 


15,705 


172,937 






16,227 


- 


Caroline 


260,978 


12,346 


142,466 




_ 




_ 


Carrol 1 


399, 118 


69,674 


100,897 




16,097 


202,636 




Cecil 


311,228 


38,583 








19,789 




Charles 


411,284 


31,878 


556,945 


- 


- 


21,387 


- 


Dorchester 


396,748 


16,794 


16,187 


101,177 




33,911 




Frederick 


334,676 


39,516 








10,441 




Garrett 


187,430 


15, 176 












Harford 


335,121 


61,541 


55,689 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


131,094 


45,190 












Kent 


111,619 


9,986 












Montgomery 


781,127 


281,074 


60,908 






47,922 




Prince George's 


1,574,487 


226,297 


173,797 






39,840 




Queen Anne' s 


163,312 


33,272 






600 






St. Mary's 


379,674 


4,709 








16,068 




Somerset 


292,045 


14,946 


158,668 










Talbot 


141,836 


9,922 


14,739 










Washington 


458,898 


45,982 








2,150 




Wicomico 


387,851 


11,096 












Worces ter 


274,701 


11,819 













TABLE 

90 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Economic Opportunity Act 


Drug 
Abuse 


i.Quca lion 
Professions 
Deve lopment 
Act 


Civil 
Rights 
Ac t 


Work 
Incentive 
Program 


Other* 


Head 
Start 


N . Y . C . 


Adu 1 1 


Total State 


e O T A 1 ^ ^ 
97ZU , i J J 


9i,Oj2, /4/ 


$751 , 378 


$13,125 


$254,355 


$45,641 


$200,752 


$3,4AA,547 


Allegany 


- 


104,008 


26,892 








25 , 149 


195,222 


Anne Arundel 


- 


147,531 


43,505 


_ 


_ 


_ 






Baltimore City 


- 


- 


177,567 


- 


115,127 


- 




1,805,011 


Bal timore 


- 


185,688 


179,473 


- 


93,175 


- 


- 


427,497 


Calvert 




/ 7 , i J i 


1 QA7 
J , y**/ 


- 


- 


- 


26,848 


9,494 


Caro 1 ine 


- 


62,984 


6,627 












Carroll 


26,715 


53,206 


8,370 


- 


450 






2,300 


Cecil 


45,394 


79,608 


5,865 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,693 


Charles 


- 


100,529 


15,476 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 




J , JVZ 


J f J7 / 


- 


- 


- 


13,273 


- 


Frederick 


30,000 


84,000 


12,692 




450 




15,583 


78,873 


Garrett 


- 


111,651 


7,178 


_ 




_ 




170,700 


Harford 


- 


69,405 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


227,394 


48,761 




13,125 


37,127 


- 


- 


8,428 


Kent 




53,003 


34,049 


- 


50 


2,331 


4,819 


26,265 


Montgomery 


245,649 


40,755 


63,557 










47,389 


Prince George' s 


248,687 


55,833 


78,873 








46,301 


597,457 


Queen Anne ' s 




55,926 












20,000 


St. Mary's 




68,312 


9,183 






29,657 


10,474 




Somerset 




75,000 


3,612 






13,653 






Talbot 




47,817 


9,958 












Washington 


96,316 


136,296 


33,663 




7,976 




18,005 


50,218 


Wicomico 




92,545 


24,865 








35,300 




Worcester 




35, 166 


2,^29 













*Explanation on the following page. 



TABLE 

90 

Detailed explanation of "Other Federal Receipts" as summarized on the preceding table. 



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Al 1 egany 


RESA 


$ 195 


222 


Kent 


Hurricane Agnes 


$ ^ 


040 












Juvenile Coordinator 


22 


225 


Baltimore City 


Mi sc e 1 1 aneou s 


8 


816 












Early Identification of Pre-Delinquent 






Montgomery 


Driver Education Facility 


16 


913 




& Behavior 


18 


080 




Vocational Rehabilition Act 


30 


476 




Help Communities Help Themselves 




95 












House Rehabilitation Program 


9 


845 


Prince George's 


Child Advocacy 


104 


066 




Model Cities 


1,658 


962 




Continuum * Special Education 


241 


537 




VETS 


109 


213 




Early Education - National Institute 
















of Health Grant 


103 


051 


Ba 1 timore 


Emergency Employment 


141 


321 




Emergency School Assistance 


50 


728 




Omnibus Crime Act 


40 


649 




Environmental Education 


1 


665 




Special State Projects 


245,527 




Health Workshop 


19 


498 












Instructional Television 




571 


Calvert 


Emergency Manpower 


6 


292 




Mattaponi Project 


22 


407 




Non- f ood Assistance 


3 


202 




Reserve Officers Training Corps 


41 


257 












Video Tape Service 


12 


677 


Carroll 


Six County Curriculum Writing Workshop 


2 


300 


















Queen Anne' s 


Federal Recreation Project 


20 


000 


Cecil 


Emergency Employment Act 


5 


693 


















Talbot 


School Community Center 


7 


142 


Frederick 


Comprehensive Manpower Information 
















Sys tern 


2 


000 


Washington 


ARD Early Childhood Development 


2 


510 




Continuum Special Education Service 


42 


713 




Quality Improvement Project 


8 


855 




Broken Home Children Project 


3 


700 




EEA Public Employment 


38 


853 




Special Assistant 


2 


544 












Therapeutic Preschool 


12 


375 












Youth Conservation Corps 


15 


541 










Garrett 


Appalachian Regional Development Act 


130 


700 












"Artists in School" 


40 


000 










Howard 


Workshop in Cultural & Ethnic Studies 


8 


428 











TABLE 

91 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Loc3 1 Uni. t 


To tal 
Disburse- 
ments 




Interest 
for Debt 
Service 


Capital 
Outlay 




Ou tgoing 


Transfers 






, r r e n t 




r. r fc s 






To Other 
School 
Units 


Tuition- 
Handicapped 
Children 


School 
Breakfast, 
School Lunch, 
Special Milk 


Total 
Current 
Expenses 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Total State 


$1,173 


809 


458 


$40,879 


485 


$157,575 


002 


$157,620 


$3,902,921 


$20,923, 


203 


$950,371,227 


$662,382, 


409 


$9,089,087 


Allegany 


18 


380 


454 




172 


687 


1,481 


072 




10, 


792 


530, 


367 


16,185,536 


10, 


704, 


567 




84,371 


Anne Arundel 


114 


129,126 


3, 


475 


683 


37,641, 


007 


124,788 




- 


775, 


511 


72,112,137 


52, 


388, 


688 




886,396 


Baltimore City 


221 


954 


954 


10, 


028,278 


29 


048 


965 


■ 


582, 


274 


9,245, 


962 


173,049,475 


119, 


499, 


681 


2 


485,099 


Baltimore 


162 


260,211 


5, 


873 


047 


13 


495 


151 




386, 


783 


1,088, 


023 


141,417 , 207 


99, 


800, 


118 




878,294 


Calvert 


9 


027 


577 




246 


020 


1 


886 


176 




1. 


500 


231, 


129 


6,662, 752 


^, 


341, 


510 




63,875 


Caroline 


5 


319 


580 




148 


793 




377 


599 


3,000 






138, 


185 


4,652,003 


3, 


102, 


538 




34,840 


Carroll 


19 


661 


430 




631 


341 


1 


470 


206 


5,142 


28, 


372 


247, 


260 


17,279,109 


11, 


970, 


335 




107,238 


Ceci 1 


12 


848 


512 




327 


497 


1 


299 


666 




28, 


747 


236, 


766 


10,955,836 


7, 


464, 


534 




77,743 


Charles 


20 


585 


087 




747 


166 


3 


134 


281 


9 ,440 


^, 


699 


531, 


240 


16, 158, 261 


10, 


572, 


601 




L O V , LOO 


Dorchester 


7 


773 


842 




93 


883 




771 


441 




7, 


000 


223, 


780 


6,677,738 


4, 


535, 


048 




31,011 


Frederick 


27 


736 


458 


1, 


035 


353 


6 


264,814 


11,718 






^21, 


827 


20,002,746 


1^, 


087, 


110 




106,257 


Garrett 


5 


247 


785 




31 


089 




185,262 


- 






211, 


564 


4,819,870 


3 


050,500 




14,676 


Harford 


37,591 


834 


1,313 


090 


7 


013 


960 




25, 


302 


622, 


683 


28, 616 , 799 


20, 


190, 


159 




234,559 


Howard 


32,559 


027 


1, 


125 


558 


8 


405 


669 


* 


171, 


653 


271,361 


22,584,786 


15,782, 


440 




134,135 


Kent 


5, 


719, 


733 




149, 


293 


1, 


530,134 




31, 


757 


85, 


535 


3,923,014 


2, 


619, 


271 




39,020 


Montgomery 


198 


553 


281 


5, 


381 


076 


15 


033 


156 


3,200 


1,576, 


687 


1,^12, 


745 


175,146,417 


120,609, 


907 


2 


310,863 


Prince George ' s 


190 


192 


863 


8, 


121 


561 


12 


380 


694 


332 


984, 


405 


2,946, 


362 


165,759,509 


117,554,594 




975,237 


Queen Anne ' s 




750 


611 




106 


305 




106 


780 




1, 


000 


101, 


602 


4,434,924 


2, 


948, 


165 




21,776 


St. Mary's 


12 


529 


545 




151 


154 


1 


950 


572 








410, 


352 


10,017,467 


6, 


496, 


787 




112,947 


Somerset 




767 


075 




87 


853 




698 


848 




24,450 


144, 


890 


3,811,034 


2, 


507, 


745 




26,544 


Talbot 


6 


016 


103 




137 


483 




665,021 




11, 


400 


87, 


679 


5,114,520 


3 


522, 


117 




45,044 


Washington 


28,650 


772 




703,925 


5 


400 


601 








504,417 


22,041,829 


15, 


439, 


779 




179,384 


Wicomico 


20 


514 


919 




517 


931 


7,230 


425 




18,200 


252, 


444 


12,495,919 


8, 


759,115 




54,297 


Worces ter 




038 


679 




273,419 




103 


502 




7, 


900 


201, 


519 


6,452,339 


4,435, 


100 




19,293 



TABLE 

91 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Current Expenses (continued) 



Local Unit 


Heal th 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 

and 
Equipment 


Mainte- 
nance of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
portation 


Admin- 
istration 


Fixed 
Charges* 


Food 
Services/ 


S tudent 
Body 
Ac tivi ties 


Communi ty 
Services 


cal State 


$1,970,921 


$85,221,783 


$30,134, 


962 


$40,706, 


820 


$23,816 


432 


$89,525,758 


$1,677,777 


$1,838,053 


$4,007,225 


Allegany 


47,592 


1 


458 


040 


643, 


574 


1,051, 


735 


241 


747 


1 


,573,528 


44, 111 






336,271 


Anne Arundel 


- 


5 


383 


727 


1,719, 


539 


3,432, 


035 


1,978 


201 


5 


,942,372 


- 






381,179 


Baltimore City 


252,905 


17,840,027 


4,173, 


445 


5,716, 


588 


4,765 


673 


16 


,716,846 


354,708 


805 


188 


439,315 


Baltimore 


524,480 


1 L 


021 


109 


5,955, 


761 


4,248, 


921 


2,560 


733 


12 


,978,067 


145, 150 


120 


838 


183,736 


Calver t 


27,464 




468 


195 


150,628 


724, 


874 


199 


021 




549,253 


24,993 


24 


296 


88,643 


Caroline 


15,910 




334 


971 


134, 


631 


482,192 


100 


587 




370,301 


10,086 


14 


385 


51,562 


Carroll 


6,588 


1 


342 


614 


444, 


594 


1,298,972 


492 


794 


1 


,491,195 


14,742 


13 


499 


96,538 


Cecil 


9,657 




898 


567 


316, 


987 


775, 


000 


268 


085 




952,707 


10,371 


25 


146 


157,039 


Charles 


6,330 


1 


356 


625 


611, 


105 


1,318, 


625 


399 


144 


1 


,370,906 


97, 143 


23 


378 


236,216 


Dorche s ter 


16,476 




392 


761 


305, 


161 


547, 


728 


203 


591 




548,790 


24,587 


18,043 


54,542 


Frederick 


62,615 


1 


483 


377 


556, 


057 


1,127, 


309 


581 


562 


1 


,848,460 


53,710 


3 


126 


93,163 


Garrett 


18,728 




263 


797 


155, 


352 


634, 


108 


118 


846 




437,994 


23,026 






102,843 


Harford 


83,057 


2 


044 


180 


1,137, 


708 


1,789,937 


671 


989 


2 


,383,429 




57 


412 


24,369 


Howard 


ZO , OZD 


1 


988 


667 


494, 


795 


1,542, 


629 


467 


753 


1 


,806,958 


J V , O 07 


134 


165 


1 A A 7 90 


Kent 


8,786 




280,161 


147, 


443 


368, 


605 


78 


799 




314,053 




24 


030 


42,846 


Montgomery 


24,932 


15 


433 


680 


6,018, 


280 


4,793, 


861 


5,602,932 


18,927,299 


530,822 






893,841 


Prince George ' s 


608,823 


15 


049 


565 


5,310, 


478 


5,875, 


553 


3,882 


401 


15,786,239 


60,000 


477 


963 


178,656 


Queen Anne' s 


9,942 




303 


112 


140, 


203 


495, 


446 


69 


485 




399,890 


2,697 






44,208 


St. Mary's 


10,787 




799 


549 


345, 


918 


1,025, 


681 


267 


144 




803,957 


82,471 


11 


433 


60,793 


Somerset 


12,403 




257 


909 


102, 


928 


424, 


785 


95 


724 




295,840 


23,000 


9 


857 


54,299 


Talbot 


10,407 




400 


220 


163, 


111 


324, 


597 


117 


698 




451,715 


13,241 


18 


063 


48,307 


Washington 


109,735 


2 


088 


179 


612, 


645 


1,072, 


414 


338 


941 


2 


,012,781 


33,548 




653 


153,770 


Wicomico 


60,640 




857,942 


313, 


976 


1,010, 


105 


206 


713 


1 


,073,881 


55,591 


15 


263 


88,396 


Worces ter 


15,838 




474 


809 


180, 


643 


625, 


120 


106 


869 




489,297 


34,091 


41 


315 


29,964 



ncludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security paid direct by State. 

xcludes federal reimbursement for school breakfast, school lunch, and special milk shovm as an outgoing transfer in column 6. 



TABLE 

92 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 








Iota. iT.s 


t r ^ c : i ^ r. 








Total 
Ins true tion 


Salaries 
and 
Wage s 


Con tr ac ted 
Services 




Supplies and Material 


s 


Other 
Charge s 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Mater ia 1 s 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


5662, 382 , 409 


$625, 190, 113 


$4,603,702 


$28, 362, 293 


$10,984,282 


$4,524,292 


$12,853,719 


S"*, 226, 301 


Allegany 


10,704,567 


9,955,924 


31,907 


557,413 


139,503 


85,459 


332,451 


159,323 


Anne Arundel 


52,388,688 


48,786,853 


624,754 


2,628,640 


1,796,191 


637,409 


195,040 


348,441 


Baltimore City 


119, 499 , 681 


11/ iir» 

114, 257 , 119 


1 A A ^ A Z •* 

1,002,962 


3, 888, 381 


1,279,463 


281,383 


2,327,535 


351,219 


Baltimore 


99,800, 118 


94, 969 , 448 


443, 364 


3,480,753 






1,875,294 


906,553 


Calvert 


4, 341,510 


3, 947 ,009 


33,897 


330,883 


52,221 


94,810 


183,852 


29,721 


Caroline 


3,102,538 


2,894,853 


21,892 


162,779 


41,882 


28,516 


92,381 


23,014 


Carroll 


11,970,335 


10,908,912 


114,772 


729,631 


111,882 


76,601 


541,148 


217,020 


Cecil 


7 , 464, 534 


7,070, 104 


27 , 180 


323,906 


97,441 


72,359 


154, 106 


43, 344 


Charles 


10,5 7 2,601 


9,638,094 


77 , 353 


770,846 


177,415 




387, 306 


86, 308 


Dorchester 


4,535,048 


4, 138,652 


118,470 


234, 109 


42,686 




159,946 


43,817 


Frederick 


14,087,110 


13,228,937 


77,297 


657,456 


148,585 


108,229 


400,642 


123,420 


Garrett 


3,050,500 


2,870,428 


60 


139,383 


23,057 


27,897 


88,429 


40,629 


Harford 


20, 190, 159 


18, 539 ,845 


115,570 


1,419,516 


389,883 


165,673 


863,960 


115, 228 


Howard 


15, 782,440 


13,895,005 


222,906 


1 , 440 ,624 


240,248 


466,039 


733,837 


*% 1 AA C 

223,905 


Kent 


2,619,271 


2, 372, 287 


32,996 


166,474 


39,656 


19,187 


107 ,631 


47,514 


Montgomery 


120,609,907 


114,612,598 


651,903 


4,887,533 


3,315,531 


824,178 


747,824 


457,873 


Prince George ' s 


117,554,594 


112,007,055 


738,121 


4, 346,727 


1,238,878 


775,172 


2,332,677 


462,691 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,948,165 


2,733,117 


20,473 


151,100 


35,109 


23,058 


92,933 


43,475 


St. Mary's 


6,496,787 


6,056,086 


29,055 


369,876 


109,579 


49,581 


210,716 


41,770 


Somerset 


2, 507,745 


2,317,814 


25,884 


122,668 


27,308 


26,788 


68,572 


41,379 


Talbot 


3,522,117 


3,172,721 


24,225 


256,757 


42,885 


33,488 


180,384 


68,414 


Washington 


15,439,779 


14,561,158 


52,609 


603,239 


164,840 


62,323 


376,076 


222,773 


Wicomico 


8,759,115 


8,177,834 


88,934 


412,153 


106,793 


88,546 


216,814 


80,194 


Worces ter 


4,435,100 


4,078,260 


27,118 


281,446 


58,784 


38,497 


184,165 


48,276 



TABLE 

92 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Elementary Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 
Elementary 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$326,747, 


244 


$309,128 


266 


$2,115,358 


$13,421, 


413 


$5,246,752 


$2,180,215 


$5,994, 


446 


$2,082,207 


Al legany 


4 


,995, 


838 


4 


,708 


929 


16,513 




207 


528 


68 


699 


34 


377 


104,502 


62,868 


Anne Arundel 


25 


.788, 


109 


24,022 


892 


300,005 






712 


892 


536 


310 


164 


108 


012 


154,500 


Baltimore City 


61 


,704, 


499 


58 


,434, 


7 18 


588,578 


2 


,470, 


407 


965 


977 


178 


902 


1,325! 


528 


210,796 


Bal timore 


46 


,342, 


994 


44 


,207, 


411 


213,791 


1 


,511, 


363 


531 


163 


121 


856 


858, 


344 


410,429 


Calvert 


2 


,047, 


049 


1 


,924, 


394 


16,365 




94 


667 


18,281 


77 


4 / Z 


48, 


914 


11,623 


Caroline 


1 


,529, 


264 


1 


,432 


832 


3,804 




82 


248 


21 


715 


15 


544 


44, 


989 


10, 380 


Carroll 


5 


,846, 


604 


5 


,433 


380 


56, 148 




241, 


313 


38 


794 


26 


067 


176, 


452 


115,763 


Cecil 


3 


,468, 


931 


3 


,300 


620 


9,315 




143, 


509 


42 


370 


37 


446 


63, 


693 


15,487 


Charles 


6 


,382, 


066 


5 


,836 


437 


52, 287 




442, 


672 


102 


901 


119 


956 


219, 


815 


50,675 


Dorchester 


2,216, 


065 


2 


,048 


363 


44, 130 




102, 


949 


14 


463 


26 


320 


62, 


166 


20,623 


Frederick 


7 


,457, 


236 


7 


,056 


760 


16,255 




329, 


347 


67 


696 


62 


420 


199, 


231 


54,874 


Garrett 


1 


,623, 


033 


1 


,547 


036 


- 




51, 


095 


n 


954 


14 


655 


24, 


486 


24,902 


Harford 


10 


,716, 


407 


10 


,016 


598 


14,813 




631, 


761 


188 


721 


64 


841 


378, 


199 


53,235 


Howard 


7 


,596, 


278 


6 


,619 


003 






728, 


602 


122 


782 


214 


633 


391, 


187 


J- J J , / HD 


Kent 


1 


,446, 


706 


1 


,320 


493 


10,759 




85, 


438 


23 


395 


8 


876 


53, 


167 


30,016 


Montgomery 


54 


,900,402 


52,392 


931 


297, 338 


1 


,954, 


677 


1,206 


970 


368 


340 


379, 


367 


255,456 


Prince George ' s 


61 


,342 


376 


58 


,705 


974 


290,941 


2 


,099, 


909 


692 


683 


380 


651 


1,026, 


575 


245,552 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 


,198, 


850 


1 


,140 


660 


6,203 




41, 


340 


9 


870 


10 


804 


20, 


666 


10,647 


St. Mary's 


3 


,168, 


808 


2 


,972 


700 


14,989 




162, 


604 


52 


581 


26 


247 


83, 


776 


18,515 


Somer se t 


1 


,194, 


897 


1 


,127 


938 


1,650 




54, 


694 


14 


085 


12 


868 


27, 


741 


10,615 


Talbot 


1 


,604, 


564 


1 


,482 


861 


7, 177 




87, 


842 


20 


559 


18 


314 


48, 


969 


26,684 


Washington 


7 


,327, 


041 


6 


,954 


613 


18,734 




253, 


331 


64 


212 


37 


628 


151, 


491 


100,363 


Wicomico 


4 


,527, 


890 


4 


,293 


633 


6,298 




194, 


443 


45 


253 


42,441 


106, 


749 


33,516 


Worcester 


2 


,321 


337 


2 


,147 


095 


14,338 




138, 


962 


29 


092 


19 


443 


90, 


427 


20,942 



TABLE 

92 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Secondary Instruction 





















Supplies and Materials 




Local Unit 


















Total 






















Salaries 






Supplies 
















Total 




and 




Contrac ted 


and 








Library 








Secondary 


Wages 




Services 


Materials 


Textbooks 


Books 


Other 


ChdrgE s 


Total State 


$330,832 


403 


$311,864,732 


$2,234 


474 


$14,651 


084 


$5,602 


726 


$2,334 


911 


$6,713,447 


$2,082,113 


Al legany 


5 


,670 


472 


5 


215,854 


15 


394 


347 


488 


70,804 


51 


132 


225, 552 


91,736 


Anne Arundel 


26 


,131 


656 


24 


378 


309 


296 


145 


1,266 


351 


860 


045 


320 


861 


85,445 


190,851 


Baltimore City 


56 


,127 


016 


54 


262 


788 


365 


609 


1,376 


018 


307 


170 


102 


481 


966 367 


122,601 


Baltimore 


53 


, 109 


530 


50 


421 


228 


229 


436 


1,963 


312 


772 


799 


179 


641 


1,010,872 


495,554 


Calvert 


2,251 


914 


1,984 


647 


17 


532 


232 


488 


33 


940 


67 


338 


131,210 


17,247 


Caroline 


1,564 


744 


1,456 


107 


18 


088 


78 


115 


20 


167 


12 


972 


44,976 


12,434 


Carroll 


6 


,097 


422 


5 


450 


231 


58 


624 


487 


711 


73 


088 


50 


534 


36^ 089 


100,856 


Cecil 


3 


,980 


267 


3 


755 


403 


17 


865 


179 


209 


55 


071 


34 


913 


89 , 225 


27,790 


Charles 


4 


,112 


838 


3 


725 


479 


25 


066 


327 


160 


74 


514 


86 


169 


166,477 


35,133 


Dorchester 


2 


,230 


138 


2 


055 


677 


22 


454 


128 


813 


28 


075 


5 


157 


95,581 


23,194 


Frederick 


6 


,399 


161 


5 


961 


551 


54 


989 


316 


934 


78 


506 


45 


809 


192,619 


65,687 


Garrett 


1 


,394 


672 


1 


293 


663 




60 


85 


247 


10 


951 


13 


242 


61,054 


15,702 


Harford 


9 


,473 


752 


8 


523 


247 


100 


757 


787 


755 


201,162 


100 


832 


485,761 


61,993 


Howard 


8 


,186 


162 


7 


276 


002 


107 


979 


712 


022 


117 


966 


251 


406 


342,650 


90,159 


Kent 


1 


,130 


091 


1 


017 


890 


21 


285 


74 


946 


16 


261 


10 


311 


48,374 


15,970 


Montgomery 


64 


,813 


360 


61 


423 


489 


324 


129 


2,868 


311 


2,067, 


713 


455 


838 


344,760 


197,431 


Prince George' s 


55 


,639 


805 


52 


836 


292 


406 


812 


2,183 


080 


510 


762 


394 


521 


1,277,797 


213,621 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 


,718 


990 


1 


589 


756 


12 


372 


93 


966 


19 


372 


10 


821 


63,773 


22,896 


St, Mary's 


3 


,303 


344 


3 


059 


724 


14 


066 


206 


349 


56 


998 


23 


334 


126,017 


23,205 


Somerset 


1 


,300 


062 


1 


177 


837 


24 


234 


67 


321 


13 


223 


13 


710 


40,388 


30,670 


Talbot 


1 


,908 


149 


1 


682,629 


17 


048 


167 


247 


22 


326 


15 


174 


129,747 


41,225 


Washington 


8 


,077 


971 


7 


577 


351 


31 


584 


346 


626 


100 


628 


24 


695 


221,303 


122,410 


Wicomico 


4 


,102 


318 


3 


812 


923 


40 


166 


212 


439 


61 


493 


44 


966 


105,980 


36,790 


Worces ter 


2 


,108 


569 


1 


926 


655 


12 


780 


142, 176 


29 


692 


19 


054 


93,430 


26,958 



TABLE 

92 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Adult Education Instruction 



Local Unit 














Supplies and Materials 
















Total 












Adult 


Salaries 






Supplies 












Education 


and 


Contrac ted 


and 




Library 




Other 




Instruc tion 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Textbooks 


Books 


Other 


Charges 


Total State 


$4,802, 


762 


$4, 197, 115 


$253,870 


$289,796 


$134,804 


$9, 166 


$145,826 


$61,981 


Al legany 


38, 


257 


3t 


1 A 1 






2 


397 






2,397 


4,719 


Anne Arundel 


468, 


923 


385 


652 


28 


604 


51 


577 


43,610 


6,384 


1,583 


3,090 


Baltimore City 


1,668, 


166 


1,559 


613 


48,775 


41,956 


6,316 




35,640 


17,822 


Bal timore 


347, 


594 


340 


809 




137 


6 


078 




- 


6,078 


570 


Calvert 




547 


37 


968 






3 


728 






3,728 


851 


Caroline 


8, 


530 


5 


914 






2 


416 






2,416 


200 


Carroll 


26, 


309 


25 


301 








607 






607 


401 


Cecil 


15, 


336 


14 


081 






1 


188 


- 


- 


1,188 


67 


Charles 


7 7 


D 7 / 


76 


183 






1 


014 




- 


1,014 


500 


Dorches ter 


88, 


845 


34 


612 


51 


886 


2,347 


148 




2, 199 




Frederick 


230, 


713 


210 


626 


6,053 


11 


175 


2, 383 




8, 792 


2,859 


Garrett 


32, 


795 


29 


729 






3 


041 


152 


- 


2,889 


25 


Harford 


























Howard 


























Kent 


^2, 


474 


33 


904 




952 


6 


090 






6,090 


1,528 


Montgomery 


896, 


145 


796 


178 


30 


436 


64 


545 


40,848 




23,697 


4,986 


Prince George' s 


572, 


413 


464 


789 


40 


368 


63 


7 38 


35,433 




28,305 


3,518 


Queen Anne ' s 


30, 


325 


2 


701 


1 


898 


15 


794 


5,867 


1,433 


8,494 


9,932 


St. Mary's 


24, 


635 


23,662 








923 






923 


50 


Somerset 


12, 


786 


12 


039 








653 




210 


443 


94 


Talbot 


9, 


404 


7,231 






1 


668 






1,668 


505 


Washington 


34, 


767 


29 


194 


2 


291 


3,282 






3,282 




Wicomico 


128, 


907 


71,278 


42 


470 


5 


271 


47 


1,139 


4,085 


9,888 


Worces ter 


5, 


194 




510 








308 






308 


376 



TABLE 

93 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 





Pupil Personnel Services 


Health Services 


Locdl Unit. 


Total Pupil 


Salaries 




Supplies 




To tal 


Salaries 




Supplies 






Personnel 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 


Health 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 




Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charge; 


Total State 


$9,089,087 


$8,754,376 


$99,967 


$77,249 


$157,495 


$1,970,921 


$1,461,216 


$429,055 


$65,186 


$15,46- 


Allegany 


84,371 


80 ,040 


100 


1, 309 


2,922 


47 , 592 


16, 140 


28, 298 


2,400 


75'- 


Anne Arundel 


886, 396 


844, 169 


405 


2, 147 


39,675 












Baltimore City 


2,485,099 


2,449, 207 


15,608 


20, 177 


107 


252,905 


58,555 


194, 350 






Bal timore 


878, 294 


866 , 222 




4, 561 


7,511 


524,480 


505, 142 


8,490 


9,901 


94' 


Ca 1 ver t 


63,875 


57,817 


- 


2, 181 


3,877 


27,464 


21,069 


3,830 


2,037 


52^ 


Caroline 


34,840 


33,315 


58 


1, 350 


117 


15,910 


7,500 


6,731 


1,439 


24C 


Carroll 


107 ,238 


95, 351 


1,029 


5,877 


4,981 


6,588 


500 


2,669 


3,419 




Cec i 1 


77 , 743 


72,098 


586 


710 


4, 349 


9,657 


6, 222 


1,417 


1,403 


61; 


Charles 


166, 188 


97,277 


59,961 


4, 385 


4,565 


6,330 




2,867 


2,570 


89: 


Dorches ter 


31,011 


28,337 


1,251 




1,423 


16,476 


12,450 


2,189 


1,667 


17C 


Frederick 


106, 257 


103,830 


324 


1,762 


341 


62,615 


17,574 


42, 344 


2,522 


17: 


Garrett 


14,676 


13,490 




832 


354 


18, 728 


8,862 


5,987 


111 


3,76t 


Hanora 


234, 559 


225, 798 




7,869 


892 


83,057 


77,097 




5,960 




Howard 


134,135 


127,137 


- 


3,197 


3,801 


26,826 


17,275 


1,303 


6,582 


l,66f 


Kent 


39,020 


33,470 


1,584 


1,054 


2,912 


8,786 


8,200 


586 






Montgomery 


2,310,863 


2,256,540 


674 


8,609 


45,040 


24,932 


15,749 


8,294 


889 




Prince George' s 


975,237 


948,046 


589 


1,471 


25,131 


608,823 


584,111 


5,706 


16,527 


2,47? 


Queen Anne' s 


21,776 


20,133 




620 


1,023 


9,942 


8,350 


387 


311 


89^ 


St. Mary's 


112,947 


90,217 


17,030 


3,920 


1,780 


10,787 


6,854 


2,661 


681 


591 


Somerset 


26,544 


24,882 




381 


1,281 


12,403 


9,012 


3,259 


132 




Talbot 


45,044 


39,301 


500 


1,317 


3,926 


10,407 


8,674 


444 


263 




Washington 


179,384 


177,460 




1,108 


816 


109,735 




104,882 


4,507 


34f 


Wicomico 


54,297 


51,929 


268 


1,554 


546 


60,640 


57,770 


1,360 


1,495 


1; 


Worcester 


19,293 


18,310 




55S 


125 


15,338 


14,110 


1,001 


370 


35' 



TABLE 

94 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



ocal Unit 
~ 


Total 
Operation 


Salaries 
and 

Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supp lies 
and 
Materials 


Other Charges 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Communications 


Utilities 


Heat 
for 
Buildings 


Other 


3t State 


$85,221, 


783 


$50 


772,435 


1,813, 


462 


$2,404, 


981 


$30,230, 


905 


$3,083, 


388 


$17,665, 


068 


$8,599, 


463 


$882,986 


1 1 p pan V 


1 


458, 


040 




976, 


387 


21 


040 


65, 


835 




394, 


778 


21, 


690 


253, 


135 


111, 


399 


O , J J't 


jine Arundel 


5 


383, 


727 


2 


979, 


369 


141 


386 


70, 


750 


2 


192, 


222 


217, 


410 


1 , 406 , 


517 


56 J , 


025 


01 Ci 

J , z / u 


(altimore City 


17 


840, 


027 


12 


,029,174 


760 


091 


356 


7 34 


4 


,694, 


028 


687 


514 


2,832 


143 


1,174, 


371 




Saltimore 


14 


,021, 


109 


8 


,785, 


697 


194 


191 


382, 


105 


4 


,659, 


116 


348 


188 


2,740 


937 


1,281, 


774 


200 ,21/ 


;alvert 




468, 


195 




255,603 


11 


684 


17, 


005 




183, 


903 


19,550 


111 


740 


52, 


399 


214 


Caroline 




334, 


971 




162, 


747 


5 


576 


19 


081 




147,567 


11 


954 


76 


389 


55, 


595 


J, oly 


larroll 


1 


,342, 


614 




649, 


197 


31 


230 


118 


874 




543, 


313 


57 


432 


276 


178 


207 , 


500 


2 , 203 


Zecil 




898, 


567 




^52, 


718 


10 


000 


26 


504 




409, 


345 


33 


129 


216 


974 


158, 


306 


9 36 


;har les 


1 


,356,625 




655, 


923 


23 


577 


64 


826 




612, 


299 


57 


294 


339 


446 


214, 


691 


Q t Q 

o6o 


Dorchester 




392, 


761 




160, 


832 


6 


192 


25 


369 




200, 


368 


23 


717 


92 


944 


83, 


707 




Frederick 


1 


,483, 


377 




736, 


597 


19 


881 


66 


334 




660, 


565 


75 


227 


378 


068 


207 , 


270 




Garrett 




263,797 




128, 


752 


1 


658 


18 


119 




115, 


268 


9 


494 


45 


651 


59, 


506 


A 1 1 
1/ 


rlarf ord 


2 


,044, 


180 




981, 


786 


27 


482 


101 


177 




933, 


735 


61 


301 


498 


357 


337, 


510 


JD , JD / 


Howard 


1 


,988, 


667 




956, 


421 


55 


735 


75 


110 




901, 


401 


59 


591 


663 


824 


177, 


628 


358 


Kent 




280,161 




114, 


617 




115 


17,251 




148, 


177 


20 


019 


79 


780 


45, 


450 


2,929 


Montgomery 


15 


,433, 


680 


9 


,686, 


634 


232 


001 


391 


588 


5 


, 123, 


357 


672 


193 


2,987 


236 


1,309, 


829 


154,099 


Prince George ' s 


15 


,049, 


565 


8 


,363, 


071 


194 


976 


352 


646 


6 


,138, 


872 


537 


643 


3,569 


068 


1,672, 


230 


359,931 


Queen Anne ' s 




303, 


112 




133, 


716 






24 


095 




145, 


301 


10 


685 


65, 


641 


64, 


386 


4,589 


St. Mary's 




799, 


549 




443, 


190 


5 


637 


45, 


330 




305, 


392 


42 


064 


154,925 


108, 


403 




Somerset 




257, 


909 




100, 


428 


1 


598 


19 


266 




136, 


617 


8 


432 


75 


271 


52, 


914 




Talbot 




400, 


220 




192, 


029 


12 


065 


17 


595 




178, 


531 


16 


191 


96 


348 


59, 


085 


6,907 


Washington 


2 


,088, 


179 


1 


,217, 


196 


34 


362 


70 


285 




766, 


336 


57 


931 


414,545 


286, 


135 


7,725 


Wicomico 




857 


942 




447, 


534 


15 


896 


42 


903 




351, 


609 


23 


127 


186 


113 


141, 


093 


1,276 


Worcester 




474, 


809 




162, 


717 


7 


089 


16 


199 




288, 


804 


11 


612 


103 


838 


173, 


257 


97 



TABLE 

95 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 











Odi-Ctl. i-Co 






Supplies 








Local Unit 


Total 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 


Equipment 




Maintenance 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Replacement 


Total State 


$30, 134,962 


$15, 293,444 


S6 349 


169 


17 3 


9 1 7 
,71./ 


$170,973 


$3, 147,459 


Allegany 




643 


574 


202, 729 


167 


977 


208 


7 I 1 


16 


,088 


48,119 


Anne Arundel 


1 


,719 


539 


748,687 


400 


341 


383 


,354 


35 


690 


151,467 


Baltimore City 


4 


,173 


445 


2,744,553 


647 


590 


665 


,208 


8 


467 


107,627 


Baltimore 


5 


,955 


761 


2, 175, 704 


7 403 


109 


791 


,965 


11 


259 


573,724 


Calvert 




150 


628 


93, 753 


a 


200 


31 


, 106 




648 


16,921 


Caroline 




134 


631 


26,932 


44 


626 


18 


, 663 




94 


44,316 


Carroll 




444 


594 


195,810 


29 


693 


136 


,508 


15 


048 


67,535 


Cecil 




316 


987 


154, 588 


44 


850 


67 


,644 




530 


49,375 


Charles 




611 


105 


256, 784 




920 


115 


731 


3 


095 


92,575 


Dorchester 




305,161 


71,525 


140 




59 


685 


4 


232 


29,617 


Frederick 




556 


057 


197,974 


147 


307 


94 


,298 




991 


115,487 


Garrett 




155 


352 


24,341 


91 


944 


25 


,022 


2 


922 


11,123 


Harford 


1 


,137 


708 


408,426 


181 


176 


328 


,331 




556 


219,219 


Howard 




494, 


795 


262,831 


76 


621 


57 


,219 


17 


572 


80,552 


Kent 




147 


443 


53,976 


10, 


705 


46 


.554 


2 


404 


33,804 


Montgomery 


6 


,018 


280 


4,162, 190 


289, 


852 


924 


,654 


34,007 


607,577 


Prince George ' s 


5 


,310, 


478 


2,760,858 


996, 


249 


856 


,340 


2 


150 


694,881 


Queen Anne' s 




140, 


203 


47,914 


50, 


797 


25 


,849 


3 


126 


12,517 


St. Mary's 




345, 


918 


168,238 


50, 


843 


111 


,263 




233 


15,341 


Somerset 




102, 


928 


43,969 


8, 


539 


35 


,900 


7 


159 


7,361 


Talbot 




163, 


111 


48,383 


73, 


260 


17 


,431 


1 


913 


22,124 


Washington 




612, 


645 


272,458 


201, 


761 


85 


,332 


1 


851 


51,243 


Wicomico 




313, 


976 


120,949 


94,251 


49 


719 




897 


48,160 


Worcester 




180, 


643 


49,872 


46, 


506 


37 


430 




41 


46,794 



TABLE 

96 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 





Total 






Contrac ted 


Services 






Other Charges 




Local Unit 


Pupil 


Salaries 


Total 








Supplies 


Total 












Transpor- 


and 


Contracted 


Contract 


Bus 




and 


Other 


Communi- 






Vehicle 




tation 


Wages 


Services 


Routes 


Inspect ion 


Other 


Materials 


Charges 


cations 


Utilities 


Other 


Replacement 


oil State 


$40,706,820 


$12,693,924 


$24,466,030 


$21,450,797 


$137,351 


$2,877,882 


$1,881,040 




V 1- i , 3 J't 


9 ^ u , 1 Oi. 


^ArtR LL'X 
youo , J 


$1,025,267 


Allegany 


1 ,05 1 , 735 


140 ,249 


868,691 


O £ A IOC 

o60 ,2o5 


1 ,438 


o , ybo 


2 1 ,200 


21,595 


976 


- 


20,619 




Anne Arundel 


3,432,035 


325,335 


2,982,385 


2 ,930,087 


2 ,684 


49,614 


43,467 


57,332 


- 


- 


57,332 


23,516 


Baltimore City 


5,716,588 


1,401,642 


4,138,274 


3,830,468 


113,953 


193,853 


154,509 


22 ,163 


4,191 


15 ,928 


2,044 


- 


Baltimore 


4,248,921 


2,215,988 


1,074,305 


793,857 


- 


280,448 


625,848 


85,531 


5,691 


- 


79,840 


247,249 


Calvert 


724,874 


28,174 


682 ,736 


671,765 


1,280 


9,691 


810 










_ 


Caroline 


Uol , 192 


19,224 


458 , 494 


445 ,476 


414 


12 ,604 


1 Z 


4,402 


- 


- 


4,402 




Carroll 


1,298,972 


50,280 


1,208,525 


1,201,256 


916 


6,353 


10,377 


29,790 


- 


- 


29,790 


_ 


Cecil 


775,000 


72 , 142 


671,196 


667,527 


484 


3,185 


17,139 


14,523 


- 


- 


14,523 


- 


Charles 


1,318,625 


128,876 


1,161,611 


1, 143,680 


1,089 


16,842 


8,726 


19,412 






19,412 


- 


Dorchester 


547,728 


26,193 


513,760 


501,284 


484 


11,992 


2,880 




41 


4 8^4 




- 


Frederick 


1 , 12 / , 309 


3 JD , 193 


581,163 


4yy , 60o 


383 


81 , 172 


izo , JoO 


6,934 


- 


- 


6,934 




Garrett 


634,108 


32,785 


591,184 


579,775 


950 


10,459 


4,060 


6,079 


- 


- 


6,079 




Harford 


1,789,937 


189,865 


1,454,998 


1,444,309 


2,662 


8,027 


66,217 


25,720 


- 


- 


25,720 


53,137 


Howard 


1,542,629 


101,369 


1,426,344 


1,406,462 


1,998 


17,884 


8,668 


6 ,248 






6 ,248 


- 


Kent 


368,605 


34,033 


301,932 


300,277 


1,135 


520 


8,714 


12 ,662 






12,662 


11,264 


Montgomery 


4,793,861 


3,412,770 


226,843 






226,843 


662,672 


168,317 






168,317 


323,259 


Prince George's 


5,875,553 


3,653,126 


1,919,019 


51,203 


3,040 


1,864,776 


2,112 


15,300 






15,300 


285,996 


Queen Anne ' s 


495,446 


46,012 


431,642 


422 ,685 


280 


8,677 


7,806 


9,986 






9,986 




St. Mary's 


1,025,681 


84,140 


909,867 


907,787 




2 ,080 


12,861 


18,813 






18,813 




Somerset 


424,785 


17,210 


389,104 


389,104 






100 


18,371 






18,371 




Talbot 


324,597 


26,842 


291,811 


287,326 


300 


4,185 


1,947 


3,997 


435 




3,562 




Washington 


1,072,414 


295,766 


627,071 


584,909 


1,473 


40,689 


91,564 


51,806 






51,806 


6,207 


Wicomico 


1,010,105 


34,846 


960,293 


953,108 


1,938 


5,247 


753 


14,213 






14,213 




Worcester 


625,120 


20,864 


594,782 


578,559 


450 


15,773 


158 


9,316 






9,316 





TABLE 

97 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Administration 


Sa lar ies 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$23,816,432 


$18,773,659 


$3,554,934 


$948,211 


$539,628 


Allegany 


241,747 


208,837 


12,713 


12,241 


7,956 


Anne Arundel 


1,978,201 


1,451,094 


368,750 


107,098 


51,259 


Baltimore City 


4,765 ,673 


3,999,069 


658,091 


102,218 


6 ,295 


Baltimore 


2 ,560,733 


2 ,034,093 


293,520 


176,349 


56,771 


Calvert 


199,021 


149 ,042 


22,028 


8,285 


19,666 


Caroline 


100,587 


69,591 


17,126 


9,501 


4,369 


Carroll 


492,794 


368,229 


59,312 


34,304 


30,949 


Cecil 


268 ,085 


198 ,618 


47 ,648 


8,227 


13,592 


Charles 


399 , 144 


294 ,075 


64,847 


18 ,599 


21 ,623 


Dorchester 


203 ,591 


144,849 


34,925 


11,492 


12 ,325 


Frederick 


581,562 


438,641 


82,887 


42,456 


17,578 


Garrett 


118,846 


95,187 


6,434 


6,567 


10,658 


Harford 


671,989 


507,994 


108,772 


45 ,958 


9,265 


Howard 


467,753 


360,471 


52 ,890 


38,703 


15,689 


Kent 


78,799 


57,050 


4,968 


5,700 


11,081 


Montgomery 


5,602,932 


4,697,988 


694,954 


111,015 


98,975 


Prince George's 


3,882,401 


2,853,824 


837,438 


114,922 


76,217 


Queen Anne ' s 


69,485 


37,825 


18,250 


9,285 


4,125 


St. Mary's 


267,144 


204,047 


26,363 


27,116 


9,618 


Somerset 


95,724 


58,604 


20,532 


6,667 


9,921 


Talbot 


117,698 


74,434 


3,250 


11,726 


28,288 


Washington 


338,941 


265,664 


48,061 


16,653 


8,563 


Wicomico 


206,713 


141,649 


43,569 


14,358 


7,137 


Worcester 


106,869 


62,784 


27,606 


8,771 


7,708 



TABLE 

94 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Other Charges 



Local Unit 








Salaries 






Supplies 


Total 












Heat 






Total 


and 




Contrac ted 


and 


Other 










for 






Operation 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Communications 


Utilities 


Buildings 


Other 


I State 


$85,221, 


783 


$50,772, 


435 


1,813, 


462 


$2,404, 


981 


$30,230, 


905 


$3,083, 


388 


$17,665, 


068 


$8,599, 


463 


$882,986 


Allegany 


1 


458, 


040 


976, 


387 


21, 


040 


65, 


835 




394, 


778 


21, 


690 


253, 


135 


111, 


399 


8 554 


Anne Arundel 


5 


383, 


727 


2,979, 


369 


141, 


386 


70, 


750 


2 


192, 


222 


217 , 


410 


1 ,406 , 


517 


565, 


025 


3,270 


Bal tirnore Ci ty 


17 


840, 


027 


12,029, 


174 


760 


091 


356,734 


4 


,694, 


028 


687 


514 


2,832 


143 


1,174, 


371 




Bal t imo re 


14 


021, 


109 


8,785, 


697 


194 


191 


382, 


105 


4 


,659, 


116 


348 


188 


2,740 


937 


1,281, 


774 


Zoo , / i / 


Calvert 




468, 


195 


255, 


603 


11 


684 


17, 


005 




183, 


903 


19 


550 


111 


740 


52, 


399 


214 


Csro 1 ine 




334, 


971 


162, 


747 


5 


576 


19 


081 




1^7, 


567 


11 


954 


76 


389 


55, 


595 


J J D Z 7 




1 


342, 


614 


649, 


197 


31 


230 


118, 


874 




543, 


313 


57 


432 


276 


178 


207, 


500 




Ceci 1 




898, 


567 


•^52, 


718 


10 


000 


26, 


504 




409, 


345 


33 


129 


216 


974 


158, 


306 




Chsr 1 e s 


1 


356, 


625 


655,923 


23 


577 


64 


826 




612, 


299 


57 


294 


339 


446 


214, 


691 


ODO 


Dorchester 




392,761 


160, 


832 


6 


192 


25, 


369 




200,368 


23 


717 


92 


944 


83, 


707 




Freder i clc 


1 


483, 


377 


736, 


597 


19 


881 


66, 


334 




660, 


565 


75 


227 


378 


068 


207, 


270 




Garre 1 1 




263, 


797 


128,752 


1 


658 


18, 


119 




115, 


268 


9 


494 


45 


651 


59,506 


617 




2 


044, 


180 


981, 


786 


27 


482 


101, 


177 




933, 


735 


61 


301 


498 


357 


337, 


510 


JO J J D / 


Howard 


1 


988, 


667 


956, 


421 


55 


735 


75, 


110 




901, 


401 


59 


591 


663 


824 


177, 


628 


358 


Kent 




280, 


161 


114, 


617 




115 


17, 


251 




148, 


177 


20 


019 


79 


780 


45, 


450 


2,929 


Montgomery 


15 


,433 


680 


9,686, 


634 


232 


001 


391, 


588 


5 


,123, 


357 


672 


193 


2,987 


236 


1,309,829 


154,099 


Prince George' s 


15 


,049 


565 


8,363, 


071 


194 


976 


352 


646 


6 


, 138, 


872 


537 


643 


3,569 


068 


1,672, 


230 


359,931 


Queen Anne ' s 




303 


112 


133, 


716 






24,095 




145, 


301 


10 


685 


65, 


641 


64, 


386 


4,589 


St. Mary's 




799 


549 


443, 


190 


5 


637 




330 




305, 


392 


42 


064 


154 


925 


108, 


403 




Somerse t 




257 


909 


100, 


428 


1 


598 


19 


266 




136, 


617 


8 


432 


75 


271 


52, 


914 




Talbot 




400,220 


192, 


029 


12 


065 


17 


595 




178, 


531 


16 


191 


96 


348 


59, 


085 


6,907 


Washington 


2 


,088 


179 


1,217, 


196 


34 


362 


70 


285 




766, 


336 


57 


931 


414 


545 


286,135 


7,725 


Wicomico 




857,942 


447, 


534 


15 


896 


42 


903 




351, 


609 


23 


127 


186 


113 


141, 


093 


1,276 


Worcester 




474 


809 


162, 


717 


7 


089 


16 


199 




288, 


804 


11 


612 


103 


838 


173, 


257 


97 



TABLE 

95 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 









Salaries 






Supplies 






Local Unit 


Total 


and 




Contracted 


and 


Other 


Equipment 




Maintenance 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Replacement 


Total State 


$30, 134 


962 


$15, 293, 


444 


$6,349, 


169 


$5,173, 


917 


^ 1 T n ATT 

$170,9/3 


$3, 147,459 


Allegany 


643, 


574 


202, 


729 


167, 


927 


208, 


711 


16,088 


48,119 


Anne Arundel 


1,719, 


539 


748, 


687 


400, 


341 


383, 


354 


35,690 


151,467 


Baltimore City 


4,173 


445 


2,744, 


553 


647, 


590 


665, 


208 


8,467 


107 ,627 


Bal timore 


5,955, 


761 


2, 175, 


704 


2,403, 


109 


791, 


965 


11 , 259 


573,724 


Calvert 


150, 


628 


93, 


753 


8, 


200 


31, 


106 


648 


16,921 


Caroline 


134, 


631 


26, 


932 


44, 


626 


18, 


663 


94 


44,316 


Carroll 


444, 


594 


195, 


810 


29, 


693 


136, 


508 


15,048 


67,535 


Cecil 


316, 


987 


154, 


588 


44, 


850 


67, 


644 


530 


49,375 


Char les 


611, 


105 


256, 


784 


142, 


920 


115, 


731 


3,095 


92,575 


Dorches ter 


305, 


161 


71, 


525 


140, 


102 


59,685 


4, 232 


29,617 


Frederick 


556, 


057 


197, 


974 


147, 


307 


94, 


298 


991 


115,487 


Garrett 


155, 


352 


24, 


341 


91, 


944 


25, 


022 


2,922 


11,123 


Harford 


1,137, 


708 


408, 


426 


181, 


176 


328, 


331 


556 


219,219 


Howard 


494, 


795 


262, 


831 


76,621 


57, 


219 


17 , 572 


80,552 


Kent 


147, 


443 


53, 


976 


10, 


705 


46, 


554 


2,404 


33,804 


Montgomery 


6,018 


280 


4,162, 


190 


289,852 


924,654 


34,007 


607,577 


Prince George ' s 


5,310,478 


2,760, 


858 


996, 


249 


856, 


340 


2,150 


694,881 


Queen Anne' s 


140, 


203 


47, 


914 


50, 


797 


25, 


849 


3,126 


12,517 


St. Mary's 


345, 


918 


168, 


238 


50, 


843 


111, 


263 


233 


15,341 


Somerset 


102, 


928 


43, 


969 


8, 


539 


35, 


900 


7,159 


7,361 


Talbot 


163, 


111 


48, 


383 


73,260 


17, 


431 


1,913 


22,124 


Washington 


612, 


645 


272, 


458 


201, 


761 


85, 


332 


1,851 


51,243 


Wicomico 


313, 


976 


120, 


949 


94,251 


49, 


719 


897 


48,160 


Worcester 


180, 


643 


49, 


872 


-6, 


506 


37, 


430 


41 


46,794 



TABLE 

96 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



- 


Total 






Contrac ted 


Services 






Other Charges 




Local Unit 


Pupil 


Salaries 


Total 








Supplies 


Total 












Transpor- 


and 


Contracted 


Contract 


Bus 




and 


Other 


Communi- 






Vehicle 




tation 


Wages 


Services 


Routes 


Inspect ion 


Other 


Materia Is 


Charges 


cat ions 


Utilities 


Other 


Replacement 


r 1 1 C t- a t- o 


*^An 7nA RiCi 


Si? 693 924 


"i^A Aftfi 030 


$71 450 797 


$137 351 


S? 877 88? 


$1 881 040 


$640,559 


$11,334 


$20,782 


$608,443 


SI 025 267 


Allegany 


1,051,735 


140,249 


868,691 


860,285 


1,438 


6,968 


21,200 


21,595 


976 




20,619 




Anno Ai^iTiiHol 


3 432 035 


325 335 


2 ,982 , 385 


2 ,930,087 


2 ,684 


49,614 


43 ,467 


57,332 






57,332 


23,516 


Da i L jjllU I c i. i_ y 


5 716 588 


1 401 642 


4 138 2 74 


3 ,830 ,468 


113,953 


193 ,853 


154 ,509 


22 , 163 


4,191 


15 ,928 


2 ,044 




1 1 imo r g 


4 248 921 


2 715 988 


1 074 305 


793 857 




280 ,448 


625 ,848 


85,531 


5,691 




79,840 


247 ,249 




724 874 


28 174 


682 736 


671 , 765 


1 280 


9 ,691 


810 


13,154 


- 


- 


13,154 




Caroline 


482,192 


19,224 


458,494 


445,476 


414 


12 ,604 


72 


4,402 






4,402 


- 


Carro 1 1 


1 ,298 , 972 


50 ,280 


1 ,208 ,525 


1,201,256 


916 


6 ,353 


10,377 


29,790 


_ 




29,790 




Cecil 


775 ,000 


72 , 142 


671 , 196 


667,527 


484 


3 , 185 


17,139 


14,523 






14,523 




Charles 


1,318,625 


128 ,876 


1, 161,611 


1 , 143, 680 


1,089 


16,842 


8,726 


19,412 


- 


- 


19,412 




Dorch e s t e IT 


547 , 728 


26 , 193 


513,760 


501 ,284 


484 


11 ,992 


2 ,880 


4,895 


41 


4,854 






Frederick 


1,127,309 


336,193 


581,163 


499,608 


383 


81,172 


128,380 


6 ,934 






6,934 


74,639 


Garre 1 1 


634 108 


32 785 


591 184 


579 775 


950 


10 459 


4 060 


6,079 






6,079 




Harf nrH 

na i. J. u 1 u 


1 789,937 


189 865 


1,454 998 


1,444 309 


2 ,662 


8 ,02 7 


66 ,2 17 


25,720 


- 


- 


25,720 


53,137 


nuwd £ u 


1 542 629 


101 369 


1 426 344 


1 406 462 


1 998 


17 884 


8 ,668 


6,248 






6,248 




Kent 


'368[605 


34^033 


'301, '932 


300,277 


1 J35 


'520 


8i714 


12,662 






12,662 


11,264 


Mont gomery 


4,793,861 


3,412,770 


226,843 






226,843 


662,672 


168,317 






168,317 


323,259 


Prince George's 


5,875,553 


3,653,126 


1,919,019 


51,203 


3,040 


1,864,776 


2,112 


15,300 






15,300 


285,996 


Queen Anne ' s 


495,446 


46,012 


431,642 


422,685 


280 


8,677 


7,806 


9,986 






9,986 




St. Mary's 


1,025,681 


84,140 


909,867 


907,787 




2,080 


12,861 


18,813 






18,813 




Somerset 


424,785 


17,210 


389,104 


389,104 






100 


18,371 






18,371 




Talbot 


324,597 


26,842 


291,811 


287,326 


300 


4,185 


1,947 


3,997 


435 




3,562 




Washington 


1,072,414 


295,766 


627,071 


584,909 


1,473 


40,689 


91,564 


51,806 






51,806 


6,207 


Wicomico 


1,010,105 


34,846 


960,293 


953,108 


1,938 


5,247 


753 


14,213 






14,213 




Worcester 


625,120 


20,864 


594,782 


578,559 


450 


15 ,773 


158 


9,316 






9,316 





TABLE 

97 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Administration 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$23,816,432 


$18,773,659 


$3,554,934 


$948,211 


$539,628 


Allegany 


241,747 


208 ,837 


12 713 


12 241 


7 956 


Anne Arundel 


1, 978^201 


1, 451^094 


368 [750 


107^098 


5l'259 


Baltimore City 


4,765,673 


3,999,069 


658,091 


102,218 


6,295 


Baltimore 


2,560,733 


2,034,093 


293,520 


176,349 


56,771 


Calvert 


199,021 


149,042 


22,028 


8,285 


19,666 


Caroline 


100,587 


69,591 


17,126 


9,501 


4,369 


Carroll 


492,794 


368,229 


59,312 


34^304 


30^949 


Cecil 


268,085 


198,618 


47,648 


8,227 


13,592 


Charles 


399,144 


294,075 


64,847 


18,599 


21,623 


Dorchester 


203,591 


144,849 


34,925 


11,492 


12,325 


Frederick 


581,562 


438,641 


82 ,887 


42 ,456 


17 578 


Garrett 


118,846 


95,187 


6,434 


6^567 


10^658 


Harford 


671,989 


507,994 


108,772 


45,958 


9,265 


Howard 


467,753 


360,471 


52,890 


38,703 


15,689 


Kent 


78,799 


57,050 


4,968 


5,700 


11,081 


Montgomery 


5,602,932 


4,697,988 


694,954 


111,015 


98,975 


Prince George's 


3,882,401 


2,853,824 


837,438 


114,922 


76,217 


Queen Anne ' s 


69,485 


37,825 


18,250 


9,285 


4,125 


St. Mary's 


267,144 


204,047 


26,363 


27,116 


9,618 


Somerset 


95,724 


58,604 


20,532 


6,667 


9,921 


Talbot 


117,698 


74,434 


3,250 


11,726 


28,288 


Washington 


338,941 


265,664 


48,061 


16,653 


8,563 


Wicomico 


206,713 


141,649 


43,569 


14,358 


7,137 


Worcester 


106,869 


62,784 


27,606 


8,771 


7,708 



TABLE 

98 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



- 




Paid by Local Boards of Education 


Paid Direct by State 


Local Unit 


Total 






Insurance 










Teachers ' 


Teachers ' 




Fixed 






and 


Employees ' 


Social 






Retirement 


Social 




Charges 


Total 


Rent 


Judgements 


Retirement 


Security 


Other 


Total 


System 


Security 


, 

ral State 


$89,525,758 


$33,719,870 


$957,004 


$13,982 ,928 


$6,069,235 


$6,680,275 


$6,030,428 


$55,805,888 


$28,731,970 


$27,073,918 


Allegany 


1 573 528 


663 , 114 




106 ,450 


129 ,541 


107 ,499 


319,624 


910 ,414 


456 ,056 


454,358 


Anne Arundel 


5^942 ',372 


1,578,686 


244,381 


300 ,289 


40 , 729 


262 ,870 


730 ,417 


4,363,686 


2 , 175 , 159 


2 , 188 ,527 


Baltimore City 


16,716,846 


6 ,989 ,890 


436,904 


201 ,591 


750 , 799 


1 , 745 ,378 


3,855,218 


9,726,956 


5 ,076 , 170 


4 ,650 , 786 


Bal timore 


12,978,067 


4 ,241 ,850 


86 ,363 


3 , 140 , 932 


157 ,412 


857 ,016 


127 


8 , 736 ,2 17 


/ C fl 1 TOO 

4 ,581 , 138 


4, 155 ,079 


Calvert 


549,253 


206,544 




145,875 


12,888 


47,781 




342,709 


172,159 


170,550 


Pfl fn 1 1 n p 

LKJ i. 


370,301 


115 ,041 


4,260 


62 , 15 1 


10 , 80 1 


37 ,829 




255 ,260 


124 , 263 


1 o r» r»n "7 

130 , yy / 


Carroll 


1, 491^195 


492 ,387 


~ 


252 ,323 


61 ,385 


113,103 


65 ,576 


998 ,808 


489 ,896 


508 , 912 


Cecil 


952,707 


316 ,331 


115 


225 ,811 


3 ,615 


86 ,663 


127 


636 ,376 


305 , 770 


330 ,606 


Charles 


1,370,906 


601,308 


32 ,250 


348 ,633 


82 ,314 


138 ,111 




769 ,598 


350 ,678 


418 , 920 


Dorchester 


548,790 


181,086 


25,077 


85,775 


13,950 


56,099 


185 


367,704 


192,059 


175,645 






638 ,058 


27 ,028 


326 , 766 


101,345 


139,921 


42 ,998 


1,210,402 


615 ,537 


594 ,865 


Garrett 


437,994 


179 ,605 


20 ,241 


102 ,020 


19 , 198 


31 , 998 


6 , 148 


258,389 


126 ,948 


131 ,441 


Harford 


2,383,429 


669 ,275 




116 ,543 


54 , 118 


140 ,712 


357 , 902 


1,714,154 


852 ,017 


862 , 137 


Howard 


1,806,958 


590,247 




408,005 


43,201 


105,331 


33,710 


1,216,711 


571,194 


645,517 


Kent 


314,053 


106,020 


1,302 


21,276 


10,750 


32 ,390 


40,302 


208,033 


100,356 


107,677 


Montgomery 


18,927,299 


8,522,833 


18,903 


3,553,485 


3,512,928 


1,081,962 


355,555 


10,404,466 


5,670,454 


4,734,012 


Prince George's 


15,786,239 


5,815,573 


45,730 


3,542,277 


858,726 


1,293,464 


75 ,376 


9,970,666 


5,042,563 


4,928,103 


Queen Anne ' s 


399,890 


152,006 


2 ,600 


129,853 


8,510 


10,822 


221 


247,884 


125,758 


122,126 


St. Mary's 


803,957 


270,460 


500 


152,137 


31,180 


72,519 


14,124 


533,497 


245,554 


287,943 


Somerset 


295,840 


93,915 




28,888 


19,566 


30,754 


14,707 


201,925 


99,257 


102,668 


Talbot 


451,715 


157,071 




26,718 


5,502 


28,407 


96,444 


294,644 


146,095 


148,549 


Washington 


2,012,781 


685,711 




425,797 


91,433 


154,711 


13,770 


1,327,070 


674,477 


652,593 


Wicomico 


1,073,881 


323,719 


11,150 


191,808 


46,351 


66,513 


7,897 


750,162 


366,808 


383,354 


Worcester 


489,297 


129,140 


200 


87,525 


2 ,993 


38,422 




360,157 


171,604 


188,553 



TABLE 

99 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 





Food Services 




Student 


Body Activities 




Local Unit 


Total 


Salaries 




Supplies 






Total 


Salaries 




Supplies 






Food 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 


Equipment 


Student Body 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Othet 




Services 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Replacement 


Activities 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charge 


Total State 


$1,677,777 


$625,391 


$455,627 


$146,845 


$307,349 


$142,565 


$1 ,838 ,053 


$1,096,443 


$387,287 


$255,430 


$98,62 


Allegany 


44 111 


18 100 




25 000 


1 Oil 














Anne Arundel 














- 


- 








Baltimore City 


354 708 




306 959 


47,749 






805 , 188 


571 ,035 




117 171 


42 


Baltimore 


145 150 


143 680 




1 470 






120,838 


27,584 




10 , UO J 




Calvert 


24^993 


8!830 


5,010 


3^964 


226 


6,963 


24,296 


65 


8,537 


14,370 


1,32 


Caroline 




3 443 


69 


6 574 






14,385 


1,438 


ft OR 7 


H , ODU 




Carroll 


14 742 


1 500 


11 534 




1 7nfl 




13,499 




Q i^n 

y , / ju 


'+DD 


3,28 


Cecil 


10 371 


2 417 


3 476 


ftSQ 

J , OJ ^ 


S 1 Q 


1 on 


25 , 146 


15 , 750 


9 Q^n 


9 A 1 9 


3,83 


Charles 


97 143 


82 650 


2 760 




Rn4 




23,378 


- 


J , OO i 


9 ftfi 1 
Z , OO 1 


16 ,63 


Dorchester 


24^587 


12*068 


(148) 


9,044 




3,623 


18,043 




5,626 




12,41 


Frederick 












'^ 4fi7 


3,126 




i , J J 7 


1 1 1 


27 


Garrett 


23 026 


19 633 






3 393 




- 


- 








Harford 














57,412 


56 ,4A6 






96 


Howard 


39,689 


27,014 


5,927 


- 


6,748 


- 


134 , 165 


25 ,880 


42,196 


52,057 


14,03 


Kent 














24,030 


5 ,416 


9,181 


8,453 


98 


Montgomery 


530,822 


188,525 


92 ,939 


2,918 


246,440 














Prince George's 


60,000 


15,000 




8,300 




36,700 


477,963* 


373,320 


65,661 


984 


37,73 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,697 


897 


902 


898 
















St, Mary's 


82,471 


2,185 


78 


6,764 


17 


73,427 


11,433 




5,864 


3,476 


2,09 


Somerset 


23,000 


5,868 


1,536 


6,098 




9,498 


9,857 


3,600 


6,157 




10 


Talbot 


13,241 


10,345 


1,165 


1,731 






18,063 


9,084 


8,979 






Washington 


33,548 


17,845 


14,585 


840 


278 




653 






395 


25 


Wicomico 


55,591 


10,739 


2,389 


2,596 


33,080 


6,787 


15,263 




10,705 


4,458 


10 


Worcester 


34,091 


20,385 


3,950 


9,154 


602 




41,315 


6,825 


6,649 


23,673 


4,16 



*Includes $268 for Equipment Replacement. 



TABLE 

100 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Communi ty 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other Charges 


Equipment 
Replacement 


Total Other 
Charges 


Nonpublic School 
Transportation 


Other 


Total State 


$4,007,225 


$2,782,792 


$223,410 


$252 


747 


$744,076 


414 


165 


329 


,911 


$4,200 


Allegany 


336, 271 


162 


359 


90,683 


9 


687 


73,542 


6,000 


67,542 




Anne Arundel 


381,179 


169,292 


73,358 


8 


015 


130 


514 






130 


514 




Baltimore City 


439,315 


366 


904 


8,799 


2 


234 


61 


378 






61 


378 




Bal timore 


183,736 


158 


517 


1,200 




28 


23 


991 


19, 


525 


4 


466 




Calver t 


88,643 


82 


249 






125 


6 


269 






6 


269 




Caroline 


51,562 


51 


411 


151 








- 










- 


Carroll 


96,538 


52,453 






- 


44 


085 


11. 


900 


32 


185 




Cecil 


157,039 


115 


321 


2,201 


9 


413 


30 


104 


27, 


548 


2 


556 




Char le s 


236,216 


82 


682 


2,851 




379 


150 


304 


150, 


304 








Dor che s ter 


54, 542 


53 


132 




1- 


410 
















Frederick 


93,163 


60 


184 






479 


32 


500 


32, 


500 








Garrett 


102,843 


90 


733 






320 


7 


790 






7 


790 




Harford 


24,369 


17 


548 


_ 


3 


764 


1 


407 






1 


407 


1,650 


Howard 


166,729 


69 


616 


665 






96 


448 


90,692 


5 


756 


_ 


Kent 


42,846 


41, 


104 


79 






1 


663 






1 


663 


- 


Montgomery 


893,841 


576 


451 


42,808 


199 


070 


75 


512 


71, 


985 


3,527 




Prince George ' s 


178,656 


178 


656 






















Queen Anne ' s 


44,208 


44 


208 






















St. Mary's 


60,793 


56 


027 










766 








766 




Somerset 


54,299 


53 


054 




1 


245 
















Talbot • 


48,307 


37,023 




11 


284 
















Washington 


153,770 


151, 


162 










58 








58 


2,550 


Wicomico 


88,396 


82 


742 


615 


1 


294 


3 


745 


3, 


711 




34 




Worces ter 


29,964 


29 


964 























TABLE 

101 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Current Expense Fund 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
Capital 
Out lay 


Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
provement s 


Bui Idings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Remode 1 ing 


Addit iondl 
Equipment 

and 
Vehicles 


Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
p roveinent s 


Ri! ^ 1 H T n o« 

and 
Building 
Addit ions 


Remodel ing 


A HH 1 M nnal 
AUU L. L louai 

1 1 ^ rYTTiotif' 

L^J U X L/UtdlL 


Total State 


$157,575,002 


$10,231,902 


$1,112,814 


$699,616 


$2,380,054 


$6,039,418 


$147,343,100 


$10,703,448 


$119,402,596 


$10,844,862 


$6,392.19 


A 1 iGgany 




i'40 , Jil 


5 334 


62 161 


24 15 1 


154 675 


1 914 7S1 
1 , ^ JH , / J 1 


J , o^o 






10 .24 


AniiG Anjndel 




ftftn QAQ 

OOU , 


697 543 






LOO f HM-Q 


16 76n nift 

JO, /OU,U LO 


*iQQ 1 1 A 


•59 1 1 Q 707 


1 1 1^1 

1 17 , LD i 


oz 1 , « 


B3I t imorG City 




598 471 






1 . 995 


596 476 


90 Asn 4Q4 


1 , / JO , u 10 


£.J,\)lJ , 10'+ 


£. , , jUo 


J- ,U ,00 


Bs. It xmoirc 




2 496 130 


261 185 






1 9ft7 


in QOQ n9i 

lU , 777 , 1 




7 7ftn 1 ^Ci 


9 197 '19A 


07 Q e7 


Calvert 


1,886,176 


67^504 


2^447 


7,000 


1,727 


56,330 


1,818,672 


32.351 


1,703,131 




83,19 


L^U L Ulc 


377 599 


31 954 


1 360 


250 




30 344 


345 645 


J , JOG 


342 077 






Csx vrr\ 1 1 


1 470 ?nfi 


234 021 




3H nnn 




196 021 


1 9'\f\ IftS 

1. 1 £ JO , LOJ 




1 , uo 1 , J J 


90 Oil 
, 73 1 


H J , 7Z 


Ccci. 1 




7S lift 

1 J J J JO 


3 3'i4 




99 Q9 1 


'+7 , V/D J 






1 7 AZlO 


1 1 ftO 9(17 
1 , low ,^0 / 






-J 1-1/. 9Q1 


268 270 






inn 166 


11R RQQ 
i. JO ,077 






9 f^'XCi 1^0 




9 "1 1 7*^ 
Z J 1 , / J 


Dorchester 


771,441 


144^964 


12,253 


- 




132,711 


626,477 




610,329 


16,148 










24 689 






1 7R Q4A 


6 n94 74H 




J , J7D , of ^ 




9 09 ftl 
Z 7Z .Ui 


G3.rrGt t 


185 262 


90 637 








90 637 


94,625 




JO , JD 7 


16 n'>6 

JO , u J 






7 013 960 


1 Ifi fid?, 






64 490 


112 178 


6 837 292 


J J 1 , J / 


S 710 Oil 




J 7 J . 7U 


Howard 


8,405,669 


510,888 


18,844 


_ 


6o'851 


431^193 


7]894,'781 


405,989 


6,984,792 


I 


504,00 


Kent 


1,530,134 


188,045 


8,996 


11,739 


27,749 


139,561 


1,342,089 


172,965 


1,169,907 


(920) 


13 


Montgomery 


15,033,156 


1,468,184 






1,468,184 




13,564,972 


1,442,759 


7,616,244 


3,498,271 


1,007,69 


Prince George's 


12,380,694 


2,040,804 


15,928 


161,605 


2,938 


1,860,333 


10,339,890 


1,398,248 


7,941,252 




1,000,39 


Queen Anne ' s 


106,780 


21,688 




15,454 




6,234 


85,092 




43,080 




42,01 


St. Mary's 


1,950,572 


83,212 


19,200 






64,012 


1,867,360 




1,863,186 


4,100 


7 


Somerset 


698,848 


18,620 






18,475 


145 


680,228 


15,396 


586,766 


40,983 


37,08 


Talbot 


665,021 


61,082 








61,082 


603,939 




128,697 


186,481 


288,76 


Washington 


5,400,601 


132,824 


2,130 




27,868 


102,826 


5,267,777 


67,120 


4,978,044 




222,61 


Wicomico 


7,230,425 


74,228 


7,144 




3,875 


63,209 


7,156,197 


56,803 


6,037,433 


1,060,303 


1,65 


Worcester 


103,502 


80,994 


3,202 


4,316 


1,664 


71,812 


22,508 


2,472 


7,449 


10,421 


2,16 



School Construction Fund 



TABLE 

102 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



LiO c 3. 1 Un. 1 1 


Tota 1 


Long-term County Bonds 


State Loan 


Redemption 


Interest 


Redemption 


Interest 


Total State 


$101,400,832 


$44,701,037 


$34,297,348 


$15,820,310 


$6,582,137 


Allegany 


666,957 


Z_)U , UUU 


Q7 17^ 


o/,A 7n 
Zh-M- , Z / U 


/!> , J iZ 


Anna AvMm/lal 


a firi'i QQf) 
o , o\jj , y y\j 


Q Q /■ f\(\r\ 
Z , OoH- , UUU 




o A/, £ on 7 
Z jHM-O , JU / 


i , uzy , i iu 


Da L L 3.U1L* i C \j J. L y 


99 nriR ^'\9 

i-i. ,VJUO , LO£. 


i i , UO7 , 




Q on "51/. 


c. 70 ATI 
/o , J i 


Bs. 1 1 unoiTs 




6,286,000 


4,151,222 


4,399,790 


1,721,825 




463 903 


159,000 


219,243 


58,883 


26,777 


Caroline 


395,133 


£. iU y UUU 


i , J JO 


o£ oAn 


10 7 
iZ , Z J / 


Ca rm ^ 1 

y^CL L LKJ 1. 1. 


1 ,441 ,592 


^jU , UUU 




JDU , Z_) i 


ICQ /, Q 1 


Cecl. 1 




7Qn nnn 

/ 7U , UUU 


jUJ , 


1 n 1 "^nQ 

iU i , jU7 


1 c:n9 
Z L , jUZ 


^IlaL i.co 




540,000 


590,865 


417,260 


156,301 




334 883 


241,000 


93,883 


- 


- 


Frederick 


2,751,632 


1,190,000 


862 ,590 


526,279 


172,763 


Garrett 


148,059 


25 ,000 


5 ,625 


91,970 


25,464 


Harford 


3,272,825 


1,612,000 


1,105,115 


347,735 


207,975 


Howard 


2,491,678 


985,000 


995,509 


381,120 


130,049 


Kent 


410,613 


145,000 


115,700 


116,320 


33,593 


Montgomery 


12,853,200 


6,968,989 


5,028,175 


503,135 


352,901 


Prince George's 


19,964,841 


7,793,000 


6,615,190 


4,050,280 


1,506,371 


Queen Anne ' s 


308,315 


145,000 


84,033 


57,010 


22,272 


St. Mary's 


581,500 


100,000 


35,900 


330,346 


115,254 


Somerset 


312,934 


205,000 


82,275 


20,081 


5,578 


Talbot 


602 , 748 


300,000 


101,728 


165,265 


35,755 


Washington 


1,980,698 


1,095,000 


668,795 


181,773 


35,130 


Wicomico 


1,442,147 


912,508 


515,612 


11,708 


2,319 


Worcester 


680,783 


325,000 


216,912 


82,364 


56,507 



TABLE 

103 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 
(Including Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Person- 
nel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 

of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
porta- 
tion 


Admin- 
istra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


School 
Breakfast, 
Lunch, 
and 
Special 
Milk 


S tudent 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
muni ty 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Total State 


72 


04 





.99 





21 


9. 


27 


3. 28 


4.43 


2. 59 


3 


67 





16 


2. 28 


0. 20 





43 





43 


Allegany 


67 


68 





53 





30 


9. 


22 


4.07 


6.65 


1.53 


4 


19 





28 


3. 35 


- 


2 


13 


0.07 


Anne Arundel 


76 


45 


1 


29 




- 


7. 


86 


2.51 


5.01 


2.89 


2 


30 






1.13 







56 






Baltimore City 


69 


01 


1 


43 





15 


10. 


30 


2.41 


3. 30 


2.75 


4 


04 





21 


5. 34 


0.47 





25 





34 


Baltimore 


74 


39 





65 





39 


10. 


45 


4.44 


3. 17 


1.91 


3 


16 





11 


0.81 


0.09 





14 





29 


Calvert 


66 


26 





97 





42 


7. 


15 


2. 30 


11.06 


3.04 


3 


15 





38 


3.53 


0. 37 


1 


35 





02 


Caroline 


68 


41 





77 





35 


7. 


38 


2.97 


10.63 


2.22 


2 


54 





22 


3.05 


0.32 


1 


14 






Carroll 


72 


30 





65 





04 


8. 


11 


2.69 


7.85 


2.98 


2 


97 





09 


1.49 


0.08 





58 





17 


Cecil 


70 


52 





73 





09 


8. 


49 


3.00 


7. 32 


2.53 


2 


99 





10 


2. 24 


0. 24 


1 


48 





27 


Charles 


66 


39 


1.04 





04 


8. 


52 


3.84 


8.28 


2.51 


3 


77 





61 


3.34 


0. 15 


1 


48 


0.03 


Dorchester 


69 


34 


0.47 





25 


6. 


01 


4.66 


8.37 


3. 11 


2 


77 


0.38 


3.42 


0.28 





83 





11 


Frederick 


73 


32 





55 





33 


7. 


72 


2.89 


5.87 


3.03 


3 


32 





28 


2. 19 


0.02 





48 






Garrett 


63 


91 





31 





39 


5. 


53 


3. 26 


13. 29 


2.49 


3 


76 





48 


4.43 




2 


15 






Harford 


73 


28 





85 





30 


7. 


42 


4.13 


6.50 


2.44 


2 


43 






2.26 


0.21 





09 





09 


Howard 


72 


36 





61 





12 


9. 


12 


2. 27 


7.07 


2. 15 


2 


71 





18 


1. 24 


0.62 





76 





79 


Kent 


68 


35 


1 


02 





23 


7. 


31 


3.85 


9.62 


2.05 


2 


76 






2.23 


0.63 


1 


12 





83 


Montgomery 


71 


91 


1 


38 





02 


9. 


20 


3.58 


2.86 


3.34 


5 


08 





32 


0.84 







53 





94 


Prince George ' s 


73. 


60 





61 





38 


9. 


42 


3.32 


3.68 


2.43 


3 


64 





04 


1.85 


0.30 





11 





62 


Queen Anne ' s 


68 


73 





51 





23 


7. 


07 


3.27 


11.55 


1.62 


3 


54 





06 


2.37 




1 


03 





02 


St. Mary's 


65 


66 


1 


14 





11 


8. 


08 


3.50 


10.37 


2.70 


2 


73 





83 


4. 15 


0. 12 


0.61 






Somerset 


66 


37 





70 





33 


6. 


83 


2.72 


11.24 


2.53 


2 


49 





61 


3.83 


0.26 


1 


44 





65 


Talbot 


71.60 


0.92 


0.21 


8. 


14 


3.32 


6.60 


2.39 


3. 


19 





27 


1.78 


0.37 


0.98 





23 


Washing ton 


72.76 





85 





52 


9. 


84 


2.89 


5.05 


1.60 


3 


23 


0. 


16 


2.38 







72 






Wicomico 


72 


89 


0.45 


0.51 


7. 


14 


2.61 


8.41 


1.72 


2 


69 





46 


2. 10 


0.13 





74 





15 


Worcester 


70 


38 





31 





25 


7. 


53 


2.87 


9.92 


1.70 


2 


05 





54 


3.20 


0.66 





47 





12 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



Note: Expenditure by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

104 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 
(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



Locdl Unit 


Total 
Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Person- 
nel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 
of 
Plant 


Ms X Tl t G ~ 

nance 

of 
P Ian t 


Admin- 
i s tr a- 
tion 


F ixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


School 
Breakf as t, 
Lunch, 
and 
Special 
Milk 


Student 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
munity 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Total State 


75 


38 


1 


04 





22 


9 


70 


3.43 


2.71 


3.84 





19 


2. 


38 





21 





46 





44 


Allegany 


72 


50 





57 





32 


9 


88 


4. 36 


1. 64 


4.49 





30 


3. 


59 






2 


28 





07 


Anne Arundel 


80 


48 


1 


36 




_ 


8 


27 


2.64 


3.04 


2.43 




_ 


1. 


19 




_ 





59 




_ 


Baltimore City 


71 


37 


1 


48 





15 


10 


66 


2.49 


2.85 


4. 18 





21 


5. 


52 





48 





26 





35 


Bal timore 


76 


82 





68 





40 


10 


79 


4.59 


1.97 


3. 27 





11 


0. 


84 





09 





14 





30 


Calvert 


74 


50 


1 


10 





47 


8 


03 


2.58 


3.41 


3.54 





43 


3. 


97 





42 


1 


52 





03 


Caroline 


76 


55 





86 





39 


8 


27 


3. 32 


2.48 


2. 84 





25 


3. 


41 





36 


1 


27 






Carroll 


78 


46 





70 





04 


8 


80 


2.91 


3.23 


3. 23 





10 


1. 


62 





09 





63 





19 


Cecil 


76 


09 





79 





10 


9 


16 


3.23 


2.73 


3. 23 





11 


2. 


41 





26 


1 


60 





29 


Charles 


72 


39 


1 


14 





04 


9 


29 


4. 18 


2.73 


4. 12 





66 


3. 


64 





16 


1 


62 





03 


Dorches ter 


75 


67 





52 





28 


6 


55 


5.09 


3.40 


3.02 





41 


3. 


73 





30 





91 





12 


Frederick 


77 


89 





59 





35 


8 


20 


3.07 


3.21 


3.53 





30 


2. 


33 





02 





51 






Garrett 


73 


70 





36 





45 


6 


37 


3. 75 


2.87 


4. 34 





56 


5. 


11 






2 


49 






Harford 


78 


38 





91 





32 


7 


93 


4.42 


2.61 


2.60 






2. 


42 





22 





09 





10 


Howard 


77 


87 





66 





13 


9 


81 


2.44 


2. 31 


2.91 





20 


1. 


34 





66 





82 





85 


Kent 


75 


62 


1 


13 





25 


8 


09 


4. 26 


2.27 


3.06 






2. 


47 





69 


1 


24 





92 


Montgomery 


74 


02 


1 


42 





01 


9 


47 


3.69 


3.44 


5.23 





33 


0. 


87 









55 





97 


Prince George' s 
Queen Anne' s 


76 


41 





63 





40 


9 


78 


3.45 


2.52 


3.78 





04 


1. 


92 





31 





12 





64 


77 


70 





57 





26 


7 


99 


3.70 


1.83 


4.01 





07 


2. 


68 






1 


16 





03 


St. Mary's 


73 


26 


1 


27 





12 


9 


01 


3.90 


3.01 


3.05 





93 


4. 


63 





13 





69 






Somerset 


74 


78 





79 





37 


7 


69 


3.07 


2.85 


2.80 





69 


4. 


32 





29 


1. 


62 





73 


Talbot 


76 


66 





98 





23 


8 


71 


3.55 


2.56 


3.42 


0. 


29 


1. 


91 


0. 


39 


1 


05 





25 


Washington 


76 


64 





89 





55 


10 


37 


3.04 


1.68 


3.40 


0. 


17 


2. 


50 






0. 


76 






Wicomico 


79 


58 





49 


0. 


55 


7 


80 


2.85 


1.88 


2.94 


0. 


51 


2. 


29 





14 


0, 


80 





17 


Worces ter 


78 


13 





34 


0. 


28 


8 


36 


3. 18 


1.88 


2.28 


0. 


60 


3. 


55 


0. 


73 


0. 


53 





14 



""Less than 0.1 percent. 



Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

105 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Tnct'T'iiPt'i riTi 


Pupil 


Health 
Services 


Operation of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 

P 1 an ^ 
r X all 1- 


Pupil 
Transportation 


Adz.inis- 
tration 


F ixfcd 
Charges 


Total State 


74.67 


1.02 


0.22 


9.61 


3,40 


4.59 




J . ; : 


Allegany 


71.87 


0. 57 


. 32 


9 . 79 


4. 32 


7 . 06 


1.62 


4. 45 


Anne Arundel 


11. n 


1.32 




7,99 


2.55 


5,09 


2,94 


2.34 


Baltimore City 


73.89 


1.54 


0.16 


11,03 


2.58 


3.53 


2,95 


4.32 


Baltimore 


75.47 


0.67 


0.40 


10,60 


4.50 


3.21 


1.94 


3.21 


Calvert 


70.23 


1.03 


0.44 


7,57 


2.44 


11.73 


3.22 


3.34 


Caroline 


71.81 


0. 81 


0. 37 


7 . 75 


3.11 


11. 16 


2. 33 


2.66 


Carroll 


74.10 


0.66 


0.04 


8,31 


2.75 


8.04 


3,05 


3.05 


Cecil 


73.71 


0.77 


0.10 


8.87 


3.13 


7.65 


2,65 


3.12 


Charles 


70.33 


1. 11 


0.04 


9.02 


4.07 


8.77 


2.66 


4.00 


Dorchester 


72.99 


0.50 


0.27 


6.32 


4.91 


8.82 


3.28 


2.91 


Frederick 


75. 56 


. 57 


0, 34 


7 . 96 


2. 98 


6.05 


3. 12 


3.42 


Garrett 


68.77 


0.33 


0.42 


5,95 


3.50 


14.30 


2.68 


4.05 


Harford 


75.28 


0.87 


0.31 


7,62 


4,24 


6,67 


2,51 


2.50 


Howard 


75.05 


0.64 


0,13 


9,46 


2,35 


7,34 


2,22 


2.81 


Kent 


71.80 


1.07 


0,24 


7,68 


4,04 


10.10 


2.16 


2.91 


Montgomery 


73.85 


1.41 


0,02 


9,45 


3,69 


2.93 


3,43 


5,22 


Prince George' s 


75.81 


0.63 


0,39 


9,71 


3,42 


3,79 


2.50 


3,75 


Queen Anne' s 


71.21 


0.53 


0,24 


7,32 


3.38 


11.97 


1,68 


3,67 


St. Mary's 


69.64 


1.21 


0.12 


8,57 


3,71 


10.99 


2,86 


2.90 


Somerset 


71.20 


0,76 


0.35 


7,32 


2,92 


12.06 


2,72 


2,67 


Talbot 


74.30 


0.95 


0.22 


8,44 


3.44 


6.85 


2,48 


3.32 


Washington 


75.22 


0.87 


0.54 


10.17 


2.99 


5.22 


1,65 


3.34 


Wicomico 


75.60 


0.47 


0.52 


7.41 


2.71 


3.72 


1.78 


2.79 


Worcester 


74.08 


0.32 


0.26 


7.93 


3.02 


10.— 


1.79 


2. 1'- 



Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



1972-73 



TABLE 

106 



Local Unit 


Ins true tion 


Pupil 
Per Sonne 1 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Administration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


7S 


27 


1.07 


0. 


23 


10.07 


3.56 


2. 


81 


3.99 


Al legany 


77 


33 


61 


0, 


34 






1. 


75 




Anne Arundel 


81.94 


1.39 






8.42 


2,69 


3. 


09 


2,47 


Baltimore City 


76 


60 


1.59 


0, 16 


11.44 


2.68 


3. 


05 


4,48 


Bal timore 


77 


98 


0,69 


0, 


41 


10.96 


4.65 


2. 


00 


3,31 


Calvert 


79 


56 


1.17 


0. 


50 


8.58 


2.76 


3. 


65 


3,78 


C3.T0 1 xnc 


80 


82 


91 


0.41 




3 51 


2. 


62 


^ on 


Carroll 


80 


57 


0.72 


0.05 


9.04 


2.99 


3. 


32 


3,31 


Cecil 


79 


82 


0.83 


0, 


10 


9.61 


3.39 


2. 


87 


3,38 


Charles 


77 


10 


1.21 


0, 


05 


9.89 


4.46 


2. 


91 


4,38 


Dorchester 


80 


05 


0.55 


0, 


29 


6.93 


5. 39 


3. 


59 


3, 20 


Frederick 


80 


43 


0.61 


0. 


36 


8 47 


T 1 7 
J « J- / 


3, 


32 




Garrett 


80 


24 


0.39 


0, 


49 


6.94 


4.09 


3, 


13 


4.72 


Harford 


80 


66 


0.94 


0. 


33 


8.17 


4.55 


2, 


68 


2.67 


Howard 


81 


00 


0.69 


0. 


14 


10.20 


2.54 


2, 


40 


3.03 


Kent 


79 


87 


1. 19 


0. 


27 


8.54 


4.50 


2. 


40 


3.23 


Montgomery 


76 


08 


1.46 


0. 


02 


9.74 


3.80 


3. 


53 


5.37 


Prince George' s 


78.79 


0.65 


0.41 


10.09 


3.56 


2. 


60 


3.90 


Queen Anne' s 


80.89 


0.60 


0. 


27 


8.31 


3.85 


1. 


91 


4.17 


St. Mary's 


78 


24 


1.36 


0. 13 


9.63 


4. 16 


3. 


22 


3.26 


Somerset 


80.97 


0.86 


0.40 


8.33 


3.32 


3. 


09 


3.03 


Talbot 


79 


76 


1.02 


0.24 


9.06 


3.69 


2. 


67 


3.56 


Washing ton 


79.36 


0.92 


0.57 


10.73 


3. 15 


1.74 


3.53 


Wicotrtico 


82.82 


0.51 


0. 


57 


8.11 


2.97 


1.96 


3.06 


Worcester 


82 


72 


0.36 


0. 


29 


8.86 


3.37 


1. 


99 


2,41 



*Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Secruity are not included. 



TABLE 

107 



Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12*: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: 

Maryland Public Day Schools: 1962-63 - 1972-73 



Local Unit 


1962 


-63 


1963- 


-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966- 


■67 


1967-68 


1968- 


69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972- 


Total State: Including 
































































Security 


$425 


17 


$437 


27 


$461.45 


$514.97 


$585 


51 


$652.43 


$739 


58 


$816. 30 


$913.52 


$990.20 


$1,058. 


Excluding Retirement 
































and Social Security 


398 


74 


409 


83 


437. 10 


487.96 


550.48 


614.04 


695. 


32 


764.63 


858.83 


928.02 


995 


Ai. i. cgdliy 


345 


6 3 


364 


89 


388 . 1 3 




492 


89 


^f^f\ 1 '\ 
JOD • / J 


631. 


41 


£. t Q A 7 
DDO • '4 / 


ft 

/ , oz 


Oj\J . HO 


07U. 


Anne Arundel 


348 


77 


364 


35 


387.75 


434. 18 


499 


67 


554.95 


602. 


82 


678.90 


760.71 


837. 33 


89? 


Baltimore City 


373 


23 


375 


04 


390.56 


445.69 


533 


97 


581.29 


680. 


25 


736.68 


826.07 


871.97 


889 


Bal timore 


412 


67 


442 


87 


459.97 


497.67 


554 


78 


624.73 


702. 


29 


767.19 


875. 18 


940.52 


1,037 


Calvert 


395 


95 


406 


30 


446.61 


496.49 


568 


34 


619.60 


638. 


96 


715.99 


801.34 


905.44 


1,023 


CdiTO 1 i.n€ 








L Z 




A Q s £.n 


549 


63 


Q Q 7 


633. 


66 


AAA Q A 


~i /.r\ AO 




Q/. ^ 
OHJ 


Carroll 


359 


70 


369 


72 


403.05 


433.21 


497 


22 


558, 14 


591. 


89 


651.24 


710.91 


819.43 


926 


Cecil 


384 


10 


392 


91 


433.83 


478.73 


534 


97 


566.02 


641. 


00 


653.49 


708.13 


731.76 


818 


Charles 


375 


23 


393 


26 


435.42 


490.45 


582 


40 


671.06 


718.25 


751.50 


790.76 


938.75 


995 


Dorches ter 


367 


68 


378 


15 


426. 33 


466. 16 


509 


72 


612.60 


625. 


27 


687.14 


800. 11 


909.27 


996 


Frederick. 








Q ^ 


HO'4 , LI 


J hi, / J 


580 


90 


t. T "3 n 1 
Dz J . U i 


671. 


29 




■70-7 QO 


834. 82 


007 


Garrett 


361 


97 


354 


61 


404. 17 


490.59 


535 


53 


540.34 


604.68 


685.02 


739.02 


762.12 


771 


Harford 


382 


06 


405 


81 


430.93 


479.91 


505 


17 


572.29 


621. 


57 


660.06 


749.01 


800.43 


853 


Howard 


369 


63 


383 


41 


434.07 


481.05 


545 


90 


614.81 


697. 


70 


761.84 


855.03 


939.29 


1,057 


Kent 


394 


81 


419 


89 


466.26 


507.37 


557 


20 


613.99 


663. 


43 


739.81 


832.19 


910.91 


971 


Montgomery 


505 


86 


506 


69 


545.63 


614. 17 


652 


55 


736. 16 


845. 


73 


972.84 


1,083.22 


1,194.17 


1,326 


Prince George ' s 


394 


91 


408 


14 


433.79 


485.35 


548 


46 


606.80 


703. 


75 


774.64 


884.90 


943.38 


996 


Queen Anne' s 


394 


91 


421 


20 


443.44 


487.53 


600 


81 


644.57 


676. 


72 


690.59 


772.95 


832.88 


904 


St. Mary's 


368 


28 


376 


51 


414.54 


492.79 


522 


39 


590. 20 


666. 


91 


680.72 


750.70 


848.40 


829 


Somerset 


364 


47 


367 


09 


409.43 


433.09 


461 


56 


499. 22 


574. 


56 


597.92 


687.50 


782.58 


818 


Talbot 


357 


56 


365 


60 


418.95 


453.75 


551 


92 


619.21 


655. 


97 


760.39 


826.51 


895.98 


979 


Washington 


396 


54 


402 


22 


451.62 


479.79 


497 


15 


616.20 


663. 


67 


723.08 


800.00 


848.96 


891 


Wicomico 


351 


12 


356 


71 


400.99 


433.95 


498 


83 


557.16 


584. 


66 


626.86 


693.01 


778.43 


840 


Worcester 


366 


48 


364 


75 


407.52 


422.25 


450 


87 


575.41 


608. 


27 


656.96 


753.36 


858.02 


952 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils, where applicable, are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs 



TABLE 

108 

per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Prek-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 



All Costs Including Transportation 



Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 



Cos t 



Rank 



Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 



Cos t 



Rank 



All Costs Excluding Transportation 



Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 



Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 



Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 






$949.01 


" 


881.70 


16 


827.02 


16 


Q 1 1 1 
7 i i , O i 


1 1 


853. 11 


11 


7 1 i . oV 


10 


857. 73 


10 




2 


1,004. 22 


2 


Q AO OA 


7 


902. 81 


8 


800.88 


21 


750.75 


21 




13 


851. 36 


13 


QA7 1 Q 


20 


755.63 


20 


7 DO *yy 


8 


907 . 57 


6 


966.68 


6 


906. 81 


7 


893.96 


15 


835.33 


15 


705.70 


24 


660.20 


24 


851.49 


17 


796.75 


17 


1,040.68 


3 


979.40 


3 


927.74 


9 


871.66 


9 


1,372.73 


1 


1,287.59 


1 


1,023.41 


4 


959.01 


4 


849.96 


18 


795.33 


18 


785.91 


22 


738.27 


22 


766.40 


23 


719. 28 


23 


972.92 


5 


911.89 


5 


902.95 


14 


845.04 


14 


821.86 


19 


766.75 


19 


910.04 


12 


852.69 


12 



Total State 

Al legany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Bal timore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George' s 
Queen Anne' s 
St. Mary' s 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worces ter 



$1,058.04 

944.87 
957.98 
943.72 
1,106.57 
1,081.07 

895.58 
984.09 
869.96 
1,047.11 
1,055.87 

948.57 
817.34 
908.65 
1,118.37 
1,027. 10 

1,411.97 
1,061. 37 
959. 16 
877.52 
865.52 

1,040. 16 
949.75 
896.06 

1,009.58 



16 
13 
17 
2 
4 

20 
11 
22 
7 
6 

15 
24 
18 
3 
9 

1 
5 
12 
21 
23 



14 
19 
10 



$995.00 

890. 19 
899.28 
889.56 
1,037.71 
1,023.85 

845.45 
926.39 
818.41 
995.68 
996.00 

889.93 
771.85 
853.91 
1,057.09 
971.02 

1,326.82 
996.96 
904.53 
829.87 
818.40 

979. 12 
891.84 
840.95 
952.23 



15 
13 
17 
3 
4 

19 
11 
22 
7 
6 

16 
24 
18 
2 
9 

1 
5 
12 
21 
23 



14 
20 
10 



"'JaintenLce^fllrt"'^/?^^^^ Instructior , ...vie.., neai.a services, ^upil Transportation, Operation of Plant, 

2j:[::rcap1tal Ouaat andtS^f^ic:?'^'"'^^ '^^^'^'^^ °' Handicapped Children, Student Body Activities, Co^unity 

/Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



TABLE 

109 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expense: By Function: Prek*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Inc luding 
Transpor ta tion 


Pupil 
Trans- 
por ta- 
tion 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Excluding 
Transportation 


tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 

Ser\'ic6s 


Heal th 

Services 


of Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of P 1 an t 


nuuix 11 ^ 3 L. 1, a 

tion 


Fixed 

Charges 


Total State 


$996.11 


$45.99 


$950.12 


$742.29 


$10.27 


$2.23 


$96.26 


$34.05 


$26.91 


$36.09 


Al 1 egany 


890.61 


63. 17 


827.44 


638.94 


5.07 


2.86 


87.57 


38.65 


14.52 


39.83 


Anne Arundel 


900.40 


46. 17 


854.23 


698.91 


11.92 




72.42 


23.13 


26.61 


21.24 


Baltimore City 


890.17 


31.83 


858.34 


655.05 


13.84 


1.41 


99.34 


23.24 


26.54 


38.92 


Bal timore 


1,037.77 


33.49 


1,004.28 


782.14 


6.92 


4. 13 


110.52 


46.95 


20. 18 


33.44 


Calvert 


1,024.62 


121.04 


903.58 


717.28 


10.66 


4.59 


78.18 


25. 15 


33.23 


34.49 


Caro 1 ine 


845.96 


94.70 


751.26 


606.71 


6.84 


3. 13 


65.79 


26.44 


19.76 


22.59 


Carroll 


926.45 


75.03 


851.42 


684.70 


6.20 


0.38 


77.55 


25.68 


28.47 


28.44 


Cecil 


818.51 


62.78 


755.73 


602.85 


6. 30 


0.78 


72.79 


25.67 


21.72 


25.62 


Charles 


995.78 


88. 11 


907.67 


697.82 


11.10 


0.42 


90.65 


40.83 


26.67 


40. 18 


Dorchester 


1,004.83 


89. 19 


915.64 


731.63 


5.05 


2.68 


63.95 


49.69 


33. 15 


29.49 


Frederick 


890.91 


54.61 


836. 30 


670. 25 


5. 15 


3.03 


71.86 


26.93 


28.17 


30.91 


Garrett 


772.39 


111.65 


660.74 


528.52 


2.58 


3.30 


46.45 


27.35 


20.92 


31.62 


Harford 


853.91 


57.16 


796.75 


642.18 


7.49 


2.65 


65.27 


36.33 


21.46 


21.37 


Howard 


1,057.09 


77.69 


979.40 


792.93 


6.75 


1.35 


100.16 


24.92 


23.56 


29.73 


Kent 


973.33 


99.36 


873.97 


696.00 


10.52 


2.37 


75.52 


39.74 


21.24 


28. 58 


Montgomery 


1,327.63 


39.23 


1,288.40 


978.12 


18.91 


0.21 


126.31 


49.25 


45.85 


69.75 


Prince George' s 


1,000.08 


37.95 


962.13 


757.72 


6.30 


3.93 


97.22 


34.31 


25.08 


37.57 


Queen Anne' s 


910.62 


109.20 


801.42 


647.90 


4.80 


2.19 


66.81 


30.90 


15.32 


33.50 


St. Mary' s 


829.96 


91.61 


738.35 


576.98 


10.09 


0.96 


71.41 


30.89 


23.86 


24. 16 


Somerset 


818.52 


99. 12 


719.40 


581.86 


6.19 


2.89 


60.18 


24.02 


22.34 


21.92 


Talbot 


979.57 


67.23 


912.34 


727.26 


9.33 


2.16 


82.90 


33.78 


24.38 


32.53 


Washing ton 


892.08 


46.80 


845.28 


670.09 


7.83 


4.79 


91.13 


26.73 


14.79 


29.92 


Wicomico 


845.18 


74.20 


770.98 


637.48 


3.99 


4.45 


63.02 


23.07 


15.19 


23.78 


Worcester 


952.34 


99.54 


852.80 


705.25 


3.07 


2.52 


75.61 


28.77 


17.02 


20.56 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-tine equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



Note: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

no 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek-'t-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1972-73 





1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


Local Unit 
































Total 


E lementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$30 


13 


$23 


60 


9 JO . H J 


^ 1 7 7 


C A Q A 

9 ZD , VO 


$37 


64 


$31 


71 


$28 


12 




All egany 


30 


60 


24 


21 


37.45 


17.23 


12.70 


22 


04 


33 


33 


24.65 


42.21 


Anne Arundel 


34.72 


30 


01 


40.75 


34.34 


37.38 




/ D 




A 7 
O / 


32.62 


37.08 


Baltimore City 


28.36 


23 


14 


36.09 


29.98 


24.57 


37 


65 


21 


42 


24 


16 


17.79 


Baltimore 


25 


77 


20 


02 


32.00 


28.70 


23.52 


34 


08 


27 


39 


23 


86 


30.91 


Calvert 


38 


84 


35 


53 


A Q no 


An OA 


'X'X OA 
J J . ZD 


49 


05 


54 


63 


29 


09 


oj . u i 


Carol ine 


29 


45 


18 


94 


45.54 


26.67 


16.24 


38 


58 


31 


50 


30 


76 


32.31 


Carroll 


35 


80 


28 


19 


45.15 


36.60 


30. 12 


44 


30 


A9 


1 1 


26 


07 


60.54 


Cecil 


23 


17 


15 


12 


33.08 


21.75 


17.06 


26 


48 


26 


14 


23 


55 


28.67 


Charles 


31 


97 


30 


84 


33.47 


46.97 


51.91 


40 


17 


51 


44 


50 


89 


52.20 


Dorchester 


30 


18 


24.93 




'X'i. AS 


ZO • JU 


41 


29 


37 


74 


32 


44 




Frederick 


28 


67 


26 


05 


31.64 


31.52 


29.89 


33 


44 


"3 1 
Ji 




29 


79 


33.06 


Garrett 


22 


47 


20.54 


24.64 


29.17 


27.97 


30 


70 


24 


01 


15 


80 


34.85 


Harford 


32 


07 


26.87 


39.06 


37.76 


33.95 


42 


76 


45 


33 


36 


21 


56.79 


Howard 


41 


73 


35.52 


49 . / z 


58. 07 


(si 7 O 


65 


99 


72 


55 


66 


64 


7 Q Q A 


Kent 


45 


94 


34.74 


60. 28 


46.33 


39.76 


53 


86 


43 


23 


45 


31 


41.09 


Montgomery 


33 


73 


25.39 


42.95 


37.60 


28.08 


47 


78 


39 


47 


31 


23 


48.13 


Prince George's 


30 


22 


20.22 


44.44 


27.45 


23.15 


33 


21 


27 


67 


24 


44 


31.69 


Queen Anne ' s 


25 


79 


18 


32 


34.80 


28.62 


22.00 


36 


40 


29 


82 


17 


54 


43.09 


St. Mary's 


25 


36 


23.23 


28.63 


34.02 


26.90 


44.80 


32 


95 


24.67 


44.80 


Somerset 


25 


43 


16 


17 


37.58 


23.66 


16.81 


32 


48 


28 


47 


23. 


23 


34.86 


Talbot 


45 


19 


41.73 


49.51 


34.73 


27.33 


43.45 


52 


84 


34. 25 


73.89 


Washington 


22 


15 


17 


43 


27.77 


24.99 


18.91 


32 


16 


26 


18 


20.67 


32.53 


Wicomico 


23 


02 


18 


31 


29.20 


28.46 


25.07 


32 


91 


29 


89 


25. 


98 


34.66 


Worces ter 


42 


85 


36 


84 


49.88 


38.00 


31.70 


45 


11 


44 


77 


42. 13 


47.68 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil cost. 



TABLE 

111 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1972-73 





1970-71 


19'l-^2 


1972-73 


Locdl Unit 






















Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 




$8.39 


$7.48 


$9.56 


$9.66 


$8.69 


$10.86 


$12. 26 


$10.99 


$13. 74 


Allegany 


8.05 


6.67 


9. 54 


8. 29 


7. 30 


9.35 


8. 38 


8. 16 


8.60 


Anne Arundel 


8. 56 


7.74 


9.61 


7.05 


8. 35 


5.51 


23.57 


22.21 


25. 18 


B3.1 timoire Ci ty 


10. 21 


11. 19 


8. 78 


14.65 


13. 29 


16.57 


7.09 


9.45 


3.97 


Bal tiLinoire 


8.75 


6.02 


11.70 


9.89 


7.84 


12.01 


10. 28 


8.39 


12.17 


Ca 1 ver t 


6.60 


5.64 


7.82 


7.42 


6. 14 


9.03 


8.72 


5.62 


12.41 


Caroline 


5. 22 


4. 12 


6.50 


5. 19 


3.90 


6.67 


8. 23 


8. 12 


8. 34 


Carroll 


8.03 


6.11 


10.38 


7.41 


5.81 


9.32 


6.46 


4. 19 


9.07 


Cecil 


6. 74 


5. 73 


7.98 


6.70 


5.97 


7.43 


7.89 


6.95 


8.81 


Kjlia LLCS 


8. 27 


8. 38 


8.13 


10.33 


11.06 


9.33 


11.85 


11.83 


11.89 


Dorches ter 


8.12 


6.53 


9.85 


5.35 


5.04 


5.70 


6.93 


4.56 


9.46 


Frederick 


7.75 


8.63 


6.76 


7.70 


7.79 


7.58 


7.08 


6.12 


8. 19 


Garrett 


3.63 


3.35 


3.95 


4.02 


3.23 


5.03 


4.03 


3.70 


4.78 


naL njm 


9. 79 


8.82 


11. 10 


11.06 


9.60 


12.99 


12.45 


10.82 


14.50 


nuwcti. u 


12. 23 


10. 22 


14.83 


17.08 


15.01 


19.69 


12. 13 


11.23 


13. 22 




9.87 


8.47 


11.65 


9.99 


9.07 


11.04 


10.69 


12.41 


8.92 


Montgomery 


7.30 


4.61 


10.27 


7.31 


5.09 


9.70 


26.80 


19.28 


34.70 


Prince George' s 


7.05 


6.33 


8.07 


8.08 


8.01 


8.17 


7.77 


8.06 


7.41 


Queen Anne' s 


5.27 


3.53 


7.37 


5.90 


3.72 


8.46 


6.45 


4.19 


8.88 


St. Mary's 


5.00 


4.87 


5.20 


8.51 


7.82 


9.55 


9.79 


7.98 


12.37 


Somerset 


15.07 


10.17 


21.48 


6.37 


4.90 


8.27 


6.37 


5.98 


6.85 


Talbot 


9.41 


8.31 


10.79 


6.84 


6.83 


6.84 


8.88 


8.02 


9.86 


Washington 


7.04 


6.60 


7.57 


6.85 


4.34 


9.82 


7.19 


5.24 


9.44 


Wicomico 


6.23 


5.34 


7.40 


7.42 


5.32 


10.11 


7.84 


6.05 


10.C3 


Worcester 


10.12 


7.93 


12.68 


6.17 


5.36 


7.08 


9.36 


5.52 


9 . 96 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil cost. 



TABLE 

112 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek"-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1972-73 



Local Unit 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


To tal 


E lemsn tary 


Secondary 


To ta I 


Elementary 


Secondary 


To ta 1 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$4.79 


$3.77 


$6.09 


$5.12 


$4.42 


$5.99 


$5. 10 


$4.57 


$5.73 


Al 1 egany 


3. 34 


2. 90 


3.82 


6 . 45 


5. 16 


7 . 83 


5.13 


4. 08 


6. 21 


Anne Arundel 


8. 11 


5. 93 


10 . 9 1 


7 . 26 


6. 73 


7 . 88 


8. 49 


7.72 


9 . 39 


Baltimore City 


3.01 


1 . 45 


5 . 32 


1 . 99 


1 . 31 


2.96 


1.57 


1.75 


1. 33 


Hal timore 


2.99 


2.63 


3. 37 


2.63 


2. 77 


2. 49 


2. 38 


1. 92 


2.83 


Calvert 


8.69 


7.53 


10. 18 


11.00 


11.89 


9.88 


15.83 


8.44 


24.62 


Caro 1 ine 


4. 27 


2. 29 


6.55 


6 . 08 


4. 36 


8.05 


5 . 60 


5.81 


5 . 37 


Carroll 


3. 55 


2.97 


4. 26 


5.74 


4. 22 


7 . 55 


4.43 


2.82 


6. 27 


Cecil 


3. 54 


1.32 


6 . 27 


4.91 


4.53 


5. 30 


5 . 86 


6.15 


5. 59 


Charles 


7 . 23 


7.33 


7 . 10 


10 . 33 


11.06 


9 . 33 


13.77 


13. 79 


13.75 


Dorchester 


3.02 


4.27 


1.64 


4.72 


4.81 


4.64 


5.13 


8. 29 


1.74 


Frederick 


4.71 


4. 40 


5 . 08 


4.52 


4. 25 


4.82 


5. 24 


5 . 65 


4. 78 


Garrett 


4. 36 


5.77 


2. 77 


6.23 


7 . 69 


4. 35 


4. 92 


4.53 


5. 41 


Harford 


3.91 


2.95 


5 . 19 


4. 86 


4. 54 


5. 27 


5. 29 


3.72 


7. 27 


Howard 


11.89 


9.37 


15. 14 


18.31 


15.20 


22.22 


23.47 


19.63 


28.17 


Kent 


5.26 


5.85 


4.50 


7.73 


5.72 


10.03 


5. 17 


4.71 


5.65 


Montgomery 


7.22 


6.61 


7.89 


7.97 


5.85 


10.23 


6.75 


5.88 


7.65 


Prince George's 


4.62 


3.84 


5.74 


4.97 


4.42 


5.72 


5.01 


4.43 


5.73 


Queen Anne ' s 


4.60 


2.32 


7.35 


4.94 


6.81 


2.74 


4.77 


4.59 


4.96 


St. Mary's 


3.65 


3.61 


3.70 


8.20 


9.45 


6.30 


4. 23 


3.98 


5.07 


Somerset 


3.68 


2.76 


4.88 


5.67 


4.94 


6.60 


6.20 


5.47 


7. 10 


Talbot 


6.00 


5.77 


6.28 


7.28 


3.42 


11.83 


6.94 


7. 14 


6.70 


Washington 


3. 27 


3. 23 


3.33 


3.94 


4.37 


3.43 


2.72 


3.07 


2.32 


Wicomico 


5.29 


3.91 


7. 10 


5.82 


5.83 


5.81 


6.42 


5.67 


7.34 


Worcester 


7.95 


5.72 


10.55 


6.07 


5.21 


7.04 


6. 13 


5.89 


6.39 



"•Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



TABLE 

113 

Foundatior. Frcera-: Fr-:--'.:: Varv'.and P'jbllc Schools: 1972-73 







-.:al Contribution Rate . 


"9r. 


Minicun: 






Local L'niL 










Guarantee 




To tai 




Foundation 


Local Base 


State Share 


state 


Excess 


128 (B) 


State 




Program 


(Thousands) 




7. 


Aoount 


(5-2) 


Share* 


Total State 




$25,425,259 


$135,325,105 


hU. zz 


$i / , /50 ,279 


COT "31') "711 
3 IL , ill, 1 Li 


^ L / 4, Jo8 , iU / 


Allegany 


6,543,296 


374, 774 


3,578,834 


54.69 


_ 


469,906 


4,048,740 


Anne Arundel 


27,727,871 


1,738,722 


13,974,579 


50.39 


- 


2,094,368 


16,068,947 


Balticaore City 


Aft ^"iO "kll 
Oo f DLL y / 


3,879,940 


37 , 831 ,954 


J J. Zl 




C 7AO A71 

3, ZhV , h / i 


'♦3,UOi , '♦Z3 


Bal tiiDore 




4, 316,484 


14,434,918 


7Q 7 1 
Z7 . / i 




1 Q A n ft A 

Z J 300 , Uo*» 


ly ,933,035 


Calvert 


•> T 1 7 "7 T e; 

LjDLiyllJ 


127,725 


1,307,470 


A 1 

30 . *♦! 




1 ftQ flu 

107 , o33 


1 A O 7 1 
1 ,H7 / , 303 


Caroline 


1,955,920 




1 r\ 1 1 Q 
1 , JUz, zJo 


66.57 


_ 


206,035 


1,508,273 


Carroll 


6,406,000 


413, 310 


1 lot T 1 D 

J, 1 JO , /io 


48.96 


- 


490,705 


3,627,423 




A £,97 S70 


252,911 




30 • / O 




1Q 1 A1 ft 


1 m ft ftA"? 

3 , U lO , OOZ 


unar les 


J , O J J , 7 7 J 


369 , 802 


2, 730, 859 


Aft 7ft 
**o . ZO 




All 777 
^JL J LI 1 


-3 1 A7 1 

3 , lOZ , 130 


Dorche s ter 


Z , tU 3 , U Z 


142,103 


1,281,027 


^ 1 7A 
33 . ZO 




1 7A Afl^ 


1 A *i 1 "il 7 
1 ,431, 3iZ 


Frederick 


7,880,059 


563, 791 


3,420,472 


43.40 




509,663 


3,930,135 


Garrett 


2,255,159 


114, 318 


1, 350, 904 


59.90 


- 


188,389 


1,539,793 


narroro 


11,0/0, 


676 , 275 


6, 327 ,613 


^ A 1 ft 

3h • Io 




OAQ QAA 


7 777 ^^^7 
/ , Z / / , 33 / 


Howard 


7 11 n A 7ft 
/ , jlU , OZo 


640,943 


2,240,769 


3U • 03 


77 7 A 7 7 
Z / Z , C Z Z 


AAA ^ 
****0 , *+03 


7 Q^Q ft^A 
Z , 73 7 , 030 


Kent 


1 /.on s 1 7 

1 , ^LV ,£31/ 


103,447 


602,551 


HZ . 




ftA f\fl 1 
oO , U03 


AAA A'^A 
OOo , 03** 


Montgomery 


46,888,158 


5,497,957 


3,399,318 


7.24 


13,881,400 


1,715,239 


18,996,007 


Prince George's 


58,084,025 


4,487,780 


22,585,685 


38.88 




3,421,501 


26,007,186 


Queen Aime' s 


1,760,536 


117,287 


332,796 


47.30 




112,773 


945,569 


St. Mary's 


4,109,738 


179,353 


2,691,056 


65.47 




448,467 


3,139,523 


Somerset 


1,750,806 


70,624 


1,192,170 


68.09 




169,721 


1,361,891 


Talbot 


1,826,790 


183,996 


371,382 


20.32 


247,636 


80,471 


699,489 


Washington 


8,982,115 


540,177 


4,709,315 


52.42 




617,658 


5,326,973 


Wiconico 


5,343,354 


324,213 


- ) - J - _ " 


52. OC 




3-3, :-2 


3,151,901 


Worcester 


i,-*09,651 


226,681 




25. 5S 






945,937 



*Excluded are funds for tuition (5655,354), density aid (59,001,150) and provision 126 (c) (5410,752). The total State share of current 
expenses (program .01) is (5134,455,363) which also includes the minimum guarantee and section 123 (B) (5-2). 



Note: Article 77, Section 123 of The Public School Laws of Maryland provides S299 per pupil to support a basic ziininum salar>- schedule of 
55,100 - 37,400 and a staffing ratio of 45 certificated staff per 1,000 pupils, S'l for other current expense, and 530 for increased 
enrollment. Effective 1965, support for transportation costs is provided under a separate program. Effective July 1, 1970, an 
amount of $22 per pupil equalized according to the ratio of State to local wealth is added as Section 12S(b) (5-2). 



State Aid Unit 3/74 



TABLE 

114 

Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratios: Prek-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Pupils 
9/30/72 


Staffing Ratio 


Wealth 
per 
Pupil 


State Share 
of Foundation 
Program 


State Share 
of Current 
Expenses* 


School 


Level 


Central 


Office 


Number 


Ratio 


Number 


Ratio 


Local 


890 ,046. 4 


46,536.5 


50.5 


1,893.2 


2. 1 


$28,566 


$183 


$207 


Al legany 


16,740.5 


855. 5 


49. 5 


36.9 


2.2 


22,387 


220 


248 


Anne Arundel 


74,637.8 


3,767. 5 


48.9 


139.0 


1.8 


23,295 


187 


215 


Baltimore City 


180,023,0 


8,478.0 


45.4 


525.0 


2.8 


21,553 


260 


289 


Bal timore 


128,008. 8 


7,214.6 


54. 7 


204.0 


1.5 


33, 720 


137/ 


156 


Calvert 


6,078.5 


306.5 


48,7 


24.9 


4.0 


21,013 


215 


246 


Caroline 


5,191.5 


264.0 


49.4 


9.9 


1.8 


15,918 


256 


295 


Carroll 


17,327.5 


927.6 


51,7 


36. 1 


2.0 


23,918 


183 


211 


Cecil 


12,478.0 


600. 5 


48, 1 


23. 1 


1.9 


20, 269 


211 


242 


Charles 


15,065. 5 


741.5 


47, 3 


48.0 


3. 1 


24, 546 


181 


210 


Dorchester 


6, 208. 5 


328.5 


51,6 


20.0 


3. 1 


22,888 


208 


235 


Frederick. 


20,840.0 


1,045. 7 


48, 7 


52. 1 


2.4 


27,053 


164 


189 


Garrett 


5,794.0 


283. 


48. 9 


10.0 


1. 7 


19,730 


269 


302 


Harford 


31, 285. 5 


1,561. 1 


48. 2 


62. 3 


1.9 


21,616 


202 


233 


Howard 


19 , 686 . 


1,085. 5 


53. 1 


40.0 


2.0 


32 , 558 


128/ 


150 


Kent 


3, 764. 


213.0 


54.9 


10.4 


2.7 


27 ,483 


179 


202 


Montgomery 


122,207.5 


6,886.5 


54.3 


258.5 


2.0 


44,989 


142/ 


156 


Prince George' s 


156,304. 3 


8,303.0 


51,2 


238.5 


1.5 


28,712 


145 


167 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,588.0 


243.5 


51.6 


9.8 


2.1 


25,564 


183 


208 


St. Mary's 


11,313.5 


554.2 


47.0 


26.5 


2.2 


15,853 


255 


294 


Somerset 


4,367.5 


219.0 


48.6 


11.0 


2.4 


16,170 


273 


312 


Talbot 


4,853.5 


287.0 


57.5 


10.5 


2.1 


37,910 


128/ 


144 


Washington 


23,032.0 


1,247.6 


52.0 


60,3 


2.5 


23,453 


205 


232 


Wicomico 


13,874.0 


759.0 


52.8 


23.6 


1.6 


23,368 


221 


248 


Worcester 


6,377.0 


364.2 


55.3 


12.8 


1.9 


35,547 


135/ 


153 



*State share of current expenses (Program .01) includes State share of Foundation Program, minimum guarantee excess amount. 

Density Aid, provision 128(c), tuition bylaw, and Section 128(b) (5-2). 
/Adjusted for minimum guarantee as provided by Article 77, Section 128(b) (6) of The Public School Laws of Maryland . 



TABLE 

115 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek-12*: Maryland Public 'School':: 1962-63 - 1972-7? 



Local Unit 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966 


-67 


1967 


-68 


1968 


-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972 73 




$6 , 239 


$6,416 


$6 , 764 


$7,073 


$7,564 


$8,253 


$8,945 




$10,432 


SIO 881 


$11, 390 


























/S9 979 








Allegany 


5,757 


6 


372 


6,629 


6,676 


6 


927 


7 ^ 


915 


8. 


799 


9,123 


9,646 


10,064 


10,299 


Anne Arundel 


5,593 


5, 


777 


5,877 


6,455 


7, 


000 


7, 


368 


8. 


100 


9,247 


10,283 


11,101 


11,477 




6 , 390 


6, 


409 


6 , 743 


6,917 


7, 


760 


8, 


297 


9, 


061 


r 


9,982 


9,968 


10,091 


Bait imo r e 


6 , 09A 


6 


545 


6, 788 


7 ,098 


7 


664 


8 


434 


8. 


984 


9,784 


10, 677 


11,115 


11,984 


Cs 1 ver t 


5 , 64A 


5 


795 


6 , 349 


6,451 


6 


791 


6 


886 


8. 


248 


8,554 


9,934 


9 , 524 


10, 514 


Caroline 


5,425 


> 


555 


6,284 


6,252 


° > 


518 


7 


155 


7, 


853 


7,596 


8,240 


8,853 


9,292 


Carroll 


5,897 


5, 


976 


6,513 


6,488 


6, 


782 


7, 


597 


7, 


571 


8,304 


9,343 


9,908 


9,603 


r « r T 1 


6,031 


6, 


279 


6, 714 


6,583 


7, 


419 


7. 


887 


8,069 


9, 159 


9,543 


9,503 


10, 288 


char Le s 


5,772 


» 


795 


6 , 640 


6,734 


A 

O » 


702 


7 


963 


8, 


168 


8,641 


9, 118 


9,816 


10,5ll 




5,615 




734 


6 , 405 


6 , 362 


6 


584 


7 


750 


8, 


198 


8,564 


8, 768 


9,724 


10, 230 


Frederick 


5,812 


6, 


193 


7,141 


7,222 


7, 


421 


7, 


286 


7, 


826 


9,106 


9,542 


10,632 


11,171 


Garrett 


5,574 


5. 


644 


6,570 


6,490 


6, 


645 


6, 


938 


7, 


749 


8,120 


8,165 


8,693 


8,900 


Harf r>T-H 

fiai^ i. o L u 


5,945 


6, 


234 


6 , 475 


6 ,616 


6, 


682 


7, 


627 


8, 


275 


8,633 


9,078 


10,084 


10,631 




5, 933 


6, 


167 


6,478 


6,915 


7, 


262 


7, 


939 


8, 


884 


9, 278 


10,576 


10,763 


10,898 


Kent 


5,651 


5, 


736 


6,467 


6 , 359 


6. 


562 


6, 


683 


7, 


104 


7,780 


8, 391 


8,493 


9,965 


Montgomery 


7,460 


7, 


462 


7,691 


8,315 


8, 


652 


9, 


484 


10, 


463 


11,564 


12,005 


12,991 


13,872 


Prince George' s 


6,120 


6, 


307 


6,640 


7,142 


7, 


555 


8, 


326 


8, 


925 


10,870 


10,908 


11,537 


12,021 


Queen Anne ' s 


5,602 


5, 


896 


6,486 


6,563 


6, 


742 


6, 


888 


7. 


106 


8,054 


8,493 


8,774 


9,463 


St. Mary's 


5,090 


5, 


237 


5,794 


5,634 


6. 


196 


6, 


739 


7, 


757 


7,924 


8,513 


9,105 


9,258 


Somerset 


5,331 


5. 


483 


6,343 


6,354 


6, 


602 


7, 


468 


7, 


984 


8,009 


7,808 


8,300 


8,329 


Talbot 


5,479 


5, 


890 


6,448 


6,270 


6. 


722 


7, 


733 


7, 


810 


8,663 


9,029 


9,514 


9,628 


Washington 


6,075 


6. 


314 


7,112 


7,207 


7. 


137 


8, 


457 


8, 


903 


9,489 


10,556 


10,296 


10,565 


Wicomico 


5,646 


5, 


578 


6,152 


6,432 


6, 


727 


7, 


535 


8, 


322 


8,441 


8,522 


9,422 


9,790 


Worcester 


5,295 


5, 


357 


6,233 


6,281 


6, 


910 


7, 


170 


7, 


315 


8,267 


8,940 


9,121 


9,547 



*Prior to 1967-68, salaries of kindergarten and prekindergar ten teacher; were not used to compute these averages. 
/County average only. 
j^Raw data not available. 



TABLE 

116 

Average Salary* per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total State 


$11 


390 


$18 


494 


$11 


014 


$10 


819 


$18 


249 


$10 


,367 


$11 


,742 


$19 


020 


$11 


429 


Al legany 


10 


299 


15 


095 


10 


043 


10 


025 


14 


574 


9 


720 


10 


,451 


15 


818 


10 


321 


Anne Arundel 


11 


477 


18 


453 


11 


180 


11 


504 


18 


946 


11 


070 


9 


,052 


17 


767 


8 


870 


Baltimore City 


10 


091 


14 


443 


9 


857 


8 


912 


14 


236 


8 


585 


11 


,659 


14 


817 


11 


519 


Bal timore 


11 


984 


20 


977 


11 


506 


11 


583 


20 


920 


10 


916 


12 


,347 


21 


074 


12 


023 


Calvert 


10 


514 


14 


609 


10 


132 


10 


758 


13 


341 


10 


402 


10 


,303 


17 


063 


9 


915 


Caro 1 ine 


9 


292 


14 


039 


9 


036 


9 


204 


14 


418 


8 


958 


9 


,376 


13 


755 


9 


110 


Carroll 


9 


603 


17 


326 


9 


256 


9 


340 


14 


163 


9 


114 


9 


,884 


20 


961 


9 


407 


Cecil 


10 


288 


16 


312 


9 


930 


9 


380 


15 


702 


9 


023 


11 


, 176 


16 


855 


10 


821 


Charles 


10 


511 


17 


607 


10 


147 


10 


325 


17 


667 


10 


041 


10 


,793 


17 


557 


10 


313 


Dorchester 


10 


230 


14 


422 


9 


984 


10 


307 


14 


310 


10 


092 


10 


, 169 


14 


508 


9 


894 


Fr ede r i ck 


u 


171 


19 


421 


10 


713 


10 


951 


17 


124 


10 


405 


11 


,564 


24 


724 


11 


082 


Garrett 


8 


900 


13 


359 


8 


7 30 


8 


545 


12 


797 


8 


361 


9 


, 333 


14 


271 


9 


175 


Harford 


10 


631 


17 


608 


10 


260 


10 


633 


16 


452 


10 


276 


10 


,628 


19 


597 


10 


242 


Howard 


10 


898 


18 


440 


10 


512 


9 


910 


20 


160 


9 


481 


11 


,118 


17 


345 


10 


747 


Kent 


9 


965 


16 


719 


9 


595 


9 


944 


15 


801 


9 


588 


9 


,991 


18 


096 


9 


603 


Montgomery 


13 


872 


22 


848 


13 


402 


13 


314 


22 


963 


12 


741 


14 


,377 


22 


715 


13 


992 


Prince George's 


12 


021 


21 


395 


11 


550 


11 


758 


21 


353 


11 


243 


12 


,333 


21 


450 


11 


910 


Queen Anne' s 


9 


463 


16 


115 


9 


094 


7 


642 


15 


929 


7 


140 


11 


,258 


16 


332 


11 


001 


St. Mary' s 


9 


258 


15 


006 


8 


904 


9 


014 


15 


455 


8 


602 


9 


,484 


14 


557 


9 


184 


Somerset 


8 


329 


11 


779 


7 


973 


8 


269 


10 


691 


7 


910 


8 


,524 


13 


881 


8 


168 


Talbot 


9 


628 


15 


783 


9 


421 


9 


386 


14 


473 


9 


189 


9 


,833 


17 


238 


9 


617 


Washington 


10 


565 


16 


268 


10 


225 


10 


135 


15 


376 


9 


791 


10 


,976 


17 


300 


10, 


636 


Wicomico 


9 


790 


14 


690 


9 


466 


9 


794 


14 


080 


9 


441 


9 


,785 


15 


816 


9 


50 3 


Worcester 


9 


547 


15 


650 


9 


259 


9 


603 


19 


093 


9 


278 


9 


,487 


13 


539 


9 


238 



*Excludes aides. 



/Includes principals and vice principals according to time spent in teaching and administrative responsibilities. 



TABLE 

117 



Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: 
Number and Percent Transported: State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Amount 


Cost per 
Pupil 


Number 
1 ranspor ted 


Percent 


Total State 


$40,706, 


820 


$ 79 


03 


515,099 


55.9 


Total Counties 


34,990, 


232 


77 


07 


453,999 


61.8 


n.1. i.cgciity 


L,UD L, 




9 1 


90 


11,532 


66 . 8 


Anne Arundel 






D / 


J7 


50,930 


66. 1 


Baltimore City 


5,716, 


588 


Q 


JO 


61,100 


32.7 


Bal timore 


4,248, 


921 


58 


86 


72,190 


54.7 


Calvert 


724, 


874 


117 


01 


6,195 


98.5 


C£iro 1 ln6 


482, 


192 






4,586 


85 . 8 


Carroll 


1,298, 


972 


ou 




16,146 


90.0 


Cecil 


775, 


000 


77 




10,062 


80.6 


Charles 


1,318, 


625 


91 


89 


14,350 


91.6 


Dorchester 


547, 


728 


116 


74 


4,692 


73.6 




1,127, 


309 


72 


96 


15 , 450 


71.9 


Garrett 


634, 


108 


119 


08 


5,325 


91.9 


Harford 


1,789, 


937 


72 


16 


24,806 


76.5 


Howard 


1,542,629 


101 


46 


15,205 


74.4 


Kent 


368, 


605 


112 


86 


3,266 


84.2 


Montgomery 


4,793, 


861 


84 


88 


56,476 


44.5 


Prince George' s 


5,875, 


553 


69 


26 


84,829 


52.4 


Queen Anne' s 


495, 


446 


114 


03 


4,345 


92. 1 


St. Mary's 


1,025, 


681 


89 


84 


11,417 


96.8 


Somerset 


424, 


785 


128 


26 


3,312 


74.5 


Talbot 


324, 


597 


91 


15 


3,561 


71,3 


Washington 


1,072, 


414 


56 


10 


19,116 


79.6 


Wicomico 


1,010, 


105 


92.01 


10,978 


76.3 


Worces ter 


625, 


120 


119 


53 


5,230 


79.4 



NOTE: Enrollment figures used are those as of September 30, 1972. 



Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: 

State of Maryland: 1972-73 



Number of Vehicles Used: 



TABLE 

118 



Local Unit 


Total 
Number 

o f Schoo 1 s 


Number of Schools 
Was 


to Which Transportation 
Provided 


Number of Vehicles 


Buses Owned By 


Private Cars 
and Station 
Wagons 


To tal 


Elementary 
Only 


Secondary 
Only 


Combined 
Elementary 

and 
Secondary 


Local Un i t 


Contrac tors 


Total State 


1,333 


1 , 256 


875 


307 


74 


2, 355 


2,675 


163 


All egany 


jD 


34 


24 


7 


3 


25 


163 


12 


Anne Arundel 


97 


90 


71 


19 




26 


396 


18 


Baltimore City 


211 


201 


144 


50 


7 


103 


6 


68 


Bal timore 


158 


152 


105 


41 


6 


618 


134 


13 


Calvert 


12 


11 


8 


1 


2 




90 


3 


Caro 1 ine 


1 A 


10 


6 


4 






71 


- 


Carroll 


28 


28 


16 


5 


7 


(, 


171 


2 


Cecil 


25 


24 


16 


5 


3 


6 


118 


- 


Charles 


26 


25 


17 


7 


1 


4 


164 


1 


Dorchester 


22 


22 


17 


5 




2 


78 




Frederick 




33 


23 


7 


3 


125 


71 


14 


Garrett 


17 


17 


13 


2 


2 


4 


104 


5 


Harford 


38 


37 


26 


6 


5 


44 


240 


6 


Howard 


35 


34 


21 


5 


8 




211 


1 


Kent 


8 


8 


4 


1 


3 


4 


48 


3 


Montgomery 


197 


180 


126 


51 


3 


545 






Prince George's* 


235 


208 


146 


62 




7 30 


6 




Queen Anne' s 


11 


11 


7 


2 


2 


10 


61 


5 


St. Mary's 


23 


22 


16 


5 


1 


8 


112 


6 


Somerset 


16 


16 


9 


3 


4 




58 


2 


Talbot 


13 


12 


8 


3 


1 


1 


46 


2 


Washington 


43 


43 


29 


6 


8 


94 


92 


2 


Wicomico 


24 


24 


16 


6 


2 




151 




Worcester 


14 


14 


7 


4 


3 




84 





*Information prior to reorganization to comply with desegregation order. 



TABLE 

119 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


Expenditures for Capital Outlay 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Administrat ion 
Bui Idings 


Total State 


$157,575,002 


$63,564,045 


$92 ,948,546 


$1,062,411 


All ^n^n^r 
i\ 1 Legally 


1 481 072 


1,224,646 


166,563 


89,863 


Anne Arundel 


37i64lio07 


5 ,034,989 


32 ,260,010 


346,008 


Baltimore City 


29,048,965 


18,587,502 


10,412,347 


49,116 


Baltimore 


13,495,151 


7,181,771 


6,206,426 


106,954 


Calvert 


1,886,176 


75 ,728 


1,805,821 


4,627 


LrO. LiJ JL 


377 599 


327,520 


50,079 


- 


Carroll 


1,470*206 


162,721 


1,293,729 


13,756 


Cecil 


1,299,666 


598,863 


693,607 


7,196 


Charles 


3,134,281 


2,314,632 


818,873 


776 


Dorchester 


771,441 


403 ,881 


365 ,853 


1,707 


Frederick 




2 ,670,000 


3,544,695 


50,119 


Garrett 


185,262 


119,296 


59,000 


6,966 


Harford 


7,013,960 


2,813,940 


4,197,173 


2,847 


Howard 


8,405,669 








Kent 


1,530,134 


881,243 


645,874 


3,017 


Montgomery 


15,033,156 


7,581,913 


7,194,441 


256,802 


Prince George's 


12,380,694 


4,419,489 


7,863,983 


97,222 


Queen Anne's 


106,780 


35,130 


68,575 


3,075 


St. Mary's 


1,950,572 


1,931,372 


19,200 




Somerset 


698,848 


592,823 


105,775 


250 


Talbot 


665,021 


21,545 


640,927 


2,549 


Washington 


5,400,601 


617,350 


4,783,251 




Wicomico 


7,230,425 


403,936 


6,825,883 


606 


Worcester 


103,502 


46,599 


43,460 


13,443 



TABLE 

120 

Value* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1972-73 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 
Value 


Average 
per Pupil 


Total 
Value 


Average 
per Pupil 


Total 
Value 


Average 
per pupil 


Total State 


$1,981 


457 


943 


$2, 


238 


58 


$908 


948 


681 


$1, 


904 


23 


$1,072 


509 


,262 


$2, 


629 


92 


Al legany 


40 


327 


000 


2, 


422 


10 


13 


447 


400 


1, 


597 


40 


26 


879 


,600 


3, 


408 


31 


Anne Arundel 


159 


182 


381 


2, 


141 


25 


83 


277 


081 


2, 


072 


33 


75 


905 


, 300 


2, 


222 


34 


Baltimore City 


247 


149 


724 


1, 


376 


23 


128 


120, 


450 


1, 


352 


74 


119 


029 


,274 


1, 


539 


36 


Bal timore 


378 


224 


181 


2, 


981 


19 


171 


239, 


867 


2, 


889 


37 


206 


984 


.314 


3, 


258 


36 


Calvert 


16 


856 


499 


2, 


814 


62 


6 


559 


346 


2, 


015 


78 


10 


297 


,153 


3, 


765 


09 


Caroline 


14 


875 


942 


2, 


921 


61 


6 


353 


848 


2, 


376 


34 


8 


522 


,094 


3, 


254 


58 


Carroll 


41 


919 


721 


2, 


421 


45 


15 


974, 


911 


li 


725 


97 


25 


944 


, 810 


3i 


220 


48 


Cecil 


33 


Oil 


000 


2, 


673 


99 


11 


690, 


000 


1, 


918 


44 


21 


321 


,000 


3, 


410 


43 


Charles 


53 


797 


296 


3, 


594 


68 


24 


031, 


618 


2, 


762 


92 


29 


765 


,678 


4, 


748 


91 


Dorchester 


9 


220 


900 


1, 


501 


41 


3 


031, 


900 




955 


32 


6 


189 


,000 


2, 


085 


38 


Frederick 


44 


535 


125 


2, 


157 


33 


18 


267, 


328 


1 , 


652 


16 


26 


267 


,797 


2, 


739 


94 


Garrett 


11 


024 


600 


1, 


941 


09 


5 


318, 


900 


1, 


644 


99 


5 


705 


,700 


2, 


332 


47 


Harford 


87 


134 


400 


2, 


782 


35 


39 


825, 


943 


2, 


282 


89 


47 


308 


457 


3, 


410 


50 


Howard 


54 


441 


500 


2, 


741 


86 


20 


227, 


150 


1, 


850 


15 


34 


214 


,350 


3, 


834 


40 


Kent 


13 


882 


781 


3, 


742 


29 


5 


938, 


281 


3, 


148 


95 


7 


944 


500 


A, 


355 


78 


Montgomery 


238 


726 


325 


1, 


953 


70 


101 


301, 


557 


1, 


618 


25 


137 


424 


768 


2, 


306 


07 


Prince George' s 


386 


589 


600 


2, 


497 


37 


190 


273, 


800 


2, 


214 


73 


196 


315 


800 


2, 


849 


86 


Queen Anne' s 


11 


951 


700 


2, 


634 


16 




472, 


512 


1, 


897 


87 


7 


479 


188 


3, 


429 


88 


St, Mary's 


23 


024 


543 


2, 


056 


37 


11 


021, 


443 


1. 


672 


35 


12 


003 


100 


2, 


605. 


80 


Somerset 


7 


419 


626 


1, 


731 


33 


3 


781, 


888 


1. 


606 


37 


3 


637 


738 


1, 


883 


67 


Talbot 


17 


403 


000 


3, 


604 


67 


5 


681, 


000 


2, 


215 


33 


11 


722 


000 


5, 


178 


70 


Washington 


42 


703 


741 


1, 


863 


56 


19 


398, 


280 


1, 


582 


41 


23 


305 


461 


2, 


186. 


99 


Wicomico 


29 


814 


578 


2, 


190 


20 


12 


172, 


418 


1, 


626 


57 


17 


642 


160 


2, 


878. 


38 


Worcester 


18 


241 


780 


2, 


904 


74 


7 


541, 


760 


2, 


286 


56 


10 


700 


020 


3, 


588. 


56 



•'Value based on 100 percent of the insured valuation for each school building and the equipment thereof. Value of sites has been 
excluded. 



TABLE 

121 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1973 



Locdl Unit 


School 


Bonded Indebtedness as of June 30, 1973 


1972 Assessed 
Valuation 
Taxable at 
Full Rate for 


Assessed 
Valuation 
per Dollar 
of School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 


Percent 
School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 
is of Assess- 
ed Valuation 


Total 


County 
Bonds 


State 
Loan 


County 
Purposes 


Total State 


$922,159, 


794 


$765,459,218 


$156,700,576 


$19,810,228,411 


$ 21 


4. 


7 


Al legany 




, OUV, 


315 



i. 


, y zu , uuu 


1,889,315 




D 7 


1. 


5 


Anne Arundel 


7Q 


1 Aft 


311 


DH 


, U'+U , vUU 


25,108,311 


1,303,002,031 


16 


6. 


1 


Baltimore City 


i. -J J 


AAA 


901 




, i'l , uuu 


18,044,901 


3,053,592,278 


13 


7. 


7 


Bal timore 


139 


,972, 


536 


101 


,417,000 


38,555,536 


3,190,384,930 


23 


4. 


4 


Calvert 


4 


,226, 


996 


3 


,633,000 


593,996 


110,631,810 


26 


3. 


8 


Carol ine 


J 


, Jtjy , 


541 


3 


,060,000 


309,541 




1 Q 


5. 


3 


Carroll 


1 1 
i i 


,9BD, 


555 


8 


,150,000 


3,835,555 


361,159,772 


30 


3. 


3 


Cecil 


8 


,299, 


339 


7 


,760,000 


539,339 


207,803,700 


25 


4. 





Charles 


16 


,057, 


454 


12 


,210,000 


3,847,454 


375,689,020 


23 


4. 


3 


Dorchester 


2 


,950, 


Ann 


2 


,870,000 


80,000 


127,057,212 


43 




I • 


J 


Frederick 


25 


,117, 


478 


20 


,895,000 


4,222,478 




19 


5. 


2 


Garrett 




825, 


900 




175,000 


650,900 


113,941,207 


138 


0. 


7 


Harford 


30 


,961, 


552 


26 


,250,000 


4,711,552 


546,201,552 


18 


5. 


7 


Howard 


23 


,000, 


240 


19 


,875,000 


3,125,240 


600,168,897 


26 


3. 


8 


Kent 


3 


,490, 


856 


2 


,560,000 


930,856 


83,260,360 


24 


4. 


2 


Montgomery 


112 


,063, 


993 


103 


,942,128 


8,121,865 


4,099,343,565 


37 


2. 


7 


Prince George' s 


170 


,558, 


912 


134 


,486,000 


36,072,912 


3,260,758,300 


19 


5. 


2 


Queen Anne ' s 


3 


,093, 


804 


2 


,635,000 


458,804 


99,449,356 


32 


3. 


1 


St. Mary's 


3 


,757, 


094 


1 


,100,000 


2,657,094 


157,211,090 


42 


2. 


4 


Somerset 


1 


,850, 


978 


1,735,000 


115,978 


61,621,027 


33 


3. 





Talbot 


4 


,852, 


341 


4 


,125,000 


727,341 


155,279,270 


32 


3. 


1 


Washington 


18 


,990, 


426 


18 


,065,000 


925,426 


469,076,002 


25 


4. 





Wicomico 


11 


,775, 


541 


11 


,707,090 


68,451 


288,653,994 


25 


4. 


1 


Worcester 


5 


,332, 


731 


4 


,225,000 


1,107,731 


266,969,219 


50 


2. 






Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments 
per Pupil Belonging: Prek-12: June 30, 1973 



TABLE 

122 



Local Unit 


School 
Bonded 
Indebtedness 


Interest 
Payments 


Total State 


$1,035. 


34 


$46 .04 


Al legany 




282. 


88 


10.99 


Anne Arundel 


1 


,083. 


85 


47.72 


Rill timnTp ^ t"v 


i 


,281. 


61 


49.87 


Bait irnor e 


1 

L 


,077. 


57 


48. 31 


Calvert 




714. 


26 


41. 96 


Caroline 




651. 


75 


30.64 


Carroll 




720. 


07 


31.89 


Cecil 




670. 


49 


28.63 


Char le s 


1 


,134. 


52 


54.95 


Dorchester 




469. 


15 


15.99 


Frederick 


1 


, 235. 


55 


54. 33 


Garrett 




144. 


72 


6. 18 


Harford 


1 


,015.93 


44.15 


Howard 


1 


,253.04 


64.42 


Kent 




916. 


72 


41.74 


Montgomery 




918. 


21 


46.95 


Prince George's 


1 


,086. 


91 


50.89 


Queen Anne ' s 




668. 


14 


24.39 


St. Mary's 




330. 


66 


14.58 


Somerset 




411. 


69 


21.45 


Talbot 




995. 


05 


44. 11 


Washington 




824. 


81 


32.99 


Wicomico 




847. 


47 


38.42 


Worces ter 




833. 


95 


45.60 



*Includes general school construction loan. 



TABLE 

123 



Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: 
State of Maryland: 1928-29 - 1972-73 



Local Unit 


1928-29 


1938-39 


1966-b7 


1967-66 


1966-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1-^:^-73 


Total State 


$2, 139,486 


$2,256,619 


$12,992,779 


$14,037,875 


$14,966,569 


$15,894,206 


$17,135,058 


$19,904,730 


$19,810,228 


Allegany 


80,715 


83, 160 


238,201 


261,552 


276,803 


286,656 


302,826 


330,150 


331,185 


Anne Arundel 


47,544 


55,750 


763,953 


844,717 


927,098 


1,015,679 


1,084,423 


1,316,798 


1,303,002 


Baltimore City 


1,255,978 


1,231,046 


2,902,591 


2,965, 398 


3,017,434 


3,017,790 


3,054,249 


3,073,132 


3,053,592 


Bal timore 


157,654 


199,908 


2,283,996 


2,452,434 


2,534,266 


2,618,398 


2,778,965 


3,195,554 


3,190,385 


Calvert 


5,305 


6, 181 


51,730 


59, 149 


66, 138 


76,120 


86,721 


111,545 


110,632 


Caroline 


15,283 


14,813 


47,015 


49,217 


53,330 


54,775 


57,533 


62,882 


63,241 


Carroll 


39,875 


38,633 


210, 192 


231,302 


254,832 


275,529 


291, 179 


362,950 


361, 16C 


Cecil 


30,408 


40,402 


140,365 


147,326 


158,242 


166,685 


176,283 


207,604 


207,30i 


Charles 


9,938 


10,145 


121,088 


142,337 


163,743 


178,975 


204,381 


376,822 


375,68S 


Dorchester 


21,918 


26,403 


85,242 


89,370 


96,007 


99,666 


103,557 


124,373 


127,057 


Frederick 


65,234 


66,548 


318,725 


340,955 


358, 183 


381,960 


417,455 


488,954 


484, 54? 


Garrett 


21,653 


19,661 


58,586 


76,154 


81,143 


81,460 


87,068 


108,796 


113,941 


Harford 


39,763 


53,192 


329,671 


356,604 


393,215 


428,869 


459,937 


551,256 


546,20; 


Howard 


18,063 


18,386 


226,974 


249,317 


285,885 


334,009 


397,324 


600,805 


600,16'; 


Kent 


16,162 


17,062 


63,879 


67,668 


73,105 


74,904 


77,240 


83,374 


83,26C 


Montgomery 


77,889 


109,635 


2,328,434 


2,578,683 


2,822,085 


3,115,579 


3,459,550 


4,114,621 


4,099, 34^ 


Prince George' s 


59,312 


77,260 


1,892,621 


2, 116,012 


2,312,562 


2,514,033 


2,826,381 


3,293,472 


3,260,75f 


Queen Anne' s 


16,692 


16,778 


67,207 


71,079 


80,453 


84,050 


88,449 


99,403 


99, 44^ 


St. Mary's 


8,289 


9,084 


80,030 


87,116 


96,437 


110,211 


123,804 


161,346 


157,211 


Somerset 


12,392 


11,920 


40,398 


48,090 


50,358 


52,135 


55,543 


63,080 


61,621 


Talbot 


20,478 


21,682 


90,963 


100,494 


115,173 


124,854 


136,392 


156,318 


155,27? 


Washington 


72,908 


76,348 


323,989 


350,883 


376,147 


394,523 


420,878 


463,047 


469, 07f 


Wicomico 


25,092 


31,538 


199,273 


213,169 


225,603 


239,366 


254,163 


288,864 


288, 65^ 


Worcester 


20,941 


21,084 


127,656 


138,849 


148,327 


167,980 


190,757 


269,584 


266, 96? 



TABLE 

124 

1972-73 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County and State Purposes: State of Maryland 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at 
Full Rate 


County Commissioners 


State 
Tax 
Commission 


Total 


Real Estate 


Personal 
Property 


Local bcace 


$19 


810, 


228 


411 


$15 


874 


231 


831 


$15 


,735 


162 


140 


$139 


069 


691 


$3,935 


996