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STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Departmento(Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1 975 



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STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Department of Education 



A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1975 

showing condition of the 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 
Pres ident 

William G. Sykes 
Vice President 

G. George Asaki 

Mary Elizabeth Ellis 

William M. Goldsborough 

Joanne T. Goldsmith 

Albertine Thomas Lancaster 

Lawrence A. Miller 

Charles E. Thompson 



Bethesda 

Baltimore 
Pasadena 
Salisbury 
Oakland 

District Heights 
California 
Baltimore 
Bal timore 



Year Term Expires 

1979 

1981 
1982 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1980 



Secretary-Treasurer of the Board and State Superintendent of Schools 
David W. Hornbeck 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 
Joseph L. Shilling 

NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1975. 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 MARY^ND 



ALLEGANY 



WASHINGTON 



CARROLL 



FREDERICK 



BALTIMORE 




Maryland State Department of Education 
P.O. Box 8717. BWl airport 
Baltimore, Maryland 21210 



THE HONORABLE MARVIN MANDEL 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Mandel: 



I have the honor of submitting to you the 109th Annual Report 
covering all operations of the State Department of Education for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975. 

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. 




lly submitted, 



Hornbeck 
Secretary-Treasurer 
State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Background Data UM I 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 1 

Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1974-75.... 2 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1974 3 

Pupil Data 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1964 to Fall of 1974 4 

Prekindergar ten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1964 to Fall of 1974 5 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1964 to Fall 1974 6 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-1974 

Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 8 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1974 9 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1974 10 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 11 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 12 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: Sta 2 of Maryland: September 30, 1974 13 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 14 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 16 

Total Number of Maryland Children in Special Education Programs: 1974-75 17 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1974 18 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974 19 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TABLE 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1974-75 20 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1974-75 21 

Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1975 22 

Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1975 23 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1964-65 - 1974-75 24 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1974 25 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 26 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 27 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 28 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 29 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 30 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 31 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 32 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 33 

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

Schools: Fall of 1974 34 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 35 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 36 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 37 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 38 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



TABLE 



Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 39 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 *»0 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 41 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 42 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 43 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1974 44 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1974 45 

Staff Data 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-.12: Maryland Public Schools: 1963-64 - 1973-74 46 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 47 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 48 

Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 49 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 50 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: l°74-75 51 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 52 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 53 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 54 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1974 55 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1974 56 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: Fay. of 1974 57 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1964-65 - 1974-75 58 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TABLE 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1974-75 59 

Adult Program Data 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1964-65 - 1974-75 60 

General Adult Education Programs: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1974-75 61 

Vocational Adult Education Programs: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1974-75 62 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1974-75 63 

Vocational Rehabilitation Data 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1974-75 64 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1974-75 65 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1974-75 66 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1974-75 67 

Financial Data 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1974-75 68 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1974-75 69 

Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 70 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Construction, and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 (Includes Teachers' 

Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 71 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 72 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 73 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 74 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TABLE 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1974-75 76 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 77 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 78 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 79 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 80 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 81 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 82 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 83 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 84 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 85 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 86 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 87 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 88 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 89 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1974-75 (Including Cost of Transportation) 90 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1974-75 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 91 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 (Including Cost of Transportation) 92 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 93 

Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1964-65 - 

1974-75 94 

Cost Per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 95 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TABLE 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 96 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 - 1974-75 97 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 - 1974-75 98 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 - 1974-75 99 

Basic State Aid for Current Expense: 1974-75 (Total Program @ $624 per Pupil with 557. State Contribution) 100 

Calculation of Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1974-75 (2nd year of the five year phase- in Program) 101 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 102 

Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 103 

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

1974-75 104 

Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: State of Maryland: 1974-75 105 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 106 

Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1974-75 107 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1975 108 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: June 30, 1975 109 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1938-39 - 1974-75 110 

1974-75 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland (Thousands of Dollars) Ill 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1974-75 112 

Summary of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 113 

Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 114 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TABLE 

Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 115 

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

1974-75 116 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 - Total Expenditures 117 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 - State Expenditures 118 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 - Federal Expenditures 119 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 - Local Expenditures 120 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 - Total Expenditures 121 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 - State Expenditures 122 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 - Federal Expenditures 123 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 - Local Expenditures 124 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 - Total Expenditures 125 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 - State Expenditures 126 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 - Federal Expenditures 127 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 - Local Expenditures 128 

State Aid for Special Education: Prek.-12: State of Maryland: 1974-75 129 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1974-75 ^ 130 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1974-75 131 

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TABLE 

1 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Ac tual 
Number 
Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Dates 
September 
1974 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1975 


Local Unit 


Actual 
Number 
Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Dates 
September 
1974 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1975 


Allegany 


180 


3 


13 


Harford 


182 


A 


19 


Anne Arundel 


180 


5 


18 


Howard 


181 


3 


18 


Baltimore City 


183 


5 


20 


Kent 


184 


3 


11 


Baltimore 


183 


5 


19 










Calvert 


184 


3 


13 


Montgomery 


1 O 1 

LOi 


i 


til 










Prince George' s 


180 


3 


19 


Caroline 


180 


3 


6 


Queen Anne ' s 


181 


5 


17 


Carroll 


180 


3 


17 


St. Mary's 


181 


3 


13 


Cecil 


180 


3 


16 


Somerset 


181 


3 


11 


Charles 


182 


3 


6 










Dorchester 


180 


3 


12 


Talbot 


182 


3 


13 










Washington 


180 


3 


12 


Frederick 


180 


3 


19 


Wicomico 


182 


3 


12 


Garrett 


180 


3 


13 


Worcester 


181 


3 


6 



•it 



TABLE 



2 



Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


ENROLLMENT 


Total 


1,023,139 


568,501 


454,638 


Public 


894,314 


474,552 


419,762 


Nonpublic 


125,937 


92,306 


33,631 


Campus School at State College 


191 


191 




State Institution 


2,697 


1,452 


1,245 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 


55,076 


/ 


/ 


Public 


47,745 


24,102 


23,643 


Nonpublic 


6,935 


/ 


/ 


Campus School at State College 


14 


14 




State Institution 


382 


/ 


/ 


NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 


Total 


*1,969 


1,586 


553 


Public 


*1,339 


1,025 


407 


Nonpublic 


* 607 


546 


126 


Campus School at State College 


1 


1 




State Institution 


*22 


14 


20 



*Excludes duplicates. 

/Breakdown by organization not available. 



TABLE 

3 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1974 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elemen- 
tary 
Only* 


Secondary Only 


Combined 


To ta 1 


Junior 
(Grades 7-9) 


Jr. -Sr. 
(Grades 7-12) 


Senior 
(Grades 9-12) 


Vocational- 
Technical 


lUlai 


Mi HH 1 ^ 


W UI ic L 


Total State 


1, 339 


932 




1 Jl 


JO 


1Z/ 


£U 


Q "i 
7 J 


Do 


35 


Allegany 


37 


26 


8 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 




3 


Anne Arundel 


101 


75 


Z 1 


1 1 
1 1 


z 


/ 


1 
1 


B 

J 


Z 


•a 


Baltimore City 


205 


148 




1 Q 

to 


JLU 




*> 

Z 


Q 


z 


O 


Bal timore 


16 1 


111 


44 


Z I 


Q 
J 


1 / 


5 


O 




J 


Calvert 


1 1 


7 


Z 






1 


1 


z 


1 
1 


i 
1 


Caroline 


9 


5 


4 


2 




2 










Carroll 


28 


16 


E 
j 




1 
1 


•a 
J 


1 


7 


ft 


1 
l 


Cecil 


25 


16 


c. 
O 




o 
J 


z 


1 
1 


•j 
j 


"j 




Charles 


26 


16 


H 






Q 
J 


1 
1 


O 


c. 
J 


1 


Dorchester 


19 


13 


c. 
O 


i 
i 


Z 


Z 


1 








Frederick 


34 


24 


6 


i 


3 


2 


- 


4 


1 


3 


Garrett 


17 


13 


2 




2 






2 




2 


Harford 


38 


26 


Q 


i 


Z 


A 




A 




i 


Howard 


40 


23 


7 






6 


i 


10 


10 




Kent 


8 


4 


1 






1 




3 


2 


i 


Mnn f cnmpTv 

1 l\J il <- <J i - L L y 


202 


147 


52 


29 


3 


20 




3 


2 


i 


Prince George' s 


233 


172 


61 


41 


1 


18 


i 








Queen Anne ' s 


10 


6 


2 


1 " 




1 




2 


2 




St. Mary's 


24 


17 


3 






2 


i 


4 


3 


i 


Somerset 


16 


9 


3 


1 




2 




4 


1 


3 


Talbot 


13 


8 


3 






2 


i 


2 


2 




Washington 


44 


27 


7 






*6 


i 


10 


7 


3 


Wicomico 


24 


16 


6 


2 


1 


2 


i 


2 




2 


Worces ter 


14 


7 


4 






3 


i 


3 


3 





'•Includes following one-teacher school: Somerset 1. 



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PUPIL DATA 




Annual Report 



TABLE 

4 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1964 to Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


Total State 


735,242 


762,636 


790,928 


825,892 


860,604 


891,981 


913,196 


922,051 


920,896 


911,097 


894,314 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Ca lvert 


16,887 
54,131 
188,020 
106,273 
5,098 


16,528 
56,703 
191,008 
109,193 
5,179 


16,530 
59,391 
192,312 
112,856 
5,223 


16,448 
62,175 
192,545 
118,356 
5,284 


16,474 
65,920 
192,169 
123,607 
5,466 


16,602 
70,842 
193,082 
129,658 
5,606 


17,653 
74,028 
192,826 
134,179 
5,891 


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


17,273 
77,081 
186,600 
131,969 
6,287 


16,988 
78,172 
182,733 
128,700 
6,530 


16,412 
77,941 
173,198 
126.145 
6,832 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


4,897 
12,454 
10,887 
8,999 
6,533 


5,021 
12,823 
10,907 
9,498 
6,502 


5,005 
13,238 
11,215 
10,044 

6,537 


5,265 
13,864 
11,700 
10,765 

6,501 


5,335 
14,406 
11,966 
11,692 

6,568 


5,325 
15,052 
12,088 
12,431 

6,721 


5,366 
16,620 
12,382 
13,165 

6,615 


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

6,467 


5,345 
17,947 
12 ,478 
15,674 

6,373 


5,296 
18,442 
13,513 
16,358 

6,300 


5,301 
18,746 
13,473 
16,820 

6,191 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


16,260 
5,075 
20,583 
10,389 
3,491 


16,764 
5,089 
21,654 
11,038 
3,539 


17,393 
5,064 
23,520 
11,536 
3,577 


17,905 
5,341 
24,941 
13,078 
3,636 


18,356 
5,367 
28,162 
14,371 
3,701 


18,740 
5,460 
29,761 
15,789 
3,928 


19,389 
5,581 
30,670 
17,208 
3,934 


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


21,472 
5,794 
32,418 
20,429 
3,880 


21,922 
5,783 
33,163 
21,977 
3,815 


22,085 
5,729 
33,365 
23,123 
3,647 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne 1 s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


1UV , UZU 

102,504 
4,196 
7,907 
4,496 


1UO , ZUD 

113,260 
4,251 
8,265 
4,508 


111 1 17 
111 , 1j/ 

123,486 
4,229 
8,829 
4,433 


1 lO , U LD 

136,469 
4,603 
9,390 
4,484 


147,233 
4,631 
9,830 
4,476 


1 95 £5fi 

155,492 
4,753 
10,576 
4,748 


195 RO.9 

160,900 
4,780 
11,206 
4,674 


1 9n fi 7Q 

162,850 
4,771 
11,856 
4,629 


1 9n Q1 9 

161,965 
4,717 
11,792 
4,508 


1 9f> 177 

154,496 
4,651 
12,027 
4,421 


19& ~\0L 

151,210 
4,643 
12,079 
4,420 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


4,446 
21,584 
11,875 

6,237 


4,452 
21,722 
12,278 

6,248 


4,526 
21,991 
12,459 

6,397 


4,483 
23,122 
12,746 

6,776 


4,531 
23,470 
14,082 

6,855 


4,614 
23,873 
14,487 

6,897 


4,957 
23,980 
14,658 

6,732 


5,038 
24,053 
14,468 

6,607 


4,991 
24,016 
14,386 

6,589 


4,950 
23,847 
14,224 

6,612 


4,816 
23,490 
13,796 

6,528 



TABLE 

5 

Prekindergar ten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1964 to Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


Tri fa 1 C(-ahp 
lULdl OLdLt 


178 


380 


680 


838 


1,841 


1,749 


2, 145 


2, 260 


2, 310 


2,824 


3,808 


r\L x. c^d lly 










30 


28 












Anne Arundel 


30 


25 


29 


31 


26 


17 


50 


21 


10 


83 


105 


Baltimore City 


143 


351 


579 


745 


842 


854 


1,150 


1,167 


1,129 


1,295 


1,899 


Ba 1 1 imor e 






67 


50 


13 


30 


7 








54 
























120 


Caro 1 ine 
























Carroll 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










Char 1 e s 
















67 


99 


120 


120 


Do r c tie s t er 
























-r t-> A c~ i- -\ w" 














3 


14 






I 


Garrett 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 






- 


- 




Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


112 


Howard 












i os 












Kent 










111 














Montgomery 










487 


481 


458 


473 


602 


688 


709 


Prince George' s 










227 


213 


257 


233 


190 


194 


186 


Queen Anne' s 
























St. Mary's 










30 






20 


40 


86 


80 


Somerset 






















63 


Talbot 
























Washington 


5 


4 


5 


12 


9 


21 


157 


189 


165 


240 


236 


Wicomico 














63 


76 


75 


118 


123 


Worcester 

























TABLE 

6 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1964 to Fall 1974 



Loccil Unit 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


Total State 


30 , 2 2 1 


32,562 


34,574 


42,391 


51,419 


58,437 


61,781 


62,022 


60, 180 


58,871 


58,479 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


30 


- 


45 


1,140 


1,176 


1,065 


1,082 


1,076 


Anne Arundel 


30 


25 


29 


390 


1,935 


3,837 


5,023 


4,960 


4,987 


5,085 


5,223 


Baltimore City 


i c 07 c: 


1 A 7 A 


ID, J4J 




1 /. Q /. (-. 
14 , 740 


1 c 1 Q 
1 J , 1 10 


13,7 JH 


17 on 1 
13, ZU 1 


1 L , ^ JO 


11 ATI 




Baltimore 


55 


55 


293 


2,122 


4,370 


7,162 


9,113 


8,799 


8,127 


7,799 


7,785 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


98 


252 


313 


338 


398 


417 


418 


422 


Caroline 


102 


115 


138 


334 


369 


369 


359 


352 


307 


328 


342 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,088 


1,136 


1,239 


1,291 


1,244 


Cecil 




















Q 1 1 




Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


433 


1,019 


1,054 


1,122 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


369 


354 


366 


329 


385 


326 


Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


257 


1,319 


1,382 


1,491 


1,513 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


112 


128 


244 


337 


370 


362 


414 


404 


nar r oiq 








L I \J 


? ^f)7 
Z , JU / 


- , H JO 


? ISO 


L , ZOO 


L , L O J 


2,271 


2 , 286 


Howard 


_ 


_ 


7 


1,015 


1,180 


1,334 


1,328 


1,387 


1,486 


1,576 


1,670 


Kent 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


291 


260 


264 


232 


229 


219 


Montgomery 


9,174 


9,464 


9,615 


9,624 


9,656 


9,686 


8,811 


8,588 


8,406 


8,295 


8,502 


Prince George' s 


3,915 


5,335 


6,519 


9,822 


12, 127 


12,693 


12,492 


12,063 


11 ,494 


10, 256 


9,866 


Queen Anne' s 








328 


375 


348 


314 


281 


258 


274 


309 


St. Mary's 


150 


249 


373 


472 


512 


532 


555 


947 


877 


897 


984 


Somerset 












284 


306 


272 


281 


244 


275 


Talbot 














323 


323 


275 


295 


296 


Washington 


788 


868 


904 


1,630 


1,806 


1,805 


1,661 


1,680 


1,638 


1,534 


1,584 


Wicomico 










943 


1,070 


966 


994 


874 


902 


838 


Worcester 


132 


127 


151 


463 


513 


491 


472 


425 


424 


415 


398 



TABLE 

7 



Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-1974 





1 1 STSS 

GRAND 
























GRADE 




















Uneraded 


FALL OF 


Kinder- 
garten* 














































TOTAL 




I 




2 




3 




4 




5 






7 




8 




9 


10 


\ \ 


1 oJ 

*-Lt 


Special 


Other 


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 


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 


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 


1973 


911,097 


61,695 


54, 


081 


54, 


472 


56, 


651 


61, 


941 


61, 


760 


61,623 


75, 


608 


73, 


106 


72, 


350 


70,819 


61,940 


54,498 


23,476 


67,077 


1974 


894,314 


62,287 


51, 


575 


51, 


333 


53, 


067 


57, 


845 


61, 


461 


61,708 


73, 


236 


73, 


822 


73, 


375 


70,731 


62,935 


55,786 


21,097 


64,056 



TOTAL ELEMENTARY 



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 
514,665 


53, 


260 


68, 


219 


66, 


370 


64, 


551 


66, 


082 


65,131 


63, 


372 




122 






















15,248 


1969 


60, 


186 


68, 


175 


64, 


469 


64, 


827 


65, 


613 


64,702 


63, 


592 




80 






















16,080 


1970 


522,173 


63, 


926 


66, 


846 


64, 


190 


63, 


155 


66, 


096 


64,957 


63, 


798 




50 






















15,757 


1971 


519,135 


64, 


282 


63, 


506 


62, 


135 


61, 


350 


62, 


719 


64,836 


63, 


113 




42 






















15,008 


1972 


507,973 


62, 


490 


57, 


437 


57, 


820 


60, 


739 


61, 


880 


61,973 


63, 


414 




37 






















13,858 


1973 


491,558 


61, 


695 


54, 


081 


54, 


472 


56, 


651 


61, 


941 


61,760 


61, 


623 




44 






















12,776 


1974 


474,552 


62, 


287 


51, 


575 


51, 


333 


53, 


067 


57, 


845 


61,461 


61, 


708 




34 






















11,275 










TOTAL 


SECONDARY 












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 


1969 


377,316 




























69, 


025 


66, 


096 


65, 


303 


62, 


553 


54, 


827 


48, 


588 


10,854 


1970 


391,023 




























70, 


798 


68, 


881 


67, 


812 


64, 


201 


57, 


380 


50, 


643 


11,203 


1971 


402,916 




























72, 


559 


70, 


234 


70, 


460 


66, 


324 


58, 


732 


52, 


361 


11,231 


1972 


412,923 




























74, 


099 


71, 


570 


72, 


040 


69, 


357 


60, 


645 


53, 


340 


10,996 


1973 


419,539 




























75, 


564 


73, 


106 


72, 


350 


70, 


819 


61, 


940 


54, 


498 


10,700 


1974 


419,762 




























73, 


202 


73, 


822 


73, 


375 


70, 


731 


62, 


935 


55, 


786 


9,822 



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



TABLE 



8 



Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974* 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State/ 


1,023,139 


568,501 


17,809 


64 


,498 


14,455 


67 


088 


59,952 


59 


,613 


61,625 


66,812 


70,898 


71,408 


1 


,334 


7 


,009 


Total Local Units 


1,020,251 


566,858 


17,795 


64 


,470 


13, 168 


66 


964 


59,930 


59 


,586 


61,602 


66,777 


70,860 


71,380 


7 


,326 


7 


,000 


Allegany 


18 , 486 


9,710 


138 


a 


, 109 


179 




39 


1,212 


1 


,194 


1 , 285 


1 , 367 


1 , 389 


1 , 489 




145 




164 


Anne Arundel 


85,480 


46,790 


968 


5 


,652 


1,445 


6 


600 


4,892 


4 


,889 


.4,970 


5,240 


5,618 


5,802 




359 




355 


Baltimore City* 


201,217 


114,135 


3,433 


12 


not. 
, U Vo 


3,507 




O J I 


11,244 


1 L 


OA/. 
, 2U4 


11,774 


13,272 


13,800 


13,110 


1 


A A ^ 
, 44 J 


1 


f 977 


Bal timore 


151,385 


81,009 


3,080 


8 


,874 


1,551 


24 


691 


5,729 


5 


,704 


5,948 


6,840 


7,539 


7,903 


L 


,632 


1 


,518 


Calvert 


7,494 


4,349 


174 




449 


150 




- 


575 




564 


582 


558 


594 


632 




39 




32 


Caroline 


5,442 


2,852 






342 


178 




506 


270 




287 


283 


324 


320 


342 




- 




- 


Carroll 


19,160 


10,372 


37 


1 


,259 


136 




- 


1,418 


1 


,404 


1,400 


1,528 


1,550 


1,573 




34 




33 


Cecil 


15,237 


8,670 


48 


J. 


i 


96 






1,220 


L 




1,149 


1,243 


1,312 


1,297 




f>ft 

uO 




JO 


Charles 


18,520 


11,050 


189 


1 


,173 


227 




_ 


1,414 


l 


,516 


1,479 


1,529 


1,575 


1,611 




164 




173 


Dorchester 


6,258 


3,284 


_ 




339 


16 




- 


491 




457 


466 


472 


529 


514 




- 




- 


Frederick. 


23,811 


13,211 


313 


1 


,539 


183 


2 


617 


1,321 


l 


,258 


1,316 


1,449 


1 A /. 1 
1 , 44 I 


1 A £ Q 

1 ,40V 




154 




151 


Garrett 


5,729 


3, 174 






404 


60 






450 






440 


438 


492 


461 










Harford 


35,875 


19,775 


387 


2 


,462 


326 




13 


2,597 


2 


,574 


2,662 


2,801 


2,942 


2,919 




54 




38 


Howard 


25,937 


15,580 


894 


1 


,858 


587 




460 


1,811 


1 


,771 


1,802 


1,871 


2,095 


2,092 




170 




169 


Kent 


3,819 


2,005 


- 




237 


41 






250 




247 


273 


275 


314 


332 




17 




19 


Montgomery 


147,137 


80,987 


4,572 


9 


,472 


1,9 5 


11 


976 


7,668 




,786 


8,010 


8,565 


9,053 


9,292 


1 


,357 


; 


,257 


Prince George' s 


172,599 


97,562 


2,653 


11 


,081 


1,769 




68 


12,338 


12 


,456 


12,733 


13,388 


14,208 


14,237 


1 


,302 


i 


,329 


Queen Anne' s 


4,864 


2,510 


40 




309 


11 




274 


239 




222 


224 


376 


401 


414 










St. Mary's 


14,920 


8,954 


188 


1 


,092 


246 






1,121 


1 


,109 


1,113 


1, 177 


1,263 


1,250 




206 




189 


Somerset 


4,420 


2,348 


63 




275 


105 




773 


13 




10 


11 


353 


368 


377 










Talbot 


5,692 


3,097 


31 




338 


70 


1 


096 


381 




170 


228 


157 


192 


374 




40 




20 


Washington 


25,534 


13,703 


285 


1 


,699 


154 






1,761 


1 


,795 


1,876 


1,885 


2,026 


2,084 




73 




65 


Wicomico 


14,427 


8,198 


302 




906 


121 






1,063 


1 


,001 


1,124 


1,136 


1,259 


1,222 




33 




31 


Worces ter 


6,808 


3,533 






424 


31 






452 




475 


454 


533 


580 


584 











'■Public school data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1974. 

/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, 14; k, 19; 1, 22; 2, 27; 3, 23; 4, 23; 5, 23; 6, 22; elem. spec, 18; total, 191. 



TABLE 

8 

Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment By Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974* 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


\J Llie L 


Total State/ 


454, 638 


10, 


987 


598 


75, 


784 


76, 


267 


81 


,508 


78,014 


69 


,428 


62,052 


Total Local Units 


453, 393 


1U, 




126 




/OH 


if, 


ZD / 






78,007 


O J 


A 1 
, HZ1 


62,046 


Allegany 


8,776 






37 


1 

1 » 


JhI 


i> 


jDU 


1 


, JO / 


1,514 


1 
I 


,421 


1,467 


Ann p AnmHp 1 


38,690 


1, 


1 


86 


6, 


CQQ 
J77 


°» 


/ JO 


c. 
D 


, / jZ 


6,502 


e 



q nn 

, y UU 


4,980 


Ba 1 1 imor e C i ty^'» 


87,082 


4, 


602 


- 


15, 


338 


14, 


670 


15 


,509 


14,508 


12 


,381 


10,074 


JJCt J. U i ... .J L t 


70 , 376 


1, 


130 


- 


10, 


458 


11, 


108 


12 


,590 


12,570 


11 


,479 


11 ,041 


Calver t 


3, 145 










JO j 




C. 
JO z 




OJJ 


537 




440 


380 


Caroline 


2,590 




108 


- 




413 




442 




47 1 


424 




393 


339 


C a r r o 1 1 


8, 788 




101 


- 


1, 


527 


1, 


508 


1 


, 558 


1,482 


1 


, 37 4 


1,238 


C or t 1 
VjCtl J. 


6,567 




65 


- 


1, 


222 


1, 


224 


1 


,145 


1 ,026 


1 


,026 


859 


Char 1 e s 


7 , 470 




101 


- 


1, 


417 


1, 


317 


1 


,414 


1,256 


1 


,088 


877 


UUltllCb LCI. 


2,974 




14 






512 




510 




527 


503 




477 


431 


Frederick 


10,600 




52 


- 


1, 


861 


1» 


849 


1 


, 889 


1,857 


1 


,623 


1,469 


Ga r r e 1 1 


L. , J -1 J 






- 








4J7 






410 




JO J 


362 


Harfnrfl 
ndl lUiu 


16 , 100 




227 


3 


2, 


890 


2, 


855 


2 


,909 


2 , 706 


2 


,415 


2 ,095 


J-l r\ t.t o r n 

nuwdi u 


10 , 357 




156 




1, 


854 


1, 


780 


1 


,909 


1 , 745 


1 


,538 


1 375 


Kent 


1,814 




49 






304 




314 




335 


295 




278 


239 


Montgomery 


66,150 




873 




10, 


340 


10, 


430 


11 


,598 


11,767 


10 


,819 


10,323 


Prince George' s 


75,037 


1, 


021 




12, 


799 


13, 


233 


13 


,679 


13,258 


11 


,189 


9,858 


Queen Anne 1 s 


2,354 




27 






409 




372 




499 


410 




349 


288 


St. Mary's 


5,966 




58 




1, 


004 




954 


1 


,315 


974 




871 


790 


Somerset 


2,072 










431 




396 




373 


352 




269 


251 


Talbot 


2,595 




28 






451 




449 




470 


441 




371 


385 


Washington 


11,831 




194 




1. 


974 


2, 


020 


2 


,213 


1,921 


1 


,866 


1,643 


Wicomico 


6,229 




128 




1, 


103 


1, 


136 


1 


,084 


985 




965 


828 


Worces ter 


3,275 










553 




583 




597 


564 




524 


454 



*Public school data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1974. 

/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, 1974* 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 








Elementary 


T?t"» yf\ 1 1 man t~ 
IjI 1 L U 1 I II1L 1 1 L 


Uy yj L dUL 










Total 
Elementary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Specia 1 


Other 


Total State 


894,314 


474,552 


3,808 


58,479 


11 17"; 


63 , 967 


51,575 


51,333 


53,067 


57,845 


61 ,461 




34 


Allegany 


16,412 


8,288 




1,076 


179 


- 


1,058 


1,066 


1,132 


1 ,202 


1,245 


1,330 


- 


Anne Arundel 


7 7 QA 1 




105 


5 223 


1,429 


5,761 


4 ,506 


4,531 


4,610 


4,758 


5 ,089 






Baltimore City* 


173,198 


95,324 


1,899 


10 ,833 


2 ,423 


17,080 


9^35 


9^455 


9^908 


11,408 


11,800 


10 , 983 




Baltimore 


126,145 


62,576 


54 


7,785 


1,526 


23,875 


4,157 


4,135 


4,369 


5,095 


5,656 


5 924 




Calvert 


6,832 


3,810 


120 


422 






504 


498 


526 


495 


528 


567 




Caroline 


5,301 


2,751 


- 


342 


77 


506 


270 


287 


283 


324 


320 


342 


- 


Carroll 


1 Q 7 /. £ 






1 244 


136 


- 


1 ,364 


1 ,353 


1,347 


1 ,476 


1 ,502 


1 ,536 




Cecil 


13,473 


7,409 


- 


*962 


96 


- 


1^044 


'966 


975 


1 ,074 


1,141 


1 , 151 




Charles 


16,820 


9,565 


120 


1,122 


226 


- 


1,247 


1,341 


1,304 


1,357 


1,412 


1 ,436 




Dorchester 


6,191 


3,217 


- 


326 


lb 




473 


443 


454 


467 


524 


5 14 




Frederick 


22,085 


11,768 


1 


1,513 


183 


2 ,617 


1,178 


1,138 


1,213 


1,317 


1,288 


1,320 




Garrett 


5 , 72 9 


T 1 7/i 
3 , 1 /f 






60 


- 


450 


395 


440 


438 


492 


461 


34 


Harford 


33,365 


18,394 


112 


2,286 


326 


13 


2,471 


2,430 


2 ,532 


2,657 


2 ,790 


2 ,777 




Howard 


23,123 


12,768 


- 


1,670 


530 


30 


1,671 


1,628 


1,662 


1,717 


1,936 


1 924 




Kent 


3,647 


1,835 


- 


219 


41 




229 


228 


253 


257 


296 


312 


- 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 


124,324 


63 ,538 


709 


Q CA 1 ) 

8 , jUZ 


1,506 


11,942 


U , 177 


6 292 


6 403 


6 , 949 


7 ,428 


7,608 




151,210 


81,137 


186 


9,866 


1,67? 




10,701 


10 ,'860 


1 1 ] 1 17 


1 1 i 740 


12 |488 


12,507 




Queen Anne ' s 


4,643 


2,409 




309 


11 


2 74 


232 


212 


215 


363 


392 


401 




St. Mary's 
Somerset 


12,079 


7,050 


80 


984 


246 




930 


908 


908 


964 


1,028 


1,002 




4,420 


2,348 


63 


275 


105 


773 


13 


10 


11 


353 


368 


377 




-n 

Talbot 


4,816 


2,509 




296 


70 


1,096 


311 


102 


145 


87 


96 


306 




Washington 


23,490 


12,480 


236 


1,584 


141 




1,607 


i,653 


1,743 


1,742 


1,862 


1,912 




Wicomico 


13,796 


7,567 


123 


838 


95 




992 


948 


1,081 


1,091 


1,217 


1,182 




Worcester 


6,528 


3,390 




398 


31 




433 


454 


436 


514 


563 


561 





*Data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1974. 



ft 



TABLE 

9 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1974* 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Secondary Enrollment by Grade 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


419,762 


9,822 


89 


73,202 


73 ,822 


73 ,375 




62 ,935 


55 ,786 


Allegany 


8,124 


49 


_ 


1,341 


1,360 


1,425 


1,367 


1,270 


1,312 


Anne Arundel 


JO , Ojh 


1,104 


86 


, 'fJJ 


6 ,576 


6 ,245 


6 ,048 


5 ,521 


4,639 


Baltimore City* 


77,874 


4,400 




14,594 


13,975 


13,378 


12 ,608 


10 ,615 


8,304 


Baltimore 


63,569 


1,054 


- 


9,920 


10 ,557 


10,984 


11 , 106 


10 , 160 


9, 788 


Calvert 


3,022 


28 




540 


539 


612 


514 


424 


365 


Caroline 


2,550 


68 


_ 


413 


442 


471 


424 


393 


339 


Carroll 


o , / 00 


101 


_ 


1 COT 
1 ,Di 1 


1 C AO 

1 ,50o 


1 ceo 

1 ,55b 


1 AO 1 ) 

1 ,482 


1 ,374 


1 ,238 


Cecil 


6,064 


65 


_ 


1 , 145 


1 , 150 


1 ,050 


Q"5C 


943 


776 


Charles 


7,255 


97 


- 


1 ,417 


1 ,317 


1 ,353 


1 , 195 


1 ,028 


848 


Dorchester 


2,974 


14 




512 


510 


527 


503 


477 


431 


Frederick 


10,317 


46 


_ 


1,834 


1,847 


1,814 


1,787 


1,570 


1,419 


Garrett 


cc c 
i. , J J J 


95 


_ 


421 


459 


443 


410 


365 


362 


Harford 


14,971 


227 


3 


2 ,820 


2 ,812 


2 ,586 


2 ,456 


2 , 193 


1,874 


Howard 


10,355 


154 




1,854 


1 ,780 


1,909 


1 , 745 


1 ,538 


1,375 


Kent 


1,812 


49 




304 


313 


334 


295 


278 


239 


Montgomery 


DU , /OD 


852 




9,924 


10,075 


10,357 


10,615 


9,748 


9,215 


Prince George's 


70,073 


984 




12,487 


12,908 


12 , 345 


12,083 


10,254 


9,012 


Queen Anne 1 s 


2,234 


27 




398 


364 


473 


377 


334 


261 


St. Mary's 


5,029 


58 




968 


913 


1,043 


751 


679 


617 


Somerset 


2,072 






431 


396 


373 


352 


269 


251 


Ta lbot 


2,307 


28 




399 


400 


428 


395 


317 


340 


Washington 


11,010 


194 




1,882 


1,923 


2,016 


1,759 


1,714 


1,522 


Wicomico 


6,229 


128 




1,103 


1,136 


1,084 


985 


965 


828 


Worcester 


3,138 






533 


562 


567 


539 


506 


431 



*Data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1974. 



TABLE 

10 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1974 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Administering Department 
Ins ti tu tion 


Grand 
Total 


To ta 1 
E lemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Spec ia 1 


Other 


Total State 


2,697 


1,452 


- 


9 


1 , 269 


124 


- 


- 


- 


12 


15 


6 


8 


9 


Department of Public Safety and Correction 






























Md. Correctional Institution 


105 


78 


- 


- 


28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


15 


6 


8 


9 


Md. Correctional Institution for Women 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Md. Correctional Camp System (6 locations) 


52 


30 


- 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Md. Correctional Training Center 


94 


67 


- 


- 


- 


67 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 






























Boys' Village of Maryland 


90 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital 


29 


I 






3 


4 


















Crownsville State Hospital (Winterode) 


38 


12 


_ 


_ 


12 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


Eastern Shore State Hospital 


51 


30 


- 


9 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Henryton State Hospital 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Institute for Children and Adolescents 


99 


85 


- 


- 


85 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Children's Centers 


105 


10 


- 


- 


10 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Training School for Boys 


280 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Montrose School for Girls 


167 


53 








53 


















Rosewood State Hospital 


472 


472 






472 




















Springfield State Hospital 


42 




























Spring Grove Hospital 


33 




























Victor Cullen School 


10 




























Autonomous Institutions 






























Good Shepherd High School 


96 




























Maryland School for the Blind 


325 


210 






210 




















Maryland School for the Deaf - Columbia 


55 


55 






55 




















Maryland School for the Deaf - Frederick 


349 


238 






238 




















Patuxent Institute 


190 


105 






105 





















TABLE 

10 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1974 



Administering Department 
Institution 








Secondary Enrollment by 


Grade 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


1 , 245 


746 


472 






7 


7 


7 




Department of Public Safety and Correction 




















Md. Correctional Institution 


n 7 

LI 


- 


- 






7 

/ 


7 


7 


D 


Md. Correctional Institution for Women 


12 


- 


12 














Md. Correctional Camp System (6 locations) 


22 


22 


- 














Md. Correctional Training Center 


27 


- 


27 














Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 




















Boys' Village of Maryland 


90 


90 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital 


22 


4 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Crownsville State Hospital (Winterode) 


26 


26 


- 














Eastern Shore State Hospital 


21 


- 


21 














Henryton State Hospital 


3 


3 


- 














Institute for Children and Adolescents 


14 


14 


- 














Maryland Children's Centers 


95 


o ^ 
y j 
















Maryland Training School for Boys 


280 




280 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Montrose School for Girls 


114 




114 














Rosewood State Hospital 




















Springfield State Hospital 


42 


42 
















Spring Grove Hospital 


33 


33 
















Victor Cullen School 


10 


10 
















Autonomous Institutions 




















Good Shepherd High School 


96 


96 
















Maryland School for the Blind 


115 


115 
















Maryland School for the Deaf - Columbia 




















Maryland School for the Deaf - Frederick 


111 


111 
















Patuxent Institute 


85 


85 

















TABLE 

11 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 










Number of 


School s 








Total 
Number 
Different 
Teacher s 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Pr ekinder- 
gar ten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
gar ten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


L L I : . i L ! i 1 >■ i. 

gar 1 gxi 


Kinder- 
^ sl ~c ten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


To tal 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


125,937 


92,306 


13,987 


5,991 


72,328 


33,631 


607 


235 


247 


61 


64 


5 


59 


6,934. 8 


Al legany 


2,074 


1,422 


138 


33 


1,251 


652 


9 


2 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


102.6 


Anne Arundel 


7,539 


5,503 


863 


429 


4,211 


2,036 


36 


18 


11 


3 


4 


- 


4 


382.0 


Baltimore City 


28,019 


18,811 


1,534 


1,263 


16,014 


9,208 


108 


32 


50 


12 


14 


4 


10 


1,554.6 


Baltimore 


25,240 


io /.Ol 






1 A ^ 1 ft 


6,807 


113 


50 


40 


12 


1 1 




1 1 


1,487.9 


Calvert 


662 


539 


54 


27 


458 


123 


5 


2 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


39.8 


Caroline 


141 


101 


- 


- 


101 


40 


1 








1 


- 


1 


16.0 


Carroll 


414 


414 


37 


15 


362 




4 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20.0 


Cecil 


1, 764 


1,261 


48 


119 


1,094 


50 3 


10 


2 


5 


1 


2 


- 


2 


107. 2 


Charles 


1,700 


1 , 485 


69 


51 


1 365 


215 


8 


1 


5 


2 








56. 8 


Dorchester 


67 


67 




13 


54 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5.0 


Frederick 


1,726 


1,443 


312 


26 


1,105 


283 


15 


8 


4 


2 


1 


- 


1 


102.4 


Garrett 




- 


- 


- 


- 












- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


2,510 


1,381 


275 


176 


930 


1, 129 


10 


5 


3 


1 


1 




1 


148. 2 


Howard 


2,814 


2,812 


894 


188 


1,730 


2 


27 


1 5 


1 1 




1 




1 


145. 3 


Kent 


172 


170 




18 


152 


2 


2 


■ 


1 


" 


1 




1 


14.0 


Montgomery 


22,813 


17,449 


3,863 


970 


12,616 


5,364 


134 


61 


52 


11 


10 




10 


1,417. 1 


Prince Gborge' s 


21,389 


16,425 


2,467 


1,215 


12,743 


4,964 


83 


31 


38 


10 


7 




7 


928.0 


Queen Anne' s 


221 


101 


40 




61 


120 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


23.5 


St. Mary's 


2,841 


1,904 


108 


108 


1,688 


937 


15 


4 


7 


2 


2 


1 


1 


143.5 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


876 


588 


31 


42 


515 


288 


3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


50.4 


Washington 


2,044 


1,223 


49 


115 


1,059 


821 


10 




2 


3 


5 




5 


127.5 


Wicomico 


631 


631 


179 


68 


384 




6 


1 


5 










39.4 


Worcester 


280 


143 




26 


117 


137 


1 








1 




1 


23.6 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Anne Arundel, 13; Baltimore City, 20; Baltimore, 33; Calvert, 2; Carroll, I; Cecil, 1; Frederick, 
6; Harford, 3; Howard, 12; Montgomery, 51; Prince George's, 21; Queen Anne's, 1; St. Mary's, 1; Talbot, 1; Wicomico, 1; Total, 168. 



TABLE 

12 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 










hJiimh(=>T rt'f 


O^l IUU L 










Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 


Total 


Pr ekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder 
gar ten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


lotal State 


/ 7 , J44 


57,648 


204 


1,593 


55,851 




1 QR 


i 

L 


1 A 7 
14 / 


AH 
4U 


10 


5 


5 


J) J7J.Q 


Allegany 


1,827 


1,212 


- 


- 


1,212 


615 


6 


- 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


93.8 


Anne Arundel 


4,431 


3,264 


- 


91 


3,173 


1,169 


7 


- 


4 


2 


1 


- 


1 


172.6 


Baltimore City 


L 1 y 4U / 


14,196 


44 


584 


13,568 


7 9 11 


J H 




JO 


i 9 


4 


4 




QQA ^ 


Ba 1 timore 


1 R A7A 


12,066 




336 


11,7 30 


T AHA 






9Q 


7 








7 1 A A 
/ J-D • 4 


Ca i ver t 


1 A 7 
ID / 


167 


- 




167 




1 
L 




1 

L 




- 


- 


- 


J • J 


Caroline 


141 


101 


- 


- 


101 


40 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


- 


1 


16.0 


Carroll 


282 


282 


- 


- 


282 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10.0 


Cec i 1 


791 


721 


- 


52 


669 








A 




- 


- 


- 


33. 7 


Cha r L e s 


L , O L J 


1 , 402 




38 


1 , 364 


9 1 1 

ALL 


J 




A 


] 








S9 ^ 


Dorches ter 






- 
















- 


- 


- 




Frederick 


1,291 


1,021 


- 


3 


1,018 


270 


5 


- 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


69.9 


Garrett 






- 










- 






- 


- 


- 




Har lord 


1 ATA 


540 




38 


502 


QQ A 
074 


Q 
J 




£ 


1 








ft ^ A 
O J . O 


Howard 


"\ A 1 Q 


1,419 






1,419 




J 














A 9 A 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


11,353 


8,506 


95 


119 


8,292 


2,847 


28 




21 


5 


2 




2 


583.2 


Prince George' s 


13,816 


10,081 


65 


209 


9,807 


3,735 


29 


1 


22 


6 








512.0 


Queen Anne' s 






























St. Mary' s 


2,563 


1,733 




65 


1,668 


830 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




116.5 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


540 


252 






252 


288 


1 








1 




1 


27.4 


Washington 


588 


408 




28 


380 


180 


2 




1 


1 








29.4 


Wicomico 


111 


277 




30 


247 




1 




1 










12.6 


Worcester 































TABLE 

13 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 










dumber of 


School s 






Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 


Grand 
To ta 1 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


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


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


To tal 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kind er - 
gar ten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


46 , 593 


34,658 


13,783 


4,398 


16,477 


11,935 


409 


234 


100 


21 


54 


- 


54 


3, 341.0 


Al legany 


247 


210 


138 


33 


39 


37 


3 


2 






- 


- 


- 


8.8 


Anne Arundel 


3,108 


2,239 


863 


338 


1,038 


869 


29 


18 


1 


1 


3 


- 


3 


209.4 


Baltimore City 


6,612 


4,615 


1,490 


679 


2,446 


1,997 


54 


32 


1 2 




10 


- 


10 


C / ^ 1 

DOU . 1 


Bal timore 


9,766 


6, 367 


3,026 


753 


2 , 588 


3, 399 


77 


50 


1 1 


C 

D 


1 1 




1 1 


//I.J 


Calvert 


495 


372 


54 


27 


291 


123 


4 


2 






1 


- 


1 


34 . 3 


Caroline 




- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


. 




. 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Carroll 


132 


132 


37 


15 


80 




3 


1 






- 


- 


- 


10. 


Cecil 


1 A A Q 

1 , U4-S 


540 


48 


67 


425 




O 


i 




i 


2 


- 


2 


1 J m J 


Charles 


87 


83 


69 


13 


I 


4 


3 


1 




l 








4. j 


Dorchester 


67 


67 




13 


54 




1 




1 




- 


- 


- 


j . (J 


Frederick 


435 


422 


312 


23 


87 


13 


10 


8 


I 


_ 


1 


- 


1 


32.5 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


1,076 


841 


275 


138 


428 


235 


7 


5 


1 




1 






62.6 


Howard 


1 , 395 


1,393 


894 


188 


311 


2 


22 


1 c 

1 J 






1 




1 


ft ") Q 


Kent 


172 


170 




18 


152 


2 


2 




1 








1 


14 . U 


Montgomery 


11,460 


8,943 


3,768 


851 


4,324 


2,517 


106 


61 


31 


6 


8 




8 


833.9 


Prince George' s 


7,573 


6,344 


2,402 


1,006 


2,936 


1,229 


57 


30 


16 


4 






7 


416.0 


Queen Anne' s 


221 


101 


40 




61 


120 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


23.5 


St. Mary ' s 


278 


171 


108 


43 


20 


107 


6 


4 






1 




1 


27.0 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


336 


336 


31 


42 


263 




2 


1 












23.0 


Washington 


1,456 


815 


49 


87 


679 


641 


8 






2 


5 




5 


98. 1 


Wicomico 


354 


354 


179 


38 


137 




5 


1 


4 1 










26.8 


Worcester 


2 SO 


143 




26 


117 


137 


1 








1 




I 


23.6 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Anne Arundel, 13; Baltimore City, 20; Baltimore, 33; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 1; Frederick, 
6; Harford, 3; Howard, 12; Montgomery, 51; Prince George's, 21; Queen Anne's, 1; St. Mary's 1; Talbot, 1; Wicomico, 1; Total, 168. 



TABLE 

14 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


To tal 


Pre- 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 




















Ele- 

mfjri f"a TV 
lllC 11 Ld L y 


lf i n H p T 


Special 


Other 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 






7 


8 


Total State 


125,937 


92,306 


13,987 


5,991 


1,893 


2,997 


8,355 


8,253 


8,535 


8,932 


9,399 


9,672 


7, 


292 


7,000 


Allegany 


2,074 


1,422 


138 


33 


_ 


39 


154 


128 


153 


165 


144 


159 




145 


164 


Anne Arundel 


7,539 


5,503 


863 


429 


16 


839 


386 


358 


360 


482 


529 


527 




359 


355 


Baltimore City 


28,019 


18,811 


1,534 


1,263 


1,084 


771 


1,709 


1,749 


1,866 


1,864 


2,000 


2,127 


L, 


445 


1,399 


Baltimore 


25,240 


18,433 


3,026 


1,089 


25 


816 


1,572 


1,569 


1,579 


1,745 


1,883 


1,979 


I, 


632 


1,518 


Calvert 


662 


539 


54 


27 






71 


66 


56 


63 


66 


65 




39 


32 


Caroline 


141 


101 


- 


- 


101 


_ 


- 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Carroll 


414 


414 


37 


15 






54 


51 


53 


52 


48 


37 




34 


33 


Cecil 


1,764 


1,261 


48 


119 






176 


132 


174 


169 


171 


146 




68 


58 


Charles 


1,700 


1,485 


69 


51 


1 


- 


167 


175 


175 


172 


163 


175 




164 


173 


Dorchester 


67 


67 


- 


13 




- 


18 


14 


12 


5 


5 


- 




- 


- 


Frederick 


1,726 


1,443 


312 


26 






143 


120 


103 


132 


153 


149 




154 


151 


Garrett 


- 




- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Harford 


2,510 


1,381 


275 


176 


_ 




126 


144 


130 


144 


152 


142 




54 


38 


Howard 


2,814 


2,812 


894 


188 


57 


430 


140 


143 


140 


154 


159 


168 




170 


169 


Kent 


172 


170 




18 






21 


19 


20 


18 


18 


20 




17 


19 


Montgomery 


22,813 


17,449 


3,863 


970 


473 


34 


1,469 


1,494 


1,607 


1,616 


1,625 


1,684 


1, 


357 


1,257 


Prince George 1 s 
Queen Anne' s 


21,389 


16,425 


2,467 


1,215 


97 


68 


1,637 


1,596 


1,616 


1,648 


1,720 


1,730 


1, 


302 


1,329 


221 


101 


40 








7 


10 


9 


13 


9 


13 








St. Mary's 


2,841 


1,904 


108 


108 






191 


201 


205 


213 


235 


248 




206 


189 


Somerset 
































Talbot 


876 


588 


31 


42 






70 


68 


83 


70 


96 


68 




40 


20 


Washington 


2,044 


1,223 


49 


115 


13 




154 


142 


133 


143 


164 


172 




73 


65 


Wicomico 


631 


631 


179 


68 


26 




71 


53 


43 


45 


42 


40 




33 


31 


Worcester 


280 


143 




26 






19 


21 


18 


19 


17 


23 









TABLE 

14 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


To tal 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


33,631 


419 




37 


2,582 


2,445 


8,126 


7,276 


6 


486 


6,260 


Al legany 


OjZ 






37 






162 


1 /. "7 




151 


i ^ ^ 
i jj 


Anne Arundel 


z,Ujo 


31 






164 


160 


507 


454 




379 


341 


Baltimore City 


V , ZUo 


202 




- 


744 


695 


2,131 


i o An 
1 , VUU 


1 


766 


I , / /U 


Bal timore 


| OU / 


76 




- 


£ Q 
J JO 


C C 1 

DDL 


1 , 606 


1 A A /■ 




,319 


1 T. 


Calvert 


123 






- 


23 


23 


23 


23 




16 


15 


Carol ine 


ah 


40 




■ 












■ 




Car ro 1 1 
























Cec i 1 


jU j 


- 




- 


/ / 




O £ 






83 


J 


Char 1 e s 




4 




- 






fi 1 

O 1 


D L 




60 


OQ 


Dorchester 








- 


_ 


- 








- 




Frederick 


283 


6 






2 1 


2 


/J 


70 




53 


SA 
JU 


Garrett 
























Harford 










/u 


A 


JZ J 


o Rn 




222 


1 

III 


Howard 


2 


2 




















Kent 


2 










1 


1 










Montgomery 


5,364 


21 






416 


355 


1,241 


1,152 


1 


071 


1,108 


Prince George's 


4,964 


37 






312 


325 


1,334 


1, 175 




935 


846 


Queen Anne' s 


120 








11 


8 


26 


33 




15 


27 


.•St. Mary's 


937 








36 


41 


272 


223 




192 


173 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


288 








52 


49 


42 


46 




54 


45 


Washing ton 


821 








92 


97 


197 


162 




152 


121 


Wicomico 
























Worcester 


137 








20 


21 


30 


25 




18 


: 



TABLE 

15 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 





Local Unit 


_. 

Grand 
Total 


Elementary Enrollment by Grade 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


79,344 


57,648 


204 


1,593 


1, 123 


2,670 


5,645 


5,833 


6,137 


6,548 


7,079 


7,384 


6,821 


6,611 




1 , 827 


1,212 






- 


- 


t c/. 


128 


153 


165 


144 


159 


145 


164 


Anne Arundel 


4,431 


3, 264 




9 1 


- 


839 


189 


189 


197 


319 


365 


364 


356 


355 


Baltimore City 


21,407 


14, 196 


44 




917 


658 


1,323 


i /.r\ 'i 
1 , Wj 


1,515 


1,510 


1 , 643 


1, 770 


1,433 


1 , 396 


Bal timore 


15,474 


12,066 




336 




816 


1,141 


1 , 145 


1,170 


1 , 338 


1 , 462 


1,55/ 


1,603 


1,498 


Calvert 


167 


167 


_ 




_ 




30 


19 


19 


18 


18 


24 


22 


17 


^idlUl J.IIC 


141 


101 






101 


- 


















Carroll 


282 


282 






- 


- 


38 


34 


39 


40 


39 


32 


30 


30 


Cecil 


721 






5/ 


- 


- 


lUb 


/ 5 




Q Q 

yo 


Q /. 


oU 


Do 


50 


Charles 


1,613 


1,402 




38 






167 


175 


175 


172 


163 


175 


164 


173 


Dorchester 


- 




_ 




_ 


_ 


















r L cUcI 11^ 


1 79 1 


1,021 




3 


- 


- 


135 


107 


96 


117 


143 


140 


140 


140 


Garrett 










- 


- 


















Harford 


1,434 


540 




38 






64 


79 


73 


75 


84 


80 


30 


17 


Howard 


1,419 


1,419 








357 


103 


119 


124 


132 


144 


140 


153 


147 


Kent 


- 


























■«£ 


Montgomery 


11,353 


8,506 


95 


119 


105 




806 


923 


985 


993 


1,100 


1,169 


1,140 


1,071 


Prince George' s 


13,816 


10,081 


65 


209 






1,104 


1,136 


1,172 


1,247 


1,303 


1,313 


1,253 


1,279 


Queen Anne' s 






























St. Mary's 


2,563 


1,733 




65 






189 


198 


204 


212 


230 


242 


205 


188 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


540 


252 










39 


28 


45 


34 


60 


46 






Washing ton 


588 


408 




28 






27 


45 


48 


47 


52 


59 


53 


49 


Wicomico 


277 


111 




30 






30 


30 


28 


31 


35 


34 


28 


31 


Worcester 































TABLE 

15 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Tn ha 1 Q fa fp 


21,696 


1 Q/, 




595 


505 


5 


, 865 


5 336 


4 653 


4, 556 


Al legany 


615 


- 


- 


- 


- 




162 


147 


151 


155 


Ann p Afiinrlpl 


1, 167 


- 


- 








362 


330 


249 


226 




7,211 


144 


- 


386 


333 


1 


763 


1 616 


1,475 


1,494 


Dal t i-Li I'J L t 


3,408 


- 


- 


16 


23 




996 


887 


745 


741 


Ca 1 ver t 






















Caroline 


40 


40 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


ParrA ] 1 




- 


- 
















Cecil 




- 


- 








_ 








Char 1 e s 


211 


- 


- 








61 


61 


60 


29 
























Frederick 


270 


- 


- 


22 


- 




/ J 


70 


53 


50 


Garre 1 1 




- 


- 
















Har f ord 

1 1C1 i- X. \s l~ 


894 


- 


- 








283 


213 


198 


200 


nuwa l Li 






















Kent 


_ 






_ 








- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


2,847 






95 


77 




734 


686 


626 


629 


Prince George' s 


3,735 










1 


085 


1,038 


826 


786 


Queen Anne' s 






















St. Mary's 


830 






24 


23 




250 


201 


176 


156 


.Somerset 






















Talbot 


288 






52 


49 




42 


46 


54 


45 


Washington 


180 












52 


43 


40 


45 


Wicom: co 






















Worcester 























t 



TABLE 

16 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


To tal 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


46,593 


34,658 


13,783 


4,398 


770 


327 


2, 710 


2,420 


2,398 


2, 384 


2, 320 


2, 288 


471 


389 


Allegany 


247 


210 


138 


33 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


3, 108 


2,239 


863 


338 


L D 




197 


169 


163 


163 


164 


163 


3 


- 


Baltimore City 


6,612 


4,615 


1,490 


679 


1 A 7 
ID / 


1 1 ^ 


386 


346 


351 


354 


357 


357 


12 


3 


Baltimore 


9,766 


6,367 


3,026 


753 


25 




431 


424 


409 


407 


421 


422 


29 


20 


Calvert 


495 


372 


54 


27 


- 


- 


41 


47 


37 


45 


48 


41 


17 


15 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


132 


132 


37 


15 






16 


17 


14 


12 


9 


5 


4 


3 


Cecil 


1,043 


540 


48 


67 






70 


57 


80 


71 


77 


66 


2 


2 


Charles 


87 


83 


69 


13 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


~ 


— 


Dorchester 


67 


67 




13 


- 


- 


18 


14 


12 


5 


5 








Frederick 


435 


422 


312 


23 






8 


13 


7 


15 


10 


9 


14 


11 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


1,076 


841 


275 


138 




'_ 


62 


65 


57 


69 


68 


62 


24 


21 


Howard 


1,395 


1,393 


894 


188 


57 


73 


37 


24 


16 


22 


15 


28 


17 


22 


K.enc 


1 7 9 
LI L 


1 7D 










21 


19 


20 


18 


18 


20 


17 


19 


Montgomery 


11,460 


8,943 


3,768 


851 


368 


34 


663 


571 


622 


623 


525 


515 


217 


186 


Prince George' s 


7,573 


6,344 


2,402 


1,006 


97 


68 


533 


460 


444 


401 


417 


417 


49 


50 


Queen Anne ' s 


221 


101 


40 








7 


10 


9 


13 


9 


13 






St. Mary's 


278 


171 


108 


43 






2 


3 


1 


1 


5 


6 


1 


1 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


336 


336 


31 


42 






31 


40 


38 


36 


36 


22 


40 


20 


Washing ton 


1,456 


815 


49 


87 


13 




127 


97 


85 


96 


112 


113 


20 


16 


Wicomico 


354 


354 


179 


38 


26 




41 


23 


15 


14 


7 


6 


5 




Worcester 


280 


143 




26 






19 


21 


18 


19 


17 


23 







TABLE 

16 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment By Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1974 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


11,935 


235 




17 


1,987 


1,940 


2,261 


1,938 


1,833 


1,704 


Allegany 


37 


- 




17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


869 


31 






164 


160 


145 


124 


130 


115 


Baltimore City 


1,997 


58 




- 


358 


362 


368 


284 


291 


276 


Bal timore 


3,399 


76 






522 


528 


610 


577 


574 


512 


Calvert 


123 








23 


23 


23 


23 


16 


15 


Caroline 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


503 








77 


74 


95 


91 


83 


83 


Charles 


4 


4 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


13 


6 






5 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


235 








70 


43 


40 


37 


24 


21 


Howard 


2 


2 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Kent 


2 










1 


1 








Montgomery 


2,517 


21 






321 


278 


507 


466 


445 


479 


Prince George' s 


1,229 


37 






312 


325 


249 


137 


109 


60 


Queen Anne 1 s 


120 








11 


8 


26 


33 


15 


27 


St. Mary's 


107 








12 


18 


22 


22 


16 


17 


Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


641 








92 


97 


145 


119 


112 


76 


Wicomico 






















Worcester 


137 








20 


21 


30 


25 


18 


23 



i 



TABLE 

17 

Total Number of Maryland Children in Special Education Programs: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Maryland Public Schools 


Private 
P lac ement 
Programs 




Educable 


Severely 


Continuum 


Hearing 
Impaired 


Itinerant 


Home 
and 
Hospital 


Total 


Self- 
Contained 


Resource 


Self- 
Contained 


Resource 


Total State 


71,446 


69,234 


10,359 


2,415 


8,620 


22,722 


2,567 


141 


18,316 


4,094 


2,212 


Allegany 


688 


687 


127 


5 


119 


248 


- 


- 


120 


68 


1 


Anne Arundel 


^ A Aft 


5,373 


546 


350 


281 


1,065 


96 


- 


2,714 


321 


7 J 


Baltimore City 


20,488 


19,930 


6,367 


643 


2, 143 


7,960 


261 


12 


2,030 


514 


558 


Baltimore 


8,157 


7,936 


1,024 


39 


1,281 


2,053 


125 


20 


3,005 


389 


221 


Calvert 


464 


464 


72 


94 


90 


1 


19 


- 


159 


29 




Caroline 


499 


495 


126 


3 


33 


233 


- 


- 


73 


27 


4 


Carro 1 1 


Z)U/0 


2,065 


65 


75 


216 


826 


116 


- 


535 


232 


11 


Cecil 


959 


952 


85 


75 


96 


301 


88 


- 


267 


40 


7 


Charles 


1,393 


1,377 


142 


130 


92 


362 


151 


- 


363 


137 


6 


Dorchester 


582 


579 


- 


52 


31 


287 


64 


20 


103 


22 


3 


Frederick 


1,565 


1,551 




23 


119 


687 


95 


- 


519 


102 


14 


Garrett 




429 


80 


14 


92 


69 


- 


- 


128 


46 






Harford 


2,137 


2,121 


384 


19 


205 


538 


- 


22 


724 


229 


16 




Howard 


2,126 


2,075 


83 


56 


173 


845 


144 




578 


196 


51 




Kent 


416 


All 


27 


91 


15 


129 


A 1 


Q 




DO 




5 




Montgomery 


8, 520 


7,696 


467 


29 


1,613 


1,321 


849 


19 


2,643 


755 


824 




Prince George' s 


10,296 


9,939 


183 


223 


1,490 


3,842 


214 


13 


3,284 


690 


357 




Queen Anne' s 


391 


389 


36 


127 


8 


131 






69 


18 


2 




St. Mary's 


767 


766 


127 


36 


183 


348 




8 




64 


1 




Somerset 


144 


139 


16 




32 








80 


11 


5 




Talbot 


651 


650 


51 


69 


18 


270 




8 


204 


30 


1 




Washington 


1,595 


1,588 


164 


13 


219 


716 


127 




230 


119 


7 




Wicomico 


1,153 


1,135 


181 


23 


40 


405 


177 


11 


287 


11 


16 




Worcester 


492 


487 




226 


31 


85 






135 


10 


e 





TABLE 

18 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1974 



Local Unit 


Enrol lment 


Number of Centers 




















Total 


Preschoo 1 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Preschoo 1 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


72,629 


360 


29,912 


42,357 


415 


7 


272 


136 


Al legany 


621 


- 


- 


621 


1 


- 


- 


1 


:\llllt, l\L U 1 1 U I. 1 


2,697 


69 


325 


2,303 


14 


- 


6 


8 


Baltimore City 


11,229 


- 


5,699 


5,530 


42 


- 


33 


9 


Baltimore 


10, 175 


- 


4,441 


5,734 


72 


- 


60 


12 


Calvert 


202 


- 


- 


202 


2 


- 


- 


2 


Caroline 


150 


60 


40 


50 


2 


- 


1 


1 


Cfl r r o 1 L 


653 


98 


83 


472 


13 


4 


3 


6 


Cecil 


574 


- 


- 


574 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Charles 


304 


- 


- 


304 


2 


- 


- 


2 


Dorchester 


592 


32 


399 


161 


8 


1 


4 


3 


Frederick 


1,484 


8 


421 


1,055 


18 


- 


15 


3 


Gar re tt 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


3,429 


- 


1,870 


1,559 


35 


- 


20 


15 


Howard 


1,166 


- 


375 


791 


3 


- 


1 


2 


Kent 


452 




154 


298 


3 




2 


1 


Montgomery 


19,100 




10,850 


8,250 


117 




75 


42 


Prince George' s 


15,905 




4,398 


11,507 


60 




41 


19 


Queen Anne' s 


244 




180 


64 


2 






1 


St. Mary's 


547 




60 


487 


6 






3 


Somerset 


340 




340 




3 








Talbot 


192 




24 


168 


3 






2 


Washington 


2,228 


68 


181 


1,979 


3 -5f 


1 




1 


Wicomico 


93 


13 


39 


41 


2 






1 


Worcester 


252 


12 


33 


207 


3 


1 




1 



TABLE 

19 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974 





Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Local Unit 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


State 
& Local 


Local 


Total 


Head 
Start 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Enrich- 
ment 


Remedial 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Driver 
Education 


Original 
(Credits) 


Review 
(Credits) 


Enrich- 
ment 


Remedial 


Total State 


360 


98 


185 


18 


59 


29,912 


281 


7,887 


- 


13,565 


8,179 


42 , 357 


132 


384 


1,257 


13,112 


7,482 


14,978 


4,140 


872 


Allegany 
























621 






252 


369 










Anne Arundel 


AQ 






10 


59 


325 




50 




259 


16 


2,303 




_ 




1, 109 


468 


718 


8 


_ 


Dd i L li.iU L C Vj 1 i_ \ 












c £. a q 

d , oyy 




5,699 














705 




180 


4,568 




77 


Baltimore 












4, 441 




158 




1,833 


2,450 


5 , 7 34 




384 




2,280 


9 


1,822 


848 


391 


Calvert 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




™ 


- 




- 






202 


- 




- 


49 


44 


82 


14 


13 


Caroline 


DU 




60 






40 


40 










50 


50 
















Carroll 


Qft 

70 


98 






- 


83 








35 


48 


472 




_ 


90 


15 


33 


52 


282 


_ 


Cec x 1 
























^ i /. 






103 


471 










Charles 




- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


in/. 
JU4 


- 


- 




134 


48 


112 


10 


- 


Dorchester 


32 




32 




— 


399 


75 


324 








161 


20 






141 










Frederick 


Q 

O 






8 




421 




11 






410 


1,055 


17 






672 


73 


272 


21 




Garrett 










- 


- 












- 


















Harford 










— 


1,870 








901 


969 


1,559 








408 


64 




955 




Howard 


_ 










375 








300 


75 


7Q 1 










163 


440 


130 


58 


Kent 












154 








90 


64 


298 








21 




99 


178 




Montgomery 












10,850 




1,235 




8,240 


1,375 


8,250 








3,688 


2,933 


1,100 


450 


79 


Prince George s 












4,398 








1,865 


2,533 


11,507 








2,412 


3,365 


5,355 


257 


118 


Queen Anne' s 












180 




160 






20 


64 














64 




St. Mary' s 












60 








18 


42 


487 








206 


60 


157 




64 


Somerset 












340 


90 


250 


























Talbot 












24 








24 




168 








83 






85 




Washington 


68 




*68 






181 


4 








177 


1,979 


4 




107 


847 


42 


69 


838 


72 


Wicomico 


13 




13 






39 


39 










41 


41 
















Worcester 


12 




12 






33 


33 










207 








207 











*Includes 64 under Appalachian Regent Commission. 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1974-75 

Grades Prek.-6 



TABLE 

20 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
c a 1 
111- 

ness 


Physi- 

C 3. 1 

bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em- 
ploy- 
ment 


M 

r lage 


Mil i - 

Ser- 
vice 


In- 
compati- 
bility 
wi th 

C f Vi r\ r\ 1 i'f 


Cour L 
Ac t i on 


Eco" 
nom i c 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 


Death 


Includ- 
ing 
Death 


Exc lud- 
ing 
Death 


Expu 1- 
sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 
ity?< 


Other 


ter- 
mined 


.al State 


1,551 


1,489 


16 


62 


- 


2 


2 


- 


■ 


28 


13 


6 


8 


755 


89 


508 


62 


Allegany 


14 


11 


3 
















1 


5 


- 


2 


- 




3 


Anne Arundel 


47 


37 
















1 


1 




- 


18 


14 


3 


10 


. Baltimore City 


1,093 


1,093 


- 


58 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 




- 


5 


559 




462 




. Baltimore 


68 


60 


- 


1 












- 


- 




1 


6 


33 


19 


8 


' Calvert 


14 


10 


2 






~ 








2 


- 






2 


4 


- 


4 


' Carolina 


- 


- 






















- 


- 


- 






Carroll 


12 


12 


1 














8 






- 


- 




1 




. Cecil 


19 


17 


2 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 




5 






2 


. Charles 


13 


10 


1 














1 


- 






8 




- 


3 


. Dorchester 


7 


7 


1 












■ 


" 


2 




- 


2 


2 


- 


~ 


. Frederick 


16 


14 
















3 








4 


2 


5 


2 


Garrett 


3 


3 
























3 








. Harford 


21 


21 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


1 7 


- 


- 


Howard 


13 


1 1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 




■ 




- 


- 


1 


9 




- 


2 


. Kent 


2 


2 


" 






















1 


1 




" 


Mrin t~ o r»m p> t\t 
L IKJH L-gL/ULc: L y 


71 


65 


1 








I 








4 




1 


36 


12 


9 




Prince George 1 s 


92 


75 




1 












1 


3 






70 






17 


Queen Anne 1 s 


•* 3 


3 
























1 




2 




St. Mary's 


7 


6 


1 














1 








4 






1 


. Somerset 


3 


2 


1 
















1 












1 


, Talbot 


3^ 


3 










1 
















2 






Washington 


22 


22 
























21 




1 




. Wicomico 


7 


4 


















1 






3 






3 


Worcester 


1 


1 


1 































^compatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over), 
/'pulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 
/Ider compulsory attendance age. 



TABLE 

20 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1974-75 

Grades 7-12 



Local unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
ii i- 

ne s s 


Mental 
Di sa- 
Dili cy 


tm- 
ploy 
men t 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 

c omp a t i - 
Dili cy 
wi th 

School" 


Court 
Action 


Econ- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Xnc ]_ ud — 
ing 
Death 


Exc lud ~ 
ing 
Death 


Expul- 
sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 
ity^ 


Other 


Total State 


18,295 


18,195 




? 




9 


1,062 


36 1 


359 


14, 506 


195 


49 


219 


- 


276 




Al legany 


133 


131 





/. 








9 9 

z z 


1U 


O Z 


1 Q 

1 7 


O 


1 




1 




Anne Arundel 


1,721 


1,721 


5 


11 


- 


1 


56 


41 


30 


1,506 




1 


9 S 
Z J 




7A 


2 


Baltimore City 


8,201 


8,201 




128 








82 


122 


7,110 






Q 

7 






750 


Bal timore 


1,625 


1,603 


Q 
O 




2 


I 


314 


55 


66 


1,056 


7 


3 


56 


_ 


20 


14 


Calvert 


131 


131 










9 






102 






- 


- 


- 




Caroline 


120 


119 


1 
1 








9 S 

Z -> 


7 


1 


66 


A 


1 
i 


g 




-j 




Carroll 


314 


308 


l 


2 


_ 


- 


42 


4 


2 


203 


2 


1 


3 






42 


Cecil 


307 


306 


7 


4 


- 


3 




14 




204 


6 




]_! 




35 


22 


Chcur 1 g s 


232 


230 


I 


12 






32 


5 


4 


165 


4 


2 


4 


- 


1 




Dorche s ter 


115 


114 


9 
z 


9 

Z 






8 


2 




79 


9 




10 


- 


1 




F r6dericK 


266 


265 


1 


5 






5 


14 




181 


3 


8 


23 




21 


2 


Garrett 


78 


77 


1 




- 


- 


3 


7 


1 


57 


5 


3 










Harford 


451 


446 


1 


- 


- 


1 


38 


15 


12 


322 


7 


5 


9 




36 


- 


Howard 


222 


220 


1 








\ 


9 
z 


3 


211 






~ t 




1 




Ken t 


78 


78 




1 








3 




68 


5 


1 










Montgomery 


887 


876 


7 




4 


_ 


334 


30 


29 


361 


66 


_ 


1 




20 


24 


Prince George 1 s 


2,223 


2,201 


10 


10 


5 




168 


28 


63 


1,848 


39 


9 






21 




Queen Anne' s 


95 


95 












3 


1 


83 


1 




4 




3 




St. Mary's 


206 


204 




1 








2 


2 


182 




2 


1 




14 




Somerset 


110 


110 


7 


12 






4 


2 




71 


2 


3 


3 




6 




Talbot 


100 


96 




1 








3 


2 


86 


2 








2 




Washing ton 


291 


285 




2 






22 


11 


4 


201 




1 


8 




36 




Wicomico 


240 


239 




5 








2 


2 


181 


1 


1 


37 




10 




Worcester 


149 


148 




25 


- 


3 




1 


1 


101 


6 




6 




5 





Dea 



incompatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over). 
/Expulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 
^Under compulsory attendance age. 



TABLE 

21 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1974-75 

Grades Prek.-6 



Local Unit 


Total 


Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


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* 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
Schoo 1 


State 
Ins ti tu tion 
wi th 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


1 State 


44, 296 


1,961 


42 


12,471 


6 , 693 


i q nc 
lo , 1 / J 


3,359 


175 


171 


722 


340 


41 


- 


146 


Allegany 


467 








OJ 


ZUO 


1 J 


1 
1 


1 
J 


_ 


■j 
j 






, 


Anne Arundel 


4,327 


1 EC 

ID J 




1 ^ 1 A 




1 A OA 


7 A 


\ 
Z J 




37 










Baltimore City 


8, 267 










5,591 


^7 7 
Z y J 1 1 














99 


Bal timore 


4,650 


215 


25 


1,571 


1,481 


1,094 


112 


34 


25 


c c 
J J 


30 


7 


- 




Calvert 


270 


3 


- 


59 


OJ 


1U J 


10 


2 


- 


7 


2 


- 


- 


1 


Caroline 


276 


i 
i 




Jo 


A 7 


1 AH 






<c 




2 


2 








Carroll 


636 


Z / 




O 1 c\ 
Z IV 


on a 


1 R 
IjZ 




c; 
3 


3 


9 


? l 


2 






Cecil 


891 


7 




^ 1 A 


91 


428 


^ 
Z -5 






/ 


13 


3 






Charles 


837 


33 


_ 


199 


199 


349 


n 


12 


3 


/, 
4 


14 


3 


- 


10 


Dorches ter 


257 


1 


- 


82 


3 / 




3 


6 


- 




4 


- 


- 


4 


Frederick 


951 




i 
i 


^fi o. 

JO J 


192 


312 


zu 


■i 


3 


8 


5 


3 






Garrett 


219 


6 


1 


6 1 


33 


105 






A 

4 


- 


Q 



i 
i 






Harford 


2, 186 


55 


1 


844 


273 


890 


29 


7 


8 


25 


50 


2 


_ 


2 


Howard 


1,364 


372 


1 


180 


339 


383 


25 


12 


9 






3 






Kent 


119 


4 




26 


35 


47 






4 




2 








Montgomery 


5,628 


419 


6 


1,847 


753 


1,915 


207 


26 


49 


365 


39 


1 






Prince George 1 s 


9,402 


482 




3,622 


1,477 


3,382 


186 


32 


26 


143 


45 


3 






Queen Anne' s 


159 


7 


1 


30 


55 


64 






2 












St. Mary's 


1,190 


103 




354 


78 


600 


22 




1 


17 


14 








Somerset 


124 


2 


1 


33 


46 


34 




3 


3 




1 








Talbot 


157 


1 




41 


58 


43 


5 


2 


1 




6 








•Washington 


970 


23 


4 


537 


73 


289 


29 


2 




2 


* 10 








Wicomico 


667 


15 


1 


298 


118 


197 


10 


1 


5 


4 


2 


7 






Worcester 


282 


1 




44 


95 


127 




2 


1 


4 


1 


3 







I another state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 



TABLE 

21 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1974-75 

Grades 7-12 







Public School in the 


Public School 






















Same Local Unit 


Outside 


Nonpublic School 






Other Programs 








Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 






the Local Unit 


















Local Unit 


Total 


Pro- 
motion — 
No Change 
of 

Res id enc e 


Change 
of 

Residence 


In 

Maryland 


Another 
S ta te* 


In 
Same 
Loca 1 
Init 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


School 
in a 

Country 


Home- 
teachmg 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
School 


S ta te 

1 [ 1 a L ± LU Lit 

with 
Educatioi 
Program 


1 V La L O La L t_ 


37 , 345 


1,469 


52 


17, 732 


3,470 


9,872 


1, 188 


210 


232 


404 


1,362 


93 


663 


598 


ALlegany 


248 


8 


_ 


45 


39 


125 


8 


_ 


_ 


6 


15 


2 




- 


Anne Arundel 


2,517 


335 


5 


458 


519 


817 


36 


38 


7 


38 


186 


8 


45 


25 


Dal Llillulc 1 u 


17 633 






13,401 


- 


3,057 


808 










_ 


_ 


367 


R 1 1~ "5 mr\ y a 
Dal L I . . , U l e 


2,817 


233 


21 


549 


777 


655 


68 


52 


21 


39 


162 


28 


174 


38 


Ca 1 ver t 


146 


1 




11 


51 


54 


3 


2 


1 




15 


1 




7 


Caroline 


142 


_ 


_ 


16 


42 


57 


_ 


1 


1 


- 


17 


_ 


1 


7 


Carroll 


378 


14 


3 


57 


106 


79 


_ 


4 


7 


6 


90 


1 


_ 


11 


Cecil 


369 


3 


5 


84 


55 


187 


6 


2 


4 


3 


19 




_ 


1 


Charles 


524 


4 




66 


103 


199 


14 


10 


3 


4 


75 


7 


32 


7 




111 


" 


1 


27 


26 


43 






1 




8 


2 




3 


Frederick 


426 


6 


2 


117 


94 


140 


7 


5 


3 


2 


29 


2 


16 


3 


Garrett 


100 


2 


_ 


5 


25 


33 


_ 


_ 


1 




27 


1 


2 


4 




1,077 


8 


- 


238 


170 


467 


12 


4 


10 


8 


135 


6 


- 


19 


Howard 


509 


60 


1 


43 


153 


187 


4 


10 


9 


9 


25 


5 




3 


Kent 


89 






3 


20 


33 




3 


2 


I 


27 








Montgomery 


3,349 


389 


12 


615 


327 


1,090 


107 


31 


110 


226 


235 


18 


158 


31 


Prince George' s 
Queen Anne' s 


5,318 


388 




1,649 


674 


1,941 


78 


27 


41 


54 


190 


10 


235 


31 


67 




1 


3 


30 


27 




3 


1 










2 


St. Mary's 


440 


6 




65 


48 


261 


10 


3 


2 


2 


43 








Somerset 


82 






7 


27 


34 


1 


5 


3 




1 






4 


Talbot 


86 


1 




5 


24 


27 


3 


1 






18 


2 




5 i 


Washington 


482 


6 




170 


51 


171 


19 


2 


2 


1 


34 






26 


Wicomico 


285 


5 


1 


89 


60 


113 


1 


4 


2 


2 


6 






2 


Worcester 


150 






9 


49 


75 


3 


3 


1 


3 


5 


: 




2 



r 



*In another state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 



TABLE 

22 

Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek. - 12: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1975 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


To tal 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


11 State 


878, 108 




837,111 


40,997 


4.7 


473,702 


461,842 


11,860 


2.5 


404,406 


375,269 


29,137 


7.2 


Allegany 


16, 246 




16,085 


161 


1.0 


8,222 


8, 126 


96 


1.2 


8,024 


7,959 


65 


0.8 


Anne Arundel 


76,003 




74,028 


1,975 


2.6 


41,288 


40,787 


501 


1.2 


34,715 


33,241 


1,474 


4.3 


Baltimore City 


169,510 




147,457 


22,053 


13.0 


95,589 


89,822 


5,767 


6.0 


73,921 


57,635 


16,286 


22.0 


Bal timore 


124, 198 




120,791 


3,407 


2.7 


62,432 


60,903 


1,529 


2.5 


61, 766 


59,888 


1,878 


3.0 


Calvert 


6,690 




6,437 


253 


3.8 


3,799 


3,717 


82 


2.2 


2,891 


2,720 


171 


5.9 


Caroline 


5, 134 




5,031 


103 


2.0 


2,716 


2,678 


38 


1.4 


2,418 


2, 353 


65 


2.7 


Carroll 


18,627 




18,495 


132 


0.7 


10, 175 


10, 100 


75 


0.7 


8,452 


8, 395 


57 


0.7 


Ceci L 


13,047 




12,740 


307 


2.3 


7,283 


7, 112 


171 


2.4 


5,764 


5,628 


136 


2.4 


Char les 


16,424 




15,878 


546 


3.3 


9,485 


9,281 


204 


2. 1 


6,939 


6,597 


342 


4.9 


Dorches ter 


6,015 




5,855 


160 


2.7 


3,160 


3,085 


75 


2.4 


2,855 


2,770 


85 


3.0 


Frederick 


21,867 




21,691 


176 


0.8 


11 , 794 


11, 704 


90 


0.8 


10,073 


9,987 


86 


0.9 


Garrett 


5,612 




5, 544 


68 


1.2 


3,131 


3, 102 


29 


0.9 


2,481 


2,442 


39 


1.6 


Harford 


32,904 




32,034 


870 


2.6 


18,426 


17 , 984 


442 


2.4 


14,478 


14,050 


428 


3.0 


Howard 


22,970 




22, 604 


366 


1.6 


12,805 


12,668 


137 


1.1 


10, 165 


9,936 


229 


2.3 


Ken l 


3,547 




3,434 


113 


3.2 


1,797 


1,744 


53 


3.0 


1,750 


1,690 


60 


3.4 


Montgomery 


123,274 




121,308 


1,966 


1.6 


63,637 


63,o45 


592 


0.9 


59,637 


58,263 


1,374 


2.3 


Prince George' s 


147,815 




141,654 


6,161 


4.2 


80,541 


79,491 • 


1,050 


1.3 


67,274 


62,163 


5,111 


7.6 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,656 




4,560 


96 


2.1 


2,482 


2,475 


7 


0.3 


2,174 


2,085 


89 


4.1 


St. Mary' s 


. 11,702 




11,183 


519 


4.4 


6,913 


6,656 


257 


3.7 


4,789 


4,527 


262 


5.5 


Somerset 


4,291 




4,097 


194 


4.5 


2,318 


2,219 


99 


4.3 


1,973 


1,878 


95 


4.8 


Talbot 


4,696 




4,513 


183 


3.9 


2,499 


2,419 


80 


3.2 


2,197 


2,094 


103 


4.7 


Washington 


22,939 




22,406 


533 


2.3 


12,268 


12,079 


189 


1.5 


10,671 


10,327 


344 


3.2 


Wicomico 


13,586 




13,022 


564 


4. 1 


7,601 


7,321 


280 


3.7 


5,985 


5,701 


284 


4.8 


Worcester 


6,355 




6,264 


91 


1.4 


3,341 


3,324 


17 


0.5 


3,014 


2,940 


74 


2.5 



IE: Policy of promotions and nonpromotions varies in the different local units. $ 



TABLE 

23 

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

June Net Roll, 1975 



bULdi UUl t 


First Grade Enrollment 


Number and Percent Not Promoted 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


Percent 


To tal 


Boys 


Girls 


To tal 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


52,421 


27,040 


25,381 


2,812 


1 ~1 O 1 
L , / / 


1 ,U2-> 


5. 4 


6 . 6 


4.0 


Allegany 


1,052 


552 


500 


41 


29 


12 


3.9 


5.3 


2.4 


Anne Arundel 


4,465 


2, 278 


2, 187 


174 


109 


65 


3.9 


4.8 


3.0 


Baltimore City 


9,688 


4,987 


4,701 


1,134 


691 


443 


11.7 


13.9 


9.4 


Baltimore 


4, 191 


2, 146 


2,045 


147 


97 


50 


3.5 


4.5 


2.4 


Calvert 


497 


277 


220 


Q O 
JZ 


2 1 


1 1 


C /■ 
O . H 




j • U 


Caroline 


325 


173 


152 


14 


12 


2 


4.3 


6.9 


1.3 


Carroll 


1 , 385 


693 


69 2 


29 


20 


9 


2.1 


2.9 


1.3 


Cecil 


1,034 


539 


495 


71 


39 


32 


6.9 


7.2 


6.5 


Charles 


1 , 205 


637 


568 


56 


43 


13 


4.7 


6.7 


2.3 


Dorchester 


455 


237 


218 




L J 


1 / 


ft ft 


Q 7 


/ • o 


Frederick 


1,577 


871 


706 


34 


25 


9 


2.2 


2.9 


1.3 


Garrett 


443 


201 


242 


13 


6 


7 


2.9 


3.0 


2.9 


Harford 


2,453 


1,277 


1,176 


121 


90 


31 


4.9 


7.1 


2.6 


Howard 


1,753 


847 


906 


41 


27 


14 


2.3 


3.2 


1.5 


Kent 


229 


119 


1 10 


16 


14 


2 


7.0 


11.8 


1.8 


1 . ■ J L 1 L t J . L L V 


6,273 


3,193 


3,080 


172 


110 


62 


2.7 


1.9 


2.0 


Prince George' s 


10,580 


5,552 


5,028 


409 


263 


146 


3.9 


4. 7 


2.9 


Queen Anne' s 


237 


119 


118 


3 


3 




1.3 


2.5 




St. Mary's 


927 


481 


446 


86 


52 


34 


9.3 


10.8 


7.6 


Somerset 


279 


147 


132 


16 


9 


7 


5.7 


6.1 


5.3 


Talbot 


331 


174 


157 


52 


36 


16 


15.7 


20.7 


10.2 


Washington 


1,621 


823 


798 


22 


14 


8 


1.4 


1.7 


1.0 


Wicomico 


989 


504 


485 


79 


48 


31 


8.0 


9.5 


6.4 


Worcester 


432 


213 


219 


10 


6 


4 


2. 3 


2.8 


1.8 



NOTE: Policy of promotions and nonpromotions varies in the different local units. 



TABLE 

24 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



Year 


High School Graduates 


Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


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 


42,631 


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 


1973-74 


53,952 


26,005 


27,947 


1974-75 


55,336 


26,469 


28,867 


BY LOCAL UNIT -- 1974-75 


Allegany 


1, 344 


690 


654 


Anne Arundel 


4,744 


2,212 


2,532 


Baltimore City 


7,757 


3,413 


4,344 


Bal timore 


9,633 


4,726 


4,907 


Calvert 


371 


160 


211 


Caroline 


315 


148 


167 


Carroll 


1,250 


581 


669 


Cecil 


719 


353 


366 


Charles 


840 


392 


448 


Dorchester 


414 


190 


224 


Frederick 


1,440 


743 


697 


Garrett 


358 


170 


188 


Harford 


1,841 


952 


889 


Howard 


1,361 


657 


704 


Kent 


216 


98 


118 


Montgomery 


9,663 


4,747 


4,916 


Prince George's 


8,925 


4,235 


4,690 


Queen Anne ' s 


251 


137 


114 


St. Mary's 


579 


255 


324 


Somerset 


239 


106 


133 


Talbot 


337 


153 


184 


Washington 


1,519 


* 743 


776 


Wicomico 


802 


384 


418 


Worcester 


418 


724 


1 <« 



TABLE 

25 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


English 


Social 
S tudies 


Science 
— 


Ma the- 
matics 


La tin 


French 


Spanish 


Other 
Foreign 
Lan- 
guages 


Agri- 
culture 


Total State 


419 , 762 


/ 7 7 7 7 Q 

4/3, 3Zo 


Joy , obo 


343 , 567 


— o — 7~ ; 

342 , 961 


z , ouy 


£ A n 7 A 

jU , U / 6 


£ 7 £ 7 A 

32 , 5Z6 


•j-q (i;; 

"O j 7 J J 


7,913 


Allegany 


8,124 


10,738 


8,357 


6,698 


6,135 


167 


1,406 


822 




76 


Anne Arundel 


36,654 


39,855 


34,086 


28,504 


26,642 


246 


3,516 


2,747 


548 


161 


Baltimore City 


77 , 874 


Q 7 mo 
OZ,U30 


£ 1 Q Q /, 

O 1 , 074 


A 1 Q 7 Q 

o l , y zo 


A A /■ 7 7 
OO , 4 / Z 


7 7/. 

Z 34 


1 C\ QAH 


A ft ft 1 


1 AO ^ 


7 7 


Bal timore 


63,569 


74,875 


63, 201 


52 , 307 


52, 86 1 


1 10 


8,372 


11 QQO 

11, ooy 


2 , 40 2 


7 Q 7 
/HZ 


Calvert 


3,022 


3,652 


2,752 


2 , 40 2 


2 , 463 




342 






7 1 

3 1 


Caroline 


2,550 


3,087 


2,495 


2,007 


1,762 


_ 


407 


153 


_ 


97 


Carroll 


8,788 


10,812 


8,323 


7,022 


7,067 


136 


417 


659 


423 


550 


Cecil 


6 ,064 


7 "7 "3 1 
/ , / M 


£. RQ O 
J , J7 J 


/. TOO 
4 , / 7 


/. Q 1 O 
4,olZ 




zvu 


i ft ^ 
it) j 


1UU 


OA 


Charles 


7,255 


ft f\ ^ 


A. QQ 7 


^ 7 QQ 


A Mil 
O , U 1 1 




R 07 

jj/ 


J74 




^ 1 
J 1 


Dorchester 


2,974 


o ah 7 


i one 
J , ZUo 


o 

Z , JZO 


Z , Z 1 Z 


D 


OQ 7 
£7 / 


ft 




9 9 1 
Z Z 1 


Frederick 


10,317 


12,701 


9,766 


8,747 


8,711 


216 


857 


454 


56 


1,021 


Garrett 


2,555 


2,987 


2,513 


1,964 


1,957 




303 




32 


171 


Har tore 


1 /. O 7 1 

LH , y i 1 


17 A 7 7 
1 / , Z Z 


l /■ ^ 7n 


10 Q 
1 Z j y Z 3 


10 OQ 

1 Z , Z J7 


Q R 




1 9 A 
1 , ZD j 


*\ 9 9 
J Z Z 


J 4U 


Howard 


in o ^ K 
1U , jjj 


17 7 77 


Q A 7 ^ 


ft 1 /. 1 
O , 1*+1 


ft ^ftn 


f\fx 
D D 


9 90ft 
Z , ZUo 


841 


9 IS 


60 


v tin t- 
Ken t 


1 R 1 9 

1 y O 1 L 


7 R/i 1 


1 jDU j 


1 7 A 
1 , Z / O 


1 S O.A 




90Q 
ZW y 


17 1 


JU 


Q7 


Montgomery 


60,786 


66,563 


58,381 


51,308 


51,410 


607 


10,675 


14,256 


1,640 


1,912 


Prince George' s 


70,073 


75,057 


64,412 


58,469 


56,800 


452 


5,945 


9,627 


1,211 


614 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,234 


2,397 


1,419 


1,617 


1,585 




165 


149 




187 


St. Mary's 


5,029 


6,318 


4,933 


4,116 


4,232 


46 


143 


300 




138 


Somerset 


2,072 


2,719 


2,560 


1,613 


1,749 




298 






38 


Talbot 


2,307 


2,690 


2,228 


1,894 


1,771 


46 


150 


163 




83 


Washing ton 


11,010 


13,316 


11,456 


10,022 


8,709 


224 


1,081 


617 


61 


870 


Wicomico 


6,229 


6,583 


6,463 


5,174 


4,949 


159 


428 


765 




81 


Worcester 


3,138 


3,649 


3,093 


2,513 


2,498 




230 


87 




26 



''Includes 6,385 enrolled in German; 556 in Russian; 287 in Hebrew; 84 in Italian; 27 in Conversational Chinese; 21 in Japanese; 23 in Swahili; 1,385 
in Foreign Language Appreciation; 149 in Introduction to Foreign Language and 38 in Port of Call. "See Foreign Language Enrollment..." table for 
local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

25 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Industrial 


Educa tion 


Economic s 


Business 
Education 


Physical 
and 
Health 
Education 


Music 


Arts, 
Arts and 
Crafts 


Dr i ver 
Education 


special 
Education 


Art 


Vocational 

and 
Technical 


Total State 


116 


,475 


/48,600 


102,690 


132 


307 


310, 385 


153, 


262 


132, 


150 


23,938 


24,352 


Al leg any 


2 


,451 




788 


2,706 


2 


355 


5,758 


5, 


128 


3, 


645 


991 


166 


Anne Arundel 


Q 


AAA 


2 


,425 


7,564 


10 


jUz 


23,730 


1 A 

14, 


UO I 


13,902 


1,077 


2,027 


Baltimore City 


20 


,580 


12 


,013 


21,317 


31 


069 


46,410 


23, 


288 


22, 


712 


2,538 


5,826 


Baltimore 


19 


,625 


6 


,473 


19,809 


15 


721 


56,830 


37, 


604 


30, 


194 


1,829 


3,894 


Calvert 




477 




229 


876 




949 


1,934 




582 




0*4 J 


237 


248 


Caro 1 ine 




681 




187 


615 


1 


132 


2,057 


1, 


097 


i 

1 > 


1 LI 

14/ 


415 


441 


Carroll 


1 


, 901 


1 


,139 


1,707 


2 


637 


6,654 


3, 


649 


2, 


118 


504 


274 


Cecil 


1 


,480 




819 


1,115 


1 


367 


4,578 


1, 


699 


1, 


219 


202 


489 


Charles 


1 


,632 




660 


2,001 


2 


459 


6,172 


2, 


003 


2, 


017 


1,280 


840 


Dorches ter 




588 




J 1 L 


664 


1 


230 


1,872 


1, 


252 




793 


143 


333 


Frederick 


2 


,431 


3 


,081 


2,428 


3 


498 


8,679 


4, 


622 


3, 


349 


773 


203 


Garrett 




662 




381 


475 




932 


1,624 


1, 


118 




694 


474 


111 


Harford 


3 


, 139 


1 


,066 


2,598 


4 


660 


10,376 


5, 


569 


2, 


680 


1,573 


671 


Howard 


2 


,559 




756 


2,232 


t 2, 


675 


6,971 


2, 


960 


2, 


720 


288 


698 


Kent 




291 




361 


372 




606 


1,424 




653 




506 


122 


55 


Montgomery 


15 


,215 


7 


,781 


10,156 


13 


195 


44,625 


15, 


200 


14, 


702 


5,145 


3,069 


Prince George' s 


24 


,887 


6 


,189 


17,499 


27 


230 


54,256 


17, 


784 


17, 


667 


4,209 


3,995 


Que»^n Anne ' s 




296 




432 


337 




273 


1,521 




566 




119 




128 


St. Mary's 




934 




688 


1,217 




730 


3,880 




831 


1, 


589 


238 


176 


Somerset 




269 




63 


391 




962 


1,581 




490 




339 


24 




Talbot 




511 




243 


611 




812 


1,504 




744 




487 


270 


85 


Washington 


3 


,498 


1 


,277 


3,416 


3 


380 


9,222 


6, 


745 


4, 


148 


835 


337 


Wicomico 


1 


,938 




698 


1,660 


1 


974 


6,221 


2, 


997 


2, 


818 


606 


237 


Worcester 


1 


,024 




279 


924 




959 


2,506 


1,6Q0 



1, 




165 





/Includes 47,575 enrolled in Vocational and 1,025 enrolled in Technical. See "Industrial Education (Vocational- Industrial) and Technical 
Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment..." table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

26 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 







English 


Journalism 


Reading 


Local Unit 


Total 
English 














Vocational 








Develo 


jment 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


Total State 


473,328 


73,620 


75,066 


68,341 


56,487 


45,964 


36,089 


889 


2,258 


1,435 


4,002 


1,235 


1,098 


14,451 


5,549 


Al legany 


10 , 738 


1 ^S7 


1 ~KL1 

1 , J4 / 


l ~\ ^A 

JL , -7 JO 


1 ^AA 


1, 119 


1,082 




202 


236 


188 


98 


^5 


955 


565 


Anne Arundel 


39,855 


A ^19 


A 81 8 


A 9 1 


L. 9 A8 


2 , 661 


999 

£.'£. 


107 


402 


63 


248 


98 


169 


1 , 248 


1 , 405 


Baltimore City 


82,038 


1 A LV\1 


1 "7. A ^7 


Q Q ? 1 


1 1 S7n 


8 7Q 1 


Jj ? J J 










88 
00 




9 Ql S 




Baltimore 


74,875 


in Aii 


1 8A 1 


in q 9 

J-U , 7 £ J 


Q 8 91 


10 , 468 


Q 8A. ? 


\ 


I 


I 


RL1 

OH / 


^9Q 




1 517 




Calvert 


3,652 


536 


528 


631 


488 


343 


280 


- 


- 


- 


89 


29 




404 


144 


Caroline 


o nft"7 
J , Uo / 


A 1 A 


A AH 


A AH 


















A s 




9 1 "\ 

£. 1 J 


Carroll 


10,812 


ly LJJ 


o nil 


Qft 1 

vol 


^ 1 A 
J LH 


Jt7 


o i n 




259 


57 


oo 


7^ 
JJ 


OA 
ZH 




1 J 1 


Cecil 


7,731 


i i nn 


1 y 1 JO 


1 , U J J 




I D 


j j. 








1 JO 


1 7 


AA 
04 




An s 


Charles 


8,053 




I y JO J 


1 y J 1U 


inc 
1U J 








148 


278 




A "X 7 






771 
/ / 1 


87 

/ 


Dorchester 


3,607 


687 


581 


520 


493 


495 


269 




26 


- 


36 


29 


21 






Frederick 


Li, 1 U I 


1,678 


1,727 


1 , 487 


1 , 250 


734 


692 




12 


15 






/y 


291 


29 / 


Garrett 


2,987 


429 


4/ / 


446 


414 


372 


TOT 

38 / 








Q 1 

01 




/. n 
4U 


1 1 R 
11 J 


8Q 
07 


Harford 


17,622 


3, 283 


3 , 041 


2,735 


2 , 587 


2,061 


1,628 




14 J 


1 AQ 

ID 7 


1 1 J 


JD 








Howard 


13,737 


1,863 


1,717 


1, 793 


1,239 


1,050 


1, 292 








71 




158 


801 


732 


Kent 


2,541 


300 


314 


329 


290 


313 


234 








15 






316 


283 


Montgomery 


66,563 


10,478 


10,405 


10,231 


9,951 


9,570 


7,795 


213 


350 


323 


490 


169 


26 


961 


177 


Prince George' s 
Queen Anne' s 


75,057 


10,612 


12,440 


12,799 


7,094 


4,074 


3,040 


145 


9 


193 


517 


222 


290 


963 


391 


2,397 


489 


459 


289 


338 


228 


176 








20 






110 


175 


St. Mary's 


6,318 


952 


917 


1,049 


839 


705 


652 


35 






49 


31 




1,069 




Somerset 


2,719 


434 


375 


377 


358 


249 


250 








40 


42 




74 




Talbot 


2,690 


625 


491 


424 


293 


235 


241 


103 


103 


131 


13 










Washington 


13,316 


1,846 


2,377 


1,414 


1,292 


850 


777 


95 


328 


202 


46 


18 


111 


854 


255 


Wicomico 


6,583 


1,058 


1,080 


1,069 


1,013 


956 


806 








49 


28 


15 






Worcester 


3,649 


515 


502 


542 


184 


103 


147 


43 


144 


46 


27 


16 


18 







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 

26 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Reading 


Speech 


Dramatics 


Creative 
Wr i ting 


Ex- 
pository 
Wr i ting 


Advanced 


Eng 1 i sh 


Other 
English 


Remedial 


Cor- 

r ec t i ve 


Ad- 
vanced 


Public 
Speaking 


Ther- 
apy 


I 


II 


xxsl t i on 


Compo- 
sition 

and 
Grammar 


Litera- 
ture 


I 


II 


Un- 
graded 


I 


II 


Total State 


5 , 202 


901 


5 , 124 


5,696 


615 


4,134 


219 


42 


4, 546 


1,426 


1,528 


3,062 


5,322 


3,720 


5,789 


39,518 


Al legany 


284 


361 


- 


30 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


73 






17 




76 


Anne Arundel 


191 


- 


992 


151 


31 


1,034 


93 




1 , 326 


103 


93 


384 


3,371 


558 


179 


1 , 118 


Baltimore City 


3,025 


- 


- 


654 


108 


565 






392 


74 


311 


786 


1,044 




2,402 


4,721 


Bal timore 


- 


- 


689 


2, 349 


48 


420 


34 




795 


597 


99 


- 


- 


442 


6 


4, 173 


Calvert 










13 












16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


151 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










750 


Car ro 1 1 


299 


24 


220 


52 


85 


- 


18 




139 


16 


1 26 


321 


453 


281 


217 


1,616 


Cecil 


24 


- 


- 






27 


- 














75 




2,832 


Charles 


33 


23 


81 






100 






7 7 7 


7 A 


7A 


227 


146 


203 


426 


255 


Dorches ter 


18 




61 






12 


- 










163 


- 


4 


22 


170 


Frederick 


186 


24 


187 


849 


31 


- 


- 


- 


129 


72 


55 










2,906 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


- 




24 




20 


64 










Harford 


173 


- 


585 


60 


36 


154 


43 


32 




7 7 




68 


75 


119 


30 


250 


Howard 


41 


64 


751 


373 




13 




10 


186 


100 


170 


237 


56 


92 


346 


582 


Kent 












18 












20 


- 


- 


- 


109 


Montgomery 


289 


50 


220 


241 


79 


1,077 


23 




478 


218 


83 


1 ft 1 




A 7 




7 77 7 


Prince George' s 


210 


127 


1,048 


644 


30 


607 






683 


158 


279 


454 


116 


1,655 


1,854 


14,403 


Queen Ann< ' s 


22 






73 


12 














6 










St. Mary's 




















20 














Somerset 


294 


201 




























25 


Talbot 






















25 










6 


Washington 






206 


180 




31 


8 




10 




25 


21 


19 


17 


99 


2,235 


Wicomico 


34 


27 














21 


17 


71 


46 








293 


Worcester 


79 




84 


40 


111 


47 










48 


84 


42 


175 


77 


575 



TABLE 

27 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Social 


History 


Geography 




Soc la 1 


S tud ie s 




Civics 
Grade 
8 or 9 


History 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

Q 




Grade 
9 


uldUc 

7 


\J L dUc 

8 


ul dUc 

9 


Comb i ~ 
nation 


World 


United 
States 


Ancient 

and 
Medieval 


Total State 


389,868 


5,846 


23,892 


1,053 


12 , 854 


10, 182 


4, 265 


50,551 


32,878 


32,268 


2,603 


11,468 


19,178 


68,813 


1 , 854 


Allegany 


8,357 


- 


764 


- 


- 


- 


836 


1,360 


441 


487 






1,305 


1,483 


- 


Anne Arundel 


34,086 


21 


619 


28 


122 






1 ^ A 1 

J> y DO 1 


7 T ft ft 

J y ZOO 


Z , JO 1 




ftn i 

OV 1 


1 , 166 


8 , 919 




Baltimore City 


61,894 




13, 246 










14,344 










2 , 544 


1 1 , 449 




Bal timore 


63,201 


- 












10,397 


10,734 


14,239 


- 


- 


749 


10 , 666 




Calvert 


2,752 


536 












- 


- 


- 


- 


532 




441 




Caroline 


2,495 


- 




- 


- 




- 


422 


463 


- 


- 


447 


357 


389 


- 


Carroll 


8,323 


610 


- 






627 




1 , 068 


960 


1,436 






233 


1,619 


129 


Cecil 


5,593 


• 


786 




1, 123 




25 


194 


153 


337 


_ 


719 


901 


915 




Charles 


6,887 


599 


- 










898 


535 


845 


- 


611 




1,122 


39 


Dorches ter 


3,208 




351 




205 




51 


- 


- 


- 


- 


346 


324 


888 




Frederick 


9,766 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,827 


1,834 


1,340 


1,149 


- 


428 


1,421 


- 


Garrett 


2,513 


- 


165 


- 


126 


- 


18 


308 


342 


14 




441 


411 


358 


■ 


Harford 


14,570 


2,164 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,116 


Ilk 


756 


457 


_ 


2,002 


1,716 


2,403 


17 


Howard 


9,675 


120 


■ 








719 


1,522 


1,668 


887 


43 


- 


872 


1,903 


28 


Kent 


1,603 














278 


332 


_ 


- 


- 


294 


296 




Montgomery 


58,381 


241 


147 


796 


9,028 


9,525 




1,556 


1,263 


303 


602 




3,694 


10,039 


284 


Prince George' s 


64,412 


246 


4,164 




97 






9,460 


8,123 


8,743 


623 


3,080 


1,959 


9,758 


1,302 


Queen Anne 1 s 


1,419 


98 


84 




33 


30 


30 


336 


281 






188 




64 




St. Mary's 


4,933 


982 


1,018 


















914 


716 


765 




Somerset 


2,560 




136 




232 






225 


241 






305 


364 


285 




Talbot 


2,228 


28 




29 






386 


476 


265 








377 


361 




Washington 


11,456 


21 


1,800 


200 


1,401 






581 


131 


432 


166 




229 


1,700 




Wicomico 


6,463 


180 


612 




487 






433 


525 






1,082 


330 


1,030 




Worcester 


3,093 












84 


531 


543 


367 






209 


539 


55 



TABLE 

27 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



1 rtc 5 1 I TtI 1 t~ 
LULd i- UU1L 


His tory 


Eco - 


• 

His to ry 
and 
Geography 
Special 
Areas 


Problems 

OI iU til 

Century 


American 
Govern- 
ment 


Cu 1 tura 1 
Anthro- 
pology 


Contem- 
porary 
Affairs 


Eco- 
nom- 
ics 


Soc iol- 

°gy 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Psychology 

and 
Sociology 


Inter- 
national 
Re lat ions 


Other 
Social 
Studies 


Modern 


Euro- 
pean 


Afro- 
Amer i- 


norni c s 

■A n (1 
S en i o r 
High 
Geo- 
graphy 


il State 


2,421 


1,982 


3,454 


5,432 


11,128 


8,676 


2,612 


1,895 


5,679 


1,767 


5,401 


14,448 


1,459 


11,614 


34,195 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


62 




336 


23 


- 


67 


110 


60 


704 


17 


- 


302 


Anne Arundel 


107 


404 


63 


1 AH 

loU 


5,511 


102 


613 


272 


10 


324 


943 


2, 274 




564 


3,947 


Baltimore City 


1,335 


15 


2,277 


2,296 


4,227 


2,315 


1,617 


155 


3,323 


320 


713 


1,211 


297 




210 


Bal timore 


- 


- 


35 


- 


387 


117 


_ 


_ 


_ 






2, 160 




10,952 


2,765 


Calvert 


- 


342 


628 


- 


- 




_ 


29 


17 


_ 


51 


56 






120 


Caroline 






_ 


68 


- 


115 


- 


- 


- 


40 


- 


73 


- 


- 


121 


Carro 1 1 


21 


- 


- 




21 


102 




129 


65 


58 


322 


409 






514 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


I 


















32 




408 


Charles 


108 


18 


- 


432 




_ 


63 


204 


415 


45 


174 


237 


324 




218 


Dorchester 


- 


22 


- 




_ 


106 


_ 


_ 






73 


74 


121 




647 


Frederick 


- 




- 


- 


29 


326 


- 


57 


67 


- 


30 


114 


120 


- 


1,024 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


11 




157 










13 


73 






76 


Harford 


238 


15 


- 


38 


61 


114 


_ 


53 


30 


28 


456 


573 


79 


; 


480 


Howard 


45 


18 


- 


- 


40 


28 


- 


92 


24 


_ 


231 


384 


100 


17 


934 


Kent 








- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


28 


_ 


. 


60 




_ 


304 


Montgomery 


.,,314 


368 


129 


786 


382 


2, 334 


45 


145 


147 


423 


1,529 


2,074 


246 




11,981 


Prince George' s 


253 


477 


309 


1,516 


2,250 


952 


173 


112 


705 


278 


573 


2,835 


115 


60 


6,249 


Queen Anne' s 










115 


106 












54 








St. Mary's 












267 




35 




16 


22 








198 


Somerset 








24 




110 










52 


113 






473 


Talbot 












139 






75 






92 








Washington 






13 


31 


134 


44 


45 


576 


676 




103 


466 




21 


2,686 


Wicomico 












813 








102 




\ 363 






506 


Worces ter 




303 




8 


105 


93 


33 


25 


30 


23 


g 


49 


8 







TABLE 

28 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



- 

Local Unit 


To tal 
Science 


General Science 


Sc ience- 
Vocational 


Life 
Science, 
Junior 
High 


Physical 
Science 


Earth 
Science 


Local 
Var i 3 1 ions 
of General 
and 
Applied 
S c ience 


Biology 


Advanced 
Biology 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


343, 


567 


50,825 


48,681 


31,536 


1, 


989 


460 


17, 


996 


16,610 


9,599 


26,747 


431 


48 


,926 


4 


195 


Allegany 


6. 


698 


- 


- 


197 




34 




1, 


371 


1,353 


409 


894 




1 


,262 




210 


Anne Arundel 


28, 


504 


2,499 


2,690 


2,496 




523 








- 


665 


706 




1 


077 




99 


Baltimore City 


61, 


928 


13,960 


13,710 


10,837 




~ 


- 




- 


- 


3,668 


317 


- 


11 


,982 




595 


Bal timore 


52, 


307 




in f> l l 


7)UJi 


1 


233 


418 








JO 


201 




6 


, 199 




557 


Calvert 


2, 


402 






114 




* 


- 




538 


541 




324 


93 




5 38 




46 


Caroline 


2, 


007 


424 


463 


446 












- 


- 




32 




165 






Carroll 


7, 


022 


267 


119 


658 




- 




1, 


386 


44 


748 


1,469 






341 




121 


Cecil 


4, 


798 


768 


1,008 


668 




116 


- 




364 


153 


25 


342 


- 




299 




- 


Charles 


5, 


799 


1 7"7Q 

1 9 5 / y 


1 1 1 1 






- 


- 




- 




1 ^ ^ 


427 


- 


1 


,022 




73 


Dorchester 


2, 


325 


483 


515 


337 




26 


- 




25 


23 


13 


235 


- 




433 




16 


Frederick 


8, 


747 


337 


23 


209 








1, 


439 


1,422 


333 


1,843 




1 


143 




200 


Garrett 


If 


964 


473 


446 


223 












- 


- 


196 






454 




21 


Harford 


12, 


923 


1,309 


1,099 


30 




21 


- 


1, 


698 


1,733 


29 


2,520 


121 


2, 


288 




89 


Howard 


8, 


141 


1,229 


1,162 


40 






- 




597 


510 


158 


1,346 


87 




800 




134 


Kent 


1, 


276 


273 


225 








- 










329 


- 




310 




24 


Montgomery 


51, 


308 


7,211 


6,507 


997 




32 


42 


2, 


771 


567 


743 


4, 7 20 


52 


6 


277 


1 


041 


Prince George' s 


58, 


469 


5, 370 


4,321 


3,431 








6, 


496 


8,695 


1,437 


8,887 


13 


9 


,634 




717 


Queen Anne' s 


1, 


617 


493 


360 


















408 






335 






St. Mary's 


4, 


116 


967 


913 


392 














596 


32 






306 






Somerset 


1, 


613 


265 


327 


379 




4 






26 




126 


46 






341 






Talbot 


1. 


894 


409 


414 


222 














11 


186 


33 




233 




28 


Washington 


10, 


022 


1,282 


1,592 












931 


700 


141 


285 




2 


579 




173 


Wicomico 


5, 


174 


608 


434 












354 


619 


232 


966 






394 






Worcester 


2, 


513 


522 


562 


184 












250 


52 


68 






514 




51 



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 

28 

* Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Biological 

Sciences 
Curriculum 
Study 
(BSCS) 


Botany, 
Horticul- 
ture, and 

Zoology 


Chetni s try 


Advanced 
Chemistry 


■ 

Cnemica 1 

Bond 
Approach 


Chemica 1 
Educa tion 
Ma ter ia 1 s 
Study 
(CHEMS) 


Physics 


Advanced 
Physics 


Physical 
Science 

S tudy 
Commi t tee 
(PSSC) 


Other 
Science 


LOUal o Id Lc 


16 260 


2 , 192 


19 , 436 


2 , 444 


167 


3,066 


6, 774 


212 


2 149 


32,872 


Allegany 


110 


- 


469 


20 


- 


- 


122 


- 


- 


247 


Anne Arundel 


734 


649 


1,784 


216 


- 


- 


493 


25 


48 


13,800 


D n 1 MfflAI'fl C 1 t"\7 

Ddl lllllUlt. \jlty 




266 


2,985 


305 






1,514 






1 , 789 


Ba 1 timort? 


1 7 ?Q 


317 


2 822 


727 




1 ,093 


1,113 


50 


798 


3,050 




137 




47 








24 








Caroline 


32 


- 


125 


- 


- 


- 


21 


- 


- 


249 


Carroll 


1,182 


- 


330 


38 




30 


99 


- 


30 


160 


Cecil 


576 




252 






37 


71 




25 


94 


Char le s 


343 


66 


239 


70 




55 


51 


17 




80 




53 




1 10 








20 






36 


Frederick 


690 


22 


370 


46 


- 


318 


181 


- 


30 


141 


Garrett 


- 




82 




- 




20 


- 




49 


ndL 1UIU 




23 


848 


206 






245 




34 


630 




776 




518 


67 


40 




162 


33 


14 


468 


Ken t 






56 






17 


14 






28 


Montgomery 


3,935 


580 


3,713 


283 




995 


1,040 


22 


605 


9,175 


Prince George' s 


2,355 


80 


3,439 


342 


127 


389 


1, 142 




460 


1,134 


'4.ueen Anne 1 s 














21 








St. Mary's 


565 




181 


21 






33 




27 


83 


Somerset 






73 








26 








Talbot 


181 




10 


16 




88 






39 


24 


Washington 


126 


137 


476 


57 




44 


175 


10 


39 


1,275 


Wicomico 


642 




335 


16 






159 


55 




360 


Worcester 


44 


52 


172 


14 






28 









TABLE 

29 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Ma the- 
matics 


General Mathematics 


University 
of Maryland 
Mathematics 
Proj ect 
(UMMaP) 


School 
Mathematics 
Study Group 

(SMSG) 


Mathe- 
matics 
Voca- 
t i ona 1 


Algebra 


Junior High 


Senior High 


Elementary 


Grade 
8 


Grade 

9 

or Higher 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nation 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 


Grades 
7 to 9 


Grades 
10 to 12 


Total State 


342,961 


65,131 


58,342 




30,222 


13,073 


6,417 




2,789 


6,055 


5,597 


1.437 


1,084 


1,928 


8,073 


44,652 


Allegany 


6, 135 


1,360 


1,062 




427 


448 


287 




60 




_ 


_ 


_ 


99 


263 


662 


Anne Arundel 


26,642 


5,641 


4,102 




3, 259 


1,165 


351 




194 


- 


- 


1,342 


- 




1,129 


3,021 


Baltimore City 


66,472 


14, 300 


13, 241 




7,401 


4,093 


786 




- 










338 




10,997 


Baltimore 


52,861 


10,104 


8,930 




5,759 


807 


801 




298 








89 


245 


L y W O U 


h 9Q 1 

O , i 7 1 


Calvert 


2,463 


536 


467 






587 


351 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




70 


221 


Caroline 


1,762 


416 


460 




295 


100 


67 




- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




- 


149 


Carroll 


7,067 


1,666 


1,489 




667 


447 


274 




27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


160 


110 


673 


Cecil 


4,812 


1,174 


1,115 




348 


286 


341 




87 






95 




- 




383 


Charles 


6,011 


1,279 


1,051 




536 


568 


183 




- 


134 








50 


ft 1 




Dorchester 


2,212 


502 


494 




319 


18 


135 


















290 


Frederick 


8,711 


1,597 


1,391 




498 


420 


345 




149 


- 




- 


- 


375 


- 


1,005 


Garrett 


1,957 


432 


470 




289 








86 












91 


138 


Harford 


12,239 


2,708 


2,749 




593 


652 


352 














124 


86 


854 


Howard 


8, 380 


1,688 


1,424 




211 


227 


121 




209 










— 


386 


1,044 


Kent 


1,534 


302 


405 




180 


184 


21 














- 




190 


Mong tomery 




3,772 


3,143 




2,216 


74 






280 


5,816 


5,469 




995 


33 


1,288 


8,027 


Prince George' s 


56,800 


11,992 


11,382 




5,595 


994 


160 




1,177 


105 


128 






389 


1,573 


8,012 


Queen Anne' s 


1,585 


427 


360 






188 


121 
















53 


119 


St. Mary's 


4,232 


967 


719 






443 


546 




87 










35 


194 


261 


Somerset 


1,749 


426 


424 




197 


192 


52 


















239 


Talbot 


1,771 


481 


306 




282 


164 






8 














196 


Washington 


8,709 


2,130 


1,903 




350 


663 


616 




127 










80 


187 


432 


Wicomico 


4,949 


998 


1,017 




564 


110 


426 
















168 


419 


Worcester 


2,498 


233 


238 




236 


243 


81 
















108 


139 



TABLE 

29 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Algebra 


Algebra 
and 
Trig- 
onome try 


Geome try 


Trigonometry 


and 


Calculus 


Analytic 
Geometry 

and 
Calculus 


Advanced 
Mathe- 
matics 


Applied 
Mathe- 
matics 
(Con- 
sumer) 


Other 
Mathe- 
matics 


Inter- 
mediate 


Ad- 
vanced 


Combi- 
nation 


Plane 


Plane 

and 
Solid 


jO HQ 

Geome try 


Ana lytic 
Geome try 


Probabil- 

i ty and 
Statistics 


.a i o ca ue 


18,849 


4,023 


2,593 


6,851 


8, 261 


20, 227 


241 


3, 202 


303 


1,517 


440 


9 A9S 

L , H L J 


10 340 


1 ft ftAQ 


Al 1 egany 


307 


- 


94 


86 


168 


414 


36 


18 








47 


152 


145 


Anne Arundel 


1 , 328 


204 




260 




2 , 500 




300 


20 


68 


6 


20 


29 


1,703 


Baltimore City 








2,346 


2 , 940 






318 


29 


155 


18 


702 


5,138 


3,670 


R a 1 t" i m/"» t" o 
Da 1 L J-lilU L c 


6 , 005 


1,058 








3,875 




1 , 5 18 




289 




1 103 


1,828 


1,775 


Calvert 


98 






36 


26 


30 














41 




C q y r\ lino 
\j a L <J 1 i. lit 






- 


76 


107 




- 


- 








23 




69 


Carroll 




ftQ 
07 




199 


7U 








- 


32 


- 


119 


52 


139 


Cecil 


1 Art 






215 


Zl J 








- 


- 


- 


60 




239 


Char 1 e s 


J JO 




Z J 




/■Q 
47 


1J7 




114 










199 


12 


Dorche s ter 


140 






17 


1 J J 


An 




H 


65 


15 






17 


15 


Freder ic K. 


198 


314 


- 


160 


229 


416 










40 


67 


62 


1,445 


Garrett 


OJ • 








JO 


7 


i j 




8 


- 




13 


112 


93 


Harford 


1 i in 


QH7 
7U / 




236 


1 A 

m 


7 

/ J*4 


i sn 

1 JU 




~ 


44 




47 


300 


519 


Howard 




IjJ 






1 AC 


/ Jl 




Z4l 




52 


; 


43 


39 


1, 152 


Kent 




75 






88 














16 


73 




Montgomery 


5,249 


452 


1,796 


914 


2,196 


5,655 


16 




41 


630 


119 


18 


743 


2,468 


Prince George' s 


1,924 


346 


365 


1,768 


1,331 


3,958 




506 


18 


114 


171 


69 


1,074 


3,649 


Queen Anne' s 


* 84 






140 




69 










24 








St. Mary's 


238 




214 






202 




57 






11 




220 


38 


Somerset 


99 








50 






16 








14 


25 


15 


Talbot 


112 






46 




71 








11 




31 


24 


39 


Washing ton 


247 


153 


46 


344 


263 


234 






105 


91 


32 




126 


580 


Wicomico 


208 


109 






130 


259 




98 






12 


24 




407 


Worces ter 


141 


18 


53 


8 


29 


81 


26 


12 


17 


16 






86 


" : " 



TABLE 

30 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Latin 


French 


To tal 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


1 


T T 
1 1 


T T T 
111 


1 V 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Leve 1 
I 


Level 
II 


Leve 1 
I 


Leve 1 
II 


Total State 


Z , OU7 


1 f, 1 Q 


659 


61 




470 


50,076 


7,882 


265 


7,659 


1,675 


10,085 


10,597 


7 , 135 


2, 381 


1,007 


1, 390 


Allegany 


167 


92 


75 


- 


- 


- 


1,406 


381 


- 


249 


~ 


288 


330 


114 


28 




16 


Anne Arundel 


9 A A 


J. / o 


7D 

/ VJ 








3, 516 


187 


- 


923 


45 


1, 194 


662 


358 


82 


2 


63 


Baltimore City 


9 "*A 
Z 


X JO 


LI 


z y 






1 860 


2,681 


120 


1,443 


862 


2 , 296 


1,661 


1 , 386 


220 


*191 




Baltimore 


1 1U 


AA 
OH- 


1 z 






14 


8,372 


88 


- 


1,706 


29 


1 246 


2, 371 


1,561 


617 


/313 


441 


Calvert 
















67 




113 


35 


48 


41 








38 


Caroline 








- 


- 


- 


407 


130 


- 


116 


- 


54 


66 


31 


10 




- 


Carroll 


1 JO 


1 (M 


Z 7 








417 


- 


- 


- 




205 


141 


56 








Cecil 














290 


- 


- 


- 


- 


169 


93 


27 


1 






Charles 














537 


98 


- 


35 


49 


212 


111 








32 


Dorches ter 


e; 












Z y / 










189 


44 


58 






6 


Frederick 


216 


78 


74 


- 


- 


64 


857 


- 


- 


- 


- 


477 


256 


58 


27 




39 


Garrett 
















90 


- 


- 


- 


86 


93 


27 






7 


Harford 


y d 


DZ 








1 Z 


Q AH 




■ 






468 


311 


78 


50 


9 


24 


Howard 


DO 


/■ 1 


1 1 






14 


9 9HA 
Z 9 ZWo 


A 7 A 








188 


512 


196 


75 


20 


29 


Kent 














209 


68 




45 




44 


22 


21 


9 






Mo n t" o nm ptv 
- ~ - tut i. y 


607 


312 


127 


15 




153 


10,675 


1,997 


96 


1,548 


325 


1,259 


2,174 


1,849 


914 


/318 


195 


Prince George' s 


452 


284 


37 






131 


5,945 


1, 128 




747 


176 


941 


1,170 


1,016 


261 


150 


356 


Queen Anne' s 














165 










78 


55 


26 


6 






St. Mary's 


46 


35 


11 








143 










75 


49 








19 


Somerset 














298 




49 






156 


40 


33 


12 




£ 


Talbot 


46 


33 


13 








150 










73 


49 


11 


11 


4 




Washington 


224 


123 


68 






33 


1,081 


291 




205 


51 


.106 


126 


195 


33 






Wicomico 


159 


44 


49 


17 




49 


428 






120 




101 


155 


34 


10 




f j 


Worcester 














230 










132 


65 








3: 



^Includes the following taking: French VI, 22; Traveline in France, 5; French for Survival, 77; Conversational French, 64. 
/Includes the following taking Conversational French: Baltimore, 70; Montgomery, 84. 



TABLE 

30 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Spanish 


German 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Gombi ~ 
na t ion 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
na tion 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


)tal State 


52 , 526 


A 90 1 




7 fi 1 


1 1Q7 


1 ' "3 7 Q 


12,673 


o , i i _> 


1 , 380 


1 , JO / 


1 10/. 

1 , its'* 


A 7 O ^ 


if i I i 


1 , / 1 / 


1 7Q 


1 1 L 


7G 


j / J 


Allegany 


822 


135 


- 


282 


- 


111 


182 


112 


- 


- 


- 




- 








- 




Anne Arundel 


2,747 


- 


- 


598 


284 


1,183 


351 


197 


56 


3 


7 5 




338 




1 7 
J J 







C A 


Baltimore City 


6,881 


1,476 


- 


1,299 


433 


1 , 603 


1 , 206 


690 


81 


5*93 




1 , 599 


962 


Alt 


1 CI 

I j4 


Q 
O 






Baltimore 


11,889 


- 


- 


2,431 


59 


2,821 


3, 299 


1,906 


614 


a 694 


65 


554 


253 


143 


98 


27 


5 


28 


Calvert 






































Caroline 


153 


- 


- 


- 


- 


134 


16 


3 


- 


- 


- 












- 




Carrol 1 


659 


- 


- 


- 


- 


375 


215 


56 


13 






Q T 7 


1 C 1 

lo 1 




1 7 

1 / 






jZ 


Cecil 


185 


- 


- 


- 


- 


106 


63 


Id 








1 C\C\ 


A A 








c 
J 


7 1 
Z 1 


Charles 


394 


- 


- 


- 


- 


280 


114 
























Dorchester 


83 












O / 


io 






















Frederick 


454 


- 


- 


- 


- 


209 


145 


20 


- 


- 


80 


56 


44 


12 




- 


- 




Garrett 




- 


- 


- 


- 














32 












7 *> 


Harford 


1, 263 


- 


- 


- 


- 


604 


£0 c: 


Q 9 


^o 




1 7 


AQ 1 


£.31 


1 1 L 


Q / 


L J 






Howard 


841 










473 


205 


78 


1 1 




7 A 


t Vi 


1 Do 


7Q 


7 






1 1 


Kent 


191 










114 


62 


li, 






















Montgomery 


14,256 


2,465 




1,597 


361 


3,321 


3,445 


1,963 


332 


b 486 


286 


1,348 


619 


371 


135 


27 


19 


177 


Prince George' s 


9,627 


2,125 




1,275 


260 


2,292 


2,056 


918 


155 


C92 


454 


1,067 


538 


280 


68 


20 




161 


Queen Anne' s 


' : 149 










88 


44 


17 






















St. Mary's 


300 






33 




153 


87 


15 


4 




















Somerset 






































Talbot 


163 










85 


54 








24 
















Washing ton 


617 










134 


273 


93 


26 


19 


72 


52 


21 










31 


Wicomico 


765 






95 




250 


255 


108 


38 




19 
















■ Worcester 


87 










43 


29 








15 

















Includes 54 taking Spanish for Survival. 

Includes the following taking: Spanish VI, 9; Spanish Culture, 80; Conversational Spanish 412. 
Includes the following taking: Spanish VI, 201; Spanish Culture, 148; Spanish for Travelers, 91. 
Includes 19 taking Spanish VI. 



TABLE 

30 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Russian 


Hebrew 


Other 
Foreign 
Languages 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


I 


II 


Total State 


c ca 


2 24 






JO 


O Q 1 
to 1 


Zo / 




1,727 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


Anne Arundel 












Q 
O 


Q 
O 






Baltimore City 


26 


26 














e70 


Baltimore 


436 


165 


108 


"154 


9 








f 1,412 


Calvert 


















- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


Car r o 1 1 












OA 


70 






Cecil 


















- 


Charles 


















- 


Dorchester 


















- 


Frederick. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 




















Harford 


-31 


1 A 


1 7 

1 / 












- 


Howard 


16 


7 


9 












- 


Kent 












30 


30 




- 


Montgomery 


38 


12 


6 




20 


40 


40 




6 I LH 


Prince George 1 s 


9 








9 


104 


104 




h 31 


Queen Anne' s 




















St. Mary's 




















Somerset 




















Talbot 




















Washing ton 












9 


9 






Wicomico 




















Worcester 





















d Includes the following taking: Russian IV, 20; Russian V, 9; Conversational Russian, 57. 
e Includes the following taking: Italian, 47; Swahili, 23. 

^Includes the following taking: Conversational Chinese, 27; Foreign Language Appreciation, 1,385. 

^Includes the following taking: Japanese, 21; Italian I and II, 6; Port of Call, 38; Introduction to Foreign Language, 149. 
Includes 31 taking Italian I and II. 



TABLE 

31 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Ag r i c u 1 - 
ture 


General 
Agriculture 


Orna- 
mental 
Horti- 

riil 1 1 1 t* f> 

U J L- U J. C 


Other 
Agr i c u 1 ~ 
ture 


Vocational Agriculture 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


I & II 
Combi - 
nation 


Ill & IV 
Combi- 
na tion 


Flor icul ture 
and 

Hor ticul ture 


Other 
Combi- 
na t ion 


Total State 


7,913 


376 


83 


] , 741 


2,373 


1,308 


589 


157 


350 


- 


- 


9 36 


- 


Al legany 


76 










76 
















Anne Arund2l 


161 






92 


39 


30 
















Baltimore City 


72 






72 




















Bal timore 


782 


130 




289 


157 




113 


44 








49 




Calvert 


31 




- 


- 


- 


21 


10 




- 


- 


- 




- 


Caroline 


97 






41 




31 




25 












Carroll 


550 






57 


307 


161 










_ 


25 


_ 


Cecil 


34 






16 


18 
















_ 


Charles 


51 






23 


- 


28 








_ 


_ 


_ 


m 


Dorchester 


221 


- 


- 


30 


- 


174 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,021 






166 


196 


30 3 


179 


21 


128 






28 




Garrett 


171 








66 


39 


56 




10 








_ 


Harford 


540 




30 


175 


121 


75 


31 




96 






12 




Howard 


60 


_ 




45 




15 










- 




- 


Kent 


97 






45 


" 




52 














Montgomery 


1,912 


31 


53 


L 1 1 


7 AQ 

/ 7 




13 


13 








822 




Prince George's 


614 


215 




222 


156 




21 














Queen Anne' s 


187 










80 






107 










St. Mary's 


138 






21 


20 


97 
















Somerset 


38 










38 
















Talbot 


83 








8 


58 


17 














Washington 


870 






184 


487 


71 


80 


48 












Wicomico 


81 






52 


29 


















Worces ter 


26 










11 




6 


1 











TABLE 

32 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Home 
Economics 


General Home Economics 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 

9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 


Grade 
1 2 


Combination 


Senior 

Prno T ATT1 


Other 


Total State 


102,690 


22,590 


26,197 


11,624 


1,328 


541 


525 


9,331 


6,376 


3,360 


Allegany 


2,706 


665 


666 


109 


23 


- 


- 


69 


184 


- 


Anne Arundel 


7 , 564 


1,709 


2,197 


994 


- 


- 


- 


1,930 


- 


12 


Baltimore City 


21,317 


4,821 


4,866 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


19,809 


2,062 


5,245 


5,082 


- 


- 


- 


1,838 


4,381 


18 


Calvert 


876 


225 


193 


- 


- 


- 


- 


266 


69 


- 


Caroline 


615 


144 


167 


91 


43 


- 


- 


54 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1,707 


392 


407 


- 


- 


- 


- 


105 


6 


566 


Cecil 


1, 115 


259 


336 


132 


- 


- 


- 


56 


- 


244 


Charles 


2,001 


501 


435 


299 


123 


36 


15 


274 


- 


278 


Dorchester 


664 


302 


115 


116 


17 


- 


44 


18 


35 


17 


Frederick. 


2,428 


541 


627 


142 


73 


44 


54 


576 


55 


171 


Garrett 


475 


63 


158 


32 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


- 


Harford 


2,598 


503 


624 


329 


126 


59 


80 


333 


104 


270 


Howard 


2,232 


715 


609 


92 


- 


- 


- 


183 


19 


473 


Kent 


372 


84 


79 


73 


57 


50 


29 








Montgomery 


10,156 


2,451 


1,890 


1,340 


172 






1,829 


666 


77 


Prince George' s 


17,499 


4,965 


5,033 


1,921 


352 


95 


61 


841 


413 


1,036 


Queen Anne' s 


337 


95 


77 










30 






St. Mary's 


1,217 


329 


251 


105 


23 


22 


52 


435 






Somerset 


391 


56 


105 


67 


17 


64 


58 


24 






Talbot 


611 


46 


421 










48 






Washington 


3,416 


914 


1,010 


325 


180 


62 


82 


337 


363 


38 


Wicomico 


1,660 


497 


420 


292 


104 


89 


50 


47 


18 


105 


Worcester 


924 


251 


266 


83 


18 


20 




38 


37 


55 



TABLE 

32 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Vocational Home Economics 



Local Unit 


I 


H 


III 


IV 


\j Kjl U U L 1 1 a LJ.UL1 


Clothing 
Management , 
Produc tion, 
and Services 


Food 
Management , 
Production, 
and Services 


Pare ATlH 

rtF PVii 1 Hrpn 


Ma. r r i 8SC 

a nH f hp 
aiiu wile 

Fami ly 


Other 


Total State 


3 


948 


2,494 


708 


333 


1,533 


2,023 


2,614 


3,810 


1,949 


1,406 


Al legany 




205 


178 


67 


24 


426 




51 


39 




_ 


Anne Arundel 




301 


160 


133 


14 


48 


_ 


66 


_ 


_ 


- 


Baltimore City 


2 


690 


1,577 


162 






2,023 


2,121 


1,342 


940 


775 


Bal timore 




- 






_ 


_ 






241 


942 


- 


Calvert 




96 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 


- 


- 


Caroline 




42 


38 




36 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 




45 


20 


14 


32 


- 


- 


- 


120 


- 


- 


Cecil 




37 


_ 




_ 


30 


- 


21 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 




~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 


- 


- 


Dorchester 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 
















_ 


145 


_ 


_ 


Garrett 




49 


8 


13 


10 


14 


- 


- 


72 


- 


30 


Harford 




17 


_ 


76 


- 


44 


- 


- 


33 


- 


- 


Howard 




30 


28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


21 


- 


37 


Kent 
























Montgomery 




47 


6 






54 




194 


1,363 


67 




Prince George' s 




266 


332 


239 


217 


855 




136 


332 




405 


Queen Anne ' s 






















135 


St. Mary's 
























Somerset 
























Talbot 




31 


23 






19 






23 






Washing ton 






69 












12 




24 


Wicomico 




20 


5 


4 




9 




- 








Worcester 




72 


50 






34 













TABLE 

33 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Industrial 

Arts 
Education 








General 


Industrial Arts 




Drawing 




General 


Woodwork 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 

V 


Grade 

1U 


Grade 
1 1 


Grade 
12 


Combi- 
nation 


Mechanical 


Other 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


116 


,475 


19 


,989 


23 


,169 


16,158 


1,191 


440 


319 


6,275 




235 


1,089 


276 


5 


477 


1,155 


5 


854 


1,209 


1,271 


6,239 


Allegany 


2 


,451 




613 




655 


465 


121 


24 


27 


59 












- 


- 




59 


23 


29 


74 


Anne Arundel 


Q 


, 4UD 


1 
1 


/■ /■ /■ 
, 444 


1 




605 


- 


- 


18 


2,665 






96 


56 






34 


i 


fl7Q 


275 


77 


- 


Baltimore City 


20 


,580 


1 


,916 


1 


,572 


517 


271 


41 


94 












4 


464 


- 






- 


- 


4,800 


Baltimore 


19 


,625 


1 


,717 


5 


,289 


4,888 


- 


- 


- 


603 


1, 


005 


417 


- 




- 


302 


1 


445 


- 


160 


- 


Calvert 




477 




- 




- 


169 


103 


- 


- 


205 




- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 




681 




199 




183 


123 


99 


43 


34 


- 














- 






- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1 
1 


|7U1 








^7Q 


72 


- 


- 


- 


65 






58 


10 




1 L 


- 




l so 


154 


56 


- 


Cecil 


1 


,480 




295 




380 


232 


- 


- 


- 


104 




51 


15 


29 




36 


9 






- 


- 


195 


Charles 


1 


,632 




264 




502 


263 


47 


- 


- 


361 




- 








- 


- 




- 


36 


- 


- 


Dorchester 




588 




160 




262 


16 


21 


15 


8 


23 




83 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


2 


,431 




484 




520 


213 


45 


20 


- 


272 




55 


30 






94 


23 




25 


- 


- 


91 


Garrett 




662 




76 




202 


132 


- 


- 


- 


76 




125 










- 






- 


- 


- 


Harford 


3 


,139 




599 




516 


378 


- 


- 


- 


107 




257 


76 


47 




18 


9 




356 


121 


23 


42 


Howard 


2 


,559 




612 




628 


195 


- 


- 


- 


261 




101 




22 




32 


28 




158 


68 


40 


80 


Kent 




291 




77 




77 


72 








41 


























Montgomery 


15 


,215 


2 


,503 


2 


,606 


2,826 








369 




721 


170 






267 


582 


1 


156 


320 


66 


530 


Prince George' s 


24 


,887 


6 


,200 


5 


,899 


3,962 


68 


19 




325 


1, 


113 


137 


87 




395 


100 


1 


347 


212 


820 


397 


Queen Anne' s 




296 




96 




84 














26 


25 












49 








St. Mary's 




934 




332 




254 


68 


26 






216 




20 


18 




















Somerset 




269 




60 




62 


88 


26 


33 






























Talbot 




511 




159 




150 


91 








59 




20 








32 














Washington 


3 


,498 




945 


1 


,111 


221 


118 


98 


57 


240 




126 


47 


25 




125 












30 


Wicomico 


1 


,938 




543 




429 


410 


176 


92 


48 


106 




26 










68 












Worcester 


1,024 




280 




316 


152 


70 


55 


33 


118 



























TABLE 

33 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


General 


Me talwork 


Elec- 
trici ty 


Elec- 
tronics 


Power 
Mechan- 
ics 


Printing 


Automotive Mechanics 
and Maintenance 


y 1 1 <i (' ■ 1 1 ' 

Arts 


Other 

1UUU 3 Ul i: 

Arts 
Education 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
na tion 


I 


1 1 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


2,951 


682 


256 


3,083 


2,219 


1 , 393 


1,571 


509 


294 


171 


1,228 


6 39 


238 


39 


210 


386 




Allegany 


62 


25 


29 




_ 


101 


_ 










40 


30 






_ 


15 


Anne Arundel 


438 


101 


36 




125 


62 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


143 


44 


_ 


_ 


271 


358 


Baltimore City 








2,490 


774 




1,216 








1, 150 








55 




1 y LIS} 


Baltimore 


714 


206 


56 




57 1 


326 




153 


88 


46 




48 


- 


- 








Calvert 




































Caroline 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


■ ■■ 






_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


82 


47 


36 


28 


54 


20 


42 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


51 


18 


Cecil 




_ 


- 


120 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




14 


Charles 


39 


25 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81 


14 


Dorche s ter 




































Frederick 


55 


29 


_ 


67 


22 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




_ 


26 


- 


- 


100 


19 


241 


Garrett 






_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


20 


9 


- 


- 




Harford 


208 


77 


45 


- 








48 


36 


- 


- 


119 


32 


10 


- 




^5 


Howard 


102 


14 




122 




7Q 






















17 


Kent 


































24 


Montgomery 


389 


29 




23 


535 


126 


167 








78 


189 


112 


20 


55 


570 


806 


Prince George' s 


844 


81 


54 


212 


138 


522 


146 


308 


170 


125 




52 








394 


760 


Queen Anne' s 


































16 


St. Mary's 




































Somerset 




































Talbot 




































Washington 


18 


48 




21 




157 






















111 


Wicomico 


































40 


Worcester 





































TABLE 

34 



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

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


To tal 
Vocational- 
Industrial 

and 
Vocational- 
Technical 
Education 


Air Condi- 
tioning 

and 
Refrig- 
eration 


Art 


Automo- 
tive 
Mechan- 
ics 


Beauty 
Opera tor 
Training- 
cosme- 
tology) 


Bu i 1 ding 
Trades , 
S tone- 
masonry, 
Tilesetting, 
Brick- 
laying 


Cabinet 
Making 


Car- 
pentry 


Draft- 
ing 


Elec- 
tricity 
and 

Elec- 
tronics 


Food 
Trades 


General 

Occu- 
pations 


Graphic 
Arts 


Ma- 
chine 
Shop 


Mainte- 
nance 
and 
Service 
Mechanic 


Total State 


48,600 


538 


361 


4,910 


2,325 


2,766 


524 


1,925 


2,628 


2,367 


729 


509 


435 


1,188 


890 


Allegany 


788 


26 


- 


69 


78 


32 


- 


35 


- 


- 


31 


10 


26 


19 


19 


Anne Arundel 


2,425 


40 




310 


59 


73 


21 


99 


36 


Ill 






34 


38 




Baltimore City 


12,013 


164 


160 


1,186 


644 


1,531 


182 


585 


1,593 


879 


172 


40 




235 


371 


Baltimore 


6,473 


20 


39 


995 


255 


36 


_ 


207 


161 


263 


111 




21 


270 


133 


Calver t 


229 






41 


40 


29 


_ 


29 


_ 


30 


27 


3 




_ 




Caroline 


187 


- 


- 


38 


35 


- 


23 


21 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- ; 


Carroll 


1, 139 






108 


132 


51 




68 


47 


47 


29 






85 


5 


Cecil 


819 


23 




84 


29 


32 




33 


21 


29 


34 




19 


32 




Charles 


660 


_ 


_ 


77 


68 


32 


_ 


34 




20 


_ 


13 


_ 


_ 


_ 1 


Dorchester 


572 


_ 


_ 


65 




23 


_ 


30 


_ 


28 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 1 


Frederick. 


3,081 


38 


- 


314 


- 


316 


- 


128 


234 


222 


61 


- 


78 


120 


52 


Garrett 


381 






53 








76 


84 


57 


45 






66 




Harford 


1,066 






116 


52 


33 


46 




87 


32 


31 






77 




Howard 


756 


30 


_ 


145 


81 


49 


_ 


53 


30 


82 




_ 


30 


15 


31 


Kent 


361 


_ 


_ 


64 


_ 


_ 


26 


45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


43 


38 


_ 


it J 


Montgomery 


7 , 781 


14 


99 


669 


416 


37 


163 


148 


208 


146 


13 


241 




119 


81 


Prince George' s 


6,189 


158 


28 


221 


190 


320 




175 


92 


273 


51 


106 


189 


81 


107 


Queen Anne' s 


432 






100 


100 






















St. Mary's 


688 






69 


33 


44 




38 




37 


29 


18 






29 


Somerset 


63 






























Talbot 


243 


13 




28 




18 




22 






13 








21 


Washington 


1,277 


12 


35 


52 


38 


56 


35 


47 




32 


25 


14 




31 




Wicomico 


698 






69 


27 


32 


28 


32 




79 


31 


21 






41 


Worcester 


279 






37 


48 


22 




20 






26 











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

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



TABLE 

34 



Local Unit 


MpH 1 f a I 
1 1C U 1 Let L 

Assis tant 


Me ta 1 
Work 


N G G d 1 G 

Trades 


Nu r s g s 
Aide 


Plumb- 
ing 
and Pipe- 
Fitting 


Practical 
Nursing 


Print- 
ing 


Radio 

and 

Tele- 
vision 


we 10- 
ing 


Distribu- 
tive 
Educa tion 


Diver si- 
t lea 

Occupa- 
tions 


Work 
Exper ience 
On -the -Job 
Training 


Other 
Vocational- 
Industrial 
Educa tion 


Vocational- 
Technical 
Educa tion 


1 State 


930 


588 


822 


269 


364 


783 


912 


680 


716 


3,873 


666 


9 302 


5 575 


1 07S 

1 , \J L J 


Allegany 


38 


- 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 


160 


- 


120 


18 


38 


Anne Arundel 


128 


35 




19 


40 


18 






38 


505 


- 


765 


56 


- 


Baltimore City 


136 


204 


670 


24 




317 


442 


168 


262 


680 




311 


I 057 




Ba 1 1 irnor e 


28 






49 


93 


132 


90 


36 


43 


809 


489 


620 


1 , 496 


77 


Calvert 


6 






14 


















10 




Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 




- 


29 




29 


31 


- 




25 


27 


- 




400 


26 


Ceci 1 


8 






7 




27 




21 


23 


57 




121 


219 




Char 1 es 


























393 


23 


Dorche s ter 




















127 




130 




169 


Frederick 


- 


68 


- 


- 


47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


78 


1,016 


162 


147 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 






- 


Harford 














18 






33 




364 


177 




Howard 


64 






32 


32 








17 


15 






50 




Kent 


58 














44 






43 








Montgomery 


41 


32 






64 




152 


364 


124 


320 




3,497 


637 


196 


Prince George' s 


423 


183 


44 


41 






189 


47 


97 


718 


56 


1,608 


559 


233 


Queen Anne 1 s 












109 














123 




St. Mary's 












26 












279 


22 




Somerset 
























63 






Talbot 








6 




11 








59 




21 


21 


10 


Washington 




66 


25 




24 


92 


21 




24 


188 




357 


27 


76 


Wicomico 






25 


13 


22 


20 






23 


111 




30 


64 


30 


Worcester 








29 


13 
















84 





TABLE 

35 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Business 
Educa- 
tion 


Intro- 
duction 
to 

Business 


Intro- 
duction to 
Business 
and 
Type- 
writing 


Business 
Ar i th- 
me tic 


Typewriting 


Type- 
writing 
and 
Short- 
hand 


Ad- 
vanced 
Type- 
writing 
and 
Office 
Prac tice 


Clerical 

Office 
Practice 


Clerical 
and 
Secretarial 
Office 
Practice 


Shorthand 


I 


II 


I 
and 
II 


Per sona 1 
Use 


I 


I 

II an 
I 


Total State 


1 32 , 30 / 


Q /■ ft 
O , HOC 


L , J 1 


1 S ^97 
iJj -5Z / 


31 , 244 


10,997 


189 


13,449 


? in? 


1 , 445 


6 , 239 


1 , 149 


6 


719 


2, 322 5 


Allegany 


2 , 355 


19 I 




ft 
J Zo 


658 


172 


_ 


182 




48 


109 


51 




231 


58 


Anne Arundel 


10,502 




77 


2,001 


2,351 


653 


20 


389 


323 


40 


703 


31 




394 


164 


Baltimore City 


31,069 


1,192 




3,146 


6,712 


2,619 


_ 


6,752 






3,892 


- 




776 


394 


Baltimore 


15, 721 






9 7^1 
Z j / J 1 


578 


1,322 


- ! 


1,569 


1,193 


840 


48 




1 


182 


569 


Calvert 


949 


125 




/. R 
HJ 


448 


83 












38 




73 


23 


Caroline 


1,132 


65 




O Q 
ZDV 


234 


104 


- 


- 








36 




46 


22 


Carroll 


2,637 


123 


_ 


269 


801 


265 


_ 


83 


_ 


44 


26 


35 




224 


66 


Cecil 


1,367 


163 




79 


332 


165 


_ 


83 




- 


155 


15 




130 


52 


Charles 


2 , 'oy 


O O 1 

etc 


Oft 

Zo 


1 J 7 


759 


204 


- 


45 


16 




92 






143 


13 


Dorches ter 




/. Q 






322 


88 


21 


5 






37 


29 




56 


L 1 


Frederick 


Q /. Q Q 

3, hVo 


JUj 


1 7 


R R R 
JJJ 


1,142 


279 


_ 


15 




13 


113 


96 




197 


87 : 


Garrett 


932 


130 




151 


283 


84 


_ 


- 


- 






28 






31 


Harford 


4,660 


241 




607 


1,117 


448 


11 


264 


- 


57 


131 


103 




342 


132 


Howard 


2,675 


64 


in/. 


0£ 1 

Zo 1 


649 


195 




416 






30 


72 




183 


48 


Kent 


bUb 


zv 




97 
Z / 


325 


47 








10 








23 


13 


Mon tgomery 


13, 195 


1, 334 


25 


926 


3,892 


945 


91 


1,612 


8 


24 


96 


287 




978 


182 


Prince George' s 


27,230 


2,478 


175 


2,415 


8,661 


2,526 


46 


1,092 


516 


340 


548 


299 


1 


,148 


281 


Queen Anne 1 s 


273 


71 






84 




















21 


St. Mary's 


1,730 


275 




39 


452 


236 




17 






81 






112 


31 


Somerset 


962 


163 




160 


266 


37 






46 




22 






37 


5 


Talbot 


812 


111 




113 


124 


43 




111 




4 


18 


11 




25 


12 


Washington 


3,380 


431 




458 


609 


274 




314 






108 


18 




221 


90 


Wicomico 


1,974 


246 




320 


361 


152 




370 






19 






94 




Worcester 


959 


202 




42 


84 


56 




130 




25 


11 






32 


7 



Si; 



TABLE 

35 



Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Secre- 
tarial 
Office 

Pra p f "i C P 


Bookkeeping 


Account- 
ing 


Business 
Eco- 
nomics 


Business 
Law 


Bus iness 

Eco- 
nomics 

and 
Bu s ine s s 

Law 


Business 
Organi- 
zation 

and 
Manage- 
ment 


Sales- 
manship 


Salesmanship 
and 


Data 
Pro- 
cessing 


Eco- 
nomics 
of 

Dis tr ibu- 
ion (Job 
Problems) 


Other 
Business 
Educa tion 


I 


T T 


I 

and 

T T 

j. i 


Business 
Economics 


Business 
Law 


Q. o La Lc 


572 


7 


823 


1,083 


214 


1 , 268 


1, 257 


2,615 


649 


368 


353 


173 


86 


3,903 


703 


8 


,867 


legany 






251 


- 


- 


8 




34 








- 


19 


15 






- 


inne Arundel 


140 




612 


63 


59 




189 


77 


41 


- 


- 


147 


- 


516 


224 


1 


,288 


laltimore City 


- 


1 


477 


260 


- 




460 


469 




- 




- 


- 


1,013 


- 


1 


907 


I 1 r" t m r\t" 
)dL J. UlLllU L fc. 




1 


696 


292 


- 


115 


86 


363 


195 




163 


- 


- 


356 






47 


,3.1 VQX t 






60 


- 


- 














- 


- 


9 






45 


; aro 1 ine 






123 


- 


- 






50 




5 




- 


- 


34 






144 


iarroll 


- 




59 


9 


- 


134 


12 


38 


25 


63 


- 


- 


- 


134 


- 




227 


; ;ecil 






135 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


31 




- 






.har 1 g s 


44 




177 


70 


- 








16 




40 


- 


- 


70 






361 


lorrhp t"PT 






18 


41 


- 


24 




33 




17 




- 


- 


155 






92 


L C U C L J. IS. 


33 




143 


23 


- 


89 




27 


77 






- 


- 


69 






198 


larrett 


12 




31 


12 


- 




- 






- 


- 


- 


8 




- 




90 


larf ord 






269 


- 


- 


127 




240 


12 


24 


32 


- 


- 


306 






197 


r\T.7 t* H 


14 




92 


19 


- 


81 


7 


30 


54 






- 


- 


116 






210 


!.en t 










65 
















28 


39 


. 






!nn to nmp r\r 
iu ii unic j- y 


16 




738 


45 


50 




20 


462 




22 


32 






226 


236 




926 


'rince George 1 s 


183 


1 


044 


138 




690 


329 


515 


170 


147 


86 


26 




737 


203 


2 


437 


>ueen Anne 1 s 


49 






8 












40 
















■ t. Mary ' s 


27 




181 


17 








51 












43 






168 


iomerset 






66 








68 


32 


















60 


'albot 






74 












35 


20 
















lashing ton 


31 




295 


51 


40 






130 




30 














280 


licomico 


23 




162 








65 














41 


40 




81 


lorcester 






120 


8 






21 


64 


24 
















109 








• 



TABLE 

36 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Total 



Physical Education 



Local Unit 


Physical 
and 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 




Grade 


11 


Grade 12 


Combination 


Other 




Health 


B 


G 


B 




G 


I 


J 


G 


B 


G 




B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 




Education 






































Total State 


olfl Oft 


33, HH\J 


Q Q A 1 
Ly , OH 1 


71 n/,Q 


ft 

Z«, 


7 77 


OA 
24 


Qftft 
7(30 


7 1 7 7 A 


1 7 £i7ft 


i ^ ft i n 


q 
' » 




7 951 


SftA 


o i qh 

L , 1 yU 


1 Q ^OA 






Allegany 


5,758 


534 


541 


573 




628 




259 


261 


86 


63 




- 


- 


- 


- 


459 


320 


22 


Anne Arundel 


70 7 on 


3,531 


2,468 


3,230 


2, 


153 


2 


044 


1,192 


281 


22 








- 


- 


3,408 


1,928 


51 


Baltimore City 


I.C. /, 1 A 


6,607 


5,061 


5,038 


4, 


907 




134 


3,110 


3,936 


3,674 




278 


1,318 


462 


714 


- 


- 


S 1 7 


Bal timore 


C £L Q in 
JD, o JU 


5,194 


4,970 


5,557 


5, 


310 


5 


861 


5,168 


5,424 


5,344 


A 

^> 


957 


4, 940 


2,002 


959 


294 


198 


48 


Calvert 


































i on 


Q 1 

7 J 




Caroline 


2,057 


247 


157 


226 




223 




90 


322 


113 


254 








- 


- 


76 


61 


12 1 


Carrol 1 


, DDH 


493 


414 


419 




441 




635 


703 


549 


436 




yH 


Q 1 

y L 


150 


41 


195 


91 


3c 


Cecil 


4, 578 


379 


516 


461 




329 




396 


378 


304 


465 








- 


14 


251 


183 




Charles 


6,172 


787 


636 


415 




533 




- 


- 


263 


123 




c. 1 
O 1 


OA 
ZD 


47 


15 


161 


87 




Dorchester 


1 , 872 


173 


156 


151 




162 






















OCT 
JJ / 


Z IO 




Frederick 


8,679 


878 


813 


820 




740 




501 


522 


131 


186 




120 


30 


32 


17 


1,029 


800 


1,4< 


Garrett 


1,624 


146 


129 


94 




155 




156 


119 


- 


- 








- 


- 


323 


324 




Harford 


10 , 376 


1,384 


1,450 


1,321 


I, 


277 




91 


124 


274 


163 






l i 




60 


914 


388 


5; 


Howard 


6,971 


517 


375 


499 




352 




86 




128 


9 1 




O 


zU 


1 

1 L 




7 Q 7 

17 J 


' 7ft ^ 
ZOJ 


A" 


Kent 


1,424 


31 


38 


15 




77 




166 


129 


149 


119 












180 


83 


(1 


Montgomery 


44,625 


4,123 


4,127 


3,920 


3, 


904 


3 


783 


3,486 


1,523 


990 




215 


155 


281 


26 


3,429 


3,151 


4,0' 


Prince George' s 


54,256 


5,967 


5,599 


5,972 


5, 


289 


5 


426 


4,912 


3,206 


2,807 


1, 


144 


531 


459 


171 


4,294 


1,923 


2,1 


Queen Anne' s 


1,521 


158 


234 


106 




162 








209 














71 


60 


2 1 


St. Mary's 


3,880 


527 


517 


393 




414 




194 


184 


95 


146 












145 


108 




Somerset 


1,581 


173 


150 


157 




154 




150 


115 


121 


92 




53 


49 


90 


95 


53 


84 




Talbot 


1,504 


23 


23 


28 




28 




51 


173 


83 


152 






30 




24 


493 


187 




Washing ton 


9,222 


841 


756 


908 




815 




160 


184 


139 


79 




43 








1,533 


1,498 


ll 


Wicomico 


6,221 


579 


583 


583 




540 




563 


500 


448 


443 




22 


48 


24 


54 


463 


250 




Worcester 


2,506 


148 


128 


163 




144 




242 


146 


166 


161 




25 




27 




75 


33 


2 



NOTE: Boys - B; Girls - G. 



TABLE 

36 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 












Physical 


and Health 


Education 








Other 


Health Education 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 




Grade 


10 


Grade 11 


Grade 


1 2 


Combina tion 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Other 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


C 




ijal State 


2,421 


1 , 883 


2,411 


1,753 


6 , 470 


5 , 584 


1 
1 




/. ^ i 


287 


37 


W 


97 


1 , 609 


1 , 292 


857 


1 , 86 3 


2, 288 


1 , 268 


150 


4, 906 


Allegany 


289 


105 


284 


110 


415 


461 








- 


- 


- 




58 


88 




- 


- 


- 


- 




Anne Arundel 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


364 


334 








- 


_ 






38 


61 


273 






358 




1 , j J i 


Baltimore City 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 












Bal timore 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 






- 


164 


8 












1 Calvert 


175 


172 


220 


186 


183 


176 
















193 


133 














Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


- 




80 




- 


- 


- 




52 


- 








- 


- 




Carroll 


130 


117 


131 


125 


214 


105 








61 


- 






- 


- 




O / 


Li. J 






\/a \ 
JH J 


Cecil 


85 


95 


99 


77 


67 


120 




156 




- 


- 




- 


51 


- 


- 




36 


68 






Charles 


98 


78 


79 


74 


688 


666 




- 




- 


- 






- 


- 




jyj 1 


1 18 






809 


Dorchester 










TOT 


ZJ't 
































Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




in 


232 


- 


- 


111 


/ Garrett 


"*%*■ 


- 


- 


- 


100 


78 




_ 




- 


- 




_ 


- 


- 


_ 












Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,309 


1,064 








- 


- 




- 


- 


20 


- 












Howard 


293 


274 


276 


297 


853 


924 
















70 


43 


47 


1 29 


1 16 








Kent 


53 


49 


59 


48 










_ 






_ 










49 


57 




_ 


55 


Mon tgomery 


938 


674 


1,007 


694 


1,063 


988 




487 


205 


226 


37 


40 


38 


44 




50 


65 


140 




150 


587 


Prince George' s 


232 


196 


93 


20 


144 


54 




285 


252 












122 


407 


862 


673 


308 




785 


Queen Anne' s 










291 


































St. Mary's 










427 


335 


























368 






Somerset 
































20 












Talbot 
















37 












144 


28 














Washington 










44 


45 
















959 


633 




109 


179 






132 


Wicomico 




































522 






551 


Worcester 


128 


123 


163 


122 
























I 52 






166 







TABLE 

37 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 







Music 


Basic 


Musicianship 


Chorus 


Music - 


Local Unit 


Total 








Combi- 








Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Small Groups 


Mus ic 


I 


II 


III 


nation 


I 


II 


III 


Ins trumental 


Total State 


153,262 


37,054 


8,337 


1,356 


3,551 


1,034 


65 


51 


11,910 


9,620 


8,545 


9,169 


Allegany 


5,128 


1,412 


1,319 


135 


_ 


45 


_ 


_ 


122 


137 


368 


255 


Anne Arundel 


14,081 


877 


282 


23 


551 


132 


- 


- 


166 


61 


2,116 


1 , 748 


Baltimore City 


23,288 


13,178 


51 


- 


1,391 




- 


- 


1,621 


1,320 


- 




Bal timore 


37,604 


12,393 


3,244 


- 


- 


118 


11 


- 


5,045 


2,437 


700 


1,222 


Calvert 


582 


173 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


177 


- 


69 


74 


Caroline 


1,097 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


138 


72 I 


Carroll 


3,649 


565 


402 


37 


286 




- 


- 


151 


438 


58 


447 


Cecil 


1,699 


206 


204 


51 


28 




- 


- 


- 


44 


206 


32 


Charles 


2,003 


505 


- 


- 


- 


16 


- 


- 


349 


78 


83 


115 


Dorchester 


1,252 


217 


23 


- 


- 


9 


- 


- 


51 


50 


- 


8 


Frederick 


4,622 


627 


693 


30 




48 






335 


361 


490 


411 


Garrett 


1, 118 


229 


25 


57 


34 




- 


- 


207 


111 


69 


9 


Harford 


5,569 


931 


305 


_ 


160 


53 


- 


- 


416 


271 


513 


889 


Howard 


2,960 


95 


142 


41 


326 


27 


32 


- 


34 


34 


313 


220 


Kent 


653 


127 


111 






_ 






183 






_ 


Montgomery 


15,200 


1,747 




59 


69 


213 


10 


28 


977 


972 


1, 100 


188 


Prince George' s 


17,784 


1,229 


107 


305 


505 


242 


7 


23 


1,544 


2,175 


1,334 


2,013 


Queen Anne' s 


566 


100 


97 






15 


5 




47 


24 


38 


94 


St. Mary's 


1,831 


519 


211 




93 


14 






59 


98 


168 


127 


Somerset 


490 


105 


115 


16 


21 








27 






43 


Talbot 


744 


262 


19 






13 






35 


76 




52 


Washington 


6,745 


742 








17 






' 270 


576 


491 


1,045 


Wicomico 


2,997 


687 


489 


320 


61 


72 






67 


222 


168 


82 


Worcester 


1,600 


128 


498 


282 


26 








27 


135 


123 


23 



TABLE 

37 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Band 


Orchestra 


Music 
History 
and 
Li terature 


Creative 
Music 
Arts 


Other 
Music 


Beginners 


Advanced 


Genera 1 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


9,228 


12,779 


8,960 


910 


791 


4,071 


1,463 


732 


23,586 


Allegany 


137 


382 


363 


20 


25 


83 




74 


251 


Anne Arundel 


214 


423 


946 


8 


9 


109 








Baltimore City 


744 


1,406 


286 


86 


23 




268 


24 


2,890 


Bal timore 


3,554 


1,684 


150 


417 


394 


2,616 


105 


150 


3,364 


Calvert 


- 


- 


64 


- 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


_ 


_ 


349 


_ 


_ 


_ 






538 


Car ro 1 1 


185 


520 


320 


47 


21 


58 


9 S 

LJ 




AS 

D J 


Cecil 


124 


230 


438 


- 


- 


- 






136 


Char les 


174 


445 


42 


- 


30 


- 


92 


26 


48 


Dorches ter 


84 


28 


277 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


505 


Frederick 


149 


623 


323 


3 


17 


_ 


119 


■ 


393 


Gar re 1 1 


116 


171 


64 


- 


- 


- 


?fi 

Cv 






Harford 


382 


434 


517 


22 


- 


218 


14 


208 


236 


Howard 


264 


317 


317 


- 


- 


24 


57 


79 


638 


Kent 




126 


56 








- 


- 


50 


Montgomery 


1,086 


2,376 


1,499 


166 


196 


565 


177 




3,772 


T ,Prince George's 


1,120 


1,995 


1,480 


80 


59 


269 


39 


186 


3,082 


Queen Anne' s 


30 


106 










10 






St. Mary's 


189 


145 


208 














Somerset 


10 


60 


93 














Talbot 


30 




200 








57 






Washing ton 


387 


882 


633 


44 




104 


22 




1,532 


Wicomico 


190 


322 


173 


17 


6 




14 




107 


Worcester 


59 


104 


162 




11 






11 


11 



TABLE 

38 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Art 


Arts 
and 
Crafts 


Art 


Funda- 
mentals 
of 
Art 


Com- 
mercial 
Art 


History 
of 
Art 


Paintings 
and 
Sculp- 
ture 


Ad- 
vanced 
Studio 
Experi- 
ences 


Other 
Art 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


132, 150 


15, 265 


A 1 


JOO 


23,743 


3,399 


1,831 


8,045 


12,453 


1 ,829 


147 


1 , 982 


4, 459 


17,611 


Allegany 


3,645 


364 


1 

1 ) 


1 1 1 
L 11 


1,188 


113 


88 


273 


312 






28 


48 


20 


Anne Arundel 


13,902 


378 


L, 


243 


228 


18 


50 


4,028 


1,704 


54 


27 


403 


2,403 


3, 366 


Baltimore City 


22,712 


- 


8, 


894 


5,677 


1,335 


328 


- 


3,779 


- 


- 


498 


92 


2,109 


Bal timore 


30, 194 


- 


1 f> 

ID , 


050 


9,092 


- 


24 


- 


2, 641 


1,040 


40 


569 


422 


316 


Calvert 


845 


- 




412 


127 








246 


- 


- 




26 


34 


Caroline 


1, 147 






257 


196 


107 


50 


- 












537 


Carroll 


2,118 


300 




924 


481 


- 


14 


- 


136 


115 






48 


100 


Cecil 


1,219 


292 




263 


150 


- 


- 


514 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


2,017 


217 


1 

1 > 


ill 


277 


55 




~ 








23 


18 


150 


Dorchester 


793 






247 


189 


40 














Id 


29 2 


Frederick 


3, 349 


562 




545 


435 


- 


429 


641 


120 


47 




1 lo 






Garrett 


694 


329 




94 


92 


80 


- 


80 






19 




_ 




Harford 


2,680 


760 




598 


373 


59 


20 


258 


241 


21 


32 


70 


43 


205 " 


Howard 


2,720 


541 




540 


JU / 




Z J 


J / L 


304 


24 




41 


26 


540 


Kent 


506 


81 




202 


145 


20 








JO 










Mnn rpnmPTv 


14,702 


5,802 


L, 


517 


18 


11 


446 


422 


2,410 


337 


14 


145 


1, 118 


2,462 


Prince George' s 


17,667 


3,472 


3, 


920 


2,821 


779 


230 


860 


171 


109 




62 


113 


5, 130 


Queen Anne' s 


119 


30 




45 


22 


7 










15 








St. Mary's 


1,589 






687 


457 


143 


43 


47 


158 


24 






30 




Somerset 


339 


24 




111 


204 




















Talbot 


487 






339 


112 


16 


8 














12 


Washing ton 


4,148 


1,438 




226 


51 


44 


22 


449 








25 


34 


1,859 


Wicomico 


2,818 


307 


1 


046 


757 


572 


35 


101 














Worcester 


1,740 


368 




7 38 


344 




19 




231 








13 


27 



TABLE 

39 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


Total 
Driver 
Education 


Driver Education 


Classroom 


Prac tice 


Classroom 

and 
Practice 


Total State 


23,938 


4,254 


1,315 


18,369 


Al legany 


991 


- 


- 


991 


Anne Arundel 


1,077 


- 


3 


1,074 


Baltimore City 


2,538 


- 


- 


2,538 


Bal timore 


1,829 


616 


605 


608 


Calvert 


237 


- 


- 


237 


Caroline 


415 


- 


- 


415 


Carroll 


504 


224 


50 


230 


Cecil 


202 


202 


- 


- 


Charles 


1,280 


32 


16 


1,232 


Dorches ter 


143 


89 


34 


20 


Frederick 


773 


432 


152 


189 


Garre tt 


474 


466 


2 


6 


Harford 


1,573 


416 


- 


1,157 


Howard 


288 


229 


- 


59 


Kent 


122 






122 


Montgomery 


5,145 


411 


225 


4,509 


Prince George's 


4,209 


281 


146 


3,782 


Queen Anne ' s 










St. Mary's 


238 


136 


30 


72 


Somerset 


24 


24 






Talbot 


270 


210 




60 


Washing ton 


835 






835 


Wicomico 


606 


379 


52 


175 


Worcester 


165 


107 




58 



« 



TABLE 



40 



Special 


Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall 


of 1974 


Local Uni t 


Total 
Special 
Education 


Special Education 


J unio r 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


24,352 


16,144 


8,208 


Allegany 


166 


104 


62 


Anne Arundel 


2,027 


1,331 


696 


Baltimore City 


5,826 


4,874 


952 


Ba 1 timore 


3,894 






Calvert 


248 


168 


80 


Caroline 


441 


237 


204 


Carroll 


274 


76 


198 


Cecil 


489 


311 


178 


Char les 


840 


/■ R/i 


JQD 


Dorchester 


333 


333 




Frederick 




203 


- 


Garrett 


111 


90 


21 


Harford 


671 


423 


248 


Howard 


698 


411 


287 


Kent 


55 


7 


48 


Montgomery 


3,069 


1,859 


1,210 


Prince George 1 s 


3,995 


2,541 


1,454 


Queen Anne ' s 


128 


65 


63 


St. Mary' s 


176 


131 


45 


Somerset 








Talbot 


85 




85 


Washing ton 


337 


123 


214 


Wicomico 


237 


117 


120 


Worcester 


49 


49 





TABLE 

41 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


1 O Lei 1 J L J LL 


l ft n 


18. 5 


17.5 


Al legany 


18.6 


19.6 


17.7 


Anne Arundel 


18.8 


19.5 


18. 1 


Del 1 U llllUL L v.1 L\ 


19 . 4 


18. 7 


20. 1 


D q 1 f- t m/-s t~ a 
Do J L J.U1U J. C 


17.1 


17.8 


16.6 


Pal iror t 


18.6 


20. 8 


16 . 5 


Caroline 


17.9 


18.5 


17.2 


Carroll 


17.8 


17.9 


17.8 


Cecil 


20.0 


20. 3 


19.5 




19 . 


22. A 


15.9 


T~l /\ ^- ^ h C o t" 


16. 7 


17 . 3 


16. 2 


Frederick 


18.6 


18.4 


18.8 


Garrett 


18.6 


18.3 


19.0 


Eld L 1 ULU 


17 . 6 


18.9 


16. 3 


Hnua T H 


17. 7 


18.4 


16.9 


Ken l 


16 . 


15.0 


17.0 


Montgomery 


16.9 


17.7 


16.3 


Prince George's 


17.9 


18. 1 


17.7 


Queen Anne' s 


18.0 


18.3 


17.7 


St. Mary's 


18.0 


Z1.9 


14.7 


Somerset 


18.2 


20.6 


16.2 


Talbot 


15.1 


16.8 


13.6 


Washington 


17.8 


20.0 


16.0 


Wicomico 


17.8 


18.7 


16.9 


Worcester 


16.0 


16.0 


16.0 



TABLE 

42 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



■ 

Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre- 
kindergar ten 


Kindergarten 


Grades 1- 


•6 


Total State 


888,318.7 


474,900 





4,041. 2 


58 


,565 


2 


412,293 


6 


413. 


418. 7 


Allegany 


16,392 


3 


8, 265 


o 


- 


1 


,076 


1 


7,188 


9 


8. 


127.3 


Anne Arundel 


77,443 


7 


41,499 


4 


88. 2 


5,238 


6 


36,172 


6 


35. 


944. 3 


Baltimore City 


172,526 





95,738 





2,010.0 


10 


,897 





82,831 





76, 


788.0 


Baltimore 


125,329 





62,580 


4 


106.9 


7 


,718 


4 


54,755 


1 


62, 


748.6 


Calvert 


6,773 


1 


3,815 


2 


114.8 




426 


3 


3,274 


1 


2. 


957.9 


Caroline 


5,189 


7 


2, 715. 


8 


- 




342 


7 


2,373. 1 


2. 
* > 


473.9 


Car ro 1 1 


18,686 


1 


10, 101 


7 


- 


1 


,240 


9 


8,860. 


8 


8. 


584. 4 


Cecil 


13,283. 





7,337 


3 


- 




942 


6 


6,394 


7 


5, 


945.7 


Charles 


16,569 


4 


9,526 


5 


119.5 


1 


,128 


6 


8,278 


4 


7, 


042.9 


Dorchester 


6,096 


3 


3,183 


4 






325 


6 


2,857 


8 


2, 


912.9 


Frederick 


21,928 


2 


11,724 


8 


- 


1 


,525.6 


10,199 


2 


10, 


203.4 




5,690 


7 


3,164 


8 


- 




438 


4 


2,726 


4 


2, 


525.9 


Harford 


33,132 


5 


18,415 


5 


111.0 


2 


,304 


4 


16,000 


1 


14, 


717.0 


Howard 


23,081 





12,807 


7 




1 


,687 


1 


11, 120 


6 


10, 


273.3 


Kent 


3,578 


2 


1,792 


9 






214 


1 


1,578 


8 


1, 


785.3 


Montgomery 


123,801.2 


63,534 


8 


766.9 


8 


,492.4 


54,275 


5 


60, 


266.4 


Prince George' s 


149,651 


7 


80,961 


7 


221.8 


9 


,905 


4 


70,834 


5 


68, 


690.0 


Queen Anne' s 


4,641 


7 


2,441 


5 






304.7 


2,136 


8 


2, 


200. 2 


St. Mary's 


11,964 


2 


7,027 





79.2 




974.6 


5,973 


2 


4, 


937.2 


Somerset 


4,323 


9 


2,298.3 






278. 


4 


2,019 


9 


2,025.6 


Talbot 


4,751 


4 


2,501 


6 






293. 


1 


2,208 


5 


2, 


249.8 


Washington 


23,412 


2 


12,563 


8 


309. 3 


1 


,577. 


2 


10,677 


3 


10, 


848.4 


Wicomico 


13,670 





7,560 





113.6 




839. 


6 


6,606. 


8 


6, 


110.0 


Worcester 


6,403 


2 


3,342 


9 






393. 


4 


2,949 


5 


3, 


060.3 



TABLE 

43 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12-: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 










!'< r< i nt 


Attendanc 


e 




Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Prekgn. 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grade s 
1-6 




Total 


Prekgn. 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


\l State 


804,413.0 


441,438.2 


3,427.9 


53,009. 


7 


385,000. 


6 


362,674 


8 


90. 


5 


92.9 


84.8 


90. 


5 


93.4 


8 / . / 


Allegany 


15,458. 


4 


7,833 


1 




980. 


1 


6,853. 





7,625.3 


94 


3 


94.8 




91 


1 


95. 3 


93.8 


Anne Arundel 


71,259. 


5 


38,918 


3 


76. 3 


4,774. 


4 


34 067. 


6 


32, 341 


2 


92 





93 


8 


86 . 5 


91 


1 


94 . 2 


90.0 


Baltimore City 


143, 166. 





84,835 





1,654.0 


9,380. 





73,801. 





58, 331 


o 


83 





88.6 


82. 3 


86 


1 


89. 1 


/o . U 


Baltimore 


115,556. 


3 


58,785.0 


93.1 


7,009. 


2 


51,682. 


7 


56,771 


3 


92 


2 


93 


9 


87.1 


90. 


8 


94.4 


on ^ 


Calvert 


6,154. 


6 


3,533 


2 


100.9 


386. 


3 


3,046. 





2,621 


4 


90 


9 


92. 




87.9 


90 


6 


93.0 


fifi A 
OO . O 


Caroline 


4,818. 


7 


2,563 


1 




316. 


5 


2,246. 


6 


2,255 


6 


92 


9 


94.4 




92 


3 




91.2 


Carroll 


17,480 


5 


9,553 


2 




1, 134. 


2 


8,419. 





7,927 


3 


93 


5 


94. 


6 




91 


4 




92.3 


Cecil 


12,258.4 


6,881. 


8 




856. 


4 


6,025. 


4 


5,376 


6 


92. 


3 


93. 


8 




90. 


9 


94. 2 


on u 


Charles 


15,286 


2 


8,961 


2 


110.0 


1,037. 





7,814. 


2 


6,325 





92 


3 


94 


1 


92. 1 


91 


9 


94.4 


RQ ft 


Dorche s ter 


5,650 


3 


3,010 


1 


- 


296. 


8 


2,713. 


3 


2,640 


2 


92 


7 


94 


6 


- 


91 


1 


94.9 


90. 6 


Frederick 


20,286. 


2 


11,023 


2 




1,404. 


1 


9,619. 1 


9,263 





92 


5 


94 







92 





94. 3 


90.8 


Garrett 


5,299 


3 


2,955 


1 




371. 


5 


2,583.6 


2,344 


2 


93 


1 


93 


4 




84 


7 


OA a 


92.8 


Harford 


30,984 


6 


17,400 


6 


97.2 


2,119. 


4 


15, 184.0 


13,584 





93 


5 


94 


5 


87.6 


92 





94.9 


9? 3 


Howard 


21,566 


8 


12, 124 


5 




1,556. 





10,568. 


5 


9,442 


3 


93 


4 


94 


7 




92 


2 


95.0 


91.9 


Kent 


3,340 


1 


1,698 


2 




197. 


1 


1,501. 


1 


1,641 


9 


93 


3 


94 


7 




92 


1 


95.1 


q? n 
— . . \j 


Montgomery 


114,242 


3 


59,655 


7 


657.0 


7,798. 


2 


51,200. 


5 


54,586 


6 


92 


3 


$3 


9 


85.7 


91 


8 


94. 3 


90.6 


Prince George' s 


136,908 





76,037 


6 


195.6 


9,085. 


1 


66,756. 


9 


60,870 


4 


91 


5 


93 


9 


88.2 


91 


7 


94.2 


88.6 


Queen Anne' s 


4,268 


2 


2,282 


4 




282. 


7 


1,999. 


7 


1,985 


8 


91 


9 


93 


5 




92 


8 


93.6 


90.3 


St. Mary' s 


11,015 


6 


6,612 





73.5 


899. 





5,639. 


5 


4,403 


6 


92 


1 


94 


1 


92.8 


92 


2 


94.4 


89.2 


Somerset 


3,991 


6 


2,171 


4 




257. 


2 


1,914. 


2 


1,820 


2 


92 


3 


94 


5 




92 


4 


94.8 


89.9 


Talbot 


4,378. 1 


2,340 


4 




268. 


6 


2,071. 


8 


2,037 


7 


92 


1 


93 


6 




91 


6 


93.8 


90.6 


Washington 


21,814 


5 


11,857 


8 


264.9 


1,448. 


1 


10,144. 


8 


9,956 


7 


93 


2 


94.4 


85.7 


91 


8 


95.0 


91.8 


Wicomico 


12,876. 


4 


7,212. 


8 


105.4 


782. 


9 


6,324.5 


5,663 


6 


94. 


2 


95.4 


92.8 


93 


3 


95.7 


92.7 


Worcester 


6,052 


4 


3, 192 


5 




368. 


9 


2,823. 


6 


2,859 


9 


94 


5 


95 


5 




93 


8 


95.7 


93.5 



TABLE 

44 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1974 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


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 


Worcester 


All Schools 


967 


29 


78 


154 


114 


8 


5 


17 


16 


17 


13 


27 


15 


27 


23 


5 


148 


172 


6 


18 


12 


8 


30 


18 


7 


30 


or 


less 


3 






1 


















1 
















1 










31 


_ 


60 


19 




3 


4 




1 








1 


1 








1 






3 






3 








2 


61 


_ 


90 


18 


1 




4 


2 






1 






1 




3 










3 






1 






1 


1 


91 


_ 


120 


13 


2 




2 








1 


















2 


2 










2 


2 




121 


_ 


150 


11 






1 


1 






1 






2 




1 








2 


1 




1 












151 


_ 


180 


19 


3 


\ 


2 


1 








1 


1 


1 




3 












1 


1 




2 




1 




181 


_ 


210 


21 


3 


3 


1 


2 












2 




2 


1 




2 


2 






1 




1 








211 


_ 


240 


26 


2 


1 


2 


1 










1 














9 


2 


1 


1 


1 




3 


1 




241 


_ 


270 


36 


4 


2 


3 


3 


1 






1 








1 


2 






5 


7 




1 






4 






271 


- 


300 


9 7 




1 


1 


9 

Cm 






9 

L 


3 




1 






1 


1 






2 




3 




1 


2 






301 




330 


36 


1 


4 


2 


1 






1 




1 


9 












12 


5 




2 


1 


1 


3 






331 




360 


49 


2 


3 


2 


2 




1 






2 




3 


2 


I 




2 


15 


7 


1 




4 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


361 




390 


46 




4 


2 


7 


1 






3 




1 








1 


1 


11 


11 


1 








3 






391 




420 


48 


1 


2 


4 


2 








2 




1 




1 




3 




13 


11 


1 


2 


1 


1 


2 




1 


421 




450 


52 


2 


4 


7 


7 






2 








2 




1 






9 


15 




1 






2 






451 




480 


57 






6 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 




3 




2 


4 




6 


15 




1 






1 




1 


481 




510 


61 


2 


5 


9 


4 






1 


1 






1 




2 


2 




11 


17 


1 


2 






1 


1 


1 


511 




540 


51 




3 


6 


6 


1 












3 






3 




11 


15 










1 


2 




541 




570 


54 


1 


7 


9 


9 










1 


1 


2 




1 


4 




6 


9 




1 








3 




571 




600 


49 




6 


5 


6 






1 


1 


3 




2 




1 


3 




8 


12 














1 


601 




660 


86 




8 


8 


21 




2 




2 


4 




2 




2 


1 




12 


19 










2 


3 




661 




720 


54 




8 


17 


8 




1 


1 








1 


1 


2 






4 


11 
















721 




780 


48 




4 


17 


11 


1 




1 


1 










5 






2 


4 










2 






781 




840 


25 




1 


8 


8 


1 




3 








.1 




1 












1 






1 






841 




900 


17 


1 


5 


5 


2 


















2 








1 












1 




901 




960 


10 




2 


2 












1 




1 




3 






1 


















961 




1,020 


8 






6 








1 
































1 




1,021 




1,080 


3 






2 
















1 




























1,081 




1,140 


6 




1 


4 








































1 




1,141 




1,200 


5 






4 




















1 
























1,201 




over 


9 






8 




1 









































*Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools. 



TABLE 

45 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1974 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bal timore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery j 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's | 
1 


4_i 

01 
in 
u 

§ 
o 

CO 


Ta 1 bo t 


Washington 


Wicomico 


u 
V 
tl 
in 

OI 

CI 
M 
O 


All Schools 


OIL 


Q 
O 


L J 


K 1 
J 1 


A 7 


-) 
J 




1 1 


Q 
7 


Q 


D 


7 
/ 


z 




l 7 


J 




D 1 




O 


4 


c 
J 


1*4 





7 


50 


or 


less 


1 
1 






1 


































~ 








— 


51 




100 


l. 
H 




1 
I 


1 
1 




























7 
















101 


_ 


150 


c 
D 






J 














1 
1 












1 
L 


















151 




200 


it 




















1 
1 




















— 


1 








201 


_ 


250 


Q 
D 










1 
1 
















l 




1 
1 




















251 


_ 


300 


J 






L 












































301 


_ 


350 


D 






J 


































1 








1 


351 


_ 


400 ^ 


Q 

o 






1 

L 






1 
























2 






1 








401 


_ 


450 


A 






I 






















i 








1 








1 






451 


_ 


500 


7 
/ 


































I 










2 






501 


- 


600 


9 1 






I 






I 


3 


2 
















3 


1 






3 






2 




601 




700 


14 






[ 


I 




I 
















3 




1 












2 






701 




800 


34 


4 


1 


1 


2 


1 




_ 


4 


i 






_ 


_ 


1 


1 


7 


7 


_ 


1 




1 


1 


_ 




801 




900 


30 




1 


1 








1 






1 




1 


2 


1 




5 


10 




2 






4 




j 


901 




lyooo 


27 








2 


1 


1 


2 








2 






2 




6 


9 
















1,001 




1,100 


31 




2 


2 


4 






1 






1 








2 




6 


12 










1 






1,101 




1,200 


28 




3 


2 


7 








1 






2 




1 




1 


5 


2 








1 


1 


1 




1,201 




1,300 


22 


1 


1 




8 








1 






1 




1 






4 


4 












1 




1,301 




1,400 


19 


1 




5 


4 






1 














2 




5 














1 




1,401 




1,500 


11 


1 




4 


2 


























1 


1 










1 




1,501 




1,600 


17 




1 


1 


6 
















1 


2 






1 


1 




2 






1 






1,601 




1,700 


10 




2 




1 






1 


















t 3 


3 
















1,701 




1,800 


8 




2 




1 










i 








1 






2 












1 






1,801 




1,900 


7 






1 


2 


















1 






3 


















1,901 




2,000 


9 




2 


2 


4 
























1 


















2,001 




2,100 


6 




1 


3 


1 


















1 
























2,101 




2,200 


9 




1 


2 


1 






1 


















1 


3 
















2,201 




2,300 


3 






2 




























1 
















2,301 




2,400 


8 




3 


3 


1 


























1 
















2,401 




2,500 


5 






3 




























2 
















2,501 




over 


10 




2 


5 
















1 




s 1 








1 

















'■Includes middle schools. 



I 




TABLE 

46 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


19o9- Ly / \J 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


L O Ld 1 OLdLC 




199. 





34,823 


.9 


37,062 


.2 


39 , 314 


, 9 


42, 365 


, 4 


44 SS6 


45,753. 


9 


46 , 502 . 1 


A A s 1 4 S 




LI 7&S 7 


Al 1 egany 




692. 





746 


.5 


763 


.0 


776 


.8 


792 


.2 


793.6 


838. 


3 


837.9 




RSI 7 


OJZ. J 


Anne Arundel 


2, 


434. 





2,612 


.0 


2,839 


.2 


3,059 


.8 


3,219 


.6 


3,435.8 


3,499. 


5 


3,689.7 


3,767.5 


4,015.8 


3,982.9 


Baltimore City 


7, 


633.0 


8,163.5 


8,293.0 


8,381 


.5 


8,816 


.6 


10,223.0 


9,140. 


8 


8,929.0 


8,478.0 


9,106.0 


8,632.0 




4, 


954. 


8 


5,229 


.4 


5,568 


.3 


5,886 


.4 


6,350 


.1 


6 660 S 


7,057. 


6 


7 335.7 


7,214.6 


*7 , 051 . 1 


7 097 7 






221. 


8 


226 


.9 


259 


.2 


277 


.7 


246 


. 6 


255.7 


252. 


3 


292. 5 


314. 5 


337 .0 


TS7 7 


^dLUi i. lie 




226. 


8 


246 


.6 


253 


7 


269 


.3 


262 


.5 


267.8 


279. 


7 


267.5 


264. 


280 . 


280. 9 


Carroll 




544.6 


582 





651 


.6 


670 


.5 


749 


.3 


767.5 


782. 





851.9 


927.6 


970.4 


1,013.0 


Cecil 




450.3 


488. 1 


511 


.8 


527 


.0 


610 


.8 


539.0 


552. 


6 


578.5 


600.5 


634.5 


641.8 


Char 1 g s 




397. 





442 


.0 


475 


.5 


502 


.5 


567 


.5 


603. 9 


615. 


2 


714.9 


741. 5 


784. 6 


844.0 


Dorche s ter 




271. 


5 


300 


.9 


312 


.2 


299 


.2 


306 


. 7 


304. 3 


331. 


5 


321. 3 


328. 5 


341. 5 


355.0 


FtpHpti pk 




755. 


8 


776 


.2 


806 





994.5 


1,029 


.0 


986 . 9 


1,082. 


1 


984. 9 


1 ,045. 7 


1,086.0 


1, 138. 3 


Garrett 




198. 





227 


.3 


232 


6 


237 


.0 


251 


.2 


263.2 


279. 


7 


276.5 


283.0 


298.0 


306.0 


Harford 




881. 


1 


1,013 


.9 


1,148 


.0 


1,189 


.8 


1,321 


.7 


1,399.6 


1,515.5 


1,533.0 


1,561. 1 


1,687.8 


1,817.5 


L l\J Wa L u 




469. 





480 


.0 


553.0 


627 


.0 


698 




789. 5 


844. 3 


951. 1 


1 , 085. 5 


L, 169.4 


1 258.4 


Kent 




171. 


2 


184 


.0 


186 


2 


201 


.1 


201 


/T 


211.4 


206. 


2 


209. 1 


213.0 


210. 5 


217. 5 


Montgomery 


4, 


712. 


5 


5,061 


.6 


5,404 


4 


5,746 


6 


6,290 


.2 


6,735.4 


6,531. 


5 


6,869.0 


6,886.5 


7,138.7 


7,058.8 


Prince George' s 




586. 


6 


5,214 


.7 


5,907 





6,566 


.0 


7,467 





7,286.0 


8,444.7 


8,300.0 


8,303.0 


8,072.2 


8,083.2 


Queen Anne' s 




187. 





194 


.5 


233.0 


233 


. 1 


245 


.2 


230.8 


239. 


9 


237. 3 


243.5 


246.4 


249.0 


St. Mary's 




335. 


4 


444 


.8 


400.0 


459 


.8 


450 


9 


511.6 


557.9 


600.6 


554. 2 


605. 3 


636.0 


Somerset 




197. 


2 


200 


2 


201 


2 


199 


.4 


208 


.5 


217.3 


232.7 


224.0 


219.0 


222.0 


230.0 


Talbot 




192. 





207 


.4 


227 





229 


5 


237 





244.9 


264. 


7 


276.0 


287.0 


297.0 


305.0 


Washington 




918. 


3 


958 


4 


996 


8 


1,054 


5 


1,086 


6 


1,117.0 


1, 139. 


5 


1,143.0 


1,247.6 


1,237.8 


1,267.9 


Wicomico 




511. 


1 


558 


7 


569 


.7 


596 


1 


626 


6 


674.9 


731. 


2 


721.0 


729.0 


738.4 


743.4 


Worcester 




258.0 


264 


3 


269 


8 


329 


8 


329 


4 


336.4 


334. 


5 


• 357.7 


364. 2 


378.9 


387.9 



*Data based on local unit budget; certain classifications prorated on basis of 1972-73 actual report. 



•10TE: Beginning with 1965-66, aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

47 I 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 


1 7 04— D J 


A A 

I7DJ-DD 


1 QAA A 7 
I7OO-O / 


1 Q A 7 Aft 


1 QAft AQ 


1 QAQ 7H 


l Q7n 7 l 
IV /U- / 1 


1 Q 7 1 7 


1 Q 7 O 11 


19 / J— / H 


1974-75 


1 U Ld 1 J Ld Lt 


16, 746. 5 


18, 355.0 


19,482. 2 


20,482.6 


22,367.0 


23, 546. 3 


24,048. 1 


23,646. 7 


23, 247 . 1 


23, 895. 3 


24, 102.6 


A 1 1 e ^ a 


312.0 


319. 5 


349.0 


355. 8 


365. 6 


363. 9 


384 . 5 


385. 2 


397.0 


393. 2 


394.3 


Anne Arundel 


1,341.0 


1,472.8 


1,603.4 


1,681.3 


1,827.1 


1,935.2 


1,980.0 


1,901.0 


1,909.0 


2,033.7 


1,994.1 


Baltimore City 


4,148.3 


4,481. 1 


4,489.4 


4,477.6 


4,779.3 


5,522.0 


4,864. 3 


4,714.0 


4,404.0 


4,662.0 


4.817.C 


Ba 1 timore 


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. 1 


* 3 ,301.5 


3 304. ( 


Calver t 


122.0 


124. 4 


142. 7 


144. 8 


128. 6 


137 . 1 


126. 4 


151.0 


144. 5 


158.0 


172.! 


Carol ine 


91.7 


105.4 


120. 3 


128. 2 


131.7 


131.0 


138. 2 


132.0 


128. 5 


138. 3 


137.: 


Carroll 


266.0 


297.2 


348.3 


356.6 


388.6 


385. 1 


413.0 


440.8 


502.5 


513.5 


529.1 


Cecil 


241.4 


253.6 


268.9 


272.0 


291.6 


255.5 


253.8 


260.5 


293.0 


336.0 


337. 


Char le s 


207.0 


230.0 


236. 5 


255. 7 


324. 2 


313. 1 


348. 1 


391. 5 


361. 5 


431.6 


400. 


Dorchester 


131.0 


152.5 


158. 8 


149. 1 


151.5 


144. 9 


152.5 


149 . 8 


158. 5 


165. 3 


174. 


F* T p i*l *=> T i rk 

J. 1. L U L 1. 1 L r. 


384. 5 


380. 4 


421. 5 


494. 


513.0 


527 . 


581.7 


529.4 


560. 6 


578. 3 


595. 


Garrett 


109.0 


122.8 


123.6 


127.2 


133. 3 


140.4 


154.9 


153.0 


163.0 


163.2 


173. 


Harford 


465.6 


561.8 


659.6 


646.8 


828.7 


804.3 


819.9 


852.1 


845.4 


831.5 


912. 


nu Wa i. u 


238. 


237.0 


227.0 


29 1 . 


313.0 


351. 5 


395 . 4 


500 . 2 


501. 


621. 9 


649. 


Kent 


83.5 


89.0 


94.0 


104. 7 


99 . 7 


111.0 


110. 7 


109 . 8 


110.0 


111.0 


112. 


Montgomery 


2,374.9 


2,590.8 


2,753.0 


2,853.8 


3,162.4 


3,416.9 


3,185.5 


3,229.1 


3,203.9 


3,398.5 


3,351. 


Prince George' s 


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 


4,228.9 


4,207. 


Queen Anne' s 


93.5 


94.5 


103.0 


107.0 


106.2 


101.4 


105.0 


116.7 


114.5 


120.0 


125. 


St. Mary's 


177.4 


235.8 


200.0 


237.5 


227.9 


276.0 


331.9 


292.6 


261.2 


291.9 


299. 


Somerset 


96.1 


96.1 


97.1 


96.3 


104. 1 


103.5 


104.0 


106.0 


99.0 


97.0 


105. 


Talbot 


98.0 


106.2 


110.7 


108.2 


109.2 


110.4 


122.0 


128.0 


132.5 


139.0 


139 


Washington 


453.7 


468.0 


476. 1 


505.4 


520.4 


538.5 


535.6 


564.0 


572.6 


609.3 


589 : 


Wicomico 


258.7 


276.5 


280.3 


286. 1 


325.2 


341.2 


374.8 


368.0 


372.0 


382.7 


382 


Worcester 


127.6 


131.0 


133.5 


170.6 


166. 2 


168.9 


166.8 


164.3 


182.3 


189.0 


196 



*Data based on local unit budget; certain classifications prorated on basis of 1972-73 actual report. 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66, aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

48 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 




170J-DD 


1 

i70D"D / 


1 Q^7_Aft 
1 7 / - DO 


17 Do - 7 


17U7- / U 


i Q7n 7i 

1 7 /\J~ / 1 


1 Q 7 1 7 7 


1 Q 7 7 71 


1 Q7 7 7A 


1 Q 7 A 7 C 


Vital State 


15,452. 5 


16,468.9 


17,570.0 


18,832. 3 


19,998.4 


21 , 309. 7 


21 , 705. 8 


22,855.4 


23,267 .4 


23,865. 2 


23,642.6 


A 1 1 pa any 


380.0 


427.0 


414.0 


421.0 


426. 6 


429. 7 


453.8 


452. 7 


458. 5 


458.0 


458.0 


Anne Arundel 


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 


1,982. 1 


1,988.8 


Baltimore City 


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 


4,444.0 


3,815.0 


Ddi L LLUU L C 


2,490. 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 


*3, 749. 6 


3,787.6 


C a 1 \r p r t" 


99 . 8 


102. 5 


116. 5 


132.9 


118.0 


118.6 


125. 9 


141. 5 


170.0 


179.0 


179.4 


Vj i_l I U I 1 Lie 


135. 1 


141.2 


133.4 


141. 1 


130. 8 


136.8 


141. 5 


135.5 


135. 5 


141. 7 


143.6 


Carroll 


278.6 


284.8 


303.3 


313.9 


360.7 


382.4 


369.0 


411. 1 


425. 1 


456.9 


483.4 


Cecil 


208.9 


234.5 


242.9 


255.0 


319.2 


283.5 


298.8 


318.0 


307.5 


298.5 


304.0 


Ph^i T 1 p <; 

Vj 1 I CI 1 ICO 


190.0 


212.0 


239.0 


246. 8 


243. 3 


290.8 


267. 1 


323.4 


380.0 


353.0 


443.5 


FintrVip q fpr 
uui i in ; uci 


140. 5 


148.4 


153.4 


150. 1 


155. 2 


159. 4 


179.0 


171. 5 


170.0 


176. 2 


180. 2 


r L CUCi -L v. K 


371.3 


395. 8 


384. 5 


500. 5 


516.0 


459. 9 


500.4 


455. 5 


485. 1 


507. 7 


542.8 


Garrett 


89.0 


104.5 


109.0 


109.8 


117.9 


122.8 


124.8 


123.5 


120.0 


134.8 


133.0 


Harford 


415.5 


452. 1 


488.4 


543.0 


493.0 


595.3 


695.6 


680.9 


715.7 


856.3 


904.7 


Howard 


231.0 


243. 


326.0 


336.0 


381 5 


438.0 


448. 9 


450.9 


584. 5 


547. 5 


608. 5 


Kent 


87 . 7 


95.0 


92.2 


96.4 


102.0 


100.4 


95.5 


99.3 


103.0 


99. 5 


105.0 


Montgomery 


2,337.6 


2,470.8 


2,651.4 


2,892.8 


3,127.8 


3,318.5 


3,346.0 


3,639.9 


3,682.6 


3,740.2 


3,707.2 


Prince George' s | 


2,125. 1 


2,305.7 


2,623.0 


2,867.0 


3,272.0 


3,260.0 


3,406.0 


3,768.0 


3,821.5 


3,843.3 


3,875.3 


Queen Anne' s 


93.5 


100.0 


120.0 


126. 1 


139.0 


129.4 


134.^9 


120.6 


129.0 


126.4 


124.0 


St. Mary's 


158.0 


209.0 


200.0 


222.3 


223.0 


235.6 


226.0 


308.0 


293.0 


313.4 


337.0 


Somerset 


101. 1 


104.1 


104. 1 


103. 1 


104.4 


113.8 


128.7 


118.0 


120.0 


125.0 


125.0 


Talbot 


94.0 


101.2 


116.3 


121.3 


127.8 


134.5 


142.7 


148.0 


154.5 


158.0 


165.2 


Washington 


464.6 


490.4 


520.7 


549. 1 


566. 2 


578.5 


603.9 


579.0 


675.0 


628.5 


678.7 


Wicomico 


252.4 


282.2 


289.4 


310.0 


301.4 


333.7 


356.4 


353.0 


357.0 


355.7 


361.2 


Worcester 


130.4 


133.3 


136.3 


159.2 


163.2 


167.5 


167.7 


" 193.4 


181.9 


1 5'*. ' 


191.5 



*Data based on local unit budget; certain classifications prorated on basis of 1972-73 actual report. 



10TE: Beginning with 1965-66, aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

49 

Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Grand 
To tal 


Secre- 
tarial 
and 
Clerical 
S tar 1 


Nonins true tiona 1 


Instructional 


Total 


Profes- 
sional 


Other 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors, 

and 
Supervisors 


Pr incipa Is 
and 
Vice 
Principals 




Guidance, 
Media, and 
Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


Aides 


Total State 


77,977.7 


4,946.3 


18,544.1 


1,293. 1 


17,251.0 


54,487.3 


667.8 


2,292.5 


42,801.9 


2,650.8 


6,074.3 


Allegany 


1,464.8 


78.5 


409. 


18.0 


391.0 


977.3 


18.0 


51.0 


764. 3 


37 . 


107.0 


Anne Arundel 


6,310.8 


470.0 


1,322.7 


60.2 


1,262.5 


4,518. 1 


50.0 


159.0 


3,628.4 


195.5 


485.2 


Baltimore City 


15,048.0 


771.0 


3,450.0 


490.0 


2,960.0 


10,827.0 


85.0 


328.0 


7,939.0 


365.0 


2,110.0 


Baltimore* 


10,666.8 


658.0 


2,600.6 


130.0 


2,470.6 


7,408.2 


72.0 


385.0 


6,204.1 


503. 1 


244.0 


Calvert 


614.0 


45.9 


124.2 


7.6 


116.6 


443.9 


7.7 


24.2 


306.5 


21.5 


84.0 


Caroline 


406.8 


19.6 


94. 5 


5.0 


89 . 5 


292. 7 


3. 3 


14. 


249. 7 


17. 2 


8.5 


Carroll 


1,525.4 


99.6 


303.8 


30.4 


273.4 


1,122.0 


11.5 


49.5 


909.8 


53.7 


97.5 


Cecil 


939. 3 


61.5 


131.3 


10.5 


120.8 


746.5 


12.4 


35.0 


578.8 


28.0 


92.3 


Charles 


1,526.0 


104.5 


412.5 


23.0 


389.5 


1,009.0 


18.0 


38.0 


751.0 


55.0 


147.0 


Dorches ter 


586.1 


39.0 


77.2 


8.0 


69.2 


469.9 


7.5 


22.8 


315.0 


17.2 


107.4 


Frederick 


1,956.8 


130.0 


495. 7 


35.9 


459 . 8 


1,331.1 


26 . 3 


66. 5 


1,009.4 


62.4 


166. 5 


Garrett 


464.9 


24.5 


71.4 


6.0 


65.4 


369.0 


7.0 


19.0 


278.0 


9.0 


56.0 


Harford 


2,877.8 


169.0 


739.0 


36.0 


703.0 


1,969.8 


39.3 


74.0 


1,648.3 


95.2 


113.0 


Howard 


2,072.9 


167.5 


469.5 


31.0 


438.5 


1,435.9 


25.0 


64.5 


1,110.4 


83.5 


152.5 


Kent* 


349.5 


21.0 


92.0 


4.5 


87.5 


236.5 


6.0 


11.0 


193.5 


13.0 


13.0 


Montgomery 


11,860.0 


918.5 


2,893. 1 


190.1 


2,703.0 


8,048.4 


83.0 


335.0 


6,291.8 


432.0 


906.6 


Prince George 1 s 


13,072.7 


802.3 


3,487.1 


117.0 


3,370.1 


8,783.3 


112.0 


395.0 


7,241.2 


447.0 


588.1 


Queen Anne' s 


410.0 


24.0 


88.0 


7.0 


81.0 


298.0 


8.0 


13.0 


225.5 


10.5 


41.0 


St. Mary's 


1,059.4 


69.3 


254.6 


21.5 


233.1 


735.5 


10.0 


35.0 


557. 1 


43.9 


89.5 


Somerset 


439.5 


21.5 


89.0 


11.0 


78.0 


329.0 


5.0 


21.0 


203.0 


6.0 


94.0 


Talbot 


453.5 


22.5 


96.5 


6.0 


90.5 


334.5 


6.0 


16.0 


275.0 


14.0 


23.5 • 


Washing ton 


2,073.9 


133.2 


522.2 


27.5 


494.7 


1,418.5 


30.9 


69.0 


1,097.8 


101.1 


119.7 


Wicomico 


1,220.4 


74.0 


257.9 


10.9 


247.0 


888.5 


16.1 


50.0 


672.4 


21.0 


129.0 


Worcester 


578.4 


21.4 


62.3 


6.0 


56.3 


494.7 


7.8 


17.0 


351.9 


19.0 


99.0 



Source: Summary of All Staff Reports. 
*Data based on local unit budgets. 



TABLE 

50 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



.ocal Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Per sonne 1 






Professional 


Staff 








Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Direc tors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 




Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio - 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


Dt State 




48,413.0 


667 . 8 


2,292.5 


42,801.9 


1, 150. 2 


1,239.8 


79.0 


181.8 


6,074. 3 


3, 532. 3 


.llegany 


1,032.8 


870.3 


18.0 


51.0 


764.3 


18.0 


17.0 


- 


2.0 


107.0 


55.5 


line Arundel 


4,884.6 


4,032.9 


50.0 


159.0 


3,628.4 


90.5 


91.0 




14.0 


485.2 


366.5 


altimore City 


1 1 , 183 . 


8,717.0 


85.0 


328.0 


7,939.0 


159.0 


155.0 


7.0 


44.0 


2, 110.0 


356.0 


al timore^ 


7 810. 6 


7 164.2 


72.0 


385.0 


6,204.1 


198. 5 


259.6 


21.0 


24.0 


244.0 


502.4 


alver t 


479 . 2 


359. 9 


7.7 


24.2 


306.5 


10.0 


8.5 


1.0 


2.0 


84.0 


35. 3 


aroline 


307.0 


284.2 


3.3 


14.0 


249.7 


9.0 


7.2 


- 


1.0 


8.5 


14.3 


arroll 


1,190.1 


1,024.5 


11.5 


49.5 


909.8 


24.5 


24.5 




4.7 


97.5 


71. 1 


eci 1 


792.5 


654. 2 


12.4 


35.0 


578.8 


15.0 


12.0 




1.0 


92.3 


46.0 


har 1 e s 


1,090.5 


862.0 


18.0 


38.0 


751.1 


19.0 


30.0 


1.0 


5.0 


147.0 


81.5 


orches ter 


498. 9 


362. 5 


7 . 5 


22.8 


315. U 


7.5 


7.5 




2.2 


107.4 


29.0 


reder ick 


1,419.6 


1,164.6 


26.3 


66.5 


1,009.4 


35.0 


23.4 


1.0 


3.0 


166.5 


88.5 


arrett 


389.5 


313.0 


7.0 


19.0 


278.0 


4.0 


5.0 






56.0 


20. 5 


ar f or d 


2,095. 3 


1,856.8 


39. 3 


74.0 


1,648.3 


41.2 


51.0 




3.0 


113.0 


125.5 




1,572.9 


1,283.4 


25.0 


64.5 


1,110.4 


44.0 


37.5 


_ 


2.0 


152.5 


137.0 


lent^ 


254. 5 


223. 5 


6.0 


11.0 


193. 5 


7.0 


6.0 


_ 


_ 


13.0 


18.0 


ontgomery 


8,721.9 


7,141.8 


83.0 


335.0 


6,291.8 


195.5 


204.0 


2.0 


30.5 


906.6 


673. 5 


rince George's 


9,425.3 


8,195.2 


112.0 


395.0 


7.241.2 


183.0 


219.0 


8.0 


37.0 


588.1 


642.0 


ueen Anne ' s 


314.0 


257.0 


8.0 


13.0 


225.5 


3.5 


6.0 




1.0 


41.0 


16.0 


't. Mary's 


789.8 


646.0 


10.0 


35.0 


557. 1 


24.9 


16.0 


ife 


2.0 


89.5 


54.3 


omerset 


344.0 


235.0 


5.0 


21.0 


203.0 


3.0 


3.0 






94.0 


15.0 


albot 


352.5 


311.0 


6.0 


16.0 


275.0 


6.0 


7.0 




1.0 


23.5 


18.0 


'ashing ton 


1,509.7 


1,298.8 


30.9 


69.0 


1,097.8 


36.1 


27.0 


37.0 


1.0 


119.7 


91.2 


icomico 


947.7 


759.5 


16. 1 


50.0 


672.4 


6.0 


13.6 




1.4 


129.0 


59.2 


% torcester 


510.7 


395.7 


7.8 


17.0 


351.9 


10.0 


9.0 






99.0 


16.0 



)a based on local unit budgets. 



TABLE 

51 



Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 






Professional 


b Car r 








Aides 


Secre tarie 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assis tant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 

L L lllLlJJali 


l camel o 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


lotai State 


1 1 ; U 


/, /, o*7 1 


T*A ^ 


1,324.6 


21,792. 1 


in i 7 


100 . J 


Afl R 


7 7 9 
/ / • Z 


J , U / 7 , u 


1 7 9 A Q 
1 • / ZD , y 


Allegany 


536.8 


402.3 


8.0 


27.0 


361.3 


5.0 


_ 


_ 


1.0 


105.0 


29.5 


Anne Arundel 


2,572.2 


2,019. 1 


25.0 


101.0 


1,810.6 


63.5 


12.0 




7.0 


380.6 


172.5 


Baltimore City 


7 Ci 9 S f~i 


/. q a /■ n 


a 7 n 


231.0 


4,466.0 


ins n 


a n 


4 


7 n 


1 Q7 1 D 


J. 7 U • U 


Bal timore * 




J J7 • 1 


^A S 


228.0 


2,858.6 


i no s 


OJiU 




1 z • u 


I Z 7 • D 


9 AO Q 
ZHU . 7 


Calvert 


9 A /. 
ZD J • H 


1 7A Q 


A 1 


14.2 


151. 1 


O ■ U 








79 n 
/ z • u 


1 A 'i ' 


Caroline 


151.0 


138.2 


0.9 


5.0 


126.8 


5.0 


- 


_ 


0.5 


7.0 


5.8 


Carroll 


652.6 


531.6 


2.0 


22.5 


491.4 


13.5 




- 


2.2 


94.5 


26.5 


Cecil 


AAfi Q 


**aa n 


A 9 
D • Z 


17.0 


312.8 


o . J 


i n 

J. . U 




n s 

w . J 






Char les 


sqa n 


AHA (1 


7 5 


16.0 


361.0 


11 


9 


5 




141 


45 


Dorchester 




1 1R 1 

J. / O ■ J. 


•j * .j 


11.3 


160.0 


3 






5 


98.4 


13 


Frederick 


760.1 


612.0 


16.5 


40.2 


527.3 


22.8 


2.2 


- 


3.0 


105.6 


42. f 


Garrett 


241.0 


177.0 


4.0 


14.0 


157.0 


2.0 




- 




52.0 


12. ( 


Ha T*f 


1,082. 5 


933.0 


20 . 2 


43.0 


826.1 


28. 2 


14. 




1 . 5 


94. 5 


55. ( 




842. 9 


661. 9 


12.0 


24.5 


602.4 


22 . 






1.0 


119.0 


62. (' 


Ken t >v 


133. 7 


115. 7 


3.2 


6.0 


100.5 


4. 5 


1. 5 






9.0 


9 ( 


Montgomery 


4,266.7 


3,392.1 


40.5 


176.0 


3,024.8 


122.5 


12.0 


1.0 


15.3 


552.6 


322. '1 


Prince George' s 


5,114.0 


4,262.9 


55.0 


230.0 


3,809.9 


124.0 


22.0 


4.0 


18.0 


518. 1 


333. J 


Queen Anne' s 


167.0 


128.5 


3.5 


6.0 


117.0 


1.0 


1.0 






28.0 


10. 


St. Mary's 


419.4 


304.5 


5.5 


17.0 


263.6 


16.9 




0.5 


1.0 


88.5 


26. 


Somerset 


210.5 


109.5 


4.5 


13.0 


92.0 










93.0 


S. 


Talbot 


172.8 


142.3 


2.5 


7.0 


130.0 


2.0 






0.8 


21.0 


9. 


Washington 


767.5 


604.6 


15.4 


37.0 


510.6 


22.1 




18.5 


1.0 


119.7 


43. 


Wicomico 


538.6 


390.9 


8.7 


30.5 


350.8 








0.9 


120.0 


27. 


Worcester 


285.4 


200.9 


4.5 


7.4 


180.5 


5.7 


2.8 






76. 1 


8. 

— 



*Data based on local unit budget. 



Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974- 7 5 



TABLE 

52 



Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 



Professional Staff 



Total 



Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors, 

and 
Supervisors 



Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 



Teachers 



Librar- 
ians 



Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 



Audio - 
visual 
Personnel 



Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 



Aides 



Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 



State 

vllegany 
Ume Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore* 
alver t 

aroline 
arroll 
eci] 
har les 
lorchester 

rederick 
arrett 
larf ord 
oward 
ent* 

ontgomery 
rince George' s 
jueen Anne' s 
t. Mary' s 
omerset 



albot 
lashing ton 
'icomico 
] Worcester 



26,776.6 

496.0 
2,312.4 
4,158.0 
4,201. 1 

215.8 

156.0 
540.5 
345.6 
496.5 
209.4 

659.5 
148.5 
1,012.8 
730.0 
120.8 

4,455.2 
4,311.3 
147.0 
370.4 
133.5 

179.7 
742.2 
409. 1 
225.3 



23,975.9 

468.0 
2,013.8 
3,853.0 
3,825.1 

183.0 

146.0 
492.9 
310.2 
454.0 
184.4 

552.6 
136.0 
923.8 
621.5 
107.8 

3,749.7 
3,932.3 
128.5 
341.5 
125.5 

168.7 
694.2 
368.6 
194.8 



333.3 

10.0 
25.0 
38.0 
37.5 
3.6 

2.4 
9.5 
6.2 
10.5 
4.2 

9.8 
3.0 
19.1 
13.0 
2.8 

42.5 
57.0 
4.5 
4.5 
0.5 

3.5 
15.5 
7.4 
3.3 



967.9 

24.0 
58.0 
97.0 
157.0 
10.0 

9.0 
27.0 
18.0 
22.0 
11.5 

26.3 
5.0 
31.0 
40.0 
5.0 

159.0 
165.0 

7.0 
18.0 

8.0 

9.0 
32.0 
19.5 

9.6 



21,009.8 

403.0 
1,817.8 
3,473.0 
3,345.5 

155.4 

122.9 
418.4 
266.0 
39C 
155.0 

482.1 
121.0 
822.2 
508.0 
93.0 

3,267.0 
3,431.3 
108.5 
293.5 
111.0 

145.0 
587.2 
321.6 
171.4 



448.5 

13.0 
27.0 
54.0 
89.0 
4.0 

4.0 
11.0 
8.5 
8.0 
4.5 

12.2 
2.0 
13.0 
22.0 
2.5 

73.0 
59.0 
2.5 
8.0 
3.0 

4.0 
14.0 
6.0 
4.3 



1,073.3 

17.0 
79.0 
151.0 
174.6 
8.5 

7.2 
24.5 
11.0 
21.0 

7.5 

21.2 
5.0 
37.0 
37.5 
4.5 

192.0 
197.0 

5.0 
16.0 

3.0 

7.0 
27.0 
13.6 

6.2 



38.5 



3.0 
9.5 
0.5 



0.5 



1.0 



1.0 
4.0 

0.5 



18.5 



104.6 

1.0 
7.0 
37.0 
12.0 
1.0 

0.5 
2.5 
0.5 
2.0 
1.7 



1.5 
1.0 



15.2 
19.0 
1.0 
1.0 



0. 2 



0.5 



995. 3 

2.0 
104.6 
139.0 
114.5 
12.0 

1.5 
3.0 
9.4 
6.0 
9.0 

60.9 
4.0 
18.5 
33.5 
4.0 

354.0 
70.0 
13.0 
1.0 
1.0 

2.5 

9.0 
22.9 



1,805.4 

26.0 
194.0 
166.0 
261.5 

20.8 

8.5 
44.6 
26.0 
36.5 
16.0 

46.0 
8.5 
70.5 
75.0 
9.0 

351.5 
309.0 

5.5 
27.9 

7.0 

8.5 
48.0 
31.5 

7.6 



based on local unit budgets. 



TABLE 

53 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 





Grades Prek.- 


12 


Grades Prek.-6 


Grades 7-12 


Local Unit 


io cai 


Central 


In 


To ta 1 


Central 


In 


To ta 1 


Central 


In 




Office 


Schools 


Office 


Schools 


Office 


Schools 


Total State 


3,532.3 


579.4 


2,952.9 


1,726.9 


299.7 


1,427.2 


1,805. 4 


279.7 


1,525.7 


Al legany 


55. 5 


13.0 


42.5 


29 . 5 


7.0 


22. 5 


26 . 


6.0 


20.0 


Anne Arundel 


366. 5 


25. 5 


341.0 


172.5 


13.5 


159 . 


194. 


12.0 


182.0 


Baltimore City 


356 . 


30. 


326.0 


190. 


17.0 


173.0 


166 . 


13.0 


153.0 


Baltimore* 


502. 4 


37 . 


465.4 


240. 9 


17.0 


223. 9 


261. 5 


20.0 


241. 5 


Calvert 


35.3 


5.8 


29.5 


14.5 


3.0 


11.5 


20.8 


2.8 


18.0 


Caroline 


14. 3 


i -i 
i . / 


12.6 


R Q 

J • o 


U. 


5. 


8.5 


0.9 


7 . 6 


Carroll 


71.1 


14. 


57.1 


lb . 3 


O . U 


20 . 5 


44. 6 


8.0 


36 . 6 


Cecil 


46 . 


o . U 


38.0 


20 . 


4. 


16 . 


26 . 


4.0 


22.0 


Charles 


81. 5 


28. 5 


53.0 


45. 


18.0 


27 . 


36. 5 


10. 5 


26.0 


Dorchester 


29.0 


7.0 


22.0 


13.0 


4.0 


9.0 


16.0 


3.0 


13.0 


Frederick 


88. 5 


18.0 


70.5 


42. 5 


7 . 


35. 5 


46.0 


11.0 


35.0 


Garrett 


20.5 


5.0 


15.5 


12.0 


2. 5 


9.5 


8. 5 


2.5 


6.0 


Harford 


125. 5 


15.0 


110.5 


55.0 


7.5 


47. 5 


70. 5 


7.5 


63.0 


Howard 


137.0 


20.5 


116.5 


62.0 


7.0 


55.0 


75.0 


13.5 


61.5 


Kent* 


18.0 


6.0 


12.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


Montgomery 


673.5 


174.0 


499.5 


322.0 


95.0 


227.0 


351.5 


79.0 


272.5 


Prince George' s 


642.0 


122.5 


519.5 


333.0 


61.5 


271.5 


309.0 


61.0 


248.0 


Queen Anne' s 


16.0 


3.0 


13.0 


10.5 


1.5 


9.0 


5.5 


1.5 


4.0 


St. Mary's 


54.3 


17.0 


37.3 


26.4 


8.0 


18.4 


27.9 


9.0 


18.9 


Somerset 


15.0 


3.0 


12.0 


8.0 


2.0 


6.0 


7.0 


1.0 


6.0 


Talbot 


18.0 


3.0 


15.0 


9.5 


1.5 


8.0 


8.5 


1.5 


7.0 


Washington 


91.2 


11.2 


80.0 


43.2 


8.2 


35.0 


48.0 


3.0 


45.0 


Wicomico 


59.2 


8.7 


50.5 


27.7 


3.7 


24.0 


31.5 


5.0 


26.5 


Worcester 


16.0 


2.0 


14.0 


8.4 


1.0 


7.4 


7.6 


1.0 


6.6 



*Data based on local unit budgets. 



TABLE 

54 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 


Administration 


Pupil Personnel 


Health Services 


Super- 
intendents 

and 
Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 
Personnel 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Direc tors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


10 uai ocace 


1 Q Q '".ft 1 
1 7 , 7 JO • i 


75.0 


613.0 


441.0 


408.9 


75.2 


13.0 


272.4 


Allegany 


432.0 


£• U 


D . U 


9 n 


ft n 






1 n 


Anne Arundel 


1 AO A 9 


J . u 


1 9 fl 

1 L ■ U 


s^ n 








1 


Ba 1 timore C i ty 


jjODJ.U 


9 ^ n 


?7R n 


70.0 


162.0 


38. 


1.0 


1.0 


Bal timore*'* 


9 7 9 


10.0 


40.0 


16.0 


34.0 




1.0 


49.6 


P a 1 -im y f 

KjdL IVci L. 




1.0 


3.0 


3.0 


3.0 


- 


- 


2.0 


Caroline 


99.8 


1.5 


0.5 




1.0 








farrn 1 1 

\j a L L w L L 


332. 3 


2.0 


15. 2 


10. 5 


5.7 






5.0 


\jCt- J- J- 


146 . 8 


L. 5 


4.0 


3.0 


4.0 






2.0 


Char 1 e s 


435. 5 


3.0 


11.0 


2.0 


4.0 


- 


- 




L'Ul LllCO LI 1 


87 . 2 


2.0 


2.0 


2.6 


2.0 


14.0 


- 


2.0 


Frederick 


537.2 


1.0 


15.0 




8.0 








Garr e tt 


7 S Zi 


1 • u 






1 . 






1.0 


Harford 


7ft? "S 

lOii J 


2.0 


13.0 


5.4 


8.0 


0.2 




34.2 


Howard 


cnn n 
JUU • U 


2.0 


10.0 


3.5 


9.0 






16.0 


Kent* 


95.0 


1.0 


0.5 


2.0 


2.0 








Montgomery 


3,138.1 


5.0 


130.6 


155.0 


50.5 


23.0 






Prince George 1 s 


3,647.4 


4.0 


37.0 


102.0 


50.0 




11.0 


132.5 


Queen Anne 1 s 


96.0 


1.0 


2.0 




1.0 






1.0 


St. Mary's 


269.6 


1.0 


6.8 


1.0 


7.0 






0.6 


Somerset 


95.5 


1.0 


4.2 




4.0 






1.0 


Talbot 


101.0 


2.0 


1.0 




1.0 






1.0 


Washing ton 


564.2 


2.0 


15.5 


3.0 


. 6.0 






0.5 


Wicomico 


272.7 


2.0 


3.7 


1.0 


3.7 






17.0 


Worcester 


67.7 


1.0 


1.0 




1.0 






2.0 



*Data based on local unit budgets. 



TABLE 

54 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 (continued) 





Food Services 


Operation of 


Plant 


Maintenance 


of Plant 


Transportation 


1 

Secretarial 
and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Local Unit 


Direc tors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Direc tor s 
•and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Direc tors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other* 


Total State 


n i 


/■ 1 lO ft 

h 9 iiy . o 






7,984. 1 


54.4 


1,919.8 


^ ^ i 
j j . J 


L , 4 Jo . / 


1,414.0 


Al legany 


1.0 


116.0 


1.0 




185.0 


L.U 


24'. 


2.0 


61.0 


23.0 


Anne Arundel 


1.3 


431.0 


1.8 




566.0 


1.8 


117.5 


5.3 


91.0 


103.5 


Baltimore City 


8.0 


690.0 


1.0 




1,753.0 


14.0 


282.0 


3.0 


126.0 


415.0 


Baltimore/ 


9.0 




12.0 




1,388.4 


13.0 


288.0 


11.0 


728.6 


155.6 


Calvert 


n l 








52.8 


- 


14.8 


u.j 


J . H 


10.6 


Caro 1 ine 


0.1 


50.5 


0.5 




35.0 


n a 




1.0 


- 


Dm J 


Carroll 


1,0 


96.9 


2.0 




124.5 


2.0 


32.5 


2.5 


4.0 


28.5 


Cecil 


- 


1.0 


- 




81.0 


- 


26.0 


1.0 


7.8 


15.5 


Charles 


1.0 


223.0 


2.0 




131.5 


1.0 


29.0 


1.0 


4.0 


23.0 


Dorchester 










34. 2 


1.0 


14.5 




1 Q 


10.0 


Frederick 


2.0 


197.3 


3.3 




153.0 


1 1 

J.J 


i ^ 
Z.J 


3.3 


107.0 


HL. J 


Garrett 


- 


14.4 


- 




31.0 


1.0 


9.0 


1.0 


7.0 


4.0 


Harford 


2.0 


349.0 


4.0 




206.0 


3.0 


59.0 


4.0 


49.2 


43.5 


Howard 


1.0 


168.0 


3.5 




205.0 


2.5 


46.0 


3.0 




30.5 


Kent/ 




41.5 






26.0 


- 


10.0 


1.0 


8.0 


3.0 


Montgomery 


1.0 


495.0 


1.0 




1,116.0 


1.0 


506.0 


1.0 


408.0 


245.0 


Prince George' s 


2.0 


718.9 


3.0 




1,363.9 


5.0 


352.0 


5.0 


700.8 


160.3 


Queen Anne' s 




35.0 


1.0 




30.0 


0. 1 


5.0 


1.9 


10.0 


8.0 


St. Mary's 


1.1 


108.0 


1.8 




85.0 


1.8 


25.5 


2.0 


13.0 


15.0 


Somerset 




38.0 


0.5 




33.0 


0.5 


6.0 


0.8 




6.5 


Talbot 




46.5 


0.5 




38.0 


0.5 


5.0 


1.0 




4.5 


Washington 


1.0 


151.2 


1.0 




212.0 


1.0 


34.0 


1.0 


94.0 


42.0 


Wicomico 


0.5 


108.0 






93.5 




15.5 


1.0 


12.0 


14.8 


Worcester 


1.0 


- 


0.5 




40.3 


0.5 


12.0 


1.0 


2.0 


5.4 



*Includes school bus drivers where local units own buses. 
/Data based on local unit budgets. 



TABLE 

55 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools* by Size of Staff: September 30, 1974 



Number of 
Teachers 
and 
Principals 


All Schools 


Al legany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bal timore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


n 
i-i 

o 

u 

0. 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary' s 


■ 
u 

e 

Q 

1/5 


Talbot 


Washington 


s 

e 

a 


Worcester 


All Schools 


QA7 


9Q 


7ft 

/ o 


1 SZi 


1 1 L 

114 


q 
o 


j 




1 A 
ID 


1 7 


L J 


7 1 
Z 1 


l j 


9 7 
z / 




j 


l Aft 

I HO 


172 


D 


l ft 

1 o 


12 


ft 
o 




16 


7 


1.0 




1.9 


1 
i 








































1 










2.0 


_ 


2.9 


2 








































1 








i 


3.0 


_ 


3.9 


11 


1 




1 














* 




2 
















3 






1 


i 
i 


4.0 


_ 


4.9 


4 


1 




1 


















i 


























5.0 


_ 


5.9 


6 


1 






















i 
1 




















9 


1 




6.0 


_ 


6.9 


9 




i 
i 






i 
1 




1 
1 






Z 




9 
Z 




1 
1 


















1 




7.0 


_ 


7.9 


3 














1 










1 
L 


















1 








8.0 


_ 


8.9 


1 1 


4 


2 


1 










1 






1 
1 


1 


























9.0 


_ 


9.9 


12 


2 




2 












1 
1 






1 










2 








9 
Z 


1 
1 






10.0 


_ 


10.9 


19 


2 


4 


i 












1 


1 


1 
1 












1 






1 










11.0 


_ 


11.9 


18 


2 




c 

-> 


i 


1 














1 








9 
Z 


1 


1 
ft 










2 




12.0 




12.9 


1 tr 
Lj 




i 
i 


1 










1 
L 




]^ 












D 


1 










2 


1 




13.0 


_ 


13. 9* 


7 9 


i 




7 
1 


1 
1 








1 
1 














2 


5 


5 






3 




1 






14.0 


_ 


14.9 


ZD 


i 


i 
1 


I 


1 
1 








9 
Z 


9 
Z 














7 


4 










3 


1 




15.0 


- 


15.9 


JO 


H 


j 


9 

Z 


2 
















I 








10 


4 




2 


3 




3 






16.0 




16.9 


1 ft 
Id 




1 




Z 




i 

L 








2 












7 


4 
















17.0 




17.9 


39 


2 


2 


3 


1 


_ 




3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


7 


1 


1 




- 


3 




- 


18.0 




18.9 


35 


1 




3 


3 


1 






1 


1 




1 


3 








9 


9 








2 


1 






19.0 




19.9 


31 




3 


2 


2 
























9 


9 










1 


_ 




20.0 




20.9 


23 


1 


1 


2 


1 








3 






1 








1 


il° 


3 


2 














21.0 




21.9 


46 


2 


2 


3 


4 






1 






1 


4 




1 




2 




11 






_ 


2 


2 


_ 




22.0 




22.9 


36 




1 


4 


3 






1 














3 




9 


11 






_ 




1 




1 


23.0 




23.9 


52 




4 


1 


6 






1 




1 




2 






3 




9 


22 








1 


1 


_ 




24.0 




24.9 


34 




4 


2 


6 




1 


1 


1 


1 




1 






2 




3 


9 












1 


1 


25.0 




25.9 


42 


1 


7 


9 


4 








2 










1 


5 




4 


9 






_ 






_ 




26.0 




26.9 


34 


1 


6 


7 


4 


1 




1 




1 




3 






1 




3 


6 






- 






- 




27.0 




27.9 


37 




5 


3 


4 


1 








1 




1 






4 




10 


6 


1 








1 






28.0 




28.9 


44 




6 


5 


3 










2 




1 




2 






8 


11 










1 


4 


1 


29.0 




29.9 


38 




3 


1 


11 










1 




2 




2\ 


| I 




2 


15 
















30.0 




30.9 


35 




3 


4 


6 




1 






2 


1 


2 


1 


2 






2 


8 










2 


i 




31.0 




31.9 


20 




3 


5 


5 




1 














i 






1 


z 










1 


i 




32.0 




32.9 


31 




3 


6 


9 




1 


1 




2 


1 












2 


4 












i 


1 


33.0 




33.9 


31 




3 


8 


7 








1 










3 






3 


5 












i 




34.0 




34.9 


21 






9 


7 














1 




1 








1 










2 






35.0 




over 


113 


2 


7 


54 


20 


3 




5 








2 




11 






4 


2 




1 








2 





*Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools. 



TABLE 

56 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Size of Staff: September 30, 1974 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Pr inc ipals 


All Schools 


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 


Washing ton 


Wicomico 


Worcester j 


All Schools 


^7 9 


g 


9 1 


Si 

J L 


47 


3 






□ 


9 




7 


9 

£. 






i 
j 


54 


61 








j 


14 




7 

i 


1.0 




2.9 




















































3.0 




4.9 


1 






1 

1 












































5.0 




6.9 




















































7.0 




8.9 


1 




















i 
i 






























9.0 




10.9 




















































11.0 




12.9 


2 


























i 
l 








i 
i 
















13.0 


- 


14.9 


c 
J 










































i 

L 








15.0 




16.9 


c 

J 




1 
1 














i 
i 


i 

i 










i 
i 




i 

L 
















17.0 




18.9 


4 


I 






I 


1 


I 










_ 


m 


_ 


_ 




_ 




1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


*5 _ 


19.0 




20.9 


3 




















1 
















1 












1 


21.0 




22.9 


4 








1 




1 




1 


























1 








23.0 




24.9 


7 






1 


1 






1 














1 








1 








2 






25.0 




29.9 


14 




1 


2 








2 


2 


1 










1 




1 










1 


2 


1 




30.0 




34.9 


23 


1 




2 






2 


1 


1 




1 


1 






5 






1 






3 




2 


1 


2 


35.0 




39.9 


23 


3 


1 


3 




1 






3 


1 










4 




2 


3 










1 




1 


40.0 




44.9 


16 


1 








1 








1 


1 








1 


1 


3 


5 




1 










1 


45.0 




49.9 


31 






1 








1 


1 






1 


1 


1 


1 




4 


12 




2 




1 


4 




1 


50.0 




54.9 


26 




1 


1 


1 






2 




2 




1 




1 


1 




4 


10 










1 




1 


55.0 




59.9 


25 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 




1 


1 










6 


10 
















60.0 




64.9 


21 




2 


1 


5 




















3 


1 


5 


4 
















65.0 




69.9 


31 


1 


2 


4 


8 






1 




1 




2 




1 






5 


1 








1 




4 




70.0 




74.9 


13 






1 


4 


















1 






5 


1 




1 












75.0 




79.9 


20 


1 




5 


4 










2 














5 




1 


1 






1 






80.0 




84.9 


21 




2 


1 


8 






1 










1 


2 






4 


2 
















85.0 




89.9 


7 








3 
























1 


2 










1 






90.0 




94.9 


7 




2 


1 


1 
























2 


1 
















95.0 




99.9 


7 




1 


2 


1 


















2 






1 


















100.0 




over 


55 




9 


20 


9 






1 








1 




2 






6 


7 

















*Includes middle schools. 



TABLE 



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




Fall of 1974 



Local Unit 


English 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


German 


Russian 


Other 
Languages 


Social 
Studies 


Ma the- 
matics 


Science 


Busi- 
ness 
Edu- 
cation 


Arts 
and 
Crafts 


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 




T 


s 


Total State 




J 1 D 


7 ij 

/ H 


7D 
/ \J 


549 


^1 1 
on 


532 




94 


67 


18 


1 3 


45 


7 », 


3, 155 


37 1 


2 , 7 38 


37 2 


7 hi ' U 


371 


\ 230 


I* "i 


] 


] ; 


Allegany 


78 


11 


3 


3 


13 


10 


6 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


66 


11 


53 


11 


51 


11 


29 


9 


3 


3 


Anne Arundel 


332 


22 


5 


5 


37 


19 


27 


13 


7 


4 






*J 


*1 


257 


21 


211 


20 


111 


20 


103 


9 


6 


5 


Baltimore City 


JO L 




A 
H 


J 




42 


74 


37 


18 


13 






47 


■17 


443 


51 


461 


50 


420 


49 


246 


43 






Baltimore 




LI 


9 


o 


89 




115 


43 


8 


g 


9 


g 




417 


471 


47 


421 


47 


441 


48 


162 


24 






Calvert 


32 


3 






4 


3 


















23 


3 


22 


3 


21 


3 


8 


2 






Caroline 


24 


4 


- 


- 


4 


4 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


4 


16 


4 


17 


4 


12 


2 


- 


- 


Carroll 


86 


10 


2 


2 


5 


4 


5 


3 


4 


2 


- 


- 


*2 


*1 


58 


10 


52 


10 


51 


10 


25 


6 


4 


4 


Cecil 


7 A 


Q 
O 




-3 
■J 


9 


9 
L 






9 

L 


9 










57 


8 


49 


8 


49 


8 


14 


5 


3 


3 


Charles 


66 


3 








4 


3 


3 














46 


8 


41 


8 


39 


8 


21 


3 


3 


3 


Dorchester 


^ l 


t; 
D 


1 
1 


1 


A 


9 
J 


i 

L 


l 
i 














24 


5 


19 


5 


20 


5 


13 


3 






Frederick 


96 


10 


4 


3 


9 


8 


4 


4 


2 


1 










71 


10 


64 


10 


61 


10 


33 


7 


8 


6 


Garrett 


30 


4 






3 


2 






1 


1 










24 


4 


16 


4 


16 


4 


9 


2 


4 


3 


Harford 


185 


11 


2 


2 


11 


6 


11 


5 


6 


3 


1 


1 






149; 


10 


101 


11 


104 


11 


43 


6 


8 


3 


Howard 


133 


16 


3 


3 


22 


16 


9 


6 


2 


2 


1 


1 






82 


16 


83 


16 


69 


16 


25 


7 


7 


5 


Kent 


31 


4 






5 


4 


2 


1 










*1 


*1 


23 


4 


18 


4 


15 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


Montgomery 


610 


53 


17 


16 


122 


52 


150 


52 


20 


13 


5 


3 


a 7 


a 6 


519 


53 


448 


53 


421 


53 


129 


33 


83 


42 


Prince George' s 


697 


60 


16 


16 


83 


58 


100 


59 


22 


18 


1 


1 


*>5 


^4 


551 


59 


440 


60 


428 


59 


254 


59 


50 


35 


Queen Anne' s 


27 


4 






2 


1 


2 


1 














15 


4 




4 


12 


4 


2 


1 


1 


1 


St. Mary's 


77 


6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


4 


3 














39 


6 


36 


6 


34 


6 


13 


2 






Somerset 


23 


7 






3 


3 


















24 


6 


20 


6 


16 


6 


12 


4 


1 


1 


Talbot 


27 


4 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 














20 


4 


16 


4 


17 


4 


9 


2 






Washington 


112 


15 


5 


5 


15 


14 


7 


5 


2 


2 






*1 


*1 


90 


15 


70 


15 


83 


15 


31 


8 


14 


10 


Wicomico 


60 


6 


4 


4 


7 


6 


7 


4 














53 


6 


42 


6 


43 


6 


20 


7 


2 


2 


Worcester 


39 


6 






3 


3 


1 


1 














30 


6 


26 


7 


24 


7 


13 


3 




3 



NOTE: T - Teacher; S - Schools. 
^Hebrew. 

/Includes 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Italian; 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Swahili. 

^Includes 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Conversational Chinese; 25 teachers and 11 schools teaching Foreign Language Appreciation. 
a Includes 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Port of Call; 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Japanese; 5 teachers and 4 schools teaching Introduction to 
Foreign Language. ^Includes 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Italian; 4 teachers and 3 schools teaching Hebrew. 



TABLE 

57 



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

Fall of 1974 



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 


Libr 




Arts 


Voca- 
tional 


Tech- 
nical 


ary 


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 


Total State 


824 


330 


987 


362 


112 


68 


968 


367 


1,921 


372 


1,156 


356 


936 


191 


51 


35 


351 


144 


898 


281 


1,106 


391 


1,113 


377 


466 


355 


All ppanv 

rv .l icgai iv 


18 


10 


23 


10 


1 


1 


24 


10 


37 


10 


25 


10 


17 


3 


1 


1 


15 


7 


6 


3 


25 


11 


21 


11 


15 


1C 


Anne Arundel 


83 


21 


78 


20 


3 


2 


75 


21 


136 


20 


84 


21 


54 


10 


- 


- 


12 


8 


55 


20 


89 


22 


78 


21 


25 


2C 


Baltimore City 


138 


42 


134 


48 


1 


1 


197 


48 


264 


51 


264 


48 


193 


29 


29 


17 


20 


16 


331 


43 


152 


55 


178 


52 


65 


4: 


Baltimore 


150 


44 


205 


46 


7 


2 


153 


44 


320 


48 


161 


44 


147 


34 


2 


1 


43 


19 


151 


43 


165 


50 


175 


50 


89 


4; 


Calvert 


8 


3 


7 


3 


1 


1 


9 


4 


15 


3 


3 


2 


8 


1 




~ 


2 


2 


7 


3 


10 


4 


9 


4 


4 




Caro 1 ine 


7 


4 


8 


4 


2 


1 


7 


4 


15 


4 


7 


4 


5 


1 


- 


- 


2 


2 


10 


4 


8 


4 


9 


4 


4 




Carroll 


14 


9 


24 


10 


8 


5 


20 


10 


45 


10 


21 


9 


27 


4 


1 


1 


6 


3 


11 


6 


29 


11 


25 


11 


11 


l 


Cecil 


10 


8 


13 


8 


2 


1 


12 


8 


27 


8 


15 


8 


24 


6 


- 


- 


5 


4 


13 


8 


18 


9 


11 


* 9 


8 




Charles 


12 


5 


17 


8 


2 


1 


18 


9 


40 


8 


15 


8 


11 


3 


1 


1 


7 


2 


21 


8 


23 


9 


18 


8 


8 




Dorchester 




4 


9 


5 


3 


2 


7 


5 


13 


5 


7 


5 


8 


3 


I 




2 


2 


8 


3 


10 


5 


8 


5 


5 




Frederick 


20 


10 


29 


10 


10 


6 


22 


10 


51 


10 


29 


10 


32 


7 


2 


2 


9 


7 


9 


4 


31 


10 


24 


9 


12 


] 


Garrett 


3 


2 


6 


3 


2 


2 


5 


2 


11 


2 


6 


2 


8 


2 






3 


2 


6 


2 


5 


2 


4 


2 


2 




Harford 


20 


9 


35 


10 


6 


2 


33 


10 


73 


10 


42 


10 


28 


7 






15 


6 


15 


10 


31 


11 


37 


11 


12 




Howard 


20 


15 


30 


16 


2 


1 


24 


17 


52 


16 


25 


15 


23 


1 






5 


5 


22 


14 


40 


17 


39 


17 


20 




Kent 


6 


3 


6 


4 


2 


1 


5 


4 


14 


4 


4 


4 


7 


1 






1 


1 


3 


2 


10 


4 


6 


4 


4 




Montgomery 


124 


49 


118 


54 


29 


17 


117 


54 


294 


54 


167 


54 


141 


37 


6 


6 


64 


23 


76 


33 


159 


54 


191 


54 


75 




Prince George' s 


132 


59 


149 


60 


11 


9 


163 


60 


350 


61 


207 


59 


95 


22 


3 


2 


53 


18 


107 


52 


184 


61 


196 


60 


61 




Queen Anne' s 


1 


1 


5 


3 


2 


1 


4 


3 


8 


3 


3 


3 


6 


1 










3 


2 


5 


4 


6 


4 


2 




St. Mary's 


12 


6 


12 


6 


3 


2 


12 


6 


26 


6 


11 


6 


15 


3 






3 


3 


12 


5 


22 


7 


17 


7 


9 




Somerset 


1 


1 


5 


3 


1 


1 


5 


5 


14 


7 


3 


3 


2 


2 






2 


2 






11 


6 


5 


3 


3 




Talbot 


5 


4 


8 


4 


1 


1 


6 


5 


11 


4 


7 


4 


11 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


3 


2 


10 


5 


6 


4 


4 




Washington 


16 


10 


37 


15 


10 


6 


30 


16 


51 


15 


30 


15 


37 


8 


3 


1 


6 


4 


12 


8 


36 


16 


26 


15 


16 




Wicomico 


12 


6 


18 


6 


1 


1 


12 


6 


34 


7 


13 


6 


22 


3 


1 


1 


7 


4 


12 


4 


20 


7 


14 


6 


6 




Worcester 


6 


5 


11 


6 


2 


1 


8 


6 


20 


6 


7 


6 


15 


1 






3 


3 


5 


2 


13 


7 


10 


6 


6 





NOTE: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 



TABLE 

58 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



T\rr» o for fi f l ra fp 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


urana total 


9 9 

L y Z JO 


*9 7 "17 


2 , 448 


9 Q SA 


9 S 1 1 

J j J L 1 


9 9 


9 S 90 


!i 17 7 


A 1 QO 


H| J/7 


9 S 9 S 


Elementary 


ft 97 


l m a 




i 9n s 


1 A 1 9 


1 AA 9 


1 R7A 


i q s 7 

1 | 7 JZ 


1 QAQ 
lj7M7 


9 171 
Z , I / 1 


i Aftn 


Secondary 




./l AA7 
f 1 j Do / 


^1 9 9A 


1 S7 1 


1 7Q 9 


J 1 A 99 


1 7 9 5 


i 1 QAA 

f 1j70D 


1 Q 9 A 


./ 1 Q 9Q 


J 1 A 1 ft 


Oft J. 1LU1 LUL 


7 


8 


5 


10 


8 


3 


8 


7 


8 


5 


13 




101 


87 


68 


78 


1 47 


90 


134 


135 


129 


175 


1 ? 3 

Z Z J 


Bu s ine s s 


35 


57 


32 


38 


48 


33 


39 


92 


108 


69 


57 


Kncr 1 i oh 

Li life i 1 oil 


288 


284 


228 


310 


324 


306 


274 


284 


271 


236 


165 


P/\to i on T a n fr m a q ^ r 


109 


70 


88 


119 


113 


146 


115 


148 


126 


136 


76 


numc i.-LUiiuuiiL c; 


57 


66 


54 


65 


75 


87 


85 


84 


95 


82 


56 


Indus tr ial Education 


18 


11 


21 




40 


$1 


35 


50 


58 


66 


45 


l id ui icn id tiLO 


109 


155 


116 


158 


180 


119 


127 


139 


151 


157 


78 


M u sic 


59 


99 


57 


60 


68 


57 


65 


46 


87 


92 


87 


Physical Education 


164 


149 


122 


11" 


142 


181 


215 


285 


289 


324 


250 


Science: 
























General Science 


Aft 


1 


20 


^A7 


^91 


99 




9 1 

Z 1 


1 4 


90 

Z V 


1 3 


Bio logy 


A"i 




93 


U7 


78 


7 1 


82 


66 


87 


66 


63 


GXtemi s try 


10 


19 


23 


18 


16 




7 


18 


15 


10 


6 


Physics 




9 


1 


4 


8 


4 


4 


4 


4 




g 


Social Science 


324 


432 


347 


363 


435 


356 


430 


428 


450 


376 


263 


Speech 


31 


8 


12 


20 


29 


21 


32 


53 


31 


45 


18 


Junior Hi^h (General) 


10 






4 


2 




12 










Other 


3 


3 


2 


29 




1 






1 


2 




Other: 




20 


60 


78 


106 


181 


231 


259 


317 


469 


437 


Guidance 




5 


8 


25 


38 


23 




28 


38 


45 


14 


Library Science 




4 


4 


25 


13 


2 


19 


42 


24 


32 


34 


Special Education 




1 


8 


19 


12 


156 


178 


140 


219 


271 


310 


Other 




10 


40 


9 


43 




30 


49 


36 


121 


79 



^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; 1973-74, 77; 
1974-75, 99. 

^Includes the following not reported by type of science: 1965-66, 62; 1967-68, 4; 1968-69, 6. 



TABLE 

59 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1974-75 



Type of Certificate 


Grand Total 


Master' s Degree 


Bachelor's Degree 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


f,ranH Tn ^ 

ui dllU lULdl 


3,535 


903 


2,632 


369 


145 


224 


3 


166 


758 


2, 


408 


P" 1 omom t" o r\r 
L. L fc l Lit 1.1 Ldiy 


1,680 


233 


1,447 


146 


43 


103 




534 


190 


1> 


344 


J ttUllUdi V 


*1,418 


*604 


*814 


*124 


*82 


*42 


1 


294 


522 




772 


A o t i nil t*m"P 


13 


13 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




13 


13 






Art 


123 


33 


90 


1 


- 


1 




122 


33 




89 




57 


14 


43 


- 


- 


- 




57 


14 




43 


Eng 1 i sh 


165 


36 


129 


1 


_ 


1 




164 


36 




128 


Foreign Languages 


76 


9 


67 


_ 


_ 


_ 




76 


9 




67 


J-l f\rn p> Frnnnini c c 


56 


_ 


56 


_ 








56 


_ 




56 


Tn/iiict"i"i a 1 FHiir a t - 1 An 
iUUUb 11 id 1 I.UULd L1UU 


45 


44 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 




45 


44 




1 


Ma thema tics 


78 


28 


50 


2 


2 


- 




76 


26 




50 


Mu sic 


87 


41 


46 


2 


2 






85 


39 




46 


Physical Education 


250 


133 


117 


13 


11 


2 




237 


122 




115 


Sciences : 
























(~\ (jll ^ )- -| 1 C[ T I ; n ^ ' ; 

ucllcLd I OllcIlLc 


13 


5 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 




13 


5 




8 


Bio logy 


63 


29 


34 


_ 


_ 


_ 




D J 


29 








6 


2 


4 


- 


- 


- 




6 


2 




4 




6 


3 


3 










6 


3 




3 


Social Science 


263 


143 


120 


6 


4 


2 




257 


139 




118 


Speech 


18 


8 


10 










18 


8 




10 


Junior High (General) 
























Other 
























Other: 


437 


66 


371 


99 


20 


79 




338 


46 




292 


Guidance 


14 


4 


10 


14 


4 


10 












Library Science 


34 


5 


29 


11 


4 


7 




23 


1 




22 


Special Education 


310 


45 


265 


14 


3 


11 




296 


42 




254 


Other 


79 


12 


67 


/60 


/9 


/51 




*19 


^3 




^16 



^Includes the following not reported by subject: 63 men and 36 women. 

/Includes the following: 4 men and 6 women school psychologists; 5 men and 45 women reading specialists. 
^Speech and hearing therapists. 



ADULT PROGRAM DATA 



Annual Report 



TABLE 

60 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



Year 


Number of Applicants Who: 


Total Number 

nf 

Certificates 
Issued 


Completed 
Examination* 


Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
Through USAF 1/ 


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 


1972-73 


8,941 


4,302 


781 


5,083 


1973-74 


8,780 


4,785 


7 36 


5,521 


1974-75 


10,996 


5,239 


566 


5,805 



•^Includes re-tests. 

/United States Armed Forces Institute. 



TABLE 

61 



General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


To tal 


Americani- 
zation and 
Citizenship 


Elementary 
Education 


High School 

Academic 
Education 


Language 


Rapid 
Reading 


Physical 
Fi tness 


Teachers 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


French 


Spanish 


Russian 


German 


Other 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


Total State 


1,988 


3,556 


73,833 


21 


447 


- 


- 


787 


16,711 


75 


1,365 


99 


1,920 


7 


93 


48 


950 


25 


543 


36 


1,078 


274 


6,778 


Allegany 


17 


17 


743 


-. 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


220 


Anne Arundel 


75 


88 


2,829 


1 


33 


- 


- 


19 


648 










- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




4 


67 


1 


14/ 


Baltimore City 


202 


425 


8,825 


16 


381 






295 


6,635 


5 


21 


13 


107 














6 


146 






Bal timore 


425 


548 


14,531 






- 


- 


129 


3,128 


12 


208 


18 


371 


- 


- 


9 


203 


10 


197 


9 


131 


34 


i,oi; 


Calvert 


33 


33 


840 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


159 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


II 


Caroline 


4 


4 


76 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




v^arroi i 


J 1 


7 3 


1 , 320 


— 


— 


- 


— 


7 


113 


- 


- 


1 


13 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 




- 




10 


20 


Cecil 


12 


27 


439 






































7 


15 


Charles 


18 


33 


560 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


102 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Dorchester 


30 


32 


572 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


38 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


18 


2 


6 


Frederick 


119 


20 1 


2 , 809 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


349 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ 


2 


20 


32 


7? 


\ja I 1 c L L 


6 


7 


148 










































Harford 


47 


118 


2, 132 






































72 


1,4: 


Howard 


90 


142 


2,475 










7 


200 


2 


18 


3 


48 


















11 


a 


Kent 


61 


78 


1,718 










1 


9 






2 


29 


















7 


i 


Montgomery 


401 


1,022 


21,572 


4 


33 






235 


4,431 


48 


997 


48 


1, 132 


2 


38 


32 


661 


15 


346 


27 


610 






Prince George's 


162 


371 


5,841 










20 


374 


7 


112 


11 


164 


5 


55 


7 


86 






6 


86 


51 


1,0 


Queen Anne' s 


61 


81 


1,418 






































15 




St. Mary's 


52 


118 


2,097 










21 


290 


1 


9 






















9 




Somerset 


31 


39 


747 










6 


124 


























5 


i 


Talbot 


24 


24 


632 






































2 




Washington 


28 


36 


591 










1 


14 


























5 




Wicomico 


20 


20 


549 










1 


57 






3 


56 


















2 




Worces ter 


19 


19 


369 










2 


30 































*Programs administered by local boards of education. 



TABLE 

61 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Business Education 


Fine Arts 


Arts and 
Crafts, 
Ceramics 


Music 


Furniture 
Ref inishing, 
Woodworking 


Other 
Practical 
and 

Applied Arts 


Other/ 


Bookkeeping 


Shorthand- 
Stenography 


Typing 


Other 






£ 




£ 


Q 




p 


£ 


r 




r 


£ 


r 


£ 


r 


£ 


r 


£ 


r 


£ 


Total State 


1 Q 


7A 7 


on 
zu 


7.^ L 


A 


/ U 


JO 


1 , U / O 




1 1 7ft 
1,1/0 


/.no 


ft 7Q7 


85 


1 A A 7 
1 , O^ / 


lift 


o o ^n 


AO A 


ft Qf»n 


ftA 7 

00 j 


L7, JO Z 


Al legany 


























i 
i 


A ft 






e 
J 


7 70 


c 
J 


7 7A. 

Z jo 


Anne Arundel 


1 


1 /. 
Lh 


















10 




a 


7 A 







1 Q 
1 7 


A A 7 
00 / 


1 7 


A On 


Baltimore City 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9 


231 


_ 




12 


226 


8 


122 






38 


595 


23 


361 


Ba 1 timore 














1 


17 


8 


199 


92 


1,880 






17 


360 


33 


705 


176 


6,115 


Calvert 


1 


7 1 
Z I 


A 


AQ 


D 


i n i 

L\J 1 


i 


ID 






1 
I 


1 ft 
10 


1 
L 


i i 


1 


L 7 
H Z 


R 




1 1 
1 1 


7 


Caroline 










1 


on 
ZU 










1 


i /. 
1h 










2 


^Z 






Carroll 














i 


1 c 
1 J 






Q 
O 


1 71 




Q 7 


A 
H 




1 7 
1 / 


IOC 

jZ J 


zu 




Cecil 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 








_ 


3 


36 






3 


36 


ll 


154 


3 


56 


Charles 


3 


42 


2 


27 


2 


37 


- 




- 


- 


6 


91 


- 


- 




83 


3 


55 


6 


123 


Dorchester 






1 


16 


1 


30 


2 


1 1 






3 


7 3 






■ 


16 


9 


1 C 7 
lO / 


9 


143 


Frederick 


2 


16 


1 


9 


9 


78 


6 


7 7 


3 


40 


12 


122 


4 


a 7 


16 


184 


i n 


T. A 7 
J4 / 


C 7 


£ 7 / 

6 /t* 


Garrett 






















1 


9 










2 


17 






Harford 






























2 


33 


30 


445 


14 


228 


Howard 














1 


7 


7 


75 


1 


7 


4 


75 


5 


60 


40 


617 


61 


1,058 


Kent 










2 


30 










5 


112 


2 


43 


3 


60 


23 


430 


33 


823 


1 IUL1 J- y 




119 










29 


603 


37 


758 


172 


3,867 


27 


701 


30 


651 


32 


673 


280 


5,952 


Prince George' s 


















3 


32 


41 


638 


18 


223 


13 


205 


111 


1,724 


78 


1,105 


Queen Anne' s 


5 


79 


4 


77 


4 


95 










6 


89 


3 


41 


4 


53 


23 


372 


17 


229 


St. Mary's 


2 


58 


5 


100 


12 


175 


4 


68 






4 


59 


4 


57 


„ 4 


60 


28 


414 


24 


465 


Somerset 






1 


15 


1 


9 


1 


9 






12 


225 


2 


29 






8 


159 


3 


57 


Talbot 






1 


26 


3 


57 


1 


24 






5 


137 


2 


29 


2 


29 


3 


79 


5 


161 


Washington 


















1 


24 










1 


19 


14 


205 


14 


231 


Wicomico 






















1 


11 






1 


50 


4 


110 


8 


194 


Worcester 


1 


13 


1 


15 


2 


38 










6 


102 










4 


125 


j 


46 



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



TABLE 

61 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Al legany 


Da L I L O UUl UdLlt 1 ll£ 


2 


104 


Bal timore 


Househo Id Pe ts 


1 


26 




1 


32 


( continued ) 


How To Test 


1 


23 






I 


59 




Hunter Safe ty 


12 


416 




Sign Language 


I 


41 




Inve s tmen ts 


15 


339 












Jewi sh Cu 1 tur e 


1 


27 


Anne Arundel 


Au t o Me c nan i c s 


'i 


110 




T 1 VI TIP Qlr "1 1 1 c 

L1V 1 L l O 


1 


18 




Boating Safety 


2 


l n l 




MomATv Of^'v/'p 1 o nm n t" 

rlclllU L V UC V t J-ULHHC11 l- 


2 


41 




Inv e s tmen t s 


3 


56 




Mo torcycle Opera tion 


2 


24 




rdLll allien <--Ly riULcUULcs 


2 


26 




Mu lti-Speed Bicycles 


1 


16 




Pho tography 


3 


7 \ 




Par en t Commun i c a tion 


2 


86 




Sign Language I 


9 


DO 




PaTfint Fff pp tiupnpcc 
XT a L ell I. Li Let LivcllCoi 


2 


47 




Sign Language - Intermediate 


o 

L 


Aft 




Parent Observa tion 


13 


561 












pl-i /-s ^noTanh\/ 


15 


324 


Baltimore City 


Creative Communications tor 








^PATnari eh i n 

i_) C d LI Id L 1 O 11 ip 


13 


1,030 


Senior Ci tizens 


1 






S ign Language 


1 


45 




Dance ~ Modern 


1 
L 


9 




Cnpn'al FHnr a t" i nn Um*k chon 


2 


51 




Finger Spell ing 


H 


JO 




Thpnrv/Vp 1 i knr^kv 

L IICUL V / V ClllxUJ. O J 


1 


15 




Pho tography 


L 


1 7 




W X l It 1 1 Let rv J. ll£, 


1 


11 




Problems of Democracy 


1 lx 
1*4 


9 9 A 




Uri fine f7oi* Ptihl ip 


1 


14 




Spe 1 1 and Vocabu lary 


1 
L 


J 1 
















Til i/orh 


Au to Me c nanic s 


2 


45 


Ba 1 timore 


Ac cents/ Home 


i. 








1 


9 




Antiques 


C. 



19 9 




nd t> u 1 1 1 y 


1 


40 




Antiques- American 


1 
1 


1 Q 




Mrs* Fix- i t 


1 


s 




An t iques- Co 1 lec ting 


L 








1 


19 




Baby Sitter Training 


l 


24 




Real Estate Approval 


1 


40 




Bicycle Repair 


3 


37 




Surveying 


1 


9 




Breast Cancer Education 


10 


708 




Welding 


3 


89 




Clown Training 


1 


12 












College Inf ormation/Parents 


3 


55 


Carroll 


Auto Body Repair 


2 


32 




Creative Writing 


4 


55 




Community Techniques 


1 


15 




Defensive Driving 


7 


202 




Household Mechanic 


1 


8 




Divorce 


1 


12 




Income Tax Preparation 


1 


10 . 




Driver Education 


45 


1,598 




"Lib" Auto 


1 


21 




F inane ia 1 Ana lysis 


1 


19 




Masonry Trades 


4 


69 



TABLE 

61 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


Carroll 


Party Bridge 


1 


15 


Frederick 


Death and Dying 


I 


10 




Pho tography 


1 


15 


(continued) 


Driver Education 


3 


39 




Pilots Graduate School 


2 


55 




Elec trici ty-Elec tronics 


I 


9 




Small Engine Repair 


2 


39 




Electronics 


2 


30 




Understanding Ourselves and Others 


2 


50 




Family Life and Human 








Wills and Estates 


2 


27 




Development 


I 


35 












Home Nursing 


I 


23 


Cecil 


Bridge 


1 


13 




Metal Shop 


3 


27 




Dancing- Social 


2 


30 




Middle Eastern (Belly) Dancing 


1 


24 












Parent/Child Speech Therapy 


I 


12 


Char 1 es 


Auto Mechanics 


1 


17 




Parent Enrichment 


7 


69 




Boating 


2 


55 




Parent/Infant Stimulation 


3 


30 




Bricklaying 


2 


42 




Parent Volunteer Reading 








Electronics 


1 


9 




Training 


I 


16 












Parent Volunteer Training 


I 


9 


Dorches ter 


Agr icu 1 tur e 


1 


16 




Pho tography 




21 




Auto Body 


1 


7 




Photography/Commerical Art 


1 


10 




Auto Mechanics 


1 


24 




Plumbing and Heating 


2 


14 




i^lec trici ty 


1 


18 




Small Gas Engine Repair 


2 


13 




Family Planning 


1 


25 




Welding combination 


2 


29 




Horsemanship 


1 


10 












Masonry 


1 


14 


Harford 


Bird Identification 




10 




Pho tography 


1 


13 




Chess Tactics 


1 


10 




Self Defense 


1 


16 




Complete Herbalist 


1 


10 












Cosmetic Technology 




13 


Frederick 


Adapted Parent/Child Physical 








Jazz Dance $ 




32 




Education 


2 


34 




Make Up Artistry 




13 




Agriculture Mechanics 


4 


48 




Recorder Consort 




21 




Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 


1 


11 




Senior Life Saving 




83 




American In 70' s the New Media 


1 


9 




Tracing Your Ancestry 




10 




Arc and Acetylene Welding 


1 


15 




Women's Discovery 




15 




Auto Maintenance and Repair for 








Women's Guide Auto 




11 




Women 


1 


10 












Auto Mechanics 


6 


96 


Howard 


A Career, Is It For You 




51 




College Information for Parents 


2 


31 




Mrttiques 




17 



TABLE 

61 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 









bnro 11- 








Enroll- 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


• 

Local Unit 


Sub j ec t 


Classes 


ment 


Howard 


Auto Engine Tune-up 


2 


39 


Kent 


Car Care Maintenance 


2 


30 


(continued) 


Bridge 


5 


128 


(continued) 


Dancing Social 


2 


64 




Camera as a Creative Tool 


3 


61 




Discover Old Kent 


2 


19 




Career Opportunity for Women 


3 


64 




Electronics 


1 


8 




Chess Fundamentals 


1 


8 




Food Preservation 


1 


12 




Dancing 


8 


178 




Income Tax 


1 


6 




Fund Raising Through Effective 








Marine Engines 


1 


14 




Grants 


1 


13 




Open Shop 


1 


15 




Great Decision 


1 


13 




Parent Group Study 


7 


389 




Home Maintenance 


3 


45 




Photography 


3 


37 




Living With Dying 


1 


18 




Seafood of Maryland 


2 


35 




Manual Communication 


3 


39 




Welding 


2 


32 




Motorcycle Repair 


2 


29 












Nature Workshop 


1 


15 


Montgomery 


Antiques and Collectables 


5 


237 




Outboard Motors 


1 


16 




Auto-Brakes 


1 


23 




Parent-Child Effectiveness 


1 


20 




Auto Mechanics for Women 


13 


268 




Powder Puff Auto Mechanics 


3 


47 




Auto Practice 


10 


204 




Practical House Wiring 


1 


17 




Auto Theory 


12 


372 




Preventive Maintenance for Toyoto 


2 


36 




Auto Tune -up 


1 


25 




Preventive Maintenance for 








Automotives 


6 


81 




Volkswagon 


2 


26 




Better English Usage 


4 


64 




Private Pilot Ground School 


1 


10 




Braille 


2 


12 




Radio Beginning 


1 


9 




Calligraphy 


9 


260 




Seizures, What to do About Them 


1 


3 




Celestial Navigation 


3 


122 




Sherlock Holmes 


1 


15 




Coin Values Today 


1 


12 




Single Again 


4 


77 




Communicating Effectively 


2 


34 






Small Engines 


1 


16 




Community Living Skills 


6 


96 






Television and the American 








Death, Dying, and Family 


1 


18 






Women 


1 


14 




Effective Speech 


1 


19 






Unmentionable Crimes 


1 


16 




Electricity 


3 


60 






Women-Self Protection 


2 


18 




Electronics 

Family Communications 


3 
53 


57 
l, 118 




Kent 


Bee Keeping 


1 


24 




Family as a System 


1 


15 






Boating and Seamanship 


1 


15 




Fantastic Memory 


2 


61 






Bricklaying 


2 


52 




Gems tones 


6 


169 






Bridge 


4 


71 




Great Decisions 


3 


65 





TABLE 

61 



Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



^ocal Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


Montgomery 


Handwriting Analysis 


3 


63 


Prince George' s 


Collectable Glass 


1 


27 


(continued) 


High Points of Order 


1 


19 


(continued) 


Creative Writing 


2 


24 




Holiday Boutique 


2 


44 




Dactylology 


5 


61 




Home Maintenance 


3 


42 




Drafting Pattern 


3 


30 




Income Tax 


2 


57 




Financial Planning 




35 




Investment Planning 


7 


155 




Genealogy 


1 


17 




Investments in the Stock Market 


2 


30 




Ground School-Private Pilots 


3 


45 




Italic Handwriting 


1 


34 




Home Maintenance Repair 


1 


26 




Let' s Go Tour 


1 


13 




Income Tax Preparation 


2 


46 




Let's Take a Bird Walk 


7 


177 




Independent Living 




20 




Let' s Take a Walk 


2 


41 




Instrument Ground School 


1 


15 




Lip Reading 


1 


26 




Preparation for Civil Service 








Manual Communication 


7 


131 




Examina tion 


3 


43 




Medical Office Procedures 


2 


47 




Photography 


12 


163 




Parents of Adopted Children 


1 


33 




Real Estate 


3 


46 




Parent-Child Development 


51 


743 




Rifle Marksmanship 


1 


10 




Pilot School 


1 


21 




Self Defense 


1 


10 




Planning Your Estate 


5 


135 




Sign Language 




90 




F'ants Alive 


3 


85 












Private Comm. Pilot 


1 


21 


Queen Anne ' s 


Antique Recognition 


1 


11 




Ready for a Job 


3 


51 




Auto Repairs 


1 


9 




Real Estate Law 


2 


36 




Bee Keeping 


1 


10 




Real Estate from Investor's 








Bridge 


1 


12 




point of View 


5 


107 




Car Care and Maintenance 




9 




Refrigeration 


3 


91 




Carving 




9 




Sign Language 


1 


27 




Dancing Social « 




48 




Telephone Techniques 


1 


9 




Electricity 




8 




Theatre: D. C. 


1 


19 




General Home Repair 




10 




Transactional Analysis 


4 


110 




Masonry 




39 




Vocabulary Building 


6 


140 




Motorcycle Repair and 




12 




Writing for Children 


3 


53 




Maintenance 












Pho tography 




10 


rlnce George' s 


Bible Research 


2 


26 




Small Gasoline Engine Repair 




8 


Braille 


2 


21 




Smoking Withdrawal 




9 




Child Development 


26 


350 




Winding 




25 



TABLE 

61 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


St. Mary's 


Auto Body 


2 


26 


Washington 


Piloting and Boating 


2 


44 




Auto Mechanics 


4 


70 


(continued) 


Wine Application and Serving 


1 


9 




Auto Mechanics - Women 


2 


33 




You and Your Horse 


2 


33 




Dog Obedience 


2 


52 












Employment Skills - Basic 


1 


15 


Wicomico 


Auto Refresher Course 


1 


31 




Family Money Management 


1 


9 




Auto Tune- up 


1 


37 




Genealogy 


1 


22 




Bridge 


1 


30 




Home Food Production 


J. 


Z J 




General Home Repair and 








Miss Fix-it Home Maintenance 


1 


6 




Maintenance 


I 


20 




Nurse ' s Aide 


2 


39 




Investments 


1 


16 




Preparation Civil Service 








Law 


1 


21 




Examina tion 


1 


1 i 




Photography 


J 


ID 




Private Pilot Ground School 


2 


68 




Welding 




23 




Small Engine 


1 


14 












Substitute Teaching Teacher Aide 


1 


30 


Worcester 


Masonry 


1 


11 




Understanding the Elderly 


1 


24 




Small Motor Repair 


1 


K 10 




Welding 


1 


19 




Welding 


1 


25 


Somerset 


Home Repairs 


1 


6 












Learning Disabilities 


1 


24 












Welding 


1 


27 










Talbot 


Aircondi tioning 


1 


48 












Auto Mechanics 


1 


32 












Drafting 


1 


6 












Masonry 


1 


28 












Welding 


1 


47 










Washing ton 


Ballroom Dancing 


1 


42 












Children's Clay Workshop 


1 


8 












Graphoana lysis 


2 


24 












Introduction to Fly Fishing 


2 


24 












Kxoean Tang Soo Do 


2 


28 












Motorcycle Safety 


1 


19 











TABLE 

62 

Vocational Adult Education Programs: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agri- 
c u 1 turG 


Distribu- 
tive 

E tion 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Consumer 
and 

1 1 Ul lit- 1 1 La IMILg 


Business 
and 
Office 

FHi i f a t i nn 

1 - U LI l_ < 1 klULI 


Tech- 
nical 

E tion" 


Trade 
and 

TnHiict"T*1 a 1 

LLIUU 3 UL i. a 1 

FH 1 1 r a t \ nn 

i . U u v„ a i J uu 


Other 


Total State 


31,685 


102 


1,815 


672 


11,124 


10,451 


58 


5,861 


1,602 


Al legany 


998 








636 


160 




201 


1 


Anne Arundel 


854 


- 


- 


- 




820 


- 


30 


4 


Baltimore City 


5,500 


- 


40 


- 


610 


2,281 


- 


1,753 


816 


Baltimore 


13,236 


59 


1,073 


645 


5,549 


3,264 


48 


2,340 


258 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caro 1 ine 


20 










20 








Carroll 


363 


- 


- 


- 


115 


157 


- 


80 


11 


Cecil 


422 


- 


66 


- 


43 


96 


* 


138 


79 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Frederick 


524 


19 


154 




34 


63 




225 


29 


Garrett 


36 






- 






- 




36 


Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Kent 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


6,226 


24 


439 




3,871 


1,513 




58 


321 


Prince Ceorge' s 


2,551 










1,734 




776 


41 


Queen Anne' s 


66 




43 


3 






10 


10 




St. Mary's 




















Somerset 












— Cr 








Talbot 




















Washington 


601 






24 


266 


176 




131 


4 


Wicomico 


288 










167 




119 


2 


Worcester 





















TABLE 

63 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1974-75 



I nra 1 T Tn i t" 
LULa J. Ull-LL 


Total 


Agr i- 
cu 1 tur e 


Distribu- 
tive 
Education 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Consumer 
and 
Homemaking 
Education 


Occupa- 
tional 

Prepa- 
ration 


Business 
and 
Office 


Coop 


Tech- 
nical 


Trades 
and 
Indus try 


Other 


i o i3 1 o ua. 


185 ,112 


4, 375 


2, 399 


1,080 


92,927 


1, 280 


45,954 


6,959 


206 


22, 243 


7,689 


Allegany 


4,294 


48 


104 


39 


2,123 


26 


1,145 




- 


453 


356 


Anne Arundel 


1 L 9Q 1 


102 


207 


171 


6 , 606 


59 


4, 944 


782 




1, 161 


261 


Ba 1 1 i mo re C i ty 


^ 1 9Q0 




390 


200 


15,093 


523 


6,761 




95 


6, 754 


1,474 


Ba 1 timore 


9 Q ft OA 


335 


527 


123 


16 , 265 




5,375 


1, 273 




3,043 


1,883 


L.aiver l 




9Q 




19 


717 


26 


389 


2 




210 


9 


Caroline 


955 


90 




33 


256 




375 


31 


- 


141 


29 


farm 1 1 


4 ,994 


211 


23 


30 


2,648 


37 


702 


205 




834 


304 


Cecil 


c , UOl 


34 


n 


41 


856 




636 


133 




369 


1 


Char les 


"? ^9 1 


LI 






1,701 


40 


1, 366 


118 




280 


69 


Dor c he s ter 


L , OU J- 


1 S7 


130 




609 




391 


84 




152 


278 


Frederick 


6,388 


577 


35 


- 


2,873 




1,429 


310 


- 


942 


222 


Garr e t t 


1 , jUO 


1 A 1 








JO 


418 


70 




319 


6 


Ha r f r*rr\ 
fid LlUlU 




907 


9f> 




750 




1,552 


249 




417 


27 


Howard 


A A 1 
, 441 


JO 




Q S 
y J 


<+ , HO J 


19 


602 






570 


636 


Kent 


1,363 


59 




50 


458 




216 


_ 


_ 


247 


333 


Montgomery 


21,548 


932 


320 


25 


13,880 


270 


1,913 


1,599 


82 


1,740 


787 


Prince George' s 


30,817 


311 


293 


65 


12,894 


50 


13,020 


1,627 




2,096 


461 


Queen Anne 1 s 


1,064 


69 


8 


37 




51 


399 






492 


8 


St. Mary's 


4,204 


121 


33 


24 


2,537 


12 


830 


138 




323 


186 


Somerset 


568 


45 






99 




347 


77 








Talbot 


1,709 


64 


53 


17 


1,013 


37 


351 


40 




128 


6 


Washing ton 


8,643 


669 


170 


51 


4,792 


24 


1,585 


151 


29 


890 


282 


Wicomico 


2,827 


45 


69 


31 


1,074 


68 


958 


70 




506 


6 


Worcester 


1,450 


26 




29 


904 




250 






176 


65 



VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITATION DATA 



Annual Report 



TABLE 

64 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local, unit 


Total 
Number of 
Cases 


Rehabili- 
tated 


Vocational 
Preparation 


Service 
Completed 


Surveyed, 
Under 
Advisement 


Closed: 
Other 
Reasons 


Total State 


24,948 


8,414 


9,283 


1,226 


3,690 


2,335 


A 1 1 poanv 
t\L Legally 


447 


141 


227 


23 


40 


16 


Anne Arundel 


1,357 


530 


448 


63 


225 


91 


Baltimore City 


8,942 


2,909 


2,645 


553 


1,857 


978 


Baltimore 


3,298 


1,133 


1,404 


156 


360 


245 


Calvert 


144 


59 


45 


5 


21 


14 


Ceiro 1 in£ 




58 


64 


7 


16 


14 


Carroll 


719 


264 


325 


36 


44 


50 


Cecil 


357 


123 


115 


20 


63 


36 


Charles 


324 


111 


112 


23 


57 


21 


Dorchester 


363 


143 


128 


19 


39 


34 


Frederick 


OD Z 


"inn 


504 


22 


24 


12 


Garrett 


83 


31 


37 


6 


9 


1 


Harford 


501 


177 


244 


10 


16 


54 


Howard 


381 


162 


125 


11 


50 


33 


Kent 


106 


34 


40 


5 


14 


13 


Montgomery 


1,789 


574 


712 


68 


265 


170 


Prince George's 


2,544 


747 


1,081 


64 


355 


296 


Queen Anne' s 


116 


51 


33 


7 


12 


13 


St. Mary's 


320 


124 


90 


13 


63 


30 


Somerset 


148 


61 


42 


7 

a 


19 


19 


Talbot 


266 


111 


104 


21 


22 


8 


Washington 


1,048 


332 


573 


26 


34 


83 


Wicomico 


545 


197 


145 


54 


62 


87 


Worcester 


129 


42 


40 


7 


23 


17 



TABLE 

65 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Char ac teristic 


1U Lai 


Rehabili- 
tated* 


ther/ 


Pi"i naTu Cmirro /"\ r QiirM^/~ii"t" at" Arrflntanfo 
LL±llLdiLy JUUL Lc Ul Jlip^JUL L. d L. rtCLcp LdLlLC 


Total 


Rehabi 1 i- 
tated* 




Total Number 


24,948 


8,414 


16,534 


Current earnings 


2 


587 


1,344 


1,243 










Family and friends 


9 


727 


3,125 


6,602 


Age 








Private relief agency 




83 


32 


51 


Under 20 


3,850 


663 


3,187 


Public Assistance 




028 


1,210 


2,818 


20 - 34 


12,808 


4,153 


8,655 


Public institutions - tax supported 


3 


449 


1,387 


2,062 


35 - 44 


3,218 


1,231 


1,987 


Workmen' s compensation 




343 


104 


239 


45 - 64 


4,414 


1,967 


2,447 


Social Security Disability Benefits 


1 


050 


345 


705 


65 - over 


633 


392 


241 


Other disability, sickness, savings or 










Not reported 


25 


8 


17 


age benefits 




255 


111 


144 










Annuity or other non-disability insurance 










Education Grades Completed 








benefits 




416 


207 


209 


None 


1,124 


287 


837 


Disability or sickness benefits, savings, 










1-7 


2,528 


1,044 


1,484 


other 


1 


104 


439 


665 


8 


2,328 


820 


1,508 


Not reported 


1 


906 


110 


1,796 


9-11 


8, 200 


2,667 


5, 533 










if 


12 


5,822 


2,061 


3,761 












13 - 15 


1,320 


471 


849 












16 and over 


469 


221 


248 












Special Education 


2,851 


795 


2,056 












Not reported 


306 


48 


258 












Race 


















White 


14,838 


5,218 


9,620 












Black 


9,676 


3, 158 


6,518 












Indian 


30 


1 1 


19 












Other 


78 


19 


59 












Not reported 


326 


8 


318 












Sex 


















Male 


14,444 


4,704 


9,740 












Female 


10,504 


3,710 


6,794 












Not reported 


















Dependents 





















17,574 


5,617 


11,957 












1 


2,686 


1,070 


1,616 












2 or 3 


2,765 


1,085 


1,680 












4 or more 


1,440 


552 


888 












Not reported 


483 


90 


393 













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



TABLE 

66 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1974-75 





Total 


Rchs bi litatcd^ 


Other/ 


Total 


24,948 


8,414 


16,534 


Amputations 


683 


549 


134 


Orthopedic Impairments 


3,771 


1,051 


2,720 


Visual Impairments 


1,353 


525 


828 


Mental Impairments 








Character, Personality, Behavior Disorders 


3,338 


1,022 


2,316 


Mental Retardation 


3,553 


1,087 


2,466 


Psychiatric 


3,061 


1, 129 


1,932 


Respiratory Diseases 


219 


70 


149 


Alcoholism 


1,087 


565 


522 


Deafness 


1,247 


474 


773 


Digestive System Disorders 


1,096 


602 


494 


Drug Addiction 


830 


251 


579 


Epilepsy 


601 


193 


408 


Heart and Circulatory Disorders 


863 




550 


Speech 


225 


74 


151 


Other 


3,021 


509 


2,512 



-'Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 
/See following table. 



TABLE 

67 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Type of Referrals 


Total 


Rehabilitated* 


Other/ 


Total 


24,948 


8,414 


16,534 


Educational Institutions 


5,625 


1,365 


4,260 


Hospitals and Sanitariums 


3,759 


1,673 


2,086 


Health Organizations and Agencies 


1,472 


530 


942 


Welfare Agencies 


1,696 


523 


1,173 


Social Security Administration 


1,031 


289 


742 


Workmen' s Compensation Agencies 


342 


94 


248 


State Employment Service 


231 


90 


141 


State Vocational Rehabilitation Agency 


267 


92 


175 


Correctional Institutions 


2,699 


768 


1,931 


Other Public Organizations or Agencies 


913 


346 


567 


Artificial Appliance Companies 


140 


61 


79 


Self-Referred 


3,602 


1,380 


2,222 


Physicians 


1,114 


494 


620 


Other Individuals 


1,835 


622 


1,213 


Other Private Organizations and Agencies 


222 


87 


135 



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



FINANCIAL DATA 



Annual Report 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitat ion: 1974-75 



TABLE 

68 



Source or Purpose 



Administration 
and 
Finance 



Research, Evalu- 
ation, and Infor- 
mation Systems 

_ $ 563,762 
15,083 
19,854 
14,244 

700 
367,992 
39,234 

1,735 
172,281 
24,964 



Instruc- 
tion 



Voca tiona 1 • 
Technica 1 
Educa tion 



Library 
Deve lop- 
ment and 
Services 



Compensatory, 

Urban, and 
Supplementary 
Programs 



Certification 
and 

Accreditation 



State Library 
Services 



S.aries 

l:hnical and Special Fees 

C munication 

Iivel 

Eel and Utilities 

M:or Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

Citractual Services 

S'plies and Materials 

E. ipment - Replacement 

E ipment - Additional 

Cnts, Subsidies, Contributions 

F ed Charges 



$1,826,615 
118,747 
50,621 
77,280 

20,534 
274,574 
18,526 
17,733 
7,239 
107,189 
137,981 



868,119 
372,593 
35,112 
35,524 

11,506 
282,108 

67,300 
1,418 
7,718 

15,321 

34,526 



845,213 
3,933 
33,874 
32,634 

15,070 
26,724 
15,036 
440 
1,434 
45,016 
41,716 



416,406 
24,368 
13,320 
22,279 

2,397 
115,566 
26,980 
504 
19,778 
37,317 
40,861 



477,129 
45,993 
18,833 
26,887 

5,267 
253,300 
17,352 

3,000 
33,305 
25,922 



700,536 


$ 79,717 


58,336 


6,467 


27,288 


1,974 


18,883 


1,364 


4,734 




114,248 


175,349 


24,254 


9,957 




545 


1,113 


49 


1,832 




36,784 




988,008 


$305,417 



Total 



$2,657,039 



$1,219,849 



$1,731, 2''- 



$1,061,090 



$ 719,776 



$ 906,988 



Source or Purpose 



Instructional 
Television 



Administration- 
Rehabilitation 



Placement 

and 
Guidance 



Case 
Services 



Dis- 
ability 
Determi- 
nation 



Maryland 
Rehabili- 
tion 
Center 



Special 
Education 



S aries 

T hnical and Special Fees 
C munication 
T vel 
Fd 

F 1 and Utilities 

M or Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

C tractual Services 

S plies and Materials 

E ipment - Replacement 

E ipment - Additional 

Gnts, Subsidies, Contributions 

■F ed Charges 



392,054 
130,576 
18,694 
13,870 



753 
271,816 
89,477 
302 
4,622 

16,838 



$ $605,696 
6,134 
21,785 
13,281 



5,968 
5,594 

17,595 
1,539 
4,931 
102,126 

39,660 



$4,604,569 
25,726 
126,142 
106,274 

14,943 
1,183,079 
56,913 
13,336 
12,040 
404,363 
239,851 



5,495,003 



Total 



$ 939,002 



$ 824,309 



$6,787,236 



$5,495,003 



$1,568,182 
867,758 
57,371 
16,008 



23,884 
17,506 
9,664 
7,275 
173,392 
132,046 



$2,307,615 
21,593 
30,903 
6,552 
198,771 
180,932 
* 5,192 
131,492 
197,888 
158 
48,995 
263,012 
35,211 



341,026 
165,398 
12,404 
16,816 



2,446 
457,088 
9,262 

8,238 
75,998 
13,513 



1,873,086 



$3,428,314 



$1,102,189 



TABLE 

69 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1974-75 





Appropriations* 


Expenditures 


Appropriations Lapsed 


Unit or Purpose 


Total 


General 












Total 


Di sbur se- 


Encum- 


Cancel- 


Rever- 




Special 


Federal 


men ts 


brances 


1 a t ions/ 


sions^ 


State Share of Current Expenses 


$249,570, 


384 


$249,570,384 












$248,710,180 


$248,710,180 


$ 


$ 


$ 860,204 


National Defense Education Act 


360 , 


000 


- 








360 , 


000 


360,000 


- 


360,000 


- 


- 


Handicapped Children 


34 527 


213 


34,527,213 












34,527,213 


30,472,064 


4,055,149 


- 


- 


Assistance to State for Educating 




























Handicapped Children 


1,780, 


000 


- 








780 


000 


1,780,000 


328,287 


1,451,713 


- 


- 


Education of Children of Low Income 




























Fami lies 


30 , 254, 


489 


- 






30 


. 254. 


489 


30,254,489 


12,536,600 


17,717,889 


- 


- 


Development of Supplemental Centers, 




























Services, and Innovative Programs 


1.787. 


353 


- 






1 


.787. 


353 


1,787,353 


- 


1,787,353 


- 


- 


Adult Continuing Education 


1.444. 


714 


410,000 






1 


,034, 


714 


1,444,714 


422,607 


1,022,107 


- 


- 


Early Childhood Education 


699, 


000 


699,000 












699,000 


699,000 


- 


- 


- 


Federal Vocational Education 


10,630, 


281 


- 






10 


.630. 

9 9 


281 


10,630,281 


958,381 


9,671,900 


- 


- 


Manpower Development and Training 


1.590. 


599 


185,000 






1 


9 9 


599 


1,405,599 


415,837 


989,762 


- 


185,000 


Industrial Training 


200, 


000 


200,000 












200,000 


57,505 


142,495 


- 


- 


Apprenticeship Program 


300, 


000 


300,000 












300,000 


266,290 


33,710 


- * 


- 


Vocational Centers 


150, 


000 


150,000 












150,000 


127,475 


22,525 


- 


- 


School Lunch 


21,500, 


000 


- 






21 


• 500, 


000 


21,500,000 


19,777,675 


1,722,325 


- 


- 


Food Service Program 


4,000, 


000 


4,000,000 












4,000,000 


3,814,525 . 


185,475 


- 


- 


Child Nutrition 


10,000, 


000 


- 






10 


,000, 


000 


10,000,000 


3,453,664 


6,546,336 


- 


- 


Public Libraries 


3,726, 


233 


2,637,217 






1 


,089, 


016 


3,634,695 


2,646,801 


987,894 


- 


91,538 


State Library Network 


1,300, 


000 


1,300,000 












1,300,000 


1,292,873 


7, 127 


- 




Public Library Incentive Fund 


1,594, 


395 










560, 


000 




1 17 3 16 3 


36 1 , 167 




60,065 


School Library Resources 


1,750, 


000 








1 


,750, 


000 


1,750,000 


12,000 


1,738,000 






Transportation 


44,615, 


704 


44,615,704 












44,615,704 


41,459,129 


3,156,575 






Transportation - Private School 




























Handicapped Children 


787, 


756 


787,756 












787,756 


314,246 


473,510 






School Building Construction Aid 


77,514, 


625 


77,514,625 












76,466,143 


76,466,143 






1,048,482 


School Community Centers 


1,110 


000 


1, 100,000 


10 


000 








1,110,000 


880,075 


229,925 






Driver Education 


32,890 


989 














2,890,989 


2,890,989 








Headquarters - State Department of 




























Education 


31,117 


723 


9,949,682 


21 


705 


21 


,146, 


336 


31,038,552 


28,509,741 


2,528,811 


64,154 


15,017 


State-Aided Educational Institutions 


3,761, 


088 


3,761,088 












3,761,088 


3,761,088 








Total 


$538,962 


546 


$432,742,064 


$31,705 


$103,297, 


788 


$536,638,086 


$481,446,338 


$55,191,748 


$64,154 


$2,260,306 



*Appropriations adjusted by credits and amendments. 
/Applies to federal funds. 
^Applies to general funds. 
a Non-budget funds. 



TABLE 

70 



Local Revenue Appropriations: MaryLand Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 



Appropriations for Public Schools/ 



Local 





Revenue* 


All School 


Current 




De b t 


A 1 1 Qrhrtn 1 


C u r r en t 


Capital 


Debt 








Purposes 


Expenses 


Ou tlay 


Service 






Outlay 




al State 


$1,338,815, 


709 


S743 434 


122 


$680, 197 


803 


$ i j , 6Do , 4U6 


$4/,j//,VlJ 


55.5 


50 . 8 


1. 


2 


i c 

J . D 


Allegany 


17,640, 


457 


9 773 


795 


9,640, 


000 


- 


133,795 


55.4 


54.6 






0.8 


Anne Arundel 


77,440, 


414 


53,895, 


001 


45,882, 


676 


1,417,500 


6,594,825 


69.6 


59. 3 


1. 


8 


8.5 


Baltimore City 


319,088, 


925 


97,809, 


292 


86,695, 


103 


- 


11, 114,189 


30.7 


27.2 






3.5 


Baltimore 


207,694, 


470 


130,026, 


090 


123,652, 


440 


1,216,000 


5,157,650 


62.6 


59.5 


0.6 


2.5 


Calvert 


6,266, 


425 


4.447 . 


811 


4. 102. 


716 


4U , 4 JO 


304 ,637 


/ 1 . U 


OD. D 





6 




Caroline 


4,480, 


564 


2. 125, 


348 


2,024, 

* * 


412 


16,206 


84,730 


47.4 


45.2 


o 


T 
J 


1.9 


Carroll 


20,458, 


330 


13,088, 


366 


11,238, 


012 


718,569 


1,131,785 


64.0 


54.9 


3 


5 


5.6 


Cecil 


11,835, 


320 


6,775, 


251 


6,076, 


200 


307,255 


391,796 


57.2 


51.3 


2 


6 


3.3 


Charles 


16,662, 


004 


11,508, 


766 


10,590, 


595 


90,214 


827,957 


69. 1 


63.6 





5 


5.0 


Dorche s ter 


7,589, 


614 


3, 735, 


140 


3,727, 


037 






4". £ 








O 1 


Frederick 


26,882, 


682 


16,626, 


955 


14,663, 


383 


483,973 


1,479,599 


61.8 


54.5 


1 


8 


5.5 


Garrett 


5,859, 


294 


2,133, 


060 


2,085, 


727 


- 


47,333 


36.4 


35.6 






0.8 


Harford 


31,138, 


237 


21,370, 


158 


19,231, 


279 


1,036,120 


1,102,759 


68.6 


61.8 


3 


3 


3.5 


Howard 


35,924, 


889 


22,611, 


336 


20,972, 


097 




1,639,239 


63.0 


58.4 






4.6 


Kent 


4,447, 


530 


2,708, 


004 


2,386, 


833 




321,171 


60.9 


53.7 






7.2 


Montgomery 


2^.8,113, 


974 


173,197, 


239 


157,059, 


499 


9,878,000 


6,259,740 


69.8 


63.3 


4 





2.5 


Prince George' s 


218,903, 


337 


129,022, 


611 


120,542, 


414 




8,480,197 


58.9 


55.0 






3.9 


Queen Anne ' s 


5,042, 


408 


2,568, 


755 


2,512, 


038 


15,000 


41,717 


50.9 


49.8 





3 


0.8 


St. Mary's 


10,053, 


552 


5,173, 


241 


4,927, 


742 


47,900 


197,599 


51.5 


49.0 





5 


2.0 


Somerset 


3,138, 


713 


1,500, 


451 


1,356, 


634 




143,817 


47.8 * 


43.2 






4.6 


Talbot 


6,615, 


343 


4,365, 


303 


4,137, 


563 




227,740 


66.0 


62.6 






3.4 


Washington 


24,699, 


187 


15,247, 


254 


14,076, 


858 


68,630 


1, 101,766 


61.7 


57.0 





3 


4.4 


Wicomico 


14,265, 


784 


7,752, 


991 


7,372, 


638 


181,506 


198,847 


54.4 


51.7 


1 


3 


1.4 


Worcester 


14,574, 


256 


5,971, 


904 


5,243, 


907 


141,075 


586,922 


41.0 


36.0 


1 





4.0 



Percent of Total Revenue 
Appropriated to Public Schools 



*I>ures from State Bureau of Fiscal Services which include taxes, licenses and permits, and fines and forfeitures. 
/I'ures from financial reports of local boards of education. 
I I 



TABLE 



71 



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

Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Rece ip t s 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent 


from Each Source 




State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,541,879,506 


$685,687,023 


$104,521,739 


$743,434,122 


$9,408,509 


($1,171,887) 


44 


.5 


6. 


8 


48. 


8 


(0 


1) 


Allegany 


25,075,637 


13,008,671 


2,185,335 


9,773,795 


89 , 49 1 


1 R 

LO , 


345 


51 


.9 


8 


7 


39. 


3 





1 


Anne Arundel 


144,569,969 


77,908,403 


9,080,638 


aq 1 ^ no 1 

D J , O y J , UU 1 


JHJ , J 14 


3,142, 


413 


53 


.9 


6 


3 


37. 


7 


2 


1 


Baltimore City 


263, 197, 101 


135,203,440 


25,194,553 


Q7 AflQ 9Q 9 


9A7 79A 


4,742, 


090 


51 


.4 


9 


6 


37 . 


3 


1 


7 


Bal timore 


216,138,312 


78,555,990 


6,657,654 


130,026,090 


593,133 


305, 


445 


36 


.3 


3. 


1 


60. 


4 





2 


Calvert 


18,633,729 


12,815,055 


1,060,420 


4,447,811 


20,228 


290, 


215 


68 


.8 


5. 


7 


24. 





1 


5 


Caroline 


9,950,948 


6,973,044 


799,654 


Z , J. Z J , J40 


JJjUJJ 


13, 


867 


70 


.1 


8 





21. 


7 





2 


Carroll 


31,948,089 


16,788,765 


1,836,618 


1 1 Oftft T,&f\ 


919 A SQ 


21, 


681 


52.5 


5. 


8 


41. 


6 





1 


Cecil 


17,140,858 


8,932,436 


1,391,529 




J 7 , O LJ 


1, 


827 


52 


.1 


8 


1 


39 . 


7 





1 


Charles 


26,021,651 


11,428,415 


2,797,256 


11,508,766 


246,685 


40, 


529 


43 


.9 


10 


7 


45. 


2 





2 


Dorchester 


17,433,022 


12,356,771 


1,270,667 


3,735,140 


70,272 




172 


70 


.9 


7 


3 


21. 


8 




* 


Frederick 


34,662,797 


15,378,365 


2,597,357 


1 A f\ 1 A Q S S 


f ? 9ft QA.A.'t 
V Z Zo , 7 4-4 J 


289, 


064 


44 


.4 


7 


5 


47. 


3 





if 

8 


Garrett 


9,849,677 


6,595,239 


1,051,672 


Z , 1 J J j UDU 


ZD , 7 7 7 


42, 


707 


67 


.0 


10 


7 


21. 


9 





4 


Harford 


61,865,725 


34,954,514 


4,480,194 


21,370,158 


1,060,859 






56 


.5 


7 


2 


36. 


3 






Howard 


45,926,426 


20,684,098 


1,820,718 


22,611,336 


742,969 


67, 


305 


45 


.0 


4 





50. 


9 





1 


Kent 


8,239,394 


5,091,499 


405,731 


2,708,004 


28,259 


5, 


901 


61 


.8 


4 


9 


33. 


2 





1 


Montgomery 


262,981,560 


76,445,752 


11,226,261 


173,197,239 


2,099,167 


13, 


141 


29 


.0 


4 


3 


66. 


7 




ft 


Prince George' s 


229,984,922 


88,489,892 


20,432,755 


129,022,611 


2,866,515 


(10,826,851) 


38 


.5 


8 


9 


57. 


3 


(4 


7) 


Queen Anne' s 


6,223,198 


3,076,709 


540,441 


2,568,755 


36,145 


1, 


148 


49 


.4 


8 


7 


41. 


9 




ft 


St. Mary's 


18,583,136 


10,543,657 


2,650,344 


5,173,241 


176,636 


39, 


258 


56 


.7 


14 


3 


28. 


8 





2 


Somerset 


8,327,975 


5,384,560 


1,400,812 


1,500,451 


36,981 


5, 


171 


64 


.7 


16 


8 


18. 


5 




ft 


Talbot 


7,670,485 


2,686,031 


551,269 


4,365,303 


67,262 




620 


35 


.0 


7 


2 


57. 


8 




ft 


Washing ton 


41,297,212 


22,906,373 


2,916,853 


15,247,254 


16,584 


210, 


148 


55 


.4 


7. 


1 


37. 








5 


Wicomico 


25,297,961 


15,403,856 


1,470,116 


7,752,991 


350,670 


320, 


328 


60 


.9 


5 


8 


32. 





1 


3 


Worcester 


10,859,722 


4,075,488 


702,892 


5,971,904 


25,849 


83, 


589 


37 


.5 


6 


5 


55. 


2 





8 



*lncludes federal funds for school breakfast, lunch, and special milk. 

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



TABLE 

72 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receip ts 


Revenue 


Nonre venue/ 


Percent from 


Each Source 


State 


Federa 1 


Local 


S ta te 


Federa 1 


Loca 1 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 




< 1 9 9^ fi7 7 SQ 9 


$426,620,785 


$104,521,739 


$680,197,803 


$7,957,620 


S3 779 fi4") 


34.9 


8.5 


56. 3 


0.3 


Al 1 egany 


90 SIR Q.84 


q qfti 


9 1 AS 


9 640 000 


89 , 49 1 


18, 195 




1 ft 




0. 1 


Anne Arundel 


94,223,401 


35,666,767 


9,080,638 


45 889 676 


543, 514 


3,049,806 


37.9 


9.6 


49.3 


3.2 


Baltimore City 


217,491,524 


105,348,988 


25,194,553 


86 695 10T 


247 , 7 26 


5,154 


48.4 


11.6 


40.0 


a 


Ba 1 t imor e 


1 S9 ft 9 1 AO 


51,729,980 


6,657,654 


1 9 "i 659 440 


583 066 




28.3 


3.7 


68.0 


- 


Pal vart 

<^a lver u 


OjOj J j J (O 


3,645,712 


1,060,420 


4,102,716 


20,228 


4 , 502 


41.3 


12.0 


46.7 


- 


i i 

Carol ine 


_J , 7 y J , LOO 


J , 1 JU jUO/ 


7QQ ASA 


2 024 412 


39,035 




S9 9 


13.3 


34. 5 




Carroll 


22,488,958 


9,186,413 


1,836,618 


11 9 38019 


206, 234 


21,681 


40.9 


8.2 


50.8 


0. 1 


Cecil 


14,559,187 


7,050,066 


1,391,529 


6 076 900 


39 , 565 


1,827 


48.4 


9.6 


42.0 


a 


Vjila L L c s 


11 166 7^1 


8,731,787 


2,797,256 




946 685 


408 


39.0 


12.5 


48.5 


a 


Dorchester 


Q SfSA 777 


3,500,723 


1,270,667 


3,727,037 


70,272 


74 


40.9 


14.8 


44.3 


a 


Frederick 


9 A R 9 7 ^ 1 7 


v ) J J 1 j J JO 




i4 663 383 


(978 944} 


238, 179 


35. 6 


9.7 


53.8 


0.9 


Garrett 


6,798,209 


3,596,077 


1,051,672 


2,085,727 


23,051 


41,682 


52.9 


15.5 


31.0 


0.6 


Harford 


41,195,574 


17,003,556 


4,480, 194 


19 931 979 

1.7, 7 


480 , 545 


- 


41.3 


10.9 


47.8 


- 


Howard 




9,222,077 


1,820,718 


20,972,097 


432,804 




28.4 


5.6 


66.0 


- 




U 879 879 


2,053,598 


405,731 


2,386,833 


28,259 


5,458 


42.1 


8.3 


49.5 


0.1 


Montgomery 


217,654,289 


47,607,468 


11,226,261 


157,059,499 


1,754,947 


6,114 


21.9 


5.2 


72.9 


a 


Prince George' s 


209,584,832 


65,833,720 


20,432,755 


120,542,414 


2,671,015 


104,928 


31.4 


9.7 


58.8 


0.1 


Queen Anne' s 


5,456,183 


2,366,538 


540,441 


2,512,038 


36,145 


1,021 


43.4 


9.9 


46.7 


a 


St. Mary's 


14,686,661 


6,894,375 


2,650,344 


4,927,742 


176,636 


37,564 


46.9 


18.0 


34.8 


0.3 


Somerset 


5,329,210 


2,534,632 


1,400,812 


1,356,634 


36,981 


151 


47.6 


26.3 


26. 1 


a 


Talbot 


6,773,319 


2,016,605 


551,269 


4,137,563 


67,262 


620 


29.8 


8. 1 


62. 1 


a 


Washington 


28,409,649 


11,189,206 


2,916,853 


14,076,858 


16,584 


210,148 


39.4 


10.3 


49.6 


0.7 


Wicomico 


16,748,233 


7,552,736 


1,470,116 


7,372,638 


350,670 


2,073 


45.1 


8.8 


46. 1 


a 


Worcester 


8,558,881 


2,556,173 


702,892 


5,243,907 


25,849 


30,060 


29.9 


8. 2 


61.6 





^Includes 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. 



a Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

73 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses' 1 ': Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 







Revenue 








Percent 


from 


Each Source 


Local Unit 


Total 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Nonrevenue^ 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non. - 




Receipts 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


T G VGtlUG 


Total State 


$1, 134,868,851 


$338,412,044 


$104,521,739 


$680,197 


,803 


$7,957, 


620 


$3,779, 


645 


29 


8 


9. 


2 


60 


7 


0. 3 


Allegany 


19,181,193 


7,248,172 


2, 


185,335 


9,640 


,000 


89, 


491 


18, 


195 


37 


8 


11. 


4 


50 


7 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


87,019, 167 


28,462,533 


9, 


080 ,638 


45,882 


,676 


543, 


514 


3,049, 


806 


32 


7 


10. 


4 


53 


4 


3. 5 


Baltimore City 


203,186,684 


91,044,148 


25, 


194,553 


86,695 


,103 


247, 


726 


5, 


154 


44 


8 


12.4 


42 


8 




Baltimore 


167,748,991 


36,855,831 


6, 


657,654 


123,652 


,440 


583, 


066 






22 





4. 





74.0 




Calvert 


8,264,037 


3,076, 171 


1, 


060,420 


4, 102 


,716 


20, 


228 


4, 


502 


37 


2 


12. 


8 


49 


9 


0. 1 


Caroline 


5,577,767 


2,714,666 




799,654 


2,024 


,412 


39, 


035 






48 


7 


14. 


3 


37 







Carroll 


20,906,382 


7,603,837 


1. 


836,618 


11,238 


,012 


206, 


234 


21, 


681 


36 


4 


8. 


8 


54 


7 


0. 1 


Cecil 


13,518,229 


6 ,009 , 108 


1, 


391,529 


6,076 


,200 


39, 


565 


1, 


827 


44 


5 




J 


45 


2 




Charles 


20,932,437 


7 , 297 ,493 


2, 


797,256 


10,590 


,595 


246, 


685 




408 


34.9 


13. 


4 


51 


7 




Dorchester 


7,982,294 


2,914, 244 


1, 


270,667 


3,727 


,037 


70, 


272 




74 


36.5 


15. 


9 


47 


6 




Frederick 


24,875,057 


7,605,082 


2, 


597,357 


14,663 


,383 


(228,944) 


238, 


179 


30 


6 


10. 


4 


58 





1.0 


Garrett 


6, 370,686 


3, 168,554 


1, 


051,672 


2,085 


,727 


23, 


051 


41, 


682 


49 


7 


16. 


5 


33 


1 


0.7 


Harford 


38,112,605 


13,920,587 


4, 


480,194 


19,231 


,279 


480, 


545 






36 


5 


11. 


8 


51 


7 




Howard 


30,288,218 


7,062,599 


1, 


820,718 


20,972 


,097 


432, 


804 






23 


3 


6. 





70 


7 




Kent 


4,563,204 


1,736,923 




405,731 


2,386 


,833 


28, 


259 


5, 


458 


38. 1 


8. 


9 


52.9 


0.1 


Montgomery 


Ol/, Q 1 "7 

iv L , y , o/ / 


31,888,006 


11, 


226,261 


157,059 


,499 


1,754, 


947 


6, 


114 


15 


8 


5. 


6 


78.6 


a 


Prince George' s 


194,392,801 


50,641,689 


20, 


432,755 


120,542 


,414 


2,671, 


015 


104, 


928 


26 





10. 


5 


63. 


4 


0.1 


Queen Anne' s 


5,082,934 


1,993,289 




540,441 


2,512 


,038 


36, 


145 


If 


021 


39 


2 


10. 


6 


50 


1 


0. 1 


St. Mary's 


13,726,591 


5,934,305 


2, 


650,344 


4,927 


,742 


176, 


636 


' 37, 


564 


43 


2 


19. 


3 


37 


2 


0.3 


Somerset 


5,006,406 


2,211,828 


1, 


400,812 


1,356 


,634 


36, 


981 




151 


44. 2 


28. 





27. 


8 


a 


Talbot 


6,299,893 


1,543,179 




551,269 


4,137 


,563 


67, 


262 




620 


24.5 


8. 


7 


66. 


8 


a 


Washington 


26,370,742 


9,150,299 


2, 


916,853 


14,076 


,858 


16, 


584 


210, 


148 


34.7 


LI. 





53.5 


0.8 


Wicomico 


15,565,201 


6,369,704 


1, 


470,116 


7,372 


,638 


350, 


670 


2, 


073 


40 


9 


9. 


4 


49. 


7 


a 


Worcester 


7,962,505 


1,959,797 




702,892 


5,243 


,907 


25, 


849 


30, 


060 


24. 


6 


8. 


8 


66. 


2 


0.4 



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



TABLE 

74 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 











Revenue 




Percent from Each Source 


Local Unit 


Total 




State 


Federal 


Local 


Nonrevenue* 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 




Receipts 


Appropr ia tions 


Other 


re venue 


Total State 


$217,308, 


452 


$206,220, 


426 




$15,658,406 


$699,407 


($5,269,787) 


94 


.9 




7.5 


(2 U\ 


Al legany 


3, 


917, 


354 


3 


,917, 


204 


- 




- 


- 


150 


100 


.0 


- 




/ 


Anne Arundel 


41 , 


246 , 


107 


39 


,736, 


000 




1 


,417 , 500 


- 


92,607 


96 


.3 




3.4 


0. 3 


Baltimore City 


21 


785, 


732 


17 


,048, 


796 








- 


4,736,936 


78 


.3 






21. 7 


Baltimore 


17, 


286, 


278 


15 


,754, 


766 




1 


216,000 


10,067 


305,445 


91 


.1 




7 , i 


1.8 


Calvert 


9, 


332, 


942 


9 


,006, 


771 






40,458 




285,713 


96 


.5 




0.4 


3. 1 


Caroline 


3, 


571, 


632 


3 


,541, 


559 


- 




16,206 


- 


13,867 


99 


.2 


■ 


0.5 


0.3 


Carroll 


Q 

°! 


mi 


097 


7 


,286, 


103 






/ lO y DO 7 


6,425 




90.9 




9.1 




Cecil 


1, 


503, 


277 


1 


,195,772 






307,255 


250 


- 


79 


.5 




20. 5 




Charles 


2, 


014, 


115 


l 


,883, 


780 






90,214 




40, 121 


93.5 




4.5 


2.0 


Dorchester 


8, 


512, 


534 


8 


,512, 


436 






- 




98 


100 


.0 






/ 


Frederick 


5, 


132, 


599 


4 


,597, 


741 






483,973 




50, 885 


89 


• 




9.4 


1.0 


Garrett 


2, 


885, 


709 


2 


,884, 


684 










1,025 


99 


.9 






0. 1 


Harford 


17, 


522, 


743 


16 


,486, 


623 


_ 


1 


036,120 




- 


94 




_ 


5.9 




Howard 


10, 


967; 


044 


10 


,589, 


574 








iin 1 fx S 

J LU j LO J 


67 , 305 


96 


.6 


_ 


2.8 


0.6 


Kent 


2, 


975, 


429 


2 


,974, 


986 


_ 








A A 1 


100 




- 




/ 


Montgomery 


33, 


154, 


626 


23 


,092, 


599 




9 


878,000 


177,000 


7 ,027 


69 


.7 




30.3 


/ 


Prince George' s 




938, 


902 


11 


,675, 


181 








195,500 


(10,931,779) 


1,243 


.5 




20.8 


(1,164.3) 


Queen Anne 1 s 




428, 


932 




413, 


805 






15,000 




127 


96 


.5 




3.5 


/ 


St. Mary's 


3, 


345, 


452 


3 


,295, 


858 






47,900 




1,694 


98 


5 




1.4 


0. 1 


Somerset 


2, 


714, 


775 


2 


,709, 


755 










5,020 


99 


8 






0.2 


Talbot 




296, 


592 




296, 


592 












100 


.0 








Washington 


10, 


784, 


655 


10 


,716,025 






68,630 






99 


4 




0.6 




Wicomico 


7, 


328, 


160 


7 


,146, 


654 






181,506 






97 


5 




2.5 




Worcester 


1, 


651, 


766 


1 


,457, 


162 






141,075 




53,529 


88 


.3 




8. 5 


3.2 



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



TABLE 

75 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


r e a er a 1 


Local 


State 


Feder a 1 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


$101,493,462 


$52,845,812 


- 


$47,577, 


V 1-5 


$751,482 


$318, 255 


JZ 


. 1 


- 


/. "7 


C. 

D 


0.3 


Allegany 


579,299 




445,504 






133, 


/ 7 J 


- 


- 


7 A 


Q 




Zj 


i 
1 




Anne Arundel 


9,100,461 


2 


,505,636 


_ 


6 


.594. 

9 J J ^ y 


825 


- 


- 


27 


.5 


_ 


72 


5 


_ 


Baltimore City 


23,919,845 


12 


, 805 , 656 


_ 


1 1 


114 


189 


■ 




53 


.5 


_ 


46 


5 


_ 


Ba 1 timor e 


16, 228,894 


11 


071, 244 


_ 


5 


157 

9 9 


A Rfi 






AA 
DO 


• z 


_ 


~K 1 


Q 



_ 


Calvert 


467,209 




162, 572 


- 




304, 


A ^7 


- 






Q 

> o 


- 


A ^ 


9 
Z 


- 


Caroline 


386,128 




301,398 






84, 


7 Id 


- 


- 


7 A 


1 




Z 1 


Q 

7 




Carroll 


1,448,034 




316, 249 


_ 


1 


. 131. 

9 9 


785 


- 




21 


.8 


_ 


78 


2 


- 


Cecil 


1,078,394 




686,598 


_ 




391. 

9 


796 


- 




63 


.7 




36 


3 


- 


Charles 


1,640,805 




812,848 


_ 




827 , 


Q S7 

j j 1 








• j 


- 


so 




- 


Dorchester 


351,715 




343,612 


- 




8, 


103 


- 


_ 


97 


t 7 


- 


2 


3 


- 


Frederick 


2,702,685 


1 


,223,086 


_ 


1 


,479, 


599 


- 


- 


45 


.3 


_ 


54 


7 


_ 


Garrett 


165,759 




114,478 


- 




47, 


333 


3,948 




69 


.1 


- 


30 


9 


- 


Harford 


3, 147,408 


1 


,464,335 


- 


1 


,102, 


759 


580 , 314 




46 


.5 


- 


53 


5 


- 


Howard 


2,511,686 




872,447 


- 


1 


,639, 


239 






34 


.7 


- 


65 


3 


- 


Kent 


384,086 




62,915 






321, 


171 






16 


4 




83 


6 




Montgomery 


12,172,645 


5 


,745,685 




6 


,259, 


740 


167,220 




47 


2 




52. 


8 




Prince George' s 


19,461,188 


10 


,980,991 




8 


,480, 


197 






56 


.4 




43 


6 




Queen Anne' s 


338,083 




296,366 






41, 


717 






87 


7 




12 


3 




St. Mary's 


551,023 




353,424 






197, 


599 






64 


1 




35. 


9 




Somerset 


283,990 




140, 173 






143, 


817 






49 


4 




50. 


6 




Talbot 


600,574 




372,834 






227 , 


740 






62 


1 




37. 


9 




Washington 


2,102,908 


1 


,001,142 




1 


,101, 


766 






47 


6 




52. 


4 




Wicomico 


1,221,568 




704,466 






198, 


847 




318,255 


57 


7 




16. 


3 


26.0 


Worcester 


649,075 




62,153 






586, 


922 






9 


6 




90. 


4 





Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
S ta te 
Fund 




State Share 
of Current 
Expense 


Cur ren t 
Expense 
Incentive 
Aid 


Transpor- 
tation 




$685,687,023 


$234,764,529 


- 


$45,198,139 


illegany 


13,008,671 


5,533,669 


_ 


1,164,072 


jine Arundel 


77,908,403 


21,909,181 


- 


4,182,829 




135 ?03 440 


58,996,143 


- 


5,910,301 


'3 1 1 imor€ 


7ft 555 990 


26,927,646 


- 


4,575,526 


a lvcr t 


1 7 815 055 


2,022,196 


- 


775,000 


aroline 


6,973,044 


1,944,434 


- 


550,358 


arroll 


16,788,765 


5,347,156 


- 


1,444,489 


6 C 1 1 


8 93? 436 


4,505,674 


- 


976,204 


har l6s 




4,729,835 


- 


1,833,758 


orchs s tcr 


19 ISfS 771 


1,836,273 


- 


584,000 


rederick 


15,378,365 


5,648,741 


_ 


1,190,364 


arrett 


6,595,990 


2,152,990 


- 


775,065 


arf ord 




10,319,726 


- 


2,056,559 


oward 




4,587,260 


- 


1,531,197 


en 




1,014,673 




410,401 


sntgomery 


76,445,752 


19,921,628 




5,200,000 


rince George' s 


88,489,892 


36,591,965 




6,446,190 


jeen Anne' s 


3,076,709 


1, 180,500 




572,000 


t. Mary's 


10,543,657 


4,197,215 




1,108,771 


smerset 


5,384,560 


1,660,822 




432,000 


ilbot 


2,686,031 


908,212 




374,227 


ishington 


22,906,373 


7,168,886 




1,197,037 


xomico 


15,403,856 


4,599,091 




1,231,000 


>rcester 


4,075,488 


1,060,613 




676,791 



Current Expenses 



Physica 1 

Exam- 
ination 
of Bus 
Drivers 



Handi- 
capped 
Children 



Adul t 
Education 



Driver 
Education 



Ins truc- 
tional 
Televison 



Food 
Services 



$11,440 



740 



10,700 



$32,790,184 

314,305 
1,927,711 
9,062,484 
4,278,176 

159,000 

140,000 
671,674 
379,132 
532,563 
253,425 

414,318 
142,560 
1,234,096 
870,000 
221,000 

4,231,916 
6,113,217 
155,000 
330,000 
39,872 

171,000 
572,732 
418,152 
157,851 



$270,373 



12,208 
36,777 
44,551 
8,856 

2,340 
15,978 

3,880 
(572) 
10,000 

10,748 



5,816 

42,491 
23,699 
9,192 
11,816 
15,000 



9,707 

3,676 
4,210 



$3,422,785 

72,332 
202,020 
374,924 
470,350 

32,500 

20,228 
78,000 
55,445 
89,580 
33,280 

129,697 
32,822 

149,520 
36,920 
18,000 

603,996 
726,511 
20^00 
47,772 
16,965 

26,224 
104,789 
53,722 
26,988 



$7,117 



3,010 



4,107 



$4,140,825 

125,543 
140,609 
2,045,611 
110,756 
55,792 

30,451 
22,038 
50,761 
111,455 
126,615 

73,148 
34,576 
126,126 
37,221 
15,124 

202,724 
515,117 
21,397 
88,029 
41,142 

13,661 
89,877 
29,708 
33,344 



Ex.anation on following pages. 



TABLE 

76 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1974-75 





Paid Direct by State 


School Construction 


and Debt Service 


LUldl UU1 U 


Teachers' 


Teachers ' 








Retirement 


Social 


Construction 


Debt Service 




System 


Security 






total btate 


$50,596,030 


$37,612,711 




tRO fl/.R QIO 

9 Ji , 843, BIZ 


Allegany 


777,535 


620,256 


3,917,204 


445,504 


Anne Arundel 


4,017,004 


3,187,230 


39,736,000 


2,505,636 


Baltimore City 


8,576,515 


5,728, 325 


1 / ,U4o, /96 


12,805,656 


Bal timore 


8,308,068 


6,566,081 


15, 754, 766 


11 ATI 1 A /. 

11,0/1, 244 


Laiver t 


319,090 


250,451 


y , UOb , / / 1 


1 O Z , J / 2 


Caroline 


233,343 


182,078 


3,541,559 


301,398 


Carrol 1 


866,986 


715,590 


7,286,103 


316,249 


C a r- -J 1 
VjcC 1 1 


585,638 


455,320 


1 , LyJ , III 


AAA ft 
OOO , J70 


Char le s 


800,330 


633,964 


1 QOO 1 o n 

1 , OO J , / oU 


Q 1 O Q /■ Q 

ol z > o4o 


Dorche s ter 


339,835 


246,644 


Q CIO /, O £ 


Q/.i A 1 
J*+ J y 1 Z 


Frederick 


1,100,385 


852,071 


4,597,741 


1,223,086 


Garrett 


244,891 


182,632 


2,884,684 


114,478 


HarfnrH 


1,738,407 


1,344,562 




1 AAA 


nuwa i u 


1,194,886 


964,592 




ft?*) AA7 
O / Z y 4t / 


Kent 


181,487 


135,188 


Z 9 y / h 9 y OO 


AO G 1 ^ 

Z , 7 1 J 


Montgomery 


9,350,198 


6,369,264 


23,092,599 


5,745,685 


Prince George' s 


8,633,749 


6,558,282 


11,675,181 


10,980,991 


Queen Anne ' s 


203,754 


169,495 


413,805 


296,366 


St. Mary's 


537,301 


422,769 


3,295,858 


353,424 


Somerset 


190,751 


132,053 


2,709,755 


140,173 


Talbot 


261,006 


212,420 


296,592 


372,834 


Washington 


1,148,528 


890,379 


10,716,025 


1,001,142 


Wicomico 


657,937 


525,095 


7,146,654 


704,466 


Worcester 


328,406 


267,970 


1,457,162 


62,153 



TABLE 

76 

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



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Allegany 


School Community Centers 


$ 20,000 


Baltimore 


Graduate Follow-up 


$ 1,098 




Vocational Education 


15,000 


(continued) 


Greenwood Children's Center 


Ql A 1 O 




Workshops 


3,213 




Highway Safety 


1,935 




Miscellaneous 


38 




ITV 

Preschool Hearing Impaired 


42,771 
36,555 


Anne Arundel 


Continuum Inservice Training 


3,484 




School Community Centers 


I J, vb 1 




Emergency Employment Act 


28,920 




Year Round School Study 


1 , 296 




Gifted and Talented Students 


11,000 




Miscellaneous 


it A O 7 

lb ,1)/ / 




Media Services Workshop 


1 , 764 










Quality Improvement Project 


9 , 808 


Calvert 


Career Education 


O O 1 




Salisbury Workshop 


7,400 




Mini Media 


1,174 




Trade and Industry Apprentice 


22,589 




Pupil Services 

Quality Improvement Project 


18,132 
473 


Baltimore City 


Density Aid 

Early Educ. for the Hearing Impaired 


/ / 1 ioo 

12,441, 188 




Mi see 1 laneous 


o m 7 




Child 


52,406 


Carol ine 


Model Guidance Program 


1,855 




ESEA I 


472, 512 




Quality Improvement Project 


J , uuu 




ESEA III 


49 , 154 




School Community Centers 


on nnn 

L\J , UUU 




ESEA VI 


305,544 










ESEA 




C i rrn 1 1 


jl i iuu i VjUumiuiixuy . *. i . l > l 


70 000 


•* 


Instructional Development Workshop 
School Community Centers 


17 7 10 
1 / , / 1Z 

inc o O o 
1U0 , ill 




Lrai.Ili.ng allU Lc5li.ll£ rlUJcc IS 






Severely Handicapped Children 


Oil o o c 

o43, Lib 


Cec i 1 


Inservice Meeting and Workshops & 






VEA 


49, 161 




State Sponsored Programs 


38,012 




Other 


1,292 


Charles 


Miscel laneous 


874 


Baltimore 


Construction Engineering Service 


23,355 










Continuum in Education 


4,596 


Dorchester 


Adult Continuing Education 


27,973 




Continuum in Program Design 


161,512 




School Community Centers and Other 


42,678 




Early Identification 


33,089 










Environmental Education Planning Guide 


8,148 


Frederick 


Continuum Special Education 


49,170 




Excess Cost 


1,870 




Disruptive Youth 


7,837 




Functional Reading 


1,200 




Emergency Preparedness Seminar 


1,558 



TABLE 

76 

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



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Frederick 


Human Relations Conference 


$ 12,199 


Prince George 1 s 


Continuum Special Education 


$ 7,711 


(continued) 


Inservice Workshop 


2,561 




Early Identification & Intervention 


696 




Parent Intervention 


5,115 




ITV Workshop 


2,915 




Project for Gifted & Talented 


9,799 




Scho61 Community Centers 


161,053 




School Bus Scheduling 


8,087 




Video Tape Service 


15 , 245 




School Community Centers 


32,377 




Vocational Education 


26,672 




Quality Improvement Project 


7,554 










Other 


1,806 


Queen Anne 1 s 


School Community Centers & Vocational 












Technical Center 


35,000 


Garrett 


Miscellaneous 


30 , 541 














St. Mary's 


Early Childhood 


125,730 


Harford 


Early Identification 


200 




Special Hearing 


24,972 




Quality Improvement Project 


2,267 










School Community Centers 


32,093 


Somerset 


Non-food Assistance and Miscellaneous 


6,027 


Kent 


Adult Basic Education- Tri-County 


28,458 


Talbot 


School Community Centers 


20„p00 




Juvenile Coordinator 


702 




Special Education 


13,511 




Quality Improvement Project & School 






Workshops 


3,680 




Community Centers 


22,750 




Vocational Education 


2,957 


Montgomery 


Academically Gifted 


4,337 


Washington 


Non-food Assistance 


12,871 




Auditory Early Education 


16,693 










Continuum of Education 


47,677 


Wicomico 


Vocational Education 


1,231 




Maryland Regional Center for the Arts 


21,000 




Miscellaneous 


33,124 




Maryland State Department of Health 


2,310 










Manpower Development and Training Act 


19,744 










Model Guidance 


499 










Non-food Assistance 


5,418 










Pilot Reading 


868 










Quality Improvement Project 


9,548 










School Community Centers 


60,836 










System Design 


5,086 










Test Processing Analysis 


5,440 










Vocational Education 


1,485,795 









TABLE 

77 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1974- 7 5 



Local Unit 


Total 
Federa 1 
Funds 


Vocational 


Education 


Schoo 1 
Breakfast, 
School Lunch, 
and 

Child Nutrition 


Assistance to 
Impacted Areas 

(P.L. 874) 


Manpower 
Deve lopment 
and 

Training Act 


N.D.E.A. 

Title 
III 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Construc- 
tion 


Total State 


$104,424,480 


$6, 351, 100 






$23,514, 262 


$33,093,923 


$58, 101 


$587,486 


Allegany 


2,185,335 


795,020 






653,905 


96,688 




46,856 


Anne Arundel 


9,080,638 


319,406 




- 


1,187,257 


4,449,818 




31,075 


Baltimore City 


25,194,553 


969,736 




- 


8,987,711 


716,276 


- 


225,959 


Bal timore 


6,657,654 


898,808 






1,293, 167 


1,576,725 




97, 191 


Calvert 


1,060,420 


41,077 






280,568 


162,755 




3,049 


Caroline 


799,654 


64,184 






165,281 






3, 130 


Carroll 


1,836,618 


107,635 




- 


282, 141 


244,702 




7,594 


Cecil 


1,391,529 


63,400 




- 


329,210 


434,398 


- 




Charles 


2,797,256 


106,477 






562,672 


L| 151,714 


- 


19, 248 


Dorchester 


1,270,667 


188,435 






142,486 


- 


- 


2, 563 


Frederick 


2,597, 357 


303,668 




_ 


535,422 


777,219 


10,499 


8,505 


Garrett 


1,051,672 


160,577 






311,236 








Harford 


4,480,194 


141,261 






805,414 


2,813,509 


- 


15,483 


Howard 


1,820,718 


171,339 






332,928 


895,081 






Kent 


405,731 


87 , 005 






97,573 S 






1 , 283 


Montgomery 


1 1 7?(t 9ft 1 


597,050 






1,702,852 


6,269,848 






Prince George' s 


20,432,755 


534,420 






3,407,893 


11,573,353 


36,696 


93,142 


Queen Anne' s 


540,441 


87,825 






152,426 






1,625 


St. Mary's 


2,650,344 


218,529 






447,754 


1,278,426 




16,756 


Somerset 


1,400,812 


59,556 






200,209 


© 4,713 




2,691 


Talbot 


454,010 


86,667 






214,423 






1,212 


Washington 


2,916,853 


69,312 






841,050 


569,002 






Wicomico 


1,470,116 


197,321 






306,418 


15,543 


10,906 


7,973 


Worcester 


702,892 


82,392 






274,266 


64, 153 




2,151 



TABLE 

77 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Elementary and Secondary Education Act 



Local Unit 


Title 
I 


Title 
II 


Title 
III 


Title 
V 


Title 
VI 


Title 
VIII 


Total State 


$25,535,810 


$2,068,890 


$2,306,957 


$506,503 


$523,753 


$36,000 


Allegany 


447,112 


34,732 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,411,263 


127,934 


159,929 


- 


154,047 


- 


Baltimore City 


12,132,112 


787,980 


228,202 


448,838 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


1,477,054 


165,979 


196,334 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 


255,079 


15,604 


163,353 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


441,886 


16,669 


- 


- 


15,946 


- 


Carroll 


239,396 


37,977 


90,055 


- 


161,232 


36,000 


Cecil 


339,532 


31,729 


8,971 


19,674 


6,666 


- 


Charles 


461,665 


23,334 


314,913 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


529,255 


14, 741 


27, 208 




5, 305 




Frederick 


389,928 


5,235 


145,262 


12,854 


- 


- 


Garrett 


326, 156 


15,487 


150,000 


- 


20,429 


- 


Harford 


345, 266 


65,780 


161,214 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


156,378 


15,371 


62,003 


4,327 


- 


- 


Kent 


l£JjOJ7 


in i 7ft 










Montgomery 


1,221,358 


301,049 


209,983 


19,612 


82,320 




Prince George' s 


2,554,548 


169,797 




1,198 






Queen Anne' s 


185,452 


10,504 






33,076 




St. Mary's 


424,481 


64,854 


21,482 




30,000 




Somerset 


411,543 


15,181 


312,759 




14,732 




Talbot 


163,766 


9,672 










Washing ton 


577,250 


76,253 










Wicomico 


687,918 


52,900 


52,978 








Worcester 


233,753 




2,311 









TABLE 

77 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Economic Opportunity Act 


Emergency 
School 
Assistance 
Ac t 


Education 
Professions 
Development 
Ac t 


Comprehensive 

Employment 
and Training 
Act 


Work 
Incentive 
Program 


Other* 


Head 
Start 


Ne ighbor hood 
Youth 
Corp s 


Adult 
Ba sic 
Educa tion 


Total State 


$839,912 


$1, 170,889 


$991 ,888 


$2,286,275 


$573 


$2,213,949 


$228,428 


$2,207,040 


Allegany 


- 


43,549 


26,671 




- 




27,753 


13,049 


Anne Arundel 




258, 252 


57 , 716 


/ JO , DoO 




HO 

m 7 , o / u 


IS S7Q, 

J J , J 1 7 




Baltimore City 






143, 559 




_ 


249,872 


53,896 


250,412 


Baltimore 




9, 223 


310 , 823 


- 


- 


557,342 


- 


75,008 


Calvert 






7 , 234 


- 


565 


96,782 


30,147 


4,207 


Caroline 


- 


78,322 


14,236 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Carrol 1 


28, 535 


1 TO/. 
81, iOH 


i *3 c r\~t 
1 J , OU / 










506 460 

-/ \J \J a ** \J\J 


Cecil 




CO /. Q C 


1 A 1 91 


- 


- 


85,329 


- 




Charles 




L ,708 


1 / 9 LHJ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 






i 9 &nn 

1 Z j OVJKJ 


274,868 


- 


61,548 


4,039 


7,419 


Frederick 


- 


55,690 


34,712 


130,061 


8 


160,918 


225 


27,151 


udl I t LL 












67, 275 




512 


Harford 








- 


- 




- 


132,267 


Howard 


24, 663 


117,051 




- 


- 




- 


41,577 


tient 






18,020 


- 


- 


49,395 


- 


18,668 


Montgomery 


410,058 




83,435 










JJ, III 


Prince George' s 


282,418 




118,017 


1,142,660 




194,343 


40,271 


283,999 


Queen Anne 1 s 




55,704 


13,829 












St. Mary's 




108,412 


10,167 








12,400 


17,083 


Somerset 




53,728 


9,501 










316,199 


Talbot 




40,704 


15,262 






19,563 






Washington 


94,238 


70,487 


31,834 






104,175 


3,988 


479,264 


Wicomico 






30,306 






87,180 


20,130 


543 


Worcester 






8,789 






35,077 







TABLE 

77 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Federal Receipts" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Fund s 


Allegany 


Career Education 


$ 6,604 


Frederick 


Youth Conservation Corps 


$ 18,914 




Drug Abuse 


6,445 


(continued) 


Non-food Assistance 


1,458 


Baltimore City 


Teacher Corp Training Program 


250,412 


Garrett 


Career Learning 


512 


Bal timore 


Emergency Employment Act 


69,200 


Harford 


Youth Work Experience 


132,267 




Marine ROTC 


7,577 










Omnibus Crime Act & Miscellaneous 


(1,769) 


Howard 


Continuum Workshop 


5,695 










Drug Education 


1, 194 


Calvert 


Emergency Employment Act/Emergency 






Handicapped Workshop 


9,828 




Manpower Program 


2,316 




Multi-Ethnic Workshop 


24,860 




Non-food Assistance 


1,891 














Kent 


Juvenile Coordinator 


18,049 


Carroll 


Alternative for the High School 


200 




Reading Pilot Program 


619 




Broker Project 


25,982 










Career Education and Development 


100,866 


Montgomery 


Vocational Rehabilitation 


33,222 




Communicative Arts 


25,961 










Construction of Vocational Technical 




Prince George' s 


Child Advocacy 


73,820 




Greenhouse 


14,438 




Early Identification 


137,437 




Continuum Education Service 


55,790 




Instructional Model - MSDE 


973 




Early Identification 


34,572 




Non-food Assistance 


4,792 




Early Intervention 


30,000 




Parent- Infant 


20,033 




Equipment Modernization 


22,643 




ROTC 


41,919 




Law Education 


10, 392 




Other 


5 , 025 




Project PREP 


109,646 










Project Search 


17,115 


St. Mary' s 


Public Service 


17,083 




Quality Check for Vocational Education 


2,000 










Tri County 


10,225 


Somerset 


Civil Rights Act 


316,199 




Vocational Assessment 


25,500 










Work Experience Coordinator 


19,500 


Washington 


ARC Early Childhood 


238,607 




Work Study Transportation 


1,630 




Career Education 


194,486 










Inservice Workshop 


10,388 


Dorchester 


Blackwater 


7,419 




Miscellaneous 


35,783 


Frederick 


Drug Abuse 


6,779 


Wicomico 


Child Care Apparel Manufacture 


543 



TABLE 

78 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 











Outgoing Transfers 


Current Expenses 


Local Unit 


Total 
Di sbur se- 
men ts 


Interest 
i or ue d l 
Service 


Capital 
Outlay 


To Other 
School 
Units 


Tuition- 
Handicapped 
Children 


School 
Breakf as t, 
School Lunch, 
Special Milk 


Total 
Current 
Expenses 


Ins true tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Total State 


$1,498,021,021 


$37,172,786 


$238,496,535 


$400,104 


$5,963,867 


$27,551,627 


$1,188,436,102 


$789,663,650 


$10,364,420 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


25,345,564 
145 , 439 , 848 
249,784,860 
201,436,993 

18,461,784 


142,347 
3, 364, 781 
10,612,826 
6,052,144 
224,255 


5,136,363 
4 / , / 12 ,030 

22,665,762 
13,975,209 
9,423,979 


326,618 

300 


16,500 

986,656 
493,928 


779,448 
1,327,866 
11,033,322 
1,403,923 

336,361 


19,270,906 
92,708,553 
204,486,294 
179,511,789 
8,476,889 


12,426,892 
64,748,539 
133,419,871 
121,590,106 
5,350,390 


117,843 
1,095,826 
2,308,011 
1,051,832 
87,127 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


9,849,946 
31, 264, 344 
16,573,094 
24,797,533 
17,351,953 


136,820 
573,045 
254,345 
670,581 
82,834 


3,711,171 

O 1 1 C ATI 

8, 225,021 
1,800,016 
2,272,138 
8,654,582 


6,575 
47,733 

16,6.' ^ 


45,121 
4,448 
3,000 


195,732 
304,179 
379,971 
674,128 
269,102 


5,799,648 
22,114,366 
14,093,641 
21,159,610 

8,342,435 


3,714,455 
14,674,735 

9,103,859 
13,030,309 

5,584,041 


47,855 
384,098 

89,423 
186,435 

46,038 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


33,213,799 
y,///,j/o 
59,120,285 
44,573,374 
8,029,239 


895,146 
23,692 
1,185,517 
1,008,502 

129,281 


5,271,703 

i mo q cn 
3 , Uzo , y jU 

17,596,083 

11,216,409 

3,041,986 


339 


33,639 

63,908 
247,733 
36 , 649 


608,571 
345,812 
931 ,540 
370,149 
1 1 2 , 697 


26,404,401 
6,378,916 
39,343,237 
31,730,581 
4, 708,626 


17,660,518 
3,990,063 
27,019,725 
20,703,450 
2,955,774 


146,146 
21,441 
281,126 
175,384 
42,633 


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


259,976,290 
231,737,941 

6,060,294 
18,460,996 

5,396,607 


4,672,707 
5,306,502 

91,657 
121,840 

67,724 


34,647,673 
15,382,041 
342,593 
3,821,609 
40,002 




2,858,957 
1,108,308 
13,675 
1,000 


1,905,577 
3,923,010 
173,823 , 
535,784 1 
241,351 


215,891,376 
206,018,080 
5,438,546 
13,980,763 
5,047,530 


143,186,350 
136,690,442 
3,455,768 
8,788,013 
3,303,683 


2,695,966 
1,063,031 

23,607 
168,733 

37,100 


Talbot 
Washing ton 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


7,111,370 
40,855,920 
24,258,284 

9,143,333 


171,315 
696,867 
455,259 
232,799 


402,941 
12,026,769 
7,750,882 
350,623 


1,911 


38,410 
11,935 


124,618 
930,927 
336,126 
307,610 


6,410,585 
27,201,357 
15,677,607 

8,240,366 


4,271,216 
17,989,847 
10,518,519 

5,487,085 


65,776 
133,048 
72,873 
23,068 



TABLE 

78 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Current Expenses (continued) 



Local Unit 


Health 
Services 


On p t a r i n n 

of Plant 

and 
Equipment 


Mainte- 
nance of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 

nnrta t" i nil 


Admin- 
istration 


Fixed 
Charges* 


Food 
Services/ 


Student 
Body 

ni, j. v j. u j. c o 


Communi ty 
Services 


lotal btate 


9Z 9 jUj , / 


CI 1 8 177 m 7 
9IIO, LAI , U 1 / 


CA 1 717 7 1 ^ 


tS9 ssm nns 


Ml 1TQ A 1 Q 

9 J Z , 1 ZO , O IO 


t 1 19 CCA CflQ 
^Ijij JJ4| JU7 


ci ASfi 70S 
91, DOW , / 7 D 


C9 AOQ 1 17 
9Z , U77 ,!■-•/ 


tA A9A 9RQ 
9H , O , ZO? 


Allegany 


30,732 


2,035,837 


777,032 


1,206,874 


378,080 


2,208,283 


36,626 




52,707 


Anne Arundel 




7 784 696 


7 749 461 


4 441 "i78 


7 T50 188 

Z j JJUj 100 


9 194 786 
/ j J74, ioy 






644 f)79 


Baltimore City 


77 711 




6 844 018 


6 765 179 

U , -J , ~J 1 J 


a 1 74 816 


77 610 094 


79 , 686 


751 175 

/ -7 J. , J £J 


30, 204 


Ba 1 timore 


648 780 


IS 1 69 149 


a ofil 161 


5 610 S79 

JjUJUj Ji7 


3, 417, 529 


70 718 410 

L \J y i JO j 4 1U 


175 , 642 


135,072 


453, 677 




7Q 787 

Z 7 , ZO 1 


690 404 


231 , 550 


814 , 495 


236 , 941 


867 857 


19 063 


42 , 764 


112,011 


Caroline 


46,970 


534,509 


135,562 


560,105 


115,520 


556,500 


9,619 


13,064 


65,489 


C arm 1 1 


22, 771 


1 701 376 


468, 776 


1,563,689 


564,514 


2,434,813 


4, 725 


95, 168 


199,751 


Cec il 


20,738 


1 384 150 


476, 296 


980, 949 


385,584 


1,414,003 


42, 705 


73,554 


122 , 380 


("* Vi a i" 1 p c 


8,623 


7 018 6 55 


688 301 


1 916 767 


498, 730 


2, 147, 293 


259,061 


58,416 


327,020 


T~\/"v ir c her 
UU LLHCjLCL 


20,083 


589 766 


305,912 


620, 271 


7 39 080 


867 860 


18, 210 


22,968 


28, 197 


Frederick 


22,901 


2,313,170 


1,080,142 


1,529,474 


651,265 


2,878,787 


61,762 


4,574 


55,662 


Garr e 1 1 


16 674 




701 ^49 

Jj J47 


77Q aria 


149,014 


684 085 


51,402 


7 ,488 


62 542 


HarfnrH 

lid L 1U1 u 


192, 271 


1 711 150 


1 100 974 


7 180 198 

Z , IOU) J7D 


867 506 


3 966 439 




273,431 


33,017 


nu wet i u 


126 , 265 


1 S00 761 


967 , 463 


1 879 554 

l)Ui7j JJ4 


646 1 50 


3 34 596 


87,984 


213, 344 


446 178 


Kent 


9,729 


407,757 


237,908 


418,715 


95,917 


470,120 




29,439 


40,634 


Montgomery 


20,679 


21,449,574 


6,943,580 


6,612,048 


6,450,965 


26,995,245 


602,590 




934,379 


Prince George's 


818,802 


20,824,300 


7,941,347 


9,228,128 


5,043,762 


23,350,895 


6,390 


851,384 


199,599 


Queen Anne' s 


15,087 


400,093 


205,112 


612,525 


98,931 


578,877 


3,670 




44,876 


St. Mary's 


12,989 


1,233,086 


678,335 


1,254,770 


348,178 


1,304,957 


70,770 


21,458 


99,474 


Somerset 


15,521 


391,982 


126,335 


463,700 


146,214 


478,587 


23,736 


14,787 


45,885 


Talbot 


12,843 


528,382 


232,905 


389,096 


134,155 


667,498 


15,085 


32,408 


61,221 


Washington 




2,717,675 


897,646 


1,304,988 


737,721 


2,971,795 






448,637 


Wicomico 


107,401 


1,187,996 


457,860 


1,242,141 


269,136 


1,634,601 


83,516 


20,065 


83,499 


Worcester 


27,070 


692,688 


280,779 


712,074 


133,722 


783,628 


28,553 


38,428 


33,271 



♦Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security paid direct by State. 

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



TABLE 

79 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Total Instruction 











Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Local Unit 


To tal 
Ins true tion 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Total 
Supplies 
and 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 








Materials 










Total State 


$789,663,650 


$742,440,626 


$6, 318, 154 


$35,986,701 


$8, 180,696 


$5,400,618 


$22,405, 387 


$4,918, 169 


Allegany 


12,426,892 


11,382,921 


89,977 


785,156 


148,169 


127,716 


509,271 


168,838 


Anne Arundel 


64,748,539 


60,453, 168 


577,784 


3,376,282 


762,258 


840,808 


1,773,216 


341, 305 


Baltimore City 


133,419,871 


126,254,413 


1,433,682 


5,355,771 


1,425,676 


396, 128 


3,533,967 


376,005 


Baltimore 


121,590,106 


114,812,665 


589,006 


5,167,519 


1,478,569 


517,670 


3,171,280 


1,020,916 


Calvert 


5,350,390 


4,876, 131 


57,701 


379, 393 


64, 165 


80, 110 


235,118 


37, 165 


Caroline 


3,714,455 


3,400,015 


17,321 


263,961 


37,645 


34,274 


192,042 


33,158 


Carroll 


14,674,735 


13, 231, 729 


547 , 175 


895,831 


162,364 


70,114 


663,353 




Cecil 


9, 103,859 


8,531,162 


26, 8j9 


477,961 


127,266 


95,076 


255,619 


67,897 


Charles 


13,030,309 


12,009, 722 


114,549 


798,157 


189,540 


169,846 


438,771 


107 , 881 


Dorchester 


5, 584,041 


4,992,478 


136,489 


i /V , 006 


A C Q TA 

43 , JU 


AO A Q C 
, HOO 


L 1 J , 5 IV 


84, 388 


Frederick 


17,660,518 


16,445,638 


226,499 


825,188 


172,338 


90,710 


562,140 


163,193 


Garrett 


3,990,063 


3,638,838 


16, 216 


235,208 


36,016 


44,000 


155,192 


99 , 801 


Harford 


IT r\ 1 f\ TIC 

27,019,725 


25, 362,908 


101,008 


1,412,420 


451,437 


202,865 


758,118 


I 4 J, i&V 


Howard 


20, 703,450 


18,621,049 


206, 117 


1,561,998 


287,187 


387,926 


886,885 


314, 286 


Von t- 


7 OSS 77 L 


7 fiSt ^7A 


35 , 765 


203,274 


42,593 


23,477 


137,204 


63, 361 


Montgomery 


143,186,350 


136,293,266 


896,012 


5,451,479 


853,669 


1,100,418 


3,497,392 


545,593 


Prince George' s 
Queen Anne' s 


136,690,442 


129,808,563 


824,242 


5,518,157 


1,288,394 


778,117 


3,451,646 


539,480 


3,455,768 


3,181,656 


39,295 


182,190 


39,258 


23,979 


118,953 


52,627 


St. Mary's 


8,788,013 


8,087,296 


68,107 


560,529 


113,832 


104,629 


342,068 


72,081 


Somerset 


3,303,683 


3,006,174 


22,262 


232,357 


36,093 


27,817 


168,447 


42,890 


Talbot 


4,271,216 


3,839,141 


36,011 


304,224 


60,117 


41,391 


202,716 


91,840 


Washington 


17,989,847 


16,909,190 


46,570 


661,00'? 


186,011 


78,754 


396,244 


373,078 


Wicomico 


10,518,519 


9,629,860 


174,311 


606,460 


113,104 


86,703 


406,653 


107,888 


Worcester 


5,487,085 


5,019,269 


35,216 


361,491 


59,165 


28,604 


273,722 


71,109 



TABLE 

79 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Elementary Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 
Elementary 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


PnntTflr I"pH 

JCL V 1LC3 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 

f* Vi a T c 
VjlldL gCO 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 




Library 
Books 


\J LIlc C 


Total State 


$383,984,874 


$362,300,220 


$2,935,572 


$16,357,230 


$3,869,491 


$2,650,824 


$9,836,915 


$2,391,852 


Allegany 


5,748,469 


5,415,088 


36,437 


249,294 


73, 223 


51,072 


124,999 


47,650 


Anne Arundel 


31, 250, 125 


29, 148,813 


279,098 


1,651,412 


370, 105 


420,423 


860,884 


170,802 


Baltimore City 


71,983,411 


67,713,382 


969,945 


3, 110, 101 


910,837 


330, 535 


1,868,729 


189,983 


Baltimore 


56,453, 711 


53,367,838 


269,632 


2,288,160 


547,471 


254,329 


1,486,360 


528,081 


Calvert 


2,630, 216 


2,431, 758 


24,423 


156,432 


22,588 


34,259 


99 , 585 


17,603 


Caroline 


1,908,180 


1,701,861 


7,900 


179,527 


16,132 


17,746 


145,649 


18,892 


Carroll 


6 , 167 , 336 


5 , 6 10 , 200 


227 , 742 


329,394 


57,217 


26,950 


245,227 




Cecil 


4, 410 , 548 


4, 178, 293 


8, 524 


190,705 


49,889 


32,207 


108,609 


33,026 


Charles 


6,657, 139 


6, 157 ,928 


63,905 


370,865 


106,142 


95,114 


169,609 


64,441 


Dorchester 


2,801,282 


2,582,580 


39,923 


137,553 


15, 117 


32,483 


89,953 


41,226 


Frederick 


9,088,250 


8,601,105 


23,396 


384,228 


79,332 


53,241 


251,655 


79,521 


Garrett 


2, 245,691 


2,087,564 


6,871 


103,833 


18,790 


23,212 


61,831 


47,423 


Harford 


13, /98, 658 


13,044,456 




681,187 


235,593 


72,288 


373,306 


73,015 


Howard 


9,374,565 


8,458,659 


81,977 


696,374 


129,234 


167,650 


399,490 


137 , 555 


Kent 


1,528,565 


1 399 750 


10,906 


86,104 


18,798 


7,302 


60,004 


31,805 


Montgomery 


62,026,958 


59,329,479 


385,103 


2,067,939 


285,070 


435,329 


1,347,540 


244,437 


Prince George' s 


70,703,828 


67,672,176 


316,293 


2,411,556 


655,714 


394,943 


1,360,899 


303,803 


Queen Anne' s 


1,517,929 




22,163 


73,150 


14,408 


11,000 


47,742 


22,636 


St. Mary's 


4,116,344 


3,821,628 


15,480 


247,739 


44,611 


63,884 


139,244 


31,497 


Somerset 


1,476,886 


1,381,251 


12,247 


70,973 


15,303 


5,375 


50,295 


12,415 


Talbot 


1,908,890 


1,746,150 


9,459 


124,981 


27,370 


22,958 


74,653 


28,300 


Washing ton 


8,053,219 


7,567,733 


29,300 


283,454 


100,674 


41,321 


141,459 


172,732 


Wicomico 


5,503,826 


5,040,854 


78,544 


318,704 


49,107 


44,973 


224,624 


65,724 


Worcester 


2,630,848 


2,441,694 


16,304 


143,565 


26,766 


12,230 


104,569 


29,285 



TABLE 

79 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Secondary Instruction 



Local Unit 


Secondary 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charge s 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$400,674,029 


$375,700,245 


$3,177,519 


$19,310,818 


$4,229,279 


$2,749,521 


$12, 332,013 


$2,485,447 


Al legany 




S Q^A A A 1 
Jj 7JHj4 t Tl 






7 A Q A A. 


/ f 044 


7ftl A7A 
JO L f 4ZO 


120, 144 


Anne Arundel 


33,293,319 


31,109,326 


298,686 


1 "7 1 /■ ft ft ^ 


7ft Q 1 7 A 


a 7 n 771 

4ZU | jj! 


7V J j jOU 


170,422 


Baltimore City 


60,116,106 


57,294,335 


449,270 


1 ftQ 1 n 7 


^fi 7 7QA 
JU £ 1 J 74 


OJf 4 ju 


1 C. 9 1 9 ft 7 


183,394 


Baltimore 


64,559,310 


60,883,469 


319,247 




Q7i now 


7^7 7A1 
J| 1 


1 670 1 77 


492,033 


Calvert 


2,662,945 


2,399,333 


32,497 


212,020 


41,577 


45,851 


124,592 


19,095 


Caro 1 inc 


1 7ft"* QQ^ 


1 67ft ftZif) 


9, 121 


ft? ?7"5 


21,513 


16 , 528 


44, 234 


13,757 


Carroll 


8,430,537 


7,552,572 


316,129 


JO 1 j O JO 


1 ni 77 


43, 142 


414,919 




Cecil 


4,671,053 


4,334,725 


17,582 


i04 , JU / 


7 S 1 Q ^ 


62 , 869 


146 , 245 


34,439 


Charles 


6,316,609 


5,800,400 


49,182 


W)l 10? 


83, 398 


74,732 


?69 062 


39,835 


Dorchester 


2,663,849 


2,355,247 


40,933 


227,872 


30,015 


16,973 


180,884 


39,797 


Frederick 


ft ?f.Q 7 1 "5 
j — . * - 


7 6^A im 


142 801 




ftQ ftIS 
7 , j J 


17 AfcQ 


293,013 


72,494 


Garrett 


1,735,081 


1,544,146 


9i345 


1 ?Q i.1 ? 


226 


20 , 788 


91, 398 


52,178 


Harford 


13,221,067 


12,318,452 


101,008 


/ Jl , L J O 


? 1 S RlxL 
41 j| 044 


1 in S7 7 

X JU , J I 1 


384, 812 


70,374 


Howard 


11,328,885 


10,162,390 


124,140 


865,624 


157,953 


220,276 


487,395 


176,731 


Kent 


1,368,090 


1,209,335 


22,908 


107,358 


23,795 


16,175 


67,388 


28,489 


Montgomery 


79,816,568 


75,775,361 


452,813 


3,292,013 


533,161 


665,089 


2,093,763 


296,381 


Prince George's 


65,448,499 


61,664,996 


502,217 


3,050,042 


611,673 


383, 174 


2,055,195 


231,244 


Queen Anne' s 


1,916,020 


1,762,637 


17,132 


106,537 


24,850 


12,979 


68,708 


29,714 


St. Mary's 


4,637,841 


4,235,371 


52,627 


309,259 


69,221 


40,745 


199,293 


40,584 


Somerset 


1,793,678 


1,594,095 


10,015 


159,421 


20,790 


22,442 


116,189 


30,147 


Talbot 


2,324,879 


2,061,243 


26,552 


173,845 


30,405 


18,433 


125,007 


63,239 


Washington 


9,903,297 


9,314,123 


16,595 


373,306 


85,047 


37,429 


250,830 


199,273 


Wicomico 


4,928,474 


4,513,065 


94,267 


281,023 


63,997 


41,730 


175,296 


40,119 


Worcester 


2,843,073 


2,568,240 


18,912 


214,357 


32,399 


16,374 


165,584 


41,564 



TABLE 

79 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Adult Education 



Local Unit 


To tal 

A /In 1 t- 
AQU 1 1. 

Educa tion 


Salaries 
and 
Wag 6 s 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Tan *- « 1 

lo tal 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$5,004,747 


$4,440,161 


$205,063 


$318,653 


$81,926 


$273 


$236,454 


$40,870 


All pp anv 


37 , 282 


33, 392 




2,846 


- 


- 


2,846 


1 , 044 


A fin o Anm/io 1 


205,095 


195,029 




9,985 


2,979 


54 


6,952 


ft 1 


Ra 1 \~ \ TT\r\TT a C i t~\r 
Ddi Liiuui c Vji Ly 


1 390 354 




14 , 467 


56,563 


12,445 


163 


43,955 


9 fi 9ft 


Ra 1 ti'mnre 
U a. 1- L J.IUVJ l c 


577 ,085 


561 , 358 


127 


14, 798 






14, 798 


802 


Calvert 


57,229 


45,040 


781 


10,941 


- 


- 


10,941 


467 


P a 7* r> 1 inp 


22 , 282 


19 , 314 


300 


2,159 


- 


- 


2,159 


509 




76 , 862 


6ft QS7 

DO , 7 J 1 


3 


4,601 


1,372 


22 


3,207 




Cec i 1 


22 , 258 


1ft 1 4A 


/ jj 


2,949 


2,184 


- 


765 


A39 


P Vi a 1" 1 P> c 


56 , 561 


J L , J74 


1 46 9 


100 






100 


3 f>f)S 


Dorchester 


118,910 


54,651 


55,633 


5,261 


698 


30 


4,533 


3,365 


Frederick 




Z 1U , HjU 


OU , Z 


20,643 


3,171 


- 


17,472 


11 1 "7ft 
11,1/0 




7 y 4.7 L 


7 1 9ft 
/ j 1 ZO 




1,963 


- 


- 


1,963 


zuu 


Uarfnrd 

narioru 


















Howard 
















I 


Kent 


59,119 


44,289 


1,951 


9,812 






9,812 


3,067 


Montgomery 


1,342,824 


1,188,426 


58,096 


91,527 


35,438 




56,089 


4,775 


Prince George' s 


538,115 


471,391 


5,732 


56,559 


21,007 




35,552 


4,433 


Queen Anne' s 


21,819 


19,039 




2,503 






2,503 


277 


St. Mary's 


33,828 


30,297 




3,531 






3,531 




Somerset 


33,119 


30,828 




1,963 






1,963 


328 


Talbot 


37,447 


31,748 




5,398 


2,342 




3,056 


301 


Washington 


33,331 


27,334 


675 


4,249 


290 


4 


3,955 


1,073 


Wicomico 


86,219 


75,941 


1,500 


6,733 






6,733 


2,045 


Worcester 


13,174 


9,335 




3,569 






3,569 


260 



TABLE 

80 



Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 









Pupil 


Personnel Services 




Health Services 


Local Unit 




Total Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Salaries 
and 

Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Health 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


il State 




$10,364,420 


$9,919,628 


$167,753 


$101,384 


$175,655 


$2,303,447 


$2,072,244 


$124,637 


$77,249 


$29,317 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 




117,843 

2,308,011 
1,051,832 
87,127 


108,720 
i nsi ?i ft 
2,270,763 
1,034,224 
62,354 


1,039 
17,450 

16,675 


3,918 
4,488 
19,798 
9,254 
2,343 


5,205 

Ifi OR 1 

8,354 
5,755 


30,732 

77,731 
648,280 
29,287 


17,990 

75,248 
626,928 
21,435 


7,445 

1,823 
11,381 
4,533 


4,131 

496 
9,285 
1,774 


1, 166 

164 
686 
1,545 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 




47,855 

89,423 
186,435 
46,038 


45,200 

Jl Jj OH J 

81,763 
148,210 
42,058 


63 

40,462 
1,215 
30,049 


2,225 
19,793 
1,125 
4,265 
1,365 


367 

5,320 
3,911 
: 615 


46,970 
22,771 
20,738 
8,623 
20,083 


30,179 
19,360 
17,470 

14,381 


10,801 
18 
385 
4,405 
1,025 


2,251 
3,393 
1,545 
4,218 
4,173 


3,739 
1,338 
504 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 




146,146 

1 /. A 1 

Zl , HHL 

281,126 
175,384 
42,633 


121,470 
i q 7nn 

L7 j /UU 

277,364 
166,010 
37,100 


20,865 
58 

10 
1,700 


1,753 
864 
2,769 
3,459 
717 


2,056 

A 1 Q 

993 
5,905 
3,116 


22,901 
16,674 
192,271 
126,265 
9,729 


19,528 
8,992 
179,709 

63,426 
9,400 


69 
5,080 
2,182 
48,391 
329 


3,259 
619 
10,160 
8,218 


45 
1,983 
220 
6,230 


Montgomery 
Prince George ' s 
}ueen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 




2,695,966 
1,063,031 

23,607 
168,733 

37,100 


2,626, 271 
1,033,811 

21,798 
135,107 

29,230 


9,176 
2,966 

25,903 


10,281 
2,676 

633 
2,867 

588 


jV , Z Jo 

23,578 
1,176 
4,856 
7,282 


20,679 
818,802 
15,087 
12,989 
15,521 


13,657 
791,496 
9,400 
6,134 
ll,tf$0 


5,433 
4,461 
4,593 
4,304 
4,186 


1,589 
15,512 
175 
2,070 
68 


7,333 
919 
481 
217 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 




65,776 
133,048 
72,873 
23,068 


58,113 
131,418 
69,363 
21,520 


75 
47 


1,101 
464 
3,297 
1,341 


6,487 
1,166 
166 

207 


12,843 

107,401 

27,070 
: 


10,419 

102,653 
23, 33^ 


279 

2,274 
1,240 


540 
2,324 


1,605 

150 
992 



TABLE 



Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
Operation 
of Plant 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Communications 


TT*--i 1 J 4- -I ~ 

U til i ties 


Hea t 
for 
Bui 1 dings 


Other 


Total State 


$118,127,017 


$63,654,327 


$2,332,257 


$3,299,992 


$48,840,441 


$3,761,868 


$26,401,747 


$17,939,912 


$736,914 


Allegany 


2,035,837 


1,181,420 


25,394 


95,996 


733,027 


33,484 


420,644 


269,240 


9,659 


Anne Arundel 


7,784,696 


3,766,395 


123,735 


140,876 


3,753,690 


314,649 


2,182,390 


1,248,089 


8,562 


Baltimore City 


23,905,159 


14,657,424 


987,389 


501,350 


7,758,996 


816,839 


4,452,238 


2,489,919 


_ 


Bal timore 


18,169,349 


10,607,164 


63,839 


444,723 


7,053,623 


415,178 


3,760,465 


2,535,879 


342,101 


Calvert 


690,404 


318,742 


6,387 


31,853 


333,422 


25,412 


196,283 


111,042 


685 


Caroline 


534,509 


223,145 


7,058 


22,959 


281,347 


11,728 


134,527 


135,092 


_ 


Carroll 


1, 701, 326 


867,506 


505,629 


328, 191 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


1,384,150 


588,253 


14,081 


32,518 


749,298 


44,204 


328,174 


375,494 


1,426 


Charles 


2,038,655 


911,836 


24,832 


85,415 


1,016,572 


68,696 


550,343 


395,648 


1,885 


Dorchester 


589,766 


210,431 


8,256 


25,967 


345,112 


30,065 


160,304 


154,743 


- 


Frederick 


2,313,170 


995,167 


29,414 


90,367 


1,198,222 


91,216 


649,286 


457,590 


130 


Garrett 


412,850 


174,209 


4,003 


23,978 


210,660 


13,993 


61,571 


134,682 


414 


Harford 


3,233,350 


1,304,722 


31,906 


174,348 


1,722,374 


90,941 


1,015,061 


616,372 


- 


Howard 


3,500,263 


1,557,799 


67,030 


144,818 


1,730,616 


85,109 


1,134,346 


472,784 


38,377 


Kent 


407,757 


138,932 


3,455 


14,681 


250,689 


22,448 


88,438 


136,701 


3, 102 


Montgomery 


21,449,574 


12,204,350 


77,260 


412,685 


8,755,279 


774,358 


4,795,018 


2,968,290 


217,613 


Prince George' s 


20,824,300 


10,666,101 


252,484 


431,535 


9,474,180 


723,705 


4,901,327 


3,749,409 


99,739 


Queen Anne' s 


400,093 


153,841 


680 


24,912 


220,660 


14,901 


95,425 


110,304 


30 


St. Mary's 


1,233,086 


631,419 


11,891 


60,921 


528,855 


37,527 


253,291 


237,343 


694 


Somerset 


391,982 


139,237 


9,502 


22,237 


221,006 


10,711 


113,676 


96,619 




Talbot 


528,382 


230,489 


10,407 


20,664 


266,822 


19,294 


150,501 


96,538 


489 


Washington 


2,717,675 


1,372,391 


33,953 


86,208 


1,225,123 


76,248 


593,002 


547,570 


8,303 


Wicomico 


1,187,996 


539,539 


23,212 


50,041 


575,204 


27,264 


220,177 


324,143 


3,620 


Worcester 


692,688 


213,815 


10,460 


32,749 


435,664 


13,898 


145,260 


276,421 


85 



TABLE 

82 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
Maintenance 
of Plant 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con trac ted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equipment 
Replacement 


Total State 


$41,732,215 


$20,050,391 


$9,614,111 


$7,352,534 


f 402,32 


$4,312,859 


Allegany 


777,032 


284,439 


136,965 


219,345 


17,976 


118,307 


Atttip AthtiHpI 

-ii.ll.lt- . 1 L UllUt i- 


2 249 461 


981 ,687 


531 , 939 


496 , 896 


35, 192 


203, 747 


Baltimore City 


6,844,018 


3,406,948 


1,623,961 


1,385,785 


5,930 


421,394 


Baltimore 


8,001,363 


2,905,779 


3,040,141 


1,246,012 


13,578 


795,853 


Calvert 


231,550 


129,507 


13,207 


56,142 


61 


32,633 


Caroline 


135,562 


38,917 


36,483 


21,812 


781 


37,569 


Carroll 


468, 776 


250, 151 


35, 346 


141,047 




42, 232 


Cecil 


476,296 


259,276 


47,977 


107,698 


1,568 


59,777 


Charles 


688,301 


357,814 


143,834 


144,453 


4,646 


37,554 


Dorchester 


305,921 


107,029 


120,978 


65,794 


7,425 


4,695 


Frederick 


1,080,142 


299,767 


190,645 


183,099 


3,607 


403,024 


Garrett 


203, 549 


d--i , 39 1 


21,833 


69,789 


7,344 


23, 192 


Harford 


1,300,974 


560,832 


420,868 


209,547 


632 


109,095 


Howard 


967,463 


461,472 


163,058 


115,019 


40,309 


187,605 


Kent 


237,908 


63,301 


80,162 


49,653 


2, 102 


42,690 


1 UJLL L^UI.lL l y 


6 94"? 580 


4,983,098 


274, 145 


832,088 


188,685 


665.564 


Prince George's 


7,941,347 


3,951,568 


1,733,843 


1,489,186 


40,706 


726,044 


Queen Anne' s 


205,112 


55,274 


97,321 


33,154 


6,283 


13,080 


St. Mary's 


678,335 


233,542 


133,214 


199,405 


386 


111,788 


Somerset 


126,335 


54,298 


19,886 


33,748 


9,211 


9, 192 


Talbot 


232,905 


59,966 


68,525 


322,863 


2,041 


79,510 


Washington 


897,646 


268,959 


457,808 


103,683 


2,357 


64,839 


Wicomico 


457,860 


166,150 


131,602 


68,245 


11,424 


80,439 


Worcester 


280,779 


89,226 


90,370 


58,071 


76 


43,036 



TABLE 

83 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pup i 1 
Transpor- 
tation 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 




Contracted 


Services 






Supplies 
and 
Ma ter ia 1 s 


Other Charges 


Vehicle 
Replacemen 


To ta 1 
Contracted 
Services 


Contract 
Rou te s 


Bus 
Inspec tion 


Other 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


VjUllUllUlll 


Utilities 


Other 


Total State 


& c i ceo c 

$52,558,005 


$17 , 254, 323 


$29 , 608 ,940 


til —i f\ o in"7 

521, 798, 197 


$36,071 


$7,774,672 


$2,915,601 


$1,168,487 


$10,649 


$20,894 


$1,136,944 


$1,610, 654 


Allegany 


1,206,874 


159,676 


991,607 


974,933 


2,443 




14,231 


24,548 


26 , 873 


2, 166 




24,707 


4,170 


Anne Arundel 


4,441,528 


454,971 


3,743,248 


3,682,989 


2,850 




57 , 409 


75,859 


58,931 






58,931 


108,519 


Baltimore City 


o , Zo_> , o/y 


1 , J J , Z70 


/. 1 7 Q 7 11 
4,1/7, / ll 


C.Q7 con 
J7 / . J7U 




3) 


582, 121 


i 7n n i r 
1 /u , U 1 J 


280, 355 


4, 355 


20,894 


255, 106 




Bal timore 


c. /ion CTQ 

D , , jzv 


q on/, A ^ 1 
J , JUH , O J 1 


ft 1 Q 7 ft ^ 
Ol 7 , / OJ 


A 7 1 7 01 
/ 1 , Z Z 1 






148, 564 


1 n 7 ^ ftA 7 
1 , U LJ , 00 / 


89,408 


2,844 




86,564 


ion sip 


Calvert 


Ol /, /,QC 


HZ 9 j/y 


7 A 7 ft Q 7 
/ OZ , 07Z 


7 A Q A 1 A 
/H7 , HlO 


1 Rf|£, 
1 , DUO 




11,970 


7 S.ft 
/ JO 


8,466 




- 


8,466 




Caroline 


560,105 


24,143 


530,368 


521,940 


438 




7,990 


1,064 


4,530 






4,530 




Carroll 


1,563,689 


66,000 


1,489,272 


1,464,550 


1,049 




23,673 


8,417 






_ 






Cecil 


QQA QAQ 


7 9 Q ^ft. 

/ Z , 7 JO 


ft.A7 7 AA 


OJ7 j ill 






3,535 


20,097 


19,876 






19,876 


25 y 29; 


P Vi a t- 1 c> c- 

Liiiane s 


1 Q 1 A 7 A7 

1 1 7 10 , / O / 


Al 717 
O 1 , / 1 / 


1 7Qft QSS 

1, /70j 7JJ 


1 AA7 711 
1 , OH / , ill 


i n i 7 

1 , U 1 / 




150,727 


1 "\ Xll 

L J , J 1 I 


22,718 






22,718 




Dor c he s ter 


A7n 071 
DZU , Z / 1 


7Q 071 
Z 7 , 7 / J 


^ft AftQ 
J / O , 007 


RRS OR7 
JJJ j uoz 


^^A 




23, 273 


J , DUVJ 


6,009 


642 


- 


5,367 




Frederick 


1,529,474 


422,481 


772,145 


666,431 


280 




105,434 


169,799 


35,463 






35,463 


129,58i 


Garrett 


779,808 


44,919 


713,277 


689,338 


1,467 




22,472 


9,100 


9, 135 






9,135 


3,37 


nanoru 


1 AH 7Qft 

z , lou , J70 


7 A A A Q 7 

ZHO , 7 z 


1 7 A 7 A A A 
1, / Z , OOH 


1 7 A ft 1QQ 
1 , / HO , 1 7 7 


1 A ICi 
L , 4jU 




13,035 


171 n ft a 

1 Z 1 , UOO 


27,873 






27,873 


22,08 


Howa r d 


1 OOQ cca 


• J j 7U7 


1 7AA 7AH 
1 , / HO , / 4U 


1 7 7 An 7 
1 , / Z J , DU Z 


o n ^7 




19,101 


1 Oftft. 
1 , u o o 


5,817 


_ 


- 


5,817 




Von t- 


Al ft 71^ 


A 7 R A 7 
HZ , JOi 


"*AA flftA 
jDh , UOO 


1^.7 C.AA 


Ann 




5,922 


ft Qft ^ 


3,084 






3,084 




Montgomery 


6,612,048 


4,454,003 


396,250 








396,250 


1,075,330 


273,280 






273,280 


413,18 


Prince George' s 


9,228,128 


5,486,959 


3,135,627 


39,059 


14,430 


3 


082,138 


9,248 


130,953 






130,953 


465,34 


Queen Anne' s 


612,525 


46,917 


536,751 


525,690 


644 




10,417 


13,072 


11,435 






11,435 


4,35 


St. Mary's 


1,254,770 


109,995 


1,096,974 


1,091,554 


295 




5,125 


15,848 


14,709 






14,709 


17,24 


Somerset 


463,700 


19,160 


436,563 


425,233 


110 




11,220 


304 


7,673 






7,673 




Talbot 


389,096 


27,516 


329,894 


324,241 


300 




5,353 


2,974 


4,485 


642 




3,843 


24,22 


Washington 


1,304,988 


320,591 


742,358 


696,176 


1,538 




44,644 


141,786 


101,403 






101,403 


(1,15 


Wicomico 


1,242,141 


59,025 


1,160,305 


1,152,304 


2,763 




5,238 


1,283 


17,916 






17,916 


3,61 


Worcester 


712,074 


25,848 


678,033 


652,663 


540 




24,830 


98 


8,095 






8,095 





Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



TABLE 

84 



Local Unit 



Total 
Adminis tra tion 



Salaries 
and 
Wages 



Contracted 
Services 



Supplies 
and 
Materials 



Other 
Charges 



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 1 s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



$32,128,618 

378,080 
2,350,188 
8,174,816 
3,417,529 

236,941 

115,520 
564,514 
385,584 
498,730 
239,080 

651,265 
149,014 
862,506 
646, 150 
95,917 

6,450,965 
5,043,762 
98,931 
348,178 
146,214 

134,155 
737,721 
269,136 
133,722 



$26,179,902 

303,279 
1,775,374 
7,190,750 
2,890,684 

166,472 

81,224 
459,811 
284,428 
381,145 
163,258 

490,523 
x.8,756 
631,351 
471,792 
64,409 

5,412,889 
4,012,927 

59,657 
263,518 

79,871 

87,742 
550,173 
173,565 

76,304 



$3,954,179 

24,131 
385,590 
725,231 
243,340 

33,094 

18,038 
85,557 
75,651 
62,905 
44,319 

77,957 
21,806 
174,345 
94,670 
9,459 

793,624 
753,410 
20,361 
30,039 
31,020 

8,437 
148,975 
59,128 
33,092 



$1,324,286 

32,767 
123,254 
223,461 
208,452 

14,200 

9,827 
19,146 
10,953 
29,214 
16,539 

60,373 
9,156 
47,588 
57,304 
7,983 

138,576 
175,520 
11,616 
41,719 
15,191 

15,509 
23,822 
22,596 
9,520 



$670,251 

17,903 
65,970 
35,374 
75,053 
23,175 

6,431 

14,552 
25,466 
14,964 

22,412 
9,296 
9,222 
22,384 
14,066 

105,876 
101,905 
7,297 
12,902 
20,132 

22,467 
14,751 
13,847 
14,806 



It 



TABLE 

85 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 









Paid by Local 


Boards of Education 




Paid Direct by State 


Local Unit 


Total 
Fixed 
Charges 


Total 


Rent 


Insurance 

and 
Judgements 


Employees' 
Re tirement 


Social 
Secur i ty 


Other 


Total 


Teachers' 
Retirement 
System 


Teachers' 

Social 
Secur i ty 


Total State 


$132,554,509 


$44,345,768 


$956,748 


$18,310,200 


$7,987,738 


$9,478,639 


$7,612,443 


$88,208,741 


$50,596,030 


$37,612,711 


Al legany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


2,208,283 
9,394,286 
22,630,094 
20,238,410 
862,857 


810,492 
2,190,052 
8,325,254 
5,364,261 

293,316 


135,358 
404,029 
110,310 


110,809 
379,743 

3,721,015 
192,799 


119,472 
292,532 
636,033 
267,976 
36,048 


152,758 
550,370 
2,094,124 
1,260,489 
64,469 


427,453 
832,049 
5,191,068 
4,471 


1,397,791 
7,204,234 
14,304,840 
14,874, 149 
569,541 


777,535 
4,017,004 
8,576,515 
8,308,068 

319,090 


620,256 
3,187,230 
5,728,325 
6,566,081 

250,451 


Caroline 
Carroll 
Ceci 1 
Charles 
Dorches ter 


556,500 
2,434,813 
1,414,003 
2,147,293 

867,860 


141,079 
852,237 
373,045 
712,999 
281,381 


3,585 
41,936 
715 
12,992 
11,713 


34,864 
59,595 
244,099 
347,254 
147,554 


62,881 
118,482 

13,677 
175,633 

46,155 


39,749 
275,196 
114,554 
177,120 

75,959 


357,028 


415,421 
1,582,576 
1,040,958 
1,434,294 

586,479 


233,343 
866,986 
585,638 
800,330 
339,835 


182,078 
715,590 
455,320 
633,964 
246,644 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


2,878,787 
684,085 
3,966,439 
3,034,596 
470,120 


926,331 
256,562 
883,470 
875,118 
153,445 


21,145 
11,822 


544,441 
134,711 
611,710 
568,788 
71,788 


139,775 
48,709 
88,816 
55,981 
34,254 


194,140 
50,048 
182,944 
215,502 
40,574 


26,830 
11,272 

34,847 
6,829 


1,952,456 
427,523 
3,082,969 
2,159,478 
316,675 


1,100,385 
244,891 
1,738,407 
1, 194,886 
181,487 


852,071 
182,632 
1,344,562 
964,592 
135,188 


1 1U LI L^umt: L y 

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


?f> 995 745 
23,350,895 

578,877 
1,304,957 

478,587 


I 1 775 781 

II j t' J) / (J J 

8,158,864 
205,628 
344,887 
155,783 


131,460 
55,825 
2,600 
1,000 


4,475,151 
5,317,808 
132,727 
181,209 


4,607,693 
893,537 
32,188 
52,556 
33,274 


1,575,404 
1,885,694 

38,113 
109,466 

73,043 


486,075 
6,000 

656 
49,466 


15,719,462 
15,192,031 
373,249 
960,070 
322,804 


9,350,198 
8,633,749 
203,754 
537,301 
190,751 


6,369,264 
6,558,282 
169,495 
422,769 
132,053 


Talbot 
Washing ton 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


667,498 
2,971,795 
1,634,601 

783,628 


194,072 
932,888 
451,569 
187,252 


12,258 


34,313 
590,438 
276,941 
132,443 


8,748 
145,781 
73,753 
3,784 


35,004 
178,119 
44,775 
51,025 


116,007 
18,550 
43,842 


473,426 
2,038,907 
1,183,032 

596,376 


261,006 
1, 148,528 
657,937 
328,406 


212,420 
890,379 , 
525,095 
267,970 



TABLE 

86 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 





Food Services 


Student Body Activities 


Local Unit 


Total 
Food 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


To tal 
Student Body 
Activities 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


al State 


$1,680,795 


$879,265 


$137,884 


$170,348 


$431,609 


$61,689 


$2,699, 137 


$1,573,941 


$545,651 


$367,168 


$169,355 


$43,022 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


JO , U L U 

79,686 
175,642 
19,063 


20 , 320 
18 

171,718 
9,023 


4,909 
1,612 


1 , 295 

30,139 
3,924 
5,221 


91 

44,620 
350 


14,920 
2,857 


751,325 
135,072 
42,764 


466,971 
59,487 
16,190 


174,767 
26,093 
13,212 


108,857 
49,492 
11,982 


1,380 


730 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


9 619 
4^ 725 
42,705 
259,061 
18,210 


4, 576 
2,700 
24,295 
236,875 
9,711 


142 
7,342 
2,043 


5,043 
2,025 
16,284 
866 
6,221 


908 
5,247 
235 


1,076 
8,731 


13,064 
95,168 
73,554 
58,416 
22,968 


1,500 
66,497 
36,703 
15,390 
105 


6, 309 
27,978 
11,473 
6,605 
5,265 


5,255 
693 
16,834 
2,987 
3,028 


8,544 
33,434 
14,570 


- 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


f.1 7 f> ? 

51,402 
87,984 


35,118 
44,079 


2,729 
1,083 

16,362 


4, 125 
11,823 


7 ,932 
3,116 

24,083 


2,968 
262 

3,460 


4,574 
7,488 
273,431 
213,344 
29,439 


752 
5,548 
127,989 
72,167 
6.3C3 


1,113 

7,414 
76,518 
14,991 


2,273 
138,028 
2,254 


436 
1,940 

48,764 
5,831 


15,895 


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


602,590 
6,390 
3,670 
70,770 
23,736 


210,774 

924 
2,953 
9,140 


92,201 
1,943 


252 

2,746 
67,817 
4,811 


297,963 


1,400 
6,390 

7,842 


851,384 

21,458 
14,787 


676,751 
4,480 


108,647 

9,373 
© 9,751 


2,362 

3,560 
556 


37,227 
8,525 


26,397 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


15,085 

83,516 
28,553 


12,933 

16,903 
23,197 


1,080 

3,744 
2,694 


1,007 

4,737 
2,012 


65 

46,349 
650 


11,783 


32,408 

20,065 
38,428 


10,613 
6,435 


19,577 

15,134 
11,431 


170 

4,831 
14,006 


2,048 

100 
6,556 





TABLE 

87 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


10 cai 
Community 
Services 


i 

Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


o u y y i its 

and 
Materials 


Other Charges 


Ht^ U 1 [) L It 1 1 L 

Replacement 


Total Other 
Charges 


Nonpublic School 
Transportation 


Other 


Total State 


$4,624,289 


$3,225,436 


$340, 194 


$189,100 


$868,698 


$463,467 


$405,231 


$861 


Allegany 


52,707 


42,299 


1,012 


1,817 


7 S7Q 


L , JUU 


J y U / 7 


- 


Anne Arundel 


644,029 


360,146 


99,379 


11,973 


172,531 




172,531 


- 


Baltimore City 








i r\r\f\ 


29,204 


- 


29,204 




Baltimore 


453,677 


414,649 


865 


198 


37,965 


18,742 


19,223 


_ 


Calvert 


112,011 


102,662 


1,270 


235 


7,844 


- 


7,844 


- 


Caroline 


65,489 


65,381 


108 


- 








- 


Carroll 


199,751 


71,915 


124,940 


2,896 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


loo o q a 
122, -SOU 


oo , y jy 




O Q A 

J , Voo 


30,771 


28,900 


1,871 




Charles 


327,020 


123,374 




182 


203,464 


200,798 


2,666 


_ 


Dorchester 


28,197 


7,510 


2,000 


3,022 


15,665 


- 


15,665 


- 


Frederick 


55,662 


14,990 


3,124 


5,973 


1C\ 7 1 A 


nnn 
JU , uuu 


7 1 L 


861 


Garrett 


62,542 


58,799 


- 


3,272 


471 




471 




Har lord 


o o nn 
33, Ul / 


22,874 




10 , 143 


- 


- 


- 




Howard 


446,128 


249,598 


10,677 




185,853 


88,592 


97,261 


_ 


Kent 


40,634 


38,773 


23 


1,481 


357 


- 


357 


- 


Montgomery 


934,379 


635,243 


51,370 


132,519 


115,247 


89,936 


25,311 


- 


Prince George's 


199 , 599 


199,599 














Queen Anne' s 


44,876 


44,876 














St. Mary's 


99,474 


97,886 




9 


1,579 




1,579 




Somerset 


45,885 


45,450 




335 


100 




100 




Talbot 


61,221 


48,964 


12,000 




257 




257 




Washington 


448,637 


382,489 


32,657 


9,037 


24,454 


3,999 


20,455 




Wicomico 


83,499 


77,858 


85 


1,022 


4,534 




4,534 




Worcester 


33,271 


33,162 






109 




109 





TABLE 

88 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1974- 7 5 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
Capital 
Outlay 


Current Expense Fund 










School 


Construction 


Fund 










Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 


Bui ldings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Remode 1 


ing 


Addi tiona 1 
Equipment 
and 

Vehic les 


Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 


Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Remodeling 


Additional 
Equipment 


a 1 ^ fa 


$238 


,496, 


535 


$10 


,194, 


997 


$664 


,775 


$678, 


123 


$600, 


714 


$8, 


251, 


385 


$228, 


301 


,538 


$27 


,053 


308 


$171 


665, 


192 


$19, 


032 


451 


$ 1 , 5 50 , 


587 


A 1 1 po anu 
i\.L L tzgaliy 


5 


,136, 


363 




703, 


741 


57 


, 146 


107 , 


825 








538 


770 


4, 


432, 


622 




68 


,625 


4 


,108 


442 




1 35 


,451 


120 


104 


Anne Arundel 


47 


,712, 


030 


1 


,052, 


777 










132, 


250 




920, 


527 


46, 


659, 


253 


5 


,382 


,279 


37 


,950, 


067 


1, 


268 


,926 


2,057 


981 


Baltimore City 


22 


,665, 


762 




880, 


030 




- 




- 




_ 




880 


030 


21, 


785, 


732 


15 


,708 


,461 






- 


4, 


949 


,383 


1,127 


888 


Da L L L UWj L t: 


13 


,975, 


209 


1 


,115, 


008 


119 


, 968 






150, 


000 




845 


040 


12, 


860 , 


201 


2 


,420 


, 791 


o 
O 


,926, 


490 




944 


HQ 

, 1 10 


JOB 




Pal if a T" t" 


9 


,423, 


979 




91, 


037 


10 


,420 








607 




74 


010 


9, 


332, 


942 




133 


, 7 30 


9 


,032, 


694 








166 


CIO 


'■aII'JI 1 


3 


,711, 


171 




62, 


804 




934 




471 








61 


, 399 


3, 


64o 


JD / 








i 


,648 


JO / 












Carroll 


8 


,225, 


021 




190, 


794 


13 


,179 






67, 


616 




109 


999 


8, 


034 


227 




837 


,609 


4 


,399 


,791 


2, 


474 


,392 


322 


435 


Cecil 


1 


,800, 


016 




201, 


947 


33 


,692 




- 


88, 


492 




79 


763 


Li 


598 


069 




80 


,784 


1 


,364 


256 




149 


,917 


3 


,112 


Ph a ripe 

Vj 1 let L L L 


2 


, 272, 


138 




465, 


471 


60 


,274 


238, 


103 








167 


094 


1, 


806 


C C "7 

00 / 




7 A 
/ 4 


Q 1 /. 


i 
1 


,679 


JO 1 








^ 7 


/.CI 

452 


Onir Vip <; f pr 


8 


,654, 


582 




131, 


541 


5 


,964 






6, 


815 




1 1 Q 


lb I 


8, 


523 


f"w. 1 
1)4 1 








Q 
O 


, J2 i 














L ICUCl J- L. r- 


5 


,271, 


703 




173, 


832 


3 


,885 


9, 


098 








160 


849 


5, 


097 


871 




103 


,791 


4 


,174 


889 








819 


191 


Garrett 


3 


,028, 


950 




146, 


440 
















146 


440 


2, 


882 


510 








2 


,843 


764 




11 


,550 


27 


196 


Harford 


17 


,596, 


083 




73, 


340 












_ 




73 


340 


17, 


522 


743 




786 


,255 


16 


,476 


415 








260 


073 


nuwai u 


11 


,216, 


409 




626, 


835 












_ 




626 


835 


10, 


589 


574 




175 


,935 


10 


,023 


639 








390 


000 


Kent 


4i 3 


,041, 


986 




76, 


676 


8 


,834 






6, 


920 




60 


922 


2, 


965 


310 








2 


,650 


139 








315 


171 


Montgomery 


34 


,647, 


673 


1 


,142, 


498 














1 


,142 


498 


33, 


505, 


175 




927 


,254 


22 


,583 


398 


8, 


046 


,417 


1,948 


106 


Prince George' s 


15 


,382, 


041 


1 


,702, 


646 


143 


,468 


78, 


645 


80, 


516 


1 


400, 


017 


13, 


679, 


395 




(52 


,076) 


11 


,656 


,929 


I. 


002 


,001 


1,072, 


541 


Queen Anne' s 




342, 


593 




20, 


380 
















20 


380 




322 


213 




156 


,438 




136 


797 








28 


978 


St. Mary' s 


3 


,821, 


609 




514, 


282 


135 


762 


23, 


550 








354 


970 


3, 


307 


327 








3 


,180 


689 








126 


638 


Somerset 




40, 


002 




19, 


845 






3, 


315 


9, 


852 




6 


678 




20 


157 




6 


,553 














13 


604 


Talbot 




402, 


941 




110, 


101 
















110 


101 




292 


840 




78 


,*750 




214 


090 












Washington 


12 


,026, 


769 




252, 


625 


65 


,313 


153, 


269 








34 


043 


11, 


774 


144 




25 


,600 


11 


,602 


700 








145 


844 


Wicomico 


7 


,750, 


882 




300, 


855 


2 


,938 




842 


51, 


646 




202 


429 


7, 


450 


027 




2 


,380 


6 


,489 


214 




8 


,749 


949 


684 


Worcester 




350, 


623 




139, 


492 


2 


,998 


20, 


005 








116 


489 




211 


131 




135 


,315 










41 


,487 


34 


329 



TABLE 

89 



Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 



Total 
Debt Service 



Long-Term County Bonds 



Redemption 



Interest 



State Loan 



Red emp t i on 


JL LI *- - 1- CO L 


$16,536,210 


$7,233,488 


261,951 


57,787 


2, 716,680 


850, 152 


1, 193,088 


2,229,754 


3,907,711 


1,398,791 


53,954 


22, 107 


39,309 


16,004 


403,875 


131, 181 


- 

405,224 


- 

125,456 


4,881 


3,222 


592,539 


134,331 


91,926 


19,567 


401,891 


179, 177 


443, 184 


104, 536 


104,805 


25,981 


549,317 


314,860 


4,653,353 


1,398,791 


36,426 


17,405 


329,183 


91,740 


11,265 


4,137 


109,259 


28,900 


122,708 


29,015 


12,405 


1,614 


91,276 


48,980 



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 



$98,250,366 

579,298 
9,100,461 
23,919,845 
16,245,855 

467,209 

386,129 
1,448,034 

994,345 
1,640,805 

351,715 

2,702,685 
140,618 
3,147,408 
2,511,686 
384,086 

12,164,408 
16,245,855 
338,083 
551,023 
283,989 

600,574 
2,102,908 
1,294,272 

649,075 



$44,541,370 

175,000 
3,019,000 
12,113,931 
6,286,000 

189,000 

210,000 
471,114 
740,000 
565,000 
264,000 

1,215,000 
25,000 
1,560,000 
1,060,000 
150,000 

6,942,384 
6,286,000 
210,000 
100,000 
205,000 

320,000 
1,283,333 
826,608 
325,000 



$29,939,298 

84,560 
2,514,629 
8,383,072 
4,653,353 
202,148 

120,816 
441,864 
254,345 
545,125 
79,612 

760,815 
4,125 
1,006,340 
903,966 
103,300 

4,357,847 
3,907,711 
74,252 
30,100 
63,587 

142,415 
667,852 
453,645 
183,819 



TABLE 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1974-75 




(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 


Student 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
muni ty 
Services 


Tui tion 
Hand i - 
capped 
Children 


Total State 


69 . 


49 


. 


92 


. 


20 


10 


48 


3.70 


4 . 


OD 


2 


o-> 


J . 


y o 


U 


1 c 

I J 


L . 


A A 


U ■ 




n 
V . 


A 1 


0.53 


Allegany 


66. 


44 





63 


0. 


16 


10 


95 


4. 18 


6 


49 


2 


03 


4. 


36 





20 


4. 


19 




_ 


0. 


28 


0.09 


Anne Arundel 


74. 


45 


L. 


27 






9 


01 


Z . OU 


5. 


14 


2 


72 


2. 


53 






L. 


54 






0. 


74 




Baltimore City 


c c: 
OJ ■ 


"7 1 

1 5 


i 

i . 


1 c 
1 D 


n 
U . 


n/. 
Vh 


1 1 


Q 1 

7 1 


3.41 


O 
J 


1 L 


A 


07 


A 


L J 


o 


04 


5 ■ 


50 


. 


37 


0. 


02 


0.49 


Baltimore 


7 2 . 


92 


U . 


J 


U . 


•in 
07 


1U 




4.82 


O 


-J7 


c 


UD 


J • 


Z J 




1 1 

1 L 


0. 


85 


. 


08 


0. 


27 


0.30 


Calvert 


64. 


63 


1 


06 


. 


36 


Q 
O 


44 


2.83 


o 

7 


Q A 


z 


vu 


-1 

J . 


J" 


u 


Z J 




L L 


n 
\j • 






37 


- 


Caroline 


66. 


39 





86 


0. 


85 


9 


63 


2.44 


10 


09 


2 


08 


2. 


54 





17 


3. 


53 


0. 


24 


I. 


18 


- 


Carroll 


70 


32 


1 


85 





11 


8 


20 


OA 
Z . ZO 


7 


53 


2 


72 


4. 


11 





02 


1. 


46 


0. 


46 


0. 


96 




Cecil 


67 


46 


U 


DO 


U 


1 c 

1 J 






3.54 


7 




9 
Z 


o / 


9 


11 


o 


32 


2 . 


83 


0. 


55 


0. 


91 


0.34 


Charles 


D J. 


£. A 
DO 


A 

u 


Q 1 


U 


HA 


i n 


n s 


3.39 


9 


45 


2 


46 


3. 


51 


1 


28 


3, 


32 


0. 


29 


L. 


61 


0.02 


Dorchester 


69 


04 





JO 


A 

U 


L J 


/ 




3.88 


7 

1 


OD 


*> 

J 




3 


56 


o 


23 


3 1 


41 


0. 


29 


0. 


36 


0.04 


Frederick 


70 


02 





59 





09 


9 


33 


4.35 


6 


17 


2 


63 


3. 


74 





25 


2. 


45 


0. 


02 


0. 


22 


0. 14 


Garre tt 


63 


37 





34 





27 


6 


61 


3 . 26 


12 


48 


2 


39 


4. 


11 





82 


5. 


23 


0. 


12 


L. 


00 




Harford 


72 


53 





76 





52 


8 


68 


3.49 


5 


85 


2 


31 


2. 


37 






2. 


50 


0. 


73 


0. 


09 


0.17 


Howard 


68 


53 





58 





42 


11 


61 


3.21 


6 


07 


2 


15 


2. 


90 





29 


1. 


23 


0. 


71 


1. 


48 


0.82 


Kent 


64 


56 





95 





22 


9 


11 


5.32 


9 


36 


2 


14 


3. 


43 






2. 


52 


0. 


66 


0. 


91 


0.82 


Montgomery 


69 


62 


1 


33 





01 


10 


.55 


3.42 


3 


25 


3 


17 


5. 


55 





29 


0. 


94 






0. 


46 


1.41 


Prince George's 


69 


68 





55 





42 


10 


.67 


4.07 


4 


73 


2 


58 


4. 


18 




* 


2. 


01 


0. 


44 


0. 


10 


0.57 


Queen Anne 1 s 


65 


62 





45 





29 


7 


.66 


3.92 


11 


72 


i 


89 


3. 


93 





07 


3. 


33 






0. 


86 


0.26 


St. Mary's 


64 


69 


1 


25 





10 


9 


. 13 


5.02 


9 


29 


2 


58 


2. 


55 


0. 


52 


3. 


97 


0. 


16 


0. 


73 


0.01 


Somerset 


66 


28 





75 





31 


7 


.95 


2.56 


9 


41 


2 


97 


3. 


16 





48 




90 


0. 


30 


0. 


93 




Talbot 


70 


24 


1 


09 





21 


8 


.78 


3.87 


6 


47 


2 


23 


3. 


23 





25 


2. 


07 


0. 


54 


L. 


02 




Washington 


68 


82 





.51 






10 


.46 


3.45 


5 


02 


2 


84 


3. 


59 






3. 


58 






L. 


73 




Wicomico 


70 


.56 





.49 





73 


8 


.04 


3.10 


8 


40 


1 


82 


3. 


05 





57 


2. 


27 


0. 


14 


0. 


57 


0.26 


Worcester 


68 


.84 





.29 





34 


8 


.72 


3.53 


8 


96 


1 


68 


2. 


36 





36 


3. 


87 


0. 


48 


0. 


42 


0. 15 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



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



TABLE 

91 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1974-75 

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



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 

Mi lk 


Student 

Body 
Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
muni ty 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Total State 


72.88 


0.96 


0. 


21 


10 . 


99 


3.88 


2.99 


4 . 


13 


0. 


16 


2.56 


. 


25 


. 


43 





56 


Allegany 


71.05 


0.68 


0. 


18 


11. 


71 


4.47 


2.17 


4. 


66 


0. 


21 


4.48 




_ 


0. 


30 





09 


Anne Arundel 


7ft Aft 


1 • OH 






9. 


50 


9 7 L 




2. 


67 






1.62 






0. 


79 






Baltimore City 


67.85 


1.19 


U . 


n /. 
U't 


LI. 


TQ 

ly 


3.52 


4.20 


A 

H . 


iO 


0. 


04 


5.67 


n 
yj . 


J7 


0. 


02 


u 


k i 

J L 


Baltimore 


75.48 


0.66 


. 


40 


1 1 . 


33 


4.99 


2.13 


3. 


iD 


0. 11 


0.88 


U . 


no 
UO 


0. 


28 


U 


1 

JL 


Calvert 


71.78 


1.18 


. 


40 


9 . 


37 


3. 14 


3.22 


3. 


ye 


0. 


26 


4.57 


U . 


CO 

JO 


1. 


52 






Caroline 


73.85 


0.96 


0. 


94 


10. 


71 


2.72 


2.31 


2. 


83 





19 


3.92 


0. 


26 


1. 


31 






Carrol 1 


7 A OR 
/ D • U J 




0. 


12 


8 


86 


L • 44 


L • 74 


4. 


44 





02 


1 . 59 


0. 


50 


1. 


04 






Cecil 


72.78 


0.72 


0. 


17 


11 


11 


3.82 


3.09 


2 . 


99 





34 


3.05 


u . 




0. 


98 





36 


Charles 


70.30 


1.01 





05 


11. 


10 


3.75 


2.71 


3. 


08 


1. 


41 


3.67 


U . 




1. 


78 





02 


Dorchester 


74.93 


0.63 





27 


8 


11 


4.20 


3.29 


3. 


87 





25 


3.70 


. 


32 


0. 


39 





04 


Frederick 


74.62 


0.63 





10 


9 


94 


4.64 


2.80 


3. 


98 





27 


2.62 


0. 


02 


0. 


24 





14 


Garrett 


7 /■ 1 







31 


7 


55 


7 7 


L • / J 


4. 


69 





94 


5 . 98 


0. 


14 


1. 


14 






Harford 


77.03 


0.80 





55 


9 


22 


3.71 


2.46 


2. 


52 






2.66 


0. 


78 


0. 


09 





18 


Howard 


72.96 


0.62 





45 


12 


36 


3.42 


2.28 


3. 


09 





31 


1.31 


0. 


75 


1 


58 





87 


Kent 


71.23 


1.05 





24 


10 


05 


5.87 


2.37 


3. 


78 






2.78 


0. 


73 


1.00 





90 


Montgomery 


71.96 


1.37 





01 


10 


91 


3.53 


3.28 


5. 


73 





31 


0.97 






0.48 


1 


45 


Prince George' s 


73.14 


0.57 





44 


11 


20 


4.27 


2.71 


4. 


39 




■k 


2.11 


0. 


46 





11 





60 


Queen Anne' s 


74.33 


0.51 





33 


8 


67 


4.44 


2.14 


4. 


46 





08 


3.77 






0. 


97 





30 


St. Mary's 


71.32 


1.38 


0.11 


10 


06 


5.54 


2.84 


2. 


81 





58 


4.37 


0. 


17 


0. 


81 


0.01 


Somerset 


73.16 


0.83 





35 


8 


78 


2.83 


3.27 


3. 


49 





53 


5.40 


0. 


33 


1. 


03 






Talbot 


75. 10 


1.17 





.23 


9 


39 


4. 14 


2.38 


3. 


45 





27 


2.21 


0. 


57 


1 


09 






Washing ton 


72.46 


0.54 






11 


01 


3.63 


2.99 


3. 


78 






3.77 






1 


82 






Wicomico 


77.04 


0.54 





.79 


8 


.77 


3.38 


1.99 


3. 


34 





62 


2.48 


0. 


15 





62 





28 


Worcester 


75.62 


0.32 





.37 


9 


.57 


3.88 


1.85 


2. 


59 





40 


4.25 


0. 


53 


0. 


46 





16 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



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: 1974-75 

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



TABLE 

92 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
t i an l 


Pup i 1 
Transportation 


Admin i s- 
tration 


r lXcu 
Charges 


Total State 


72. 


21 


0.95 





21 


10.89 


3.85 


4.84 


2.96 


4.09 


Allegany 


69 


76 


0.67 





17 


11 


49 


4.39 


6.81 


2.13 


4.58 




76 


19 


1 . 30 




- 


9 


22 


filUO 


J ■ £.9 


2 . 78 


2 . 59 


Baltimore City 


70.24 


1.23 





04 


12 


73 


3.65 


3.33 


4.35 


4.43 


Baltimore 


74 


11 


0.64 





40 


11 


13 


4.90 


3.45 


2.09 


3.28 


Calvert 


68.93 


L. 14 





38 


9 


00 


3.02 


10.62 


3.09 


3.82 


Caroline 


69 


97 


0.91 





89 


10 


15 


2.58 


10.63 


2.19 


2.68 


Car ro 1 1 


72 


43 


1 . 90 





11 


8 


44 




7 . 76 


2 . 80 


4. 23 


Cecil 


70 


97 


0.70 





16 


10 


83 


3.73 


7.67 


3.02 


2.92 


Charles 


68.10 


0.98 





04 


10 


75 


3.63 


10. 11 


2.63 


3.76 


Dorchester 


72 


16 


0.61 





26 


7 


81 


4.05 


8.21 


3.17 


3.73 


Frederick 


72.24 


0.61 





09 


9 


63 


4.49 


6.37 


2.71 


3.86 


Garre tt 


68.27 







29 


7 


12 


3.51 


13.45 


2. 57 


4.42 


Harford 


75. 15 


0.78 


o 


54 


8 


99 


3.62 


6.06 


2.40 


2.46 


Howard 


71 


78 


0.61 





44 


12. 16 


3.36 


6.36 


2. 25 


3.04 


Kent 


67 


89 


1.00 





23 


9 


58 


5.59 


9.84 


2.26 


3.61 


Montgomery 


71 


85 


1. 37 





01 


10 


89 


J. 53 


3. 3d 




3. / I 


Prince George' s 


71 


92 


0.56 





43 


11.02 


4. 20 


4.88 


2.67 


4.32 


Queen Anne' s 


68 


72 


0.47 





30 


8 


02 


4. 11 


12.27 


1.98 


4. 12 


St. Mary's 


68 


38 


1.32 





10 


9 


65 


5.31 


9.82 


2.72 


2.70 


Somerset 


70 


97 


0.81 





34 


8 


51 


2.74 


10.07 


3. 18 


3.38 


Talbot 


73 


08 


1.14 





22 


9 


13 


4.03 




2.32 


3.35 


Washington 


72 


68 


0.54 






11 


04 


3.65 


5. 30 


3.00 


3.79 


Wicomico 


73.35 


0.51 





76 


8 


35 


3. 22 


8.74 


1.89 


3.18 


Worcester 


72 


68 


0.31 





36 


9 


20 


3.73 


9.46 


1.77 


2.49 



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



TABLE 

93 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Ins true t ion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Maintenance 

nf 
PI an t 


Admin i s tra tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


75.88 


1 


01 


A 

u 


L L 


11. 


44 


4.04 


3.11 


4.30 


Al legany 


74.86 





71 


U 




12. 


33 


4.71 


2. 29 


4.91 


Anne Arundel 


80.41 


1 


37 






9. 


73 


2.81 


2.94 


2.74 


Baltimore City 


72.66 


1 


27 





04 


13. 


17 


3.77 


4.50 


4.59 


Baltimore 


76.75 





67 





41 


11. 


52 


5.08 


2. 17 


3.40 


Calvert 


77. 12 


1 


27 


n 
u 




10. 


07 


3.37 


3.46 


4.28 


Caroline 


78. 30 


1 


02 


1 


AA 

uu 


11. 


35 


2.88 


2.45 


3.00 


Carroll 


78.52 


2 


07 





12 


9. 


15 


2.52 


3.04 


4.58 


Cecil 


76.87 





76 





.17 


11. 


73 


4.04 


3.27 


3. 16 


Charles 


75.75 


1 


09 





05 


11.96 


4.04 


2.93 


4. 18 


Dorchester 


78.62 





66 





29 


8. 


51 


4.41 


3.45 


4.06 


Fr eder ick. 


77. 15 


0.65 





10 


10. 


28 


4.80 


2.90 


4. 12 


Garrett 


78.88 


0.43 





33 


8. 


22 


4.06 


2.97 


5. 11 


Harford 


80.00 





83 





57 


9. 


58 


3.85 


2.55 


2.62 


Howard 


76.65 





65 





47 


12. 


99 


3.59 


2.40 


3.25 


Kent 


75.30 


1. 11 





26 


10. 


63 


6.20 


2.50 


4.00 


Montgomery 


74.34 


1 


42 





01 


11. 


27 


3.65 


3.39 


5.92 


Prince George' s 


75.61 





59 





46 


11. 


58 


4.42 


2.80 


4.54 


Queen Anne' s 


78.34 





54 





34 


9. 


14 


4.68 


2.26 


4.70 


St. Mary's 


75.83 


1 


46 


0. 11 


10. 


70 


5.89 


3.02 


2.99 


Somerset 


78.91 





90 





38 


9. 


47 


3.05 


3.53 


3.76 


Talbot 


78.35 


1 


22 





24 


9. 


79 


4.31 


2.49 


3.60 


Washington 


76.75 





57 






11. 


66 


3.85 


3.17 


4.00 


Wicomico 


80.37 





56 





83 


9. 


16 


3.53 


2.07 


3.48 


Worcester 


80.27 





34 





40 


10. 


16 


4. 12 


1.96 


2.75 



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



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

Maryland Public Day Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



TABLE 

94 



Local Unit 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


Ceil State: Including 
























:tirement and Social 
























;curity 


$461 .45 


$514. 97 


$585. 51 


$652.43 


$739. 58 


$816. 30 


$ 913.52 


$ 990.20 


$1,058.04 


$1, 168.83 


$1,365.41 


Jx.uding Retirement 
























id Social Security 


437. 10 


487.96 


550.48 


614.04 


695. 32 


764.63 


858.83 


928.02 


995.00 


1,083.95 


1,262.75 


Allegany 


388. 13 


444.11 


492.89 


566.73 


631.41 


668.47 


760.82 


830.48 


890. 19 


985. 17 


1,117.34 


Anne Arundel 


387. 75 


434. 18 


499.67 


554.95 


602.82 


678.90 


760. 71 


837. 33 


899. 28 


1,002. 13 


1, 128. 70 


Baltimore City 


390.56 


445.69 


533.97 


581.29 


680. 25 


736.68 


826.07 


871.97 


889.56 


908.16 


1,124.20 


Bal timore 


459.97 


497.67 


554.78 


624.73 


702. 29 


767. 19 


875. 18 


940.52 


1,037.71 


1,161.72 


1,344. 33 


Calvert 


446.61 


496.49 


568. 34 


619.60 


638.96 


715.99 


801.34 


905.44 


1,023.85 


1,088.50 


1,169.24 


Caroline 


448.09 


485.60 


549.63 


598.87 


633.66 


646.96 


740.48 


808.80 


845.45 


900.59 


1,049.65 


Carroll 


403.05 


433.21 


497.22 


558. 14 


591.89 


651. 24 


710.91 


819.43 


926.39 


974. 77 


1,115.67 


Cecil 


433.83 


478. 73 


534.97 


566.02 


641. 0C 


653.49 


708. 13 


731.76 


818.41 


879.68 


997.52 


Char le s 


435.42 


490.45 


582. 40 


671.06 


718. 25 


751.50 


790. 76 


938. 75 


995.68 


1,032. 36 


1,184.91 


Dorche s ter 


426. 33 


466. 16 


509. 72 


612.60 


625. 27 


687. 14 


800. 11 


909. 27 


996.00 


1,093. 83 


1, 272.88 


Frederick. 


464.21 


512.73 


580.90 


623.01 


671.29 


731.29 


787.89 


834.82 


889.93 


973.18 


1,135.22 


Garrett 


404.17 


490.59 


535.53 


540.34 


604.68 


685.02 


739.02 


762. 12 


771.85 


853.77 


1,019.04 


Harford 


430. 93 


479. 91 


505. 17 


572. 29 


621. 57 


660.06 


749.01 


800.43 


853.91 


968.77 


1,124.25 


Howard 


434.07 


481.05 


545.90 


614.81 


697.70 


761.84 


855.03 


939.29 


1,057.09 


1,122.80 


1,294.05 


Kent 


466. 26 


507 . 37 


557. 20 


613.99 


663.43 


739.81 


832. 19 


910.91 


971.02 


1,056. 22 


1,225.74 


Montgomery 


545.63 


614. 17 


652.55 


736. 16 


845.73 


972.84 


1,083.22 


1,194.16 


1,326.82 


1,436.97 


1,647.56 


Prince George' s 


433.79 


485. 35 


548.46 


606.80 


703.75 


774.64 


884.90 


#43. 38 


996.96 


1,130.17 


1,306.44 


Queen Anne 1 s 


443.44 


487.53 


600.81 


644.57 


676.72 


690.59 


772.95 


832.88 


904.54 


984. 19 


1,111.74 


St. Mary's 


414.54 


492.79 


522. 39 


590.20 


666.91 


680.72 


750.70 


848.40 


829.87 


922.74 


1,113.54 


Somerset 


409.43 


433.09 


461.56 


499.22 


574.56 


597.92 


687.50 


782.58 


818.40 


921.05 


1,100. 13 


Talbot 


418.95 


453.75 


551.92 


619.21 


655.97 


760.39 


826.51 


895.98 


979. 12 


1,088.05 


1,256. 12 


Washington 


451.62 


479.79 


497. 15 


616.20 


663.67 


723.08 • 


300.00 


848.96 


891.84 


976.61 


1,087.80 


• Wicomico 


400.99 


433.95 


498.83 


557. 16 


584.66 


626.86 


693.01 


778.43 


840.95 


918.27 


1,073. 10 


Worcester 


407.52 


422. 25 


450.87 


575.41 


608.27 


656.96 


758. 36 


858.02 


952. 23 


1,050.88 





H;f-time kindergarten pupils, where applicable, are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at 'per pupil costs. 



TABLE 

95 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Prek.-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 





All Costs Including Transportation 


All Costs Excluding Transportation 




Total 


Including State 


Total 


Excluding 


State 


Total Including State 


Total 


Excluding 


State 




Share of Teachers' 


Share of 


Teachers' 


Share of Teachers' 


Share of 


Teachers ' 


Local Unit 


Retirement and 


Retirement and 


Retirement and 


Retirement and 




Social Security 


Social Security 


Social Security 


Social 


Security 




Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


10 la L O la lc 


$1,365. 


41 




$1,262. 


75 




- 


t 1 OA/ 1 / 

$ 1 , 304 . 24 




$1,201.59 






- 


Allegany 


1,205. 


51 


15 


1,117. 


34 




15 


1,129.38 


15 


1,041. 


22 






15 


Anne Arundel 


1,224.99 


12 


1,128. 


70 




12 


1,165.63 


10 


1,069. 


34 






10 


Baltimore City 


1,209.82 


1 A 


1,124. 


20 




14 


i ni to 
Lfi.li.5i 




1,086. 


70 






9 


Ba 1 timore 


1,466. 


79 


2 


1,344. 


33 




2 


1 , 420 . 43 


2 


1,297. 


98 






2 


Pol , - c y f 

L.a i ver u 


1,256. 


06 


10 


1,169. 


24 




10 


1,131.90 


14 


1,045. 


08 






14 


Caroline 


1,132. 


43 


22 


1,049. 


65 




22 


1,020.82 


22 


938. 


04 






22 


Carroll 


1,203.27 


16 


1,115. 


67 




16 


1,116.71 


17 


1,029. 


11 






17 


Cecil 


1,078.77 


iH 


997. 


52 




24 


LfWi. iL 


15 


920. 


95 






23 


Phil T" 1 P c 
\_. 1 lei Lit; 


1,274. 


53 


Q 


1,184. 


91 




9 


1 1 R/i 7 7 
L f LJH .11 


1/ 


1,065. 


15 






11 




1,371. 


72 


E 

J 


1,272. 


88 




5 


1 otl 1 Q 

1 , ZD / . 18 


c. 
O 


1,168. 


34 






6 


Frederick 


1,227. 


47 


11 


1,135. 


22 




11 


1,155.21 


n 


1,062. 


96 






12 


Garrett 


1,094 


16 


23 


1,019. 


04 




•23 


957. 13 


24 


882. 


01 






24 


Harford 


1,220. 


65 


13 


1,124. 


25 




13 


1,152.47 


13 


1,056. 


07 






13 


Howard 


1,391 


16 


4 


1,294. 


05 




4 


1,308.89 


4 


1,211. 


78 






4 


Kent 


1,316 


97 


7 


1,225.74 




7 


1,196.35 


7 


1,105. 


12 






7 


Montgomery 


1,779 


05 


1 


1,647. 


56 




1 


1,723.74 


1 


1,592. 


26 






1 


Prince George' s 


1,411 


43 


3 


1,306. 


44 




3 


1,347.66 


3 


1,242. 


67 






3 


Queen Anne' s 


1,194 


88 


18 


1,111. 


74 




18 


1,058.44 


21 


975. 


30 






21 


St. Mary's 


1,197 


20 


17 


1,113. 


54 




17 


1,087.87 


18 


1,004. 


21 






18 


Somerset 


1,177 


27 


20 


1,100. 


13 




19 


1,066.45 


20 


989. 


32 






19 


Talbot 


1,358 


93 


6 


1,256. 


12 




6 


1,274.43 


5 


1,171. 


62 






5 


Washington 


1,177 


93 


19 


1,087. 


80 




20 


1,120.24 


16 


1,030.12 






16 


Wicomico 


1,162.38 


21 


1,073. 10 




21 


1,068.64 


19 


979. 


35 






20 


Worcester 


1,308.97 


8 


1,212. 


88 




8 


1,194.24 


8 


1,098. 


15 






8 



*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 costs. 



TABLE 

96 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expense: By Function: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Including 
Transportation 


Pupil 
Trans- 
porta- 
tion 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Exc luding 
Transportation 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of Plant 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


$1,262. 


75 


$ 61. 


17 


$1,201. 


58 


$ 911. 


79 


$12 


06 


$2 


68 


$137 


48 


$48 


.57 


$37 . 39 


$51.61 


Al legany 


1 


,117. 


34 


76 


12 


1,041. 


22 


779. 


46 


7 


43 


1 


94 


128 


41 


49.01 


23. 85 


51.12 


Anne Arundel 


1 


,128. 


70 


59 


36 


1,069. 


34 


859. 


92 


14 


64 






104 


04 


30 


.06 


31.41 


29.27 


Baltimore City 


1 


,124.20 


37 


50 


1,086. 


70 


789. 


62 


13 


81 





47 


143.08 


40 


.96 


48.93 


49.83 


Baltimore 


1 


,344.33 


46 


35 


1,297. 


98 


996. 


24 


8 


66 


5 


34 


149 


58 


65.87 


28. 13 


44. 16 


Calver t 


1 


,169. 


24 


124 


16 


1,045. 


08 


805. 


95 


13 


28 


4 


47 


105 


25 


35 


.30 


36 . 1 2 


44. 7 1 


Caroline 


1 


,049. 


65 


111 


61 


938. 


04 


734. 


48 


9 


54 


9 


36 


106 


51 


27 


.02 


23.02 


28. 1 1 


Carroll 


1 


,115.67 


86 


56 


1,029. 


11 


808. 


04 


21 


26 


1 


26 


94 


17 


25 


.95 


31.25 


47. 18 


Cecil 




997. 


52 


76. 


57 


920. 


95 


707. 


93 


6. 


97 


1. 


61 


108.04 


37 


. 18 


30. 10 


29. 12 


Charles 


1 


,184.91 


119 


76 


1,065. 


15 


806. 


88 


11 


65 





54 


127 


37 


43 


.00 


7 1 1 c 

51 . 10 


44. 55 


Dorchester 


1 


, 272. 


88 


104 


54 


1,168. 


34 


918. 


52 


7 


76 


3. 


39 


99.40 


51 


56 


40 . 29 


/. 7 A 7 

4 / . 4/ 


Frederick 


1 


,135. 


22 


72 


26 


1,062. 


96 


820. 




6 


91 


1 


08 


109 


29 


51 


.03 


30. 77 


A 7 7 7 

43. / / 


Garrett 


1 


,019. 


04 


137 


03 


882. 


01 


695. 


72 


3 


77 


2 


93 


72 


55 


35 


.77 


26. 19 


45.08 


Harford 


1 


,124. 


25 


68. 


18 


1,056. 


07 


844. 


89 


8 


79 


6 


01 


101 


10 


40 


68 


26.97 


27.63 


Howard 


1 


,294. 


05 


82 


27 


1,211. 


78 


928. 


89 


7 


89 


5. 


68 


157 


40 


43 


51 


29 . 06 


39 . 35 


Kent 


1 


,225. 


74 


120 


62 


1,105. 


12 


832. 


19 


12 


28 


2 


80 


117 


47 


68.54 


77 m 
I / . 5 


/. /. 7 1 




1 


,647. 


56 


55 


30 


1,592. 


26 


1,183. 


77 


22 


55 





17 


179 


41 


58 


08 


53. 96 


94. 32 


Prince George' s 


1 


,306. 


44 


63 


77 


1,242. 


67 


939. 


63 


7 


35 


5 


66 


143 


91 


54 


88 


34.86 


56.38 


Queen Anne' s 


1 


,111. 


74 


136 


44 


975. 


30 


764. 


03 


5 


26 


3 


36 


89 


12 


45.69 


22.04 


45.80 


St. Mary's 


1 


,113. 


54 


109 


33 


1,004. 


21 


761. 


45 


14 


70 


1 


13 


107 


44 


59 


10 


30.34 


30.05 


Somerset 


1 


,100. 


13 


110 


81 


989. 


32 


780. 


72 


8 


87 


3 


71 


93 


67 


30. 19 


34.94 


37.23 


Talbot 


1 


,256. 


12 


84 


50 


1,171. 


62 


917. 


94 


14 


28 


2 


79 


114 


75 


50 


58 


29. 13 


42. 15 


Washington 


1 


,087. 


80 


57 


68 


1,030. 12 


790.59 


5 


88 






120 


13 


39.68 


32.61 


41.23 


Wicomico 


1 


,073. 


10 


93.75 


979. 


35 


787. 


14 


5 


50 


8 


11 


89.66 


34.55 


20.31 


34.08 


Worcester 


1 


,212. 


88 


114 


73 


1,098. 


15 


881. 


51 


3 


72 


4. 


36 


111 


61 


45 


24 


21.54 


30. 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 

97 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 




$31 


71 


$28 


12 


$35 


93 


$35 


10 


$31 


17 


$39 


51 


$41 


51 


$36 


69 


$46 


71 


Allegany 


33 


33 


24 


65 


42 


21 


32 


98 


25 


40 


40 


59 


49 


34 


32 


26 


65 


58 


Anne Arundel 


34 


67 


32 


62 


37 


08 


45. 


29 


43 


88 


47. 


95 


44 


98 


42 


47 


47. 


71 


Baltimore City 


21 


42 


24 


16 


17 


79 


22. 


99 


26 


63 


18. 


49 


31. 


72 


34 


45 


28 


51 


Ba 1 timor e 


7 7 


J7 


7 1 


AA 




Q 1 

7 I 


J J 


U 1 


7 Q 

L 7 


7 A 
/ D 


7A 
JO « 


1 1 
1 1 


/■ 7 


/i 7 
HZ. 


JO 


Q 7 

7 1 


4J 


A ^ 
OJ 


\jdJ. V fc; L t- 


54 


63 


29 


09 


85 


01 


54 


26 


41 


36 


69 


79 


56 


17 


43 


43 


71 


68 


Caroline 


31 


50 


30 


76 


32 


32 


38 


81 


38 


42 


39 


22 


52 


17 


70 


56 


33 


26 


Carroll 


42 


11 


26 


07 


60 


54 


48 


34 


38 


88 


59 


01 


49 


33 


34 


74 


65 


45 


\jCtl J- 


26 


14 


23 


55 


28 


67 


34 


77 


26 


86 


44 


55 


37. 


08 


27. 


77 


47 


82 


Char le s 


c 1 

J i 


44 


50 


Q O 

09 


02 


20 


J I 


39 


49 


09 


e c 

JJ 


/ 3 


4y 


06 


/. i 

4 1 


1 Q 

Jo 


bU 


OJ 


Dor che s ter 


37 


74 


32 


44 


43 


40 


52 


19 


49 


37 


55 


18 


61 


59 


45 


54 


78 


23 


Frederick 


31 


31 


29 


79 


33 


06 


37 


11 


34 


25 


40 


30 


38 


01 


35 


05 


41 


19 


Garrett 


24 


01 


15 


80 


34 


85 


28 


11 


19 


95 


38 


16 


40 


99 


32 


81 


51 


23 


rtar r or u 


45 


33 


36 


21 


56 


79 


43 


26 


35 


29 


53 


01 


44 


17 


39 


46 


49 


69 


Howard 


72 


55 


66 


64 


79 


80 


57 


04 


47 


94 


68 


01 


70 


24 


58 


20 


84 


26 


Kent 


43 


23 


45 


31 


41 


09 


46 


43 


46 


57 


46 


46 


55 


73 


51 


07 


60 


13 


Montgomery 


39 


47 


31 


23 


48 


13 


39 


28 


31 


32 


47 


33 


44 


83 


34 


88 


54 


62 


Prince George' s 


27 


67 


24 


44 


31 


69 


32 


76 


26 


75 


39 


79 


37 


75 


31 


73 


44 


40 


Queen Anne 1 s 


29 


82 


17 


54 


43 


09 


32 


34 


22 


37 


43 


01 


40 


03 


31 


96 


48 


42 


St. Mary's 


32 


95 


24 


67 


44 


80 


40 


77 


36 


53 


46 


82 


48 


53 


37 


88 


62 


64 


Somerset 


28 


47 


23 


23 


34 


86 


39 


18 


31 


04 


48 


43 


55 


06 


32 


87 


78 


70 


Talbot 


52 


84 


34 


.25 


73 


89 


57 


15 


35 


58 


80 


18 


64 


89 


55 


07 


77 


27 


Washington 


26 


18 


20 


67 


32 


53 


23 


49 


12 


34 


35 


85 


29 


03 


24 


07 


34 


41 


Wicomico 


29 


89 


25 


98 


34 


66 


32 


76 


28 


64 


37 


69 


45 


26 


44. 


63 


45. 


99 


Worcester 


44 


.17 


42 


13 


47 


68 


52 


69 


48 


88 


56 


76 


57 


67 


45 


63 


70 


04 



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



TABLE 

98 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


To t- a 1 ^ ta 


$12 


26 


$10 


99 


$13. 


74 


$ 9 


81 


$ 9. 


49 


$10. 


17 


$ 9. 


43 


$ 8. 


68 


$10. 23 


Al 1 DO 

r\L 1 L a 1 1 


8 


38 


8. 


16 


8. 


60 


8 


92 


9 


03 


8. 


81 


9. 


35 


9. 


48 


9.22 


Anne Arundel 


23 


57 


22 


21 


25. 


18 


10 


90 


10 


09 


11. 


79 


10. 


15 


9. 


52 


10.83 


Baltimore City 


7 


09 


9 


45 


3. 


97 


11 


94 


15 


92 


7. 


02 


8. 


46 


10. 


09 


6. 54 


Dal L J-liltJ L t 


10 


28 


8 


39 


12. 


17 


10 


89 


8 


89 


12. 


79 


12. 


17 


9. 


32 


14.84 




8 


72 


5 


62 


12. 


41 


9 


47 


5 


93 


13. 


72 


9. 


78 


6. 


27 


14.06 


Caro 1 ine 


8 


23 


8 


12 


8. 


34 


6 


34 


5 


09 


7. 


69 


7. 


50 


6. 


34 


8.70 


Carroll 


6 


46 


4 


19 


9. 


07 


9 


25 


7 


44 


11. 


30 


8. 


91 


6. 


03 


12.09 


Cecil 


7 


89 


6 


95 


8. 


81 


9 


85 


8 


33 


11. 


74 


9. 


76 


7. 


27 


12.65 


*w lid L J. c ^ 


11 


85 


11 


83 


11. 


89 


11 


74 


11 


69 


11. 


81 


11. 


84 


11. 


84 


11.84 


Dorchester 


6 


93 


4 


56 


9. 


46 


7 


59 


5 


26 


10. 


07 


7. 


61 


5. 


00 


10.30 


Frederick 


7 


08 


6 


12 


8. 


19 


8 


57 


7 


42 


9. 


85 


7. 


99 


7. 


24 


8.80 


Garrett 


4 


03 


3 


70 


4. 


78 


4 


72 


4 


74 


4. 


70 


6. 


33 


5. 


94 


6.82 


Harford 


12 


45 


10. 


82 


14. 


50 


13 


66 


12 


03 


15. 


66 


14. 


12 


13. 


65 


14.67 


Howard 


12 


13 


11 


23 


13. 


22 


11 


73 


10 


29 


13. 


46 


12. 


91 


10. 


80 


15. 37 




10 


69 


12 


41 


8. 


92 


11 


75 


12 


36 


11. 


14 


12. 


27 


11. 


15 


13.33 


Montgomery 


26 


80 


19 


28 


34. 


70 


6 


66 


4 


85 


8. 


49 


6. 


84 


4. 


81 


8.85 


Prince George' s 


7 


77 


8 


06 


7. 


41 


7 


89 


7 


06 


8. 


86 


8. 


76 


8. 


63 


8.91 


Queen Anne' s 


6 


45 


4 


19 


8. 


88 


8 


74 


8 


08 


9. 


44 


8. 


74 


6. 


29 


11.29 


St. Mary's 


9 


79 


7 


98 


12. 


37 


8 


03 


6 


57 


10. 


12 


9. 


92 


6. 


82 


14.02 


Somerset 


6 


37 


5 


98 


6. 


85 


7 


81 


6 


31 


9. 


51 


8. 


63 


7. 


09 


10.26 


Talbot 


8 


88 


8 


02 


9. 


86 


9 


08 


8 


35 


9. 


86 


12. 


55 


11. 


62 


13.51 


Washington 


7 


19 


5 


24 


9. 


44 


11 


83 


5 


35 


19. 


oP 


8. 


21 


8. 


55 


7.84 


Wicomico 


7 


84 


6 


05 


10. 


03 


8 


04 


6 


30 


10. 


12 


8. 


53 


6. 


88 


10.47 


Worcester 


9 


36 


8 


82 


9. 


96 


9 


96 


8 


37 


11. 


65 


9. 


53 


8. 


51 


10. 59 



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



TABLE 

99 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1972-73 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Local ataie 


$ 5.10 


$ 4 

y H • 


57 


$ 5 


73 


$ 5 


38 


$ 4 

y H • 


99 


$ 5 


83 


$ 6 

y u • 


28 


S 5 
y J • 


95 


$ 6.65 


Allegany 


5. 13 


4, 


08 


6 . 


21 




41 


3 1 


00 


5 1 


83 


8. 


06 


6 . 


6 1 


9. 43 


Anne Arundel 


8.49 


7 m 


72 


9 < 


39 


9 _ 


68 


9 _ 


93 


9 1 


40 


1 1 . 


24 


10 . 


81 


11. 69 


Baltimore City 


1. 57 


I. 


75 


1. 


33 


0. 


53 


0. 


55 


0. 


51 


2. 


37 


3. 


66 


0. 85 


Bal timore 


2. 38 


1. 


92 


2. 


83 


3. 


40 


3. 


56 


3. 


25 


4. 


26 


4. 


33 


4. 20 


Laivert 


15.83 


8. 


44 


24. 


62 


11 . 


88 


7 , 


96 


16 . 


59 


12. 


21 


9. 


51 


15.50 


Caroline 


5.60 


t; 

j • 




j • 


77 


7 


ftQ 


D • 


i z. 

L J 


q 


7 L 


A 
o • 


ft."* 


A 


Q 7 


6 . 68 


Carroll 


4.43 


7 


ft 7 

oz 


A 


77 
z / 


A 

H • 


A A 
DD 


J . 




D • 


AQ 


J . 


ftft 


7 

Z • 


ftA 


5.03 


Cecil 


5.86 


6. 


15 


5. 


59 


7. 


55 


5. 


36 


10. 


26 


7. 


42 


4. 


69 


10. 57 


Charles 


13.77 


13. 


79 


13. 


75 


11. 


68 


11. 


63 


11. 


75 


10. 


61 


10. 


61 


10. 61 


Dorchester 


5.13 


Q 


oo 

n 


1 . 


7 /. 


i . 


oU 


D . 


UU 


1 

1 . 




Q 


-3-3 


i n 




5.83 


Frederick 


5.24 


c 

J . 


a ^ 

J 




7 Q 


/. 

4 . 


ft ^ 

J 


c 

D . 


A ^ 
OJ 


o 
J . 




A 

H • 


70. 
Z7 




OO 


3.67 


Garrett 


4.92 


4. 


53 


5. 


41 


4. 


41 


3. 


39 


5. 


66 


7. 


73 


7. 


33 


8. 23 


Harford 


5. 29 


3. 


72 


7. 


27 


5. 


96 


4. 


70 


7. 


49 


6. 


34 


4. 


19 


8.87 


Howard 


23. 47 


19. 


63 


28. 


17 


20. 


19 


14. 


46 


27. 


12 


17. 


44 


14. 


01 


21. 44 


Kent 


5.17 


4. 


71 


5. 


65 


7. 


05 


8. 


95 


5. 


15 


6. 


76 


4. 


33 


9.06 


Montgomery 


6.75 


5. 


88 


7. 


65 


7. 


41 


6. 


49 


8. 


33 


9. 


20 


7. 


34 


11.04 


Prince George' s 


5.01 


4. 


43 


5. 


73 


5. 


33 


5. 


30 


5. 


37 


5. 


38 


5. 


20 


5.58 


Queen Anne' s 


4.77 


4. 


59 


4. 


96 


5. 


26 


5. 


51 


4. 


99 


5. 


34 


4. 


80 


5.90 


St. Mary's 


4.23 


3. 


98 


5. 


07 


12. 


02 


15. 


27 


7. 


40 


9. 


12 


9. 


77 


4.55 


Somerset 


6.20 


5. 


47 


7. 


10 


10. 


05 


10. 


28 


9. 


78 


6. 


65 


2. 


49 


11.08 


Talbot 


6.94 


7. 


14 


6. 


70 


12. 


10 


6. 


48 


18. 


10 


8. 


99 


9. 


75 


8.19 


Washington 


2.72 


3. 


07 


2. 


32 


3. 


08 


1. 


48 


4. 


85 


3. 


48 


3. 


51 


3.45 


Wicomico 


6.42 


5. 


67 


7. 


34 


4. 


54 


3. 


81 


5. 


41 


6. 


54 


6. 


30 


6.83 


Worcester 


6. 13 


5. 


89 


6. 


39 


7. 


46 


7. 


22 


7. 


72 


4. 


61 


3. 


89 


5.35 



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



Basic State Aid for Current Expense: 1974-75 
(Total Program !? $624 per Pupil with 557. State Contribution) 



TABLE 

100 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pupils 

9/30/73 


Pup i 1 s 

x $624 


Wealth 
per Pupil 


Total 
Local 
Wealth 


Loca 1 
Contr ibu tion 


State 
Contribution 


Total State 


879,662. 1 


$548,909,150 


$35,027 


$30,810,435,947 


$247,099,696 


$301,809,454 


Allegany 


16,447.0 


10,262,928 


26,249 


431,710,825 


3,462,321 


6,800,607 


Anne Arundel 


75,606.8 


47, 178,643 


30,961 


2, 340,889,646 


18,773,935 


28,404,708 


Baltimore City 


176,135. 3 


109,908,427 


23,930 


4,214,973,405 


33,804,087 


76,104,340 


Bal timore 


124,900.0 


77,937,600 


41,951 


5,239,709,320 


42,022,469 


35,915,131 


Calvert 


6,323.0 


3,945,552 


28,344 


179,216,387 


1,437,315 


2,508,237 


Caroline 


5,132.0 


3,202,368 


20,308 


104,219,880 


835,843 


2,366,525 


Carroll 


17,802.0 


11, 108,448 


30,894 


549,979, 137 


4,410,833 


6,697,615 


Cecil 


13,056.5 


8,147,256 


24,252 


316,650,615 


2,539,538 


5,607,718 


Charles 


15,567.5 


9,714, 120 


25,028 


389,624,857 


3,124,791 


6,589,329 


Dorchester 


6,107.5 


3,811,080 


29,898 


182,599,184 


1,464,445 


2, 346,635 


Frederick 


21,237.0 


13,251,888 


33,606 


713,695, 392 


5,723,837 


7,528,051 


Garrett 


5,783.0 


3,608,592 


25,275 


146,164,347 


1,172,238 


2,436,354 


Harford 


32,027.5 


19,985,160 


26,865 


860,404,166 


6,900,441 


13,084,719 


Howard 


21,189.0 


13,221,936 


44,506 


943,038,955 


7,563, 172 


5,658,764 


Kent 


3,700.5 


2,309, 112 


34,097 


126, 174,989 


1,011,923 


i *i t\ *t ion 

1 , 297 , 189 


Mnn t" o om p t v 

L l\J 11 k-gUlllC JL y 


121, 192.0 


75,623,808 


55,522 


6,7 28,840,7 32 


53,965, 303 


21,658,505 


Prince George' s 


149,488.5 


93,280,824 


35,061 


5,241,1*9,235 


42,034,418 


51,246,406 


Queen Anne 1 s 


4,514.0 


2,816,736 


35,532 


160,389,402 


1,286,323 


1,530,413 


St. Mary's 


11,492.5 


7,171,320 


20,838 


239,475,918 


1,920,597 


5,250,723 


Somerset 


4,299.0 


2,682,576 


19,994 


85,953,881 


689,350 


1,993,226 


Talbot 


4,802.5 


2,996,760 


48,318 


232,049,511 


1,861,037 


1, 135,723 


Washington 


22,799.5 


14,226,888 


27,556 


628,272,756 


5,038,748 


9,188,140 


Wicomico 


13,655.0 


8,520,720 


28,270 


386,021,151 


3,095,890 


5,424,830 


Worcester 


6,404.5 


3,996,408 


57,644 


369,182,256 


2,960,842 


1,035,566 



NOTE: State Total Local Contribution - State Total Local Wealth = Local Contribution Rate (0.8027.). 



TABLE 

101 



Calculation of Basic State Aid for Current Expenses*: 1974-75 
(2nd year of the five year phase- in program) 



Local Unit 


State Support 
per Pupil 
1973-74 


State Support 
1973-74 
Bci sis 


Increased 
Total 

o Cd Lc riu^l dill 


20 Percent 
of Increase 

l-U Ut rdlu 


Total 
State Aid 


State Aid 

per Pupil 


uc 113 JL l—y 

Aid 


Tn l ti nn 

Bylaw 


Total 


Total State 


$220.02 


$191,657,514 


$110,151,940 


$44,060,774 


$235,718,288 


$267.96 


$12,441,188 


$782,387 


$248,941,863 


Allegany 


272.55 


4,482,630 


2,317,977 


927,191 


5,409,821 


328.92 


- 


123,848 


5,533,669 


Anne Arundel 


717 LI 


1 7 S 7 f> 11 7 


10 87°. 196 


U 111 1S8 


71 907 670 


289 . 76 






71 907 67(1 


Baltimore City 


269.91 


47,540,679 


28,563,661 


11,425,464 


58,966,143 


334.78 


12,441,188 


- 


71,407,331 


Baltimore 


167.61 


20,934,489 


14,980,642 


5,992,257 


26,926,746 


215.59 


- 


900 


26,927,646 


Calvert 


268.57 


1,698,168 


810,069 


324,028 


2,022,196 


319.81 


- 


- 


2,022,196 


Caroline 


313.37 


1,608,215 


758,310 


303,324 


1,911,539 


372.47 


- 


32,895 


1,944,434 


Carro 1 1 


246 . 37 


4 185 877 


7 311 718 


924, 694 


5 310 571 


298. 31 




36, 585 


5,347,156 


Cecil 


288.82 


3,770,978 


1,836,740 


734,696 


4,505,674 


345.09 


- 




4,505,674 


Charles 


226.65 


3,528,374 


3,060,955 


1,224,382 


4,752,756 


305.30 


- 


587 


4,753,343 


Dorchester 


244.95 


1,496,032 


850,603 


340,241 


1,836,273 


300.66 


- 


- 


1,836,273 


Frederick 


206.90 


4,393,936 


3,134,115 


1,253,646 


5,647,582 


265.93 


- 


1,159 


5,648,741 


Garrett 


339. 63 


1,964,081 


472, 273 


188,909 


2, 152,990 


372. 30 






2,152,990 


Harford 


264.66 


8,476,398 


4,608,321 


1,843,328 


10,319,726 


322.21 


- 




10,319,726 


Howard 


182.78 


3,872,925 


1,785,839 


714,335 


4,587,260 


216.49 


- 


- 


4,587,260 


Kent 


189. 17 


700,024 


597,165 


238,866 


938,890 


253.72 


- 


75,783 


1,014,673 


Montgomery 


1 /4. V J 


Zl,Uy 1,UH4 


JD/, HD 1 


A Q ft A 
Z ZD | V Oh 


oi ^ift n 9ft 


1 7S 90 




DO TQA 


71 40 7 477 


Prince George' s 


182.03 


27,211,392 


24,035,014 


9,614,006 


36,825,398 


246.34 




24,922 


36,850,320 


Queen Anne' s 


207.19 


935,256 


595,157 


238,063 


1,173,319 


259.93 




7,181 


1,180,500 


St. Mary's 


303.75 


3,490,847 


1,759,876 


703,950 


4,194,797 


365.00 




2,418 


4,197,215 


Somerset 


334.78 


1,439,219 


554,007 


221,603 


1,660,822 


386.33 






1,660,822 


Talbot 


157.53 


756,538 


379,185 


151,674 


908,212 


189. 11 






908,212 


Washington 


254.88 


5,811,136 


3,377,004 


1,350,802 


7,161,938 


314.13 




6,948 


7,168,886 


Wicomico 


254.76 


3,478,748 


1,946,082" 


778,433 


4,257,181 


311.77 




341,910 


4,599,091 


Worcester 


158.36 


1,014,216 


21,350 


8,540 


1,022,756 


159.69 




37,857 


1,060,613 



^Article 77, Section 128A, calls for the new formula to be phased in over 5 years with 407. additional funds to be added to the State support basis for 1973-74 
calculated in the prior formula. 



TABLE 

102 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1964-65 - 1974-75 



Local Unit 


1964-65 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


Total State 


$6, 764 


$7,073 


$7 , 564 


8, 253 


$8,945 


$ 


$10,432 


$10,881 


$11, 390 


$12,004 


$13, 102 














/$9,979 












Allegany 


6,629 


6 ,676 


6,927 


7,915 


8,799 


9, 123 


9,646 


10,064 


10, 299 


10,957 


11,794 


Anne Arundel 


5,877 


6,455 


7,000 


7,368 


8,100 


9,247 


10,283 


11,101 


11,477 


11,721 


13,063 


Baltimore City 


6,743 


6,917 


7,760 


8,297 


9,061 




9,982 


9,968 


10,091 


10,325 


11,469 


Baltimore 


6,788 


7 ,098 


7,664 


8,434 


8,984 


9,784 


10,677 


1 1 , 115 


11,984 


12,837 


14, 177 


Calvert 


6, 349 


6,451 


6,791 


6,886 


8, 248 


8,554 


9,934 


9,524 


10,514 


10, 586 


1 1 , 597 


Caroline 


6, 284 


6, 252 


6, 518 


7 , 155 


7,853 


7,596 


8, 240 


8,853 


9, 292 


9,255 


10, 500 


Carroll 


6,513 


6,488 


6,782 


7,597 


7,571 


8,304 


9,343 


9,908 


9,603 


10,673 


11,477 


Cecil 


6,714 


6,583 


7,419 


7,887 


8,069 


9,159 


9,543 


9,503 


10,288 


10,578 


11,509 


Charles 


6 , 640 


6,734 


6 , 702 


7 , 963 


8, 168 


8,641 


9,118 


9,816 


10, 5 1 1 


11,835 


1 1 , 667 


Dorchester 


6 , 405 


6 , 362 


6 , 584 


7,7 50 


8, 198 


8, 564 


8, 768 


9,724 


10, 230 


10, 567 


11,087 


Frederick 


7 , 141 


7,222 


7,421 


7 , 286 


7,826 


9 , J.U6 


9 , D42 


10,632 


11,171 


12,412 


12,733 


Garrett 


6,570 


6,490 


6,645 


6,938 


7,749 


8,120 


8,165 


8,693 


8,900 


9,481 


10,067 


Harford 


6,475 


6,616 


6,682 


7,627 


8,275 


8,633 


9,078 


10,084 


10,631 


11,745 


12,543 


Howard 


6,478 


6,915 


7 , 262 


7 , 939 


8 , 884 


9,278 


in k.i c 
lUj j/o 


10, 763 


10 , 898 


1 1 , 7 34 


13,082 


Kent 


, 4t> / 


D , i jy 


O , JO L 


O , DO J 




i 7 fin 


ft 1 Q 1 


ft /iQI 


Q QA 
7 , 70 J 


in id/. 


IU , 0/7 


Montgomery 


7,691 


8,315 


8,652 


9,484 


10,463 


11,564 


12,005 


12,991 


13,872 


14,543 


15,859 


Prince George' s 


6,640 


7,142 


7,555 


8,326 


8,925 


10,870 


10 ,.90 8 


11,537 


12,021 


12,627 


13,862 


Queen Anne 1 s 


6,486 


6,563 


6,742 


6,888 


7,106 


8,054 


8,493 


8,774 


9,463 


9,527 


11,040 


St. Mary's 


5,794 


5,634 


6,196 


6,739 


7,757 


7,924 


8,513 


9,105 


9,258 


10,104 


11,059 


Somerset 


6,343 


6,354 


6,602 


7,468 


7,984 


8,009 


7,808 


8,300 


8,329 


9,368 


9,783 


Talbot 


6,448 


6,270 


6,722 


7,733 


7,810 


8,663 


9,029 


9,514 


9,628 


10,413 


10,911 


Washington 


7,112 


7,207 


7,137 


8,457 


8,903 


9,489 


10,556 


10,296 


10,565 


11,390 


11,481 


Wicomico 


6,152 


6,432 


6,727 


7,535 


8,322 


8,441 


8,522 


• 9,422 


9,790 


10,334 


11,319 


Worcester 


6,233 


6,281 


6,910 


7,170 


7,315 


8,267 


8,940 


9,121 


9,547 


10,447 


11,464 



*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 

103 

Average Salary* per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



T nf a 1 Tin i t~ 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total State 


$13, 102 


$21,508 


$12,650 


$12,706 


$21,303 


$12, 167 


$13,490 


$21,782 


$13, 116 


Allegany 


11,794 


17,061 


11,479 


11,349 


16,660 


10,997 


12,193 


17,497 


11,906 


Anne Arundel 


13,063 


20,605 


12,747 


12,431 


20, 284 


12,005 


13,695 


21, 170 


13,471 


Baltimore City 


11,469 


19, 125 


11, 163 


11, 261 


19, 283 


10,855 


11,707 


18,809 


11,506 


Baltimore 


14, 177 


24,019 


13,624 


13,782 


23,839 


13,052 


14, 525 


24, 282 


14, 113 


Calvert 


11, 597 


18,972 


11,061 


11, 514 


18,597 


10,916 


11,676 


19,442 


11, 194 


Caroline 


10,500 


16,065 


10,211 


10,239 


16,604 


10,001 


10,753 


15,765 


10,419 


Carroll 


11,477 


18,800 


11,051 


10 , 924 


18,457 


10,472 


11,883 


19,065 


11,475 


Cecil 


11,509 


18,950 


11,080 


11,070 


18, 554 


in t/, c 
iU , D4D 


11 , 934 


19 , 324 


11,502 


Charles 


11,667 


23,925 


1 1 , 087 


1 1 , 314 


21,722 


10 , 830 


12,012 


26,017 


1 1 , 339 


Dorchester 


11 ,087 


16 , 296 


10 , 776 


1 1 ,084 


17 , 358 


10, 739 


11,091 


15,404 


10,812 


Frederick 


12,733 


19,496 


12,311 


12,735 


18,739 


12,236 


12,731 


21,179 


12,392 


Garrett 


10 , 067 


14,997 


9 , 764 


9,933 


14, 243 


9 , 591 


10, 243 


id , v t>u 


O QQ1 

V , VO-} 


Harford 


10 /. 1 
1Z , DHJ 


19 , 807 


12, 192 


12,497 


18,665 


12,131 


11 R fi 1 

1/ , ->y i 


21,722 


1Z, £3 J 


Howard 


13,082 


21, 219 


12,631 


12,851 


22,935 


12, 379 


13, 268 


20 , 168 


12,837 


Kent 


10,829 


16,884 


10,282 


10,415 


16,611 


9,803 


11,319 


17,273 


10,840 


Montgomery 


15,859 


26,349 


15,314 


15,268 


26,736 


14,575 


16,338 


25,937 


15,904 


Prince George's 


13,862 


22,392 


13,275 


13,760 


22,267 


13,130 


13,974 


22,552 


13,433 


Queen Anne' s^ 


11,040 


17,774 


10,674 


9,313 


17,916 


8,809 


12,780 


17,609 


12,538 


St. Mary's 


11,059 


17,367 


10,693 


10,638 


16,626 


10,273 


11,425 


18,067 


11,055 


Somerset 


9,783 


12,256 


9,517 


9,479 


12,799 


9,042 


10,036 


11,605 


9,898 


Talbot 


10,911 


16,978 


10,604 


10,555 


17,447 


10,273 


11,199 


16,707 


10,878 


Washington 


11,481 


18,133 


11,089 


10,595 


17,061 


10,166 


12,272 


19,335 


11,904 


Wicomico 


11,319 


16,646 


10,943 


11,080 


16,254 


10,627 


11,577 


17,328 


11,275 


Worcester 


11,464 


19,721 


11,083 


10,510 


19,878 


10,138 


12,443 


19,598 


12,065 



*Excludes aides. 

/Includes principals and vice principals according to time spent in teaching and administrative responsibilities. 
^Elementary and secondary averages are distorted due to prorating of salaries and positions in middle schools. 



Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: 
Number and Percent Transported: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



TABLE 

104 



Local Unit 


Amount 


Cost per 
Pupil 


Number 
Transported 


Percent 


Total State 


$52,558,005 


$ 99.01 


530,855 


59.4 


Total Counties 


46, 292,626 


99. 23 


466,496 


64. 7 


Al legany 


1,206,874 


106. 36 


11,347 


69. 1 


Anne Arundel 


4,441,528 


86. 14 


51,563 


66.2 


Baltimore City 


6,265,379 


97. 35 


64,359 


37.2 


Ba 1 timore 


5,630,529 


78.03 


72, 157 


57.2 


Calvert 


814,495 


120.47 


6, 761 


99.0 


Car o 1 ine 


560, 105 


118. 19 


4,7 39 


89.4 


Carroll 


1,563,689 


91.73 


17,046 


90.9 


Cecil 


980,949 


93.57 


10,484 


77.8 


Charles 


1,916,767 


122.01 


15,710 


93.4 


Dorches ter 


620,271 


132. 14 


4,694 


75.8 


Frederick 


1,529,474 


93. 21 


16,408 


74.3 


Garrett 


779,808 


141.47 


5,512 


96. 2 


Harford 


2,180,398 


85.01 


25,649 


76.9 


Howa r d 


1,829,554 


113.88 


16,065 


69.5 


Kent 


418,715 


L36.43 


3,069 


84. 1 


Montgomery 


6,612,048 


109.71 


60,266 


48.5 


Prince George' s 


9,228,128 


104.94 


87,935 


58.2 


Queen Anne' s 


612,525 


145.22 


4,218 


90.8 


St. Mary's 


1,254,770 


109.68 


11,440 


94.7 


Somerset 


463,700 


142.72 


3,249 


73.5 


Talbot 


389,096 


109.60 


3,550 


73.7 


Washington 


1,304,988 


70.98 


18,384 


78.3 


Wicomico 


1,242,141 


112.45 


11,046 


80. 1 


Worcester 


712,074 


136.83 


*5,204 


79. 7 



NOTE: Enrollment figures used are those as of September 30, 1974. 



TABLE 

105 



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

State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
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 


Combined 
Elementary 

and 
Secondary 


Local Unit 


Contrac tors 


Total State 


1 , 339 


1,305 


910 


231 


164 


2,315 


2,651 


190 


Allegany 


37 


37 


26 


8 


3 


26 


144 


14 


Anne Arundel 


101 


100 


78 


21 


1 


22 


396 


17 


Baltimore City 


205 


205 


148 


49 


8 


76 


25 


81 


Baltimore 


161 


152 


104 


44 


4 


576 


107 


15 


Calvert 


11 


10 


7 


1 


2 




80 




Caroline 


9 


9 


5 


4 


- 




73 




Carroll 


28 


27 


17 


4 


6 


6 


183 


1 


Cecil 


25 


24 


16 


5 


3 


5 


120 




Charles 


26 


26 


17 


4 


5 


4 


175 


12 


Dorchester 


19 


18 


13 


4 


1 


1 


67 


6 


Frederick 


34 


33 


23 


7 


3 


112 


79 


8 


Garrett 


17 


17 


11 


2 


4 


8 


86 


11 


Harford 


38 


38 


26 


5 


7 


44 


236 




Howard 


40 


39 






10 




221 




Kent 


8 


8 


5 


1 


2 


4 


48 


3 


Mrvrt !" o nmp rv 
i lull t-t^wiiic i> y 


202 


191 


135 


23 


33 


550 




6 


Prince George 1 s 


233 


229 


169 


20 


40 


775 


5 


4 


Queen Anne' s 


10 


10 


6 


1 


3 


11 


63 


3 


St. Mary's 


24 


23 


17 


2 


4 


6 


113 


4 


Somerset 


16 


15 


7 


2 


6 




56 


1 


Talbot 


13 


12 


7 


3 


2 




46 




Washington 


44 


44 


27 


7 


10 


89 


90 


4 


Wicomico 


24 


24 


16 


4 


4 




153 




Worcester 


14 


14 


7 


4 


3 




85 





TABLE 

106 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 


Expenditures for Capital Outlay 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Adminis tration 
Buildings 


Total State 


$238,496,535 


$96,937,966 


$138,921,306 


$2,637,263 


Al legany 


c 11/" n z i 

5, 136, 363 


4,000,328 


796,672 


339,363 


Anne Arundel 


47,712,030 


7,888, 131 


39,630, 141 


193, 758 


Baltimore City 


22,665,762 


18,436,982 


4, 174,491 


54,289 


Baltimore 


13,975,209 


3,831,248 


9,959,997 


183,964 


Calvert 


9 , 423,979 


5,334,426 


4,085,818 


3,735 


Caroline 


3,711,171 


1,835,127 


1,876,044 


- 


Carroll 


8,225,021 


5,579,656 


2, 563, 711 


81,654 


Cecil 


1,800,016 


1 , 501 , 683 


292 , 400 


5 ,933 


Charles 


7 IT) 1 1Q 
Z , Z / Z , 1 JO 


964, 717 


1, 190,819 


1 16 , 602 


Dorchester 


O , ODH t JOZ 


1 TOO /CO 

2 , 288 ,453 


6 , 364, 211 


l ni q 
1,910 


Frederick. 


5 , Z / 1 , IV i 


4,076,896 


1,175,961 


18,846 


Garrett 


3,028,950 


1, 593,851 


1,425,957 


9 , 142 


Harford 


17,596,083 


/ DTI ncn 

4, 8/1, 958 


17 77/. 1 7 Q 

12, / Z<*, LID 




Howard 


11,216,409 


5,980, 355 


5,231,845 


4, 210 


Kent 




? 764 6fll 


806 134 


(8 829) 


L 1U 11 L-gULUc: L y 


34 647.673 


14,967,830 


19,248,582 


431,261 


Prince George' s 


15,382,041 


5,633,560 


8,682,825 


1,065,656 


Queen Anne' s 


342,593 


318,508 


24,085 




St. Mary's 


3,821,609 


640,609 


3,181,000 




Somerset 


40,002 


8,880 


31,122 




Talbot 


402,941 


51,984 


349,746 


1,211 


Washington 


12,026,769 


250,929 


1,^664,057 


111,783 


Wicomico 


7,750,882 


4,412,088 


3,334,225 


4,569 


Worcester 


350,623 


225,086 


107,338 


18, 199 



TABLE 

107 

Value* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1974-75 





Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Local Unit 


Total 


Avf> T A O A 
a v ci age 


Total 


A.V6I" 6 


Total 


A v g r sl ^ 6 






npr Pi in i 1 




n o t Pi in i 1 

pel. L UU 1 J. 




rtpr pi mi 1 

pel tr U|J J. J. 


Total State 


$2,466,333,182 


$2,870 


$1,092,336,669 


$2,450 


$1,373,996,513 


$3,323 


Allegany 


72,369,500 


4,565 


21,471,600 


2,779 


50,897,900 


6,263 


Anne Arundel 


199,549,000 


2,667 


84,304,000 


2,168 


115,245,000 


3,206 


Baltimore City 


313,757,608 


1,878 


141,404,701 


1,566 


172,352,907 


2,245 


Baltimore 


390,968,476 


3,219 


175,918,768 


2,996 


215,049,708 


3,427 


Calvert 


23,921,771 


3,647 


9,746,957 


2,706 


14,174,814 


4,792 


Caroline 


23,719,540 


4,726 


10,029,024 


3,942 


13,690,516 


5,534 


Carroll 


51,384,844 


2,844 


25,021,565 


2,639 


26,363,279 


3,071 


Cecil 


49,517,193 


3,865 


17,093,727 


2,490 


32,423,466 


5,453 


Charles 


71,134,709 


4,445 


31,610,268 


3,527 


39,524,441 


5,612 


Dorchester 


15,118,400 


2,548 


5,687,400 


1,183 


9,431,000 


3,238 


Frederick 


60,946,113 


2,880 


30,433,489 


2,776 


30,512,624 


2,990 


Garrett 


13,592,686 


2,389 


6,257,361 


1,977 


7,335,325 


2,904 


Harford 


89,959,300 


2,813 


41,-116,710 


2,382 


48,842,590 


3,319 


Howard 


93,522,000 


4,206 


34,300,000 


2,867 


59,222,000 


5,765 


Kent 


17 ,469,015 


5,033 


10,603,208 


6, 289 


6,865,807 


3,846 


Montgomery 


260,082,808 


2,175 


110,994,059 


1,872 


149,088,749 


2,474 


Prince George' s 


504,000,000 


3,483 


253,000,000 


3,329 


251,000,000 


3,654 


Queen Anne' s 


18,096,900 


4,031 


7,071,400 


3,089 


11,025,500 


5,011 


St. Mary's 


38,071,000 


3,317 


16,811,000 


2,571 


21,260,000 


4,306 


Somerset 


7,439,413 


1,778 


3,789,438 


1,755 


3,649,975 


1,802 


Talbot 


23,156,200 


5,029 


7,536,000 


3,200 


15,620,200 


6,943 


Washington 


63,007,300 


2,785 


24,471,960 


2,078 


38,535,340 


3,552 


Wicomico 


42,769,720 


3,228 


18,815,309 


2,635 


23,954,411 


3,920 


Worcester 


22,779,686 


3,670 


4,848,725 


1,541 


17,930,961 


5,859 



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



TABLE 

108 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1975 



Local Unit 


School Bonded Indebtedness as of 


June 30, 


1975 


1974 Assessed 
Valuation 
Taxable at 
Full Rate for 
County 
Purposes 


Assessed 
Valuation 
per Dollar 
of School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 


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


Total 


County 
Bonds 


State 
Loan 


Total State 


$841, 


620, 


312 


$692 


904, 


158 


$148 


,716, 


154 


$22, 


930, 


164 


$27 


3. 


7 


Allegany 


i 
J 


Q 7 ^ 
O ID , 


1 J 


2 




UUU 


1 

L 


■171: 


\ ft ^ 




JO J t 


7 

/ JO 


94 


1 


i 
i 


Anne Arundel 


74 


256 


774 


54 


482, 


000 


19 


,774, 


Ilk 


I, 


744, 


005 


23 


4. 


1 


Baltimore City 


233 


167 


628 


191 


420, 


529 


41 


,747, 


099 


3, 


065, 


912 


13 


2. 


6 


Ba 1 timore 


123 


273 


770 


93 


845, 


000 


29 


,428, 


770 


3, 


752, 


081 


30 


3. 


3 


Calvert 


3 


723 


535 


3 


255, 


000 




468, 


535 




158, 


457 


43 


2. 


3 


Caroline 


t- 


Q o 7 


"X 1 7 


L 




uuu 




?Q 7 


~K 1 7 




7 1 


830 


24 


4. 




Carroll 


10 


748 


034 


i 


703, 


937 


3 


,044, 


097 




446, 


713 


42 


2. 


4 


Cecil 


6 


585 


125 


6 


,230, 


000 




355, 


125 




241, 


453 


37 


2. 


7 


Charles 


14 


098 


167 


11 


130, 


000 


2 


,968, 


167 




446, 


800 


32 


3. 


1 


Dorche s ter 


2 


420 


407 


2 


,350, 


000 




70, 


407 




142, 


133 


59 


1. 


7 


Frederick 


21 


581 


871 


18 


,465, 


000 


3 


,116, 


871 




585, 


217 


27 


3. 


7 


Garrett 




595 


228 




125, 


000 




470, 


228 




130, 


837 


219 


4. 


5 


Harford 


27 


084 


347 


23 


,160, 


000 


3 


,924, 


347 




697, 


766 


26 


3. 


9 


Howard 


20 


081 


071 


17 


,790, 


000 


2 


,291, 


071 




819, 


006 


41 


2. 


5 


Kent 


2 


958 


979 


2 


,265, 


000 




693, 


979 




92, 


342 


31 


3. 


2 


Montgomery 


97 


146 


321 


90 


,098, 


784 


• 7 


,047, 


537 


4 


665, 


026 


48 


2. 


1 


Prince George' s 


153 


503 


860 


126 


,325, 


000 


27 


,178, 


860 


3 


704, 


092 


24 


4. 


I 


Queen Anne ' s 


2 


607 


284 


2 


,270, 


000 




337, 


284 




122, 


250 


47 


2. 


1 


St. Mary' s 


2 


902 


302 




900 


000 


2 


,002, 


302 




206, 


272 


71 


1. 


4 


Somerset 


I 


408 


750 


1 


,325 


000 




83, 


750 




S* 


553 


52 


1. 


9 


Talbot 


3 


,997 


701 


3 


,485 


000 




512, 


701 




176, 


682 


44 


2. 


3 


Washington 


18 


,082 


,456 


17 


,528 


334 




554, 


122 




508, 


897 


28 


3. 


5 


Wicomico 


10 


,079 


,586 


10 


,035 


574 




44, 


012 




335, 


616 


33 


3. 





Worces ter 


4 


,504 


,614 


3 


,575 


000 




929, 


614 




379, 


488 


84 


1. 


2 



TABLE 

109 



Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments 
per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: June 30, 1975 



Local Unit 


School 
Bonded 
Indebtedness 


Interest 
Payments 


Total State 


$979.48 


$43. 26 


Allegany 


244.42 


8.98 


Anne Arundel 


992.41 


44.97 


Baltimore City 


1,395.57 


63.52 


Baltimore 


1,014.85 


49. 82 


Calvert 


567.62 


34. 19 


Caroline 


585.32 


27.26 


Carroll 


594.94 


31.72 


Cecil 


513. 99 


19. 85 


Charles 


880.85 


41.90 


Dorchester 


407.92 


13.96 


Freder ick 


1,019.68 


42. 29 


Garrett 


104.60 


4. 16 


Harford 


846.91 


37.07 


Howard 


903.03 


45. 35 


Kent 


852.44 


37. 24 


Montgomery 


812.57 


39.08 


Prince George' s 


1,060.85 


36.67 


Queen Anne' s 


580.78 


20.42 


St. Mary's 


252.88 


10.62 


Somerset 


336.64 


16. 18 


Talbot 


868.16 


37.20 


Washington 


799.27 


30.80 


Wicomico 


760.71 


34.36 


Worcester 


725.79 


37.51 



"'Includes general school construction loan. 



Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: 
State of Maryland: 1938-39 - 1974-75 



TABLE 

110 



Local Unit 


1938-39 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


tal State 


$2,256,619 


$14,037,875 


$14,966,569 


$15,894,206 


$17,135,058 


$19,904,730 


$19,810,228 


$21,865,878 


$22,930, 164 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


83,160 
55 750 
1,231,046 
199,908 
6,181 


261,552 
844, 717 
2,965,398 
2,452,434 
59,149 


276,803 
927 ,098 
3,017,434 
2,534,266 
66,138 


286,656 
1 015 679 
3,017,790 
2,618,398 
76,120 


302,826 
1 084 423 
3,054,249 
2,778,965 
86,721 


330,150 
1 316 798 
3,073,132 
3,195,554 

111,545 


331,185 
1 303 002 
3,053,592 
3,190,385 

110,632 


348,617 
1,594,788 
3,038,555 
3,648,984 

137,371 


363,736 
1,744,005 
3,065,912 
3,752,081 

158,457 


Caroline 

Larroii 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


14,813 

^ft A 11 

40,402 
10,145 
26,403 


49,217 

L J 1 y Z 

147,326 
142,337 
89,370 


53,330 

iJ4 , O JZ 

158,242 
163,743 
96,007 


54,775 

775 57Q 

166,685 
178,975 
99,666 


57,533 

7Q1 1 7Q 

176,283 
204,381 
103,557 


62,882 

JV i. , 7 JU 

207,604 
376,822 
124,373 


63,241 

361 160 

JU 1 j L \J\J 

207,804 
375,689 
127,057 


69,695 
406 679 
228,222 
406,175 
141,629 


71,830 
446,713 
241,453 
446,800 
142,133 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


66,548 

1 Q AA1 
1 7 j DO 1 

53,192 
18,386 
17,062 


340,955 

356,604 
249,317 
67,668 


358,183 

R1 14^ 

393,215 
285,885 
73,105 


381,960 
81 , 460 
428,869 
334,009 
74,904 


417,455 
87 068 
459,937 
397,324 
77,240 


488,954 
108 796 
551,256 
600,805 
83,374 


484,548 
113,941 
546,202 
6U0, 169 
83,260 


541,632 
126, 340 
641,945 
710,961 
89,773 


585,217 
130,837 
697,766 
819,006 
92,342 


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


iuy , t> 5 j 
77,260 
16,778 
9,084 
11,920 


Zj J /o j DO J 

2,116,012 
71,079 
87,116 
48,090 


o ft i o nft r 
2,312,562 
80,453 
96,437 
50,358 


T 1 1 R CTQ 
J, 113,3/7 

2,514,033 
84,050 
110,211 
52,135 


1 459 S50 

2,826,381 
88,449 
123,804 
55,543 


4 114 671 
3,293,472 

99,402. 
161,346 

63,080 


4 099 344 
3,260,758 

99,449 
157,211 

61,621 


4, 506, 391 
3,565,386 
114,923 
180,558 
67,025 


4,665,026 
3,704,092 
122,250 
206,272 
73,553 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


21,682 
76,348 
31,538 
21,084 


100,494 
350,883 
213,169 
138,849 


115,173 
376,147 
225,603 
148,327 


124,854 
394,523 
239,366 
167,980 


136,392 
420,878 
254,163 
190,757 


156,318 
463,047 
288,864 
269,584 


155,279 
469,076 
$ 288,654 
266,969 


162,613 
497,162 
310,500 
330,004 


176,682 
508,897 
335,616 
379,488 



TABLE 

111 



1974-75 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at 
Full Rate 


County Commissioners 


State 
Tax 
Commission 


Total 


Real Estate 
6/30/75 


Persona 1 
Proper ty 


Total State 


$22,930, 


164 


$18,521,437 


$18, 370, 248 


<i1 ^1 1 89 


$4,408,727 


Al legany 


363, 


736 




L JO , I/O 


231,710 


6,468 


TOR ^ ^ft 


Anne Arundel 


1,744, 


005 


1 


,430,713 


1,421,376 


9,337 


313,292 


Baltimore City 


3,065 , 


912 


2 


,129,629 


2,098,769 


30,860 


936,283 


Baltimore 


3,752, 


081 


3 


,068,881 


3,045,393 


23,488 


683,200 


Calvert 


158, 


457 




128,244 


127 , 339 


905 


30,213 


Ca ro 1 lne 


71, 


830 




■5 7 "5? 1 

■J l , J L L 


57,001 


520 


1 L "*I"IQ 
in , jyjy 


Carroll 


446, 


713 




356,782 


355,081 


1,701 


89,931 


Cecil 


241, 


453 




197,018 


195,096 


1,922 


44,435 


Charles 


446, 


800 




241,424 


239,332 


2,092 


205,376 


Dorchester 


142, 


133 




92,548 


90,884 


1,664 


49,585 


IT /i> y *T r*\r 


585, 


217 




482,353 


475,371 


6,982 


in? ftfui 


Garrett 


130, 


837 




77,375 


75,478 


1,897 


53,462 


Harford 


697, 


766 




541,610 


538,288 


3,322 


156,156 


Howard 


819, 


006 




699,204 


697 ,554 


1 , 650 


119,802 


Kent 


92, 


342 




74,914 


74,914 




17,428 


Montgomery 


4,665, 


026 


4 


,083,770 


4,066,921 


16,849 


581,256 


Prince George 1 s 


3,704, 


092 


3 


,192,359 


3,181,134 


11,225 


511,733 


Queen Anne' s 


122, 


250 




103,872 


103,378 


494 


18,378 


St. Mary's 


206, 


272 




165,565 


163,052 


2,513 


40,707 


Somerset 


73, 


553 




56,506 


55,318 


1,188 


17,047 


Talbot 


176, 


682 




162,584 


162,584 




14,098 


Washing ton 


508, 


897 




368,909 


361,877 


7,032 


139,988 


Wicomico 


335, 


616 




247,360 


243,833 


3,527 


88,256 


Worcester 


379, 


488 




324,118 


308,565 


15,553 


55,370 



TABLE 

112 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at Full 
Rate 
(Thousands) 


Number 

of 
Pupils 
Belonging* 


Wealth 

per 
Pupil 


Popu la tion 

1974/ 


Weal th 

per 
Capi ta 


Total State 


$22,930,164 


859,255. 


3 


$26,686 




4,109,400 


$5,580 


Al legany 


363,736 


15,854.3 


22,942 




82,800 


4,393 


Anne Arundel 


1 , 744 ,005 


74,824. 


4 


23, 308 




330,500 


5,27/ 


Baltimore City 


3,065,912 


167,077. 


5 


18,350 






3,619 


Bal timore 


3,752,081 


121,469. 


8 


30,889 




648, 100 


5,789 


Calvert 


158,457 


6,559. 


9 


24,155 




24,800 


6,389 


Caroline 


71,830 


5,018. 


3 


14,314 




20,400 


3,521 


Carroll 


446, 713 


18,065. 


7 


24,727 




78,300 


3, /Uj 


Cecil 


241,453 


12,811. 


7 


18,846 






4,430 


Charles 


446,800 


16,005. 


1 


27,916 




58,000 


7,703 


Dorchester 


142,133 


5,933. 


5 


23,954 




29,000 


4,901 


Frederick 


585,217 


21,165. 


4 


27,650 




92,900 


6,299 


Garrett 


130,837 


5,690. 




22,991 




22, 300 


Q din 


Harford 


697,766 


31,980. 


3 


21,819 




128,600 


5,426 


Howard 


819,006 


22,237. 


5 


36,830 




90,000 


9,100 


Kent 


92,342 


3,471. 


2 


26,602 




16,700 


5,529 


Montgomery 


4,665,026 


119,555. 





39,020 




577,900 


8,072 


Prince George's 


3,704,092 


144,699. 





25,599 




702,500 


5,273 


Queen Anne' s 


122,250 


4,489. 


3 


27,231 




19,400 


6,302 


St. Mary's 


206,272 


11,476. 


9 


17,973 




51,400 


4,013 


Somerset 


73,553 


4,184. 


7 


17,577 




18,800 


3,912 


Talbot 


176,682 


4,604. 


8 


38,369 




25, 100 


7,039 


Washington 


508,897 


22,623. 


6 


22,494 




106,200 


4,792 


Wicomico 


335,616 


13,250. 


2 


25,329 




57,300 


5,857 


Worcester 


379,488 


6,206. 


5 


61, 144 




26,700 


14,213 



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

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



TABLE 

113 



Summary of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 





Cash Income 


Other Revenue 


Local Unit 


Total 
Cash 
Income 


Federal Reimbursement 


S ta te 
Reim- 
burse- 
ment 


Children' s 
Payments 


All 
Other 
Income* 


Nonfood 
Assistance 


Value of 
U.S.D.A. 

Commodi- 
ties/ 


Total 
Federal 
Reim- 
burse- 
ment 


School Lunch Program 


Special 
Milk 


School 
Break- 
fast 


Total 

School 

Lunch 


All 
Lunches 


Free and 
Reduced 

Price 
Lunches 

Only 


Total State 


$64,191,206 


$23,144,840 


$19,790,719 


$6,953,943 


$12,836,776 


$2,670,489 


$683,632 


$4,053,846 


$20,160,724 


$16,831,796 


$147,211 


$5,516,12 


Allegany 


1,642,312 


JO , DO J 


502,154 


203,340 


298,814 


c. c. 1 -)C 


q l on c. 
oi , jUD 


125,543 


684,437 


193,747 


2,910 


210,24 


Anne Arundel 


4,046,674 


1 1 Q 7 O 7 
1 , 10 / , £ J / 


928,337 


467,214 


461,123 


OA Q n Q c 
IHO , iOJ 


in c. o c 
1U , J J 


140,609 


1,580,338 


1,138,470 


23,613 


338,97 


Baltimore City 


14,094,270 


Q QRn ACQ 

o , y DU , 4 jy 


8,417, 126 


1,726, 171 


6,690,955 




117 Q R 


2,045,612 


1,103,081 


1,995,118 


60,367 


1,311,68 


Bal timore 


7,861,029 


1,287,572 


863,420 


477,466 


385,954 


424,152 




116,351 


2,225,240 


4,231,866 


_ 


364,72 


Calvert 


576,575 


280,568 


272,036 


84,803 


187,233 


8,532 


J ti 


55,792 


169,216 


70,999 


- 


69,44 


Caroline 


458,210 


164, 837 


153,196 


57,979 


95,217 


c. i r\Q 
J , /Uo 


5,933 


30,895 


141,854 


120,624 


6,179 


49,15 : 


Carroll 


1,395,766 


282 , 141 


239,680 


152,714 


86,966 


a n q a 7 
4U , OH / 


1 , lH 


22,037 


602,876 


488,712 


1,141 


122,15 


Cecil 


902,207 


Tin Tin 
iiy , Z1U 


286,023 


119,807 


166, 216 


a i mo 
Hi , U /O 


i i nn 

l , iuy 


50,761 


375,585 


146,651 


_ 


97,89 


Charles 


1,508,906 


562,673 


468,451 


159,672 


308,779 


49,135 


45,087 


111,455 


461,217 


373,561 


ll,i62 


126,7/ 


Dorchester 


490,457 


227,310 


204,515 


62,029 


142,486 


22,795 


- 


41,791 


118,200 


103,156 


3,226 


54,71 


Frederick 


1,639,587 


/.TO 
JJJ, 4t J 


467,545 


225,586 


241,959 


OZ , V Z / 


/i Q Q 1 


73,148 


757,403 


273,613 


1,480 


190,3' 


Garrett 


577,639 


ZV Z , 141 


247 , 187 


88, 304 


158 883 




ZD 9 O 1 J 


34,576 


187,231 


63,691 


12,396 


79,1' 


Harford 


2,581,647 


805,414 


576,265 


293,231 


283,034 


130,263 


98,886 


126,126 


1,044,831 


605,276 


- 


241,0! 


Howard 


1,362,344 


332,927 


247,156 


137,254 


109,902 


75,812 


9,959 


37,222 


601,469 


390,726 


4,527 


108,6' 


Kent 


292,364 


95,532 


88,687 


36,281 


52,406 


6,845 




15,728 


92,922 


88, 182 




31,8 


Montgomery 


8,079,507 


1,702,852 


1,278,689 


732,093 


546,596 


336,697 


87,466 


202,725 


3,476,848 


2,697,082 


5,418 


553,1 


Prince George's 


11,343,353 


3,403,172 


2,695,005 


1,226,919 


1,468,086 


541,243 


166,924 


515,290 


4,543,901 


2,880,990 


4,792 


949,6 


Queen Anne 1 s 


340,190 


136,922 


122,494 


50,284 


.72,210 


14,428 




21,397 


144,046 


37,825 


6,028 


43,2 


St. Mary's 


898,086 


447,078 


409,532 


124,341 


285,191 


33,584 


3,962 


88,021 


254,329 


108,658 




107,4 


Somerset 


346,971 


200,210 


190,305 


49,957 


140,348 


9,905 




41,142 


66,383 


39,236 




40,9 


Talbot 


344,593 


117,164 


109,862 


48,765 


61,097 


7,302 




7,455 


138,043 


81,931 




47,0 


Washington 


1,881,503 


607,893 


528,223 


234,056 


294,167 


79,670 




89,877 


886,661 


297,072 


1,107 


216,9 I 


Wicomico 


975,572 


306,418 


260,187 


122,683 


137,504 


46,231 




29,708 


375,049 


264,397 


2,865 


103, C 


Worcester 


551,444 


251,082 


234,644 


72,994 


161,650 


16,438 




30,585 


129,564 


140,213 




57,e 



*Includes income froma la carte and adult sales, and income from senior citizens, and other programs. 

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



TABLE 

114 

Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Total 


Food 


Labor 


All Other 




Expendi tures 






Expendi tures 




S6? 471 976 


SI? ?89 597 


S? 1 71? 864 


S6 471 515 


Allegany 


1,608,826 


916,541 


621,486 


70,799 


Anne Arundel 


3,687,499 


2,295,266 


957,699 


434,534 


Baltimore City 


14,625,020 


6, 259,848 


5,694, 149 


2,671,023 


Ba 1 1 imor e 


7,800,897 


4,032, 109 


3, 230,651 


538, 137 


Calvert 


525, 202 


308, 751 


159, 739 


56,712 


Caroline 


444,599 


253,629 


173,379 


17,591 


Carroll 


1,259,925 


647,373 


539,887 


72,665 


Cec i 1 


833, 151 


472,542 


318,655 


41,954 


Charles 


1,421, 222 


716, 716 


626,048 


78,458 


Do re he s ter 


485, 112 


277,778 


186, 283 


21,051 


Frederick 


1,583,132 


913,278 


611,532 


58,322 


Garrett 


535,451 


315,425 


195,794 


24,232 


net l iui u 


2,454, 271 


1 408 4?7 


883 624 


162, 220 


11U W d L \d 


1, 272,061 


802, 731 


433,881 


35,449 


Kent 


29 1 , 331 


170 690 


93, 239 


27,402 


Montgomery 


7,875,388 


3,925,307 


3,241,069 


709,012 


Prince George' s 


10,809,806 


5,751,417 


3,876,677 


1,181,712 


Queen Anne ' s 


327,484 


204,743 


89,117 


33,624 


St. Mary's 


903,568 


490,756 


342,245 


70,567 


Somerset 


321,814 


205,454 


86,964 


29,396 


Talbot 


316,161 


193,565 


105,149 


17,447 


Washington 


1,705,498 


891,661 


778,184 


35,653 


Wicomico 


886,787 


533,190 


*313,071 


40,526 


Worcester 


499,771 


302,400 


154,342 


43,029 



TABLE 

115 

Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 





National School Lunch Program 


School Breakfast 


Program 


Special Milk Program 


Local Unit 


Total Paid, Free, 
and Reduced Lunches 


Free and Reduced 


Total Paid, Free, 
Reduced Br Gflk.f 3 s t s 


Free and Reduced 


Number of h Pints 




Served 


Lunches Served* 


Served 


Breakfasts Served* 


of Milk Served 


Total State 


60,688,842 


25,506,891 


2,374,620 


2,111,439 


50,371,660 


Al legany 


1 , 774,769 


606 , 906 


297,657 


250,692 


855, 292 


Anne Arundel 


4,071,941 


905,860 


35,335 


33,226 


4,724,402 


Baltimore City 


15,071, 290 


13, 224,825 


435,654 


435,029 


6,710,076 


Baltimore 


4, 168 , 302 


775,676 


- 


- 


8,398,740 


Calvert 


740,349 


371,950 


- 


- 


148,517 


Caro 1 ine 


506 ,625 


189 , 642 


19,412 


18, 882 


110, 396 


Carroll 


1,333,872 


169, 729 


6,294 


4,556 


802,960 


Cecil 


1,046,560 


.332,822 


7,175 


6,376 


741,648 


Charles 


1,395,058 


615, 319 


154,119 


141,479 


925,966 


Dorchester 


542,304 


278,609 


- 


- 


369,539 


Frederick 


1,969,667 


472,706 


15, 779 


15,638 


1 , 176,907 


Garrett 


770,449 


320,487 


98,294 


81,625 


303,991 


Harford 


2,555,955 


564,438 


374,450 


291,864 


2,425,752 


Howard 


1 1 QR QAf) 


o on 117 

L L\J , 11/ 


37,538 


29,396 


1,471,664 


Kent 


317,061 


104,855 


- 


- 


136,815 


Mon tgomery 


6,384,571 


1,099,745 


310,281 


269,212 


6,710,088 


Prince George' s 


10,700,225 


2,945,040 


568,824 


521,244 


10,516,817 


Queen Anne' s 


438,796 


142,644 






268,283 


St. Mary's 


1,085,019 


575,575 


13,808 


12,220 


565,557 


Somerset 


436,260 


274,279 






187,400 


Talbot 


426,374 


124,243 






145,925 


Washington 


2,045,302 


599,182 






1,422,552 


Wicomico 


1,071,390 


273,260 






923,259 


Worcester 


637,743 


318,982 






329,114 



*Included in "Total Paid, Free, and Reduced" columns. 



Number of Schools Approved for Participation in National School Lunch, Special Milk, 
and School Breakfast* Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1974-75 



TABLE 

116 



Local Unit 


Total Schools 
Approved for 
Participation* 


School Lunch and 
Special Milk 
Programs 


Special Milk 
Program Only 


School Breakfast 
Program/ 


Total State 


1,347 


1,343 


4 


256 


Allegany 


37 


36 


1 


22 


Anne Arundel 




QQ 




C 
J 


Baltimore City 


211 


211 


_ 


47 


Baltimore 


159 


159 


- 


- 


Calvert 


14 


14 


- 


- 


Caroline 


10 


10 


- 


3 


Carroll 


28 


28 




i 


Cecil 


26 


26 


_ 


1 


Charles 


25 


25 


- 


6 


Dorchester 


18 


18 


- 


- 


Frederick 


36 


36 


- 


3 


Garrett 


10 


10 




i j 


Harford 


41 


41 


- 


40 


Howard 


40 


40 


- 


5 


Kent 


9 


9 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


202 


202 




49 


Prince George' s 


233 


233 




59 


Queen Anne ' s 


11 


11 






St. Mary's 


24 


24 




1 


Somerset 


12 


12 






Talbot 


12 


12 






Washing ton 


48 


47 


1 




Wicomico 


23 


21 


ft 2 




Worcester 


14 


14 







*Includes outdoor schools; schools with more than one campus are counted as one school at each campus. 

/School participating in School Breakfast Program also participate in School Lunch and/or Special Milk Programs. 



TABLE 

117 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 



Total Expenditures 







Instruction 


Nonins true t ion 


Local Unit 


Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 

Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$66,819,498 


$38,411,288 


$8,334,910 


$3,387,224 


$24,547 


$2,634,113 


$3,702,456 


$8,157,342 


$147, 784 


$132,077 


$205,402 


$1,667,879 




Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


1,195,240 
6,324,978 
25,063,212 
8,102,777 


1,004,528 
5,183,152 
10,408,576 
4,942,289 


67,577 
14,391 
5,923,360 
35,622 


22,753 
2,857,887 


1,000 


103,276 
1,503,021 
607,426 


35,945 
174,044 
1,144,659 
66,859 


66,000 
396,331 
2,968,443 
1,999,970 


80,076 
43 

19,103 


12,435 
19,103 


880 
3,959 
85,963 


21,190 
350,075 
239,829 
326,442 


• 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


396,897 
1,062,021 
952,063 
928,021 


293,933 
705,365 
640,622 
705,178 


112,493 


20,183 
40,370 

23,563 


2,000 


700 
52,016 
24,783 

482 


42,804 
28,709 
29,069 


36,107 
103,309 
222,315 
156,856 


981 


- 


- 


45,974 
3,664 
35,634 
11,892 




Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


1,560,255 
254,758 
1,352,289 
24,435 


1,351,067 
150,051 
1,182,929 
20,080 


22,097 
15,230 


11,167 


3,497 


21,914 
50,815 
18,015 


19,443 
13,845 
396 


65,178 

26,063 
462 


: 


186 
29,684 
3,002 


3,002 


88,646 
4,765 
90,203 




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

Somerset 


8,981,134 
5,133,040 
16,867 
989,480 
258,366 


3,852,935 
4,663,730 
16,812 
516,701 
184,160 


1,475,925 
215,702 

58,355 


1,213 
3,457 

46,163 
1,998 


18,050 


149,679 

35,301 
10,639 


1,774,056 
124,488 

48,233 
26,039 


1,482,063 
55 

225,758 


42,961 

3,402 
18 


43,512 
17,636 


78,616 

1,784 
5,161 


80,174 
125,663 

36,147 
12,301 




Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

Other/ 


2,459,081 
*1, 105,804 
523,365 
135,415 


1,529,799 
689,294 
370,087 


223,384 
81,523 
86,915 
2,336 


164,109 
138,430 

55,931 




22,652 
33,394 


102,079 
69,288 

2,500 


343,936 
1,672 
23,589 
39,235 


1,200 


3,430 
2,780 

309 


26,037 


43,655 
74,947 
42,77', 
33,90' 





^Includes $14,476 not distributed by expenditure classification. 

/Includes $2,336 for Department of Juvenile Services, $60,751 for Maryland School for the Blind, and $72,328 for Maryland School for the Deaf. 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 



TABLE 

118 

i 



5 tate Expend i tures 









Instruction 


Noninstruction 


Local Unit 
















Contract- 


Guidance 


Adminis- 


Adminis- 


Eval- 


Profes- 


Curric- 
















Disad- 


Handi- 


ed 




tration 


tra tion 


uation 


sional 


ulum 


Equipment 




Total 


Regular 


vantaged 


capped 


Instruc- 


and 


System- 


School 


and 


Deve lop- 


Develop- 
















tion 


Counseling 


wide 


Based 


Planning 


men t 


ment 




Toil State 


$11,310,755 


$8,326 


,947 


$455,959 


$189, 358 


$6,628 


$300,384 


$506,395' 


$1,310, 


798 


$21,679 


$15,826 


$43,731 


$133,050 


Allegany 




658,380 




573 


,914 


23,100 


- 


- 




- 


21, 


766 


39, 


600 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1 


,297,418 


1 


259 


,314 


- 


- 




20, 


784 


3, 


464 


6, 


928 


6 


928 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 




15,000 




14 


,868 


- 


- 






- 




132 








- 


- 


- 


- 


Ba 1 timore 


2 


,312,571 


1 


399 


,797 


- 


- 


- 


189, 


987 


20, 


689 


616, 


069 


5 


911 


5,911 


26,601 


47,606 


L*a i ver c 








































Caroline 




165,646 




146 


,472 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


19, 


174 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Carrol 1 




343,402 




323 


,144 


12,835 


- 


- 


3, 


811 


2, 


023 


1 


589 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Cec i 1 




391,444 




295 


,032 


- 


- 


- 


6, 


586 


13, 


972 


75, 


854 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Char 1 e s 




360,360 




274 


,339 


- 


9,189 


- 




188 


11, 


338 


61, 


173 




382 


- 


- 


3,751 


Dorche s ter 








































Frederick 




458,999 




458 


,999 


- 


- 


- 


















- 


- 


- 


P o •*- -r a t- t- 




62,737 




31 


,620 


- 


- 


- 


19, 


868 


11, 


249 










- 


- 


- 


rid uuiu 




496,521 




448 


,277 


4,614 


- 


- 


7, 


386 


5, 


376 


10, 


686 






1,231 


1,231 


17,720 


Howard 




13,792 




10 


,080 


- 


- 


3,497 








99 




116 






- 


- 


- 


Von f 








































Montgomery 


1 


,501,720 




649 


,644 


249,011 






25, 


282 


297, 


730 


248, 


697 


7 


258 


7,350 


13,278 


3,470 


Prince George' s 


1 


,304,141 


1 


209 


,437 


50,732 


384 








32, 


989 














10,599 


Queen Anne' s 




15,000 




14 


,945 


















55 












St. Mary's 




361,075 




210 


,281 


16,481 


12,961 




17, 


333 


25, 


149 


78, 


870 












Somerset 




123,261 




99 


,999 






3,131 


1, 


312 


11, 


195 












2,621 


5,003 


Talbot 








































Washington 




764,654 




522 


,033 


45,129 


51,721 




6, 


525 


14, 


616 


124, 


630 












Wicomico 




452,879 




304 


,839 


35,580 


60,019 




1, 


322 


32, 


108 




98 






1,334 




17,579 


Worces ter 




104,716 




79 


,913 


18,477 














6, 


326 












Other* 




107,039 










55,084 








<x 
<■ , 


500 


20, 


933 


1 


200 






27,322 



*I ludes $41,293 for Maryland School for the Blind and $65,746 for Maryland School for the Deaf. 



TABLE 

119 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 



Federal Expenditures 







Instruction 


Nonins true t ion 


Local Unit 


To tal 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


Total State 


$3,646,401 


$1,425,880 


$461,302 


$175,589 


$15,000 


$108,328 


$244,459 


$344,731 


$44,736 


$61,854 


$32,178 


$717,866 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


40,331 
495,436 
664,798 
262,774 


10,595 
152,480 
183,197 
127,974 


27,277 
14,391 
118,762 
35,622 


22,753 
47,258 


- 


- 


2,459 
38,560 
112,699 


176,448 
25,509 
10,764 


41,316 


12,435 


440 
3,894 


49,04f 
161,04' 
88,41' 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


114,597 
315,120 
83,002 
4,022 


65,604 
75,866 
41,200 
1,748 


99,658 


13,600 
40,370 


2,000 


550 
29,587 
5,259 


4,282 


12,386 
60,740 
3,188 


- 


- 


- 


22,45 
2,61 

33,35: 
2,27 

1 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


135,071 
66,035 

141,261 
10,000 


69,038 
18,650 
89,571 
10,000 


11,048 
3,976 


7,078 


- 


10,957 
17,701 


732 


17,555 


- 


76 

29,684 


<£ _ 


19,31 
46,98 


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


168,324 
278,395 
1,867 
114,856 
59,557 


84,972 
166,461 
1,867 
68,263 
22,871 


1,612 
24,261 

622 


1,213 
2,006 

1,998 


13,000 


8,523 


11,290 

1,797 
7,982 


9,608 
3,729 


3,402 
18 


17,636 


874 
933 


59,6;' 
85,66 

18,5:; 

"1 


Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 

Other/ 


419,941 
*162,303 
80,335 
28,376 


148,982 
54,213 
32,328 


102,070 
7,397 
12,270 
2,336 


25,074 
13,391 

848 




5,112 
30,639 


62,261 
2,397 


5,035 
1,467 

18,302 




1,715 

308 


26,037 


43,6:1 

38,3 ■ 
35,7 ■ 
6,5 



*Includes $14,476 not distributed by expenditure classification. 

/Includes $2,336 for Department of Juvenile Services, $19,458 for Maryland School for the Blind, and $6,582 for Maryland School for the Deaf. 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1974-75 



TABLE 

120 



:al Unit 



Local Expenditures 



Total 



Instruction 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Noninstruction 



Adminis- 
tration 
Svstem- 
wide 



Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 



Prof es- 
siona 1 
Develop- 
ment 



Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 



Equipment 



;al 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 

Other 



$51,862,342 



496, 
4,532, 
24,383, 



529 
124 
414 



5,527,432 



116,654 
403,499 
477,617 
563.639 



966,185 
125,986 
714,507 
643 



7,311,090 
3,550,504 

513,549 
75,548 



1,274,486 
490,622 
338,314 



$28,658,461 

420,019 
3,771,358 
10,210,511 
3,414,518 



81,857 
306,355 
304,390 
429,091 



823,030 
99,781 
645,081 



3,118,319 
3,287,832 

238,157 
61,290 



858,784 
330,242 
257,846 



$7,417,649 
17,200 
5,804,598 



11,049 
6,640 



1,225,302 
140,709 

41,252 



76,185 
38,546 
56,168 



$3,022,278 

2,810,629 

6,583 
14,374 
4,089 



1,067 
33,202 



87,314 
65,020 



$2,919 



1,000 



1,919 



$2,225,401 



82,492 
1,503,021 
417,439 



150 
18,618 
12,938 

294 



10,957 
13,246 
10,629 



124,397 



17,968 
804 



11,015 
1,433 



$2,951,602 

11,720 
132,020 
1,031,828 
46,170 



36,499 
14,737 
17,731 



8,194 
7,737 
297 



1,465,036 
91,499 

21,287 
6,862 



25,202 
34,783 



$6,501,813 

26,400 
212,955 
2,942,934 
1,373,137 



4,547 
40,980 
143,273 
95,683 



47,623 

15,377 
346 



1,223,758 
143,159 



214,271 
107 
17,263 



$81,369 



31,832 
43 

13,192 



599 



35,703 



$54,396 



13,192 



110 
1,771 

36,162 



1,715 
1,446 



$129,493 



440 
65 

59,362 



1,771 



65,338 



910 
1,607 



$816,961 

21,190 
301,027 

78,785 
190,422 



23,517 
1,047 
2,279 
5,867 



69,327 
4,765 
25,501 



17,075 
29,397 

17,614 
3,066 



19,045 
7,037 



TABLE 

121 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 



Local Unit 



Total Expenditures 



To tal 



Instruction 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Nonins true t ion 



Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 



Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 



Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 



Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 



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 
Department of 
State Planning 



$8,703,656 

2,521,139 
274,301 



2,590,728 

22,924 
560,890 



1,540,950 
314,057 



818,617 



60,050 



$4,333,156 

1,043,994 
149,450 



914,412 

2,000 
419,838 



1,144,601 
173,679 



445,076 



40,106 



$310,178 



149,141 



65,416 

18,324 
19,917 



37,903 



19,477 



$9,686 



9,686 



$- 



$516,312 

127,445 
6,800 



149,930 



166,559 
33,740 



31,838 



$778,129 

641,586 
24,007 



90,637 
10,853 



11,046 



$1,961,706 

406,409 
60,526 



966,754 



113,682 



125,805 
35,664 



252,866 



$26,547 



3,000 



4,847 



328 



18,372 



$15,541 



9,285 



1,300 



500 



4,456 



$9,926 



3,500 



1,300 



3,800 



1,326 



■^Expenditures for Chesapeake College - A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties. 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: L9 7 4- 7 5 



TABLE 

122 



State Expenditures 



Local Unit 



To tal 



Instruction 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Noninstruction 



Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 



Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 



Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 



Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 



Equipment 



Ttal State 

Allegany 
' Anne Arundel 

Baltimore City 
. Baltimore 

Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 



K 



penditures for Chesapeake College - A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties 



Charles 
Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

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

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Department of 
State Planning 



$3,519,827 



931,608 



$1,925,412 



389,083 



$109,694 



55,585 



$- 



$243,166 



47,497 



$292,346 



231,120 



$791,942 



151,464 



$678 



$5,263 



3,461 



$1,067 



851 130 

5,020 
327,943 



970,798 
141,299 



292,029 



321,917 



247,896 



721,099 
85,521 



159,896 



26,101 

5,020 
8,385 



14,603 



59,822 



104,932 
18,557 



12,358 



57,101 
1,100 



3,025 



377,460 



67,213 



79,257 
17,930 



98,618 



550 



128 



220 



1,582 



550 



517 



$150,259 
53,398 



65,830 



4,449 



8,409 
2,268 



15,905 



TABLE 

123 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 



Federal Expenditures 







Instruction 


Nonins true t ion 


Local Unit 






Disad- 


Hand i~ 




Guidance 




rtUl .i ± 1 1 J. b 


Eval- 


D T* /"I f £3 C _ 


Cur r l c— 






Total 


Regular 


ed 




Ll d L1U11 




Ud U _L (J 1 1 


b X U 1 la L 


u 1 urn 






van taged 




ins truc- 


and 
Counseling 


Sy s tem- 


C i- \-i s\ r\ 1 

ocnoo i 


and 


Deve lop- 


Deve lop- 


Equipment 


















Based 


P 1 anning 


men t 


men t 






^814 574 


$283,681 


$42,906 


$9,686 


$- 


$2,796 


$35, 322 


$43,975 


$22 , 219 


$1,800 


$4,450 


S367 739 


Allegany 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Annp AninH p 1 

rt.1 1 I 1 <_ i \ L UllUC i. 


21 ,442 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,442 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ddl L llnUi t \j±. \~y 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ddl LIUIU1 c 


82,656 


42,346 


- 


9,686 


- 


2,646 


1,737 


9,928 


- 


- 


350 


15,963 


Ca 1 ver t 


























Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Carroll 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- ; 


r /.i 1 
ijfcii J. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


'..j 1 Id i icb 


457 , 574 


107,606 












20,740 








329, 228 


Dorche s ter 


























Frederick 


12,884 


2,000 


8,284 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,300 


1,300 


- 1 


Gar re 1 t 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- \ 


HarfnrH 

Udl 1U1U 


52,992 


38,352 


3,792 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,240 


- 


- 


- 


608 


Howard 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- (; 


Kent 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- | 


Mon tg ornery 


























Prince George' s 


























Queen Anne ' s* 


57,150 


18,185 


11,353 








8,853 


3,067 


3,847 


100 


2,800 


8,945, 


St. Mary's 


























Somerset 


























Talbot 


























Washington 


69,826 


35,086 


19,477 






150 


3,290 






400 




11,42: 


Wicomico 


























Worcester 


























Department of 


























State Planning 


60,050 


40,106 














18,372 






1,57 _ 



*Expendi tures for Chesapeake College - A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties. 



TABLE 

124 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1974-75 



Local Unit 



Local Expenditures 



Total 



Instruction 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Non ins true t ion 



Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 



Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 



Prof es- 
siona 1 
Deve lop- 
men t 



Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 



Equipment 



1 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 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Department of 
. State Planning 



$4,369,255 

1,568,089 
191,645 



1,282,024 

5,020 
179,955 



570,152 
115,608 



456,762 



$2,124,063 

654,911 
107,104 



484,889 



133,590 



423,502 
69,973 



250,094 



$157,578 



93,556 



$- 



$- 



39,315 

5,020 
7,740 



11,947 



$270,350 

79,948 
4,154 



90,108 



61,627 
15,183 



19,330 



$450,461 

389,024 
22,270 



33,536 

900 



4,731 



$1,125,789 

254,945 
50,598 



568,554 



36,229 



46,548 
14,667 



154,248 



$3,650 



3,000 



450 



200 



$8,478 



5,824 



180 



2,474 



$4,409 



3, 150 



450 



809 



$224,477 

89,881 
1,369 



99,158 



2, 396 



4,939 
1,858 



24,876 



*E'enditures for Chesapeake College - A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties. 



TABLE 

125 



Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 



Total Expenditures 



Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 




Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 


fZiii H a r> a p 

\J Li iudlltc 
PrtllTIQpl i nc 

VjUUUjC J- _l_ lit 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Develop- 
ment 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop 
ment 


Total State 


$1 , 081 , 895 


A O A £ O T C 

$806, 235 


?- 


?- 


s- 


$11 ,045 


$78,8/0 


$57 , 167 


An/ / OA 

$84,480 


$17 , 290 


All f A A 

$21 , 690 


Allegany 


2,330 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,330 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


13,541 


13,541 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


46,160 


44,424 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


142 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


197,327 


160,770 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36,557 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Calver t 
























Caroline 


3,404 


1,404 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


2,143 


2.143 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


2,720 


2,720 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 
























Frederick 


364,040 


296,083 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


13,436 


51,260 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Howard 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Kent 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 
























Prince George' s 


185,165 


185,165 




















Queen Anne' s* 


20,543 


14,470 








2,045 




3,765 








St. Mary's 
























Somerset 
























Talbot 
























Washington 


126,111 


74,871 










26,380 




880 


2,290 


21,690 


Wicomico 


10,911 


10,644 








100 


167 










Worcester 
























Maryland State 
























Board for Commu- 
























nity Colleges 


107,500 










8,900 






83,600 


15,000 





Nonins true t ion 



Equipment 



$5,118 



1,594 



3,261 



263 



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



TABLE 

126 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 



Local Unit 



State Expenditures 



To tal 



Instruction 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Nonins true tion 



Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 



Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 



Profes- 
sional 
Deve lop- 
men t 



Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 



Equipment 



tal 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 
Maryland State 
Board for Commu- 
nity Colleges 



$465,128 



34,243 
184,373 



114,686 



41,652 
10,643 



76,954 
2,577 



$371,966 



34,243 
147,816 



$1,125 



$50,947 



36,557 



87,042 



1,200 



41,652 
7,302 



51,334 
2,577 



1,125 



13,190 



$27,700 



$440 



$1,145 



$10,845 



$960 



25,629 



815 



2,071 



145 



440 



1,145 



10,845 



*esapeake College - A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne'.v, and Talbot counties. 



TABLE 

127 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 



Local Unit 



Federal Expenditures 



Total 



Instruction 



Regular 



Disad- 
vantaged 



Handi- 
capped 



Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 



Guidance 
and 
Counseling 



Nonins true t ion 



Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 



Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 



Eval- 
uation 
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 
Maryland State 
Board for Commu- 
nity College 



$263,230 

2,330 
9,281 
11,917 
12,954 



952 
2,143 



67,998 



27,986 
1,194 



13,434 
5,541 



107,500 



$149,767 



9,281 
10,181 
12,954 



952 
2,143 



66,368 



27,986 
1,194 



13,434 
5,274 



$- 



$9,000 



$2,497 
2,330 



$142 



142 



$83,600 



$15,000 



$- 



$3,224 



1,594 



1,630 



100 



8,900 



167 



83,600 



15,000 



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



TABLE 

128 

Expenditures for Vocational Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: Adult: 1974-75 



Local Expenditures 







Instruction 


Noninstruction 


Local Unit 


Total 


Regular 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Contract- 
ed 

Instruc- 
tion 


Guidance 
and 
Counseling 


Adminis- 
tration 
System- 
wide 


Adminis- 
tration 
School 
Based 


Eval- 
uation 
and 
Planning 


Profes- 
sional 
Deve lop- 
men t 


Curric- 
ulum 
Develop- 
ment 


Equipment 


tal State 


$353,537 




9 


<_ 


<_ 

V 


$920 


$25 426 


$29, 325 


$440 


SI 145 


S10 845 


$9 34 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


4,260 


4,260 






















Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


2,452 
2,720 


452 
2,720 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick. 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


181,356 

1 


142,673 


- 




- 


- 


12,236 


25,631 


- 


- 


- 


816 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne 1 s* 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


li:,527 
8,706 


115,527 
5,974 








920 




1,694 








118 


Talbot 
Washing ton 
Wicomico 
Worcester 
Maryland State 
Board for Commu- 
nity Colleges 


35,723 
2,793 


10,103 
2,793 










13,190 




440 


1,145 


10,845 





hesapeake College - A regional community college supported primarily by Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne';-, and Talbot counties. 



TABLE 

129 

State Aid for Special Education: Prek.-12: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Local Unit 


Grand 
To ta 1 


Public Schools 


Private 
Placement 
Programs 


Total 


Educable 


Severely 


Continuum 


Hearing 
Impaired 


Itinerant 


Home 
and 
Hospital 


Self- 
Contained 


He sour c e 


Self- 
Contained 


Ke sour c e 


Total State 


$37,511,370 


$33,171,647 


$4,761,442 


$1,575,873 


$8,546,535 


$18,287,797 


$1,539,039 


$315,410 


$4,212,810 


$1,597,187 


$4,339,723 


Allegany 


341,331 


340,331 


7,874 


1 , 665 


1 1 9 000 


211, 792 


_ 




18,960 


33,672 


1,000 


Anne Arundel 


1,836,523 


1,573,590 




295 , 750 


981 000 


99<S 840 


98,000 


- 


398,958 


140,443 


262,933 


Baltimore City 


14,730,125 


13,912,316 


3 508 ?17 


484, 179 


? 143 000 


7 77f> 990 


294,000 


54,024 


609,000 


321,692 


/817.809 


Ba 1 timore 


2, 720, 153 


2,377,396 


235,520 


12,987 


1,281,000 


847,889 


147,000 


37,706 


958,595 


221,943 


342,757 


Calvert 


119, 256 


119,256 


14,760 


41,266 


62,730 


500 


47,926 


- 


26,394 


7,105 




Caroline 


184,711 


180,711 


28,476 


1 , 104 


33 000 


118, 131 


_ 




7,592 


7,344 


4,000 


Carroll 


760,144 


730,991 




52 125 


208 87? 


469,994 


49,000 


- 


83,995 


71,799 


29,153 


Ceci 1 


411,845 


369,839 


37,995 


64 575 


9f> 000 

J V f V \J\J 


171,269 


49,000 


_ 


41,385 


12,592 


42,006 


Char les 


515,064 


493,124 


79,662 


85,800 


92,000 


235,662 


147,000 


- 


49,731 


61,750 


21,940 


Dorche s ter 


240,509 


237,509 


- 


44,928 


31,000 


161,581 


43,176 


25,405 


10,506 


15,587 


3,000 


Frederick 


452,298 


428,614 


2, 238 


3,450 


95,914 


327,012 


49,000 


_ 


75,774 


37,585 


23,684 


Garrett 


165,140 


165,140 


24, 640 


14 , 000 


92,000 


34,500 


_ 


- 


17,280 


22,709 




Harford 


1,091,613 


1,025,957 


281,472 


6,327 


205,000 


533,158 


- 


30,000 


115,116 


83,242 


65,656 


Howard 


1, 253,586 


1,050,746 


41,002 


52,584 


173,000 


784,160 


147,000 


- 


185,538 


49,018 


202,840 


Kent 


213,149 


178,621 


4,077 


53,872 


13,215 


107,457 


49,000 


18,000 


8,712 


9, 214 


34,528 


Montgomery 


4,516,481 


2,793,481 


207,815 


9,657 


1,613,000 


963,009 


45,881 


26,882 


570,888 


205,173 


1,723,000 


Prince George' s 


5,792,086 


5,099,840 


100,833 


74,259 


1,490,000 


3,434,748 


237,580 


60,000 


896,532 


202,764 


*692,246 


Queen Anne ' s 


204,175 


191,660 


1,656 


94,234 


8,000 


87,770 






7,797 


4,635 


12,515 


St. Mary's 


431,499 


430,499 


37,211 


22,716 


183,000 


187,572 




24,972 




18,656 


1,000 


Somerset 


51,306 


41,552 


12,112 




29,440 








8,000 


3,650 


9,754 


Talbot 


220,647 


220,647 


17,238 


22,977 


11,412 


169,020 




13,376 


23,460 


7,940 




Washing ton 


679,849 


665,770 


67,240 


4,329 


216,153 


378,048 


49,000 




39,330 


53,343 


14,079 


Wicomico 


378,151 


347,328 


51,404 


7,659 


40,000 


248,265 


86,476 


25,045 


43,337 


2,661 


30,823 


Worces ter 


201,729 


196,729 




125,430 


28,799 


42,500 






15,930 


2,670 


5,000 



*Includes $1,000 for Bruce Radowich. 



/Includes $43,062 paid directly to Johns Hopkins University Child Life Development Center. 
Source: 1975 final State aid - Handicapped children; MSDE - A&F State aid unit. 



TABLE 

130 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1974-75 



Income 





Grand 
Total 


Federal 
Grants 


Tota 1 


S ta te 


Lo 1 


Other 


Amount per 
Capi ta* 


Total State 


$30,810, 183 


$1,516,705 


$29, 293,478 


$2,895,430 


$25,042,413 


$1, 355,635 


$7. 10 


Allegany 


253,916 


17, 175 


236,741 


64,394 


164,693 


7,654 


2.87 


Ann e Ar und e 1 


1,826,468 


17,804 


1,808,664 


235,069 


1,496,818 


76,777 


5.41 


Bait imo re C i ty 


6, 253, 761 


c 303,002 


5,950,759 


764, 165 


5,021,000 


165,594 


7.08 


Ba 1 t imo re 


6, 294, 260 


161,836 


6, 132,424 


318,651 


5,365,058 


448,715 


9.43 




99,606 


17 , 175 


82,431 


20, 147 


59,930 


2,354 


4.02 


Carroll 


287,044 


44,375 


242,669 


43,279 


175,000 


24,390 


3.06 


Cec i 1 


175,684 


43, 175 


132 , 509 


44, 501 


78, 254 


9,754 


2.43 


UU L t. 1 It. S LCI 


166 , 232 


37 , 275 


128,957 


19,872 


105, 135 


3,950 


4. 46 


RtpHpti' Pk 
r L tuti j-L.tv 


315,845 


16,675 


299 , 170 


36,892 


241, 788 


20,490 


3. 19 


Gar re 1 1 


74,441 


c 29 , 175 


45, 266 


10,838 


29,482 


4,946 


2.02 


Harford 


588,965 


45,635 


543,330 


83,380 


425,000 


34,950 


4.18 


llUWd L LI 


523,869 


17,675 


506 , 194 


33, 516 


425,813 


46,865 


5. 44 


Kent 


88,476 


40,875 


47,601 


8,398 


34,905 


4,298 


2.83 


Montgomery 


4,686,452 


72,725 


4,613,727 


210,204 


4,171,141 


232,382 


7.90 


Prince George's 


6,570,454 


60,453 


6,510,001 


426,662 


6,066,712 


16,627 


9. 22 


Queen Anne* s 


109,820 


34, 175 


75,645 


8, 224 


58,072 


9, 349 


3.88 


*J 111 L O C <- 


73,947 


25,805 


48, 142 


17.719 


30,000 


423 


2. 56 


TaKoma Park.3 


392,589 




a92, 589 




a92, 589 






Talbot 


129 ,902 


25,675 


104, 227 


9, 108 


76, 133 


18,986 


4. 12 


Wa shing ton 


506,257 


67,802 


438,455 


70,356 


327,160 


40,939 


4. 12 


Wicomico 


269,376 


17,175 


252,201 


27, 112 


200, 186 


24,903 


4.38 


Worcester 


174,258 


39,625 


134,633 


9,684 

1 


116,789 

► 


8, 160 


5.00 


State Library Network. 
















Regional Library Systems 










d(32,970) 






Southern Maryland 


154,638 


87,308 


67,330 


65,830 


1,500 




Calvert 


108,607 


17,175 


91,432 


12,950 


77,835 


647 


3.63 


Charles 


229,387 


24,675 


204,712 


21,312 


179,452 


3,948 


3.46 


St. Mary's 


189,404 


20,175 


169,229 


50,997 


116,057 


2,175 


3.27 


Eastern Shore 


230,605 


87,000 


143,605 


142,390 




1,215 




Western Maryland 


221,039 


79,085 


141,954 


139,780 




2,174 




Pratt State Library Resource 
















Center 


t>46,000 


46,000 












Cooperating Maryland Materials 
















Center 


161,470 


20,000 


141,470 






141,470 





TABLE 

130 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1974-75 



Loca 1 Sy s tems 


Expenditures 


Total 


Salaries 


Ma ter i a 1 s 


Contract 
Services 


Other 


lOLdl O la Le 


$31,209, 


242 


$20,837, 


771 


$5,016,976 


$2,400 


,959 


$2,953,536 


Al legally 




245, 


244 




113, 


198 


74, 240 


27 


, 156 


30,650 


Anne Arundel 


1 


,808, 


665 


1 


175, 


605 


380,049 


91 


,790 


161,221 


Baltimore City 


b 7 


,940, 


003 


5 


590, 


148 


1,028,205 


1,064 


, 684 


256,966 


Ba 1 t imor e 





,002, 


572 


3 


667, 


016 


1,353,977 


441 


,541 


540,038 


Caro 1 ine 




79, 


737 




47, 


232 


9,090 


14 


,178 


9,237 


C arm 1 1 




270, 


838 




133, 


219 


51,096 


63 


,043 


23,480 


Cecil 




166, 


393 




93, 


348 


18,274 


9 


,291 


45,480 


Dorchester 




144, 


467 




76, 


958 


30,839 


20 


,712 


15,958 


Frederick 




307, 


172 




191, 


702 


59,813 


11 


,776 


43,881 


Garrett 




72, 


421 




36, 


089 


15,353 


10 


,945 


10,034 


riar tord 




548, 


123 




312,252 


123,492 


41 


,461 


70,918 


Howard 




505, 


586 




271, 


147 


122,560 


47 


,492 


64,387 


Kent 




37,205 




25, 


002 


5,871 


3 


,634 


2,698 


Mon tgome r y 


/, 
H 


,408, 


836 


1 


573, 


310 


528,980 






306,546 


Prince George' s 





,485, 


016 


4 


336, 


132 


796,202 


368 


,479 


984,203 


Oiippri Anrip q 




70, 


172 




«, 


121 


9,705 


6 


,923 


12,423 


Somer set 




53, 


052 




28, 


747 


12,479 


1 


,930 


9,896 


Tq \( r\m a Pa t* V a 

L a tVL/lUcl rdJ.fi. 




a 92, 


588 




a 71, 


058 


ai5,902 


ai00 


a5,528 


Ta 1 bo t 




116, 


893 




77, 


874 


21,237 


3 


,412 


14,370 


\*J o en i' no hAn 
W43.oliJ.Llg LtJU 




443, 


924 




257, 


309 


88,096 


32 


,283 


66,236 


W J.^_ UlU J.C <J 




288, 


817 




151, 


304 


46,281 


17 


,647 


73,585 






125, 


827 




77, 


291 


20, 222 


12 


,768 


15,546 


O LdLt Lii.ULa.Ly LNC LWU 1 K. 






















iv^giuuu l bi ui al y J y o ucino 






















Southern Maryland 




124, 


954 




72, 


108 


25,944 


10 


,308 


16,594 


Calvert 




92, 


065 




50, 


298 


15,090 


14 


,407 


12,270 


Charles 




216, 


286 




115, 


407 


47,618 


29 


,930 


23,331 


St. Mary's 




179, 


814 




97, 


207 


30,643 


25 


,783 


26,181 


Eastern Shore 




169, 


132 




90, 


228 


38,981 


4 


,817 


35,106 


Western Maryland 




160, 


365 




42, 


903 


59,365 


4 


,723 


53,374 


Pratt State Library Resource 






















Center 






















Cooperating Maryland Materials 






















Center 




145, 


663 




93, 


616 


3,274 


19 


,846 


28,927 



Statistics of Maryland Public 



Local Systems 


Number 
of 

Volumes/ 


Circulation 
of Materials 


Es timated 
Popu la tion 
1975/ 


>tal State 


^ r\ *} c\ lit. 

7 , 939 , 32o 


24, 


863 


099 


4, 127, 200 


Allegany 


110, 286 




479 


5 35 
, j j j 


82,600 


Anne Arundel 


515,048 


]^ 


, 894 


,401 


334,000 


Baltimore City 


2,268,192 


2 


,667 


, 144 


840,000 


Baltimore 


1,269,395 


6 


,397 


,655 


650,600 


Caroline 


30, 323 




66 


,341 


20, 500 


Carroll 


93,965 




254 


.792 


7 q inn 

/ 7 , JUU 


Cecil 


81,224 




165 


, 320 


54,600 


Dorchester 


53,586 




117 


.955 


28,900 


Frederick 


104 , 991 




290 


,950 


fi "3 on A 

y j, ouu 


Garrett 


46 ,432 




133 


,351 


o o /,nn 
LL , HUU 


Harford 


too r\/.r\ 
Loo , U4U 




775 


,194 


i tq ann 

1^7, 7UU 


Howard 


131,801 




565 


,499 


93, 100 


Kent 


20,973 




43 


,500 


16,800 


Montgomery 


1 nnfl c "7 1 
1,21/7,0/1 


5 


,421 


,644 


ann 


Prince George' s 


1,095,549 


3 


,702 


,303 


706,300 


Queen Anne 1 s 


49 , 848 




85 


, 142 


19, 500 


Somer set 


7 7 <3 78 




52 


,315 


1 fi 800 


Takoma Park a 


A 7 77Q 




89 


,227 




Talbot 


59 , 946 




144 


,984 


o ^ "*nn 


Washington 


201 , 143 




514 


,013 


i r\&. inn 


Wicomico 


80 , 27 2 




280 


,420 


c 7 Ann 


Wor c e s ter 


JJj L L 1 




147 


,051 


26 , 900 


J 

S te Library Network 












egional Library Systems 












Southern Maryland 


831 










Calvert 


29,016 




69 


,351 


25,200 


Charles 


64, 120 




262 


,551 


59,200 


St. Mary' s 


63,285 




209 


,681 


51,700 


Eastern Shore 


31,503 




18 


,241 




Western Maryland 


20,908 




14 


,539 




ratt State Library Resource 












Center 












ooperating Maryland Materials 












Center 













Libraries: 



1974-75 



TABLE 

130 



FOOTNOTES : 



*Excludes federal grants. 

/Does not include pamphlets, pictures, and periodicals. 
/Population estimates prepared by Maryland State Department of 

Health and Mental Hygiene, Center for Health Statistics. 
aNot State-aided. Monies are excluded from totals. 
^Expenditures are reflected in the local operating expenditures, 
cincludes revenue sharing. 

^Income from cooperative library systems for shared operating 
expenses are excluded from State total. 



t 



TABLE 

131 



Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1974-75 



Type of Service 


Number of Clients 


Average Cost 


Total 
Expenditures 


Total 


*21,837 


$385 


/$8, 410, 585 


Diagnostic and Evaluation 

Includes: medical, psychiatric, psychological, 
and vocational 


13,819 


148 


2,048,821 


Extended Evaluation 

Includes: additional diagnostic services, physical 
restoration, maintenance, transportation, 
training, reader and interpreter services, 
comprehensive vocational evaluation, other 
services to determine vocational potential 


553 


284 


157,110 


Restoration, Physical, and Mental 

Includes: surgery and treatment, prosthetic and 
orthotic appliances, hospital and 
convalescent care, other 


4,305 


387 


1,665,045 


Training 

Includes: College or university, other academic, 
business school or college, vocational 
school, rehabilitation center, tutorial, 
sheltered workshop, on-the-job, personal 
and vocational adjustment, miscellaneous 


6,521 


512 


3,339,38> 


Maintenance 


2,095 


359 


751,540 


Includes: training, physical restoration, placement, 
miscellaneous 








Services to Family Members 

Includes: rent, moving expenses, other 


90 


389 


35,000 


Post-Employment Services 

Includes: physical treatment, appliances, training, 
maintenance, other 


465 


160 


74,550 


Other Services 

Includes: occupational tools, equipment and licenses, 

reader and interpreter services, medical care, 
transportation, services to groups of 
individuals, miscellaneous 


2,250 


151 


339,135 



*Clients receiving more than one service are included only once in grand total. 
/Includes costs to clients receiving services at the Maryland Rehabilitation Center. 



ft 



STATE OF MARYLAND 

fa 

Annual Report 

Departmentof Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1976 



STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Department of Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 3c», 1 976 

showing condition of the 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 

G. George Asaki 

Mary Elizabeth Ellis 

William M. Goldsborough 

Joanne T. Goldsmith 

Albertine T. Lancaster 

Lawrence A. Miller 

Charles G. Thompson 



Be the s da 

Bal timore 
Pasadena 
Salisbury 
Oakland 

District Heights 
California 
Baltimore 
Bal timore 



Year Term Expires 

1979 

1981 
1982 

1983 
1979 

1980 

1981 

1982 

1980 



Secretary-Treasurer of the Board and State Superintendent of Schools 
David W. Hornbeck 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 
Joseph L. Shilling 

NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1976. 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 




■ 

The Maryland State Department of Education does 
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, 
sex, age, national origin, religion, or handicapping 
condition in matters affecting employment or in 
providing access to programs. 



DAVID W HORNBECK 



STATE • UPCMINTCNDCNT 




Maryland state department of Education 



P.O. Box 8717. BWI Airport 



Baltimore. Maryland 21240 



November 1, 1978 



THE HONORABLE BLAIR LEE III 
Acting Governor of Maryland 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Lee: 

I have the honor of submitting to you the 110th Annual Report 
covering all operations of the State Department of Education for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1976. 



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, 




David W. Hornbeck 
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: 1975-76 1 

Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1975-76 2 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1975 3 

Pupil Data 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1965 to Fall of 1975 u 

Prekindergar ten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1965 to Fall of 1975 5 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1965 to Fall of 1975 6 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-75 

Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 8 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1975 9 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1975 10 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland September 30, 1975 11 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 12 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 13 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 1^ 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 16 

Total Number of Maryland Children in Special Education Programs: 1975-76 17 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1975 18 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975 19 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1975-76 20 



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TABLE 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1975-76 21 

Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1976 22 

Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1976 23 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1965-66 - 1975-76 24 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1975 25 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 26 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 27 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 28 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 29 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 30 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 31 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 32 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 33 

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

Schools: Fall of 1975 34 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 35 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 36 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 37 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 38 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 39 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 40 



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TABLE 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 41 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 42 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 43 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1975 44 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1975 45 

taff Data 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 46 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 47 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 48 

Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 49 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: )75-76 50 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 51 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 52 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 53 

Staff Employed in Nonins true tional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 54 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 55 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 56 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 57 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 58 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 59 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public School: September 1975 60 



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TABLE 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 61 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 62 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 ' 63 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 64 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 65 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 66 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 67 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 68 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 69 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 70 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 71 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 72 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 73 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 74 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 75 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 76 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 77 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1975 78 

Separations by Organization: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 79 

Separations: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 80 



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TABLE 

Separations By Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October L, 1974 to September 30, 1975 81 

Separations By Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October L, 1974 to September 30, 1975 82 

Separations By Cause: Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October L, 1974 to September 30, 1975 83 

Separations By Cause: Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October L, 1974 to September 30, 1975 84 

Separations By Cause: Professional Staff at Combined and Middle School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 85 

New Professional Staff at School Level: By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: October L, 1974 to September 30, 1975 86 

New Professional Staff at School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 87 

New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975.- 88 

New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 89 

New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 90 

New Professional Staff at School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 91 

New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 92 

New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 1975 93 

New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1974 to September 30, 

1975 94 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1975 95 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1975 96 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Maryland Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: Fall of 1975 97 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1965-66 - 1975-76 98 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1975-76 99 



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Adult Program Data TABLE 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1965-66 - 1975-76 100 

General Adult Education Programs: Number of Teachers, Classes and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1975-76 101 

Maryland's Vocational Adult and Apprentice Education Programs: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1975-76 102 

Vocational-Technical Education for Maryland Public High Schools: Enrollment by Program: 1975-76 103 

Vocational Rehabilitation Data 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1975-76 104 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1975-76 105 

Nature and Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: State of Maryland: 1975-76 106 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1975-76 107 

Financial Data 

FINANCIAL DATA - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1975-76 108 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1975-76 109 

Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 110 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Construction, and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 (Includes Teachers' 

Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) Ill 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 112 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct 

by State) 113 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 114 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 115 



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TABLE 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1975-76 nf, 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 117 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 US 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 119 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 120 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 121 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 122 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 123 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 12U 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 125 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 126 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 127 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 128 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 129 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1975-76 (Including Cost of Transportation) 130 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1975-76 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 131 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 (Including Cost of Transportation) 132 

3 ercent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 133 

^ost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1965-66 - 

j 1975-76 134 



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TABLE 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 135 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expense: By Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 136 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1973-74 - 1975-76 137 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1973-74 - 1975-76 138 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1973-74 - 1975-76 139 

Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1975-76 (Total Program @ $624 per Pupil with 55% State Contribution) 140 

Calculation of Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1975-76 (3rd year of the five year phase-in program) 141 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 142 

Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 143 

Cost of School Transportation and Number of Pupils Transported: State of Maryland: 1975-76 144 

Number of Transportation Vehicles and Miles Travelled: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 145 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 146 

Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1975-76 147 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1976 148 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: June 30, 1976 149 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1967-68 - 1975-76 150 

1975-76 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland (Thousands of Dollars) 151 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1975-76 152 

Summary of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 153 

Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 154 



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TABLE 

Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 155 

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

1975-76 156 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs By Part of Act: Maryland Public Schools and State Institutions: Secondary/Adult: 

1975-76 157 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryland Public School and State Institutions: Secondary/Adult: 

1975-76 158 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs By Part of Act: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1975-76 159 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryland Public Schools: Post Secondary: 1975-76 160 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1975-76 161 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1975-76 162 



BACKGROUND DATA- 

1975 - 1976 






W 

Annual Report 




TABLE 



1 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 





Ac tual 
Number 


On pni'rn? 


PI n q i n o 




Ac tual 
Number 


Onenint? 


f 1 r> c i no 








Local Unit 


Da te s 


Da te s 


Local Unit 


Days 
Schools 


Cpnf pm H it 

JCU L 1.1. i Uv L 

1975 


J une 
1976 


Days 
Schools 


Sep tembe r 
1975 


June 
1976 




Were Open 




Were Open 






Al 1 egany 


1 ft? 


2 


15 


Harford 


180 


3 


16 


Anne Arundel 


i fin 




15 


nUWd L u 


LOJ 


3 




Baltimore City 


184 


4 


18 


Kent 


183 


2 


11 


Bal timore 


183 


5 


17 










Calvert 


183 


2 


15 


Montgomery 


184 


2 


17 










Prince George's 


180 


2 


10 


Caroline 


180 


2 


14 


Queen Anne ' s 


180 


4 


9 


Carroll 


180 


2 


16 


St. Mary's 


182 


2 


11 


Cecil 


180 


2 


15 


Somerset 


181 


2 


10 


Charles 


181 


2 


11 










Dorchester 


180 


2 


10 


Talbot 


180 


2 


11 










Washing ton 


181 


2 


10 


Frederick 


180 


2 


10 


: .comico 


181 


2 


10 


Garrett 


181 


4 


10 


Worcester 


180 


2 


8 



it 



TABLE 

2 

Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


ENROLLMENT 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


1,012,153 
880,900 
128,168 
233 
2,852 


553,870 
459,731 
92,214 
233 
1,692 


458,283 
421,169 
35,954 

1, 160 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


55,648 
47,893 
7,357 
18 
380 


/ 

23,485 
/ 
18 
/ 


/ 

24,408 
/ 

/ 


NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


*2,043 
* 1,346 
*671 
1 

*25 


1,648 
1,029 
602 
1 
16 


589 
418 
150 

21 



"'Excludes duplicates. 

/Breakdown by Organization not available. 




PUPIL DATA 




Annual Report 



■ 





TABLE 




Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1965 to Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


Total State 


762,636 


790,928 


825,892 


860,604 


891,981 


913,196 


922,051 


920,896 


911,097 


894,314 


880,900 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


16 , 528 
56,703 
191,008 
109,193 
5,179 


16,530 
59,391 
192,312 
112,856 
5,223 


16,448 
62,175 
192,545 
118,356 
5,284 


16,474 
65,920 
192,169 
123,607 
5,466 


16,602 
70,842 
193,082 
129,658 
5,606 


17,653 
74,028 
192,826 
134,179 
5,891 


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


17,273 
77,081 
186,600 
131,969 
6,287 


16,988 
78,172 
182,733 
128,700 
6,530 


16,412 
77,941 
173,198 
126,145 
6,832 


15,993 
77,929 
166,370 
123,174 
6,923 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


5,021 
12,823 
10,907 
9,498 
6,502 


5,005 
13,238 
11,215 
10,044 

6,537 


5, 265 
13,864 
11,700 
10,765 

6,501 


5, 335 
14,406 
11,966 
11,692 

6,568 


5, 325 
15,052 
12,088 
12,431 

6,721 


5, 366 
16,620 
12,382 
13,165 

6,615 


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

6,467 


5, 345 
17,947 
12,478 
15,674 

6,373 


5,296 
18,442 
13,513 
16,358 

6,300 


5,301 
18,746 
13,473 
16,820 

6, 191 


5, 251 
19,275 
13,401 
17,022 

6,129 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


16, 764 
5,089 
21,654 
11,038 
3,539 


17 , 393 
5,064 
23,520 
11,536 
3,577 


17 , 905 
5,341 
24,941 
13,078 
3,636 


18, 356 
5,367 
28,162 
14,371 
3,701 


18, 740 
5,460 
29,761 
15,789 
3,928 


19 , 389 
5,581 
30,670 
17,208 
3,934 


20,928 
5,707 
31,620 
19,049 
3, £26 


21,472 
5,794 
32,418 
20,429 
3,880 


21,922 
5,783 
33,163 
21,977 
3,815 


22,085 
5,729 
33,365 
23,123 
3,647 


22,447 
5,780 
33,847 
24,035 
3,600 


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


106,206 
113,260 
4,251 
8,265 
4,508 


111,137 
123,486 
4,229 
8,829 
4,433 


116,015 
136,469 
4,603 
9,390 
4,484 


121,936 
147,233 
4,631 
9,830 
4,476 


125,456 
155,492 

4,753 
10,576 

4,748 


125,802 
160,900 

4,780 
11,206 

4,674 


126,679 
162,850 

4,771 
11,856 

4,629 


126,912 
161,965 
4,717 
11,792 
„ 4,508 


126,177 
154,496 

4,651 
12,027 

4,421 


124,324 
151,210 

4,643 
12,079 

4,420 


122,272 
148,558 

4,756 
11,990 

4,343 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


4,452 
21,722 
12,278 

6,248 


4,526 
21,991 
12,459 

6,397 


4,483 
23,122 
12,746 

6,776 


4,531 
23,470 
14,082 

6,855 


4,614 
23,873 
14,487 

6,897 


4,957 
23,980 
14,658 

6,732 


5,038 
24,053 
14,468 

6,607 


4,991 
24,016 
14,386 

6,589 


4,950 
23,847 
14,224 

6,612 


4,816 
23,490 
13,796 

6,528 


4,645 
23,197 
13,622 

6,341 



TABLE 

5 

Prekindergar ten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1965 to Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


Total State 


380 


680 


838 


1,841 


1,749 


2,145 


2,260 


2,310 


2,824 


3,808 


4,620 


Al legany 










Zo 














Anne Arundel 


25 


29 


31 


26 


17 


50 


21 


10 


83 


105 


106 


Baltimore City 


351 


579 


745 


842 


854 


1,150 


1, 167 


1,129 


1,295 


1,899 


2,379 


Baltimore 


- 


67 


50 


13 


30 


7 


- 


- 


- 


54 


158 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120 


117 


Caroline 
























Carroll 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_. 


49 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 


99 


120 


120 


50 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 














14 






1 




Garrett 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 




_ 


Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


112 


128 


Howard 


- 


- 


- 


.66 


105 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 


Kent 


- 


- 


- 


111 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 








487 


481 


458 


473 


602 


688 


709 


834 


Prince George's 








227 


213 


257 


233 


190 


194 


186 


222 


Queen Anne' s 
























St. Mary's 








30 






20 


40 


86 


80 


85 


Somerset 




















63 


73 


Talbot 
























Washington 


4 


5 


12 


9 


21 • 


157 


189 


165 


240 


236 


273 


Wicomico 












63 


76 


75 


118 


123 


118 


Worcester 

























Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1965 to Fall of 1975 



TABLE 

6 



Local Unit 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


10 ta i o ta ue 


32 562 


34, 574 


42 


391 


51 


,419 


58 


,437 


61 


,781 


62,022 


60 


180 


58,871 


58, 


479 


58, 595 


Allegany 


- 


- 




30 




- 




45 


1 


,140 


1,176 


1 


065 


1,082 


1, 


076 


1,113 


Anne Arundel 


25 


29 




390 


1 


,935 


3 


,837 


5 


,023 


4,960 




987 


5,085 


5, 


223 


5,329 


1 f- -J m /~i y" c f n t"Xf 

DaiLimote ^xuy 


1 fi "?9& 
1U j Ji4 


16 545 


15, 


781 


14 


,946 


15,128 


13 


,934 


13,201 


12, 


436 


11,423 


10, 


833 


10, 515 


Bait i mo r e 


55 




9 
L 


1 9 9 
ILL 


H 




7 


,162 


q 




8, 799 


a 

° 


1 97 


7 , 799 


7 


7RS 


7 , 448 


Laiver c 








98 




252 




313 




338 


398 




417 


418 




422 


451 


Caroline 


115 


138 




334 




369 




369 




359 


352 




307 


328 




342 


360 


Carroll 


- 


- 




- 




- 






1 


,088 


1,136 


1 


239 


1,291 


• 1, 


244 


1,409 


Cecil 








- 




- 




- 












913 




962 


1 ,003 


Char 1 e s 






















433 


I 


019 


1 ,054 


1 

L > 


122 


1 , 159 


Do re he s ter 








- 




- 




369 




354 


366 




329 


385 




326 


366 


Frederick 


- 


- 




- 




- 








257 


1,319 


1 


382 


1,491 


1, 


513 


1,708 


Garrett 


- 


- 




112 




128 




244 




337 


370 




362 


414 




404 


457 


n a L 








L /U 


2 


, jU / 


2 


,436 


2 


,350 


2, 288 


i- 


9 A 


2,271 


i 9 


ZOO 


2,441 


Hotja T H 




7 


l 


015 


1 


, 180 


1 


,334 


1 


,328 


1,387 


1 


486 


1,576 


1, 


670 


1,7 30 


















291 




260 


264 




232 


229 




219 


223 


Montgomery 


9,464 


9,615 


9 


624 


9 


,656 


9 


,686 


8 


,811 


8,588 


8 


406 


8,295 


8, 


502 


8,167 


Prince George 1 s 


5,335 


6,519 


9 


,822 


12 


,127 


12 


,693 


12,492 


12,063 


11 


494 


10,256 


9, 


866 


10,042 


Queen Anne 1 s 








328 




375 




348 




314 


281 




258 


274 




309 


285 


St. Mary's 


249 


373 




472 




512 




532 




555 


947 




877 


897 




984 


956 


Somerset 
















284 




306 


272 




281 


244 




275 


300 


Talbot 




















323 


323 




275 


295 




296 


319 


Washington 


868 


904 


1 


630 


1 


,806 


1 


,805 


1 


,661 


1,680 


1 


6 38 - 


1,534 


1, 


584 


1,562 


Wicomico 












943 


1 


,070 




966 


994 




874 


902 




838 


868 


Worces ter 


127 


151 




463 




513 




491 




472 


425 




424 


415 




398 


384 



table! 

7 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-1975 



1 

FALL OF 


GRAND 








Grade 


Ungraded 


TOTAL 


Kinder- 
gar ten* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12/ 


Special 


Other 


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 


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 


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 


1973 


911,097 


61,695 


54,081 


54, 


472 


56, 


651 


61 


941 


61,760 


61,623 


75,608 


73 


,106 


72, 


350 


70,819 


61,940 


54 


,498 


23 


,476 


67,077 


1974 


894,314 


62,287 


51,575 


51, 


333 


53, 


067 


57 


845 


61,461 


61,708 


73,236 


73 


,822 


73, 


375 


70 


,731 


62,935 


55 


,786 


21 


,097 


64,056 


1975 


880,900 


63,215 


52,765 


50, 


792 


51, 


768 


54 


892 


58,100 


62,397 


75,016 


71 


,799 


73, 


758 


72 


,181 


62,883 


57 


,565 


18 


,512 


55,257 




TOTAL ELEMENTARY 


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 




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 


1972 


507,973 


62,490 


57,437 


57, 


820 


60, 


739 


61 


880 


61,973 


63,414 


37 




















13 


,858 


68,325 


1973 


491,558 


61,695 


54,081 


54, 


472 


56, 


651 


61 


941 


61,760 


61,623 


44 




















12 


,776 


66,515 


1974 


474,552 


62,287 


51,575 


51, 


333 


53, 


067 


57 


845 


61,461 


61,708 


34 




















11 


,275 


63,967 


1975 


459,731 


63,215 


52,765 


50, 


792 


51, 


768 


54 


892 


58,100 


62,397 


34 




















10 


,645 


55,123 






















TOTAL 


SECONDARY 




























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 


1972 


412,923 






















74,099 


71 


570 


72, 


040 


69 


,357 


60,645 


53 


,340 


10 


996 


876 


1973 


419,539 






















75,564 


73 


,106 


72, 


350 


70 


,819 


61,940 


54 


,498 


10 


700 


562 


1974 


419,762 






















73,202 


73 


822 


73, 


375 


70 


,731 


62,935 


55 


,786 


9 


822 


89 


1975 


421,169 






















74,982 


71 


799 


73, 


758 


72 


,181 


62,883 


57 


,565 


7 


867 


134 



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



TABLE 

8 

Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975* 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 










Elementary Enrollment 


by Grade 










Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Prc- 
Kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


I 


7 


3 


A 
*4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State/ 


i r\ i icq 

1,012, 153 


553,870 


19 , 104 


64,469 


13,592 


58,598 


61,549 


59,229 


60 


,326 


63,667 


67, 163 


72,225 


7, 188 


6,760 


Total Local Units 


1,009,068 


551,945 


19,075 


64,433 


12, 303 


58, 288 


61,527 


59,197 


6i 


,302 


63,617 


67, 106 


72, 179 


7,171 


6,747 


Allegany 


18,067 


9,398 


132 


1,149 


165 


99 


1 919 


1 17 1 

1 , 1 1 L 


1 


, 181 


1 , LJJ 


1,332 


1,400 


138 


144 


Anne Arundel 


86,001 


46 , 360 


1, 274 


5, 763 


500 


6,858 


5 237 


U 7ft 1 


4 


,979 


■5 041 


5,320 


5,985 


321 


299 


Baltimore City-" 


194,430 


108, 288 


3,665 


11, 726 


3,734 


12,762 ' 


11,997 


11 141 


11 


,388 


1 9 Sf.7 
1 L , JO / 


13,003 


13,562 


1,401 


1,340 


Baltimore 


148, 729 


78,632 


2,982 


8, 636 


2,068 


23,305 


5,807 


5,737 


5 


,820 


6,519 


7,063 


7,671 


1,581 


1,443 


Calvert 


7 , 568 


4, 289 


163 


473 


191 


~ 


548 


523 




564 


559 


559 


627 


42 


40 


Caroline 


5,393 


2,816 


- 


360 


153 




17 9 

OIL 


19ft 




354 


392 


420 


437 


- 


- 


Carroll 


19,775 


10,703 


120 


1,436 


163 




1 17 1 
i , o i 1 


1 L S<3 


1 


,453 


1 ix(\ 9 


1,566 


1,609 


32 


32 


Cecil 


14,897 


8, 270 


50 


1,063 


149 


6 


1 , 150 


1 , 135 


1 


,037 


1 f)Q *! 


1, 188 


1,289 


56 


52 


Charles 


18,793 


10,835 


133 


1, 215 


306 




1,480 


1,364 


1 


,544 


1,487 


1,518 


1,555 


119 


114 


Dorchester 


6, 300 


3, 308 


14 


410 


24 


- 


459 


477 




445 


469 


468 


542 






Frederick 


24,337 


13,498 


312 


1,761 


202 


2,602 


1 9ftft 


1 9ft7 

1 , £.0 1 


1 


,288 


1 330 


1,479 


1,652 


154 


143 


Garrett 


5, 780 


3,255 




457 


1Q 




47 1 


441 




420 


456 


446 


489 


34 


- 


Harford 


36,481 


19,825 


41.9 


2,615 


337 


43 


2,701 


2,532 


2 


,563 


2,695 


2,830 


2,984 


52 


54 


Howard 


27,071 


15,990 


1, 160 


1,900 


180 


260 


1,945 


1,957 | 


1 


,939 


1,928 


2,066 


2,239 


210 


206 




1 7 7ft 


1 Q 1 Q 

1 , 7 1 7 




9A1 


37 




233 


241 




258 


275 


9 


iii 


9 1 




Montgomery 


145,438 


79,180 


5,072 


9,115 


1,728 


9,275 


8,267 


8,042 


8 


,140 


8,359 


8,877 


9,686 


1,325 


1,294 


Prince George ' s 


170,178 


94,084 


2,592 


11, 151 


1,623 


1,017 


11,972 


11,800 


12 


,124 


12,339 


13,073 


13,814 


1,343 


1,236 


Queen Anne' s 


4,936 


2,469 


30 


285 


34 


285 


224 


243 




228 


340 


396 


404 






St. Mary's 


14,772 


8,641 


195 


1,038 


249 




1,131 


1,083 


1 


,05, 


1,072 


1,139 


1,275 


207 


198 


Somerset 


4,419 


2,336 


74 


300 


41 


752 


35 


38 




63 


310 


341 


382 






Talbot 


5,562 


2,991 


31 


360 


64 


1,001 


372 


187 




181 


169 


159 


405 


25 


37 


Washington 


25,379 


13,464 


325 


1,630 


182 




1,786 


1,747 


1 


,827 


1,898 


1,889 


2,025 


81 


74 


Wicomico 


14,370 


8,053 


332 


943 


98 


23 


1,009 


1,042 




996 


1,140 


1,152 


1,265 


29 


24 


Worces ter 


6,614 


3,341 




406 


36 




4 : 


439 




456 


458 


537 


571 







'•Public school data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1975. 

/Total State includes enrollments in the campus school at Towson State College and ir education programs in Maryland State institutions which 
are not reflected in local units. Enrollments at the institutions are given in a t^sle which follows; the campus school has grade enroll- 
ments as follows: Prek, 29; K, 36; 1, 21; 2, 32; 3, 24; 4, 25; 5, 23; 6, 23; elem. spec, 20; total, 233. 



Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975* 



TABLE 

8 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



I nf a 1 TInil" 
LULal UU1L 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Spec ia 1 


Other 


Tn ta 1 S ta te-/ 


458, 283 


9 , 242 


879 


77,952 


74,719 


82 088 


80 076 


6Q 7 71 




Total Local Units 


457,123 


8,555 


436 


77,952 


74,719 


82,080 


80,019 


69,716 


63,646 


Al 1 PCJfltlU 


8,669 


46 


- 


1,372 


1,312 


1 Sfift 

1 j JOO 


1 ^Ifi 

l« JiO 


1 ASR 


1 9 J7 J 


."Villi t_ A.L LLL1UC. i. 


39 , 641 


316 


329 


6 984 


6,694 


7,116 


f\ 7QQ 


6 1 A7 


^ 0A1 
Jj Zol 


Rp 1 firnriTP P i rvV* 


86, 142 


3,556 




16 , 133 


14, 238 


15 , 129 


IS 1 Afi 

J. J j LHO 


1 1 A 7 1 




Dal LllilJl t 


70,097 


1,067 


29 


10 , 766 


10,527 


1 7 SIS 


1 9 7 1 A 

J. L | / ID 


1 1 AAA 
11, 444 


ii n ^ 


Calvert 


3,279 


39 




578 


567 


671 


537 


488 


399 


C arn 1 i n p 

l - ■ 1 J- W J. 1 L1L 


2,577 


31 


- 


449 


450 


461 


438 


404 


1AA 


forrn 1 1 


9,072 


87 


- 


1 , 590 


1,579 


1 S7f> 

JL , J 1 O 


1 , 545 


1 17 7 


1 , J 


Cecil 


6,627 


78 


- 


I 228 


1 , 196 


1 , 2U2 


I 029 


977 


Q 1 7 

71/ 


OllU J. - C 


7,958 


194 




1,493 


1 ,436 


1,491 


1, 268 


1 111 


965 


Dorchester 


2,992 


14 


- 


530 


511 


520 


502 


477 


438 


I L CUCL J- L, r.. 


10,839 


63 


- 


1,841 


1,914 


1,981 


1 , 849 


1 68 7 
1 , u O i 




Garrett 


2,525 


81 


- 


423 


456 


441 


425 


362 


337 


Harford 


16 ,656 


216 


29 


2,979 


2,871 


3,027 


2,761 


7 SRO 


9 1 Q ? 

17 J 


Howard 


11,081 


201 


11 


1,999 


1,928 


1,937 


1,877 


1,614 


1,514 


Kent 


1,859 


65 




326 


298 


339 


310 


264 


257 


Montgomery 


66,258 


1,152 


24 


10,027 


10,242 


11,405 


11,845 


11,084 


10,479 


Prince George 1 s 


76,094 


1,018 


11 


13,208 


12,571 


14,117 


13,533 


11,607 


10,029 


Queen Anne 1 s 


2,467 






434 


431 


460 


447 


351 


344 


St. Mary's 


6,131 


84 




1,025 


974 


1,239 


1,133 


869 


807 


Somerset 


2,083 






398 


425 


372 


366 


284 


238 


Talbot 


2,571 






446 


452 


492 


414 


416 


351 


Washington 


11,915 


126 


2 


2,004 


2,028 


2,287 


1,999 


1,795 


1,674 


Wicomico 


6,317 


121 


1 


1,142 


1,075 


1,120 


1,042 


926 


890 


Worcester 


3,273 






577 


544 


614 


518 


536 


484 



"Public school data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1975. 

/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, 1975 



Local Unit 


Grand 
To tal 








Elementary 


Enrollment by Grade 










To tal 
Elementary 


Pre- 
kind e r — 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Special 


Other 


tal State 


880,900 


459,731 


4,620 


58,595 


10,645 


55,123 


52,765 


50,792 


51,768 


54,892 


58,100 


62,397 


34 


Allegany 


15,993 


7,963 


- 


1,113 


151 




1,092 


1,021 


1,050 


1,100 


1,179 


1,257 


■ 


Anne Arundel 


77,929 


40,595 


106 


5,329 


500 


6,183 


4,737 


4, 308 


4,503 


4,585 


4,873 


5,471 




Baltimore City* 


166,370 


90,172 


2,379 


10,515 


3,295 


11,'552 


10,213 


9,448 


9,679 


10,701 


11,134 


11,256 


- 


Bal timore 


19 3 174 


60 , 346 


158 


7 , 448 


1,758 


22,803 


4, 120 


4,113 


4, 141 


4,848 


5,210 


5,747 


- 


Calvert 


6,923 


3,766 


117 


451 


191 


_ 


481 


461 


495 


503 


504 


563 


- 


Caroline 


5,251 


2,705 


- 


360 


42 




372 


328 


354 


392 


420 


437 




Carroll 


19,275 


10,206 


49 


1,409 


151 




1, 307 


1,406 


1,399 


1,407 


1,516 


1,562 




Cecil 


13,401 


7,207 




1,003 


127 


_ 


1,020 


1,013 


915 


952 


1,035 


1, 142 


- 


fhar lac 
Vjllct I lcb 


17,022 


9,407 


50 


1 159 


297 


_ 


1,316 


1, 199 


1, 310 


1 , 319 


1 , 355 


1,402 


■ 


Dorchester 


6,129 


3,137 




'366 


24 


- 


430 


444 


425 


447 


46 3 


538 




Frederick 


22,447 


11,998 


- 


1,708 


202 


2,602 


1, 148 


1, 142 


1,148 


1,217 


1,333 


1,498 




Garrett 


5,780 


3,255 




457 


39 




473 


44: 


420 


456 


446 


489 


34 


nu L lutu 


J J , OH / 




J. L O 


2 44 1 


337 


43 


2,521 


2,402 


2,410 


2,554 


2,691 


2,830 




Howard 


24,035 


13,003 


28 


1^730 


163 




1,799 


1,819 


1,796 


1,781 


1,867 


2,020 




Kent 


3,600 


1,741 




223 


37 




212 


220 


237 


255 


266 


291 




Montgomery 


122,272 


61,371 


834 


8,167 


1,265 


9,105 


6,761 


6,540 


6,618 


6,736 


7,298 


8,047 




Prince George' s 


148,558 


77,967 


222 


10,042 


1,441 


797 


10,339 


10,237 


K*565 


10,783 


11,424 


12,117 




Queen Anne' s 


4,756 


2,379 




285 


34 


285 


214 


234 


217 


333 


382 


395 




St. Mary' s 


11,990 


6,822 


85 


956 


249 




932 


891 


864 


874 


919 


1,052 




Somerset 


4,343 


2,291 


73 


300 


41 


752 


29 


32 


61 


299 


335 


369 




Talbot 


4,645 


2,380 




319 


64 


1,001 


296 


114 


111 


77 


88 


310 




Washington 


23,197 


12,157 


273 


1,562 


131 




1,601 


1,583 


1,676 


1,753 


1,740 


1,838 




Wicomico 


13,622 


7,305 


118 


868 


70 




936 


975 


938 


1,082 


1,106 


1,212 




Worcester 


6,341 


3,201 




384 


36 




416 


421 


436 


438 


516 


554 





lata for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1975. 



TABLE 

9 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Secondary Enrollment by Grade 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


') 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


421, 169 


7,867 


134 


74,982 


71, 799 


7 3, 758 


72, 181 


62, 883 


57 , 565 


Allegany 


8,030 


46 




1,372 


1 ,312 


1, 376 


1, 363 


1,312 


1, 249 


Anne Arundel 


37,334 


316 


93 


6,808 


6,522 


6,607 


6,340 


5,728 


4,920 


Baltimore City* 


76, 198 


3,289 


- 


15,225 


13,310 


12,886 


13,040 


9,666 


8,782 


Ba 1 timore 


62,828 


1,067 




1U , J.H-5 


9 , 929 


10,833 


1 1 , 082 


10 , 015 


9,759 


Calvert 


3,157 


39 




555 


545 


647 


518 


467 


386 


Caroline 


2,546 






449 


450 


461 


438 


404 


344 


Carroll 


9,069 


84 




1,590 


1,579 


1,576 


1,545 


1,372 


1,323 


Cecil 


6, 194 


76 


_ 


1,169 


1,124 


1,135 


943 


898 


849 


Charles 


7,615 


151 


_ 


1,449 


1, 390 


1,433 


1, 209 


1,055 


928 


Dorchester 


2,992 


14 


- 


530 


511 


520 


502 


477 


438 


Frederick 


10,449 


31 




1,802 


1,876 


1,898 


1,765 


1,617 


1,460 


Garrett 


2,525 


81 




423 


456 


441 


425 


362 


337 


Hat f nfH 


15,490 


216 


29 


2,927 


2,811 


2,722 


2,465 


2,336 


1,984 


Howard 


11,032 


152 


11 


1,999 


1,928 


1,937 


1,877 


1,614 


1,514 


Kent 


1,859 


65 




326 


298 


339 


310 


264 


257 


Montgomery 


60,901 


1,067 




9,637 


9,872 


10,220 


10,647 


10,010 


9,448 


Prince George 1 s 


70,591 


860 




12,786 


12,215 


12,708 


12,295 


10,554 


9,173 


Queen Anne' s 


2,377 






422 


426 


440 


428 


331 


330 


St. Mary's 


5,168 


66 




990 


923 


982 


893 


679 


635 


Somerset 


2,052 






391 


413 


364 


365 


282 


237 


Talbot 


2,265 






388 


393 


442 


369 


369 


304 


Washington 


11,040 


126 




1,906 


1,918 


2,087 


1,821 


1,631 


1,551 


Wicomico 


6,317 


121 


1 


1,142 


1,075 


.1,120 


1,042 


926 


890 


Worcester 


3,140 






553 


523 


584 


499 


514 


467 



••'•'Data for Baltimore City are as of October 31, 1975. 



TABLE 

10 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1975 



[minis ter ing Department 
Institution 


Grand 
To tal 




Elementary Enrollment 


by Cradc 


lo ta L 

E 1 GlRGIl" 

taxy 


D ro . 

r r e~ 

kinde x • 
ga r ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 * 


Special 


Other 


; 1 State 


2,852 


1,692 


■ 




1 , 269 


310 


1 






25 


34 


23 


17 


13 


; rtment of Health and Mental Hygiene 


1,782 


969 


- 


- 


760 


209 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ital Retardation Administration 


693 


631 


- 


- 


631 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


eat Lakes Center 


229 


229 


* 


- 


229 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


- 


- 


rtryton Center 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Uy Center 


95 


50 


- 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


sewood Center 


352 


352 




- 


352 




- 


■ 






■ 






- 


ctor Cullen Center 


14 




























'1 tal Hygiene Administration 


246 


129 


- 


- 


129 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■ - 


- 


- 


ifton T. Perkins Hospital 


24 


- 




- 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


stern Shore Hospital (Agnew School) 


58 


31 


- 


- 


31 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


gional Institute for Children & Adolescents 


100 


83 


- 


- 


83 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ring Grove Hospital 


26 




























ringfield State Hospital 


38 


15 






15 


_ 


















J enile Services Administration 


843 


209 


- 


- 




209 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


y's Forestry Camps 


164 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


■ 




* 


- 


- 


y's Village of Maryland 


75 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


* 


- 


ryland Children's Center 


77 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






ryland Training School 


300 




- 


- 






- 


- 




■ 










ntrose School 


227 










209 ^ 


















e . of Public Safety & Correctional Services 


451 


280 






66 


101 


i 






25 


34 


23 


17 


13 


mmunity Rehabilitation & Release Center 


11 


5 






2 


3 


















ryland Correctional Camp Centers 


69 


38 






38 




















ryland Correctional Institution 


129 


100 






26 










17 


29 


12 


7 


9 


ryland Correctional Institution for Women 


40 


39 










i 






8 


5 


11 


10 


4 


ryland Correctional Training Center 


202 


98 








98 


















tr Institutions 


619 


443 






443 




















pt. of Education, Rehabilition Center 


44 




























. School for the Deaf - Columbia 


90 


90 






90 




















. School for the Deaf - Frederick 


451 


324 






324 




















tuxent Institute 


21 


16 






16 




















of Md. School of Medicine, Psychiatric Institute 


13 


13 






13 





















TABLE 

10 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1975 



Administering Department 


Secondary Enrollment by Grade 


Institution 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


1, 160 


687 


443 


- 


- 


8 


7 


7 


8 


Department of Health & Mental Hygiene 


813 


524 


289 


_ 




- 


_ 


_ 


- 


Mental Retardation Administration 


62 


62 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Great Oaks Center 


- 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Henry ton Center 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Holly Center 


45 


45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Rosewood Center 








- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Victor Cullen Center 


1 L 


14 
















Mental Hygiene Administration 


117 


87 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Clifton T. Perkins Hospital 


24 


20 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Eastern Shore Hospital (Agnew School) 


27 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Regional Institute for Children & Adolescents 


17 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Spring Grove State Hospital 


26 




26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield State Hospital 




23 
















Juvenile Services Administration 


634 


375 


259 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boy's Forestry Camps 


164 


_ 


164 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boy's Village of Maryland 


75 


75 


_ 


- 


- . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Children's Center 


77 


- 


77 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Training School 


300 


300 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montrose School 


18 




18 














Dept. of Public Safety & Correctional Services 


171 


31 


110 






8 


7 


7 


8 


Community Rehabilitation & Release Center 


6 




6 














Maryland Correctional Camp Centers 


31 


31 
















Maryland Correctional Institution 


29 










7 


7 


7 


8 


Maryland Correctional Institution for Women 


1 










1 








Maryland Correctional Training Center 


104 




104 














Other Institutions 


176 


132 


44 














Department of Education, Rehabilation Center 


44 




44 














Maryland School for the Deaf - Columbia 




















Maryland School for the Deaf - Frederick 


127 


127 
















Patuxent Institute 


5 


5 
















U. Of Md. School of Medicine, Psychiatric Institute 





















TABLE 

11 

Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 








Number of 


Schoo 1 s 








Total 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 

an A / i~w 

unci / {j l 

Kinder- 
gar ten 

An 1 ir* 

mi Ly « 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


io cai 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 
j 


To ta 1 


Middle 


Other 


Number 
Different 
Teachers 


LO Lai jLaLc 


128 168 


92 214 


14,455 


5,838 


71,921 


35,954 


671 


261 


260 


69 


81 


10 


71 


7,356.7 


Allegany 


2,074 


1 , 4 JD 


i 1 1 

L J/. 


7f> 


1 ?fi7 


639 


11 


3 


7 


1 








110.8 


Annp ATiindpl 


8,072 


^ 7 A ^ 


1 , loo 


L~*.L 

*4 JH 




2,307 


41 


20 


13 


3 


5 




5 


423.7 


Dn 1 f- t m /-\ £1 1 t~ IT 

DdJ-llIUOic L«X uy 


£ q , \j \j \j 


18,116 


1,286 


1,211 


15,619 


9,944 


114 


31 


50 


16 


17 


7 


10 


1,647.6 


Ba 1 timore 


L J , J J J 


18,286 


2,824 


1,188 


14,274 


7, 269 


120 


51 


45 


13 


11 


1 


10 


I, 514. 1 


Laiver u 


645 


JiJ 


4U 


L L 


455 


122 


5 


2 


2 




1 


1 




42. 1 


Caroline 


142 


111 






ill 
ill 


31 


2 


- 


1 


- 


i 




1 


25.0 


Carrol 1 


500 




7 l 
/ 1 


07 


J 7 7 


3 


6 


2 


3 




1 




1 


26.5 


Cecil 


1 , HyO 


1,063 


50 


60 


953 


433 


11 


2 


4 


1 


4 


- 


4 


103. 3 


Charles 


1 7 7 1 
1 , / / 1 


1,428 


83 


56 


1,289 


343 


8 


2 


3 


1 


2 


- 


2 


73.0 


Dorches ter 


171 


171 


14 


/. /. 


11 J 




2 




2 










11.6 


Frederick 


1,890 


1 , 500 


312 


Di 


1 , 1 J J 


390 


18 


7 


6 


3 


2 




2 


115.6 


Garr e tt 
















- 


- 






- 






Har ford 




1,468 


291 


Ilk 


1,003 


1 , 166 


11 


5 


4 


1 


1 




1 


145.4 


Howard 


JjUjD 


2,987 


1,132 


170 


1,685 


49 


33 


20 


10 




3 




3 


160.4 


Kent 


178 


178 




18 


160 




2 




2 


- 








14.0 


Montgomery 


23,166 


17,809 


4,238 


948 


12,623 


5,357 


150 


73 


53 


13 


11 




11 


1,506.0 


Prince George' s 


21,620 


16,117 


2,370 


1,109 


12,638 


5,503 


93 


35 


39 


& 10 


9 




9 


990. 1 


Queen Anne' s 


180 


90 


30 




60 


90 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


28.0 


St. Mary's 


2,782 


1,819 


110 


82 


1,627 


963 


16 


4 


6 


3 


3 


1 


2 


159.0 


Somerset 


76 


45 


1 




44 


31 


2 








2 




2 


2.0 


Talbot 


917 


611 


31 


41 


539 


306 


3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


41.0 


Washington 


2,182 


1,307 


52 


68 


1,187 


875 


11 




3 


3 


5 




5 


150.5 


Wicomico 


748 


748 


214 


75 


459 




8 


2 


6 










43.8 


Worcester 


273 


140 




22 


118 


133 


1 








1 




1 


23.2 



*Prekindergarten only: Allegany, 1; Anne Arundel, 14; Baltimore City, 17; Baltimore, 34; CalverT, 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 1; Frederick, 6; Harford, 3; 
Howard, 15; Montgomery, 63; Prince George' s, 25; Queen Anne's, 1; St. Mary's, 2; Talbot, 1; Wicomico, 2. 



TABLE 

12 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Number of Pupils 




Number of 


Schools 








Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Pr e kinder — 
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 


78,181 


55,354 


77 


1,788 


53,489 


22,827 


198 


1 


143 


40 


14 


8 


6 


3,690. 1 


Allegany 


1,793 


1,154 


- 


- 


1, 154 


639 


6 




5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


95.6 


Anne Arundel 


4,440 


3,001 




100 


2,901 


1 ,439 


7 






2 


1 




1 


191. 1 


Baltimore City 


21,438 


13,620 


16 


586 


13,018 


7,818 


54 




35 


12 


7 


7 




1,012.6 


Baltimore 


15, 193 


11,677 


- 


399 


11,278 


3,516 


36 


- 


29 


7 


- 


- 


- 


731.7 


Calvert 


153 


153 






153 


- 


1 


- 


1 










7.0 


Caroline 


142 


111 




" 


111 


31 


2 




1 


- 


■ 1 




1 


25.0 


Carroll 


270 


270 






270 




1 




I 










9. / 


Cecil 


ceo 
558 


558 




28 


530 








3 








"_ 


-0 . D 


Charles 


1,621 


1,321 


- 


41 


1,280 


300 


4 


- 


3 




1 


- 


1 


_>o. U 


Dorchester 




— 








- 




- 


- 












Frederick 


1,308 


981 




17 


964 


327 


5 




3 


2 








69.5 


Garrett 






























Harford 


1 , 01)0 


599 




56 


543 


907 


5 


_ 


2 


1 
1 








83.8 


Howard 


1,381 


1,381 




29 


1,352 




5 




5 










□ 1.0 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


11,090 


8,342 


15 


163 


8,164 


2,748 


29 




21 


6 


2 




2 


599.0 


Prince George' s 


13,377 


9,583 


46 


275 


9,262 


3,794 


29 


1 


22 


6 








544.7 


Queen Anne' s 






























St. Mary's 


2,488 


1,657 




46 


1,611 


831 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




116.8 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


574 


268 






268 


306 


L 








1 




1 


15.5 


Washington 


603 


432 




20 


412 


171 


2 




1 


1 








28.8 


Wicomico 


246 


246 




28 


218 




1 




1 










13.2 


Worcester 































TABLE 

13 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 









Number of 


Pupils 








Number of 


Schoo 1 s 








Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 


Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


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


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


To ta 1 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


49,987 


36,860 


14,378 


4,050 


18,432 


13, 127 


473 


260 


117 


29 


67 


2 


65 


3,666.6 


Al 1 egany 


281 


281 


132 


36 


113 




5 


3 


2 




- 


- 


- 


15.2 


Anne Arundel 


3,632 


2,764 


1,168 


334 


1,262 


868 


34 


£U 


9 


1 


4 


- 


4 


232.6 


Baltimore City 


6,622 


4,496 


1,270 


625 


2,601 


2, 126 


60 


1 1 


LJ 


4 


10 




10 


635.0 


Bal timore 


10,362 


6,609 


2,824 


789 


2,996 


3,753 


84 




1 ft 


6 


11 


1 


10 


782.4 


Calvert 


492 


370 


46 


22 


302 


122 


4 


2 


1 


- 


1 


1 




35. 1 


Caro 1 ine 




- 


- 


- 


- 












* 


* 






Carroll 


230 


227 


71 


27 


129 


3 


5 


2 


- 


- 


1 


* 


1 


16.8 


Cecil 


938 


505 


50 


32 


423 


433 


8 


2 


1 


1 


H 




4 


76. 8 


Charles 


150 


107 


83 


15 


9 


43 


s 4 


2 




1 


1 




1 


15.0 


Dorchester 


171 


171 


14 


44 


113 


- 


2/ 




2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11.6 


Frederick 


582 


519 


312 


36 


171 


63 


13 


7 


3 


1 


2 




2 


46.1 


Garrett 












- 


- 






- 








- 


Harford 


1, 128 


869 


291 


118 


460 


259 


8 


5 


«f 




1 




1 


61.6 


Howard 


1,655 


1,606 


1,132 


141 


333 


49 


28 


20 


5 




3 




3 


Q A A 

70. O 


Kent 


178 


178 




18 


160 




2 




2 












Montgomery 


12,076 


9,467 


4,223 


785 


4,459 


2,609 


121 


73 


32 


7 


9 




9 


907.0 


Prince George' s 


8,243 


6,534 


2,324 


834 


3,376 


1,709 


64 


34 


17 


4 


9 




9 


445.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


180 


90 


30 




60 


90 


3 


1 






1 




1 


28.0 


St. Mary's 


294 


162 


110 


36 


16 


132 


7 


4 




1 


2 




2 


42.2 


Somerset 


76 


45 


1 




44 


31 


2 








2 




2 


2.0 


Talbot 


343 


343 


31 


41 


271 




2 


1 


1 










25.5 


Washington 


1,579 


875 


52 


48 


775 


704 


9 




2 


2 


5 




5 


121.7 


Wicomico 


502 


502 


214 


47 


241 




7 


jr 


5 










30.6 


Worcester 


273 


140 




22 


118 


133 


1 












1 


23. 2 



*Prekindergarten only: Allegany, 1; Anne AiundcL, 14; Baltimore City, 17; Baltimore, 34; Calvert v{ , 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 1; Frederick, 6; Harford, 3; 
Howard, 15; Montgomery, 63; Prince George's, 25; Queen Anne's, 1; St. Mary's, 2; Talbot, 1; Wicomico, 2. 



TABLE 

14 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



Local Unit 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 




128, 168 


92, 214 


14 ,455 


5,838 


1,658 


3,165 


8 


, 762 


8,405 


8, 534 


8, 


725 


9,006 


9,782 


7, 137 


6,747 


2,074 


1,435 


132 


36 


14 


99 




140 


150 


131 




155 


153 


143 


138 


144 


8,072 


5,765 


1,168 


434 




675 




500 


473 


476 




458 


447 


514 


321 


299 


28,060 


18,116 


1,286 


1,211 


439 


1,210 


1 


,784 


1,695 


1,709 


1, 


866 


1,869 


2,306 


1,401 


1,340 


25,555 


18,286 


2,824 


1,188 


310 


502 


1 


,687 


1,624 


1,679 


L, 


671 


1,853 


1,924 


1,581 


1,443 


645 


523 


46 


22 


- 






67 


62 


69 




56 


55 


64 


42 


40 


142 


111 


_ 


_ 


Ill 






_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


500 


497 


71 


27 


12 






64 


53 


54 




55 


• 50 


47 


32 


32 


1,496 


1,063 


50 


60 


22 


6 




130 


122 


122 




143 


153 


147 


56 


52 


1,771 


1,428 


83 


56 


9 






164 


165 


234 




168 


163 


153 


119 


114 


171 


171 


14 


44 


- 


- 




29 


33 


20 




22 


5 


4 






1,890 


1,500 


312 


53 


— 


- 




140 


145 


140 




113 


146 


154 


154 


143 


2,634 


1,468 


291 


174 








180 


130 


_ 

153 




141 


_ 

139 


154 


52 


54 


3,036 


2,987 


1,132 


170 


17 


260 




146 


138 


143 




147 


199 


219 


210 


206 


178 


178 




18 








21 


21 


21 




20 


19 


20 


21 


17 


23,166 


17,809 


4,238 


948 


463 


170 


1 


,506 


1,502 


1,522 


1, 


623 


1,579 


1,639 


1,325 


1,294 


21,620 


16,117 


2,370 


1, 109 


182 


220 


1 


,633 


1,563 


1,559 


1, 


556 


1,649 


1,697 


1,343 


1,236 


180 


90 


30 










10 


9 


11 




7 


14 


9 






2,782 


1,819 


110 


82 








199 


192 


190 




198 


220 


223 


207 


198 


76 


45 


1 










6 


6 


2 




11 


6 


13 






917 


611 


31 


41 








76 


73 


70 




92 


71 


95 


25 


37 


2,182 


1,307 


52 


68 


51 






185 


164 


151 




145 


149 


187 


81 


74 


748 


748 


214 


75 


28 


23 




73 


67 


58 




58 


46 


53 


29 


24 


273 


140 




22 








22 


18 


20 




20 


21 


17 







Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 



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 



TABLE 

14 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


35,954 


D OO 


"\n ? 

JU L 


2,970 


2,920 


8,322 


7,838 


6,833 


6,081 


Allegany 


639 






- 


- 


192 


155 


146 


146 


Anne Arundel 


2,307 


- 


236 


176 


172 


509 


459 


414 


341 


Baltimore City 


9,944 


267 




908 


928 


2,243 


2,108 


1,807 


1,683 


Bal timore 


7 , 269 






623 


598 


l , 6B2 


1 , 634 


1 ,429 


1 , 274 


Calvert 


122 






23 


22 


24 


19 


21 


13 


Caroline 


31 


J 1 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


433 


2 




59 


72 


67 


86 


79 


68 


Charles 


343 






44 


46 


JO 


CQ 




51 


Dorchester 




















Frederick 


390 


32 




39 


38 


83 


84 


65 


49 


Garrett 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


1,166 






52 


60 


305 


296 


244 


209 


Howard 


49 


49 
















Kent 




















Montgomery 


5,357 


85 


24 


390 


370 


l, 185 


1,198 


1,074 


1,031 


Prince George' s 


5,503 


158 


11 


422 


356 


1,409 


1,238 


1,053 


856 


Queen Anne' s 


90 






12 


5 


20 


19 


20 


14 


St. Mary's 


963 


18 




35 


51 


257 


240 


190 


172 


Somerset 


31 






7 


12 


8 i* 


1 


2 


1 


Talbot 


306 






58 


59 


50 


45 


47 


47 


Washington 


875 




2 


98 


110 


200 


178 


164 


123 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 


133 






24 


21 


30 


19 


22 


17 



Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



TABLE 

15 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


To ta 1 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


78,181 


55,354 


77 


1,788 


258 


2,352 


5, 


784 


5,783 


6,092 


6,327 


6,588 


7, 


290 


6,671 


6,344 


Allegany 


1,793 


1,154 


_ 




- 


- 




140 


150 


131 


155 


153 




143 


138 


144 


Anne Arundel 


4,440 


3,001 


- 


100 


- 


601 




261 


257 


281 


278 


285 




336 


303 


299 


Baltimore City 


21,438 


13,620 


16 


586 


60 


1,203 


L, 


374 


1,327 


1,376 


1,512 


1,512 


1, 


921 


1,393 


1,340 


Bal timore 


15,193 


11,677 


- 


399 


33 


387 


It 


242 


1,219 


1,256 


1,284 


1,416 


li 


462 


1,552 


1,427 


Calvert 


153 


153 


- 


- 








17 


18 


23 


19 


12 




20 


22 


22 


Caroline 


142 


111 




_ 


111 


- 






■ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 


Carroll 


270 


270 


- 


- 


- 


- 




40 


36 


33 


36 


35 




36 


27 


27 


Cecil 


558 


558 


- 


28 


- 


- 




62 


76 


64 


77 


77 




72 


51 


51 


Charles 


1,621 


1,321 


- 


41 








164 


165 


234 


168 


163 




153 


119 


114 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,308 


981 


_ 


17 


- 


- 




l fi l 

L\J L 


120 


112 


95 


120 




1 ^7 


147 


132 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


Harford 


1,506 


599 


- 


56 








86 


67 


89 


83 


73 




86 


29 


30 


Howard 


1,381 


1,381 


- 


29 




161 




98 


112 


112 


127 


177 




195 


183 


187 


Kent 


































Montgomery 


11,090 


8,342 


15 


163 


54 






856 


870 


964 


1,032 


1,011 


I. 


106 


1,153 


1,118 


Prince George' s 


13,377 


9,583 


46 


275 






If 


029 


1,070 


1,114 


1,123 


1,223 


1, 


257 


1,265 


1,181 


Queen Anne' s 


































St. Mary's 


2,488 


1,657 




46 








199 


190 


187 


197 


219 




214 


207 


198 


Somerset 


































Talbot 


574 


268 












35 


47 


32 


55 


38 




61 






Washington 


603 


432 




20 








49 


31 


54 


54 


46 




62 


60 


56 


Wicomico 


246 


246 




28 








31 


28 


30 


32 


28 




29 


22 


18 


Worcester 



































Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



TABLE 

15 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


22,827 


211 


236 


749 


745 


5,921 


5,672 


4,908 


-,385 


Al legany 


J7 


- 


- 






1 Q 7 

I 7 L 




1 Lfx 
LHv 


1 A ft 


Anne Arundel 


1 , *4 J7 


- 


236 






7 A 1 


ill 


707 
L7 1 


7 "J Q 


Baltimore City 


7 ft 1 ft 


134 


- 


^A 1 


^ 7 

J JZ 


1 , ooU 


} fin l 


1 ^77 


1 An 7 


Ba 1 timor e 


J) JlD 






Q 
7 


1 J 


l nn 1 

I , UU 1 


Q 7 *i 


A 1 Q 


077 


Calvert 




_ 


_ 














Car o 1 ine 




31 


- 














Carro 1 1 




- 


- 














Cecil 




- 


- 














v^naX ICS 


ion 






44 


46 


58 


59 


56 


37 


Dorchester 




_ 


_ 














Frederick 


7 "7 


- 


- 


7 7 


ZD 


7Q 


R 1 
1 


j 


49 






- 


- 














Harford 


7U / 










264 


255 


204 


184 


Howard 








_ 


_ 










Kef:t 




















Montgomery 


2,748 


46 




45 


44 


707 


675 


603 


628 


Prince George's 


3,794 










1,076 


1,032 


931 


755 


Queen Anne ' s 




















St. Mary's 


831 






25 


25 


233 


2 20 


169 


159 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


306 






58 


59 




45 


47 


47 


Washington 


171 










40 


47 


44 


40 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 





















TABLE 

16 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


49,987 


36 ,860 


14,378 


4,050 


1,400 


813 


2,978 


2,622 


2,442 


2,398 


2,418 


2,492 


466 


403 


Allegany 


281 


281 


132 


36 


14 


99 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


3,632 


2,764 


1,168 


334 




74 


239 


216 


195 


180 


162 


178 


18 


- 


Baltimore City 


6,622 


4,496 


1,270 


625 


379 


7 


410 


368 


333 


354 


357 


385 


8 




Ba 1 timor e 


10, 362 


6,609 


2,824 


789 


277 


115 


4^5 


405 


423 


387 


437 


462 


29 


16 


Calvert 


492 


370 


46 


22 


_ 


_ 


50 


44 


46 


37 




44 


20 


18 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


230 


227 


71 


27 


12 


- 


24 


17 


21 


19 


15 


11 


5 


5 


Cecil 


938 


505 


50 


32 


22 


6 


68 


46 


58 


66 


76 


75 


5 


1 


Char 1 e s 


150 


107 


83 


15 


9 




















Dorchester 


171 


171 


14 


44 




_ 


29 


33 


20 


22 


' 5 


4 


- 


- 


Frederick 


582 


519 


312 


36 


- 


- 


39 


25 


28 


18 


26 


17 


7 


11 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 






■- { 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


1 , 128 


869 


291 


118 






94 


63 


64 


58 


66 


68 


23 


24 


Howard 


1,655 


1,606 


1,132 


141 


17 


99 


48 


26 


31 


20 


22 


24 


27 


19 


Kent 


178 


178 




18 






21 


21 


21 


20 


19 


20 


21 


17 


Montgomery 


12,076 


9,467 


4,223 


785 


409 


170 


650 


632 


558 


591 


568 


533 


172 


176 


Prince George' s 


8,243 


6,534 


2,324 


834 


182 


220 


604 


493 


445 


433 


426 


440 


78 


55 


Queen Anne ' s 


180 


90 


30 








10 


9 


11 


7 


14 


9 






St. Mary's 


294 


162 


110 


36 








2 


3 


1 


1 


9 






Somerset 


76 


45 


1 








6 


6 


2 


11 


6 


13 






Talbot 


343 


343 


31 


41 






41 


26 


38 


37 


33 


34 


25 


37 


Washington 


1,579 


875 


52 


48 


51 




136 


133 


97 


91 


103 


125 


21 


18 


Wicomico 


502 


502 


214 


47 


28 


23 


42 


39 


28 


26 


18 


24 


7 


6 


Worcester 


273 


140 




22 






22 


18 


20 


20 


21 


17 







TABLE 

16 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1975 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


To tal 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


13,127 


HI 1 


/■ /■ 

DO 


2,221 


2,175 


2,401 


2,166 


1,925 


1,696 


Allegany 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


868 


_ 


_ 


176 


172 


168 


132 


117 


103 


Baltimore City 


2,126 


133 




367 


396 


363 


307 


280 


280 


Bait imo r e 


~K 7 SI 




Q 


614 


585 


681 


659 


610 


575 


Calvert 


122 






23 


22 


24 


19 


21 


13 


Caroline 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


433 


2 




59 


72 


67 


86 


79 


68 




43 


43 
















Dorchester 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


63 


32 




12 


12 


4 


3 


- 


- 


Garrett 


- 


















Harford 


259 






J I 


OU 


A 1 


A 1 


AH 


tj 


Howard 


49 


49 
















Kent 




















Montgomery 


2,609 


39 


24 


345 


326 


478 


523 


471 


403 


Prince George' s 


1,709 


158 


11 


422 


356 


333 


206 


122 


101 


Queen Anne' s 


90 






12 


5 


20 


19 


20 


14 


St. Mary's 


132 


18 




10 


26 


24 


20 


21 


13 


Somerset 


31 






7 


12 


8 




2 


1 


Talbot 




















Washington 


704 




2 


98 


110 


160 


131 


120 


83 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 


133 






24 


21 


30 


19 


22 


17 



TABLE 

17 

Total Number of Maryland Children in Special Education Programs: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


To fa 1 
1U Lai 


Nonpublic 

( a t Pi i h 1 i r 






Maryland Public 


Schools 








Home 
and 

Ho cni 1" a 1 


Itinerant 
Services 


Self -Contained Classroom Services 


Resource Room Services 


Total 


Infant and 
Preschool 


Grades 

1-19 


Total 


Infant and 
Preschool 


Grades 

1-19 


Total State 


91,556 


2,070 


3,788 


30,078 


21,715 


847 


20,868 


33,905 


38 


33,867 


Allegany 


1,112 


1 


66 


408 


282 


- 


282 


355 


- 


355 


Anne Arundel 


6,787 


61 


140 


3,080 


1,390 


40 


1,350 


2,116 


- 


2,116 


Baltimore City 


21,486 


559 


537 


4,204 


7 9S1 


151 


7 109 


8 933 




8,933 


Baltimore 


11,041 


168 


472 


5,150 


3,144 


167 


2,977 


2,107 


- 


2,107 


Calvert 


777 


1 


42 


233 


326 


- 


326 


175 


- 


175 


Caroline 


572 


2 


30 


91 


44 


- 


44 


405 


- 


405 


Carroll 


1,999 


10 


232 


672 


515 


150 


365 


570 


- 


570 


Cecil 


997 


11 


43 


311 


L LV 




9 1 n 


Ll 1 

4ZZ 




H £. L 


Charles 


2,067 


8 


96 


619 


485 


_ 


485 


859 


18 


841 


Dorchester 


862 


2 


22 


228 


73 


- 


73 


537 


- 


< 537 


Frederick 


2,032 


22 


106 


570 


547 


275 


272 


787 


- 


787 


Garrett 


1,110 


1 


43 


358 


111 




111 


597 


20 


C ~l ~l 


Harford 


2,469 


14 


216 


864 


610 


4 


606 


765 




765 


Howard 


2,875 


40 


196 


1,006 


265 




265 


1,368 




1,368 


Kent 


445 


5 


34 


105 


25 




25 


276 




276 


Montgomery 


12,816 


940 


737 


5,339 


2,720 


41 


2,679 


3,080 




3,080 


Prince George' s 


15,514 


190 


640 


4,945 


2,579 




2,579 


7,160 




7,160 


Queen Anne ' s 


561 


2 


7 


119 


18 




18 


415 




415 


St. Mary's 


1,543 


1 


53 


465 


414 




414 


610 




610 


Somerset 


139 


6 


11 


81 


41 




41 








Talbot 


705 


1 




247 


66 




66 


391 




391 


Washington 


1,742 


5 


65 


500 


347 


17 


330 


825 




825 


Wicomico 


1,427 


16 




355 


217 


2 


215 


839 




839 


Worcester 


478 


4 




128 


33 




33 


313 




313 



TABLE 

18 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1975 



Local Unit 




Enrollment 






Number of Centers 






















Total 


Pre schoo 1 


E 1 emen tary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre cr~hrt*~» 1 


Llementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


81,903 


602 


34, 729 


46,572 


481 


19 


307 




Allegany 


365 


- 


- 


265 


5 


- 


- 


*5 


Anne Arundel 


2,041 


12 


470 


1,559 


14 


- 


6 


g 


Baltimore City 


15,693 


125 


7,723 


7 ,845 


55 


- 


45 


10 


Ba 1 timore 


10,847 


- 


5,057 


5, 790 


75 


- 


63 


1 2 


Ca 1 ver t 


373 


~ 


62 


311 


5 


- 


3 


2 


Caroline 


275 


34 


120 


121 


5 


3 


1 


1 


Carroll 


565 


98 


288 


179 


14 


3 


9 


* 2 


Cecil 


472 


- 


- 


472 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Charles 


339 




8 


331 


3 




1 


2 


Dorchester 


383 


56 


120 


207 


5 


1 


1 


3 


Frederick 


1,699 


12 


371 


1,316 


26 


- 


14 


*12 


Garrett 




- 


- 






- 


- 




Harford 


3,732 




1,621 


2,111 


35 


- 


26 


*9 


Howard 


1, 315 




447 


868 


3 




1 
1 


2 


Kent 


403 




318 


85 


5 




4 


1 


-* 


















Montgomery 


21,819 




11,421 


10,398 


125 




78 


*47 


Prince George ' s 


16,186 


181 


4,645 


11,360 


73 


9 


41 


*23 


Queen Anne' s 


235 




185 


50 


2 




1 


1 


St. Mary's 


776 




210 


566 


5 




2 


3 


Somerset 


471 




471 




2 




2 




Talbot 


136 






136 


2 






2 


Washing ton 


2,323 


70 


282 


1,971 


5 


.* 2 


1 


*2 


Wicomico 


924 


14 


600 


310 


9 




5 


3 


Worces ter 


531 




310 


221 











^Includes combined centers with elementary and secondary programs. 



Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975 



Loca 1 Uni t 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federa 1 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


State 


Loca 1 


Head 


Start 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Enr ich- 


ment 


Remedial 


Migrant 


< 

to 
(M 


Otlier 


& Local 


Original 
(Credits) 


CO 

3 -H 
■r-t CD 

o u 

OS 


Enrich- 
ment 


: Driver 
Education 


Total State 


602 


9 


3 


137 


137 


230 


34,729 


712 


1 1 , 006 


138 


15, 


818 




055 


46,572 


266 


664 


6 34 


1 2 , 409 


8,079 


17,280 


5,703 


Al legany 


- 




























365 




- 


15 


350 




- 




Anne Arundel 


12 








I L 




470 




h i 






zoo 




1 A 1 


1 , 559 




- 




A 1 fl 
O 1 u 


OAS} 

zoo 


645 


7 A 
JO 


Baltimore City 


125 








125 




7,723 


_ 


7,723 


_ 










7 ,845 


_ 


664 


_ 




612 


6,490 




Bal timore 






- 


- 


- 




5,057 


- 


500 


- 


3, 


855 




702 


5, 790 


- 




- 


2, 120 


84 




679 


Calvert 














62 














62 


311 




_ 




139 




39 


7 5 


Caroline 


34 






34 




- 


120 


120 














121 


121 


- 








- 




Carroll 


98 


9 


g 






- 


288 










241 




47 


179 




- 




23 


24 


78 


54 


Cecil 


■ 












~ 
















472 




- 


123 


349 








Charles 














8 














8 


331 








120 


46 


155 


10 


Dorchester 


56 






56 






120 


100 












20 


207 


127 






80 








Frederick 


12 






12 






37 1 


8 












363 


1,316 


10 


- 




840 


63 


338 


19 


Garrett 


































- 








- 




Harford 














1,621 










566 


1 


055 


2,111 






98 


364 


103 


97 


1,449 


Howard 
























223 




224 


868 








255 


143 


375 


95 


Kent 














318 










181 




137 


85 








18 




44 


23 


Montgomery 














11,421 




1,461 




8, 


725 


1 


235 


10,398 








3,189 


4,205 


735 


2,091 


Prince George' s 


181 










181 


4, 645 








1, 


7 39 


2 


906 


11,360 






132 


2,485 


2,429 


5,879 


221 


Queen Anne' s 














185 


150 












35 


50 






50 










St. Mary's 














210 




210 












566 






119 


194 


66 


128 




Somer se t 














471 


251 


220 




























Talbot 






























136 








90 






46 


Washington 


70 






21 




49 


282 


24 




138 








120 


1,971 


3 




97 


806 


36 


74 


895 


Wicomico 


14 






14 






600 


27 


573 












310 


5 






166 




139 




Worcester 














310 


32 


278 












221 








211 






10 



I. TABLE 

! 20 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1975-76 

Grades Prek.-6 





Total 


Physi- 
cal 

T 1 1 - 
111 

ne s s 


Physi- 
cal 
D i sa — 

Dili Ly 


Men ' <a 1 
Ill- 
ness 


Men ta 1 

Disa- 

bility 


Em— 
ploy- 
men t 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 

compa ti- 
bility 
wi th 

School* 


Court 
Action 


Eco- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 


Dg 3 th 


Local Unit 


Includ- 

Death 


Exclud- 
ing 
Death 


Expul- 
s ion/ 


Im- 
ma tur- 
ity/ 


Other 


ll State 


1,761 


1,701 


22 


55 


1 


- 




1 


L 


24 


16 


2 


1 1 


981 


68 


515 


60 


Ulegany 


13 


13 


3 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


2 


- 


4 


1 






Vnne Arundel 


49 


43 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






31 


1 1 


_ 


6 


Baltimore City 


1,253 


1,253 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


15 


- 


- 


_ 


700 


2 


484 




ial timore 


62 


58 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


10 


27 


15 


4 


Calvert 


15 


14 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


10 


_ 


- 


1 


Caroline 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


Carroll 


13 


10 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 




4 




1 


3 




14 


14 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 




6 


3 


2 


_ 


Charles 


1 ^ 


l ? 

L L 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




11 




- 


1 


)orchester 


g 


7 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


4 


_ 


- 


1 


? reder ick. 


7 


4 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 








2 


1 






3 


5arrett 


« 3 


3 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








2 


. 


larford 


34 


27 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






4 


8 


14 




7 


loward 


2 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


2 


^ent 


2 


2 


















1 






1 








lontgomery 


72 


62 


1 








1 








1 






43 


6 


10 


10 


'rince George ' s 


79 


65 


1 


1 


1 










2 


7 






53 






14 


Jueen Anne' s 




































it. Mary's 


11 


9 




1 






1 






1 








6 






2 


iomerset 


4 


4 




1 














I 






2 








?albot 


2 


1 










1 




















1 


'ashing ton 


87 


86 


2 






















84 






1 


'icomico 


8 


5 
























2 


3 




3 


'orcester 


7 


7 


1 




















3 


1 


1 


1 





JhVmpatibility between school and pupil (16 yeaTs of age and over). 
Exilsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 
Un;r compulsory attendance age. 



TABU 

20 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1975-76 

Grades 7-12 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 

T 1 1 
111- 

ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Di sa- 
b i 1 i ty 


ri 1 3. 1 
Ill- 
ness 


Men 1 3 1 
Disa- 
bility 


ploy- 

ment 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 

bility 

with 
School" 


Court 
Ac t i on 


Eco- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


\\r\r\ o- 
UuQc" 


— 

Deatl 


Includ- 
ing 


Exclud- 
ing 

Uca Uil 


Expu 1 - 
sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 
ity 


Other 


ter- 
mined 


Total State 


17,805 


17,712 


44 


206 


15 


8 


903 


296 


359 


13,792 


171 


26 


212 


- 


276 


1,404 


93 


Allegany 


116 


113 


8 


4 


- 


- 


2 


17 


7 


55 


10 


4 


3 




3 


- 


3 


Anne Arundel 


1,432 


1,429 


7 


8 


2 


2 


33 


28 


24 


1,246 


7 


4 


40 




25 


3 


3 


Baltimore City 


8,174 


8,174 


- 


114 


- 


- 


- 


36 


100 


6,640 


• - 


- 




- 


3 


1,281 


- 


Bal timore 


1,568 


1,547 


3 


3 


4 


3 


238 


47 


64 


1,083 


9 


- 






23 


12 


21 


Calvert 


107 


106 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


7 


2 


83 


4 


- 


1 




1 


1 


1 


Caroline 


83 


82 


3 


3 


1 


- 


17 


3 


5 


43 


- 


- 


6 




1 


- 


1 


Carroll 


353 


351 


2 


2 


- 


- 


22 


5 


6 


228 


2 


1 




_ 


12 


71 


2 


Cecil 


321 


319 


2 


4 


1 


- 


3 


10 


3 


228 


10 


- 




- 


38 


20 


2 


Charles 


247 


247 


- 


4 


- 


- 


17 


5 


8 


194 


4 


2 


1 1 




2 it 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


129 


128 


1 


9 


- 


- 


5 


3 


~ 


96 


~ 


1 


D 




7 




1 


Frederick 


266 


260 


- 


5 


1 


1 


14 


11 


7 


166 


3 


7 


28 




17 


- 


6 


Garrett 


71 


70 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


8 


- 


46 


6 


1 






2 




1 


Harford 


448 


443 


1 


- 


- 


- 


30 


14 


11 


336 


- 


i i 


12 




38 




5 


Howard 


220 


218 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


2 


3 


203 














2 


Kent 


93 


93 




1 






i 


1 
1 


J 


7 A 
/ O 


J 


i 






5 






Montgomery 


873 


849 


5 


2 


3 




318 


40 


25 


355 


60 


i 


1 




27 


12 


24 


Prince George' s 


2,073 


2,055 


7 


10 


3 




151 


26 


70 


1,748 


30 


i 






9 




18 


Queen Anne' s 


97 


97 








2 




2 


1 


73 


3 




5 




11 






St. Mary's 


271 


270 


2 








4 


5 


5 


240 


2 




2 




10 




1 


Somerset 


105 


105 


3 


2 






9 


7 


1 


68 


6 




5 




3 


1 




Talbot 


95 


95 




1 








1 


2 


89 




i 


1 










Washing ton 


298 


297 




6 






14 


11 


9 


239 


4 


i 


6 




7 




l' 


Wicomico 


228 


228 




1 






3 


2 


2 


181 






17 




22 






Worcester 


137 


136 




25 








5 


1 


76 


6 




10 




10 


3 


1 



incompatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over). 
/Expulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 



I 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1975-76 

Grades Prek.-6 





n n 1 1 In 1 t" 

Lai ULli U 


Total 


Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


Other Programs 


Adminis- 
tra tive 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Residence 


In 

Same 

Local 

Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 

Another 
State 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
School 


State 
Institution 
wi th 
Educa tion 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Ano ther 
S ta te* 




State 


58,596 


2,141 


56 


27,091 


12,214 


12,635 


2,823 


237 


192 


714 


280 


31 


1 


181 




legany 


553 


27 


- 


237 


50 


220 


9 


- 


1 


7 


2 


- 


- 


- 




ne Arundel 


A, 557 


132 


5 


1,595 


958 


1,621 


97 


40 


14 


31 


55 


3 


1 


5 




ltimore City 


20,757 






13,796 


4,896 




1 932 






_ 








133 




ltimore 


4,835 


283 


39 


1,588 


1,546 


1,088 


108 


49 


23 


67 


36 


6 


- 


2 




lver t 


240 


> 13 


2 


58 


74 


74 


11 


- 


1 


2 


1 


1 


- 


3 




ro 1 int 


271 


2 


- 


61 


73 


118 


2 


- 


6 


2 


1 


- 


- 


6 




rrol 1 


849 


258 


1 


194 


182 


161 


3 


10 


4 


4 


25 


6 


- 


1 




cil 


906 


l n 






107 


407 


1 1 


\ 


4 


11 


9 


I 








ar les 


811 


45 


- 


209 


219 


278 


27 


9 


2 


6 


9 


4 


- 


3 




rchester 


249 


- 


- 


75 


60 


97 


2 


2 


- 


- 


10 


1 


- 


2 




eder ick 


1,021 


10 


- 


419 


192 


348 


26 


2 


3 


8 


10 


3 


■ 






rrett 


198 


1 




/ 4 


35 


71 




O 
L 




3 








I 




rford 


2,447 


469 




718 


323 


836 


31 


20 


8 


14 


26 


2 








ward 


1,028 


38 


1 


186 


326 


426 


10 


11 


9 


19 


2 










nt 


133 


2 




30 


35 


63 




1 




2 












ntgomery 


5,940 


330 


6 


1,920 


886 


2,035 


241 


45 


73 


375 , 


27 






2 




ince George' s 


10,144 


385 




4,208 


1,693 


3,439 


183 


30 


33 


132 


33 


2 




6 




een Anne 1 s 


187 


2 




37 


77 


67 




3 












1 




. Mary's 


1,115 


98 




311 


91 


506 


66 


4 


1 


18 


12 


1 




7 




merse t 


133 






24 


64 


39 


4 














2 




lbot 


195 


3 




38 


69 


53 


20 


3 




3 


6 










shington 


1,082 


19 




586 


74 


364 


23 


1 


1 


6 


6 






2 




comico 


683 


13 


2 


333 


96 


209 


17 


2 




3 


3 






5 




rcester 


262 


1 




49 


88 


115 




2 


■*6 


1 


1 









.other state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 



TABLE 

21 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: 

Grades 7-12 



TABLE 

21 



September - June 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 


Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 


ocnoo i 

in a 
Foreign 
Coun try 


Other Programs 


Admini s- 
tra tive 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Residence 


In 
Same 
Local 
Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
School 


State 
Insti tutior 
with 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Total State 


56,893 


2,549 


60 


35,443 


6,757 


7 ,046 


1 , 381 


176 


200 


400 


1, 275 


112 


861 


633 ] 


Allegany 


215 


17 


1 


53 


22 


91 


5 


1 


— 


5 


18 


1 


- 


1 J 


Anne Arundel 


2,363 


170 


8 


544 


488 


741 


48 


26 


17 


19 


197 


23 


65 


17 


Baltimore City 


34,801 






30,436 


3,057 


- 


942 






- 








366 j 


Baltimore 


2,840 


252 


26 


594 


811 


634 


55 


34 


17 


30 


170 


30 


164 


23 


Calvert 


142 


1 




10 


40 


J / 


3 


2 


4 


4 


12 


2 




7 


Caroline 


130 


" 




11 


i 1 


60 


4 


2 


2 


- 


13 






1 


Carroll 


1,239 


882 


2 


66 


123 


80 




4 


4 


- 


66 


5 


1 


6 


Cecil 


390 






105 


43 


212 


5 




1 


- 


23 








Charles 


591 


4 


2 


79 


117 


190 


7 


10 


1 


1 


82 


4 


65 


29 


Dorchester 


126 


1 




18 


7 1 
J L 


jj 




3 


5 


- 


c 
J 


1 




"7 I 
/ 


Frederick 


562 


3 




146 


94 


213 


10 


5 




10 








i 


Garrett 


99 






12 


29 


32 


1 




1 


- 


21 






3 


Harford 


1,554 


377 




266 


193 


481 


25 


14 


4 


12 


155 


6 


1 


20 


Howard 


614 


41 


1 


75 


175 


265 


3 


6 


11 


10 


10 


9 




8 


Kent 


75 


1 




2 


22 


27 


1 




1 


2 


16 




1 


2 


Montgomery 


3,725 


361 


17 


732 


415 


1,269 


123 


36 


103 


228 


194 


25 


178 


44 1 


Prince George 1 s 


5,795 


418 




1,935 


726 


1,940 


103 


25 


22 


63 


160 


4 


335 


64 


Queen Anne' s 


59 


2 


1 


2 


27 


23 


1 














3 i 


St. Mary's 


477 


3 


2 


67 


74 


269 


16 


2 


4 


3 


25 




6 


6 1 


Somerset 


90 






7 


43 


30 


7 


1 






1 






1 j 


Talbot 


102 


1 




6 


28 


34 


2 


3 






27 






1 


Washington 


523 


7 




183 


81 


177 


18 


1 


2 


7 


36 


1 




10 


Wicomico 


262 


8 




84 


46 


104 






1 


3 


6 






10 


Worcester 


119 






10 


35 


62 


2 


1 




3 


5 


1 







*In another state or territory of the United States, or a United States overseas dependent school. 



TABLE 




Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1976 



T 
I 


Q 1 fin i' t 

a i uu j. t- 





Grand Tot 


al 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Pre 


mo ted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Perccn t. 




ta te 


^ 7 *\7 


823,609 


41,648 


4 


8 


459 


,464 


446,763 


12,701 


2 


8 


405 


,793 


376,846 


28,947 


7.1 


A 


egany 


15,797 


15 


654 


143 





9 


7 


,891 


7 , 784 


107 


1 


3 


7 


,906 


7 A70 


36 


0.5 


A 


e Arundel 


7 S 700 


73 


583 


2,117 


2 


8 


40 


, 370 


39 681 


689 


1 


7 


35 


,330 


T5 QA 1 ) 
J J , 


1,438 


4.0 


D 

D 


t imore C i ty 


1 A 7 AQ 1 

ID J j 47 1 


142 


363 


21 , 128 


12 


9 


90 


,804 


RL QQft 


5 , 806 


6 


4 


72 


,687 


^ "7 1 A 


15, 322 


21.1 


n 

D 


timore 


19 1 9 1 A 


117 


386 


3,828 


3 


1 


60 


,051 


58,503 


1,548 


2 


6 


61 


,163 


58,883 


2,280 


3.7 




ver t 


A ftA 9 
D , OH Z 


6 


572 


270 


3 


9 


3 


,839 


3,753 


86 


2 


2 


3 


,003 


2,819 


184 


6.1 


c 


oline 


5,152 


5 


063 


89 


1 


7 


2 


,692 


L , \J V J 


27 


1 





2,460 


9 7Q ft 

Z , J70 


62 


2.5 


r 


rol 1 


1 Q 1 ?ft 

J. 7 , 1 JO 


18 


904 


234 


1 . 


2 


10 


,434 


10 , 274 


160 


1 


5 


8 


704 


ft A TO 


74 


0.9 


c 


1 1 


1 7 Qftf> 

1 Z , 70D 


12 


680 


306 


2 


3 


7 


,137 


f> 9 Sft 

U) 7 JO 


179 


2 


5 


5 


,849 


^ 7 9 9 


127 


2. 2 


r 


r 1 e s 


1 fi 7£ S 


16 


171 


594 


3. 


5 


9 


,433 


9,269 


164 


1 


7 


7 


,332 


6,902 


430 


5.9 


n 

U 


che s ter 


J , 7JJ 


5 


721 


232 


3. 


9 


3 


, 118 


3,026 


92 


2 


9 


2 


,835 


2,695 


140 


4.9 


F 


der ick 


22,248 


21 


999 


249 


1 


1 


12 


,021 


II !* ? 

III ™ li. 


69 





6 


10 


227 


1 fl OA7 


180 


1.8 


r 


to t- t- 


J , O 7 J 


5 


620 


75 


1. 


3 


3 


,212 


~\ 1 ft ^ 
J) LOJ 


29 





9 


2 


483 


9 A 77 


46 


1.9 


u 
n 


totu 


JJ) jDO 


32 


326 


1,042 


3. 


1 


18 


,350 


17,840 


510 


2 


8 


15 


018 


14,486 


532 


3.5 


u 
n 


ard 


9 7 Q 7 ^ 


23 


503 


432 


1. 


8 


13 


.155 


13,005 


150 


1 


1 


10 


780 


10,498 


282 


2.6 


K 


t 


3:, 466 


3 


311 


155 


4. 


5 


1 


,695 


1,633 


62 


3. 


7 


1 


771 


1,678 


93 


5.3 


M 


tgomery 


120,898 


118 


694 


2,204 


1. 


8 


61 


,607 


60,995 


612 


1 





59 


291 


57,699 


1,592 


2.7 


P 


nee George ' s 


144,873 


139 


088 


5,785 


4. 





77 


,119 


75,874 


1,245 


1. 


6 


67 


754 


63,214 


4,540 


6.7 


Q 


en Anne ' s 


4,720 


4 


636 


84 


1. 


8 


2 


,406 


2,394 


12 


0. 


5 


2 


314 


2,242 


72 


3. 1 


s 


Mary' s 


11,705 


11 


069 


636 


5. 


4 


6 


,755 


6,478 


277 


4. 


1 


4 


950 


4,591 


359 


7.3 


s 


erset 


4,239 


3 


999 


240 


5. 


7 


2,287 


2,188 


99 


4. 


3 


1,952 


1,811 


141 


7.2 


T 


bot 


4,537 


4 


349 


188 


4. 


1 


2 


,347 


2,259 


88 


3. 


7 


2 


190 


2,090 


100 


4.6 


w 


hington 


22,904 


22 


010 


894 


3. 


9 


12 


,232 


11,855 


377 


3. 


1 


10 


672 


10, 155 


517 


4.8 


H 


otnico 


13,404 


12,765 


639 


4. 


8 


7 


319 


7,015 


304 


4. 


1 


6 


085 


750 


335 


5.5 


w 


cester 


6,227 


6 


143 


84 


1. 


3 


3 


190 


3, 181 


9 


0. 


3 


3 


037 


2,962 


75 


2.5 



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



TABLE 

23 

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

June Net Roll, 1976 



First Grade Enrollment 



Number and Percent Not Promoted 



Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


, Percent 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


53 


,455 


27 


,780 


25,675 


3,077 


2,012 


1,065 


5. 


7 


7 . 


2 


4.1 


Al legany 


1 


,067 




537 


530 


61 


44 


17 


5. 


7 


8. 


2 


3.2 


Anne Arundel 


4 


,669 


2 


,455 


2,214 


216 


142 


7< 


4. 


6 


5. 


8 


3.3 


Baltimore City 


1U 


"i ~i i 
, 11 i 


c 

J 


» 343 


4,930 


1 , 190 


771 


A19 


I i . 


O 




4 


Q R 
O • J 


Baltimore 


4 


, 096 


2 


, 135 


1,961 


184 


121 


63 


4 . 


5 


5 . 


7 


3.2 


Calvert 




504 




263 


241 


26 


15 


11 


5 . 


1 


5. 


7 


4.6 


Caroline 




367 




196 


171 


10 


9 


1 


2. 


7 


4. 


6 


0.6 


Carroll 


1 


,353 




725 


628 


54 


38 


16 


4. 





5. 


2 


2.5 


Cecil 


1 


,008 




532 


476 


69 


52 


17 


o . 


Q 



9. 


8 


3.6 


Charles 


1 

L 


, JU / 




DOB 


639 


44 


29 


15 


J . 


/. 


4. 


3 


2.3 


Dorches ter 




436 




225 


211 


43 


28 


15 


y . 


y 


12. 


4 


7.1 


Frederick. 


1 


,634 




823 


811 


29 


/ 

(l 


7 


L. 


8 


2. 


7 


0.9 


Garrett 




480 




222 


258 


t i 
LL 


1 j 


Q 

O 


4. 


4 


5. 


9 




Harford 


2 


,495 


1 


,318 


1,177 


117 


69 


48 


4. 


7 


5. 


2 


4. 1 


Howard 


1 


,823 




969 


854 


40 


30 


10 


2. 


2 


3. 


1 


1.2 


Kent 




212 




104 


108 


15 


9 


6 


7. 


1 


8. 


7 


5.5 


Montgomery 


6 


,757 


3 


,437 


3,320 


196 


121 


75 


2. 


9 


3. 


5 


2.3 


Prince George ' s 


10 


,264 


5 


,399 


4,865 


494 


329 


165 


4. 


8 


6. 


1 


3.4 


Queen Anne ' s 




224 




117 


107 


5 


5 




2. 


2 


4. 


3 




St. Mary's 




923 




498 


425 


71 


53 


18 


7. 


7 


10.6 


4.2 


Somerset 




294 




135 


159 


30 


21 


9 


10. 


2 


15. 


5 


5.7 


Talbot 




332 




175 


157 


46 


26 


20 


13. 


9 


14. 


9 


12.7 


Washington 


1 


,603 




820 


783 


57 


37 


20 


3. 


5 


4. 


5 


2.5 


Wicomico 




917 




471 


446 


56 


27 


29 


6. 


1 


5. 


7 


6.5 


Worcester 




417 




213 


204 


3 


1 


2 


0. 


7 


0. 


5 


1.0 



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



TABLE 

24 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Year 




High School Graduates 


Local Unit 




Total 


Boys 


Girls 


1965-66 




41 


,391 


20,7 30 


20,661 


1966-67 




41 


,084 


20 , 27 1 


20,813 


1967 -68 




42 


,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 


1973-74 




53 


,952 


26,005 


27 947 


1974-75 




55 


,336 


26,469 


28 867 


1975-76 




56 


,063 


26 838 


L J , L L J 








BY LOCAL UNIT - 


- 1975-76 




Al legany 




1 


,246 


691 


555 


Anne Arundel 




4 


,436 


2,172 


2,264 


Baltimore City 




7 


,853 


3,262 


4,591 


Ba 1 t imor e 




9 


,828 


4,755 


5,073 


KjSl iver i- 






404 


187 


217 


Caroline 






322 


162 


160 


Carroll "* ! 




1 


,316 


611 


705 


Cecil 






799 


392 


407 


Cha r 1 e s 






926 


426 


500 


Dor c he s ter 






405 


188 


217 


Frederick 




1 


,481 


723 


758 


Garrett 






332 


168 


164 


[Id L L (J I CI 




1 


,968 


965 


© 1,003 


nu w d i. u 




1 


,516 


727 


789 


1S.C 11 t- 






233 


113 


120 


Montgomery 




9 


563 


4,732 


4,831 


Prince George' s 




9 


186 


4,474 


4,712 


Queen Anne ' s 






321 


■ 160 


161 


St. Mary's 






578 


295 


283 


Somer se t 






226 


105 


121 










■yi 




Talbot 






286 


126 


160 


Washing ton 




1 


,535 


764 


771 


Wicomico 






854 


415 


439 


Worcester 






449 


225 





TABLE 

25 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Enrol 1- 
ment 


English 


Social 
Studies 


Science 


Mathe- 
matics 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


Other 
Foreign 
Lan- 
guages 


Agri- 
culture 


Total State 


421, 169 


492 


977 


406 , 529 


353 


,028 


350 


86 1 


2 , 806 


45 , 138 


51 


344 


*1 


853 


8,052 


Al legany 


8,030 


10 


,856 


8,036 


6 


,687 


u 


199 

L J J 


46 


993 


1 


1 301 






68 


Anne Arundel 


37,334 


41 


,252 


34,838 


30 


,957 


27 


787 


212 


3,416 


2 


914 




908 


281 


Baltimore City 


76 , 198 


86 


,519 


7 2 , 705 


65 


,860 


69 


078 


173 


8,747 


6 


294 


1, 


479 


84 


Baltimore 


62,828 


75 


,430 


59 , 160 


52 


,090 


J 


857 


221 


7,471 


11 


646 


3 


230 


865 


Calvert 


3,157 


3 


.453 


2, 956 


2 


486 


2 


486 




246 




71 






36 


Caroline 


2,546 


3 


,061 


2,752 


2 


,061 


1 


768 


_ 


343 




203 






114 


Carroll 


9,069 


11 


,947 


8,566 


7 


,344 


7 


599 


120 


488 




623 




335 


468 


Cecil 


6 , 194 


8 


,256 


5 , 699 


4 


,962 


4 


917 




■ICQ 




185 




119 


/. Q 
HO 


Charles 


7,615 


8 


,975 


1 , I/O 


6 


,091 


5 


976 




/. 7 A 




345 






c 7 
J / 


Dorchester 


2,992 


3 


,761 


3, i/U 


2 


,487 


2 


767 




"51 -1 

jIZ 




85 




17 


l in 
1 JU 


Frederick 


10,449 


12 


,624 


9,751 


9,022 


8 


785 


234 


659 




618 




84 


1,169 


Garrett 


2,525 


2 


,796 


2,474 


1 


,937 




733 




295 








42 


186 


Harford 


15 ,490 


17 


,963 


1 R Q R "7 
1 J , J 1 


12 


,628 


12 


778 




ft 1C\ 
o jU 




984 




480 




Howard 


ii fin 
11 ,032 


15 


,581 


iU , JJO 


8 


,446 


9 


196 


Aft 


Z ) ZU7 




993 




290 




Kent 




2 


,544 


1 AA Q 
1 , 4-0 


1 


,424 


1 


467 




L 




179 






1 1 n 


Montgomery 


60,901 


67 


,903 


58,489 


51 


,771 


52 


473 


725 


10,155 


13 


708 


1, 


837 


1,733 


Prince George' s 


70,591 


78 


,030 


69,913 


58,974 


57 


687 


459 


5,395 


9 


,002 


1, 


916 


431 


Queen Anne 1 s 


2,377 


3,045 


2,315 


1 


,922 


1 


762 




176 




138 






167 


St. Mary's 


5, 168 


6 


,344 


5,970 


4 


,280 


4 


264 


37 


137 




349 




48 


127 


Somerset 


2,052 


3,207 


2,286 


1 


,793 


1 


632 




260 










84 


Talbot 


2,265 


2 


,837 


2,358 


1 


,867 


1 


781 


37 


137 




153 






94 


Washing ton 


11,040 


15 


,409 


11, 161 


10 


, 192 


9 


255 


222 


1,194 




726 




68 


1, 147 


Wicomico 


6,317 


6 


,799 


6,675 


5,204 


5,108 


156 


405 




737 






104 


Worcester 


3, 140 


4 


,385 


3,086 


2 


,543 


2 


506 




193 




90 






36 



*Includes 6,333 enrolled in German; 468 in Russian; 29 in Hebrew; 217 in Italian; 8 inSwahili; 58 in Port of Call; 44 in Japanese; 3,696 in Exploring 
Foreign Language, Appreciation of Foreign Language, etc. "See Foreign Language Enrollment..." table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

25 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Industrial 


Education 


Home 
Economics 


Bu s i ne s s 
Education 


Physical 
and 
Health 
Educa tion 


Music 


Arts, 
Arts and 

L a L La 


Dr i ver 
Education 


Spec ia 1 
Education 


M.r c 


Vocational 

and 
Technica 1 


Total State 


118,309 


/55 , 750 


103,647 


130,994 


310,309 


141,608 


131,458 


25,458 


28,541 


Al legany 


2,384 


738 


3, 220 


2,440 


5 , 466 


5,088 




1 U 17 




Anne Arundel 


10,046 


3,639 


6,990 


11,896 


21,472 


12,032 


12,017 


1,818 


4,541 


Baltimore City 


21,262 


13,715 


20,239 


26,269 


47,622 


18,105 


22,785 


2,427 


6,443 


Bal timore 


20,126 


8,337 


19,336 


16,636 


55,909 


34,770 


29,843 


1,079 


3,928 


Calvert 


1,034 


268 


804 


826 


2,339 


892 


1,252 


175 


242 


Caro 1 ine 


600 


192 


609 


1 ,232 


1 938 


1 103 


1,279 


47 3 


74 


Carroll 


1,913 


809 


2,014 


2,610 


7,266 


4,521 


2,115 


552 


510 


Cecil 


1,437 


794 


1,152 


1,259 


4,703 


1,413 


1,229 


288 


330 


Charles 


1,593 


667 


1,755 


2,993 


6,207 


1,957 


2,023 


1,241 


998 


Dorchester 


617 


525 


695 


1,091 


2,006 


1,307 


563 


71 


247 


Frederick 


2,512 


2,478 


2 , 332 


3 . 44$ 


8,981 


4, 362 


3 , 689 


645 


468 


Garrett 


765 


399 


534 


909 


1,764 


1,085 


589 


473 


122 


Harford 


3,693 


1,360 


2,910 


4,435 


10,263 


5,227 


2,889 


1,788 


427 


Howard 


2,848 


788 


2,455 


2,771 


7,058 


3,714 


2,965 


261 


700 


Kent 


287 


539 


367 


647 


1,430 


489 


332 


162 


113 


Montgomery 


15,984 


8,170 


11,577 


14,179 


43,527 


14,908 


13,682 


5,429 


3,413 


Prince George' s 


22,685 


7,890 


18,447 


26,115 


56,571 


15,664 


19,739 


3,914 


4,447 


Queen Anne 1 s 


453 


787 


326 


1,016 


1,750 


624 


117 


416 


255 


St. Mary's 


881 


666 


1,083 


1,783 


3,506 


1,503 


1,535 


264 


276 


Somerset 


316 


70 


395 


960 


1,594 


677 


292 


251 




Talbot 


609 


350 


586 


902 


1,510 


747 


ft 

672 


266 




Washington 


3,250 


1,514 


3,297 


3,269 


8,368 


6,075 


3,966 


1,092 


440 


Wicomico 


2,013 


783 


1,720 


2,342 


6,535 


3,754 


2,707 


806 


312 


Worces ter 


1,001 


272 


804 


967 


2,524 


1,591 


1,550 


130 


42 



/Includes 55,051 enrolled in Vocational and 699 enrolled in Technical. See "Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Educational 
(Vocational-Technical) Enrollment..." table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

26 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Eng 1 i sh 








En 


glish 










Journal ism 


Reading 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Vocational 


x 




\jOm Di" 

n a 1" i on 

Lid *- L yj I . 


Developmental 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


I 


II 


Total State 


492,977 


80,125 


75,113 


73,304 


60,772 


48,237 


40,521 


1,585 


2,726 


1,920 


3,482 


2,129 


1,423 


17,863 


6,483 


Allegany 


10 , 856 


1 , 365 


1 , Jib 


1 , jb D 




1 . U*4 / 


i An ^ 


- 


266 


238 


159 


88 


13 


1, 186 


846 


Anne Arundel 


41,252 


6,377 


6,647 


6,483 


4,036 


2,376 


633 


134 


805 


134 


350 


11 


141 


1,096 


1,220 


Baltimore City 


86,519 


15,617 


13,640 


13,531 


13,962 


10,008 


8,517 








264 






2,857 




Baltimore 


75,430 


12,815 


11,032 


11,092 


11,011 


10,257 


9,614 


157 


101 


72 


382 


837 


I 


1,050 




Calvert 


3,453 


541 


544 


586 


532 


410 


234 


26 






86 


18 






- 


Caroline 


3,061 


419 


455 


i /y 


1 QT 






- 


- 


- 


75 


14 




357 


147 


Carroll 


11,947 


2,500 


2,281 


893 


832 


640 


221 


138 


408 


188 


143 


80 


119 


491 


202 


Cecil 


8,256 


1,205 


1,134 


1, 155 


330 


170 


118 








182 


142 




1,044 


873 


Charles 


8,975 


1,707 


1,356 


1,274 


- 


- 


- 


164 


23 


95 


381 


113 




801 




Dorchester 


3,761 


663 


713 


562 


593 


424 


410 


75 


28 


22 


32 


30 


23 




- 


Frederick 


12 , 624 


1 , 496 


L , bob 


1 , 30 


1 , UoU 


A 1 7 
Hi/ 




- 


10 


71 


18 




77 


812 


46 


Garrett 


2,796 


372 


403 


469 


435 


226 


214 


51 






18 


17 


39 


68 


75 


Harford 


17,963 


2,898 


3,563 


3, 114 


2,502 


2,269 


1,615 




l ?fi 


9 5 


133 


73 


17 






Howard 


15,581 


2,298 


1,896 


1,612 


1,587 


1,298 


1,415 






70 


63 


64 


154 


1,232 


1,209 


Kent 


2,544 


326 


298 


339 


307 


261 


254 








26 




17 


351 


247 


Montgomery 


67,903 


10,223 


9,682 


10,057 


10,269 


9,749 


8,888 


280 


251 


270 


494 


111 


52 


1,147 


383 


Prince George ' s 


78,030 


12,798 


12,365 


13,224 


6,781 


4,566 


3,288 


300 


252 


514 


396 


369 


615 


1,412 


158 


Queen Anne' s 


3,045 


404 


382 


425 


391 


296 


283 








42 






464 


224 


St. Mary's 


6,344 


992 


924 


1,012 


855 


733 


676 


30 


16 


17 


56 


36 




980 




Somerset 


3,207 


646 


389 


339 


323 


286 


237 








40 


46 




359 


295 


Talbot 


2,837 


602 


681 


431 


390 


407 


290 












13 






Washington 


15,409 


2,139 


2,114 


1,944 


1,622 


1,074 


984 


230 


411 


129 


72 


22 


65 


1,415 


323 


Wicomico 


6,799 


1,167 


1,090 


1,163 


1,099 


958 


753 






57 


61 


36 


49 






Worcester 


4,385 


555 


522 


489 


273 


305 


338 




35 


18 




22 


29 


741 


241 



TABLE 

26 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Reading 


Speech 


Dramatics 


Creative 

1.7 v* i t" t t"i n 
W I 1 LLU^ 


Fv- 

pository 
Wr i ting 


Advanced English 


Other 


Remedial 


Cor- 
r ec tive 


Ad- 
vanced 


Public 
Speaking 


Ther- 
aDv 


I 


II 


Combi- 
na tion 


Compo- 
si tion 

and 
Grammar 


Li tera- 
ture 


I 


II 


Un- 
graded 


I 


1 1 


Total State 


8 


663 


1,039 


5,151 


5,447 


1,126 


3,661 


624 


100 


5,573 


1,191 


2,858 


3,092 


5,777 


6,477 


13,487 


13,028 


Al legany 




310 


98 


16 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 




63 


27 




1 1 


23 


29 


Anne Arundel 




199 


- 


864 


322 


46 


1,136 


187 


42 


1 ,435 


150 


265 


793 


2,677 


1 ,046 


1 ,462 


185 


Baltimore City 


5 


752 


- 




~ 


159 


323 






900 


147 




203 


- 




16 1 


478 


Baltimore 




50 




LI 9 


2,828 


80 


388 


154 




957 


366 


214 


- 


378 


175 


456 


492 


Calvert 




- 


175 


107 




30 


- 


- 








73 


25 


- 




46 


20 


Csro 1 ine 






- 


- 






- 


- 














7 1 

/ 1 


1 ft 1 


964 


Carroll 




Ill 


210 


59 


40 


203 












1 1 Q 
117 


280 


415 




HO J 


449 


Cecil 




26 








1/1 


77 


220 










15 


- 


HI J 


7 JJ 


96 


Charles 




218 


185 


216 






112 






357 




322 


247 


Ill 


341 


674 


278 


Dorchester 




- 




110 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


10 


45 




3 


18 




Frederick 




221 


113 


20 


6 36 


1 7 

5 1 




- 




I/O 


PA 


9 7 




36 


44 




3,383 


Garrett 




4 


- 








q 






s L 






54 


- 






250 


Harford 




61 






lb J 


/. 7 


52 




7 A 


1 \9, 
1 jO 




47 


105 


27 


205 


67 


385 


Howard 




248 


17 


527 


403 




15 




30 


192 


60 


306 


242 


103 


57 


483 




Kent 




87 




















22 












Montgomery 




501 


146 


528 


274 


185 


935 


63 




Ilk 


141 


695 


126 


516 


110 


17 


1,036 


Prince George' s 




548 


36 


1,272 


722 


175 


521 






364 


125 


475 


364 


1,476 


3,398 


7,750 


3,766 


Queen Anne' s 










26 


34 












45 






29 






St. Mary's 


































17 


Somerset 




173 


24 




























50 


Talbot 
























14 












Washington 




6 


2 


655 


33 




93 






41 






369 


22 


164 


418 


1,062 


Wicomico 




74 


16 














23 


23 


95 


34 


16 


13 


37 


35 


Worcester 




74 


17 


46 




9 












66 


154 




104 


294 





TABLE 

27 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Social 
Studies 


History 


Geography 




Social 


Studies 




Civics 
Grade 
8 or 9 


History 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 

9 


Combi- 
nation 


World 


United 
States 


Ancient 

and 
Medieval 


Total State 


406,529 


6 


,066 


13,096 


3, 141 


13,637 


9,509 


4, 337 


52,992 


45,674 


43,976 


2, 108 


10,777 


27 , 002 


QA fi/. Q 


1 , J J z 


Al legany 


0,U JO 




- 


859 


86 


- 


- 


797 






431 


33 




1,256 


1,330 


- 


Anne Arundel 


34,838 




24 


1,704 


- 


926 


- 


- 


4,276 


3,172 


3,069 




321 


1,107 


8,950 


- 


Baltimore City 


72,705 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,971 


13,692 


14,029 


_ 




- 


13,335 


- 


Bal timore 


59,160 




- 












10, 191 


10,394 


10,692 


_ 


_ 


9,500 


9,897 


- 


Calvert 


2,956 




555 












- 


- 


- 


- 


547 




643 




Caroline 


Z, / JZ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


444 


439 






178 


852 


393 


- 


Carroll 


8,566 




591 


- 


142 


- 


441 


35 


1,072 


1,242 


1,264 


_ 




147 


1,481 


137 


Cecil 


5,699 






964 


25 


1,010 


- 


- 


152 


151 


_ 


- 


1, 148 


817 


908 


- 


Charles 


7,176 




745 




- 








899 


180 


899 


130 


920 




1, 139 


- 


Dorchester 


3,120 




_ 


452 




687 




22 


68 


35 


53 


_ 


312 


436 






Frederick 


9,751 






- 


- 


- 


- 


35 


1 , 788 


1 , 835 


1 , 614 


913 




1,258 


1,350 


- 


Garrett 


2,474 






127 


- 


136 


- 


- 


251 


293 






454 


426 


384 


- 


Harford 


15,857 


2, 


166 


1,176 


32 


- 


- 


2,162 


770 


1,160 


488 


_ 


535 


2,888 


2,483 


29 


Howard 


10,538 




513 










539 


1,406 


1,819 


705 


242 


63 


804 


2,285 


25 


Kent 


1,648 
















326 


299 


- 


- 


- 


318 


263 




Montgomery 


58,489 




36 


126 


848 


9,247 


9,068 




737 


847 




665 




3,029 


20,884 


349 


Prince George' s 


69,913 




336 


4,304 


890 


16 




31 


12,101 


7,943 


10, 150 


51 


3,253 


2,346 


12,265 


731 


Queen Anne 1 s 


2,315 






71 










303 


321 






664 




384 




St. Mary's 


4,970 




993 




805 






133 








8 


789 


581 


844 




Somerset 


2,286 






424 




438 












50 


403 


352 


340 




Talbot 


2,358 














412 


383 


583 








330 


393 




Washington 


11,161 






2,115 


279 


1,177 




59 


893 


14 


171 


16 




16 


1,964 




Wicomico 


6,675 




107 


632 


34 








1,036 


450 






1, 148 


302 


1,076 




Worcester 


3,086 






142 








112 


552 


345 


411 




42 


237 


534 


61 



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 

27 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 





al Unit 


History 


Ec o - 
nomics 

and 
Senior 

High 

Geo- 
graphy 


History 
and 
Geography 
Special 
Areas 


Problems 
of 20th 
Century 


American 
Govern- 
ment 


Cu 1 tura 1 
Anthro- 
pology 


Contem- 
porary 
Affairs 


Eco- 

nom ics 


i 

Soc i o 1 — 
ogy 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Psychology 

and 
Sociology 


Inter- 
national 
Relations 


Other 
Social 
Studies 


c 


Modern 


Euro- 
pean 


Afro- 
Ameri- 
can 


State 


732 


2,752 


5,052 


s n 7 1 




6 715 


2 784 


J) / OD 


S 1 7<J 


7 7S7 


4 779 


11 


919 


\ f> 7Q 


i 


1 Q IL** 

L7 ■ £ 1 J 


legany 


- 


- 


- 


28 




TAT. 
2U J 


in 




i n 
i J / 


J 1 






625 






7 an 


iae Arundel 


- 


921 


339 


79 


2,267 


29U 


1 , U / L 




1 29 


i a 7 7 


/ Oh 




883 




1 Q 1 


1 nnfl 
1 , VUO 


lltimore City 




460 


2, 258 


2, 180 


6, 181 


1, 196 


688 




1,563 


321 


808 






2,002 




21 


lltimore 






98 




236 


157 


- 






- 






201 


- 


- 


7,794 


divert 




278 




oy 


D J7 






A A 


7 ^ 








19 






7 J 


(roline 


- 


- 


- 


02 




I jU 








Jo 






82 








Crroll 


49 


- 


92 


26 


inn 

iU L 


Q 7 
7 J 




1 ^A 


1 ^ ) 


L 1 


L JU 




595 






son 


C: 


il 














_ 




21 








52 


- 


- 


451 


dries 








197 


- 


93 


73 


189 


696 


15 


78 




372 


167 


80 


304 


1: 


Chester 












19 






88 




43 




37 


1 /. 1 
LH J 




1 ft A 


h 


derick 






56 




55 


209 




C 1 

D 1 


A Q 




ftfl 




124 


J L 




IQA 
Z 7*4 


C: 


rett 










69 


129 








22 


28 




113 






42 


i ■ 


ford 


30 


13 




48 


85 


i20 




100 


94 


35 


309 




623 


154 




357 


1 jard 


104 


59 


30 




601 




110 


74 


38 


62 


197 




402 


206 


15 


239 


Kit 
















19 


22 




58 










343 


1 itgomery 


291 


357 


92 


693 


379 


2,382 


65 


842 


217 


506 


1,415 


2 


605 


206 




2,603 


F 


nee George ' s 


92 


389 


2,050 


1,569 


3,140 


177 


683 


68 


589 


457 


357 


2 


,837 


625 


92 


2,371 


c 


en Anne ' s 


17 








105 


332 










31 




87 








£ 


Mary' s 


149 








26 


148 




175 


104 


26 


67 




64 




22 


36 


s! 


erset 








23 




117 










47 




92 








T 


bot 












141 


32 






16 






64 






4 


W 


hington 




34 


37 


79 


105 


83 


19 


1,161 


993 




57 




532 


94 


11 


1,252 


W 


omico 












632 




475 


222 


•V18 






443 








W 


ces ter 




224 






10 


44 


28 


73 


40 


22 


69 




67 









TABLE 

28 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Science 


General Science 


Science- 
Vocational 


Life 
Science, 
Junior 
High 


Physical 
Science 


Earth 
Science 


Local 
Variations 
of General 
and 
Applied 
Science 


Biology 


Advanced 
Biology 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

Q 

o 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


353,028 


52 


,762 


51,466 


45 


, 102 


6 


694 


808 


19 


095 


17 


,324 


11,045 


23,613 


1,100 


53 


516 


5 


899 


Allegany 


6,687 




19 


- 




309 




- 


- 


1 


377 


1 


242 


384 


900 


- 


1 


344 




198 


Anne Arundel 


30,957 


6 


,345 


6,323 


4 


,894 


5 


861 






27 




- 


639 




556 




46 3 




821 


Baltimore City 


65,860 


1 A 




13,406 


1 1 


Q 7Q 
















3,362 






i. J 




i 
i 


1 7S 

I/O 


Baltimore 


52,090 


10 


,172 


9,834 


9 


,025 




_ 


640 




- 




- 


126 


260 




1 


019 




563 


Calvert 


2,486 






- 




- 




- 


- 




558 




544 


- 


377 


280 




450 




83 


Caroline 


2,061 




447 


447 




441 




- 






- 




- 


- 








194 




- 


Carroll 


7 , 344 




400 


409 




85 








1 


160 






1,266 


1 , 260 






808 




129 


Cecil 


4, 962 




790 


763 




550 










361 




359 


33 


584 






185 






Charles 


6,091 


1 


,218 


1, 179 




342 




219 






239 




205 


79 


679 


_ 




862 




88 


Dorchester 


2,487 




567 


48 1 




477 






- 




32 




28 




72 


- 




514 




55 


Frederick 


9,022 




361 


189 




397 








1 


524 




405 


415 


1 , 501 




1 


306 




184 


Garrett 


1,937 




262 


282 




228 






34 




124 




134 




177 






401 




82 


Harford 

llaL LULU 


12 , 628 




905 


778 












1 


915 


1 


854 


17 


2,569 


174 


2 


387 




81 


Howard 


8,446 


1 


,245 


1,191 














617 




657 


139 


1,415 




1 


087 




149 


Kent 


1,424 




322 


299 




389 
















34 








307 




18 


Montgomery 


51,771 


7 


,057 


7,435 


9 


,871 




40 3 


118 


2 


456 




5 34 


686 


3,802 


72 


6 


758 




960 


Prince George's 


58,974 


4 


,316 


4,254 


3 


,804 




142 


. 16 


6 


869 


8 


206 


2,604 


7,866 




10 


875 




754 


Queen Anne 1 s 


1,922 




255 


272 














164 




128 




417 






420 




119 


St. Mary's 


4,280 


1 


,000 


923 




482 




8 












499 


32 






293 






Somerset 


1,793 




365 


388 




366 




61 












139 








358 






Talbot 


1,867 




388 


397 




217 
















21 


200 


18 




256 




25 


Washing ton 


10,192 


1,291 


1,690 














717 




738 


337 


281 




2 


654 




298 • 


Wicomico 


5,204 




















955 


1 


117 


155 


1, 153 






579 




26 


Worcester 


2,543 




558 


526 




246 














173 


110 


68 






398 




88 



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 

28 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Bio logical 

Sciences 
Curriculum 
Study 
(BSCS) 


Botany, 
Horticul- 
ture, and 

Zoo logy 


Chemi s try 


Advanced 
Chemi s try 


Chemica 1 

Bond 
App roach 

(CBA) 


Chemica 1 
Educa tion 
Ma ter ia 1 s 
Study 
(CHEMS) 


Physics 


Advanced 
Phy s ic s 


Phy sic a 1 
Sc ience 

Study 
Commi ttee 
(PSSC) 


Other 
Sc x enc e 


Total State 


1 1,076 


3,036 


21,072 


1 ,468 


73 


2,924 


7,786 


175 


1,958 


13,036 


A I 1 c o t n\/ 
n. L IL^tlliy 


117 




470 


14 














Anne Arundel 


407 


1,026 


1,687 


102 


- 


_ 


598 


14 


55 


1,139 


Baltimore City 


- 


- 


2,810 


238 


- 


- 


1,298 


- 


- 


2,512 


Ba 1 timore 


3,110 


736 


3,907 


202 


- 


638 


1,326 


32 


738 


3,762 


Calvert 


87 


- 


73 


- 


- 


- 


13 


- 


- 


21 


C arril inp 

V ■ 1 l \J L IIP 


249 




112 














147 


Carroll 


813 


- 


419 


20 


- 


65 


128 


- 


- 


382 


Cecil 


771 


- 


230 


- 


- 


40 


103 


- 


30 


163 


Charles 


350 


21 


208 


104 


39 


101 


71 


- 


- 


87 


Dorches ter 


30 


- 


117 


- 


- 


- 


34 


- 


- 


80 


Frederick 


526 


57 


412 


13 * 


- 


343 


235 


- 


43 


111 


Garrett 


- 


- 


105 


- 


- 


- 


54 


- 


- 


54 


Harford 


- 


27 


874 


19 


- 


- 


249 


- 


43 


736 


Howard 


562 


- 


558 


149 


34 


116 


198 


23 


37 


269 


Kent' 


- 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


Montgomery 


2,824 


689 


3,879 


400 




1, 131 


1,355 


51 


591 


699 


Prince George ' s 


1,720 


49 


3,884 


76 




297 


1,467 




321 


1,454 


Queen Anne 1 s 






38 


32 




62 


15 








St. Mary's 


681 


45 


197 


33 






15 




21 


51 


Somerset 






81 








35 






















t 








Talbot 


133 






15 




86 


24 




16 


71 


Washington 


32 


354 


461 


43 




45 


176 


23 




1,052 


Wicomico 


532 




346 


8 






238 


32 


63 




Worcester 


132 


32 


174 








25 






13 



TABLE 

29 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Ma the- 
matics 






General 


Ma thema tic s 






Universi ty 
of Maryland 
Ma thematics 
Project 
(UMMaP) 


School 
Ma thematics 
Study Group 

(SMSG) 


Mathe- 
matics 
Voca- 
tional 






Mi 


;ebra 


Junior High 


Senior High 


Elementary 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 

or Higher 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nation 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grades 
7 to 9 


Grades 
10 to 12 


Total State 


350,861 


69 


,029 


57,736 




28 


,755 


14,858 


6,777 


2,746 


5, 138 


4,499 


669 


972 


3,451 


9 


105 




44,932 


Al legany 


6,199 


i 


1 ^ A 
, JJO 


1,122 






Tin 

Jl7 
















127 




9 9 7 

LCI 




683 


Anne Arunde 1 


27 , 787 


6 


, 040 


4,888 




2 


c c r\ 
, ObU 


948 


710 


264 


_ 




633 


6 




2 


UJV 




3,021 


Baltimore City 


69,078 


14 


, b lo 


12,130 




i 




5,707 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- . 


1,312 








10,480 


Ua 1 fi'mnrp 


51,857 


10 


,418 


7,800 




5 


,559 


665 


586 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


243 


2 


076 




5,908 


Ca 1 ver t 


2,486 




557 


510 








486 


402 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






31 




221 


Caroline 


1,768 




443 


432 






262 


140 


6 1 




















186 


Carroll 


7 , 599 


1 


,695 


1,584 






240 


589 


585 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


11 




L 34 




830 


Cecil 


4,917 


1 


, 131 


1,138 






307 


333 


370 


57 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




50 




331 


C* h a y 1 c c 


5,976 


1 


,381 


1, 109 






497 


529 


162 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 




246 




937 


florr hp <; Tpt 


2,767 




631 


743 






326 


139 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










244 


Frederick 


8,785 


1 


,603 


1,618 






605 


558 


506 


432 










403 










O o t- f a t- t" 


1 7 3 3 




363 


346 






322 






40 










58 




27 




175 


U O T" f AT n 

rid L 1U1U 


12,778 


2 


,903 


2,777 






667 


802 


309 










105 


135 




120 




880 


Howar d 


9,196 


2 


,175 


1,592 






261 


240 


197 


347 


37 












432 




1,099 


Kent 


1,467 




303 


299 






182 


120 


89 












- 








172 


Montgomery 


52,473 


4 


,596 


3,773 




2 


,191 


243 




514 


5, 101 


4,499 




813 


152 


1 


263 




7,548 


Prince George 1 s 


57,687 


12 


,822 


10,653 




5 


,466 


666 


502 


773 






13 


23 


636 


1 


625 




8,840 


Queen Anne 1 s 


1,762 




396 


442 








225 


127 
















88 




137 


St. Mary's 


4,264 




992 


813 






93 


347 


" 525 


64 










56 




118 




288 


Somerset 


1,632 




378 


330 






204 


141 


67 
















71 




166 


Talbot 


1,781 




363 


384 






321 


156 




25 


















148 


Washington 


9,255 


2 


,265 


2,044 






510 


496 


685 


177 






23 




251 




230 




937 


Wicomico 


5,108 


1 


,171 


915 






65 


601 


524 
















175 




634 


Worcester 


2,506 




431 


294 






198 


230 


65 
















133 




161 



TABLE 

29 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



L 


al Unit 


Algebra 


Algebra 
and 
i r ig- 
onome try 


Geometry 


Tr igonome try 


and 


Calcu lus 


Analytic 
Geome try 

and 
Calculus 


Advanced 
Mathe- 
matics 


App 1 ied 
Mathe- 
matics 
(con- 
sumer) 


Other 
Mathe- 
matics 


Inter- 
media te 


Ad- 
vanced 


Combi- 
na tion 


Plane 


Plane 

and 
Solid 


Solid 
Geome try 


Analytic 
Geome try 


Probabi 1- 

i ty and 
Statistics 


,1 


tate 


20 , 328 


6,527 


3,840 


S 7L. 1 


8,630 


20,453 


280 


3,835 




1,923 


189 


2,622 


14,624 


13, 168 


A 


egany 


414 


_ 


226 


41 


240 


223 


61 


_ 


58 




13 


81 


153 




A 


e Arundel 


1,722 


254 


625 


H DO 


113 


2,619 


_ 


43 


A ~l 
H 1 


7J 


2 1 


212 


263 


O A 

04 


B 


timore City 


_ 


_ 


_ 


jOO 


2,730 


_ 


_ 


656 




ivy 




£ 1 1 
J i 1 


8 , 449 


4, 374 


B timore 


6, 120 


2,419 


- 


1UU 


- 


4, 180 


- 


1,744 




ITT 
ill 






T 1 1 A 
2, III) 


1 TO! 

i , 382 


1 vert 


134 








33 


20 












J L 


10 




C 


oline 


_ 


_ 


_ 


62 


40 


71 




_ 


- 




- 


25 




46 


C roll 


327 


206 


_ 


181 


185 


433 


62 


31 




AQ 




L ZD 


L JO 


171 

1 / J 


C 


il 


231 


362 


- 


180 


165 


151 


- 


- 




7 S 




DO 






c 


rles 


257 


142 


- 


60 


- 


238 


- 


126 










1 If. 
1 JO 


tux 


iDlchester 


17 7 


53 




27 


Ill 


24 


46 


6 




22 




15 


16 3 


40 


F derick 


504 


266 


46 


91 


331 


281 


- 


32. 


26 


72 


- 


47 


23 


435 


G rett 


41 


73 


14 




30 


79 


32 


- 








g 


1 7*> 




H ford 


1,038 


723 


- 


436 


7 


746 


45 


- 




60 




47 


302 


676 


H 


ard 


6*4 


107 




2 1 


210 


859 




260 




64 




24 


27 


600 


K 


t 


64 


53 








72 






_ 




_ 


32 


81 




M 


tgomery 


5,448 


472 


2,138 


1,059 


1,688 


6,181 




97 




710 




254 


854 


2,879 


P 


nee George ' s 


2,056 


1,036 


619 


1,579 


2,061 


3,501 




636 


82 


109 


116 


885 


1,276 


1,712 


Q 


en Anne ' s 


149 






85 




85 










28 








s 


Mary ' s 


282 


17 


172 






189 




77 




18 


5 




208 




s 


erset 


129 


39 






56 














51 






T 


bot 


135 






57 




88 








9 




30 


40 


25 


U 


hington 


168 


20 




300 


369 


93 






69 


148 


6 


84 


227 


153 


w 


omico 


128 


193 




63 


173 


252 




103 




36 




58 




17 


w 


cester 


160 


92 




11 


88 


68 


34 


24 




15 




6 


\\ 


46 3 



TABL 

3C 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Latin 


French 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Comb i ~ 
na tion 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Comb 
nati 


Level 
I 


Leve 1 
II 


Leve 1 
I 


Level 
II 


Total State 


2,806 


1,556 


637 


90 




523 


45, 138 


5,274 


63 


5,726 


707 


12 


185 


10,838 


5,968 


2,068 


661 


1,6 


Allegany 


46 


19 


27 








993 


417 




89 






199 


176 


96 


_ 






Anne Arundel 


212 


158 


32 






22 


3,416 


251 


_ 


635 


46 


1 


052 


825 


277 


142 


15 


lj 


Baltimore City 


173 


128 


21 


24 


- 




8,747 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


361 


2,214 


908 


191 


13 




Bal timore 


221 


79 


112 


■ 




30 


7,471 


238 




1,626 




1 


283 


2,192 


1,356 


477 


221 


k 


Calvert 














246 


115 




26 






15 


30 










Caroline 














343 


120 




121 






- 


60 


25 




_ 




Carroll 


120 


54 


37 


12 




17 


488 








'_ 




271 


125 


39 


13 


_ 




Cecil 










- 




259 


- 


- 


- 


-■ 




161 


84 


14 




- 




Charles 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


~~ 


476 


86 




25 


44 




187 


. 97 


12 








Dorches ter 














312 


" 




" 


_ 




iy j 


86 


19 








Frederick 


234 


131 


60 






43 


659 






30 






233 


236 


96 


28 






Garrett 








_ 


_ 




295 






54 






84 


94 


56 








Harford 


96 


58 


38 








830 












417 


263 


106 


26 




j 


n <J w d L 1 J 


68 


33 








35 


2,209 


626 


41 


591 






155 


452 


246 


30 


6 




Kent 














342 


109 




41 


28 




29 


104 


20 


11 






Montgomery 


725 


399 


145 


27 




154 


10,155 


1,887 


22 


1,488 


349 


1 


074 


2,141 


1,832 


747 


260 


' -1 


Prince George' s 


459 


239 


34 






186 


5,395 


996 




702 


132 




807 


1, 150 


643 


301 


120 


1 


Queen Anne ' s 














176 












104 


53 


15 


4 






St. Mary's 


37 


22 


15 








137 












73 


44 


8 






t 


Somerset 














. 260 






44 


39 




84 


50 


29 


14 






Talbot 


37 


19 


18 








137 












45 


59 


18 






fj 


Washington 


222 


120 


66 


17 




19 


1,194 


377 




254 


69 




132 


111 


93 


84 


22 


2 


Wicomico 


156 


97 


32 


10 




17 


405 


52 










115 


135 


53 









Worcester 














193 












109 


57 


7 






b 



TABLE 

30 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 • 









panish 






Gt rrr. 


an 






bcal Unit 




Grade 7 


Grade 8 






























To ta 1 


Le ve 1 
I 


Level 
II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


I 


1 1 




III 


IV 


V 


Comb i ~ 
ns t i o n 


To tal 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
na tion 


| State 


51,344 


5, 147 


159 


6,392 


808 


16,692 


13,258 


5 


,341 


1 , 307 


439 


1 ,801 


6,333 


3,431 


1,558 


569 


93 




675 


I 1 cgd iiy 


1 1 30 1 


309 


- 


278 


- 


342 


263 




83 


26 


■ 


~ 










- 


- 




line Arundel 


2,914 


58 


- 


412 


77 


1 , 259 


510 




138 


26 


9 


425 


638 


384 


133 


57 


- 


- 


64 


altimore City 


6 , 294 




- 






4, 189 


1 , 579 




388 


40 


14 


84 


1, 131 


696 


266 


160 


9 


- 


- 


altimore 


1 1 , 646 


382 




2, 50 3 


75 


2 , 544 


3, 534 


1 


,6 39 


623 


*251 


95 


607 


345 


136 


70 


40 


7 




liver t 


71 




- 






71 














- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


i r o 1 i nc 


203 


- 


- 


- 


- 


137 


60 




6 
















■ 






arrol 1 


623 


- 


- 


- 


- 


331 


189 




67 


- 




36 


335 


163 


102 


53 


13 


- 


• 


acil 


185 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 10 


52 




~ 


- 




23 


119 


77 


27 


15 


- 


- 


- 


lar les 


345 










221 


109 




15 








- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


srchester 


85 


- 


- 




- 




56 










29 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


rede r ic k 


618 


- 


- 


30 


- 


376 


140 




23 


- 




49 


o /. 




26 


14 


- 


- 




arrett 




- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


" 




■ 




■ 




42 


30 






- 


- 


12 


arford 


984 










529 


293 




116 


28 


■ 


18 


448 


201 


149 


67 


31 


■ 


- 


award 


77 J 










JOJ 


jl J 




Aft 






L 1 


216 


101 


102 


- 






13 


ant 


r79 










31 


76 




49 


23 






- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


antgomery 


13,708 


2,660 


41 


1,917 


360 


2,971 


3,348 


1 


,768 


270 


76 


297 


1,585 


843 


411 


92 






239 


rince George ' s 


9,002 


1 ,738 


118 


1, 135 


296 


1,992 


2,063 




799 


236 


85 


540 


1,012 


478 


181 


41 






312 


jeen Anne ' s 


138 










68 


58 






12 




















t. Mary's 


349 






31 




187 


82 




21 




4 


24 


48 


48 












omerset 








































albot 


153 










80 


43 










30 
















ashing ton 


726 










306 


252 




97 


23 




48 


68 


21 


25 








22 


icomico 


737 






86 




305 


216 




84 






46 
















orces ter 


90 










58 


22 










10 

















,n.udes Spanish VI, 27. 



TABLE 

30 

Foreign Language Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 






Russ 


ian 




Hp Kr qm 
n c u l c w 


T f 3 1 t 'an T 
L Ud 1 i -.i 1 1 L j 

II, and 

v .. J LI . U 1 [ 1 it L i J [ 1 


U LI 1 i± L 

Fo r e ign 
Language/ 


Total 


x 


XI 


III and 
Above 


Combi- 
na tion 


Total State 


468 


152 


79 


146 


91 


29 


217 


3,806 


Allegany 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 








Anne Arundel 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


270 


Baltimore City 


26 


17 


3 


6 




_ 


74 


^248 


Baltimore 


353 


123 


76 


140 


14 






2,270 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Caroline 








_ 


_ 








Carroll 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


Cecil 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


Charles 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 


Frederick. 


















Garrett 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Harford 


16 


_ 


_ 


_ 


16 




8 


8 


Howard 


16 


- 


- 


- 


16 


- 




a 58 


Kent 


















Montgomery 


36 


12 






24 


29 




b 187 


Prince George 1 s 


21 








21 




135 


748 


Queen Anne' s 


















St. Mary's 


















Somerset 


















Talbot 


















Washington 


















Wicomico 


















Worcester 



















/Except as noted below includes courses such as Exploring Foreign Language, Introduction to Foreign Language, Appreciation of 

Foreign Language, etc. 
/Includes 8 taking Swahili. 
aincludes 58 taking Port of Call. 
^Includes 44 taking Japanese. 



Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



TABLE 

31 



Local Unit 


Total 
Agri- 
culture 


General 
Agr icul ture 


Farm 


Flori- 
culture 

and 
Hor ti- 
cu 1 ture 


Land- 
scaping 


Orna- 
mental 

Horti- 
culture 


Powe r 
and 
Machinery 


Pro- 
due t ion 


and 
Service 


Other 
Agri- 
culture 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Mechanics 


Tdtal State 


8,052 


256 


26 


599 


1,515 


'.1 - 


1 , 567 


448 


1,679 


1 19 


1,525 


r\ L 1 1 tally 


68 


- 


- 












bo 






Anne Arundel 


281 


86 


- 


- 


- 


13 


92 


_ 


70 


_ 


20 


Baltimore City 


84 






- 


84 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Bal timore 


865 


116 




98 


214 


- 


31 


- 


211 


- 


195 


Calvert 


36 




- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 


- 


farn 1 inp 

VjU 1. \J i. -L. 1 It, 


114 


- 


- 








J L 




Id 

zu 


i i 
I L 


JU 


Carroll 


468 


- 


- 


52 




105 


135 


30 


71 


10 


65 


Cecil 


48 






- 


- 


- 


27 


- 


- 


- 


21 


Charles 


«^ 57 






- 


- 


- 


29 


- 


28 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


130 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


130 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1 , 169 


32 


26 


228 


134 








Z*4 L 




a i 

O 1 


Garrett 


186 


■ 


- 


17 




- 


46 


20 


78 




25 


Harford 


440 






41 


62 


11 


200 


41 


61 


- 


24 


Howard 


73 






- 


- 


- 


58 


- 


15 


- 


- 


Kent 


110 






54 


- 


- 


56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


1,733 






22 


932 


189 


56 






18 


516 


Prince George's 


431 


22 






69 




319 


21 








Queen Anne ' s 


167 














90 


21 




56 


St. Mary's 


127 












21 




75 




31 


Somerset 


84 














A 


84 






Talbot 


94 






11 








12 


45 


26 




Washington 


1, 147 






62 






236 


14 


432 




403 


Wicomico 


104 












26 








78 


Worces ter 


36 























TABLE 

32 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Home 
Economics 








General 


Home Economics 








Grade 

/ 


Grade 

Q 



Grade 

Q 


Grade 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Combina tion 


Senior 
Program 


Other 


Total State 


103,647 


23, 136 


24,354 


14,384 


2,093 


511 


408 


11,306 


7,996 


1,105 


Allegany 


3,220 


1,185 


655 


133 


24 


23 


- 


108 


145 


- 


Anne Arundel 


6,990 


1,540 


1,623 


998 


32 


- 


- 


1,716 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


20,239 


4,938 


4,317 


2,324 


824 


- 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


19,336 


2,261 


4,683 


4,818 


- 






3,021 


3,243 


48 


Calvert 


804 


217 


249 


- 


- 


- 


- 


95 


91 


- 


Caroline 


609 


195 


114 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


2,014 


565 


328 


61 


179 


86 


19 


191 


- 


369 


Cecil 


1,152 


336 


289 


210 


- 






92 


165 


- 


Charles 


1,755 


372 


541 


276 


99 


18 


8 


272 


86 


- 


Dorchester 


695 


283 


130 


148 


17 




13 


64 


40 




Frederick 


2,332 


475 


552 


240 


20 


19 


~ 


589 


46 




Garrett 


534 


69 


165 


44 


- 






- 


41 


- 


Harford 


2,910 


817 


905 


395 


94 


7 2 


106 


237 


61 


123 


Howard 


2,455 


681 


619 


270 


46 


23 




319 


128 


28 


Kent 


367 


79 


76 


o i 


JO 


73 


42 








Montgomery 


11,577 


1,982 


1,935 


1,408 


77 


21 




2,317 


1,898 


193 


Prince George ' s 


18,447 


4,915 


5,202 


2,010 


292 


25 


44 


1, 131 


1,749 


197 


Queen Anne 1 s 


326 


82 


83 










75 






St. Mary's 


1,083 


304 


238 


118 


21 


14 


41 


347 






Somerse t 


395 


48 


94 


78 


31 


29 


10 


26 






Talbot 


586 


204 


193 
















Washing ton 


3,297 


807 


774 


318 


134 


50 


64 


559 


164 


147 


Wicomico 


1,720 


510 


347 


393 


149 


50 


61 


92 


106 




Worcester 


804 


271 


242 


81 


18 


8 




55 


33 





TABLE 

32 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Vocational Home Economics 



Local Unit 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combina tion 


C lo th ing 
Management , 
Produc tion , 
and Services 


Food 
Management, 
Produc tion , 
and Services 


Care and 
Guidance 
of Children 


Marriage 
and the 
Fami ly 


Other 


Total State 


1,535 


1, 214 


701 


366 


2 ,030 


2 , 069 


2,632 


4, 257 


2,881 


669 


Allegany 


195 


189 


78 


4 1 


350 




62 


32 






Anne Arundel 


307 


148 


185 


1 3 


334 






46 


25 


23 


Baltimore City 


297 










2,069 


2,316 


1,268 


1,339 


547 


Ba 1 timor e 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


97 


1, 165 


- 


Calvert 


69 


48 












35 






Caroline 


121 


77 




28 


74 












Carroll 
















21o 






Cecil 














20 


40 






Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




40 


43 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


■ 


~ 




Frederick 


48 


21 


32 




no 






180 






Gar re t »_ 


J L 


9 1 
L Z 


CO 


1 9 






20 


82 






Harford 
















68 


32 




Howard 


101 


57 




19 






20 


90 


54 




Kent 






















Montgomery 


42 


50 






53 




194 


1,334 


73 




Prince George ' s 


198 


515 


369 


238 


968 






582 


12 




Queen Anne' s 
















! 




77 


St. Mary's 






















Somerset 


46 


33 


















Talbot 


38 


36 


9 


15 


70 






21 






Washington 










15 






105 


138 


22 


Wicomico 
















12 






Worcester 


22 


18 






56 













TABLE 

33 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Indu s tr is 1 
Ar ts 

F Hi 1 r a 1 1 nn 




General 


Industrial Arts 




Drawing 




General 


Woodwork. 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Combi- 
nation 


Mechanical 


Other 


I 


II 


Ill 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
na tion 


Total State 


118,309 


18,939 


22,217 


17, 187 


1,254 


154 


123 


8,217 


4, 301 


519 


123 


6,955 


1,280 


6, 


105 


1,674 


343 


5,737 


A 1 1 o o an\7 
i\L Legally 


2, 384 


613 


700 


424 


163 


32 


16 


92 










13 




18 


36 


- 


9 


Anne Arundel 


10 ,046 


1,728 


1,636 


962 


_ 


- 


- 


1,221 


274 


64 


17 


35 


98 


1> 


208 


420 


62 


24 


Baltimore City 


2 1 , 262 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4, 163 




- 




5,188 


- 










4,334 


Ddi LluiUL t 


20 , 126 


2, 237 


5,275 


5,315 








679 


1,125 






501 


283 


1» 


269 


L 1 


LI 


1 1A 

J.ZU 


Calvert 


1,034 


314 


266 


234 


133 


45 




42 






















P am 1 i' no 


600 


131 


133 


191 


77 


- 


- 


68 










- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


C arm 1 1 


1,913 


258 


264 


143 


20 


- 


- 




130 


68 


- 


33 


- 




191 


203 


12 


- 


Cecil 


1 ,437 


355 


280 


339 


- 


- 


- 


30 


57 


~ 


- 


43 


8 




94 


11 


- 


114 


\j l la L L *z i 


1, 593 


377 


497 


226 


45 






178 
















/. 1 






Dorchester 


617 


150 


245 


13 


19 


19 


14 


40 








117 


_ 












Frederick 


L , -J L L 


449 


519 


242 


19 


- 


— 


415 


18 


24 


- 


180 


17 




47 


23 


- 


202 


Garre tt 


765 


82 


223 


128 


- 


- 


- 


88 


178 








- 






- 


- 






3,693 


831 


790 


382 








110 


274 


71 


50 


17 


8 




370 


142 


30 




Howard 


2,848 


7 36 


660 


278 








62 


153 


18 




17 


22 




233 


68 


63 


100 


Kent 


287 


80 


69 


81 


34 














23 














Montgomery 


15,984 


2,183 


2,706 


2,733 


35 






310 


960 


50 




260 


703 


1, 


353 


408 


70 


235 


Prince George' s 


22,685 


6,070 


5,746 


4, 149 


182 




21 


22 


868 


161 


56 


305 


128 


If 


224 


246 


53 


365 


Queen Anne ' s 


453 


132 


125 












22 


19 










69 








St. Mary's 


881 


287 


259 


93 


23 






175 


44 




















Somerset 


316 


51 


106 


93 


30 


20 


16 
























Talbot 


609 


191 


200 


88 








79 


18 






33 














Washington 


3,250 


874 


802 


445 


221 


25 


47 


123 


160 


24 




159 






29 


49 


31 


52 


Wicomico 


2,013 


520 


481 


508 


253 


13 


9 


113 


20 


20 




44 












149 


Worcester 


1,001 


290 


235 


120 








207 





















TABLE 

33 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


General Metalwork 


Elec - 
trici ty 


Elec- 
tronics 


Power 
Mechan- 
ics 


Printing 


Automotive Mechanics 
and Maintenance 


Grapic 
Ar ts 


Other 
Industrial 

Ar t s 
Education 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


2,919 


667 


210 


3,216 


2,113 


1,347 


1,722 


1 : ■ 


92 


61 


1,567 


1 ,281 


439 


51 


123 


2,006 


5,090 


All egany 


50 


1 o 

its 


L J 




_ 


95 












J L 


D 






16 


6 


Anne Arundel 


554 


100 


25 


_ 


335 


119 


134 


_ 


_ 




- 


425 


171 


19 


- 


390 


25 


Baltimore City 


- 


- 


- 


2,440 


582 


80 


960 


- 


- 


- 


1,515 


- 


- 


- 


50 


- 


1,950 


Bal timore 


523 


160 


68 


- 


408 


523 




- 


- 


- 


- 


64 


- 


- 


- 


311 


1 ,216 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Caroline 










_ 


_ 


- 


















- 


- 


Carroll 


138 


58 


_ 


_ 


91 


18 


54 


- 


- 


- 




89 


- 


- 


- 


45 


98 


Ceci 1 


42 


- 


- 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


47 


- 


39. 










- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


110 




Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 




- 


tmi- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


Frederick. 


20 






71 


23 


21 


- 










27 


82 






65 


48 


Garrett 










- 


- 


- 










22 


29 


15 




- 


- 


Harford 


261 


104 


12 










61 


20 






87 


57 








16 


Howard 


108 


53 


25 


126 


70 


38 






















18 


Kent 




































Montgomery 


462 


14 


25 




538 


127 


303 


63 


25 


24 


10 


443 


33 


4 


41 


609 


1,257 


Prince George's 


761 


113 


30 


403 




267 


271 


153 


47 


37 


42 


72 


19 


13 


32 


460 


369 


Queen Anne ' s 










66 
























20 


St. Mary's 




































Somerset 




































Talbot 




































Washington 








73 




59 














42 








35 


Wicomico 


































32 


Worcester 





































TABL 



34 

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

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Voca tional- 

TndiiQt~T"ifll 

Voc a t iona 1 - 
Technic a 1 
Educa tion 


Air Condi- 
tioning 

and 
Re f r ig- 
era tion 


Ar t 


Au tomo- 

tive 
Mechan- 
ics 


Beau ty 
Opera tor 
Tr a ining- 
(Cosme- 

tology ) 


Building 
Trades, 
S tone- 
ma sonry , 
Tilesetting, 
Brick- 
laying 


Ca b ine t 
Mak ing 


Car- 
pentry 


Draf t- 
in& 


Elec- 
tricity 
and 

Elec- 
tronics 


Food 
Trades 


General 

Occu- 
pa tions 


Graphic 
Arts 


Mach- 
ine 
Shop 


Ma inte- 
nance 
and 
Servict 
Mechanic 


Total State 


55,750 


646 


675 


5,674 


2,310 


2, 320 


735 


2,073 


2,272 


2,888 


1,275 


3,086 


1,027 


1, 166 


999 


Al legany 


738 


20 




7 3 


52 


35 




38 






28 


1 2 


28 


29 


3U 


Anne Arundel 


3,639 


35 




266 


86 


122 


1 5 


108 


3 1 


L4j 


26 


(11 Q 


jU 


A ~1 
4 / 


2o 


Baltimore City 


13,715 


85 


494 


1 , 209 


506 


592 


258 


5 39 


1,258 


950 


495 








/.no 


Bal timore 


8,337 




55 


1,306 


243 


162 




209 


201 


318 


123 


1,421 


587 


242 


169 


Calvert 


268 


- 


- 


70 


32 


36 


- 


37 


- 


32 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


192 






40 


32 




22 


2 1 


Jo 














Carroll 


809 






88 


112 


60 




6U 


CO 

JO 




jU 










Ceci 1 


794 


19 






£ /. 

JH 


"t d 




1 Q 


1 ft 














Charles 


667 




_ 


70 


78 


34 


_ 


32 


24 


54 






- 






Dorchester 


525 


- 




68 


- 


26 


- 


33 


- 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


2,478 


110 


~ 


323 




474 




159 


135 


1/2 


6U 


1 cc 
ID J 


Oj 




jj 


Garrett 


399 






50 








82 


6 1 


70 


24 






52 




Har ford 


L , JOU 






1 L 1 

141 


48 


31 


53 




107 


36 


32 






102 




Howard 


788 


15 




128 


85 


26 


7 


51 


33 


78 






30 


12 


15 


Kent 


5 39 




75 






59 




60 




45 






41 




67 


Montgomery 


8, 170 


82 




1, 169 


449 




339 


189 




126 


120 


408 






50 


Prince George 1 s 


7,890 


235 


16 


207 


298 


328 


11 


172 


288 


479 


111 


87 


246 


43 


123 


Queen Anne ' s 


787 






91 


98 


102 




114 
















St. Mary's 


666 


6 




73 


16 


40 




34 




31 


30 










Somer se t 


70 






























Talbot 


350 


13 




20 




53 




31 






18 










Washington 


1,514 


26 


35 


55 


37 


54 




52 


20 


35 


48 


36 




36 




Wicomico 


783 






93 


33 


36 


30 


31 




84 


36 








53 


Worcester 


272 






37 


51 


21 




12 




62 


19 


25 









TABLE 

34 

Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Voca tiona 1 -Technical ) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



= 

I 


cal Unit 


Medical 
Assistant 


Metal 
Work 


Needle 
Trades 


Nurse' s 
Aide 


Plumb- 
ing 
and Pipe- 
fitting 


Prac tica 1 
Nursing 


Print- 
ing 


Radio 

and 
Tele- 
vision 


Weld- 
ing 


Di s t r i bu- 

tive 
Educa tion 


Diversi- 
fied 

Occupa- 
tions 


Work 
Experience 
On- the- Job 
Training 


Other 
Voca tional- 
Industrial 
Educa tion 


Voca tiona 1 - 
Technical 
Education 


.a 


5 ta te 


399 


417 


949 


608 


343 


712 


1,367 


614 


999 


4,001 


711 


11, 116 


5,669 


699 




legany 


44 


_ 


22 




_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


32 


135 




80 


34 


46 




ne Arundel 


208 


20 


- 


- 


28 


29 


- 


- 


62 


356 


- 


928 


151 


- 




ltimore City 






707 


338 


110 


324 


690 


181 


283 


569 




1 18 


3,022 


160 




ltimore 


20 


41 




32 


30 


41 


143 


42 


152 


705 


599 


957 


539 






lver t 


11 




- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




roline 


_ 


- 




39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




roll 


- 


- 


70 


- 


27 


33 


- 


- 


28 


21 


- 




18 


42 




cil 


9 






8 




28 


27 


2 1 


26 


4 / 




HI 


1 O B 

1 lo 






larles 






















_ 


18 


357 


_ 




irchester 


_ 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


156 


- 


133 


74 


- 




ederick 


•* - 


27 


- 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


411 


80 


106 




irrett 
































irford 














24 






48 




582 


136 


20 




)ward 


45 


15 




59 


33 








22 


13 






121 






;nt 
















135 










57 






mtgomery 














219 


191 


62 


522 




3,769 


250 


225 




rince George' s 


62 


284 


98 


72 






233 


44 


178 


824 




2,854 


565 


32 




jeen Anne ' s 












107 






94 


25 




138 


18 






t. Mary's 












13 








45 




326 


52 






Dmerset 




















15 




55 








albot 












66 








80 




36 


30 


13 




ashing ton 




30 


27 




26 


59 


21 




29 


290 


81 


435 


17 


55 




icomico 






25 


22 


26 


12 






2'2 


150 


31 


99 








arcester 








23 


13 








9 













TAIL 

3! 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Business 
Educa- 
tion 


Intro- 
duc tion 
to 

Bu sine s s 


Intro - 
duction to 
Business 
and 
Type- 
writing 


Business 
Arith- 
metic 


Typewr i ting 


Type- 
writing 

and 
Short- 
hand 


Ad- 
vanced 
Type- 
wr i ting 
and 
Office 
Prac tice 


Clerical 

Office 
Prac tice 


Clerical 
and 
Secre tar ia 1 
Office 
Prac tice 


Shor thand 


I 


II 


I 

and 
II 


Personal 

Use 


I 


II 


Total State 


130,994 


9,594 


2,059 


14,437 


31,571 


11,565 


148 


12,046 


2,017 


2,210 


5,990 


1,460 


6 


717 


2,471 


Al legany 


2,440 


198 




39 3 


736 


223 




102 




34 


102 


35 




185 


106 


Anne Arundel 


11,896 


- 




2,273 


2,979 


604 


- 


922 


340 


191 


667 


170 




437 


165 


Baltimore City 


26 , 269 


811 




2 , 144 


6, 209 


2,496 




5,079 






3, 927 






649 


616 


Bal timore 


16,636 


385 


1,954 


2,406 


657 


2,070 




1 , 506 


1, 199 


985 




193 


1 


270 


475 


Calvert 


826 


45 


- 


60 


335 


1 16 






- 


- 


- 


24 




70 


9 


Caroline 


1,232 


169 




339 


259 


77 
















44 


6 


Carroll 


2,610 


92 




219 


790 


254 


- 


150 




"i ^ ^ 


L / 


ft/i 

OH 




173 


80 


Cecil 


1 , 259 


i j J 




JO 


328 


70 


- 


91 




1 ft 


1 
J 


0*4 




115 


28 


Char les 


2,993 


308 


_ 


218 


897 


314 


26 


40 


_ 


64 


98 






190 


40 


Dorchester 


1,091 


67 


- 


125 


311 


55 


26 


5 


- 


- 


- 


60 




53 


14 


Frederick 


1 It /. 7 

3,44/ 




/. ft 


4 I 7 


1,019 


356 


35 


29 




J / 


/ o 


58 




187 


61 


Garrett 


909 


98 




170 


263 


99 




11 






L j 


j. j 




67 


25 


Harford 


4,435 


297 




429 


866 


339 


25 


513 




16 


174 


83 




324 


85 


Howard 


2,771 


138 




311 


719 


192 




146 


29 


122 


33 


105 




169 


46 


Kent 


647 


112 




40 


216 


57 
















28 


24 


Montgomery 


14,179 


1,901 




1,023 


4,073 


1,085 


21 


1,574 




40 


142 


245 


1 


,031 


212 


Prince George' s 


26,115 


2,496 


12 


2,615 


8,532 


2,359 




932 


449 


309 


402 


255 


1 


,074 


346 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,016 


126 




141 


192 


89 




43 






31 






130 


21 


St. Mary's 


1,783 


185 




30 


501 


208 










71 






137 


14 


Somerset 


960 


176 




193 


299 


23 








24 


29 






22 




Talbot 


902 


229 


45 


79 


128 


77 


3 


150 






12 


13 




41 


. 8 


Washington 


3,269 


640 




450 


613 


233 




288 




83 


145 


7 




174 


75 


Wicomico 


2,342 


596 




280 


352 


156 




406 






26 






105 




Worcester 


967 


108 




24 


297 


13 


12 


59 




32 


20 


9 




42 


7 



11 



TABLE 

35 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



,ocal Unit 


tarial 
Office 

Prac 1 1 rp 


Bookkeeping 


Ac coun t - 
ine 

o 


Business 
Eco- 
nomics 


Bus ine s s 
Law 


Business 

Eco- 
nomic s 

and 
Bu sine s s 

Law 


Business 
Organi - 
2a t ion 
and 
Manage- 
men t 


Sale s~ 
man sh i p 


Sa lesmanship 
and 


Da ta 
Pro- 
cessing 


Eco- 

nnrn j f e 

i I Will A ^ o 

of 

D i s t r i bu - 
ion (Job 
Problems) 


Other 
Business 
Education 


I 


II 


I 

and 
II 


Business 
Economics 


Business 
Law 


N- State 


715 


7 




1 , 325 


181 


1,887 


1,088 


2,852 


694 


209 


392 


223 


67 


4,614 


946 


5,851 


illegany 


28 




1 A 9 


- 


16 




- 


15 


- 




- 




23 


26 


■ 


18 


inne Arundel 


156 




869 


151 


- 




108 


49 


59 




72 


110 




715 


348 


511 


ialtimore City 




1 


130 


255 






402 


522 












1,237 




792 


Sal timore 




1 


650 


365 




171 


180 


351 


130 


31 


85 






524 




49 


lalver t 


20 




A 7 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






38 


- 


42 


'.aroline 


- 




1 1 1 
1 J I 


- 


- 


■ 


- 


22 


1 14 






- 


- 


31 




- 


;',arrcll 


- 






- 


- 


185 


9 


70 


16 










163 


* 


53 


lecil 


17 




117 






51 






39 














94 


Charles 


34 




199 


64 










43 




81 






85 




284 


)orchester 






95 


L U 




54 


- 


49 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


91 


- 


44 


'reder ick 






213 


<+6 




102 


21 


- 


66 


- 


18 






93 




147 


Jarrett 






47 


29 














19 










53 


[at f nr H 






209 






242 




214 




13 


31 






315 




260 


toward 


18 




195 


20 


29 


79 




45 


120 








21 


134 




100 


;ent 










72 
















23 


75 






lontgomery 


25 




830 


94 


30 




36 


419 




35 


20 






207 


432 


704 


'rince George 1 s 


158 




756 


117 




1,003 


183 


837 


107 


125 


66 


81 Q 




719 


152 


2,002 


}ueen Anne' s 


52 




41 


34 
















32 






14 


70 


!t. Mary' s 


32 




235 


35 








81 












100 




134 


Somerset 


17 




21 








71 


45 
















40 


Talbot 






90 


5 








17 




5 














. Jashington 






243 


73 


34 




12 


57 
















142 


Jicomico 


20 




116 








29 














38 




218 


Jorcester 






108 


11 






37 


59 
















94 



Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



TABLE 

36 



Total 



Physical Education 



T nr a 1 Tin l t 

LUlol UL1X U 


and 
Health 
Education 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 


11 




Grade 12 


Combination 


Other 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


o 
D 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


Total State 


310 


309 


29 


802 


28 


,043 


28 


333 


25 


,505 


26 


,825 


24 


, 782 


17 


725 


13,655 


6,769 


5, 


639 


3,295 


1,533 


17 


369 


11 


,199 


37 


,llf 


Allegany 


j 


Aftft 
HOD 




S98 
J L j 




Ann 




s^n 




"?7 9 
J 1 L 




_* j j 




9ft "i 

L\J J 




1 1 L 


32 








70 


- 




475 




9ft7 

L\J I 




1 7i 


Anne Arundel 


? l 


HI L 


i 
i 


9ftn 


i 

L 


7ftft 


1 


79? 
ILL 


I 


469 


\ 


797 


I 


n9i 

, \J L i. 




176 


■ 


C Q 










' 2 


RS9 


I 


, 356 


5 


, 64( 


Baltimore City 


LI 


ft 9 9 


3 




J 


9 Sft 


A 
H 


n7ft 
u / o 




281 


<i 
J 


590 


4 


99 ^ 


-> > 


"599 


2,802 




















1 1 


Q1( 

, vji 


Baltimore 


55 


909 


5 


352 


5 


371 


5, 


436 


<* 


866 


5 


179 


5 


,159 


5, 


443 


5, 151 


4,814 


4, 


723 


2,079 


940 




423 




253 




52' 


Calvert 


2 


339 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 








199 




50 




81 


Caroline 




938 




9 "*R 

L JO 




198 




236 




218 




248 




222 




189 


206 








- 


- 




90 




30 






Carroll 


7 

1 


9ftft 
ZOO 




ft "in 

D JU 




S77 

J 1 1 




ft 1 ft 

O L O 




Sft ~\ 

J O J 




I 1 J 




S9R 




SAft 


374 


1 Q 




36 


37 


■ 








1 9ft 

L L\J 




89 


Cecil 


4, 


703 




454 




428 




556 




311 




176 




178 




333 


305 














260 




187 




27' 


Charles 


6 


207 






























— 


- 






■ 


■ 










4 


,96. 


Dorchester 


2 


006 




285 




199 




243 




271 




129 












- 












210 




137 




10 


Frederick 


8 


981 




882 




808 




878 




789 




438 




434 








- 












652 




423 


2 


,58 


Garrett 


1 


764 




175 




140 




155 




139 




143 




131 




















403 




271 






Harford 


10 


263 


1 


198 


1 


216 


1; 


134 


1 


061 




185 




174 




245 


209 














688 




295 


1 


,63 


Howard 


7, 


058 




591 




526 




607 




569 




260 




130 




150 


134 


31 




37 


18 






721 




330 




41 


Kent 


1 


430 




33 








92 








184 




168 




144 


158 














129 




59 




-5 


Montgomery 


43 


527 


3 


583 


3 


380 


3 


717 


3 


367 




047 


3 


,621 


1, 


647 


1,186 


363 




232 


243 


30 


3, 


511 


2 


,485 


3 


,98 : 


Prince George ' s 


56 


571 


6 


379 


5 


614 


5 


954 


5 


527 


6 


000 


6 


,242 


3 


568 


2,225 


1,156 




306 


671 


423 


4, 


012 


2 


,870 


2 


,1? 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 


750 




184 




200 




337 




82 












195 


23 














36 




24 




25 


St. Mary's 


3 


506 




444 




434 




379 




310 




276 




210 




153 


113 














189 




95 






Somerset 


1 


594 




148 




130 




115 




116 




128 




119 




112 


92 


125 




106 


16 


10 




152 




148 




2 1 


Talbot 


1 


510 




22 




22 




29 




28 




54 




50 




45 


43 














372 




355 






Washington 


8 


368 




843 




771 




711 




697 




79 




261 




417 


133 


126 




163 


139 


98 


1, 


198 




932 


1 


,0C 


Wicomico 


6 


535 




629 




452 




654 




339 




578 




541 




508 


302 


41 




36 




32 




457 




341 






Worcester 


2 


524 




153 




133 




142 




130 




226 




265 




141 


167 


25 






22 






97 




165 




32 



NOTE: Boys - B; Girls - G. 



TABLE 

36 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Physical and Health Education 


Other 




Health 


Education 




Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 


11 


Grade 


12 


Combination 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Other 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


D 

D 


r 
\j 


n 

D 


r 


B 


G 


al State 


9 9 A7 


9 I/i'n 

L y 14 J 


9 9A7 


2, 


234 










211 


34 


122 


104 


931 


7 1 9 
ILL 


453 


2,419 


1,834 


801 


3,296 


1,409 


Al legany 


313 


244 


270 




322 


284 


322 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52 


87 


_ 




_ 






_ 


Anne Arundel 












1 A7 
10 / 


Z? L 














AA 




39 


_ 




362 


714 


_ 


Baltimore City 










- 










- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 






- 


Baltimore 




















- 


- 


- 


- 






81 






- 


115 




Calver t 


J ICS 


OA 1 
ZD 1 


ZOO 




270 




1 9S 






- 


- 


- 


- 


^9 7 


Z JO 








- 


86 




CuTCi 1 ine 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 






- 


- 




- 






_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


Carroll 


64 


63 


89 




64 




224 




Z 1 






31 






J4 


_ 


117 


74 




56 


388 


Cecil 




O / 


Q9 
7 Z 




94 




jjj 






- 


- 




- 






- 


- 


46 


31 




- 


Charles 




ZD 
















- 


- 


- 


- 








372 


77 


- 


589 


175 














154 


277 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 








- 


- 




Frederick 












88 


74 














145 


134 




_ 


_ 




t. c ■> 


_ 


Garrett 












80 


102 


















- 


- 


- 




25 


- 


Harford 












1,140 


776 


















306 












Howard 


130 


124 


164 




141 


724 


852 




















155 


131 


120 






Kent 


62 


169 


45 




52 


























28 


53 






Montgomery 


1,134 


988 


1,173 


1. 


151 


916 


1,274 


325 


560 


211 


43 


91 


65 


94 








23 






87 


Prince George' s 










24 


68 






277 














27 


1,506 


369 


59 


913 


204 


Queen Anne' s 












156 


263 






























St. Mary's 












243 


231 




















66 


120 


97 


146 




Somerset 


































54 










Talbot 












266 


175 


17 


16 








16 


















Washington 






















20 






269 


221 




149 


133 








Wicomico 




46 






52 




54 




33 




21 




23 










833 






555 


Worcester 


130 


137 


128 




64 




























79 







TABLE 

37 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Music 


Music 


Bci s ic 


Musicianship 


Chorus 


Music - 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


i 


II 


III 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Small Groups 
Instrumental 


Total State 


141,608 


41,996 


9,712 


993 


1,600 


1,780 


18 




12,800 


8,700 


9,072 


9,634 


Al 1 egany 


5,088 


1,428 


1,276 


96 


28 


28 


- 


- 


183 


216 


208 


369 


Anne Arundel 


12,032 


4,940 


597 


112 


26 


24 






213 


381 


1,468 


1,830 


Baltimore City- 


18,105 


7,937 


875 






802 




_ 


1,560 


1,623 




240 


Baltimore 


34,770 


11,599 


2,567 


_ 


13 


88 


13 


_ 


5,815 


866 


2,263 


1,649 


Calvert 


892 


594 


34 




_ 






_ 


13 


68 


- 


112 


Caroline 


1,103 


584 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


97 


67 


Carroll 


4,521 


869 


752 


26 


353 








281 


352 


48 


541 


Cecil 


1,413 


302 


240 


42 


54 


- 






174 






34 


Charles 


1,957 


430 


10 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


272 


207 


67 


200 


Dorches ter 


1,307 


664 


77 


48 


5 




_ 


_ 


31 


68 


- 


35 


Frederick 


4,362 


603 


583 


33 




66 






498 


288 


435 


193 


Garrett 


1,085 


162 




72 










215 


109 


78 


9 


Harford 


5,227 


815 


299 




363 


44 






406 


233 


521 


736 


Howard 


3,714 


553 


358 


105 


46 


36 






168 


175 


216 


409 


Kent 


489 


112 


56 














56 


144 




Montgomery 


14,908 


3,393 






184 


216 






743 


2,038 


1,267 


259 


Prince George' s 


15,664 


2,582 


47 




450 


225 


5 




1,690 


1,485 


1,360 


1,664 


Queen Anne ' s 


624 


159 


159 






6 






19 


89 




14 


St. Mary's 


1,503 


179 


332 


83 


34 


4 






28 


76 


243 


100 


Somerset 


677 


325 


105 












45 






28 


Talbot 


747 


179 


164 






15 






19 


68 




96 


Washington 


6,075 


2,024 


228 


57 




89 






276 


115 


423 


608 


Wicomico 


3,754 


1,225 


521 


177 


44 


114 






97 


71 


175 


411 


Worcester 


1,591 


338 


432 


142 




13 






54 


116 


59 


30 



TABLE 

37 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Band 


Orchestra 


Music 
His tory 
and 
Li terature 


Creative 
Music 
Arts 


Other 
Music 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


10,729 


11,211 


8,862 


4,330 


931 


1,686 


848 


773 


5,933 


Allegany 


163 


338 


586 




27 


83 


- 


59 


- 


Anne Arundel 


454 


397 


1,054 


35 


j i. 


133 


124 


- 


212 


Baltimore City 


1,438 


320 




231 


134 






125 


2,820 


Bal timore 


3,686 


1,483 


351 


3,317 


160 


77 


195 


94 


534 


Calvert 


- 


- 


71 


- 


- 


- 








Caroline 


135 


30 


190 








- 


- 




Carroll 


349 


450 


288 


26 


22 


82 


44 


38 


• 


Cecil 


111 


224 


232 














Charles 


299 


358 


80 


- 


- 


- 


24 






Dorchester 


36 


65 


250 


- 


- 


- 


18 


10 


- 


Frederick 




503 


974 


52 


23 




136 


16 


308 


Garrett 


169 


172 


63 




10 


14 


12 






Harford 


387 


371 


441 


52 


48 


130 


8 




373 


Howard 


314 


481 


384 


172 






58 


147 


92 


Kent 




45 


76 














Montgomery 


747 


2,294 


1,668 


191 


280 


598 


135 


53 


842 


Prince George's 


1,175 


1,941 


1,584 


191 


191 


223 




231 


620 


Queen Anne ' s 




61 


64 








36 




17 


St. Mary's 


135 


152 


137 














Somerset 


14 


42 


118 














Talbot 


48 


118 










40 






Washington 


270 


727 


797 


57 


4 


346 






54 


Wicomico 


362 


425 


86 


6 










40 


Worcester 


86 


214 


68 








18 




21 



TABLE 

38 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


Total 
Art 


Arts 
and 
Crafts 


Art 


Funda- 

men ta 1 s 
or 
Ar c 


Com- 
mercial 
Art 


History 
of 
Art 


Painting s 
and 

Caii 1 _ 

oCUip~ 

ture 


Ad- 
vanced 
Studio 
Experi- 
ences 


Other 
Ar t 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


131,458 


24,924 


27 ,612 


18,045 


7,665 


4,052 


5,887 


9,409 


2,028 


448 


1,941 


4,738 


24,709 


Allegany 


J, OZO 




1,440 


1,264 


128 


87 


155 


1 ^7 








i 7 
1 / 




Anne Arundel 






766 


90 


m 




3,059 


9 AAft 
L j OHO 


7 9 




JU 1 


9 ^11 

L j ~> 1 I 


LJ 


Baltimore City 


7ft 1 * 
ZZ , /oj 
























*22, 785 


Baltimore 


29,843 


_ 


9,985 


8,474 


6,114 


114 


_ 


2,659 


888 


73 


652 


489 


395 


Calvert 


1,252 


- 


343 


181 






_ 


680 


- 


- 


- 


48 


- 


balOl Hie 


1 97Q 


838 


237 


44 


- 


27 


133 














C arrr\ 1 1 


z j i ± j 


306 


1,047 


625 


7 


5 






79 




7 


39 




Can i 1 


1 , 229 


276 


464 


150 






339 














Charles 


2,023 


31 


1,314 


309 


148 


194 




- 


- 


- 


27 


- * 


- 


Dorchester 


563 


272 


106 


103 


_ 


18 


_ 


30 


- 


■ 


21 


13 






3 , 689 


847 


442 


459 


25 


700 


603 


136 


121 


141 


190 


25 




udl 1c LL 


589 


226 


104 


93 


73 


13 


51 






29 






— 


Harford 


2,889 


909 


694 


490 


56 


22 


102 


258 


19 


46 


68 


69 


156 


Howard 


2,965 


1,024 


671 


407 


60 


71 


213 


248 


32 


58 


103 


38 


40 


Kent 


332 




118 


214 




















Montgomery 


13,682 


5,688 


1,436 


23 




675 


254 


2,225 


636 


59 


177 


1,375 


1,134 


Prince George' s 


19,739 


7,833 


4,835 


3,141 


682 


1,914 


534 


57 


158 


19 


114 


286 


166 


Queen Anne' s 


117 




70 


21 


19 










7 








St. Mary's 


1,535 




636 


361 


188 


51 


96 


152 


23 






28 




Somerset 


292 


26 


88 


178 




















Talbot 


672 




335 


280 


31 


15 


11 














Washington 


3,966 


2,891 


512 


188 


48 


32 


60 


179 






48 




8 


Wicomico 


2,707 


181 


1,526 


792 


72 


28 


108 














Worcester 


1,550 


647 


443 


158 


14 


86 


169 








33 







*Course breakdown not available. 



Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 



TABLE 

39 



Local Unit 



Total 
Driver 
Education 



Driver Education 



Classroom 



Practice 



Classroom 

and 
Practice 



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 
Washing ton 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



25,458 

1,437 
1,818 
2,427 
1,079 
175 

473 
552 
288 
1,241 
71 

645 
473 
1,788 
261. 
162 

5,429 
3,914 
416 
264 
251 

266 
1,092 
806 
130 



3,421 

304 
261 

389 
285 



185 
465 

204 



30 
355 

122 
231 

166 

294 
130 



1,208 



135 

222 
5 



42 
3 



182 
2 



74 
158 

38 
20 

40 

285 



20,829 

1,437 
1,379 
2,427 
596 
170 

473 
121 

1,241 
71 

278 
6 

1,788 
55 
162 

5,325 
3,401 
416 

104 



60 
1,092 

227 



TABLE 



40 



Special 


Education Enrollment: Marylai 


id Public High Schools: Fall of 1975 


Local Unit 


Total 
Special 
Education 


Special 


Educa tion 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


28,541 


19, 238 


9 303 


Allegany 


213 


94 


119 


Anne Arundel 


4,541 


2, 363 


2, 178 


Baltimore City 


6,443 


6,100 


343 


Baltimore 


3,928 


3,279 


649 


Calvert 


242 


102 


140 


Caroline 


74 




74 


Carroll 


510 


194 


316 


Cecil 


330 


195 


135 


Charles 


998 


534 


464 


Dorchester 


247 


157 


90 


Frederick 


468 


380 


88 


Garrett 


122 


91 


31 


Harford 


427 


113 


314 


Howard 


700 


361 


339 


Kent 


113 


44 


69 


Montgomery 


3,413 


2,030 


1,383 


Prince George' s 


4,447 


2,602 


1,845 


Queen Anne' s 


255 


56 


199 


St. Mary's 


276 


195 


81 


Somerset 








Talbot 








Washington 


440 


144 


296 


Wicomico 


312 


162 


150 


Worcester 


42 


42 





TABLE 




Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Trt t Q 1 

10 i-ai 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


17.6 


l ft 


•a 
J 


L 1 


n 
\) 


Allegany 


18.1 


19 


1 


17 


2 


Anne Arundel 


18.1 


19 


2 


17. 


1 


Baltimore City 


18 . 4 


18 


3 


18 


5 


Baltimore 


17.0 


18. 





16 


2 


Calvert 


17.2 


17 


o 


17 


5 


Caroline 


17.7 


18 


8 


16 


7 


Carroll 


18.4 


17 


6 


19 


3 


Cecil 




17. 


6 


21 


4 


Charles 


18.8 


7 7 


c 


15 


7 


Dorchester 


16.0 


15 


9 


16 


1 


Frederick 


18.7 


18 


5 


18 


8 


Garrett ^. 


17 . 7 


17 


1 


18 


5 


Harford 


17.7 


18 


8 


16 


7 


Howard 


17.2 


20 


1 


14 


7 


Kent 


15.7 


14 


1 


17 


4 


Montgomery 


17. 1 


18 


9 


15 


7 


Prince George' s 


17.6 


17 


6 


17 


6 


Queen Anne' s 


18.3 


17 


9 


18 


7 


St. Mary's 


17.1 


20 


2 


"14 


3 


Somerset 


18.1 


19 


4 


16 


9 


Talbot 


14.4 


16 





13 


1 


Washing ton 


17.4 


18 


1 


16 


7 


Wicomico 


17.2 


18 


1 


16 


3 


Worcester 


15.7 


15 


4 


16 


1 



TABLE 

42 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre- 
kindergar ten 


Kindergarten 


Grades 1-6 




874 500 6 


459,828.8 


4,731.3 


58,697.6 


396,399.9 


414,671.8 


i\ i. .Legally 


15,929. 9 


7,957.9 




1,115.1 


6,842.8 


7,972.0 


Anne Arundel 


77,203.1 


40,635.8 


105.6 


5,353.8 


35,176.4 


36,567.3 


Baltimore City 


165,101.0 


90,721.0 


2,420.0 


10,580.0 


77,721.0 


74,380.0 


Bal timore 


122,820. 3 


60,469.6 


142.5 


7,587.5 


52,739.6 


62,350.7 


Calver t 


6,829.0 


3,772.5 


113.5 


456.0 


3,203.0 


3,056.5 


Caro 1 ine 


5, 189.4 


2,690.3 




364. 7 


2,325.6 


2,499. 1 


Carroll 


19,162.4 


10,311.7 




1,414.9 


8,896.8 


8,850.7 


Cecil 


13,088.8 


6,433.1 


_ 


993.6 


5,439.5 


6,655.7 


Cbar les 


16,918. 6 


9,446.0 


43.9 


1,168.7 


8,233.4 


7,472.6 


Dorchester 


6,020. 2 


3,106.0 




364.0 


2,742.0 


2,914.2 


Frederick 


22,363.0 


11,980.4 




1,702.0 


10,278.4 


10,382.6 


Garrett 


5,734.0 


3,213.6 




451. 1 


2,762.5 


2,520.4 


Harford 


33,659.1 


18,366.1 


123.7 


2,419.8 


15,822.6 


15,293.0 


Howard 


24,006.7 


13,094.0 




1,741.8 


11,352.2 


10,912.7 


Kent 


3,517.1 


1,701.3 




221.5 


1,479.8 


1,815.8 


Montgomery 


121,745.2 


61,644.3 


895.6 


8,102.6 


52,646.1 


60,100.9 


Prince George' s 


146,829.5 


77,698.8 


235.3 


9,978.3 


67,485.2 


69,130.7 


Queen Anne' s 


4,725.6 


2,388.8 




289.1 


2,099.7 


2,336.8 


St. Mary's 


11,884.8 


6,803.9 


80.6 


961.8 


5,761.5 


5,080.9 


Somerset 


4,289.2 


2,283.9 


71.1 


300.1 


1,912.7 


2,005.3 


Talbot 


4,580.2 


2,362.6 




314.5 


2,048.1 


2,217.6 


Washington 


23,117.1 


12,268.4 


387.6 


1,573.1 


10,307.7 


10,848.7 


Wicomico 


13,518.6 


7,291.4 


111.9 


863.7 


6,315.8 


6,227.2 


Worcester 


6,267.8 


3,187.4 




379.9 


2,807.5 


3,080.4 



TABLE 

43 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 




Average Number 


of Pupils Attending 




Percent of Attendance 


Grand 
Total 




Elementary 


Secondary 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pr ek. 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


Total 


Prek. 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Grades 
1-6 


aJ. O ua 


79"? Rhl ft 


427,980. 1 


4,023. 3 


53,291.9 


370,664.9 


T£ e Q £ -7 r 


90. 8 


93.1 


85.0 


90.8 


93.5 


88. 2 




15,037.6 


7,529.0 


- 


1,017.9 


6,511.1 


7 ^flfl A 
/ , jUo • 


94.4 


94.6 


- 


91.3 


95.1 


94. 2 


Atitip A run Hp 1 


71 002 8 


38,069.4 


89. 4 


4,884. 2 


33,095.8 




92.0 


93.7 


84.7 


91.2 


94.1 


90. 1 


Baltimore City 


138,379.0 


80,990.0 


2,013.0 


9, 181.0 


69, 796.0 


57,389.0 


83.8 


89.3 


83. 2 


86.8 


89.8 


7 7 1 


Baltimore 


113,377.6 


56,720. 1 


125. 3 


6,897.0 


49,697.8 


56,657.5 


92. 3 


93.8 


87.9 


90.9 


94. 2 


on o 


Calvert 


6, 249. 7 


3,509. 2 


103. 5 


413.3 


2,992.4 


9 7 Aft ^ 


91.5 


93.0 


91.2 


90.6 


93.4 


ftO 7 


Caro 1 ine 


4,830.9 


2,547.2 


- 


338.5 


2,208.7 


9 9ft 1 7 


93.1 


94.7 


- 


92.8 


95.0 


91.4 


Carroll 


17,900. 2 


9,726.1 




1, 298. 2 


8,427. 9 


ft 1 7 £± 1 
O j 1 / 4 • 1 


93.4 


94. 3 


- 


91.7 


94.7 


92.3 


Cecil 


12,095.3 


6,085.5 


- 


903. 4 


5, 182. . 


6,009.8 


92.4 


94.6 


- 


90.9 


95.3 


7U • J 


Charles 


15,607.0 


8,870. 3 


39. 5 


1,069.6 


7,761. 2 


6,736.7 


92. 2 


93.9 


90.9 


91.5 


94.3 


QO 1 

7U a 1 


Dor che s ter 


5,606. 2 


2,951. 9 




337 . 2 


2,614. 7 


Z , DJ4 • J 


93. 1 


95.0 




47 ft 


* J . j 


1 1 
7 1,1 




?n SfiQ 7 

iUj JO? • / 


11,200.4 




1,560.5 


9,639.9 




92.1 


93.5 




91.7 


93.8 


90.4 


Garrett 


5,378.2 


3,040.2 




411.0 


2,629.2 


2,338.0 


93.8 9 


94.6 




91. 1 


95.2 


92.8 


Harford 


31,304.4 


17,246.7 


109.4 


2,215.1 


14,922.2 


14,057.7 


93.0 


93.9 


88.4 


91.5 


94.3 


91.9 


Howard 


22,430.9 


12,384.5 




1,613.7 


10,770.8 


10,046.4 


93.4 


94.6 




92.6 


94.9 


92.1 


Kent 


3,325.3 


1,623.1 




209.6 


1,413.5 


1,702.2 


94.5 


95.4 




94.6 


95.5 


93.7 


Montgomery 


112,196.7 


57,843.1 


764.9 


7,458.4 


49,619.8 


54,353.6 


92.1 


93.8 


85.4 


92.0 


94.3 


90.4 


Prince George' s 


134,780.7 


73,032.7 


207.4 


9,139.4 


63,685.9 


61,748.0 


91.8 


94. # 


88.1 


91.6 


94.4 


89.3 


Queen Anne' s 


4,397.1 


2,245.0 




267.0 


1,978.0 


2,152. 1 


93.0 


94.0 




92.3 


94.2 


92.1 


St. Mary's 


10,942.6 


6,410.0 


73.7 


892.2 


5,444.1 


4,532.6 


92.1 


94.2 


91.4 


92.8 


94.5 


89.2 


Somerset 


3,981.9 


2,164.1 


65.1 


280.3 


1,818.7 


1,817.8 


92.8 


94.7 


91.6 


93.4 


95.1 


90.6 


Talbot 


4,270.0 


2,232.9 




294.4 


1,938.5 


2,037. 1 


93.2 


94.5 




93.6 


94.6 


91.9 


Washington 


21,519.3 


11,581.8 


329. 1 


1,450.8 


9,801.9 


9,937.5 ' 


93. 1 


94.4 


84.9 


92.2 


95. 1 


91.6 


Wicomico 


12,692.0 


6,937.8 


103.0 


804.5 


6,030. 3 


5,754.2 


93.9 


95. 1 


92.0 


93. 1 


95.5 


92.4 


Worcester 


5,952.5 


3,039. 1 




354.7 


2,684.4 


2,913.4 


95.0 


95.3 




93.4 


95.6 


94.5 



TABLE 

44 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1975 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


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 | 


All Schools 


966 


28 


80 


148 


115 


7 


5 


17 


16 


17 


13 


26 


15 


27 


25 


5 


150 


172 


6 


18 


12 


8 


31 


18 


7 


30 


or 


less 


3 




_ 


1 


_ 


_ 




. 




_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 






_ 








1 










31 


- 


60 


17 




2 


3 


1 












1 




1 




1 






2 






3 






1 


2 


61 


- 


90 


20 


1 


1 


6 


2 


1 








1 


1 




2 










2 






1 






1 


1 


91 


- 


120 


17 


1 


1 


1 


1 






1 






2 












2 


3 




1 






2 


2 




121 


- 


150 


9 


1 




1 








1 






1 




2 








2 


1 
















151 




180 


18 


2 


1 




1 








1 


1 


1 


1 


2 








2 


1 


1 


2 




2 








181 




210 


29 


5 


3 


1 




- 


- 


1 




1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


2 


4 




1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


- 


- 


211 




240 


27 


1 


1 


2 


2 








1 




1 


1 










7 


6 




1 






2 


2 




241 




270 


39 


3 


3 


2 


5 






1 


1 




1 


2 


1 


2 


2 




9 


3 




1 






3 






271 




300 


35 




3 


1 


2 








1 


1 


1 








1 




16 


3 






1 


2 


2 


1 




301 




330 


37 


2 


1 


3 


2 








1 


1 




2 




1 






10 


6 




3 


2 


2 


1 






331 




360 


51 


2 


4 


1 


5 




1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 






2 


11 


13 


1 


1 


2 




2 






361 




390 


50 




3 


4 


3 








3 






1 


1 




2 


1 


12 


10 


1 


3 


1 


1 


3 






391 




420 


50 




3 


5 


7 






1 


1 




1 








1 




12 


14 




1 






3 




1 


421 




450 


54 


2 


3 


7 


8 






1 


1 






1 


1 


1 


2 




5 


16 


1 


2 






2 




1 


451 




480 


62 


3 


5 


4 


5 






2 


1 


3 




2 




2 


4 




13 


13 




1 






1 


1 


1 


481 




510 


59 


2 


5 


8 


8 




1 


1 








2 




2 


5 




3 


17 


1 


1 






1 


2 




511 




540 


48 


2 


5 


6 


8 














2 






4 




11 


6 










1 


2 




541 




570 


62 




10 


7 


7 






1 


1 




1 


3 




1 


1 




7 


19 










1 


3 




571 




600 


52 




4 


5 


5 




1 




1 


3 




2 




1 


2 




11 


13 










2 


1 


1 


601 




660 


66 




7 


13 


14 




1 


1 


1 


4 




1 




2 






6 


14 










1 






661 




720 


60 




5 


18 


13 




1 


1 


1 






1 


1 


5 






6 


7 










1 






721 




780 


38 




4 


11 


12 






2 








1 




4 






1 


2 
















781 




840 


21 


1 


3 


10 


3 






2 




















1 












1 




841 




900 


8 




2 


4 


1 


















1 
























901 




960 


11 






6 








1 




1 




1 




1 




















1 




961 




1,020 


5 






4 




















1 
























1,021 




1,080 


4 






3 
















1 




























1,081 




1,140 


2 




1 


1 












































1,141 




1,200 


1 






1 












































1,201 




over 


11 






9 




















2 

























♦Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools. 



TABLE 

45 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1975 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bal timore 


Calvert 


Jcaroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


jchar les 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery |i 


Prince George's 1 
1 


Queen Anne' s j 


St. Mary's 


Somerset II 


Talbot * 


Washington 


Wicomico 


H 
V 

u 
<n 
U 
tl 
u 
O 


All Schools 


380 


8 


26 


49 


47 


5 


4 


10 


9 


9 


7 


9 


2 


11 


17 


3 


55 


61 


4 


7 


4 


5 


14 


7 


7 


30 or 


less 


1 




" 


" 














- 


— 


■ 


- 


— 


■ 




1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




51 - 


100 


3 




1 


1 














- 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 




- 


- 








101 - 


150 


3 




— 


2 














- 


— 








■ 


1 


— 






- 


- 




- 




151 - 


200 


2 






" 














2 




- 


















- 




— 


_ 


201 - 


250 


6 






3 




1 










" 


™ 


- 


- 




1 








- 




1 


— 


■ 




251 - 


300 


4 






1 














1 






1 
















1 








301 - 


350 


2 






" 














— 


m 


















1 


" 




- 


1 


351 - 


400 


8 




~ 


3 






1 


- 




1 


— 


™ 














1 


1 


" 


1 








401 - 


450 


3 






















1 














1 








1 




_ 


451- 


500 


7 






1 








1 




1 










1 




1 




1 








1 




_ 


501 - 


600 


24 


1 




1 






1 


3 


3 




1 


1 






4 




1 


1 






3 




1 


2 


1 


601 - 


700 


15 








1 




1 






1 


2 








3 




2 






1 






2 




2 


701 - 


800 


36 


4 


1 


1 




1 






3 


1 




1 






2 


1 




9 




2 




1 


1 




1 


801 - 


900 


20 








1 






1 


1 




1 






1 






6 


7 




1 






1 




_ 


901 - 


1,000 


45 




1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 




1 




2 


1 


2 






9 


15 










3 


2 


2 


1,001 - 


1,100 


28 




3 


1 


3 


1 


















3 




8 


7 










2 




_ 


1,101 - 


1,200 


33 




7 


2 


12 














2 






2 




2 


4 








1 




1 


_ 


1,201 - 


1,300 


18 


2 




4 


3 








1 












1 


1 


2 


2 












2 


- 


1,301 - 


1,400 


18 






3 


6 








1 


1 




1 




1 


1 




3 


- 
















1,401 - 


1,500 


12 


1 


1 




5 






2 


















3 


















1,501 - 


1,600 


13 






2 


3 










1 






1 


1 








2 


1 


1 






1 






1,601 - 


1,700 


13 




3 


4 












1 








1 






2 


1 




1 












1,701 - 


1,800 


12 








4 






1 




1 








1 






3 


1 










1 






1,801 - 


1,900 


5 




1 






















1 






2 


1 
















1,901 - 


2,000 


10 




2 


2 


4 
























2 


















2,001 - 


2,100 


6 




1 


2 


2 


















1 
























2,101 - 


2,200 


8 




1 


3 


























1 


3 
















2,201 - 


2,300 


6 




1 


3 








1 




















1 
















2,301 - 


2,400 


5 






2 


1 


























2 
















2,401 - 


2,500 


3 




1 


1 




























1 
















2,501 - 


over 


11 




2 


6 
















1 




1 








1 

















*Includes middle schools. 




STAFF DATA 




W 

Annual Report 




! 



I 



I 



TABLE 

46 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Locai unit 


15OJ-D0 


i voo-o / 


iyo /-oo 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


.al State 


34,823.9 


37.062.2 


39, 314.9 


42,365.4 


44,856.0 


45,753.9 


46,502.1 


46,514.5 


47,760.5 


47,745.2 


47,893.0 


Allegany 


746.5 


763.0 


776.8 


792.2 


793.6 


838.3 


837.9 


855.5 


851. 2 


852.3 


850.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,612.0 


2,839.2 


3,059.8 


3,219.6 


3,435.8 


3,499.5 


3,689.7 


3,767.5 


4,015.8 


3,982.9 


4,114.8 


Baltimore City 


8,163.5 


8,293.0 


8,381.5 


8,816.6 


10,223.0 


9,140.8 


8,929.0 


8,478.0 


9,106.0 


8,632.0 


8,684.0 


ft a 1 Hmrtra 
Dd J. L ±[UU I c 






J , OQQ . H 


£ »n i 

O , J J\J . L 


A AAA ^ 


/ , U J / . 


7 , 335. 7 


7,214.6 


*7,051. 1 


7,092. 2 


6,992. 1 


Calvert 


226.9 


259.2 


111 .1 


246.6 


255.7 


252.3 


292.5 


314.5 


337.0 


352.2 


383.6 


Caroline 


246.6 


253.7 


269.3 


262.5 


267.8 


279.7 


267.5 


264.0 


280.0 


280.9 


283. 3 


Carroll 


582.0 


651.6 


670.5 


749.3 


767.5 


782.0 


851.9 


927.6 


970.4 


1,013.0 


1,002.0 


Cecil 


'■488. 1 


511.8 


527.0 


610.8 


539.0 


552.6 


578.5 


600.5 


634.5 


641.8 


649.4 


Char les 




4 / 3 . J 


(in o c 




603. 9 


615. 2 


714. 9 


741 . 5 


784. 6 


844. 


869. 5 


Dorchester 


300.9 


312.2 


299.2 


306.7 


304. n 


331.5 


321.3 


328.5 


341.5 


355.0 


364.4 


Frederick 


776.2 


806.0 


994.5 


1,029.0 


986.9 


1,082. 1 


984.9 


1,045.7 


1,086.0 


1,138.3 


1,152.3 


Garrett 


227.3 


232.6 


237.0 


251.2 


263. 2 


279.7 


276.5 


283.0 


298.0 


306.0 


324.0 


Harford 


1,013.9 


1,148.0 


1,189.8 


1,321.7 


1,399.6 


1,515.5 


1,533.0 


1,561. 1 


1,687.8 


1,817.5 


1,829.4 


Howard 


480.0 


553.0 


627.0 


698.5 


789.5 


844.3 


951 J. 


1,085.5 


1,169.4 


1,258.4 


1,348.0 


Kent 


184.0 


186.2 


201. 1 


201.7 


211.4 


206.2 


209 a 


213.0 


210.5 


217.5 


217.5 


Montgomery 


5,061.6 


5,404.4 


5,746.6 


6,290.2 


6,735.4 


6,531.5 


6,869.0 


6,886.5 


7,138.7 


7,058.8 


6,882.0 


Prince George' s 


5,214.7 


5,907.0 


6,566.0 


7,467.0 


7,286.0 


8,444.7 


8,300.0 


8,303.0 


8,072.2 


8,083.2 


8,061.4 


Queen Anne' s 


194.5 


233.0 


233. 1 


245.2 


230.8 


239.9 


237.3 


243.5 


246.4 


249.0 


250.0 


St. Mary's 


444.8 


400.0 


459.8 


450.9 


511.6 


557.9 


600.6 


554.2 


605.3 


636.0 


668.4 


Somerset 


200.2 


201.2 


199.4 


208.5 


217.3 


232.7 


224.0 


219.0 


222.0 


230.0 


229.0 


Talbot 


207.4 


227.0 


229.5 


237.0 


244.9 


264.7 


276.0 


287.0 


297.0 


305.0 


307.0 


Washington 


958.4 


996.8 


1,054.5 


10,086.6 


1, 117.0 


1,139.5 


1,143.0 


1,247.6 


1,237.8 


1,267.9 


1,283.5 


Wicomico 


558.7 


569.7 


596. 1 


626.6 


674.9 


731.2 


721.0 


729.0 


738.4 


743.4 


761.2 


Worcester 


264.3 


269.8 


329.8 


329.4 


336.4 


334.5 


357.7 


364. 2 


378.9 


387.9 


386. 2 



*ita based on local unit budget; .certain classifications prorated on basis of 1972-73 actual report. 



Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


Total State 


18,355.0 


19,482. 


2 


20,482.6 


22,367.0 


23,546 


3 


24,048 


1 


23,646. 


7 


23,247.1 


23,895. 3 


24 


,102.6 


23,484.6 


Allegany 


319.5 


349. 





355. 


8 


365.6 


363 


9 


384 


5 


385 


2 


397.0 


393.2 




394. 


3 


386.5 


Anne Arundel 


1,472.8 


1,603. 


4 


1,681. 


3 


1,827.1 


1,935 


2 


1,980 





1,901 





1,909.0 


2,033.7 


1 


,994. 


1 


1,978.1 


Baltimore City 


4,481. 1 


4,489 


4 


4,477. 


6 


4,779.3 


5,522 





4,864 


3 


4,714.0 


4,404.0 


4,662.0 


4 


,817. 





4,673.0 


Baltimore 


2,619.6 


2,801. 


5 


2,933.9 


3,174.5 


3,341.5 


3,360 


4 


3,475.7 


3, 349. 1 


*3, 301. 5 


3 


,304. 


6 


3, 145. 1 


Calvert 


124.4 


142 


7 


144. 


8 


128.6 


137 


1 


126 


4 


151 





144.5 


158.0 




172. 


8 


208.9 


Caroline 


105.4 


120.3 


128. 


2 


131.7 


131 





138 


2 


132.0 


128.5 


138.3 




137. 


3 


133.3 


Carroll 


297. 2 


348 


3 


356. 


6 


388.6 


385 


1 


413 





440 


8 


502.5 


513.5 




529. 


6 


544.2 


Cecil 


253.6 


268 


9 


272. 





291.6 


255 


.5 


253 


8 


260 


5 


293.0 


336.0 




337. 


8 


337.9 


Charles 


230.0 


236 


5 


255.7 


324. 2 


313. 1 


348 


.1 


391 


5 


361. 5 


431.6 




400. 


5 


394.0 


Dorches ter 


152.5 


158 


8 


149. 


1 


151.5 


144.9 


152 


.5 


149 


8 


158.5 


165.3 




174. 


§ 


183.4 


Frederick. 


380.4 


421 


5 


494. 





513.0 


527 


.0 


581 


7 


529.4 


560.6 


578.3 




595.5 


600.0 


Garrett 


122.8 


123 


6 


127. 


2 


133.3 


140.4 


154 


.9 


153 





163.0 


163.2 




173. 





188.0 


Harford 


561.8 


659 


6 


646. 


8 


828.7 


804 


.3 


819 


.9 


852 


1 


845.4 


831.5 




912. 


8 


912.9 


Howard 


237.0 


227 





291. 





313.0 


351 


.5 


395 


.4 


500 


2 


501.0 


621.9 




649. 


9 


606.7 


Kent 


89.0 


94 





104. 


7 


99.7 


111 


.0 


110.7 


109 


8 


110.0 


111.0 




112. 


5 


113.0 


Montgomery 


2,590.8 


2,753 





2,853. 


8 


3,162.4 


3,416 


.9 


3,185.5 


3,229 


1 


3,203.9 


3,398.5 


3 


,351. 


6 


3,055.3 


Prince George' s 


2,909.0 


3,284 





3,699. 





4,195.0 


4,026 


.0 


5,038 


.7 


4,532 





4,481.5 


4,228.9 


4 


,207. 


9 


4,129.7 


Queen Anne 1 s 


94.5 


103 





107. 





106. 2 


101 


.4 


105 


.0 


116 


7 


114.5 


120.0 




125. 





125.0 


St. Mary's 


235.8 


200 





237. 


5 


227.9 


276 


.0 


331 


.9 


292 


6 


261.2 


291.9 




299. 





313.6 


Somerset 


96.1 


97 


1 


96. 


3 


104. 1 


103 


.5 


104.0 


106 





99.0 


97.0 




105. 





110.0 


Talbot 


106.2 


110 


7 


108. 


2 


109.2 


110 


.4 


122 


.0 


128 





132.5 


139.0 




139. 


8 


138.0 


Washington 


468.0 


476 


1 


505. 


4 


520.4 


538.5 


535.6 


564 





572.6 


609.3 




589. 


2 


634.0 


Wicomico 


276.5 


280 


.3 


286. 


1 


325.2 


341 


.2 


374 


.8 


368 





372.0 


382.7 




382. 


2 


379.5 


Worcester 


131.0 


133 


5 


170. 


6 


166.2 


168 


.9 


166 


.8 


164 


3 


182.3 


189.0 




196. 


4 


194.5 



*Data based on local unit budget; certain classifications prorated on basis of 1972-73 actual report. 



TABLE 

48 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


al State 


16,468.9 


17,570.0 


18,832. 3 


19,998.4 


21,309. 7 


21 , 705 . 8 


22,855.4 


OT 9A7 A 

t. J , L\J 1 •*+ 


£ J , OD J . L 


L J , DHi • O 


A Afift A 


Al legany 


427.0 


414.0 


421.0 


426.6 


429. 7 


453. 8 


452. 7 


458. 5 


H JO ■ \J 


ZiSfl fl 
4JO.V 


AA 1 1 


Anne Arundel 


1, 139. 2 


1, 235.8 


1,378.5 


1, 392. 5 


1,500. 6 


1,519.5 


1, 788. 7 


1,858. 5 


1 QA9 1 


1 QHft fl 


? 1 7 
L f I JO . / 


Baltimore City 


3,682.4 


3,803.6 


3,903.9 


4,037.3 


4,701.0 


4,276.5 


4,215.0 


4,074.0 


4,444.0 


3,815.0 


4,011.0 


Bal timore 


2,609.8 


2,766.8 


2,952.5 


3,175.6 


3,319.0 


3,697.2 


3,860.0 


3,865.5 


*3,749.6 


3,787.6 


3,847.0 


Calvert 


102.5 


116.5 


132.9 


118.0 


118. 6 


125. 9 


141 . 5 


170.0 


179.0 


179 4 


1 1L 7 


Caroline 


141. 2 


133.4 


141. 1 


130. 8 


136 . 8 


141. 5 


135 . 5 


135. 5 


141.7 


1 L 7 A 

L*4 J . O 




Carroll 


. 284.8 


303. 3 


313.9 


360. 7 


382.4 


369 . 


411.1 


425 . 1 


456 . 9 


Afll L 


AS7 fl 


Cecil 


234.5 


242.9 


255.0 


319.2 


283.5 


298.8 


318.0 


307.5 


298.5 


304.0 


311.5 


Charles 


212.0 


239.0 


246.8 


243.3 


290.8 


267. 1 


323.4 


380.0 


353.0 


443.5 


475.5 


Dorchp <; t^T" 


148. 4 


153.4 


150. 1 


155. 2 


159 . 4 


179.0 


171 S 


MOO 


1 7£i 9 


i ftn o 

ioU . L 


l fl l n 




395. 8 


384. 5 


500. 5 


516 . 


459 . 9 




ASS 5 




^H7 7 


SA 9 fl 


J J I, J 


Garrett 


104.5 


109.0 


109.8 


117.9 


122.8 


124.8 


123.5 


120.0 


134.8 


133.0 


136.0 


Harford 


452.1 


488.4 


543.0 


493.0 


595.3 


695.6 


680.9 


715.7 


856. 3 


904.7 


916.5 


Howard 


243.0 


326.0 


336.0 


385.5 


438.0 


448.9 


450.9 


584.5 


547.5 


608.5 


741.3 


Kent 


95.0 


92.2 


96.4 


102.0 


100.4 


95.5 


99.3 


103.0 


99.5 


105.0 


104.5 


Montgomery 


2,470.8 


2,651.4 


2,892.8 


3,127.8 


3,318.5 


3,346.0 


3,639.9 


3,682.6 


3,740.2 


3,707.2 


3,826.7 


Prince George' s 


2,305.7 


2,623.0 


2,867.0 


3,272.0 


3,260.0 


3,406.0 


3,768.0 


3,821.5 


3,843.3 


3,875.3 


3,931.7 


Queen Anne' s 


100.0 


120.0 


126. 1 


139.0 


129.4 


134.9 


120.6 


129.0 


126.4 


124.0 


125.0 


St. Mary's 


209.0 


200.0 


222.3 


223.0 


235.6 


226.0 


308.0 


#93.0 


313.4 


337.0 


354.8 


Somerset 


104.1 


104. 1 


103.1 


104.4 


113.8 


128.7 


118.0 


120.0 


125.0 


125.0 


119.0 


Talbot 


101.2 


116.3 


121.3 


127.8 


134.5 


142.7 


148.0 


154.5 


158.0 


165.2 


169.0 


Washington 


490.4 


520.7 


549. 1 


566.2 


578.5 


603.9 


579.0 


675.0 


628.5 


678.7 


649.5 


Wicomico 


282.2 


289.4 


310.0 


301.4 


333.7 


356.4 


353.0 


357.0 


355.7 


361.2 


381.7 


Worcester 


133.3 


136.3 


159.2 


163.2 


167.5 


167.7 


193.4 


181.9 


189.9 


191.5 


191.7 



*ta based on local unit budget; certain classifications prorated on basis of 1972-73 actual report. 



TABU 

49 

Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Sec- 
retarial 

and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Nonins true tional 


Instructional 


Total 


Profess- 
ional 


Other 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 

Fli rpr fnT5 

U J- L Si- <~ 1- O , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


OLlJ.v_lcll.lv— C. f 
1 1C Uld) ClLill 

Psycho- 
logical 

Ppr c nnn p 1 


Aides 


Total State 


80, 282. 9 


5,257.4 


20,347. 2 


1, 290. 3 


19,056. 9 


54 678. 3 


706 . 4 


2,411.9 


42, 748. 2 


2,732.9 


6,078.9 


Allegany 


1,474.0 


71.5 


409.5 


19.0 


390.5 


993.0 


19.0 


52.0 


755.0 


43.0 


124.0 


Anne Arundel 


6,047.0 


489 . 5 


1,235.9 


67.0 


1,168.9 


4,321.6 


67.0 


175.0 


3,723.3 


216.5 


139.8 


Baltimore City 


17,090.0 


997.0 


5,074.0 


510.0 


4,564.0 


11,019.0 


91.0 


396.0 


7,893.0 


395.0 


2,244.0 


Baltimore 


10,486.3 


637.1 


2,543. 6 


129.0 


2,414. 6 


7,305.6 


69.0 


385.0 


6,088.5 


518.6 


244.5 


Calvert 


679.9 


48.0 


131. 4 


12.0 


119 . 4 


500. 5 


8.9 


23.0 


338. 6 


22.0 


108.0 


Caroline 


382. 7 


16. 3 


59.0 


6.0 


53.0 


307.4 


4.6 


14.0 


252.5 


16.8 


19.5 


Carroll 


1,555.8 


103. 7 


317.3 


22.0 


295.3 


1,134.8 


20.2 


51.0 


899.8 


51.2 


112.6 


Cecil 


973.7 


64.4 




13. 5 


120 . 3 


775.5 


13.5 


36.0 


584. 4 


29.0 


112.6 


Charles 


1,501.0 


97.5 


438. 5 


18. 5 


420.0 


965.0 


20. 5 


43.0 


768.0 


58.5 


75.0 


Dorchester 


684.8 


41. 3 




11 


1 S 1 9 

1 -J 1 » L 


481 . 3 


7 1 5 


23. 2 


323.4 


17.8 


109.4 


Frederick 


1,869.6 


128.8 


359.5 


32.0 


327.5 


1,381.3 


32.7 


67.0 


1,022.7 


62.6 


196.3 | 




530. 5 


98 5 


104.0 


7.0 


97.0 


398.0 


9.0 


22.5 


291.5 


10.0 


65.0 


Harford 


2,991.9 


182.1 


763.0 


36.8 


726.2 


2,046.8 


37.4 


75.5 


1,656.7 


97.2 


180.0 


Howard 


2,056.0 


189.5 


332.5 


16.0 


316.5 


1,534.0 


28.0 


65.7 


1,188.8 


93.5 


158.0 


Kent 


349.5 


21.0 


92.0 


4.5 


87.5 


236.5 


6.0 


11.0 


193.5 


13.0 


13.0 


Montgomery 


11,832.4 


913.8 


3,050.5 


196.0 


2,854.5 


7,868.1 


79.0 


336.0 


6,106.9 


439. 1 


907.1 


Prince George' s 


13,164.4 


822.3 


3,633.7 


111.0 


3,522.7 


8,708.4 


111.0 


413.0 


7,184.4 


464.0 


536. ; 


Queen Anne' s 


378.0 


29.0 


59.0 


3.0 


56.0 


290.0 


7.0 


13.0 


229.0 


8.0 


33.0 


St. Mary's 


1,153.2 


83.0 


292.8 


21.0 


271.8 


777.4 


10.0 


37.0 


583.0 


48.4 


99.0 


Somerset 


443.0 


20.0 


89.0 


6.0 


83.0 


334.0 


11.0 


23.0 


200.0 


6.0 


94.0 


Talbot 


459.5 


21.8 


66.3 


10.0 


56.3 


371.4 


4.0 


17.0 


276.0 


14.0 


60.4 


Washington 


2,314.5 


154.5 


674.0 


22.0 


652.0 


1,486.0 


27.0 


67.0 


1,149.5 


67.0 


175.5 


Wicomico 


1,282.0 


74.5 


263.5 


11.0 


252.5 


944.0 


14.3 


49.0 


689.1 


23.1 


168.5 


Worcester 


583.2 


22.3 


62.2 


6.0 


56.2 


498.7 


8.8 


17.0 


350.6 


18.6 


103.7 



TABLE 

50 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Locai unit 


Grand 
To tal 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 






Professional 


Staff 








Aides 


Sec re car ie s 
and 

C 1 Aft <- 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors, 
and 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance: 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
vi sua 1 
Per sonne 1 


Psycho- 
logica 1 
Per sonne L 


al State 


DO , Jo j • J 


A Q CQQ A 


"7f\A A 


2,411.9 


42,748.2 


i , iyo . y 


i 77 ^ r\ 

L j Z I J . u 


DO* u 


i Qft n 


A H7ft Q 

o , \j i o ■ y 


t. 7r^i 7 

J i f \Jj • z 


Allegany 


1 ,046 . 5 


869 . 


19 . 


52.0 


755.0 


ZJ.U 


1 / . u 


1 n 


Z. U 


i ta n 


<\ 7 ^ 
J J. J 


Anne Arundel 


4, 702. 1 


A 1 Ol Q 
4 , LOL . 


o / . u 


175.0 


3,723.3 


Q ft 1 

yo. / 


QQ ft 




l ft n 


i jy • o 




Baltimore City 


11,455.0 


8,775.0 


91.0 


396.0 


7,893.0 


174.0 


160.0 


7.0 


54.0 


2,244.0 


436.0 


Baltimore 


7, /87.6 


7,061. 1 


69.0 


385.0 


6,088.5 


194.0 


259.6 


41.0 


24.0 


244.5 


482.0 


Calvert 


J JO . 3 


jy z. j 


a . y 


23.0 


338.6 


11 C\ 






9 n 


ins n 


1A f) 
Ju . V 


Caroline 


317 . 9 


287 . 9 


4. 


14.0 


252.5 


7 • U 


7 ft 






i y . J 


i n s 


Carroll 


1,207.4 


1,022. 2 


20 . 2 


51.0 


899.8 


7 ^ ^ 


ZZ . J 




J . L 


119 A 


7 9 A 


Cecil 


822.5 


662.9 


13.5 


36.0 


584.4 


15.0 


13.0 


- 


1.0 


112.6 


47.0 


Charles 


1,039.5 


890.0 


20.5 


43.0 


768.0 


22.0 


33.0 


- 


3.5 


75.0 


74.5 


Dorchester 


511. 5 


371.9 


7.5 


23.2 


323.4 


O.J 


7 7 




7 n 

Z . U 


1 HQ A 


vi 9 

JU • L 


Frederick. 


1,476.0 


1, 185.0 


32. 7 


67.0 


1,022.7 


19 1 
Jim 1 


7 ^ ^ 
Z3 . J 






1 QA 1 


94. 7 


Garrett 


419.5 


333.0 


9.0 


22.5 


291.5 


3.0 


5.0 


1.0 


1.0 


65.0 


21.5 


Harford 


2,180.3 


1,866.8 


37.4 


75.5 


1,656.7 


41.2 


54.0 




2.0 


180.0 


133.5 


Howard 


1,685.0 


1,376.0 


28.0 


65.7 


1,188.8 


47.0 


40.5 




6.0 


158.0 


151.0 


Kent 


254.5 


223.5 


6.0 


11.0 


193.5 


7.0 


6.0 






13.0 


18.0 


Montgomery 


8,544.4 


6,961.0 


79.0 


336.0 


6,106.9 


197.5 


208.0 


2.0 


31.6 


907.1 


676.3 


Prince George's 


9,394.7 


8,172.4 


111.0 


413.0 


7,184.4 


194.0 


225.0 


8.0 


37.0 


536.0 


686.3 


Queen Anne' s 


310.0 


257.0 


7.0 


13.0 


229.0 


3.0 


5.0 






33.0 


20.0 


St. Mary's 


840.4 


678.4 


10.0 


37.0 


583.0 


26.4 


18.0 


1.0 


3.0 


99.0 


63.0 


Somerset 


350.0 


240.0 


11.0 


23.0 


200.0 


3. a 


3.0 






94.0 


16.0 


Talbot 


388.4 


311.0 


4.0 


17.0 


276.0 


6.0 


7.0 




1.0 


60.4 


17.0 


Washington 


1,594.0 


1,310.5 


27.0 


67.0 


1,149.5 


39.0 


26.0 


1.0 


1.0 


175.5 


108.0 


Wicomico 


1,004.5 


775.5 


14.3 


49.0 


689.1 


7.0 


15.0 




1.1 


168.5 


60.5 


Worcester 


515.3 


395.0 


8.8 


17.0 


350.6 


10.0 


8.0 




.6 


103.7 


16.6 



TABL 

51 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
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 


Total State 


30,681. 1 


23,849.6 


365.0 


1 "3 9 9 /. 


1 1 /. /. /. 


728.1 


169.5 


32.0 


87.2 


5,075.4 


1,756.1 


Allegany 


545.5 


395.5 


9.0 


26.0 


350.0 


9.0 


- 


0.5 


1.0 


122.0 


28.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,274.2 


2,011.1 


33.0 


100.5 


1,793.0 


64.6 


11.0 




9.0 


90.6 


172.5 


Cd 1 L1IILUX c (jl L) 


7 ,018 . 


4,741.0 


68.0 


9^7 n 
Z J / • u 


a on s n 


110.0 


5.0 


4.0 


12.0 


2,074.0 


203.0 


Baltimore 


3,508.7 


3,178.2 


33.1 


9 9 9 ^ 


7 AOS n 


107.0 


83.8 


20.5 


12.3 


100.1 


230.4 


Calvert 


334.4 


213.4 


4.5 


1 L. 9 


J.OH • D 


7.1 


1.5 


- 


1.6 


98.5 


22.5 


Caroline 


157.5 


134.7 


1.4 


5.0 


123.3 


5.0 


- 


- 


- 


18.0 


4.8 


Carroll 


687.3 


551.2 


7.0 


21.5 


507.0 


14.0 




- 


1.7 


109.3 


26.8 


Can 4 1 


467 . 5 




6. 3 


17 n 
l / • U 


010 Q 


6.5 


1.0 




, 5 


102. 3 


21.0 


Charles 


514.5 


404.0 


10.0 


01 n 


OA q n 


12.0 


10.0 


- 


2.0 


68.0 


42.5 


Dorchester 


292.3 


186.7 


3.3 


in a 


1 Aft 1 


3.3 


0.3 


- 


0.5 


92.4 


13.2 


Frederick 


801.5 


615.6 


15.6- 


38.8 


532.7 


22.3 


2.2 




4.0 


135.3 


50.6 


Garrett 


266. 5 


193. 


5.0 


14.5 


171.5 


1 . 




U. j 


U.J 


oU . U 


10 1 


Harford 


1,149.5 


931.5 


18.6 


43.5 


824.2 


28.2 


16.0 




1.0 


162.0 


56.0 


Howard 


829.2 


620.2 


13.5 


25.2 


554.0 


24.0 






3.5 


137.0 


72.0 


Kent 


134.2 


116.2 


3.2 


6.0 


101.0 


4.5 


1.5 






9.0 


9.0 


Montgomery 


3,966.5 


3,094.8 


39.5 


176.5 


2,726.5 


123.5 


12.0 


1.0 


15.8 


544.5 


327.2 


Prince George' s 


5,018.1 


4,184.7 


55.0 


227.5 


3,723.2 


135.0 


22.0 


4.0 


18.0 


514.5 


318.9 


Queen Anne' s 


167.0 


128.5 


3.5 


6.0 


117.0 


1.0 


1.0 






27.0 


11.5 


St. Mary's 


446. 1 


319.1 


5.5 


17.0 


277.2 


17.4 




0.5 


1.5 


98.0 


29.0 


Somerset 


200.5 


114.5 


4.5 


13.0 


97.0 










77.0 


9.0 


Talbot 


207.0 


140.0 


2.0 


7.0 


128.5 


2.0 






0.5 


58.0 


9.0 


Washington 


845.0 


646.0 


12.0 


34.0 


573.5 


25.0 




1.0 


0.5 


152.0 


47.0 


Wicomico 


564.2 


386.2 


6.7 


30.5 


348.2 








0.8 


148.0 


30.0 


Worcester 


285.9 


199.3 


4.8 


7.4 


178.7 


5.7 


2.2 




0.5 


77.9 


8.7 



TABLE 

52 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



a 


Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 






Professional 


Staff 








Aides 


Secretaries 
and 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Direc tor s , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


To a rV\oT c 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Per sonne 1 




tal State 


27,702.4 


24,749.8 


341.4 


1,088. 5 


21,603.8 


468.8 


1, 105.5 


31.0 


110.8 


1,003.5 


1,949.1 




Allegany 


501.0 


473. 5 


10.0 


26.0 


405.0 


14.0 


17.0 


0.5 


1.0 


2.0 


25. 5 




Anne Arundel 


2,427.9 


2,170.7 


34.0 


74.5 


1,930.3 


34. 1 


88. 8 


- 


9.0 


49. 2 


208.0 




Baltimore City 


4,437.0 


4,034.0 


23.0 


159.0 


3,588.0 


64. 


155.0 


3.0 


42.0 


170.0 


233.0 




Bal timore 


4,278.0 


3,882.9 


35.9 


161.5 


3,390.5 


87.0 


175.8 


20.5 


11.7 


144.4 


251.6 




Calvert 


202.1 


179. 1 


4.4 


8.8 


154. 1 


3.9 


7.5 


- 


0.4 


9.5 


13.5 




Caroline 


160.4 


153. 2 


3. 2 


9.0 


' 29. 2 


4.0 


7.8 






1 . 5 


5. 7 




Carroll 


520. 1 


471.0 


13. 2 


29.5 


392.8 


11.5 


22.5 




1.5 


3. 3 


45. 8 




Cecil 


355.0 


318. 7 


7.2 


19.0 


271.5 


8.5 


12.0 




. 5 


10. 3 


26.0 




Charles 


525.0 


486.0 


10.5 


22.0 


419.0 


10.0 


23.0 


_ 


1.5 


7.0 


32.0 




Dorchester 


219.2 


185.2 


4.2 


12.4 


154.9 


5.2 


7.0 


- 


1.5 


17.0 


17.0 




Frederick. 


674.5 


569. 4 


17. 1 


28.2 


490.0 


9 . 8 


23. 3 


1 . 




61.0 


44 . 1 




Garrett 


153.0 


140.0 


4.0 


8.0 


120.0 


2.0 


5.0 


0. 5 


0. 5 


5 . 


0.0 




Harford 


j. ,030. 8 


935. 3 


18. 8 


32.0 


832.5 


13.0 


38.0 




1.0 


18.0 


77.5 




Howard 


855.8 


755.8 


14.5 


40.5 


634.8 


23.0 


40.5 




2.5 


21.0 


79.0 




Kent 


120.3 


107.3 


2.8 


5.0 


92.5 


2.5 


4.5 






4.0 


9.0 




Montgomery 


4,577.9 


3,866.2 


39.5 


159.5 


3,380.4 


74.0 


196.0 


& 1.0 


15.8 


362.6 


349. 1 




Prince George's 


4,376.6 


3,987.7 


56.0 


185.5 


3,461.2 


59.0 


203.0 


4.0 


19.0 


21.5 


367.4 




Queen Anne' s 


143.0 


128.5 


3.5 


7.0 


112.0 


2.0 


4.0 






6.0 


8.5 




St. Mary's 


394.3 


359.3 


4.5 


20.0 


305.8 


9.0 


18.0 


0.5 


1.5 


1.0 


34.0 




Somerset 


149.5 


125.5 


6.5 


10.0 


103.0 


3.0 


3.0 






17.0 


7.0 




Talbot 


181.4 


171.0 


2.0 


10.0 


147.5 


4.0 


7.0 




0.5 


2.4 


8.0 




Washing ton 


749.0 


664.5 


15.0 


33.0 


576.0 


14.0 


26.0 




0.5 


23.5 


61.0 




Wicomico 


440.3 


389.3 


7.6 


18.5 


340.9 


7.0 . 


15.0 




0.3 


20.5 


30.5 


- 


Worcester 


229.4 


195.7 


4.0 


9.6 


171.9 


4.3 


5.8 




0. 1 


25.8 


7.9 



TABLE 

53 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 





Grades Prek.-12 


Grades Prek.-6 


Grades 7-12 


Local Unit 


Total 


Central 


In 


Total 


Central 


In 


Total 


Central 


In 






Office 


Schools 




Office 


Schools 




Office 


Schools 


Total State 


3,705. 2 


715.9 


2,989. 3 


1,756. 1 


423.9 


1,332. 2 


1,949. 1 


292.0 


1,657. 1 


All POflTIV 
aj. legal i y 


53.5 


12.5 


41.0 


28.0 


7.0 


21.0 


25.5 


5.5 


20.0 


Anne Arundel 


380.5 


172.5 


208.0 


172.5 


132.5 


40.0 


208.0 


40.0 


168.0 


Baltimore City- 


436.0 


51.0 


385.0 


203.0 


33.0 


170.0 


233.0 


18.0 


215.0 


Baltimore 


482.0 


37.0 


445.0 


230.4 


17.8 


212.6 


251.6 


19.2 


232.4 


Calvert 


36.0 


6.0 


30.0 


22.5 


3.5 


19.0 


13.5 


2.5 


11.0 


Caro 1 ine 


10.5 


US 


9.0 


4.8 


0.8 


4.0 


5.7 


0.7 


5.0 


Carrol 1 


72.6 


10.6 


62.0 


26.8 


5.3 


21.5 


45.8 


5.3 


40.5 


Cecil 


47.0 


8.0 


39.0 


21.0 


4.0 


17.0 


26.0 


4.0 


22.0 


Charles 


74.5 


19.5 


55.0 


42.5 


9.5 


33.0 


32.0 


10.0 


22.0 


Dm- c \\e> cfpr 


30. 2 


7.0 


23. 2 


12.2 


3.4 


9.8 


17.0 


3.6 


13.4 


F T" C> H £i 1" 1 f\c 

r i Luti J. V- r\. 


94.7 


21.2 


73.5 


50.6 


10.2 


40.4 


44.1 


11.0 


33. 1 


Garrett 


21.5 


6.0 


15.5 


13.5 


3.0 


10.5 


8.0 


3.0 


5.0 


Harford 


133.5 


17.0 


116.5 


56.0 


8.5 


47.5 


77.5 


8.5 


69.0 


Howard 


151.0 


29.0 


122.0 


72.0 


14.0 


58.0 


79.0 


15.0 


64.0 


Kent 


18.0 


6.0 


12.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


Montgomery 


676.3 


173.2 


503. 1 


237.2 


96.2 


231.0 


349. 1 


77.0 


272.1 


Prince George' s 


686.3 


78.8 


607.5 


318.9 


39.4 


279.5 


367.4 


39.4 


328.0 


Queen Anne' s 


20.0 


4.0 


16.0 


11.5 


2.5 


9.0 


8.5 


1.5 


7.0 


St. Mary's 


63.0 


17.0 


46.0 


29.0 


8.0 


21.0 


34.0 


9.0 


25.0 


Somerset 


16.0 


5.0 


11.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


7.0 


2.0 


5.0 


Talbot 


17.0 


2.0 


15.0 


9.0 


1.0 


8.0 


8.0 


1.0 


7.0 


Washington 


108.0 


19.0 


89.0 


47.0 


12.0 


35.0 


61.0 


7.0 


54.0 


Wicomico 


60.5 


9.5 


51.0 


30.0 


5.0 


25.0 


30.5 


4.5 


26.0 


Worcester 


16.6 


2.6 


14.0 


8.7 


1.3 


7.4 


7.9 


1.3 


6.6 



TABLE 

54 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 











Administration 


Pup: 


.1 Personnel 






4ealth Serv 


ices 












Super- 






















Local Unit 








intendents 


























and 


Directors 




Directors 






Directors 










Total 


Assistant 


and 


Other 


and 


Other 


and 


Other 










Super- 


Supervisors 


Personnel 


Supervisors 






Supervisors 














intendents 






















Total State 


21 


, 899 . 


4 




"iAQ n 

DHy . u 


7 1 Q 1 


469. 





168 


2 


8 


. 3 


268. 





Allegany 






j 


2.0 


6.0 


8.0 


6. 













3. 


o 


Anne Arundel 


1 


, 344. 


9 


4.0 


24.0 


36.0 


29. 

















Baltimore City 


5 


,635. 





10 . 


221.0 


231.0 


225. 





157 





5 


.0 


1. 





Baltimore 


• 2 


,698. 


7 


in n 


">.P, f) 
JO ■ u 


16 . 


34. 







- 


1 


.0 


49. 


6 


Calvert 




1 AT 
14 J . 


A 
H 


i n 


ft L 




4. 











~ 


1 


^ 


Caroline 




A/i 
Ot. 


Q 
O 


1.5 


0.5 


- 


2. 


o 














Carroll 




348. 


4 


2.0 


9.0 


6.0 


6. 







_ 






6. 





Cecil 




151. 


2 


1 c 

1 • J 


H • U 


J • u 


4. 













3. 





Charles 




461. 


5 






1 1 n 


6. 

















Dorchester 




173. 


3 


Z . U 


z. u 


D . U 


5. 





1L 









2. 





Frederick. 




393. 


6 


1.0 


14.0 


6.0 


6. 













3. 





Garrett 




111. 





2.0 


1.0 




2. 













1. 


5 


Harford 




811. 


6 


2.0 


13.0 


4.6 


9. 








2 






34. 


2 


Howard 




371. 





2.0 


5.0 


17.0 


5. 













16. 





Kent 




95. 





1.0 


0.5 


2.0 


2. 









it 








Montgomery 


3 


,288. 





4.0 


140.5 


180.5 


48. 


5 










123. 




Prince George' s 


3 


,769. 


7 


4.0 


38.0 


183.0 


52. 









2 


.0 


5 


Queen Anne 1 s 




68. 





1.0 






1. 













0. 




St. Mary's 




312. 


8 


1.0 


6.3 


1.0 


7. 













8 


Somerset 




93. 





1.0 


1.1 




2. 


. 










1. 





Talbot 




71. 


1 


2.0 


2.0 




4. 













1. 





Washington 




720. 


5 


2.0 


9.0 


4.0 


5. 


•£ 











18. 




Wicomico 




277. 


5 


2.0 


3.7 


1.0 


3. 


5 






.3 





Worcester 




67. 


9 


1.0 


1.0 




1. 













3. 






TABLE 

54 

Staff Employed in Nonlnstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Food Services 


Operation of 


Plant 


Maintenance of 


Plant 


Transportation 


Secretarial 
and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Total State 


JO . J 


A « 1 A S 
H , O 10 . J 


A A 7 
. J 




7,520.7 


65. 3 


3,230.6 


<\A i 

JO . 1 


^ 1 ^ ft 

Z , J J J • o 


1,552. 2 


Allegany 


1.0 


LL8.5 


1.0 




194.0 


1.0 


21.0 


2.0 


46.0 


18.0 


Anne Arundel 




419, o 


1.5 




602.3 


1.5 


29.6 


7 . 


82.0 


109.0 


Baltimore City 


ion 
1Z • u 


1 y ZO J • U 


ion 
1 z • u 




2, 364.0 


24.0 


421.0 


i n 

L • U 


1 Z / • U 


561.0 


Bal timore 


7 • \J 




i ^ n 




1,371.0 


13. 


285 . 


11. u 


07J.U 


ICC 1 

1 J J • 1 


Calvert 


n i 


^ft S 

JO • J 






56.5 




17.0 


U.J 


J a U 


12.0 


Caroline 


0.1 


1.5 


0.5 




45.0 


0.4 


4.0 


1.0 


2.5 


5.8 


Carroll 


1 . U 


1 ZH . Z 


1 . u 




I/O. I 


1.0 


31.0 


z . u 




31.1 


Cecil 


i n 








81.5 


1.0 


25.0 


1 n 


7 ft 


17.4 


Charles 


1 c 
1 . J 


Z JU . U 






141.0 


2.0 


32.0 


j . u 


D . u 


23.0 


Dorchester 




72.8 


0.5 




45.6 


0. 5 


11.0 


1.0 


2.8 


11.1 


Frederick 


1.0 


1.5 


2.0 




159.5 


5.0 


27.0 


3.0 


130.5 


34. 1 


Garrett 




48.0 






31.0 


1.0 


9.0 


1.0 


7.5 


7.0 


Harford 


2.0 


362.0 


3.5 . 




217.0 


3.5 


59.0 


3.8 


49.2 


48.6 


Howard 




3.0 


0.5 




227.0 


0.5 


52.0 


3.0 


1.5 


38.5 


Kent 




42.0 






26.0 




9.5 


1.0 


8.0 


3.0 


Montgomery 


1.0 


495.5 






97.0 


1.0 


1,571.5 


1.0 


510.0 


237.5 


Prince George' s 


2.0 


783.5 


3.0 




1,378.1 


5.0 


322.0 


5.0 


732.6 


136.0 


Queen Anne' s 




2.0 






34.0 


0.1 


8.0 


0.9 


12.0 


9.0 


St. Mary's 


1.1 


124.5 


1.8 




108.0 


1.8 


26.5 


2.0 


11.0 


20.0 


Somerset 




40.0 


0.5 




36.0 


0.5 


6.0 


0.9 




4.-0 


Talbot 




10.0 






37.0 


1.0 


7.0 


1.0 


1.3 


4.8 


Washington 


2.0 


327.0 


1.0 




3.0 


1.0 


232.0 


2.0 


86.0 


46.5 


Wicomico 


0.5 


110.0 






95.0 




15.5 


1.0 


13.0 


14.0 


Worcester 


1.0 




0.5 




43. 1 


0.5 


9.0 


1.0 


1.1 


5.7 



NOTE: Tables 55-94 



The data included in these tables were derived from the Staff Data System which is 
maintained by the Maryland State Department of Education. The information is contained in 
Certification/Professional Reports supplied by the counties of the State and Baltimore city. 
It is through their cooperation in submitting accurate data that these statistical tables 
have been made possible. 

As the table titles indicate, only school- level professional personnel are included. 
Administrators in the schools are included, but those in central offices are excluded. New 
staff are those who were not employed in the public school system of the same local unit at 
the time of the previous report. 

The reports, for the most part, deal with the school year 1975-76. The data have 
essentially the same base as those staff reports which this Department published in 1971- 
72 and prior years and, therefore, comparisons anr' trend data can be used. The personnel 
included in the statistics are those who were employed September 1975; but new staff may 
have been hired any time after October 1, 1974. 

Personnel classed as separations are those who terminated their employment with a 
local unit between October 1, 1974 and September 30, 1975. In calculating the percent of 
separations, the base used is the total staff minus the new staff plus the separations. 
Personnel who left and returned to the same local unit during the year were not included 
as separations; they are deemed to be on leave. 

Transfers between local units in tables 79 through 85 are determined by a cause re- 
ported by the unit from which the person left; transfers reflected in the new staff tables 
86 through 94 are those reported by the local unit to which the transfers went. "(In other 
words, a person leaving one unit often does not report that he/she is going to another 
Maryland locality, but the unit to which the person goes, knows this from the employment 
record. ) 



TABLE 

55 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL L r V r L 
BY PRF p ARATION 
MAR YLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SE p TE M PE R 1975 







DOCTOR • 


S MASTER'S 


CEGREE 


MAST EB 


'S 


PACH.'S 


DEGPFE 


PACHFLCR'S 


2-3 


YEARS 


LESS THAN 






DEGREE 




PLUS 30 


HOURS 


DEGREE 


PLUS 30 


HOURS 


OF GTE 


COLLEGE 2 


YEARS COLLEGF 


LOCAL UNIT 


TOTAL 


































NUMBER 


PCT . 


NU MRER 


°CT. 


NU MRER 


PCT . 


NU "BE" 


PCT. 




°C T . 


NIIMRF 3 


PC T. 


HUM F B 


3r T 

— i* i • 


TOTAL STATE 


48 t 242 


228 


0.5 


5t?52 


10.9 


9t 932 


20.6 


10t 279 


21 .3 


27 , 


46 . ■» 


139 


0. 3 


60 


0. 1 


AL1EG ANY 


846 





.0 


36 


4.3 


312 


36.9 


229 


27.1 


?67 


31 .6 


1 


o. 1 


T 


0.1 


AN*'E A R UN DEL 


4 .002 


7 


.2 


185 


4.6 


54 


23.6 


810 


20 .0 


?,0"! 


51.5 


n 


0.1 


J 


0.0 


3 ALTI MO»E 


6 t 956 


30 


0.4 


1 t448 


20.8 


1 t 473 


21.2 


1 t 753 


25.2 


? t 251 


32 . 14 





0.0 


1 


0.0 


CALVERT 


384 


1 


0.3 


9 


2.3 


67 


17.4 


70 


1 P .2 


236 


61 .5 


n 


n . n 




o. 3 


CAROLINE 


288 





0.0 


4 


1 .4 


35 


12.1 


74 


25.7 


1 75 


60 . 8 





0.0 





o.o 


CARROLL 


987 


2 


0.2 


24 


2.4 


15 7 


15.9 


261 


2 6 . ti 


5 3 5 


5 4.2 


6 


0.6 


2 


0.2 


CECIL 


648 





0.0 


31 


4.8 


106 


16.3 


97 


15.0 


4 1 o 


63.9 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


875 


1 


0.1 


20 


2.3 


211 


24 .1 


143 


16.3 


4 <3 9 


57.0 





0.0 


1 


0.1 


DOPCHESTER 


360 


2 


0.5 


15 


4.2 


47 


13.1 


110 


30.5 


1 «6 


51.7 





0. 


o 


o.o 


FRFOERTCK 


1 tl45 


1 


0.1 


107 


9.3 


210 


18.3 


254 


22 .2 


567 


49.5 


3 


0.3 


3 


0.3 


GARRETT 


31 1 





.0 


8 


2.6 


69 


22.2 





0.0 


2"»4 


75 .2 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


HARFORD 


It 834 


8 


0.4 


153 


8.3 


488 


26.6 


222 


12.1 


961 


52.4 


2 


0. 1 





O.o 


HOWARD 


1 t31 5 


8 


0.6 


91 


6.9 


400 


30 .4 


194 


14.7 


615 


46 .8 





0.0 


7 


0.5 


KENT 


207 


1 


0.5 


5 


2.4 


39 


18. « 


41 


19 .e 


1 1 9 


57.5 


1 


0. 5 


1 


0.5 


MONTGOMERY 


6t984 


102 


1 .5 


1 t 600 


22 .9 


1 t547 


22 .1 


1 t80 8 


25.9 


1 t910 


27.3 





0.0 


17 


0. 2 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


7t951 


47 


.6 


454 


5 .7 


1 tP94 


25 .1 


1 t666 


20.9 


3t 76A 


47.3 


1 5 


n.2 


T 1 


0. 1 


OUFEN ANNE'S 


249 


1 


0.4 


1 


0.4 


50 


20.1 


1 


0.4 


195 


76 . 3 


1 


o. q 





0. 


ST. MARY'S 


645 


2 


0.3 


1 1 


1.7 


114 


17.7 


89 


1 3.R 


<| 2 


65.7 


H 


0.6 


1 


0.1 


SOMERSET 


235 


2 


0.9 





0.0 


33 


14.0 


2 


0.9 


197 


83.8 





0.0 


1 


0. * 


TALBOT 


306 





0.0 


9 


2.9 


56 


18.3 


6 9 


22.5 


17! 


55.9 


1 


0.3 


n 


0.0 


WASHINGTON 


It 213 


1 


0.1 


68 


5.6 


339 


27.9 


260 


21.4 


539 


44 .a 


3 


0.2 


3 


0.2 


UICOMICO 


759 


o 


0.0 


17 


2.2 


136 


17. 9 


226 


29.8 


37P 


H9 .8 





0.0 


2 


0. 3 


UORCESTFR 


387 





0.0 


14 


3.6 


48 


12.4 


93 


25.3 


2^2 


57.4 


3 


0.8 


2 


0.5 


BALTIMORE CITY 


9t31 5 


12 


0.1 


9tt2 


10.1 


1 t047 


11 .2 


1 t 802 


1 9.2 


5 f 41 2 


58 .1 


95 


1 .0 


5 


0.1 



TABLE 

56 



TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STA^F at ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 



00 CTOR »S 
DEGREE 



LOCAL UNIT 



TOTAL 



MASTER'S DEGREE 
PLUS 30 HOURS 



NUMBER PCT. NUMBER PCT, 



MASTER'S 

DEGREE 



NUMBER 



PCT 



RACH.'S DEGREE 
°LUS 30 HOURS 

NUMBER PCT. 



BACHELOR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 
DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

NUMBER PCT. NUMBER PCT. NUMBER PCT. 



TOTAL STATE 


22 


.637 


57 





.3 


1.802 


8.0 


4. 327 


19.1 


4.867 


21.5 


It 


» 520 


50 


.9 


46 


0. 


2 


18 


0.1 


ALLEGANY 




355 








.0 


9 


2.5 


119 


33.5 


103 


29.0 




124 


34 


.9 





0. 








0.0 


ANNE APUNDEL 


1 


t »P2 


1 





.1 


62 


3.3 


408 


21.6 


376 


19.9 


1 


» 044 


55 


.2 


1 


0. 


1 





0.0 


BALTIMORE 


3 


»103 


10 





.3 


473 


15.2 


648 


20 .9 


830 


26.7 


1 


rl42 


36 


.8 





0. 








0.0 


C ALVF RT 




182 








.0 


2 


1.1 


21 


11.5 


36 


19.8 




123 


67 


.6 





0. 








0.0 


CAROLINE 




112 








.0 





0.0 


1 6 


11.3 


34 


23.9 




9? 


64 


.8 





0. 








n.o 


CAPPOLL 




427 


1 





.2 


3 


0.7 


51 


11.9 


97 


22.7 




271 


63 


.5 


4 


0. 


9 





0.0 


CECIL 




313 








.0 


13 


4.1 


36 


11 .5 


41 


13.1 




223 


71 


.2 





0. 





p 


0.0 


CHARLES 




305 








.0 


7 


1.8 


86 


21.8 


81 


20.5 




221 


55 


.9 





0. 








0.0 


DORCHESTER 




171 


t 





.6 


8 


4.7 


17 


9.9 


56 


32 .7 




89 


52 


.0 





0. 








0.0 


FREDERICK 




563 








.0 


42 


7.5 


90 


16.0 


122 


21 .7 




3"6 


54 


.3 


3 


0. 


5 





0.0 


GARRETT 




155 








.0 


2 


1 . 3 


?7 


17.4 





0.0 




126 


81 


.3 





0. 








0.0 


HARFORD 




897 








.0 


55 


6.1 


227 


25.3 


113 


12.6 




500 


55 


.7 


2 


0. 


2 





0.0 


HOUAPQ 




593 


1 





.2 


32 


5.4 


166 


28.0 


86 


14.5 




307 


51 


.8 





0. 





1 


0.2 


KENT 




72 








.0 





0.0 


15 


20. « 


17 


23.6 




40 


55 


.5 





0. 








0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


3 


.190 


26 





.8 


530 


16.6 


716 


22.4 


903 


28.3 


li 


.00"* 


31 


.4 





0. 





12 


0.4 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


4 


»037 


1 3 





.3 


163 


4.0 


931 


23 .1 


827 


20 .5 


2.087 


51 


.7 


13 


0. 


3 


3 


0.1 


QUEEN ANNE'S 




105 


1 





.9 





0.0 


8 


7.6 





0.0 




95 


90 


.5 


1 


0. 


9 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 




207 


1 





.3 


3 


1 .0 


52 


17.5 


37 


12.5 




201 


67 


.7 


3 


I. 








0.0 


SOME " SE T 




P2 


1 


1 


.2 





0.0 


11 


13.4 


1 


1 .2 




69 


84 


.1 





0. 








0.0 


TALBOT 




128 








.0 


1 


0.8 


20 


15.6 


27 


21 .1 




79 


61 


.7 


1 


0. 


8 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 




490 








.0 


14 


2.9 


131 


26.7 


94 


19.2 




249 


50 


.8 


2 


0. 


4 





0.0 


WICOMICO 




361 








.0 


6 


1.7 


59 


16.3 


125 


34.6 




171 


47 


.4 





0. 








o.b 


WORCESTER 




118 








.0 


1 


0.8 


14 


11 .9 


32 


27.1 




69 


58 


.5 


1 


0. 


8 


1 


0.8 


BALTIMORE CITY 


4 


.569 


1 





.0 


376 


8.2 


458 


10.0 


829 


18.1 


2i 


< 889 


63 


.2 


15 


0. 


3 


1 


0.0 



TABLE 

57 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 

DOCTOR'S MASTER'S DEGREE MASTER'S BACH.'S OEGREE BACHELOR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NU MB ER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


TOTAL STATE 


21.826 


158 


0.7 


3tl 82 


14.6 


4t806 


22 .0 


4t701 


21 .5 


8»855 


40 .6 


65 


0.4 


39 


0.2 


41 1 F" R ANY 


398 


o 


0.0 


22 


5.5 


16 2 


40.7 


106 


26.6 


106 


26 .6 


| 


0. 3 


■ 




ANNE ARUNDEL 


1 #893 


5 


0.3 


115 


6.1 


478 


25.3 


403 


21 .3 


8«8 


46 .9 


3 


0.1 


1 


O.I 


BALTIMORE 


3»5?4 


19 


0.5 


918 


26.0 


752 


21.3 


646 


24.0 


988 


28.0 





0.0 


1 


0.0 


CALVERT 


114 


I 


0.9 


4 


3.5 


26 


22.8 


21 


18.4 


61 


53.5 





0.0 


1 


0.9 


CAROLINE 


146 





0.0 


4 


2.7 


19 


13.0 


40 


27.4 


83 


56.8 





0.0 





0.0 






i 

i 




1 s 


H.J 


72 


21 .4 


96 


2 8.5 


150 


aft •> 

— — • j 


1 


\J m J 


c 


0.6 


CECIL 


246 





0.0 


14 


5.7 


46 


18.7 


40 


16.3 


146 


59.3 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


243 


1 


0.4 


5 


2.1 


69 


28 4 


36 


14.8 


131 


53.9 





0.0 


1 


0.4 


OCCHESTER 


157 


1 


0.6 


7 


4.5 


25 


15.9 


46 


29.3 


78 


49.7 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


463 


1 


0.2 


55 


11.9 


96 


20.7 


96 


20.7 


213 


46.0 





0.0 


2 


0.4 


GARRETT 


133 





0.0 


4 


3.0 


38 


28.6 





0.0 


91 


68.4 





0.0 





o.n 


HARFORD 


719 


7 


1.0 


80 


11.1 


201 


27.9 


90 


12.5 


341 


47 .4 





0.0 





0.0 


HOWARD 


397 


6 


1.5 


43 


10.8 


137 


34.5 


60 


15.1 


145 


36.5 





0.0 


6 


1.5 


KENT 


62 


1 


1.6 


3 


4.8 


12 


19.3 


10 


16.1 


34 


54 .8 


1 


1 .6 


1 


1.6 


MONTGOMERY 


3t6?7 


68 


1.9 


1*018 


28.1 


798 


22.0 


871 


24.0 


867 


23.9 





0.0 


5 


0.1 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


3t914 


34 


0.9 


291 


7.4 


1 .063 


27.1 


839 


21 .4 


1 *677 


42 .8 


2 


0.1 


8 


0.2 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


103 





0.0 


1 


1.0 


35 


34.0 


1 


1.0 


66 


64.1 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


169 


1 


0.6 


7 


4.1 


34 


20 .1 


20 


11.8 


105 


-62.1 


1 


0.6 


1 


0.6 


SOMERSET 


99 


1 


1.0 





0.0 


15 


15.1 


1 


1.0 


82 


82.8 





0.0 





o.n 


TALBOT 


112 





.0 


7 


6.3 


23 


20.5 


25 


22.3 


57 


50 .9 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


WASHINGTON 


375 


1 


0.3 


38 


10.1 


116 


30.9 


90 


24.0 


127 


33.9 


1 


0.3 


2 


0.5 


WICOMICO 


369 





0.0 


11 


3.0 


74 


20.1 


94 


25.5 


1 88 


50.9 





0.0 


2 


0.5 


WORCESTER 


135 





0.0 


8 


5.9 


17 


12.6 


22 


16.3 


87 


64.4 





0.0 


1 


0.7 


BALTIMORE CTTY 


4t 091 


10 


0.2 


512 


12.5 


498 


12.2 


848 


20.7 


2t 144 


52.4 


75 


1.8 


4 


0. 1 



TABLE 

58 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDDLE AND COMBINED SCHOOL LEVEL 

BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS I SEPTEMBER 1975 

DOCTOR'S MASTER'S DEGREE MASTER'S BACH.'S DEGREE p •CHELOR* S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

OEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







M I 1 V D CO 


D C T 


nl U n H t K 


on 
rtl ■ 


Ml t HQ C D 

WU ho t K 


PC T . 


tltl HD ro 

NU MB E K 


P C T . 


N UMB t R 


PC T • 


N UMB t R 


PC T . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


TOTAL STATE 


3 »779 


13 


0.3 


'68 


7.1 


799 


21 .1 


71 1 


1 B .8 


1 »977 


52.3 


8 


0.2 


3 


0.1 


ALLEGANY 


93 





0.0 


5 


5.4 


31 


33.3 


20 


21.5 


37 


39.8 





0.0 





0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


25 7 


1 


0.4 


8 


3.1 


68 


26.5 


31 


12.1 


1 <i 


5 8.0 


o 


0.0 


o 


0.0 


BALTI MORE 


329 


1 


0.3 


57 


17.3 


73 


22.2 


77 


23 . 4 


121 


36.8 


o 


0.0 


o 


0.0 


CALVERT 


Be 





.0 


3 


3.4 


20 


22.7 


1 3 


14.8 


52 


59.1 





0.0 


p 


0.0 


CA°OLINE 


o 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


o 


0.0 





0. o 


C ARROLL 


223 


n 


.0 


6 


2.7 


34 


15.2 


68 


30.5 


114 


51.1 


I 


0.4 





0.0 


CECIL 


89 


o 


0.0 


I| 


4.5 


24 


27.0 


16 


18.0 


45 


50 .6 


o 


0.0 


o 


0.0 


CHARLES 


237 


n 


.0 


8 


3.4 


56 


23.6 


26 


1 1 .0 


147 


62.0 


o 


0.0 





0.0 


00°CHE STER 


32 





0.0 





0.0 




15.6 


8 


25.0 


1 9 


59.4 


o 


0.0 


o 


0.0 


F RFDFR T CK 


119 


o 


0.0 


1 


8.4 


24 


20.2 


36 


30.3 


4 8 


40.3 


o 


0.0 


J 


0.8 


GARRETT 


23 





0.0 


2 


8.7 


a 


17.4 





0.0 


17 


73.9 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFORD 


218 


1 


0.5 


1 8 


8.3 


60 


27.5 


19 


8.7 


120 


55.0 





0.0 





0.0 


HOUARD 


325 


t 


.3 


16 


4.9 


97 


29.8 


48 


14.8 


163 


50.1 





0.0 





0.0 


KENT 


73 





0.0 


2 


2.7 


12 


16.4 


14 


19.2 


45 


61 .6 





0.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


167 


8 


4.8 


52 


31 .1 


33 


19.8 


34 


20.3 


40 


23.9 





0.0 





0.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 








0.0 





0.0 





.0 





0.0 





.0 





0.0 





0.0 


QUFEN SNNE'S 


41 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


17.1 





0.0 


34 


82.9 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


179 





0.0 


1 


0.5 


28 


15.6 


32 


17.9 


118 


65 .9 





0.0 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


54 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


13.0 





0.0 


46 


85.2 





0.0 


1 


1.9 


TALBOT 


66 





0.0 


1 


1.5 


13 


19.7 


17 


25.7 


35 


53.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 


348 





0.0 


16 


4.6 


92 


26.4 


76 


21.8 


163 


46.8 





0.0 


1 


0.3 


WICOMICO 


29 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


10.3 


7 


24.1 


19 


65.5 





0.0 





0.0 


WORCESTER 


134 





0.0 


5 


3.7 


17 


12 .7 


44 


32.8 


66 


49.3 


2 


1.5 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


655 


1 


0.1 


54 


8.2 


91 


13.9 


125 


19.1 


379 


57.9 


!> 


0.8 





0.0 



TABLE 

59 

TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 

DOCTOR'S MASTERS DEGREE MASTER'S BACH.'S DEGREE BACHELOR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


taT ii CTATT 
• U 1 « L b 1 A 1 L 




E 





.1 




J • o 


J7£ 


15 


.7 


TO 


d • 5 


c 9 V r d 


78 


.9 


d 1 


o . i 


1 6 


. 4 


ALIEG ANY 


53 








.0 





0.0 


12 


22 


.6 


1 


1 .9 


39 


73 


.6 





0.0 


1 


1.9 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


316 








.0 


3 


0.9 


51 


16 


.1 


7 


2.2 


253 


80 


.1 


1 


0.3 


1 


0.3 


BALTIMORE 


323 








• 


8 


2.5 


53 


1 6 


• 4 


9 


2.8 


252 


78 


.0 





0.0 


1 


0.3 


CALVERT 


67 








.0 


1 


1.5 


10 


14 


.9 


4 


6.0 


51 


76 


.1 





0.0 


1 


1.5 


CAROLINE 


12 








.0 





0.0 


2 


4 


.8 





.0 


40 


95 


.2 





0.0 





n.o 


CARROLL 


73 








.0 





0.0 


9 


12 


.3 





0.0 


61 


83 


.6 


1 


1.4 


2 


2.7 


CECIL 


56 








.0 





0.0 


3 


5 


• i 


I 


1 .8 


52 


92 


.9 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


127 








.0 


2 


1.6 


36 


28 


.3 


1 


0.8 


88 


69 


.3 





0.0 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


29 








.0 





0.0 


5 


17 


.2 


1 


3.4 


23 


79 


.3 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


75 








.0 





0.0 


1 1 


14 


.7 


2 


2.7 


62 


82 


.7 





0.0 





o.n 


GARRETT 


31 








.0 





0.0 


3 


9 


.7 





0.0 




90 


.3 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFORD 


1*7 








.0 


1 


0.7 


27 


18 


.4 


6 


4.1 


113 


76 


.9 





0.0 





0.0 


HOWARD 


ion 


? 


1 


.0 


4 


2.1 


59 


30 


.4 


9 


4.6 


119 


61 


.3 





0.0 


1 


0.5 


KENT 


31 








.0 





0.0 


3 


9 


.7 





0.0 


27 


87 


.1 


1 


3.2 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


505 


1 





.2 


19 


3.8 


128 


25 


.3 


39 


7.7 


313 


62 


.0 





0.0 


5 


1.0 


PRINCE 6E0RGE'S 


606 


1 





.2 


10 


1.7 


123 


20 


.3 


10 


1 .7 


459 


7 


.7 





0.0 


3 


0.5 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


37 








.0 





0.0 


3 


8 


.1 





0.0 


34 


91 


.9 





0.0 





o.n 


ST. MARY'S 


96 








.0 





0.0 


9 


9 


.4 


1 


1 .0 


84 


87 


.5 


1 


1 .0 


1 


1.0 


SOMERSET 


37 








.0 





0.0 








.0 





0.0 


37 


100 


.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


30 








.0 


1 


3.3 


2 


6 


.7 





0.0 


27 


90 


.0 





0.0 


0. 


0.0 


WASHINGTON 


91 








.0 


1 


1.1 


15 


16 


.5 


1 


1.1 


73 


80 


.2 





0.0 


1 


l.l 


WICOMICO 


76 








.0 





0.0 


9 


11 


• 8 


2 


2.6 


65 


85 


.5 





0.0 





0.0 


WORCESTER 


31 








.0 





0.0 


3 


9 


.7 


1 


3.7 


27 


87 


.1 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


lt042 


3 





.3 


19 


1.8 


123 


11 


.8 


27 


2.6 


847 


81 


.3 


23 


2.2 





0.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


345 


2 





• 6 


10 


2.9 


107 


31 


.0 


26 


7.5 


199 


57 


.7 





0.0 


1 


0.3 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUOEO IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

60 

TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 

DOCTOR'S MASTER'S DEGREE MASTER'S BACH.'S DEGREE BACHELOR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DE6REE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS C0LLE6E 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


TOTAL STATE 


1 t 64 6 





.0 


21 


1.3 


261 


15.9 


47 


2.9 


1*314 


79 .8 


3 


0.2 





0.0 


ALLEGANY 


22 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


22.7 


1 


4.5 


16 


72.7 





0.0 





0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


137 





0.0 


2 


1.5 


30 


21.9 


3 


2.2 


102 


74.5 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE 


123 





0.0 


4 


3.3 


26 


21 .1 


2 


1 .6 


91 


74.0 





0.0 





0.0 


CALVERT 


25 





0.0 


1 


4.0 


1 


4.0 


2 


8.0 


21 


84.0 





0.0 





0.0 


CAROLINE 


26 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


3.8 





0.0 


25 


96.1 





0.0 





0.0 


CARROLL 


36 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


13.9 





0.0 


31 


86.1 





0.0 





0.0 


CECIL 


28 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


7.1 


1 


3.6 


25 


89.3 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


53 





0.0 





0.0 


19 


35.8 


1 


1 .9 


33 


62.3 





0.0 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


16 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


18.7 





0.0 


13 


81.3 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


37 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


10.8 


1 


2.7 


32 


86.5 





0.0 





0.0 


6ARRETT 


18 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


16.7 





0.0 


15 


83.3 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFORD 


83 





0.0 





0.0 


11 


13.3 


6 


7.2 


66 


79.5 





0.0 





0.0 


HOUARO 


83 





0.0 


2 


2.4 


23 


27.7 


4 


4.8 


54 


65.1 





0.0 





0.0 


KENT 


11 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


27.3 





0.0 


8 


72.7 





0.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


2*7 





0.0 


9 


3.6 


58 


23.5 


20 


8.1 


160 


64.8 





0.0 





0.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


228 





0.0 


3 


1.3 


44 


19.3 


5 


2.2 


176 


77.2 





0.0 





0.0 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


20 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


20 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


38 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


10 .5 


1 


2.6 


33 


86.8 





0.0 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


14 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


14 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


9 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


11.1 





0.0 


8 


88.9 





0.0 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 


39 





0.0 


1 


2.6 


7 


17.9 





0.0 


31 


79.5 





0.0 





0.0 


WICOMICO 


20 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


20 


100.0 





0.0 





o.b 


WORCESTER 


7 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


28.6 





0.0 


5 


71.4 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


470 





0.0 


5 


1.1 


51 


10.9 


10 


2.1 


401 


85.3 


3 


0.6 





0.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


144 





0.0 


6 


4.2 


42 


29.2 


10 


6.9 


86 


59.7 





0.0 





0.0 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

61 

TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SEC ONO A 9 Y SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY PREPARATION 
MAR Y LA NO PUBLIC SCHOOLS J SEPTEMBER 1975 

DOCTOR'S MASTER'S DEGREE MASTERS BACH.'S DEGREE BACHELOR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUM PER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NU MBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMREP 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


TOTAL STATE 


1 » 71 3 


5 


0.3 


33 


1 .9 


269 


15.7 


45 


2.6 


1 t 32 1 


77.1 


24 


1.4 


1 6 


0.9 


ALLEGANY 


27 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


25.9 





0.0 


19 


70.4 





0.0 


1 


3. 7 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


151 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


17 


11 .3 


4 


2 .6 


1 28 


84.8 


1 


0.7 


1 


0.7 


BAL TI MORE 


175 





0.0 


4 


2.3 


24 


13.7 


6 


3.4 


140 


80.0 





0.0 


1 


0.6 


CALVERT 


16 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


18.7 


1 


6.3 


1 1 


68.7 





n.o 


1 


6.3 


CAROLINE 


16 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


6.3 





0.0 


IS 


93.7 





0.0 





0.0 


CARROLL 


22 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


9,1 





0.0 


1 7 


77.3 


1 


4.5 


2 


9.1 


CECIL 


24 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


4.2 





0.0 


'3 


95.8 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


35 





0.0 


1 


2.9 


10 


28.6 





0.0 


24 


68.6 





0.0 





0.0 


DOPCHESTER 


10 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


20.0 


1 


10.0 


7 


70.0 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


29 





.0 





0.0 


5 


17.2 


1 


3.4 


23 


79.3 





0.0 





0.0 


GARRETT 


8 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





.0 


8 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


HAPFORD 


45 





0.0 


1 


2.2 


10 


22.2 





0.0 


34 


75.5 





0.0 





0.0 


HOWARD 


57 


2 


3.5 


1 


1.7 


20 


35.1 


4 


7.0 


29 


50 .9 





0.0 


1 


1.7 


KENT 


5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


80.0 


1 


20.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


2*6 


1 


.4 


10 


4.1 


65 


26.4 


18 


7.3 


147 


59.7 





0.0 


5 


2.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


378 


1 


0.3 


7 


1.9 


79 


20.9 


5 


1.3 


283 


-74.9 





0.0 


3 


0.8 


OU^EN ANNE'S 


7 





.0 





0.0 


2 


28.6 





0.0 


5 


71 .4 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


25 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


12.0 





0.0 


20 


80.0 


1 


4.0 


1 


4.0 


SOMERSET 


12 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


12 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


11 





0.0 


1 


9.1 


1 


9.1 





0.0 


9 


81.8 





0.0 


o 


0.0 


WASHINGTON 


22 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


13.6 





0.0 


1 8 


81 .8 





0.0 


1 


4.5 


WICOMICO 


50 





0.0 





0.0 


9 


18.0 


2 


4.0 


39 


78.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WORCESTER 


17 


o 


.0 





0.0 


1 


5.9 





r o 


16 


94.1 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


485 


3 


0.6 


12 


2.5 


S6 


11.5 


16 


3.3 


378 


77.9 


20 


4.1 





0.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


160 


2 


1 .3 


4 


2.5 


52 


32 .5 


13 


8.1 


88 


55.0 





0.0 


1 


0.6 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE IN CLUDEO IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. BUT EXCLUOED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 



62 

TOTAL NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT KIDDIE AND COMBINED SCHOOL LEVEL 

BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS : SEPTEMBER 1975 

DOCTOR'S MASTER'S DEGREE MASTER'S BACH.* S DEGREE BACHELOR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE C0LLE6E 2 YEARS C0LLE6E 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUM8ER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


TnTll CTiTr 

IUiAL 5 1 A 1 t 


111 


u 


n f\ 

u .u 


c 


A O 

1 . 1 


62 


15.1 


4 


1 .0 


34 


82.7 





0.0 





0.0 


ALLEGANY 


4 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


28 





0.0 


1 


3.6 


4 


14.3 





0.0 


23 


82.1 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE 


25 





.0 





0.0 


3 


12.0 


1 


4.0 


21 


84 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


CALVERT 


26 





0.0 





0.0 


6 


23.1 


1 


3.8 


19 


73.1 





0.0 





0.0 


CAROLINE 








.0 





0.0 





.0 





.0 





.0 





0.0 





0.0 


CAPROLL 


15 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


13.3 





0.0 


13 


86.7 





0.0 





0.0 


CECIL 


4 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


39 





0.0 


1 


2.6 


7 


17.9 





0.0 


31 


79.5 





0.0 


«r 



0.0 


DORCHESTER 


3 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


9 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


2 


22.2 





0.0 


7 


77.8 





0.0 





0.0 


GARRETT 


5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFORD 


1 9 





.0 





0.0 


6 


31 .6 





.0 


13 


68.4 





0.0 





0.0 


HOUARD 


54 





0.0 


1 


1.9 


16 


29.6 


1 


1.9 


^6 


66.7 





0.0 





0.0 


KENT 


1 5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


15 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


12 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


41.7 


1 


8.3 


6 


50.0 





0.0 





0.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 








0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


QUEEN SNNE'S 


10 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


10.0 





0.0 


9 


90.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


33 





.0 





0.0 


2 


6.1 





0.0 


31 


93.9 





0.0 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


11 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


11 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


10 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


10 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 


30 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


16.7 


1 


3.3 


24 


80.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WICOMICO 


6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


6 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 


UO»CrsTER 


7 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


14.3 


6 


85.7 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


87 





0.0 


2 


2.3 


16 


18.4 


1 


1 .1 


68 


78.2 





0.0 





0.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


41 





0.0 





0.0 


13 


31 .7 


3 


7.3 


25 


61 .0 





0.0 





0.0 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETUEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

63 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1*75 



I 2 3 - 4 5 - 9 10-19 20 AND OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUM PER 


PERCENT 


NU MBER 


PERCENT 


NU PBE R 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE * 


TOTAL STATE 


48 t 202 


2*914 


6.0 


3.227 


6 .7 


6.731 


13 .9 


14.583 


30.2 


13.741 


28.5 


7 .046 


14.6 


ALLEGANY 


8 96 


?8 


J.j 


34 


4.0 


9 2 


10.9 


232 


27.4 


277 


32.7 


18 3 


21.6 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


4. 042 


202 


5.0 


311 


7.7 


652 


16.1 


1.331 


3?. 9 


1 .1 22 


27.7 


4 24 


10. 5 


BALTIMORE 


6 »956 


237 


3.4 


335 


4.8 


823 


11.8 


2.152 


30 .9 


2.334 


33 .5 


1 .075 


15.5 


CALVERT 


38* 


38 


9.9 


37 


9.6 


77 


20. 1 


109 


28.4 


86 


22.4 


37 


9.6 


CAROLINE 


288 


34 


11.8 


26 


9.0 


50 


17.4 


67 


23.3 


65 


22 .6 


46 


16.0 




O ft 7 


cn 


C | 
V . X 


A 1 

o ft. 


ft 9 
O . t 


17? 

A f £. 


17 a 


Tin 

J J u 


j j . 


c. ~ r_ 


c. o . » 


in? 


in ^ 


CECIL 


648 


4 4 


6.8 


65 


1 .U 




18.8 


212 


-» »ft -* 

32 . ' 


13 7 


21.1 


h 8 


10.5 


C HA RLE 5 


875 


1 37 


15.7 


77 


8.8 


14 5 


16.6 


262 


2 9.9 


14 9 


17.0 


1 05 


12.0 


DORCHESTER 


360 


?4 


6.7 


34 


9.4 


54 


15 .0 


99 


27.5 


87 


24 .2 


62 


17.2 


FREDERICK 


It 145 


55 


4.8 


106 


9.3 


171 


14.9 


489 


42.7 


200 


17.5 


124 


10.8 


GARRETT 


311 


22 


7.1 


26 


8 .4 


51 


16.4 


79 


25.4 


78 


25.1 


55 


17.7 


HARFORD 


1*834 


90 


4.9 


168 


9.2 


306 


16.7 


623 


34.0 


434 


23.7 


213 


11.6 


HOWARD 


1 1315 


77 


5.9 


115 


8.7 


279 


21 .2 


407 


30. 9 


321 


24 .4 


116 


8.8 


KENT 


207 


26 


12.6 


18 


8.7 


38 


18 .3 


54 


26.1 


45 


21 .7 


26 


12.6 


MONTGOMERY 


6t 984 


268 


3.8 


214 


3.1 


793 


11.3 


2.228 


31.9 


2.177 


31.2 


1.304 


18.7 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


7*951 


375 


4.7 


487 


6.1 


1.070 


13.5 


2.546 


32.0 


2 .6 31 


33.1 


8 42 


10.6 


OUFEN ANNE *S 


249 


29 


1 1.6 


23 


9.2 


39 


15.7 


56 


22.5 


80 


32 .1 


22 


8.8 


ST. MARY'S 


645 


67 


10.4 


72 


11.2 


120 


18.6 


214 


33.2 


125 


19.4 


47 


7. 3 


SOMERSET 


235 


32 


13.6 


21 


8 .9 


32 


I 3 .6 


40 


17.0 


6 8 


28.9 


42 


17.9 


TALBOT 


306 


22 


7.2 


32 


10.5 


56 


18.3 


86 


28.1 


59 


19.3 


51 


16.7 


WASHINGTON 


1*213 


55 


4.5 


96 


7.9 


153 


12 .6 


307 


25.3 


361 


29.8 


24 1 


19.9 


WICOMICO 


759 


51 


6.7 


46 


6.1 


113 


14 .9 


1<»3 


25 .4 


231 


30.4 


125 


16.5 


WORCESTER 


387 


23 


5.9 


17 


4.4 


78 


20.1 


1 3 


29.? 


100 


25.8 


56 


14.5 


BALTIMORE CITY 


9.315 


92 8 


10.0 


786 


8 .4 


1.245 


13 .4 


2.354 


25 .3 


2.322 


24 .9 


1 .680 


18.0 



TABLE 

64 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 



1 2 3-* 5-9 10-19 20 ANO OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCEI 


TOTAL STATE 


22t637 


It 315 


5 .8 


1*587 


7.0 


3t332 


14.7 


6*896 


30.5 


6*268 


27.7 


3 • 2 39 


14.3 


ALLEGANY 


355 


12 


3.4 


16 


4.5 


37 


10.4 


105 


29.6 


98 


27.6 


87 


24.5 


ANNE ARUNOEL 


1 .692 


81 


4.3 


137 


7.2 


277 


14.6 


630 


33.3 


535 


28.3 


232 


12.3 


BALTIMORE 


3*103 


99 


3.2 


180 


5 .8 


404 


1 3.0 


989 


31 .9 


953 


30.7 


478 


15.4 


CALVERT 


182 


15 


8.2 


21 


11.5 


43 


23.6 


46 


25.3 


40 


22.0 


17 


9.3 


CAROLINE 


142 


22 


15.5 


11 


7.7 


25 


17.6 


33 


23.2 


28 


19.7 


23 


16.2 



CAPROLL 


427 


28 


6.5 


42 


9 


.8 


82 


19 


.2 


137 


32 


.1 


99 


23 


.2 


3* 


9.1 


CECIL 


31 3 


23 


7.3 


34 


10 


.9 


73 


23 


.3 


84 


26 


.8 


63 


20 


.1 


36 


11.5 


CHARLES 


395 


67 


17.0 


28 


7 


.1 


75 


19 


.0 


105 


26 


.6 


68 


17 


.2 


52 


13.2 


DORCHESTER 


171 


14 


8.2 


19 


11 


.1 


26 


15 


.2 


42 


24 


.6 


42 


24 


.6 


28 


16.4 


FREDERICK 


563 


30 


5.3 


62 


11 


.0 


83 


14 


.7 


239 


42 


.5 


89 


15 


• 8 


60 


10.7 


6ARRETT 


155 


13 


8.4 


14 


9 


.0 


27 


17 


.4 


42 


27 


.1 


31 


20 


.0 


28 


18.1 


HA9F0RD 


897 


50 


5.6 


87 


9 


.7 


135 


15 


.1 


314 


35 


.0 


211 


23 


.5 


100 


11.1 


HOWARD 


593 


41 


6.9 


52 


8 


.8 


143 


24 


.1 


178 


30 


.0 


124 


20 


.9 


55 


9.3 


KENT 


72 


8 


11.1 


9 


12 


.5 


14 


19 


.4 


16 


22 


.2 


14 


19 


.4 


11 


15.3 


MONTGOMERY 


3*190 


141 


4.4 


91 


2 


.9 


410 


12 


.9 


1*042 


32 


.7 


931 


29 


.2 


57 5 


18.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


4*037 


141 


3.5 


268 


6 


.6 


541 


13 


.4 


1.329 


32 


.9 


1 *384 


34 


.3 


374 


9.3 


QUEEN ANNE »S 


105 


17 


16.2 


10 


9 


.5 


15 


14 


.3 


24 


22 


.9 


32 


30 


.5 


7 


6.7 


ST. MARY'S 


297 


27 


9.1 


27 


9 


.1 


65 


21 


.9 


97 


3? 


.7 


61 


20 


.5 


20 


6.7 


SOMERSET 


82 


14 


17.1 


3 


3 


.7 


8 


9 


.7 


11 


13 


.4 


32 


39 


.0 


14 


17.1 


TALBOT 


128 


6 


4 .7 


20 


15 


.6 


23 


18 


.0 


36 


28 


.1 


27 


21 


.1 


16 


12.5 


WASHINGTON 


490 


23 


4.7 


44 


9 


.0 


73 


14 


.9 


141 


28 


.8 


116 


23 


.7 


93 


19.0 


WICOMICO 


361 


12 


3.3 


26 


7 


.2 


65 


18 


.0 


76 


21 


.1 


108 


29 


.9 


74 


20.5 


WORCESTER 


118 


5 


4.2 


5 


4 


.2 


35 


29 


.7 


23 


19 


.5 


29 


24 


.6 


21 


17.8 


BALTIMORE CITY 


4*569 


426 


9.3 


381 


8 


.3 


653 


14 


.3 


1.157 


25 


.3 


I .153 


25 


.2 


799 


17.5 



1 

LOCAL UNIT TOT «L 

NUMPTR PERCENT 



TO T AL STATE 


21 i 82 6 


1.264 


5.8 


ALLEGANY 


398 


13 


3.3 


ANNE APUNDEL 


1 »8«3 


102 


5.4 


BALTIMORE 


3. 524 


119 


3.4 


CALVERT 


114 


8 


7.0 


CA°0LINE 


146 


12 


8.2 


CARROLL 


337 


1 3 


3.9 


CECIL 


246 


17 


6.9 


CHARLES 


213 


28 


11.5 


00°CHESTER 


1*57 


7 


4.5 


FREOERT CK 


463 


I 9 


4.1 


GARRETT 


133 


5 


3.7 


HARFORD 


719 


29 


4.0 


HOVARO 


397 


11 


2.8 


KENT 


62 


5 


8.1 


MONTGOMERY 


3 t627 


124 


3.4 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


3.914 


234 


6.0 


QUEEN A N NE * S 


103 


3 


2.9 


ST. MARY'S 


169 


16 


9.5 


SOMERSET 


99 


8 


8.1 


TALBOT 


112 


7 


6.3 


WASHINGTON 


375 


12 


3.2 


WICOMICO 


369 


35 


9.5 


WORCESTER 


135 


1 3 


9.6 


BALTIMORE CITY 


4.091 


424 


10.4 



TOTAL PROFFSSIONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMPER l c 75 



TABLE 

65 



3-4 



in-t 9 



2" AND OVER 



NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER P»"RCFNT NUMBER P*"°CE NT NUMBER PERCFNT NUMBER PERCENT 



32 3 


6.1 


2.787 


12.8 


6 t 4 94 


2 9.7 


6 


.585 


30.2 


3 . 37 3 


15.5 


14 


3.5 


39 


9. 8 


101 


?5.4 




148 


37.? 


8 3 


20. 9 


146 


7.7 


323 


1 7.1 


61 5 


32.5 




525 


27.7 


182 


9.6 


132 


3.7 


380 


10.8 


1.049 


->9.8 


1 


.283 


36.4 


561 


15.9 


7 


6.1 


23 


20 .2 


37 


32.5 




26 


22 .8 


1 3 


11.4 


15 


10.3 


25 


17.1 


34 


23.3 




T7 


2 5.3 


23 


15.7 


24 


7.1 


' 


15.7 


1 1 7 


34 .7 




94 


27.9 


-*6 


10.7 


26 


10.6 


40 


16.3 


80 


32.5 




57 


23.2 


26 


10. 6 


22 


9.1 


30 


12.3 


88 


36.2 




50 


20 .6 


25 


10.3 


13 




23 


14.6 


45 


28.7 




37 


23.6 


32 


20.4 


38 


8.2 


72 


15.5 


I 87 


40.4 




92 


1 9 .9 


55 


I 1.9 


10 


7.5 


21 


15.8 


29 


21.8 




43 


32.3 


25 


18.8 


58 


8.1 


120 


1 6 .7 


246 


34 .2 




187 


26 


79 


1 1.0 


30 


7.5 


58 


14.6 


127 


32.0 




1 32 


33. 2 


39 


9.8 


2 


3.2 


1 2 


19.3 


22 


-<5.5 




14 


22.6 


7 


11.3 


115 


3 .2 


366 


10 .1 


1.122 


30.9 


1 


.189 


32 .8 


711 


19.6 


219 


5 .6 


529 


1 3 .5 


I » 21 7 


31 .1 


1 


.247 


31 .o 


468 


11.9 


9 


8.7 


15 


14.6 


21 


20.4 




43 


4 1.7 


12 


11.7 


22 


13.0 


27 


16 .0 


55 


32.5 




36 


21 .3 


13 


7.7 


14 


14.1 


19 


19.2 


14 


14.1 




23 


23.2 


21 


21.2 


6 


5.3 


25 


22 .3 


32 


2» .6 




22 


19.6 


20 


17.9 


22 


5.9 


35 


9.3 


76 


20.-* 




142 


37.9 


88 


23.5 


16 


4.3 


41 


11.1 


111 


30.1 




118 


32. 


48 


13.0 


5 


3.7 


24 


17.8 


49 


36 .3 




28 


20.7 


16 


11.9 


358 


8.7 


487 


11.9 


1 .020 


24.9 


1 


.012 


24.7 


790 


19. 3 



TABLE 



66 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDDLE AND COMBINED SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 



1 2 3-4 5-9 10-19 20 AND OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE) 


TOTAL STATE 


3 » 779 


335 


8.9 


317 


8 .4 


612 




• c 


1 » 1 93 




. o 


888 


C. J 


E 
• -> 


434 


11.5 


a > r rc a m v 




j 


j . d 


H 


4 • J 


1 o 


1 7 


.2 


£ O 


27 


.9 


3 1 


33 


.3 


1 J 


1 4 .U 


a a i n r~ inn unr i 

ANNE AwUNDEL 


257 


1 9 


7.4 


28 


10.9 


52 


20 


.2 


86 


33 


.5 


62 


24 


. 1 


10 


3. 9 


BALTIMORE 


329 


19 


5.8 


23 


7.0 


39 


1 1 


.9 


114 


34 


.7 


98 


29 


.8 


36 


10.9 


CALVFRT 


88 


15 


17.0 


9 


10.2 


11 


1 2 


• 5 


26 


? 9 


• 5 


20 


22 


.7 


7 


7.9 


CAROLINE 








0.0 





0.0 





U 


• U 





u 


• u 





U 







0.0 




c. ' J 


Q 

7 


ii n 
H • u 


1 k. 


jl 7 


■» 7 


16 


.6 


7 A 
i O 


34 


.1 


— T 


26 


.5 


r f 


19 1 
1 £« 1 


per ti 

CECIL 




4 


*» . v 


c 

5 


C 1 

5 .6 


V 


10 


.1 


U Q 


53 


.9 


• 7 
I 1 


19 


.1 


O 


6.7 


CHARLES 


237 


42 


17.7 


27 


11.4 


40 


16 


.9 


69 


29 


.1 


31 


13 


.1 


28 


11.8 


DORCHESTER 


32 


3 


9.4 


2 


6.3 


5 


15 


.6 


12 


37 


.5 


8 


25 


.n 


2 


6.3 


FREDERICK 


119 


6 


5.0 


6 


5.0 


16 


1 3 


.4 


63 


5? 


.9 


19 


16 


.0 


9 


7.6 


GARRETT 


23 


4 


1 7.4 


2 


8.7 


3 


1 3 


.0 


8 


34 


.8 


4 


17 


.4 


2 


8.7 


HARFORD 


218 


1 1 


5.0 


23 


10.5 


51 


23 


.4 


63 


?8 


.9 


36 


16 


.5 


34 


15.6 


HOWARO 


325 


25 


7 .7 


33 


10.1 


78 


24 


.0 


102 


31 


.4 


65 


20 


. n 


22 


6.8 


KENT 


73 


13 


17.8 


7 


9.6 


12 


16 


.4 


16 


21 


.9 


17 


23 


.3 


8 


10.9 


MONTGOMERY 


167 


3 


1.8 


8 


4.8 


17 


10 


.2 


64 


38 


.3 


57 


34 


. 1 


18 


10.8 


PRINCE GEORGE *S 








0.0 





0.0 








.0 








.0 








•0 





0.0 


QUEEN ANNE * S 


<»1 


9 


21 .9 


4 


9.7 


9 


21 


.9 


11 


26 


.8 


5 


12 


.2 


3 


7.3 


ST. MAR Y *S 


179 


24 


1 3.4 


23 


12 .8 


28 


1 5 


.6 


62 


34 


.6 


28 


15 


.6 


14 


7.8 


SOMERSET 


54 


10 


1 e.5 


4 


7.4 


5 


9 


.3 


15 


27 


.8 


13 


24 


.1 


7 


13.0 


TALBOT 


66 


9 


13.6 


6 


9.1 


8 


12 


.1 


18 


27 


.3 


10 


15 


.1 


15 


22.7 


WASHINGTON 


348 


20 


5.7 


30 


8.6 


45 


12 


.9 


90 


25 


.9 


103 


29 


.6 


60 


17.2 


UICCICO 


29 


4 


13.8 


4 


13.8 


7 


24 


.1 


6 


20 


.7 


5 


17 


.2 


3 


10.3 


UO°CESTER 


134 


5 


3.7 


7 


5.2 


19 


14 


.2 


41 


30 


.6 


43 


32 


.1 


19 


14.2 


BALTIMORE CITY 


655 


78 


1 1.9 


47 


7.2 


105 


16 


.0 


177 


27 


.0 


157 


24 


.0 


91 


13.9 



TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LFVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 



TABLE 

67 



1 2 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 

NU^ER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT 



TOTAI ST ATF 


3,773 


2 » 5 54 


67.7 


219 


5 




ALIEG ANY 


53 


28 


5 2.8 


8 


15 


. l 


ANNE AP UN DEL 


316 


t 90 


60.1 


29 


9 


.2 


B ALTT MORE 


3?3 


208 


64 .4 


12 


3 


. 7 


C A L V r K I 


6 7 


3 8 


5 6.7 


8 


1 1 


. 9 


pioni T MT 

L> « U L 1 1L 




31 




** 


Q 


* J 


CARROLL 


73 


47 


64.4 


6 


8 


.? 


CECIL 


56 


12 


75.0 


n 


7 


. J 


CHARLES 


127 


79 


62.2 


9 


7 


.1 


DORCHESTER 


29 


23 


79.3 


1 


3 


.4 


FREDERICK 


75 


47 


62.7 


3 


4 


.0 


GARRETT 


31 


22 


71 .0 


3 


9 


.7 


HARFORD 


117 


82 


55 .8 


9 


6 


. 1 


HOWARD 


194 


75 


38.7 


17 


8 


.8 


KENT 


31 


26 


93 .9 








-0 


MONTGOMERY 


505 


228 


45.1 


37 


7 


.3 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


606 


349 


57.6 


44 


7 


.3 


QUEEN ANNE »S 


37 


28 


75.7 


3 


8 


.1 


ST. MARY'S 


96 


60 


62 .5 


5 


5 


.2 


SOMERSET 


37 


32 


86.5 


2 


5 


.4 


TALBOT 


30 


21 


70.0 


3 


10 


. 


WASHINGTON 


91 


49 


53.8 


14 


15 


.4 


WICOMICO 


76 


51 


67.1 


5 


6 


.6 


WORCESTER 


31 


22 


71 .0 


1 


3 


.2 


BALTIMORE CITY 


1 .012 


790 


75.8 


42 


4 


.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


3*5 


17 


4.9 


50 


14 


. 5 



3-4 5-9 10-19 20 AND OVER 

NUMBER °E RCE NT NUMBER PF RTF N T NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT 



359 9.5 469 12.4 152 4.^ 17 0.5 



4 


7.5 


9 


17.0 


3 


5 .7 


1 


1.9 


38 


1 2 .0 


4 


12.7 


1 7 


5.4 


2 


0.6 


3 3 


10.2 


66 


'O.o 


3 


0.9 


1 


0. 3 


9 


13.4 


6 


8 . 9 


6 


8.9 





0.0 




h Q 


t 


4 . R 


n 
U 


0. 





0. 


8 


10 .9 


12 


16.4 





O.o 





0.0 


4 


7.1 


5 


8.9 


1 


1.8 





0.0 


12 


9 .4 


20 


15.7 


7 


5 .5 





0.0 


1 


3 .4 


3 


10.3 


1 


3.4 





0.0 


1 1 


14.7 


1 2 


16.0 


2 


2.7 





0.0 


4 


12 .9 


1 


3.2 





,f> 


1 


3.2 


17 


11.6 


28 


19.0 


7 


4 . n 


4 


2.7 


36 


1 8.5 


52 


26 .« 


14 


7.7 





0.0 


1 


3.2 


3 


9. 7 


1 


3.2 





0.0 


79 


1 5 .6 


120 


23 .« 


34 


6.7 


7 


1.4 


76 
3 


12.5 
8 .1 


95 
2 


15.7 

m 

5.4 


39 
1 


6.4 

2.7 


3 



0.5 
0.0 


12 


12.5 


1 2 


12.5 


7 


7.3 





0. 


1 


2 .7 


1 


2.7 


1 


2.7 





n.o 


2 


6.7 


4 


13.3 





0. 





0. 


8 


8 .8 


1 o 


15.4 


6 


6.6 





0.0 


9 


11 .8 


9 


1 1 .8 


2 


2.6 





0.0 


3 


9.7 


1 


3.2 


4 


12.9 





0.0 


87 


8.3 


93 


8 .9 


27 


2.6 


3 


0.3 


01 


29.3 


141 


40.9 


31 


9.0 


5 


1.4 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETIEEN UNITS ARF INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt PUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

68 

TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEMBER 1975 



1 2 3 - 4 5-9 10-19 20 AND OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUWRER 


PER CENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE! 


TOTAL STATE 


1*646 


1 » 1 22 


68 .2 


93 


5.7 


152 


9.2 


207 


12.6 


64 


3.9 


g 


0. 5 


ALLEGANY 


22 


12 


54.5 


4 


18.2 


1 


4.5 


4 


18.2 


1 


4.5 





0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


1 37 


71 


51 .8 


11 


8.0 


1 8 


13.1 


26 


19.0 


10 


7.3 


1 


0.7 


BALTIMORE 


123 


82 


66.7 


6 


4.9 


13 


10.6 


21 


17.1 


1 


0.8 





0.0 


CALVERT 


25 


1 5 


60.0 


3 


12.0 


2 


8.0 


3 


12.0 


2 


8.0 





0.0 




9 A\ 

cl O 


">"> 

c. c. 


flu a 

OH . O 


» 


is a 

l V * H 


n 
u 


n n 


n 

1 j 


ft ft 
J • J 


n 


n n 

IF. IT 


ft 

U 


n n 
if. u 


CARROLL 


36 


26 


72.2 


2 


5.5 


3 


8 .3 


5 


13.9 





0.0 





0.0 


CECIL 


28 


21 


75 .0 


2 


7.1 


1 


3.6 


3 


10.7 


1 


3.6 





0.0 


CHARLES 


53 


34 


64.1 


1 


1.9 


7 


13.2 


6 


11 .3 


5 


9.4 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


16 


13 


81 .3 





0.0 


1 


6.3 


2 


1 2.5 





0.0 





0.0 


FRFDFRICK 


37 


25 


67.6 





0.0 


5 


13.5 


7 


18. 9 





.0 





0.0 


GARRETT 


18 


13 


72.2 


2 


11.1 


3 


16.7 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


HAPFORO 


83 


42 


50.6 


4 


4.8 


14 


16.9 


1 4 


16.9 


6 


7.2 


3 


3.6 


HOWARD 


83 


39 


47 .0 


6 


7.2 


13 


15.7 


18 


21.7 


7 


8.4 





0.0 


KENT 


1 1 


8 


72.7 





0.0 





.0 


3 


27.3 





0.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


247 


118 


47.8 


20 


8.1 


42 


17.0 


53 


21.5 


10 


4 . n 


4 


1.6 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


228 


129 


56.6 


19 


8.3 


26 


11 .4 


34 


14.9 


19 


8.3 


1 


0.4 


QUEEN ANNE* S 


20 


16 


80.0 


2 


10.0 


2 


10.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


38 


24 


63.1 





.0 


6 


1 5 .8 


5 


13.1 


3 


7.9 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


14 


14 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


9 


6 


66.7 


2 


22.2 


1 


11 .1 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 


39 


1 9 


48.7 


7 


17.9 


5 


12.8 


5 


12.8 


3 


7.7 





0.0 


WICOMICO 


20 


12 


60.0 


2 


10.0 


5 


25.0 


1 


5.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WOPCFSTER 


7 


4 


57.1 





0.0 


1 


1 4 .3 


1 


14.3 


1 


14.3 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


470 


364 


77.4 


12 


2.5 


34 


7.2 


51 


10.0 


9 


1 .9 





0.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


144 


7 


4.9 


16 


11.1 


51 


35.4 


55 


38.2 


14 


9.7 


1 


0.7 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS* BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL L r VEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 



TABLE 

69 



1 ? 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 

NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT 



TOTAL STATE 


1»713 


1 » 135 


66.3 


103 


6.0 


ALLEGANY 


27 


1 3 


48.1 


4 


14.8 


ANWF APIJNDF1 


151 


1 00 


66.2 


1 5 


9.9 


BALTIMORE 


175 


108 


61.7 




2.9 


CALVERT 


16 


8 


50 .0 


3 


18.7 


CAROLINE 


16 


12 


75.0 





0.0 


C A°ROLL 


22 


12 


54 .5 


1 


4.5 


CECIL 


24 


1 7 


70.8 


2 


8.3 


CHARLES 


15 


18 


51 .4 


5 


14.3 


DORCHESTER 


10 


7 


70.0 


1 


10.0 


F R r OER T CK 


29 


16 


55.2 


3 


10.3 


6ARR r TT 


8 


5 


62 .5 


1 


12.5 


HARFORD 


45 


29 


64.4 


2 


4 .4 


HOWARD 


57 


11 


19.3 


6 


10.5 


KENT 


5 


5 


100.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


246 


107 


43.5 


16 


6.5 


PRINCE GEORGE *S 


378 


220 


58.2 


25 


6.6 


OUFEN ANNE »S 


7 


3 


42.9 


1 


14.3 


ST. MARY'S 


25 


13 


52 .0 


3 


12.0 


SOMERSET 


12 


8 


66.7 


1 


8.3 


TALBOT 


1 1 


6 


54 .5 


1 


9.1 


WASHINGTON 


22 


1 2 


54 .5 


4 


18.2 


UICO"ICO 


50 


T 5 


70.0 


2 


4.0 


WO°CESTER 


17 


13 


76 .5 


1 


5.9 


BALTIMORE CITY 


485 


165 


75.3 


27 


5.6 


LEA TRANSFERS 


160 


8 


5.0 


26 


16.3 



3-4 5-9 11-19 20 A NO OVER 

NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT 



171 10.0 219 12.8 77 4.S 8 0.5 



3 


1 1 .1 


4 


1 4.8 


2 


7.4 


1 


3.7 


18 


11.9 


11 


7.3 


6 


4.1 


1 


0.7 


18 


10.3 


42 


24 .1 


1 


.6 


1 


0.6 


1 


6.3 


2 


12.5 


2 


12.5 





0.1 


2 


12.5 


2 


12.5 





.1 


1 


0.0 


5 


22.7 


4 


18.? 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


12.5 


2 


8.3 





.0 





0.0 


3 


8.6 


7 


20.0 


2 


5.7 





0.0 





.0 


1 


10. n 


1 


10 .n 





0.0 


3 


10.3 


5 


17.2 


2 


6 .9 





0.0 


1 


1 2.5 





0.1 





0. 1 


1 


12.5 


2 


4.4 


10 


22 .2 


1 


2.7 


1 


2.2 


10 


17.5 


24 


42.1 


6 


1 0.5 





0.0 





.0 





.0 





.1 





0.0 


34 


1 3.8 


63 


75.6 


23 


9.1 


3 


1.2 


50 


13.2 


61 


16.1^ 


20 


5 .3 


2 


0.5 


1 


1 4 .3 


1 


14.3 


1 


14.3 





0.0 


2 


8.0 


3 


12.0 


4 


16.0 





0.0 


1 


8 .3 


1 


8.3 


1 


8.3 





0.0 


1 


9.1 


3 


77.1 





0. 





0.0 


2 


9.1 


2 


9.1 


2 


9.1 





0.0 


3 


6 .0 


8 


16.1 


2 


4 .0 





0.0 


1 


5.9 





0.0 


2 


11.8 





0.0 


45 


9.3 


33 


6.8 


13 


2.7 


2 


0.4 


38 


23 .7 


70 


43.7 


14 


8 .7 


4 


2.5 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUOEO IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL b NT T T OTALSt BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

70 

TOTAL NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDDLE AND COMBINED SCHOOL LEVEL 
8Y YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS I SEPTEMBER 1975 



1 2 3-4 5-9 10-19 20 AND OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PERCFNT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMPER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCEI 


TOTAL STATE 


41 1 


297 


72.3 


23 


5 .6 


36 


8.7 


43 


10.5 


11 


2.7 


1 


0.2 


ALLEGANY 


4 


3 


75 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


25.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


28 


1 9 


67.9 


3 


10.7 


2 


7.1 


3 


10.7 


1 


3.6 





0.0 


BALTI MORE 


25 


18 


72.0 


1 


4.0 


2 


8.0 


3 


12.0 


1 


4.0 





0.0 


C At 1/rUT 


d o 


I 3 


^ "7 "7 


O 

c. 


f m f 


* 



C 3 ml 


1 




£ 


f ml 


ft 

'J 


ft 

u.u 


CAROLINE 








0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


CAPROLL 


1 5 


9 


60.0 


3 


20.0 





.0 


3 


20.0 





.n 





0.0 


CECIL 


4 


4 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


39 


27 


69.2 


3 


7.7 


2 


5 .1 


7 


17.9 





o.n 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


3 


3 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


9 


6 


66 .7 





0.0 


3 


33.3 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


GARRETT 


5 


4 


80.0 





0.0 





.0 


1 


20.0 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFORD 


19 


11 


S7 .9 


3 


15.8 


1 


5.3 


4 


21.1 





0.0 





0.0 


HOW ARD 


54 


25 


46.3 


5 


9.3 


13 


24 .1 


10 


m.5 


1 


1 .9 





0.0 


KENT 


15 


13 


86.7 





0.0 


1 


6.7 





0.0 


1 


6.7 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


12 


3 


25 .0 


1 


8.3 


3 


25.0 


4 


33.3 


1 


8.3 





0.0 


PRTNCE GEORGE'S 








0.0 





0.0 





.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


10 


9 


90 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


10.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


33 


23 


69 .7 


2 


6.1 


4 


12.1 


4 


1 2.1 





0. 





0.0 


SOMERSFT 


1 1 


10 


90.9 


1 


9.1 





.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


10 


9 


90.0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


10.0 





0.0 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 


30 


1 8 


60.0 


3 


10 .0 


1 


3 .3 


7 


23.3 


1 


3.3 





0.0 


WICOMICO 


6 


4 


66.7 


1 


16.7 


1 


16 .7 





0.0 





O.O 





0.0 


WORCESTER 


7 


5 


71 .4 





0.0 


1 


14.3 





0.0 


1 


14.3 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


P7 


61 


70.1 


3 


3.4 


8 


9 .2 


9 


10.3 


5 


5.7 


1 


1.1 


LEA T»ANSFE°S 


41 


2 


4.9 


8 


19.5 


12 


29.3 


16 


39.0 


3 


7.3 





0.0 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INCIVIDUAL LOC«L UNIT TOTALS* BUT EXCLUOFD FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

71 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LFVFL 
BY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEM°ER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 



LOCAL UNIT 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


ADVANCED 


ST A NO A RD 


T OT AL 


DEGREE 


NON- 


0THE1 






NUMRER 


PERCENT 






NUMBER 


PERCENT 




OEG p EE 




TOTAL STATE 


48.242 


46.899 


97 .2 


26.394 


20,505 


1 .343 


? .8 


1 .125 


212 


6 


ALLEGANY 


846 


843 


99.6 


606 


237 


3 


0.3 


1 


2 





ANNE ARUNDEL 


4.042 


3.969 


98 .2 


2.039 


1 .930 


73 


1 .8 


68 


5 





BALTIMORE 


6.956 


& f 931 


9 9.6 


4.881 


7.050 


25 


0.3 


19 


6 





L AL Vt K I 


T D Ik 


381 


99.2 


1 / U 


CM I 


3 


0.8 


2 


1 





CAROLINE 


288 


288 


100.0 


116 


172 





0.0 











CARROLL 


987 


962 


97.5 


478 


484 


25 


2 .5 


1 7 


8 





CECIL 


648 


642 


99.1 


254 


388 


6 


0.9 


4 


2 





CHARLES 


875 


d j a 

oo v 


VV • 5 


409 


460 


6 


0.7 


5 


1 







~* 60 


352 


97.8 


189 


1 17 

X O J 


8 


2.2 


a 
o 


U 


u 


FREOERICK 


1 » 145 


1 .107 


96.7 


592 


515 


38 


3.3 


32 


6 





GARRETT 


311 


30 9 


99 .3 


159 


1 50 


2 


0.6 


2 


n 





HARFORD 


1 . 834 


1.823 


99.4 


935 


888 


1 1 


0.6 


9 


2 





HOWARD 


1» 315 


1 .573 


9 6.8 


634 


639 


42 


3.2 


35 


7 





KENT 


207 


205 


99.0 


91 


114 


2 


1 .0 





2 





MONTGOMERY 


6t 984 


6.936 


99.3 


4,959 


1. 977 


48 


0.7 


31 


1 7 





PRINCE GEORGE *S 


7t ©51 


7.701 


96 .9 


4.219 


3.482 


250 


3.1 


218 


30 


2 


QUFEN ANNE * S 


249 


246 


98.8 


112 


134 


3 


1.2 


2 


1 





ST. MARY'S 


645 


615 


95.3 


243 


372 


30 


4.7 


25 


5 





SOMERSET 


235 


230 


97.9 


109 


121 


5 


2.1 


4 





1 


TALBOT 


306 


304 


99.3 


136 


168 


2 


f> 0.7 


1 


1 





WASHINGTON 


1.213 


1 .201 


99.0 


715 


486 


12 


1 .0 


4 


7 


1 


WICOMICO 


759 


754 


99.3 


389 


365 


5 


0.7 


3 


2 





WORCESTER 


387 


375 


96 .9 


167 


208 


12 


3.1 


7 


5 





BALTIMORE CITY 


9t315 


8.583 


92.1 


3. 792 


4. 791 


732 


7.9 


628 


102 


2 



TABLE 

72 



TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS Z SEPTEMBER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 
LOCAL UNIT TOTAL TOTAL ADVANCED STANDARD TOTAL DEGREE NON- OTHER 

NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT DEGREF 



TOTAL STATE 


22 » 637 


22» 147 


37. 8 


lit 547 


in. add 


4 90 






fc 1 

D 1 


J 


ALLEGANY 


355 


354 


99.7 


246 


108 


1 


0.3 


1 








A hi mc a Diitinfi 
ANNt ft H U Nut L 




1 f no J 


9 8.5 


O ft "T 

8 9 7 


vbb 


29 




28 


1 


ft 




DAP T f MrtOT 


j 1 1 U J 


*r n o i 

5 »U TO 


CO o 

W • B 






7 


ft o 
U m d 


7 








L A L V r_ K 1 


IOC 


lou 


Q Q Q 
T O . T 


T II 


in/. 


z 


1 • 1 


ft 
2 


ft 




ft 

□ 


r ipni tdir 
v *KUL I TV t. 


t A O 




1 no, n 




on 


n 

U 




U 




u 


n 

O 


CAPROLL 


427 


420 


98.4 


167 


253 


7 


1.6 


3 


4 





CECIL 


TIT 

313 


51 U 


ft ft ft 


4 ft ft 
1 00 


210 


T 

3 


ft ft 


3 


u 





L n ft KLt. 3 


TOR 


TOO 

5 V d 


VV« d 


too 
lor 


£10 


3 


ft T 







ft 


UUKlnt a ILK 


1 fl 


1 O T 


G ft Q 
TO • O 


ft K 


Q 11 


o 


T O 


d 


ft 


ft 




r KtUtK I 


CAT 


CA ft 


TO »0 


t O T 


9 TTC 
£ |5 


1 o 
1 V 


1 A 


1 


J 


ft 


GA D RETT 


155 


154 


99.3 


69 


85 


1 


0.6 


1 








HARFORD 


897 


889 


99.1 


430 


459 


8 


0.9 


6 


2 





HOUAPO 


593 


578 


97.5 


263 


315 


15 


2.5 


14 


1 





KENT 


72 


72 


100.0 


33 


39 





0.0 











MONTGOMERY 


3tl90 


7»166 


99.2 


2.151 


1.015 


24 


0.7 


12 


12 





PRINCE GEORGE • S 


4.037 


3.923 


97.2 


2.026 


1.897 


114 


2.8 


96 


17 


1 


QU^EN ANNE'S 


105 


103 


98.1 


37 


66 


2 


1 .9 


1 


1 





ST. MARY'S 


297 


282 


94 .9 


108 


174 


15 


5.1 


12 


3 





SOMERSET 


82 


82 


100.0 


44 


38 





0.0 











TALBOT 


128 


127 


99.2 


49 


78 


1 


0.8 





1 





WASHINGTON 


490 


484 


98.8 


257 


227 


6 


1.2 


2 


3 


1 


WICOMICO 


361 


361 


100.0 


195 


166 





0.0 











WORCESTER 


118 


116 


98.3 


47 


69 


2 


1.7 





2 





BALTIMORE CITY 


4.569 


4.340 


95.0 


1 .711 


2.629 


229 


5.0 


217 


11 


1 



TABLE 

73 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MAR Y L A NO PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEMBER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 



LOCAL UNIT 


TOT AL 


TOTAL 


ADVANCED 


STANDARD 


T OT A L 


DEGREE 


NON- 


THE 






NUMBER 


PERCENT 




NU 


"BER 


PERCENT 




DFGREE 




TOTAL STATE 


21 »P26 


21 .068 


96 .5 


12.969 


8 .099 


758 


3 .5 


616 


140 


2 


ALLEGANY 


398 


396 


9 9.5 


300 


96 


2 


0.5 





2 





ANNE A p U N D E t 


1 » 8 9 3 


1 » 855 


98.0 


1.02 5 


8 30 


38 


2 .0 


34 


4 





B AL TT MORE 


3 . 524 


3 . 506 


99.5 


2.611 


895 


1 8 


0.5 


1 2 


6 





C AL VERT 


114 


1 1 3 


99.1 


58 


55 


1 


0.9 





1 





CAROLINE 


146 


146 


100 .0 


64 


82 





0.0 











C APROLL 


337 


326 


9 6.7 


199 


127 


1 1 


3.3 


8 


3 





CECIL 


246 


243 


98 .8 


106 


1 37 


3 


1 .2 


1 


2 





CHARLES 


243 


on i 


99.2 


124 


117 


2 


0.8 


1 


1 





DORCHESTER 


157 


1 52 


96 .8 


89 


63 


5 


3.2 


5 








FREDERICK 


463 


447 


96.5 


251 


196 


16 


3.5 


1 4 


7 





GARRETT 


13 3 


133 


1 00 .0 


79 


54 





.0 











HARFORD 


719 


"'16 


99.6 


401 


315 


3 


0.4 


3 








HOWARD 


397 


782 


96.2 


231 


151 


15 


3.8 


9 


6 





KENT 


62 


60 


96.8 


30 


30 


2 


3.2 





? 





MONTGOMERY 


3.627 


3t 604 


09. 4 


2.681 


923 


23 


0.6 


18 


5 





PRINCE GEORGE *S 


3»°14 


3»778 


96 .5 


2.193 


1 .585 


136 


3.5 


122 


13 


1 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


103 


103 


100.0 


60 


43 





0.0 











ST. MARY'S 


169 


159 


94 .1 


67 


92 


10 


5 .9 


8 


2 





SOMERSET 


99 


96 


97.0 


44 


52 


3 


3.0 


3 








TALBOT 


112 


111 


99.1 


56 


55 


1 


0.9 


1 








WASHINGTON 


375 


"<71 


98.9 


253 


118 


4 


1 . 1 


1 


3 





WICOMICO 


369 


364 


98.6 


184 


180 


5 


1 .3 


3 


2 





WORCESTER 


135 


129 


95.5 


49 


«0 


6 


4.4 


5 


1 





BALTIMORE CITY 


4.091 


3»637 


88 .9 


1*814 


1.823 


454 


1 1 .1 


368 


85 


1 



TABLE 

74 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDDLE AND COM^INEn SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 



LOCAL UNIT 


TOTAL 


TOT AL 


ADVANCED 


STANDARD 


TOTAL 


DEGREE 


NON- 


OTHEI 






MUMP rc 


prprrniT 

r C. r. L L nl 1 






rvu ~ t? L *t 


" r. rX U t N 1 




DEGREE 




TOTAL STATE 


3t779 


3t 684 


97.5 


1 t878 


1 »»06 


95 


2 .5 


83 


11 


1 


ALLEGANY 


93 


93 


100.0 


60 


7 T 





0.0 











ANNE ARUNDEL 


257 


?51 


97 . 7 


117 


1 34 


6 


2 .3 


6 








B AL TI MORE 


329 


329 


100.0 


215 


114 





0.0 


o 


o 


o 


C ALVFRT 


88 


88 


100.0 


38 


50 





.0 











CAROLINE 








0.0 











0.0 











CARROLL 


223 


216 


96 .9 


112 


104 


7 


3 .1 


6 


1 





CECIL 


89 


89 


100.0 


48 


41 





0.0 











CHARLES 


237 


236 


99.6 


103 


1 33 


1 


0.4 


1 








DORCHESTER 


32 


31 


96.9 


15 


16 


1 


3.1 


1 








FREDERICK 


119 


116 


97.5 


72 


44 


3 


2.5 


2 


1 





GARRETT 


23 


22 


9 5.7 


1 1 


1 1 


1 


4.3 


1 








HARFORD 


218 


21 8 


100.0 


104 


114 





.0 











HOWARD 


325 


313 


96.3 


140 


173 


12 


3.7 


12 








KENT 


73 


73 


100 .0 


28 


45 





0.0 











MO*)TGO"ERY 


167 


166 


99.4 


127 


39 


1 


0.6 


1 








PRINCE GEORGE'S 








.0 











0.0 











QUEEN ANNE'S 


41 


40 


97.6 


15 


25 


1 


2.4 


1 








ST. MARY'S 


179 


174 


97 .2 


68 


106 


5 


2.8 


5 








SOMERSET 


51 


52 


96.3 


21 


31 


2 


3.7 


1 





1 


TALBOT 


66 


66 


100 .0 


31 


35 





0.0 











WASHINGTON 


348 


-<46 


99.4 


205 


141 


2 


0.6 


1 


1 





WICOMICO 


2R 


29 


100 .0 


10 


19 





0.0 











WORCESTER 


131 


130 


97.0 


71 


59 


4 


3.0 


2 


2 





BALTIMORE CTTY 


655 


606 


92 .5 


267 


339 


49 


7.5 


43 


6 






TABLE 

75 

TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LFVEL 
PY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEMBER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 
LOCAL UNIT TOTAL TOTAL ADVANCED STANDARD TOTAL DEGREE NON- OTHER 

NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT CFGRFF 



TOTAL STATE 


3.770 


3f 395 


90 .1 


381 


3 .014 


375 


9 .9 


325 


50 





ALLEGANY 


53 


51 


96.2 


10 


4 1 


2 


3.8 


1 


1 





ANNE ARUNDEL 


316 


304 


96.2 


45 


259 


12 


1 .8 


10 


2 





BALTIMORE 


323 


311 


96.3 


52 


259 


12 


3 .7 


8 








CALVERT 


67 


65 


97.0 


12 


53 


2 


3.0 


1 


1 





CAROLINE 


42 


42 


100.0 


1 


1 1 





0.0 











CARROLL 


73 


65 


89.0 


5 


60 


8 


10 .9 


5 


3 





CECIL 


56 


52 


92.9 


4 


08 


4 


7.1 


2 


2 





CHARLES 


127 


125 


98 .4 


30 


95 


2 


1 .6 


2 








DORCHESTER 


29 


28 


96.5 


4 


?4 


1 


-<.4 


1 








FRFDERICK 


75 


69 


92 .0 


8 


61 


6 


8 .0 


6 








GARRETT 


31 


29 


93.5 


2 


27 


2 


6.5 


2 








HARFORD 


147 


144 


97.9 


31 


113 


3 


2.0 


3 








HOWARD 


194 


179 


92.3 


42 


137 


15 


7.7 


1 4 


1 





KENT 


31 


30 


96 .8 


3 


27 


1 


3.2 





1 





MONTGOMERY 


505 


486 


96.2 


135 


■*51 


19 


3.8 


14 


5 





PRINCE GEORGE'S 


606 


546 


90.1 


42 


504 


60 


9.9 


55 


5 





QUE r N ANNE * S 


37 


36 


97.3 


3 


33 


1 


2.7 


1 








ST. MARY'S 


96 


90 


93.7 


1 1 


79 


6 


6.3 


4 


2 





SOMERSET 


37 


^7 


100.0 





37 





0.0 











TALBOT 


30 


30 


100.0 


2 


28 





0.0 

• 











WASHINGTON 


91 


90 


98.9 


16 


74 


1 


1.1 





1 





WICOMICO 


76 


75 


98.7 


5 


70 


1 


1 .3 


1 








WORCESTER 


31 


^0 


96.8 


3 


27 


1 


3.2 


1 








BALTIMORE CITY 


1 t042 


814 


76.1 


46 


768 


228 


21 .9 


205 


23 





LEA TRANSFERS 


345 


333 


96.5 


131 


202 


1 2 


^.5 


11 


1 






NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. PUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

76 

TOTAL NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 
LOCAL UNIT TOTAL TOTAL ADVANCEO STANDARD TOTAL DEGREE NON- OTHER 

NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT DEGREE 



TOTAL STATE 


1.646 


1 .556 


94 


.5 


177 


1 .379 


90 


5 


.5 


87 


3 





ALLEGANY 


22 


21 


95 


.5 


4 


17 


1 


4 


.5 


1 








ANNE ARUNDEL 


1 37 


1 35 


98 


.5 


29 


106 


2 


1 


.5 


2 








BALTIMORE 


123 


122 


99 


.2 


15 


107 


1 





.8 


1 








CALVERT 


25 


24 


96 


.0 


3 


21 


1 


4 


.0 


1 








CAROLINE 


26 


26 


100 


.0 





26 








.0 











CARROLL 


36 


36 


100 


.0 


3 


33 








.0 











CECIL 


28 


?6 


92 


.9 


4 


22 


2 


7 


.1 


2 








CHARLES 


53 


52 


98 


.1 


15 


37 


1 


1 


.9 


1 








DORCHESTER 


16 


15 


9 3 


.7 


2 


1 3 


1 


6 


.3 


1 








FRFOERICK 


37 


34 


91 


.9 


3 


31 


3 


8 


.1 


3 








GA" RETT 


18 


17 


94 


.4 


1 


16 


1 


5 


.5 


1 








HARFORD 


83 


81 


97 


.6 


17 


64 


2 


2 


.4 


2 








HOWARD 


83 


78 


94 


.0 


16 


62 


5 


6 


.0 


5 








KENT 


11 


11 


100 


.0 


3 


8 








.0 











MONTGOMERY 


2*7 


242 


98 


.0 


63 


179 


5 


2 


.0 


5 








PRINCE GEORGE *S 


228 


215 


94 


.3 


17 


198 


13 


5 


.7 


13 








QUEEN A NNE * S 


20 


19 


95 


.0 





19 


1 


5 


.0 


1 








ST. MARY'S 


38 


36 


94 


.7 


4 


32 


2 


5 


.3 


2 








SOMERSET 


11 


14 


100 


.0 





14 








.0 











TALBOT 


9 


9 


100 


.0 


1 


8 








.0 











WASHINGTON 


39 


39 


100 


.0 


7 


32 








.0 











WICOMICO 


20 


20 


100 


.0 


1 


19 








.0 











WORCESTER 


7 


7 


100 


.0 


2 


5 








.0 











BALTIMORE CITY 


470 


421 


89 


.6 


18 


403 


49 


10 


.4 


46 


3 





LEA TRANSFERS 


144 


144 


100 


.0 


51 


93 








.0 












NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. PUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 



TOTAL NEW RROFESS I ONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL L r VEL 
RY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEMBER 1975 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 



LOCAL UNIT 


TOTAL 


TOT AL 




ADVANCED 


ST A NO ARn 


TOTAL 




DEGREE 


NON- 


THE 






NUMBFR 


PERCENT 






NUMBER 


PERCENT 




PFG°EE 




TOTAL STATE 


1.713 


1 .151 


81 


.7 


159 


1 .292 


262 


1 5 


.3 


215 


17 





ALLEGANY 


27 


26 


9 S 


. 3 


6 


20 


1 




7 
• * 





1 





ANNE APUNDFL 


1 51 


112 


94 


.0 


11 


128 


9 


6 


.0 


7 


2 





BALTIMORE 


175 




9 3 


.7 


33 


131 


1 1 


6 


.3 


7 


1 







1 O 


1 5 


9? 


.7 




1 1 


1 


6 


.3 


U 


T 


u 


CAROLINE 


16 


16 


100 


.0 


1 


1 5 








.0 











CARROLL 


22 


1 5 


O " 


o 
• c 





1 5 


7 


■» i 

j i 


O 
• O 


1 


3 





CECIL 


2* 


22 


9 1 


.7 





22 


2 


8 


.3 





2 





CHARLES 


35 


3 5 


100 


.0 


9 


26 








.0 











nnnrur c t l i ; 


1 U 


10 


100 


.0 


z 


8 








.0 










FRFDERICK 


29 


26 


89 


.7 


1 


22 


3 


10 


.3 


3 








GARRETT 


8 


8 


100 


.0 


1 


7 








.0 











HARFORD 


15 


11 


97 


.8 


9 


35 


1 


2 


.2 


1 








HOWARD 


57 


53 


9 3 


.0 


16 


37 


1 


7 


.0 


3 


l 





KE-'T 


5 


1 


60 


.0 





1 


1 


20 


.0 





i 





MONTGOMERY 


216 


?32 


91 


. 3 


67 


165 


11 


5 


.7 


9 


5 





PRINCE GEORGE'S 


378 


^31 


87 


.6 


25 


306 


17 


12 


.1 


12 


5 





OUEEN ANNE'S 


7 


7 


10 J 


.0 


2 


5 








.0 











ST. MARY'S 


25 


?2 


88 


.0 


3 


19 


3 


12 


.0 


1 


2 





SOMERSET 


12 


12 


100 


.0 





12 








.0 











TALBOT 


11 


1 1 


100 


.0 


1 


10 








.0 











WASHINGTON 


22 


21 


95 


.5 


2 


19 


1 


1 


.5 





1 





WICO"ICO 


50 


19 


98 


.0 


1 


15 


1 


2 


.0 


1 








WO c CESTER 


17 


16 


94 


. 1 





1 6 


1 


5 


.9 


1 








BALTIMORE CITY 


185 


^20 


66 


.0 


22 


298 


165 


31 


.0 


1«5 


20 





LEA TRANSFERS 


160 


150 


9 3 


.7 


66 


81 


10 


6 


.3 


9 


1 






NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNTT TOTALS. PUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 




TOTAL NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDDLE A NO COM«INFH SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY TYPE OF CERTIFICATE 
MARYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS J SEPTEMRER 1975 

PRCFFSSIONAL PROVISIONAL 



LOCAL UNIT 


TOTAL 


T T AL 


ADVANCED 


STANDARD 


TOTAL 


DEGREE 


NON- 


OTHEI 






NUMBER 


PERCENT 






NUMBER 


PERCENT 




DEGREE 




TOTAL STATE 


Mil 


388 


94 .4 


45 


343 


23 


5.6 


23 








ALLEGANY 


4 


4 


100.0 





4 





0.0 











ANNE ARUNDEL 


28 


27 


96 .4 


2 


25 


1 


3.6 


1 








BALTIMORE 


25 


C J 




4 


21 


n 
u 


o n 
u # u 













C D 


26 


1 00 .0 


E 

J 


9 1 





.0 








CAROLINE 








0.0 


n 








0.0 











CARROLL 


1 5 


1 4 


9? .3 


2 


12 


1 


6 .7 


1 








CECIL 


4 


4 


10 0.0 





4 





0.0 











CHARLES 


39 


7 8 


97 U 


6 


32 


I 


2.6 


1 








OOPCHFSTFR 


3 


3 


100.0 










0.0 


o 


o 


o 


FRFDERICK 


9 


9 


100 .0 


1 


8 





0.0 











GAORETT 


5 


4 


80.0 





4 


1 


20. 


1 








HARFORD 


19 


1 9 


100 .0 


5 


14 





.0 











HOUARD 


54 


'4 8 


83.9 


10 


38 


6 


11.1 


6 








KENT 


15 


1 5 


100 .0 





15 





0.0 











MONTGOMERY 


12 


12 


100.0 


5 


7 





0.0 











PRINCE GEORGE *S 








.0 











0.0 











OU^EN ANNE'S 


10 


10 


10 0.0 


1 


9 





0.0 











ST. MARY'S 


33 


32 


97.0 


4 


28 


1 


3.0 


1 








SOMERSET 


11 


11 


100.0 





1 1 





0.0 











TALPOT 


10 


10 


100 .0 





10 





0.0 











WASHINGTON 


30 


30 


100.0 


7 


23 





0.0 











UICO»ICO 


6 


6 


1 00 .0 





6 





0.0 











WO°CE STF R 


7 


7 


100.0 


1 


6 





0.0 











BALTIMORE CITY 


87 


73 


e3 .9 


6 


67 


14 


1 6.1 


14 








LEA TRANSFERS 


41 


^9 


95.1 


14 


25 


2 


4.9 


2 









NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARF INCLUDEP IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS* BUT EXCLUOED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

78 



TABLE 

79 

SEPARATIONS BY ORGANIZATION: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30 1 1975 

TOTAL ELEMENTARY SECONDARY NIODLE/COMBINEO 



1 A r At ||M t t 


Nil MR T R 


prT 


NUMBER 


pf T 


mump r p 


p r t 


ftj 1 1 M p r D 

If UHD c_ K 


PCT 


ALL EG ANY 


52 


6.1 


25 


7 


. 


22 


5.6 


5 


5 


. 3 


ANNF ARUNHFI 

nun i m\ vn u ll 


337 


8.3 


172 


g 


m 9 


155 


8 . ? 


1 


4 


m 2 


BALTIMORE 


547 


7.6 


288 


8 


.8 


231 


6.5 


28 


8 


.4 


CALVERT 


40 


11.2 


18 


10 


.3 


18 


15.5 


4 


6 


.1 


pioni TNT 

tRn ul inc. 


in 

J o 




22 


15 


Q 


1 O 


in o 


n 




. 


CARROLL 


97 


9.6 


48 


10 


.9 


29 


8.4 


20 


P 


.8 


CECIL 


53 


8.2 


28 


8 


. 9 


20 


8.3 


5 


«j 


m 5 


CHARLES 


96 


11.4 


52 


13 


.2 


23 


9.9 


21 


9 


.6 


DORCHESTER 


25 


7.0 


13 


7 


.7 


9 


5.8 


3 


9 


.4 


FR EDER I CK 


60 


5.3 


34 


6 


• 1 


CD 







n 


.0 


GA RRETT 


25 


8.2 


12 


8 


. 1 


10 


7.4 


3 


14 


. 7 


HARFORD 


1 42 


7.8 


93 


1 


,3 


32 


4 .5 


1 7 


7 


. 9 


HOWARD 


137 


10.9 


64 


11 


.1 


34 


9.1 


39 


1? 


.6 


KENT 


37 


17.4 


9 


2 


.9 


8 


12.3 


20 


?S 


.6 






I m /- 


265 


8 


m J 


£ c. V 


o • ? 


o 

T 


5 


.5 


PRINCE GEORGE^S 


681 


8.5 


363 


8 


.7 


318 


8.3 








.0 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


38 


15.2 


24 


22 


.0 


8 


7.7 


6 


16 


- 2 


ST. MARY'S 


81 


12.9 


34 


11 


.6 


25 


14 ,e 


22 


1 3 


.1 


SOMERSET 


29 


12.8 


9 


11 


.7 


11 


11.2 


9 


17 


. 3 


TALBOT 


30 


9.8 


10 


7 


.7 


11 


9.8 


9 


1 3 


.8 


WASHINGTON 


87 


7.2 


42 


8 


.5 


20 


5.4 


25 


7 


. 3 


WICOMICO 


59 


7.9 


30 


8 


.1 


28 


8.1 


1 


4 


.2 


WORCESTER 


33 


8.5 


10 


8 


.3 


16 


11.9 


* 7 


s 


.2 


BALTIMORE CITY 


767 


8.5 


359 


8 


.1 


366 


9.? 


42 


A 


.9 


LEA TRANSFERS 


94 


0.0 


40 





.0 


46 


0.0 


S 





. 


TOTAL STATE 


3t900 


8.1 


1»984 


8 


.7 


1.619 


7.5 


297 


A 


.2 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt 
BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

80 

separations: professional staff at school level 
maryland public schools 





OCTOBER 1» 


1974 TO 


SE p TEMBER 30t 1975 














v r A D 

T r n K 


SUMMER 


LOCAL UNIT 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


1974 


— 75 


1975 




NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


ALLEGANY 


!> C 


6.1 


1 2 


1.4 


40 


4.7 


ANN E ARUNDEL 


337 


8.3 


100 


2.5 


237 


5.8 


BALTIMORE 


547 


7.6 


116 


1.6 


431 


6.0 


CALVERT 


40 


11.2 


e 


2 .2 


32 


9.0 


CAROLINE 


38 


13.4 


12 


4.2 


26 


9.1 


CARROLL 


9 7 


9.6 


1 8 


1.8 


79 


7.8 


CECIL 


53 


8.2 


1 


1.1 


46 


7.1 


CHARLES 


96 


11.4 


76 


9.0 


20 


2 .4 


DORCHESTER 


25 


7.0 


4 


1.1 


21 


5.9 


FREDERICK 


60 


5.3 


10 


0.9 


50 


4 .4 


r A D DC T T 


d -> 


a o 
o • c 




& * u 


22 


7.2 


HARFORD 


142 


7.8 


32 


1 »7 


110 


6.0 


HOWARD 


137 


10.9 




J • 5 


96 


7.6 


K FN T 


37 


17.4 


1 u 




27 


12.7 


MONTGOMERY 


503 


7.2 


100 


1.4 


4 03 


5.8 


DDTurr rrrturnc 
rnlNlt otHKtt *b 


OBI 




I o d 


c • J 


499 


6.2 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


38 


15.2 


8 


3.2 


30 


12.0 


ST. MARY'S 


81 


12.9 


81 


12.9 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


29 


12.8 


1 


0.4 


28 


12. 3 


TALBOT 


30 


9.8 


6 


2.0 


24 


7.8 


WASHINGTON 


87 


7.2 


26 


2.1 


61 


5.0 


WICOMICO 


59 


7.9 


12 


1 .6 


47 


6.3 


WORCESTER 


33 


8.5 


8 


2.1 


25 


6.4 


BALTIMORE CITY 


767 


8.5 


332 


3.7 


435 


4.8 


LEA TRANSFERS 


94 


0.0 


15 


0.0 


79 


0.0 


TOTAL STATE 


3 t900 


8.1 


1 r 1 90 


2.5 


2.710 


5.6 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS? 
BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

81 

SEPARATIONS BY CAUSE t PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30t 1975 

GRAND TOTAL ELEMENTARY SECONCARY M IDD L E /C OMB I NEC 





SCHOOL YR. 


SUMMER 


SCHOOL VR. 


SUMMMER 




SCHOOL YR. 


SUMMER 




SCHOOL YR. 


SUMMI 


CAUSE OF SEPARATION 


TO T AL 


1 974 - 75 


1975 




1 7 »H /* 


1 975 


TOTAL 


1974-75 


1975 


TOTAL 


1974-75 


1975 


TOTAL 


3t900 


ltl90 


2t 710 


1 1 984 


606 


It 37 8 


It 61 9 


481 1 


1 138 


297 


103 


194 


OEATH 


41 


31 


10 


22 


1 7 


5 


19 


14 


5 











RETIREMENT 


5 97 


113 


484 


323 


57 


266 


238 


53 


185 


36 


3 


3T 


DROPPED 


6 8 


21 


47 


2 9 


7 


22 


30 


9 


21 


9 


5 


4 


TEACHING ELSFWHERE 


























IN ANOTHER STATE OR COUNTRY 


121 


20 


101 


50 


4 


46 


55 


12 


43 


16 


4 


12 


IN NONPUBLTC/HIGHER ED. INST 


in 


n 


10 


n 


2 


2 


8 


1 


7 


2 


1 


1 


WORK OTHER THAN TEACHING 


11? 


45 


97 


42 


1 3 


29 


89 


29 


6" 


11 


3 


8 


MILT TAR Y SERVICE 


6 


2 


4 


1 


1 





5 


1 


4 











HESI 6NED 


























TO STUDY 


155 


31 


124 


67 


14 


53 


60 


15 


65 


8 


2 


6 


MOVED AWAY 


823 


214 


609 


468 


116 


352 


29? 


73 


219 


63 


25 


38 


MARRIED 


58 


16 


42 


29 


9 


20 


27 


6 


21 


2 


1 


1 


MATERNITY 


87 


47 


40 


50 


30 


20 


JO 


14 


16 


7 


3 


4 


HOME RESPONSIBILITY 


1 59 


38 


121 


82 


22 


60 


69 


1 4 


55 


8 


2 


6 


PERSONAL ILLNESS 


78 


52 


26 


37 


29 


8 


35 


18 


1 7 


6 


5 


1 


DISSATISFIED WITH TEACHING 


66 


35 


31 


26 


12 


14 


36 


20 


16 


4 


3 


1 


OTHER REASON/CAUSE UNKNOWN 


563 


204 


359 


206 


72 


134 


297 


1 10 


187 


60 


22 


38 


FOR STUDY 


182 


18 


164 


76 


4 


72 


87 


10 


77 


19 


4 


15 


FOR MATERNITY 


5*8 


247 


301 


375 


173 


202 


1 32 


5 9 


73 


41 


15 


26 


FOR ILLNESS OR OTHER REASONS 


192 


52 


140 


97 


24 


73 


90 


23 


67 


5 


5 





TRANSFER TO ANOTHER LOCAL UNIT 


94 


15 


79 


40 


9 


31 


46 


3 


43 


8 


3 


5 



vote: transfers between local units are not included in state totals. 



TABLE 

82 



SEPARATIONS BY CAUSE*: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1» 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30 t 1975 



L"CAL UNIT 





TOTAL 


i n 
1 u 


on 


J I J I 


u 1 


Li 1 - tl 
HI He 


ti ti - ti *=; 


D I D J 


k ti j i ft 


J 


O £ 


O J 


L. ft 
O H 


A. C 


o o 


67 


6 8-69 


71 


73 


72/7 




ALL F G ANY 




5? 


1 


14 


1 


1 


1 


o 


o 


1 


o 


14 




o 


g 


\ 


2 


n 


l 






[[ 


k iiur a o i 1 ft] n r i 




337 




J o 


ft 




1 R 








1 o 


7 ^ 

f J 




1 o 

1 c 




1 J 


c 

!> 


21 


4 


45 


1 


ir 


BALTIMORE 




546 


5 


72 


3 


5 


17 


3 


10 





11 


114 


8 


8 


31 


8 


6 


50 


48 


128 


1 


1' 


CALVERT 




41 





4 


2 


1 


2 





1 





4 


8 


1 


4 


1 


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10 










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3 


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1 


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3 




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97 


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46 


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53 




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CHAPLES 




96 





8 


8 


1 


4 











6 


20 


1 


3 


4 


2 


4 


24 


4 


4 




i» 


DORCHESTER 




25 





7 


4 











2 


1 


1 


3 





3 

















4 




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6 


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9 




"' 


GAR°E T T 









9 





4 


5 














1 








1 








3 


r> 


1 




i'f 


HARFORD 




143 





23 


6 


6 


8 





1 





3 


36 


4 


5 


4 


2 


2 


5 


8 


28 




irr 


HOWARD 




137 


2 


11 


1 


3 


9 


i 


7 





6 


35 


2 


7 


5 


1 


1 


11 


9 


25 




,1' 


KENT 




37 





4 


2 


4 


2 





4 








10 


1 


2 





1 


2 


1 


2 


2 




r 


MONTGOMERY 






4 


93 


4 


6 


15 





38 





27 


137 


5 


1 


31 


3 


5 


27 


50 


29 


2 


i'£ 


PR. GEORGES *S 




682 


3 


71 


7 


12 


12 


2 


37 


1 


31 


154 


6 


10 


32 


14 


12 


66 


20 


1«8 


81 


,E 


QUE^N ANNE'S 




3« 


1 


5 





7 


3 








2 


2 


1 1 








1 








4 


1 







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ST. MARY'S 




81 





5 


3 





2 


2 








3 


37 


1 


7 


3 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 




ii 


SOMERSET 




29 





5 








2 


1 








1 


6 


1 


1 











11 


1 





1 


«( 


TALROT 




30 





8 


1 





3 














3 


1 





3 








10 





1 


1 


!>! 


WASHINGTON 




87 


1 


34 























1 9 


3 





3 





1 


9 


2 


14 




!i I 


WICOMICO 




59 





8 





2 








1 





5 


15 


1 


4 


2 





o 


14 


1 


6 




SP 


WORCESTER 




33 


1 


7 





1 


4 


1 


2 








6 





1 


1 


1 


l 


2 





3 




ft. 


BALTIMORE CTY 




767 


1 3 


142 


17 


27 


4 


1 


16 





31 


86 


4 


10 


3 


24 


14 


236 


19 


96 


2 


.'!' 


TOTAL STATE 




900 


41 


597 


68 


94 


121 


14 


1 42 


6 


1 55 


823 


58 


87 


159 


78 


66 


563 


182 


548 


1« 


'•[ 


note: transfers 


BETWEEN 


UNITS 


ARE 


INCLUDED 


IN INDIVIDUAL 


LOCAL 


UNIT TOTALS, BUT 


EXCLUDED FROM 


STATE 


TOTALS. 














1 


: : 



*C0DE EXPLANATION 



10 
20 

31-37 



43 

41-42 
44-45 



Death 

Retirement 

Dropped 



Non-Teaching 
51-53 Government Service, business, 

or defense work 
54/74 Armed Service 



Teaching 

In another local unit or Md. 

State Dept. of Education 
In another country or state 

In a Md. institution of higher education or nonpublic school 



Other Voluntary Resignation 

61 Study 

62 Moved 

63 Married 

64 Maternity 

65 Home responsibility 

66 Personal illness 

67 Dissatisfied with teaching 
68-69 Other or cause unknown 



Leave of Absence 
71 Study 
73 Maternity 
72/75 Illness or Other reasons 



TABLE 

83 

SEPARATIONS BY CAUSE*; PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 

^.MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1» 1974 TO SFPT«~"BER 30. 1975 

LOCAL UNIT 





TOTAL 


10 


20 


31-37 


43 


41-42 


44-45 


51-53 


54/74 


61 


62 


63 


6« 


65 


66 


67 


68-69 


71 


73 


72/75 


LEGANY 


25 





10 








1 














7 


1 





5 














1 





NF ARUNOEL 


172 


3 


20 


1 


2 


8 


1 


3 





1 2 


43 


4 


8 


7 


6 


2 


1 4 





27 


11 


iLTIBORE 


288 


4 


42 


2 


3 


8 


1 


5 





6 


62 


5 


2 


15 


3 


n 


21 


20 


80 


9 


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1 8 


o 


2 




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Q 


o 


o 


o 


2 


c 


i 

i 


3 


g 


o 


n 




|| 






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22 


1 


4 





1 


1 











1 


4 





2 


3 


2 


1 


n 





2 





I RROLL 


48 





7 


1 


























1 


1 





1 


15 


1 


19 


? 


JCIL 


28 


2 


3 








2 














6 


4 


2 


I 


1 





1 


1 


5 





1 ARLES 


52 





6 


2 


1 


2 











5 


12 





3 


2 


1 


2 


9 


2 


4 


1 


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3 


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g 


g 


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g 


IEDERICK 


34 


i 


5 


1 





1 











2 


7 





1 


2 





4 


2 


3 


4 


1 


( RRETT 


12 





5 





1 


4 














1 

















1 








ft 


1 RFORD 


93 





20 


2 


4 


2 





1 





2 


24 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 





2 


23 


n 


1 UARO 


(fH 


2 


n 


1 


o 


2 


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2 


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1 6 


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3 


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\ 


7 


2 


1 f, 


g 


1 NT 


9 





1 


1 


2 


1 














2 


1 


1 























1 NT60HERY 


261 


1 


48 


3 


4 


6 





12 





6 


83 


3 


1 


20 


3 


3 


12 


24 


20 


15 


1 . GEORGES «S 


361 





38 


3 


4 


5 





10 


1 


8 


95 


1 


6 


14 


5 


5 


30 


I 5 


B2" 


42 


< EEN ANNE'S 


2* 


1 


4 





4 


3 











1 


9 








1 








1 











!. NARY'S 


3% 





4 


1 








1 








1 


13 


1 


■* 


2 


1 





1 


1 


4 


1 


! HERSET 


9 





I 























6 

















2 








n 


riLBOT 


10 





3 








1 














1 


1 


n 


1 








2 





1 


ft 


ISHINGTON 


42 


I 


14 











a 











1 2 


1 





2 








2 





10 





\ COBICO 


30 





4 














1 





3 


10 


1 


l 


1 








5 





4 





IRCESTER 


10 





4 








1 








• 





2 

















n 





2 


i 


fLTIBORE CTY 


359 


6 


70 


7 


13 


2 


1 


8 





16 


50 


3 


6 




1 1 


5 


73 


5 


69 


14 


1TAL STATE 


lt98« 


22 


323 


29 


40 


50 


4 


42 


1 


67 


468 


29 


50 


82 


37 


26 


2 06 


76 


375 


97 



'TEt TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS, BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



ODE 


EXPLANATION 




Non-Teaching 




Other Voluntary Resignation 




Leave of Absence 





Death 




51-43 Government service, business, 


61 


Study 


71 


Study 





Retirement 




or defense work 


62 


Moved 


73 


Maternity 


1-37 


Dropped 




54/74 Armed Service 


63 


Married 


72/75 


Illness or Other 










64 


Materni ty 








Teaching 






65 


Home responsibility 






3 


In another local unit 


or Md. 




66 


Personal illness 








State Dept. of Education 




67 


Dissatisfied with teaching 






1-42 


In another country or 


state 




68-69 


Other or cause unknown 






4-45 


In a Md. institution of higher 


education or nonpublic school 











TAB LI 

84 



SEPARATIONS BY CAUSE*: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SEPTFMBER 30. 1975 



LOCAL UNIT 



TOTAL 


10 


20 


31-37 


43 


41-42 


44-45 


51-53 


54/74 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68-69 


71 


73 


72/1 




ALLEGANY 


22 


1 


4 


1 


1 











1 





6 


1 





2 





2 





1 


2 




. : 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


155 


1 


16 


3 


9 


9 


2 


17 


1 


6 


28 


6 


4 


7 


7 


3 


7 


4 


18 






BALTIMORE 


230 


1 


27 


1 


1 


8 


2 


4 





5 


45 


3 


5 


14 


5 


6 


26 


27 


40 


I 


,' 




1 o 


n 

\j 


n 




n 

\j 


o 


n 
u 




u 


£ 


JL 

o 


u 


• 

I 


1 


1 


ft 




D 









rjpni T Mr 


1 A 


1 


1 





2 


1 














9 














1 








1 






CARROLL 


29 





1 


2 






































18 


2 


3 




'' 


CECIL 


20 





4 


1 





2 











2 


2 


2 


1 











4 


1 


1 




r 


CHARLES 


23 





2 


4 





1 











1 


1 


1 





2 








8 


2 











Q 


n 


"» 

J 


1 




n 


ft 


o 


1 

1 


n 
u 


o 

c. 


n 

u 


n 


n 

u 


u 


n 

U 


u 


ft 


n 


H 


E 




c. o 





3 








3 





1 








4 


i 


1 


4 





2 


1 


1 


5 






6AR»ETT 


10 





4 





2 


1 























1 








2 










;: 


HARFORD 


32 





3 


3 


1 


3 











1 


8 


3 


2 











1 


3 


2 




,. 


HOWARD 


34 


ft 

u 


d 


u 


i 


5 


n 
U 


O 

d 


ft 

u 


d 


Q 


n 

u 


I 


C 


l 


u 




2 


2 






KENT 


8 





1 


1 











1 








3 





1 








1 













r 


MONTGOMERY 


229 


3 


45 


1 


Z 


8 





2 5 





2 


52 


2 





1 





2 


1 4 


24 


9 


i 


i' 


PR. GE ORGES* S 


318 


3 


33 


4 


8 


7 


2 


27 





23 


59 


5 


4 


1 8 


9 


7 


36 


5 


26 






QUEEN ANNE *S 


8 


1 


1 





1 











2 


1 


1 




















1 







: ; 


ST. MARY'S 


25 





1 











1 











15 





2 


1 





2 


1 


1 









SOMERSET 


11 





2 








1 











1 





1 


1 











5 












TALBOT 


11 





3 








1 














1 








1 








5 












WASHINGTON 


20 





7 























4 


1 





1 





1 


5 


1 









WICOMICO 


28 





4 





2 














2 


4 





3 


1 








9 


1 


2 






WORCESTER 


16 


1 


2 





1 


2 


1 


2 








3 





1 


1 








1 












BALTIMORE CTY 


366 


7 


69 


8 


14 


1 





7 





14 


31 


1 


3 


3 


12 


9 


145 


11 


21 


i 




TOTAL STATE It 


619 


19 


238 


30 


46 


55 


8 


89 


5 


80 


292 


27 


30 


69 


35 


36 


297 


87 


132 






note: transfers 


BETWEEN 


. UNITS 


ARE 


INCLUDED 


IN INDIVIDUAL 


LOCAL 


TOTALS , 


BUT EXCLUDED 


FROM STATE 


TOTALS. 
















! 


■ 



* C0DE 
10 

20 

31-37 



43 

41-42 
44-45 



EXPLANATION 
Death 

Retirement 
Dropped 



Non- Teaching 
51-53 Government service, business, 

or defense work 
54/74 Armed Service 



Leave of Absence 



Teaching 

In another local unit or Md. 

State Dept. of Education 
In another country or state 

In a Md. institution of higher education or nonpublic school 



61 


Study 


71 


Study 


62 


Moved 


73 


Maternity 


63 


Married 


72/75 


Illness or 


64 


Maternity 






65 


Home responsibility 






66 


Personal illness 






67 


Dissatisfied with teaching 






68-69 


Other or cause unknown 







TABLE 

85 



SEPARATIONS PY CAUSE*: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT COMRJNEP AND MIDDLE SCHOOL LFVEL 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER I» 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30 t 1975 



LOCAL UNIT 



TOTAL 


1 


20 


31—37 


4 3 


4 1-42 


4 4-45 51-53 


54/74 


61 


62 


63 


6 4 


65 


66 


67 


6 8 -69 


7 1 


73 


72/ 75 


t LEG A NY 


5 


























1 








1 


1 











2 





INF ARUNDEL 


1 














1 


2 





1 


4 








1 

















1 


E L TI MOPE 


28 





3 





1 


1 


1 








7 





1 


2 








3 


1 


8 





(LVERT 


4 





2 


1 



































1 










CROLINE 









































n 





n 








n 


( RROLL 


2 





3 






































13 


n 


4 





CC IL 


5 


























1 





1 











2 





1 





CARLES 


21 








2 





1 











7 











1 


2 


7 








l 


CPCHESTER 


3 
































1 











n 





2 





FEOERICK 


























































G RRE T T 


£ 











1 






































1 





HRFORD 


18 








1 


1 


3 











4 





1 


2 











3 


3 





WARD 


39 





5 





1 


2 


1 3 





3 


1 1 


1 

















5 


7 





KNT 


20 





2 





2 


1 


3 








5 











1 


1 


1 


2 


2 





MTGOMERY 


9 














1 


1 





1 


2 








1 








1 


2 








P. GEORGES'S 





















































"0 





CEEN ANNE'S 


6 


o 





o 


2 














1 

















3 








o 


S. MARY'S 


22 








2 





2 








2 


9 





2 





1 





1 


1 





2 


SNFRSET 


9 





2 








1 


1 














n 











4 


1 








1LB0T 


9 





2 


1 





1 











1 








1 








3 











liSHING TON 


2* 





1 3 




















3 


1 














2 


1 


4 


1 


w:omico 


1 


























1 





























URCESTER 


7 





1 








1 











1 











1 


1 


1 





1 





B.TIMORE CTY 


42 





3 


2 





1 


1 





1 


5 





1 


a 


1 





18 


3 


6 





TTAL STATE 


297 





36 


9 


8 


16 


2 11 





8 


63 


2 


7 


8 


6 


4 


60 


19 


41 


5 


me: transfers 


BETWEEN 


UNITS 


ARE 


INCLUDED 


IN INDIVIDUAL 


LOCAL UNIT TOTALS, BUT 


EXCLUDED FROM 


STATE 


TOTALS. 

















■ ) 
) 

1-37 



-42 
■45 



EXPTANATION 
Death 

Retirement 
Dropped 



Non-Teaching 
51-53 Government service, business, 

or defense work 
54/74 Armed Service 



Teaching 

In another local unit or Md. 

State Dept. of Education 
In another country or state 

In a Md. institution of higher education or nonpublic school 





Other Vo!untary Resignation 




Leave of Absence 


61 


Study 


71 


Study 


62 


Moved 


73 


Maternity 


63 


Married 


72/75 


Illness or Other 


64 


Maternity 






65 


Home responsibility 






66 


Personal illness 






67 


Dissatisfied with teaching 






68-69 


Other or cause unknown 







TABLE 



86 

NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL! BY ORGANIZATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30f 1975 

ALL TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS NEU TEACHERS A KD PRINCIPALS 

TOTAL ELEMENTARY HIGH MIDDLE/COMBINED 



i nr i| i ( it t t 

LUt AL Unil i 


TO T &l 


Ft FM 


. n 1 w n 




Mil MR r 9 


PF RPFNT 


v% \j n d c n 


p F o rr I t 

r C ~ I* C rt 1 


n Un Dun 


prnrrtiT 


Pi UrDL K 


pr pre 


ALLEGANY 


846 


355 


398 


93 


53 


6.3 


22 


6.2 


27 


6.8 


4 


4.3 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


4t042 


lt892 


It 893 


257 


316 


7.8 


137 


7.2 


151 


8.0 


28 


10.9 


B AL T I WORE 


6» 956 


3 9 1 U 3 


7 C *1 II 

3 t 52 1 


7 «"\ O 


1 O 1 

323 


4 .6 


123 




1 75 


5 •if 


25 


7.6 


CAL Vt " 1 


T Q II 


1 A O 


lib 

11H 


a a 








1 5 m f 


1 O 


1k ft 


£ © 






9 A A 




1 £l A 


n 

u 


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A 


IP 1 


1 A 


It ft 


u 


n n 
U . II 


CARROLL 


987 


427 


337 


223 


73 


7.4 


36 


8.4 


22 


6.5 


15 


6.7 


CECIL 


648 


313 


246 


89 


56 


8.6 


28 


8.9 


24 


9.8 


4 


4.5 


<« ui m re 


ate 

875 


395 


243 


237 


127 


14.5 


53 


13.4 


35 


14.4 


39 


16.5 


n n o r u r C T r o 

DO KCntb I E K 


J6U 


I f 1 


15 f 


J c 


Q 

1 V 


Q 1 


1 O 




f n 

I u 


JV Ik 


3 


T . 4 


r n t U t " 1 u n. 


i . 1 it 

It IH3 


50 J 


nil 

H O J 


HO 


7C 

f J 


O.J 


J f 


A. Ik 


? Q 


O • J 


O 


r • o 


GARRETT 


311 


155 


133 


23 


31 


10.0 


18 


11 .6 


8 


6.0 


5 


21.7 


HARFORD 


lt834 


897 


719 


218 


147 


8.0 


83 


9.3 


45 


6.3 


19 


8.7 


HOWARD 


1.315 


593 


397 


325 


194 


14.7 


83 


14.0 


57 


14 .4 


54 


16.6 


KENT 


207 


72 


62 


73 


31 


15.0 


11 


15.3 


5 


6.1 


15 


20.5 


MONTGOMERY 


6t984 


3tl90 


3t627 


167 


505 


7.2 


247 


7.7 


246 


6.8 


12 


7.2 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


7»951 


4.037 


3»914 





606 


7.6 


228 


5.7 


378 


9.7 





0.0 


OUEEN ANNE'S 


249 


105 


103 


41 


37 


14.9 


20 


19.1 


7 


6.8 


10 


2*.» 


ST. MARY'S 


645 


297 


169 


179 


96 


14.9 


38 


12.8 


25 


14.8 


33 


18.4 


SOMFRSET 


235 


82 


99 


54 


37 


15.7 


14 


17.1 


12 


12.1 


11 


20.4 


TALBOT 


306 


128 


112 


66 


30 


9.8 


9 


7.0 


11 


9.8 


10 


15.1 


WASHINGTON 


1»213 


4 90 


375 


348 


91 


7.5 


39 


8.0 


22 


5.9 


30 


8.6 


WICOMICO 


759 


361 


369 


29 


76 


10.0 


20 


5.5 


50 


13.5 


6 


20.7 


WORCESTER 


387 


118 


135 


134 


31 


8.0 


7 


5.9 


17 


12.6 


7 


5.2 


BALTIMORE CITY 


9t 315 


4 f 569 


4t091 


655 


It 042 


11.2 


470 


10.3 


4 85 


11.9 


87 


13.3 


LEA TRANSFERS 














345 


0.0 


144 


0.0 


160 


0.0 


41 


0.0 


TOTAL STATE 


48.242 


22.637 


21 .826 


3 t779 


3t770 


7.8 


1 t646 


7.3 


1 .713 


7.9 


411 


10.9 



NOTE! TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt 
BUT EXCLUDED FRO" STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

87 

NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL J BY SOURCF 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1« 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30. 1975 



EXPERIENCED 









INEXPERIENCED 








TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEU TO 


TOTAL 


RES 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1974 


-75 


BEFORE 


1974-75 


1 Aril IIMTT 


1 n Ml llftITT 
LOIAL UNI 1 


NUMBER PCT. 


OF MD • 


THE R 


NUMBF R 


PC T. 


IN MD. 


OTHER 


IN MD. 


OTHE R 


ALL EGAN Y 


53 


28 


52.8 


1 5 


1 3 


25 


47.2 


1 1 


7 




3 


wnn l PnUW ULL 


3 1 A 


174 


55.1 


104 


7n 

fu 


142 


44.*) 




1 D 


3 


-T ft? 


BALTIMORE 


323 


196 


60.7 


132 


64 


127 


^9.3 


70 


2? 


28 




CALVERT 


67 


38 


56.7 


1 8 


20 


29 


43.3 


9 


10 


5 


5 


p a o m t Mr 


ft 


36 


85.7 


O 1 

c. 1 


1 7 


6 


T 4 . 3 


i 

3 


m 

ft 


2 




CARROLL 


73 


52 


71.2 


52 





21 


28.8 


6 


2 


e 




CECIL 


56 


33 


58.9 


8 


25 


23 


41 .1 


1 2 


5 


5 


- 


CHARLES 


127 


74 


58.3 


36 


38 


5 3 


41.7 


14 


2n 


8 


11 


OORCHESTER 


29 


21 


72.4 


1 r> 


6 


8 


27 .6 


4 


1 









I J 


51 


68.0 


tL t 
H 1 






3 £ • U 





JL 
O 


■» 

j 




GARRETT 


31 


20 


64.5 


1 3 


7 


11 


35.5 


6 


1 


3 


■ 


HARFORD 


147 


81 


55.1 


62 


1 


66 


44.9 


23 


11 


1 8 


t 4 


HOWARD 


194 


79 


40.7 


67 


12 


115 


59.3 


43 


25 


24 


23 


KENT 


31 


19 


61.3 




10 


12 


"»8.7 


10 


2 





n 


iniii en M r D V 

HUN IbUnLn I 


cnc 


214 


42.4 


144 


fU 


291 


57.6 




P 7 

O f 


* ~K 

J J 


1 I O 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


606 


328 


54.1 


233 


95 


278 


45.9 


56 


59 


63 


100 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


37 


27 


73.0 


17 


10 


10 


27.0 


7 


n 


3 





ST. MARY'S 


96 


46 


47.9 


38 


8 


50 


52.1 


27 


10 


3 


10 


SOMERSET 


37 


30 


81.1 


30 





7 


18.9 


4 


3 








TALBOT 


30 


22 


73.3 


15 


7 


8 


26.7 


1 


5 


1 


1 


WASHINGTON 


91 


49 


53.8 


30 


19 


4? 


46.1 


24 


11 


5 


2 


WICOMICO 


76 


49 


64.5 


32 


17 


27 


35.5 


11 


4 


9 


3 


WORCESTER 


31 


18 


58.1 


12 


6 


13 


41.9 


7 


1 


3 


2 


BALTIMORE CITY 


1*04? 


793 


76.1 


746 


47 


249 


23.9 


70 


38 


74 


67 


LEA TRANSFERS 


345 





0.0 








345 


100.0 


205 


n 


140 





TOTAL STATE 


3.770 


2,478 


65.7 


1 .890 


588 


1 .292 


i>4.3 


305 


348 


220 


419 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. 
BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 



NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL t BY SOURCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 197* TO SEPTEMBER 30t 1975 



EXPERIENCED 









INEXPERIENCED 










TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEW TO 


TOTAL 


RES 


RES 


TOTAL 




IN 1974 


-75 


BEFORE 


1974-75 


LOCAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUMBER PCT. 


OF MD. 


OTHER 


NUMBE R 


«»CT. 


IN MO. 


OTHER 


IN MO. 


OTHER 


Al 1 FRAN Y 


22 


13 


59.1 


p 


R 

j 


9 


40 


.9 




•» 

j 






Arinit. «KUN'JtL 


1 J • 


60 


43.8 


37 


<L 5 


77 


56 


.2 


£ 7 


n 


23 


19 


BALTIMORE 


123 


72 


58.5 


56 


16 


51 


41 


.5 


32 


6 


11 


2 


CALVERT 


25 


14 


56.0 


7 


7 


11 


44 


• C 


3 


4 


3 


1 


CAROLINE 


26 


24 


92.3 


15 


9 


2 


7 


.7 


2 













7 A 

J o 


26 


72.2 


e o 


o 


10 


27 


.8 


£ 


i 


E 


c 


CECIL 




17 


60.7 


5 


1 2 


11 


39 


.3 


6 




2 


1 


CHARLES 


53 


32 


60.4 


16 


16 


21 


39 


.6 


5 


8 


2 


6 


DORCHESTER 


16 


11 


68.7 


10 


1 


5 


31 


.3 


3 








2 


FRECERI CK 


37 


27 


73.0 


24 


3 


10 


27 


.0 


1 


3 


2 


4 


GARRETT 


1 ft 


11 


61.1 


7 




7 


38 


.9 


\ 


1 






u ft d tn d n 

HIKrOKU 


8 5 


43 


51.8 


36 


f 


40 


48 


.2 


1 d 




I 4 


10 


HOWARD 


83 


39 


47.0 


36 


3 


44 


53 


.0 


16 


8 


9 


11 


K EN T 


11 


5 


45.5 


1 


4 


6 


54 


.5 


5 


1 








M0NT60MERY 


247 


107 


43.3 


73 


34 


140 


56 


.7 


14 


39 


29 


58 


PRINCE GEORGE *S 


22ft 


118 


51.7 


R3 


35 


110 


48 


.2 


28 


12 


30 


40 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


20 


15 


75.0 


10 


5 


5 


25 


.0 


4 





1 





ST. MARY'S 


38 


17 


44.7 


12 


5 


21 


55 


.3 


14 


3 





4 


SOMERSET 


14 


13 


92.9 


13 





1 


7 


.1 


1 











TALBOT 


9 


7 


77.8 


6 


1 


2 


22 


.2 





2 








WASHINGTON 


39 


19 


4B.7 


13 


6 


20 


51 


.3 


9 


6 


3 


2 


WICOMICO 


20 


12 


60.0 


11 


1 


8 


40 


.0 


4 


1 


2 


1 


WORCESTER 


7 


4 


57.1 


4 





3 


42 


.9 


1 








2 


BALTIMORE CITY 


470 


367 


78.1 


343 


24 


103 


21 


.9 


36 


8 


34 


25 


LEA TRANSFERS 


144 





0.0 








144 


100 


.0 


80 





64 





TOTAL STATE 


1*646 


lt073 


65.2 


852 


221 


573 


34 


.8 


153 


120 


109 


191 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS » 
BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 




TABLE 

89 

NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL? PY SOURCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SE p TFMBER 30 t 1975 



EXPERIENCED 









INEX PERIENCED 








TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEW TO 


TOTAL 


nrr 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1974 


-75 


BEFORE 


1974-75 




I Aril IIMTT 
LvLAL UNI 1 


NUMBER PCT. 




nTuf d 
Ul HtK 


Ml 1 M fi r D 




IN MO . 


T H F R 


IN M D . 


OTHER 


ALLEGANY 


27 


1? 


44 .a 


•5 


7 


1 5 


55.5 


6 


4 


2 


3 


ANNF ARllNnrt 


151 


95 


62.9 


56 


3 9 


56 


37. 1 


s> n 

C \J 




j ^ 


* 7 


BALTIMORE 


175 


105 


60.0 


64 


41 


70 


40.0 


35 


15 


15 


5 


CALVERT 


16 


9 


56.3 


c 

5 


4 


•J 

r 


T ~> 
Ut ' 


1 


4 


1 


1 


ripni tut 
UflNvL I nit 




12 


75.0 




X 

O 


n 




l 


ri 

1 ' 




1 


CARROLL 


22 


15 


68.2 


15 


o 


7 


31 .8 


2 


n 


3 


2 


CECIL 


24 


1 3 


54.2 


2 




1 1 


45.8 


5 


3 


3 


n 


CHARLES 


35 


16 


45.7 


5 


11 


1 v 


*> 4 • 


6 


6 


4 


3 


DORCHESTER 


10 


7 


70.0 




3 


■» 


TO P 
3 u • U 


1 


1 





1 






18 


62.1 


1 2 


O 


1 I 


' f m 7 




"» 




■ 


GARRETT 


8 


5 


62.5 


2 


3 


3 


37.5 


2 


n 


1 





HARFORD 


45 


26 


57.8 


18 


8 


19 


42.2 


9 


4 


3 


3 


HOWARD 


57 


14 


24.6 


10 


4 


4 3 


7 5.4 


1 4 


11 


9 


9 


KENT 


5 


5 


100.0 


2 


3 





0.0 





O 








MAM TCOMTD V 




103 


41.9 


69 


7 A 

J H 


143 


58.1 




H O 


Oft 


* t 

D J 


PRINCE GEORGE * S 


378 


210 


55.5 


150 


60 


1 68 


44 


28 


47 


33 


60 


QUEEN ANN E * S 


7 


4 


57.1 


2 


2 


3 


42.9 


2 


n 


1 





ST. GARY'S 


25 


12 


48.0 


12 





13 


52.0 


6 


? 


3 


2 


SOMERSET 


12 


8 


66.7 


8 





4 


33.3 


1 


3 








TALBOT 


11 


6 


54.5 


3 


3 


5 


45.5 


1 


? 


1 


1 


WASHINGTON 


22 


12 


54.5 


5 


7 


10 


45.5 


A 


4 





P 


WICOMICO 


50 


33 


66.0 


17 


16 


17 


T4.0 


6 


3 


6 


2 


WORCESTER 


17 


9 


52.9 


5 


4 


8 


47.1 


6 


1 


1 





BALTIMORE CITY 


485 


365 


75.3 


346 


19 


120 


24 .7 


28 


24 


31 


37 


LEA TRANSFERS 


160 





0.0 








160 


100.0 


96 


f> 


64 





TOTAL STATE 


1*713 


1*114 


65.0 


823 


291 


C99 


55 .0 


115 


193 


92 


199 



NOTE? TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS* 
BUT EXCLUDEO FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 



NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDDLE/COMBINED SCHOOL LEVEL: BY SOURCE 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1» 197* TO SEPTEMBER 30. 1975 



EXPERIENCED 









INEXPERIENCED 








TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEW TO 


TOTAL 


RES 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1974 


-75 


BEFORE 


1974-75 


LOCAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUMBER PCT. 


OF MD . 


OTHER 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


IN MD. 


OTHER 


IN MD. 


OTHER 


ALLFG ANY 


4 


3 


75.0 


j> 


\ 


1 


?5.0 


t 

i 


f\ 


n 


fi 


AIMNt flnUnl ULL 


ft 

£ O 


19 


67.9 


11 


a 

o 


9 


32.1 






2 


3 


BALTIMORE 


25 


19 


76.0 


12 


7 


6 


24 .0 


3 


1 


2 





CALVERT 


26 


15 


57.7 


6 


9 


1 1 


42.3 


5 


2 


1 


3 


CAROL INE 








0.0 











.0 














CARROLL 


I 5 


11 


73.3 


j J 





4 


26.7 


2 


I 


o 


I 


rrrn 

LtliL 


* 


3 


75.0 


1 


£ 


1 


25.0 


i 
i 


u 


u 


n 

u 


CHARLES 


39 


26 


66.7 


15 


11 


1 7 


3^.3 


3 


6 


2 


2 


DORCHESTER 


3 


3 


100.0 


1 


2 





0.0 





n 








FREDERICK 


9 


6 


66.7 


5 


1 




33.3 








1 


2 


n i RRF T T 


5 


4 


80.0 


n 


o 


1 


20.0 


g 


n 


X 


n 


u iDr/lD n 
H AK f- UK U 


1 V 


12 


63.1 


8 


4 


7 


36.8 


£ 


3 


1 


til 


HOUARO 


54 


26 


48.1 


21 


5 


28 


51 .9 


13 


6 


6 


3 


KENT 


15 


9 


60.0 


6 


3 


6 


40.0 


5 


1 








MONTGOMERY 


12 


4 


33.3 


2 


2 


8 


66.7 


1 


2 





5 


PRINCE GEORGE * S 








0.0 











0.0 





n 








QUEEN ANNE'S 


10 


8 


80.0 


5 


3 


2 


20.0 


1 


r* 


1 





ST. MARY'S 


33 


17 


51.5 


14 


3 


16 


48.5 


7 


5 





4 


SOMERSET 


11 


9 


81.8 


9 





2 


18.2 


2 


n 








TALBOT 


10 


9 


90.0 


6 


3 


1 


10.0 





l 





O 


WASHINGTON 


30 


18 


60.0 


12 


6 


12 


40.0 


9 


l 


2 





WICOMICO 


6 


4 


66.7 


4 





2 


33.3 


1 





1 


n 


WORCESTER 


7 


5 


71.4 


3 


2 


2 


28.6 








2 





BALTIMORE CITY 


87 


61 


70.1 


57 


4 


26 


29.9 


6 


6 


9 


5 


LEA TRANSFERS 


41 





0.0 








41 


100.0 


29 





12 





TOTAL STATE 


111 


291 


70.8 


215 


76 


120 


29.2 


37 


35 


19 


29 



note: transfers between units are included in individual local UNIT TOTALS. 

BUT EXCLUOED FROM STATE TOTALS. 




NEW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL BY AREA FPOM WHICH THEY C A HE 

MAPYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30. 1 975 

EXPERIENCED TEACHERS 



TABLE 

91 



TAUGHT IN 1974-7' 



LAST TAUGHT PPIOP TO 74-75 



AREA OF ORIGIN 



ALL NEU 

TEACHERS 



INEXPFR IENCEO 
TEACHERS 



T OT AL 



PUBLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



FORMER 
MO. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 



NEU TO 
MD. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 



TOTAL 

MARYLAND 
OUT OF STATE 
LEA TRANSFERS 



3t770 
2*760 
1 »?55 
345 



2 t478 
If 890 
588 




lt292 
870 
767 
305 



521 

285 
205 



13? 
69 
63 





161 
301 

o 

140 



4 78 
59 
4 19 





BOROER STATES 



DELAWARE 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

PENNSYLVANIA 

VIRGINIA 

WEST VIRGINIA 



49 
114 
299 
124 

40 



32 
52 
201 
51 
22 



17 
6? 
9* 
73 



11 

13 
36 
30 
13 




20 

4 

5 
1 



o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



6 
29 
58 
38 

4 



OTHER CHIEF SOURCES 



NEW YORK 
NEU JERSEY 
NORTH CAROLINA 
OHIO 

MASSACHUSETTS 

MICHIGAN 

ILLINOIS 

FLORIDA 

CALIFORNIA 

CONNECTICUT 

OTHER STATES 



128 
66 
63 
51 
39 

35 
33 
30 
28 
2? 

1 89 



59 
31 
30 
21 
15 

13 
6 
2 
4 
5 

43 



69 
35 
33 
30 
24 

22 
27 
2fl 
24 
17 

146 



27 
1 3 
20 
9 
10 

10 
7 

10 
9 
9 

47 



1 
9 
1 
•> 
4 

4 
4 



a 

2 



41 

20 
1? 
19 
10 

8 
16 
18 
15 

6 

93 



OTHrR A»EAS 



45 



44 



11 



26 



NOTF: TRANSFERS BETWEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

92 



NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL BY AREA FROM UUCH THEY CAME 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 197* TO SEPTEMBER 30 » 1975 



EXPERIENCE!) TEACHERS 
TAUGHT IN 1974-75 LAST TAUGHT PRIOR TO 74-75 



AREA OF ORIGIN 

TOTAL 

MARYLAND 
OUT OF STATE 
LEA TRANSFERS 

BORDER STATES 

DELAWARE 

DISTRICT OF COLUMEIA 
PENNSYLVANIA 
VIRGINIA 
WEST VIRGINIA 

OTHFR CHIEF SOURCES 



ALL NEU 

TEACHERS 

1 »646 
1*258 
532 
1*4 



19 
50 
113 
44 
15 



INEXPER IENCED 
TEACHERS 

1 *073 

852 
221 




14 
32 
67 
17 
8 



T OT AL 

573 
406 
311 
144 



5 
18 
46 
27 

7 



PUBLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



221 
201 
100 
80 



3 
3 
t6 
7 
6 



52 
3' 
20 




FORMER 
MD. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 

82 
146 
f) 
64 



NEU TO 
MD. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 

218 
27 
191 




2 
10 
29 
18 

1 



NEU YORK 
NEU JERSEY 
OHIO 

MASSACHUSETTS 
NOPTH CAROLINA 

GE0R6IA 

MICHIGAN 

CALIFORNIA 

FLORIDA 

ILLINOIS 

OTHFR STATES 
OTHER AREAS 



4B 

30 
26 
22 
20 

13 
13 
II 
11 
11 

73 

13 



18 
11 

9 
11 

7 


6 
3 
1 

2 

14 



30 
19 
17 
II 
13 

1 3 
7 
8 

10 
9 

59 

12 



9 
6 
6 
4 
7 

2 
5 
3 
4 
1 

15 








o 






n 
n 
n 



21 
12 
10 
6 
6 

11 

2 
5 
6 
6 

39 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

93 



*'EW PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONOARY SCHOOL LEVEL BY AREA FRO* UHICH THEY CAME 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1974 TO SEPTF*BER 30t 1975 

EXPE"IENCEC TEACHERS 



TAUGHT IN 1974-75 



LAST TAUGHT PRIOR TO 74-75 



AREA OF ORIGIN 



ALL NEW 

TEACHERS 



INEXPERIENCED 
T F A CHERS 



TOTAL 



°UBLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



FORMER 
MD. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 



NEW TO 
MO. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 



TOTAL 

MARYLAND 
OUT OF STATE 
LEA TRANSFERS 



lt713 
1 »1 90 

«83 
1 60 



1 1 111 

823 
291 




590 
3*7 
39? 
160 



24? 
1 81 
157 
96 



6S 
30 
36 

n 



65 
129 

64 



226 
27 
199 




BORDER STATES 



DELAWARE 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
PENNSYL V ANI A 
VIRGINIA 
WEST VIRGINIA 



25 
55 
144 
67 
24 



14 

16 
105 
25 
13 



1 1 
39 
39 
4" 
11 



7 
9 
13 
20 
7 




14 
2 
3 
1 



4 

16 
24 
19 

3 



OTHER CHIEF SOURCES 



NEW YORK 
NORTH CAROLINA 
NEW JERSEY 
OHIO 

ILLINOIS 

FLORIDA 
MICHIGAN 
MASSACHUSETTS 
TEXAS 

CALIFORNIA 
OTHER STATES 
OTH r R AREAS 



66 
38 
27 
24 
19 

16 
16 
14 
13 
12 

95 

28 



31 
21 
15 
11 

3 

1 
6 
3 
1 


26 



35 
17 
12 
13 
16 

15 
10 
1 1 
12 
1 2 

69 
28 



17 
10 

5 
3 
5 

6 
4 

6 
3 
4 

3? 



17 

6 
7 
9 
9 

9 

4 
4 

9 
8 

34 

17 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

94 



N EU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT MIDD LE/ C OMF I NED SCHOOL LEVEL BY AREA FRO* WHICH THEY CAME 

MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1» 1974 TO SEPTEMBER 30 t 1975 

EXPERIENCED TEACHERS 

TAUGHT IN 1974-7*5 LAST TAU6HT PRIOR TO 74-75 



AREA OF ORIGIN 

TOTAL 

MARYLAND 
OUT OF STATE 
LEA TRANSFERS 

BOROER STATES 

DELAWARE 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
PENNSYLVANIA 
VIRGINIA 
WEST VIRGINIA 

OTHER CHIEF SOURCES 



ALL NEW 

TEACHERS 

411 

312 
140 
41 



5 
9 
42 
13 
1 



INEXPERIENCED 
TEACHERS 

291 
215 
76 




4 
4 

29 
9 
1 



TOTAL 

120 
97 
64 
41 



1 
5 
13 
4 





PUBLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



58 
59 
28 
29 



14 

7 
7 




FORMER 
MD. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 

14 

26 

12 



NEW TO 
MD. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 

34 

5 
29 




NEW YORK 
NEW JERSEY 
MICHIGAN 
CALIFORNIA 
NORTH CAROLINA 

FLORIDA 

GEORGIA 

ILLINOIS 

MASSACHUSETTS 

CONNECTICUT 

OTHER STATES 



14 

9 
6 

5 
5 

3 
3 
3 
3 
2 

13 



10 
5 
1 
1 

2 


1 
1 
1 
1 











n 








3 
1 
2 
2 


3 
2 
1 





OTHER AREAS 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

95 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools* by Size of Staff: September 30, 1975 



Number of 
Teachers 
and 
Principals 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bal timore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Icharles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


c 

tS 


Montgomery 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worces ter 


All Schools 


Ci c a 


7 ft 


ftn 
OU 


i /i ft 


1 1 c 

1 1 J 


7 

/ 


B 
J 


1 7 


i £ 

ID 


1 7 
L 1 


1 7 


7 A 
ZD 


ID 




7 S 

2 J 


5 


i jU 


17 7 
III 


D 


1 fi 

I o 


1 7 

I z 


Q 

o 


31 


i n 

10 


7 


1.0 


— 


1.9 


1 

1 






























_ 










1 










2.0 


_ 


2.9 


O 






























_ 










2 






L 


2 


3.0 


_ 


3.9 


Q 

a 


i 








i 










2 




2 
















2 










4.0 


_ 


4.9 


I. 

t* 
























2 






















1 


1 


5.0 


_ 


5.9 





i 
1 


i 
1 




1 






















_ 














2 


L 




6.0 


_ 


6.9 


7 
3 


1 


















1 




1 






_ 




















7.0 


_ 


7.9 


7 

/ 














2 






i 




2 






_ 








1 




1 








8.0 




8.9 


iU 


2 


Z 


1 
i 










1 




i 












L 






1 

1 












9.0 




9.9 


l 7 


e 

J 


7 
Z 


1 
1 
























_ 


7 
J 


1 
1 


1 




i 
i 


Z 


i 






10.0 


_ 


10.9 


w. 

±H 


7 
Z 


1 

1 


7 
J 


1 

1 












i 




i 
l 






_ 




1 
i 




1 

1 






*> 
z 






11.0 


_ 


11.9 


LH 




1 
1 


1 


1 
1 










7 
Z 


i 




i 
1 






_ 


e: 
J 


1 
1 












1 




12.0 




12.9 


1 Q 

J. V 


i 
1 




7 
Z 










1 


1 
1 


i 


: 








- 


7 
1 


7 

z 


1 
1 










1 




13.0 




13.9 


ZO 


1 


7 
Z 


7 
Z 


7 
Z 








7 
J 






r 


i 




I 


2 


A 
H 


A 
H 




z 








L 




14.0 


_ 


14.9 


1 7 
JZ 


7 
Z 


c 
J 


1 

1 


I 










1 
1 


i 
i 


*■ 




1 




- 


ft 


7 

/ 






7 

z 










15.0 


_ 


15.9 


ZO 


1 

1 




7 


7 

z 






1 








r 




1 
1 




- 


Q 

7 


7 
Z 




L 


7 
Z 










16.0 


- 


16.9 


ZH 








7 

z 




1 
1 




1 
1 


1 
1 






i 


1 
1 




- 


a 
O 


Q 
J 




1 
1 


1 
L 










17.0 




17.9 


7 A 


1 


1 
1 


e 

J 


7 

z 








1 
1 




i 

L 








i 
i 


- 


a 


a 


1 
1 


l 
1 


1 
1 


1 

L 








18.0 




18.9 


30 




2 


1 


1 








3 


1 






3 




1 


- 


4 


8 


1 


2 




1 




1 




19.0 




19.9 


42 


3 


3 


5 


5 






2 














1 


1 


10 


11 
















20.0 




20.9 


40 


1 


5 


1 


3 








1 












2 


- 


12 


9 




3 












21.0 




21.9 


32 




2 


1 


2 


1 




1 


1 










1 


1 


- 


7 


9 




1 




2 








22.0 




22.9 


45 


1 


5 


3 


4 






1 






1 








1 


1 


8 


14 


1 


1 










1 


23.0 




23.9 


48 


1 


5 


6 


4 










1 










3 


- 


10 


16 








1 




1 




24.0 




24.9 


36 


1 


4 


3 


5 




1 




1 












3 


1 


4 « 


9 




2 












25.0 




25.9 


50 




10 


3 


10 


1 




2 


1 


1 








2 


4 


- 


4 


5 












1 


1 


26.0 




26.9 


36 


1 


3 


5 


3 


1 




1 


1 










1 


2 


- 


6 


12 
















27-0 




27.9 


34 




3 


5 


3 










2 








2 






8 


6 


1 










L 


1 


28.0 




28.9 


49 




4 


3 


9 


1 








2 


1 








3 




6 


15 












3 




29.0 




29.9 


34 




3 


2 


4 










2 










2 




4 


13 
















30.0 




30.9 


28 




4 


5 


9 
















1 


2 






6 


1 
















31.0 




31.9 


27 




2 


5 


7 




1 


1 




2 








2 






1 


2 












2 




32.0 




32.9 


23 




2 


6 


6 






1 


















1 


5 












L 




33.0 




33.9 


26 




3 


8 


3 




1 




1 




1 






2 






3 


2 














1 


34.0 




34.9 


21 






10 


7 


1 






















1 


2 
















35.0 




over 


110 


2 


5 


56 


18 


1 


1 


5 




1 




2 




12 






2 


2 












2 





*Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools. 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Size of Staff: September 30, 1975 



Number or 
Teacher s 
and 
Pr inc ipa 1 s 


All Schools 


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 


Washing ton 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


380 


8 


26 


49 


47 


5 


4 


10 


9 


9 


7 


9 


2 


11 


17 


3 


55 


61 


4 


7 


4 " 


5 


14 


7 


7 


1.0 - 2.9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 










3.0 - 4.9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 






5.0 - 6.9 




_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 








7.0 - 8.9 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 










9.0 - 10.9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






11.0 - 12.9 


3 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




_ 




_ 


_ 


13.0 - 14.9 


3 




1 


1 














1 






























15.0 16.9 


5 






1 












1 












1 




1 








1 








17.0 - 18.9 


3 










1 










1 


















1 












19.0 - 20.9 


4 






















1 














1 




1 








1 


21.0 - 22.9 


4 








1 




1 
























1 






1 








23.0 - 24.9 


6 






1 








1 


1 




























2 


1 




25.0 - 29.9 


15 






2 






1 


2 


2 


1 




1 






2 




1 




1 






1 


1 






30.0 - 34.9 


24 




1 


4 








1 


1 




2 


1 






4 




1 








3 




3 


1 


2 




19 


4 










1 




3 


1 


1 








3 


1 




1 




1 






1 




1 


40.0 - 44.9 


24 


1 






1 


2 




1 




1 


1 








2 




4 


6 




2 






1 




1 


45.0 - 49.9 


31 




2 






1 




1 




1 




2 


1 


1 






3 


10 




1 




1 


3 


2 


1 


50.0 - 54.9 


30 




1 






1 






1 












2 




9 


13 










1 




1 


55.0 - 59.9 


25 


1 


2 




3 




1 




1 










2 


1 




5 


8 
















60.0 - 64.9 


26 




5 




3 










1 




2 






2 


1 


5 


5 












1 




65.0 - 69.9 


22 


1 


1 




9 




















1 




5 


2 








1 




1 




70.0 - 74.9 


16 








5 






1 




1 




1 










6 


1 












1 




75.0 - 79.9 


18 


1 


1 


3 


5 






1 




1 








1 






2 




1 


1 






1 






80.0 - 84.9 


14 






3 


5 










1 






1 


1 






2 






1 












85.0 - 89.9 


17 




3 


2 


3 






1 












1 






4 


2 










1 






90.0 - 94.9 


7 






2 


2 
























1 


2 
















95.0 - 99.9 


11 




1 


4 


1 


















2 






2 


1 
















100.0 - over 


52 




8 


18 


9 






1 








1 




2 






5 


8 

















*Includes middle schools. 



TABLE 

97 

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

Fall of 1975 



Local Unit 


English 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


German 


Russian 


Other 
Languages 


Social 
Studies 


Mathe- 
matics 


Science 


Busi- 
ness 
Edu- 
cation 


Arts 
and 
crafts 


Numl 
oJ 


)er 


Num 




aer 
£ 


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 


Total State 


4,231 


380 


75 


73 


537 


313 


525 


261 


97 


101 


14 


15 


94 


55 


3,250 


379 


2,828 


381 


2,792 


380 


1,253 


263 


269 


141 


Allegany 


77 


11 


2 


2 


11 


10 


9 
















OO 


1 1 
1 J. 


J I 


1 1 
1 1 


C C 

DD 


1 1 


30 


10 


4 


4 


Anne Arundel 


356 


26 


5 


5 


37 


23 


i. 7 


16 


Q 
o 


f. 
u 






« 1 


*i 
"i 




I J 




I J 


ICC 

ZJJ 


25 


121 


12 


26 


12 


Baltimore City 


629 


51 


2 


2 


90 


36 


69 


35 


15 


15 


3 


9 
L 


T -> 


t -> 


HH Z 




AGO 
477 


J I 


A 7 A 


Ji 


225 


46 






Baltimore 


614 


45 


13 


12 


90 


42 


112 


44 


11 


15 


7 


8 


7*47 




482 


46 


418 


46 


450 


46 


169 


30 


— 


[ 


Calvert 


35 


4 


-' 


_ 


4 


4 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


4 


19 


4 


22 


4 


8 


2 


- 


- 


Caroline 


24 


4 






4 




3 


2 














1 Q 

17 


A 


1 Q 


A 


ID 




1 1 


L 


c 
J 


i 


Carroll 


87 


9 


2 


2 


5 


4 


s 
-i 


•5 


A 
H 


•j 
j 










Jo 


Q 
7 


<\A 


Q 


C 1 

J 1 


n 

V 


o t 
IL 


c 

J 


3 


J 


Cecil 


76 


8 


- 


- 


4 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1 


_ 




_ 


_ 


55 


8 


50 


8 


49 


8 


13 


5 


3 


3 


Charles 


74 


8 




_ 


7 


5 


3 


3 














49 


8 


42 


8 


43 


8 


25 


3 


1 


1 


Dorchester 


37 


6 


- 


- 


3 


3 


1 


1 














26 


6 


27 


6 


23 


6 


12 


3 


2 


1 


Frederick 


98 


11 


3 


3 


8 


7 


7 


6 


2 


1 










70 


11 


66 


11 


62 


11 


30 


8 


10 


5 


Garrett 


26 


2 






3 


2 






1 


1 










22 


2 


15 


2 


15 


2 


10 


2 


3 


2 


Harford 


185 


10 


2 


2 


11 


6 


10 


5 


6 


4 


1 


1 


ai 


ai 


152 


9 


100 


10 


98 


10 


44 


6 


10 


3 


Howard 


153 


16 


3 


3 


22 


16 


11 


6 


1 


3 


1 


. 1 


bl 


bl 


88 


16 


87 


16 


71 


16 


27 


7 


9 


6 


Kent 


29 


4 






5 


4 


2 


1 














22 


4 


16 


4 


17 


4 


4 


1 






Mon tgomery 


615 


55 


16 


15 


117 


54 


136 


53 


25 


26 


1 


2 


c 10 


C8 


539 


54 


432 


54 


427 


54 


139 


37 


76 


40 


Prince George's 


735 


60 


15 


15 


81 


59 


98 


59 


19 


22 


1 


1 


d30 


d20 


590 


60 


462 


60 


428 


59 


248 


59 


90 


42 


Queen Anne' s 


30 


4 






2 


1 


1 


1 














20 


4 


»V 14 


4 


13 


4 


8 


1 






St. Mary's 


77 


7 


1 


1 


2 


2 


6 


3 


1 


1 










43 


7 


37 


7 


35 


7 


16 


2 






Somerset 


27 


7 






3 


3 


















20 


7 


21 


7 


17 


7 


13 


4 


1 


1 


Talbot 


25 


4 


1 


1 


3 


2 


3 


2 














20 


4 


15 


4 


17 


4 


9 


2 






Washing ton 


116 


15 


5 


5 


16 


14 


7 


5 


3 


3 










85 


15 


74 


15 


82 


15 


33 


8 


19 


11 


Wicomico 


57 


7 


5 


5 


6 


6 


8 


5 














54 


7 


45 


7 


45 


7 


23 


5 


1 


1 


Worcester 


49 


6 






3 


3 


1 


1 














29 


6 


25 


7 


27 


7 


12 


3 


6 


4 



NOTE: T - Teacher; S - Schools, 
introduction to Foreign language. 

/Includes the following: 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Exploring Foreign Language; 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Italian; 1 teacher and 1 school 
teaching Swahili. See next page for remaining footaotes. 



TABLE 

97 

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

Fall of 1975 



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- 
tional 


Tech- 
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 


Total State 


775 


330 


947 


367 


101 


61 


997 


375 


1,982 


379 


1,235 


370 


1,024 


187 


56 


34 


296 


147 


899 


291 


1,139 


396 


1,148 


382 


483 


364 


Allegany 


1 A 


1U 


9 T. 


i n 


1 


i 


95 


i n 


"*5 


in 


25 


10 


18 


3 


2 


1 


11 


7 


4 


4 


29 


11 


22 


11 


15 


10 


Anne Arundel 


*7Q 


OA 


OJ 


9A 


c 
j 


•j 
j 


■ 75 


95 


1 WK 


95 


Q 7 


9 ft 


74 








17 


9 


92 


26 


93 


27 


87 


25 


29 


25 


Baltimore Lity 


1 J J 


to 


1 70 
1 Z u 


HO 






1 Q 1 


47 


969 


50 


320 


50 


192 


21 


39 


19 


19 


16 


241 


38 


166 


53 


189 


50 


73 


46 


Baltimore 


150 


43 


164 


45 


13 


7 


161 


45 


332 


45 


172 


45 


184 


34 






40 


18 


175 


40 


163 


50 


170 


49 


88 


45 


Calvert 


9 


4 


11 


4 


1 


1 


9 


5 


20 


4 


8 


4 


8 


1 


- 


- 


3 


2 


7 


3 


11 


5 


9 


5 


4 


4 


Caro 1 ine 


*+ 


9 




o 


A 
1 


9 

L 


i 

J. 


7 


4 


14 


4 


7 


4 


5 


I 






2 


2 


2 


2 


9 


4 


10 


4 


3 


3 


Carrol 1 




Q 




9 


Q 

7 


£ 
D 


A 
*f 


9 9 


q 




Q 


9£. 


a 
o 


97 


4 


2 


2 


ft 


4 


16 


8 


23 


9 


21 


9 


10 


8 


Car* A 1 


10 


8 


12 


8 


2 


1 


12 


8 


29 


8 


15 


8 


23 


5 






5 


5 


11 


7 


19 


9 


12 


9 


8 


8 




15 


8 


17 


8 


2 


1 


18 


9 


45 


9 


14 


8 


14 


4 






8 


3 


28 


9 


24 


9 


22 


9 


9 


8 


Dorchester 


3 


3 


12 


6 


1 


1 


7 


6 


16 


6 


6 


5 


10 


3 






2 


2 


4 


3 


12 


6 


8 


6 


6 


6 


Frederick 


23 


10 


30 


11 


10 


6 


22 


11 


56 


11 


22 


11 


32 


7 


1 




8 


6 


13 


4 


33 


11 


26 


11 


13 


11 


UdliC U L 


4 


2 


5 


2 


2 


2 


5 


2 


10 


2 


6 


2 


8 


2 






3 


2 


5 


2 


5 


2 


4 


2 


2 


2 


nar lore 


19 


8 


33 


10 


6 


2 


29 


9 


68 


10 


39 


9 


27 


7 


1 




15 


6 


19 


9 


27 


10 


32 


10 


13 


9 


Howard 


17 


13 


43 


16 


2 


1 


25 


17 


55 


16 


27 


16 


25 


1 






6 


6 


28 


16 


40 


17 


42 


17 


20 


17 


Kent 


2 


1 


5 


3 


2 


1 


5 


4 


12 


4 


4 


4 


8 


1 






1 


1 


6 


4 


10 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Montgomery 


112 


49 


118 


55 


19 


11 


135 


55 


293 


55 


175 


55 


134 


39 


7 




66 


21 


78 


37 


163 


55 


196 


55 


75 


55 


Prince George's 


114 


59 


139 


60 


7 


6 


166 


60 


367 


61 


196 


60 


115 


23 


1 




59 


18 


118 


54 


191 


61 


205 


60 


63 


59 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 


1 


6 


4 


2 


1 


4 


3 


11 


4 


6 


4 


11 


1 






2 


1 


5 


2 


7 


4 


5 


3 


2 


2 


St. Mary's 


14 


6 


13 


6 


3 


2 


14 


6 


32 


6 


12 


6 


16 


3 






3 


3 


15 


6 


22 


7 


18 


7 


10 


7 


Somerset 


1 


1 


6 


4 


1 


1 


5 


5 


14 


7 


3 


3 


2 


2 






2 


2 






12 


6 


5 


3 


3 


3 


Talbot 


6 


4 


9 


4 


2 


1 


6 


5 


11 


4 


7 


4 


12 


2 


1 




2 


1 






10 


5 


7 


5 


4 


4 


Washington 


11 


8 


40 


15 


9 


5 


31 


16 


46 


15 


33 


15 


39 


7 


2 




6 


5 


15 


8 


36 


16 


27 


15 


16 


15 


Wicomico 


12 


7 


17 . 


7 


1 


1 


15 


8 


33 


8 


13 


7 


25 


4 






7 


4 


14 


*7 


21 


8 


15 


7 


7 


7 


Worcester 


6 


5 


11 ' 


6 


2 


1 


8 


6 


22 


6 


8 


6 


15 


1 






3 


3 


3 


2 


13 


7 


11 


6 


6 


6 



NOTE: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 
^Foreign Language Appreciation. 
a Italian I and II. 
b Port of Call. 

c Includes the following: 2 teachers and 1 school teaching Foreign Language Appreciation; 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Hebrew; 5 teachers and 4 schools 

teaching Introduction to Foreign Language; 2 teachers and 2 schools teaching Japanese; 1 teacher and 2 schools teaching Russian. 
d Includes the following: 24 teachers and 15 schools teaching Foreign Language Appreciation; 6 teachers and 5 schools teaching Italian I and Hi 



TABLE 

98 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Type of Certificate 


1965-66 


1966-67 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


Grand Total 


*2 , / 51 


2,44o 


2 , 954 


2,511 


3, 256 


3, 530 


4, 177 


4, 190 


4,579 


3,535 


2,866 


Elementary 


1,016 


1,054 


1 , 305 


1,612 


1,443 


1,574 


1,952 


1,949 


2, 171 


1,680 


1,428 


Secondary 


/1,667 


/1,334 


/1,571 


/I » 793 


/1,632 


1,725 


/1.966 


1,924 


/1.939 


/1.418 


1, 140 


Agriculture 


8 


5 


10 


8 


3 


8 


7 


8 


6 


13 


12 


Art 


1 

87 


68 


78 


147 


90 


134 


135 


129 


175 


123 


106 


Business 


57 


32 


38 


48 


33 


39 


92 


108 


69 


57 


50 


English 


284 


228 


310 


324 


306 


274 


284 


271 


236 


165 


140 


Foreign Languages 


70 


88 


119 


113 


146 


115 


148 


126 


136 


76 


60 


Home Economics 


66 


54 


65 


75 


87 


85 


84 


95 


82 


56 


55 


Industrial Education 


11 


21 


11 


40 


51 


35 


50 


58 


66 


45 


38 


Mathematics 


155 


116 


158 


180 


119 


127 


139 


151 


157 


78 


82, . 


Music 


99 


57 


60 


68 


57 


65 


46 


87 


92 


87 


63 


Physical Education 


149 


122 


118 


142 


181 


215 


285 


289 


324 


250 


224 


Science: 
























General Science 


7*91 


20 




/21 


33 


61 


21 


14 


20 


13 


29 


R 4 n 1 C\0\T 


ou 




AQ 


7ft 


7 1 
/ J. 


ft9 


Aft 

DO 


H7 
O / 


ftft 
DO 


ft i 

O J 


HJ 


Chemistry 


19 


23 


18 


16 


6 


7 


18 


15 


10 


6 


14 


Physics 


9 


1 


4 


8 


4 


4 


4 


4 




6 


2 


Social Science 


432 


347 


363 


435 


356 


430 


428 


450 


376 


263 


192 


Speech 


8 


12 


20 


29 


21 


32 


53 


31 


45 


18 


28 


Junior High (General) 






4 


2 




12 












Other 


3 


2 


29 




1 






1 


2 






Other: 


20 


60 


78 


106 


181 


231 


259 


ft 317 


469 


437 


298 


Guidance 


5 


8 


25 


38 


23 


4 


28 


38 


45 


14 


11 


Library Science 


4 


4 


25 


13 


2 


19 


42 


24 


32 


34 


47 


Special Education 


1 


8 


19 


12 


156 


178 


140 


219 


271 


310 


227 


Other 


10 


40 


9 


43 




30 


49 


36 


121 


79 


13 



♦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; 1973-74, 77; 
1974-75, 99. 

/Includes the following not reported by type of science: 1965-66, 62; 1967-68, 4; 1968-69, 6 



TABLE 

99 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1975-76 





Grand Total 


Master' s Degree 


Bachelor's Degree 


J c VjCL ^ J. J- J. d u c 




















Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Grand Total 


Z » ODD 


jy 


O 7 
Z , / Z / 


EC 
J J 


1 ft 




Q 1 1 
Z , 01 1 


£. O 1 

DZ1 


o i on 


Elementary 


1 /,OD 




1 OAQ 








1 AOft 
I , *+Zo 


LOU 


1 9A» 


Secondary 


I , LhV 


A 1 Q 


7 1 
/ Z 1 


OA 


1 1 


1 0. 


1 1 1 & 


HXJO 


/ Uo 


Agriculture 


1Z 


Q 


A 
H 








1 9 


a 
o 


A 


Art 


1 A C 


O 1 

2 J 


O J 








LUO 


Z J 


AO. 
Oj 


Business Education 






A7 
H 1 








50 


3 


47 


English 


i 


^9 




\ 




I ■ 


139 


32 


107 


Foreign Languages 


60 


5 


55 


1 


1 




59 


4 


55 


Home Economics 


55 




55 


2 


- 


2 


53 




53 


Industrial Education 


"*ft 


^7 
J / 


\ 








38 


37 


1 


Mathematics 


ft 
OZ 


oft 
ZO 


DH 


D 


Q 
J 


0, 


76 


9"5 


51 


Music 


D J 


9 9 


LI 


A 
H 



£ 


2 


59 


20 


39 


Physical Education 


ZZH 


LvJ 


1 9 1 
1 Z 1 





J 


3 


218 


100 


118 


Sciences: 




















General Science 


29 


14 


15 


2 


1 


1 


27 


13 


14 


Biology 


45 


28 


17 


1 


1 




44 


27 


17 


Chemistry 


14 


6 


8 








14 


6 


8 


Physics 


2 


2 










2 


2 




Social Science 


192 


107 


85 


1 




1 


191 


107 


84 


Speech 


28 


1 


27 








28 


1 


27 


Junior High (General) 




















Other 




















Other: 


298 


40 


258 


31 


7 


24 


267 


33 


234 


Guidance 


11 


2 


9 


11 


2 


9 








Library Science 


47 


7 


40 


3 


1 


2 


44 


6 


38 


Special Education 


227 


31 


196 


17 


4 


13 


210 


27 


183 


Other 


*13 




*13 








*13 




*13 



*Speech and hearing therapists. 



ADULT PROGRAM DATA 





1 



Annual Repot 



TABLE 

100 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Year 


Number of Applicants Who: 


Total Number 
of 

Certificates 
Issued 


Completed 
Examinations* 


Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
Through USAFI/ 


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 


1972-73 


8,941 


4,302 


781 


5,083 


1973-74 


8,780 


4,785 


736 


5,521 


1974-75 


10,996 


5,239 


566 


5,805 


1975-76 


12,932 


6,010 


933 


6,943 



♦Includes re-tests. 

/United States Armed Forces Institute. 



ft 



tabl: 

10 



General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 


American- 
zation and 
Citizenship 


Elementary 
Education 


High School 

Academic 
Education 


Language 


Rapid 
Reading 


French 


Spanish 


Russian 


German 








Enroll- 
ment 






C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


c 


E 


C 


E 


Total State 


2, 271 


4, 245 


85,794 


35 


542 




_ 


853 


18,022 


77 


1,421 


86 


1,669 


12 


165 


54 


1,036 


53 


1,004 


41 


1,001 


A 1 1 OO 

Al legally 


19 


30 


925 






































Anne Arundel 


95 


111 


3,994 


1 


30 


- 


- 


22 


748 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






4 


114 


Baltimore City 


269 


636 


13,311 


29 


453 


- 


- 


340 


7,904 


4 


31 


10 


77 










_ 




8 


313 


Bal timore 


402 


698 


17,648 










164 


3,948 


11 


193 


17 


362 


2 


34 


9 


192 


17 


342 


10 


189 


Calvert 


44 


49 


1, 299 




_ 






3 


186 


























P a 7*A 1 -J rye* 

udiuii lie 


7 


7 


120 




_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


Carroll 


57 


116 


2,069 










2 


18 






2 


32 


















Cecil 


12 


26 


447 






































Charles 


19 


35 


530 










6 


83 


























Dorchester 


15 


15 


339 






































Frederick 


114 


194 


2,492 










40 


264 


























Garrett 


7 


9 


100 






































Harford 


219 


470 


7,459 










35 


499 


















14 


183 






Howard 


84 


146 


2,595 










4 


95 


3 


36 


2 


34 






1 


23 










Kent 


74 


94 


1,630 










1 


17 






1 


9 


















Montgomery 


419 


932 


18,908 


4 


39 






203 


3,744 


50 


1,043 


43 


977 


6 


96 


39 


761 


21 


460 


13 


301 


Prince George' s 


174 


326 


5,102 










13 


167 


8 


110 


7 


104 


4 


35 


4 


49 


1 


19 


5 


64 


Queen Anne' s 


42 


53 


859 






































St. Mary's 


77 


123 


2,383 


1 


20 






15 


283 


























Somerset 


27 


32 


621 










4 


56 






















1 


20 


Talbot 


29 


36 


1,019 














1 


8 










1 


11 










Washington 


24 


53 


641 






































Wicomico 


22 


22 


617 


















3 


62 


















Worcester 


20 


32 


686 










1 


10 



























♦Programs administered by local boards of education. 
NOTE: C - Classes; E -. Enrollment. 



TABLE 

101 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



r 

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- 
Stenography 


Typing 


Other 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


ptal State 


^7 
J / 


V / V 


5 1 


813 


125 


2 507 


164 


2. 


673 


275 


4,919 


204 


4,446 


88 


2,122 


120 


2 , 353 


493 


9, 357 


1 , 205 


24, 1 16 


Al legany 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 










1 


108 






12 


294 


5 


156 


Anne Arundel 


3 


96 














- 






14 


563 


3 


126 


7 


308 


29 


1,037 


27 


835 


Baltimore City 


1 1 


J JO 


L I 


412 


75 


1,465 


31 




522 






8 


153 


4 


103 






59 


1, 165 


20 


375 


Ba 1 timore 




















HO 


1 , 067 


49 


1 079 




284 


26 


600 


67 


1 ,429 


229 


6,596 


Calvert 






9 
L 


JH 


3 


1 fi? 


9 




50 






\ 


10 




8 


3 


106 


17 


391 


16 


335 


Caroline 


- 


- 


1 


22 










- 






1 


15 






1 


15 


2 


46 


1 


10 


Carro 1 1 






4 


yy 


D 


1 /. 9 


Q 
O 




139 




101 










l n 


1 h'l 


17 


280 


46 


838 


Cecil 


















- 






I 


12 






4 


49 


9 


144 


5 


86 


Lnar les 






/, 


AO 


A 


t 












7 


87 






5 


65 


4 


63 


5 


88 


Dorchester 










1 


12 


1 




26 


- 


- 


3 


73 


_ 


_ 






4 


97 


5 


111 


Frederick 


2 


10 


5 


68 


11 


145 


8 




90 


c 
J 


H L 


13 


176 


4 


98 


11 


136 


13 


175 


52 


672 


Garrett 
























3 


31 










3 


35 


2 


25 


Harford 














89 


1, 


316 


OVJ 




















196 


3,182 


Howard 




















5 


60 






17 


219 


5 


59 


34 


524 


62 


1,163 


Kent 


2 


27 


2 


28 


2 


54 








6 


65 


7 


108 


2 


34 


4 


69 


25 


421 


39 


666 


Montgomery 


5 


106 










13 




273 


120 


2,478 


53 


1,195 


32 


861 


21 


403 


15 


319 


294 


5,852 


Prince George' s 




















19 


247 


15 


222 


7 


112 


18 


274 


83 


1,230 


105 


1,543 


Queen Anne' s 






2 


24 


2 


29 


1 




14 


1 


24 


1 


18 


4 


43 






18 


342 


15 


170 


St. Mary's 


2 


49 


3 


40 


10 


220 


5 




104 


2 


43 






2 


25 


1 


14 


34 


529 


38 


676 


Somerset 










2 


54 


2 




56 






10 


195 










7 


130 


4 


64 


Talbot 










3 


82 


2 




40 


2 


50 


7 


259 


2 


36 


1 


15 


5 


162 


11 


259 


Washington 




















1 


9 










1 


7 


25 


280 


18 


236 


Wicomico 














2 




43 














2 


64 


5 


132 


7 


147 


Worcester 


2 


44 


1 


17 


6 


127 












11 


250 










6 


132 


3 


31 



'rograms administered by local boards of education, 
•ee following pages for detail. 
TE: C - Classes; E - Enrollment. 



Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



TABL 

10 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Allegany 


Antiques 


1 


16 


Baltimore 


Instructional Training 








Ballroom Dancing 


2 


92 


(continued) 


Apprenticeship 


1 


41 




Bird Watching 


1 


27 




Investments 


15 


383 




Self Defense 


1 


21 




Jewish Culture and History 


2 


28 












Law for Layman 


1 


15 


Anne Arundel 


Auto Mechanics 


6 


191 




Leadership Training 


1 


74 




Boating Safety 


2 


164 




Memory Development 


7 


176 




General Education Development 


2 


44 




Metric System 


2 


33 




Horse Husbandry 


1 


38 




Parent/Child Relationships 


3 


70 




Income Tax 


2 


45 




Parent Observation 


52 


707 




Investments 


4 


100 




Photography 


17 


428 




Pho tography 


2 


50 




Plumbing Code 


1 


143 




Sign Language 


7 


188 




Public Speaking 


2 


24 




Welding 


1 


15 




Pyramids 


1 


14 












School Bus Driver Training 


2 


255 


Baltimore City 


Modern Dance 


1 


11 




Seamanship 


14 


1,361 




Photography 


1 


4 




Show Business 


1 


23 




Pre-Retirement 


6 


155 




Sign Language 


6 


145 




Problems of Democracy 


12 


205 




Smoking and Health 


2 


34 












Special Education Workshops 


3 


117 


Bal timore 


Accents/Home 


2 


39 




Transactional Analysis 


2 


57 




Amateur Radio 


2 


32 




Transactional Meditation 


1 


30 




Antiques/Col lec t ion 


7 


153 




Travel Question and Answers 


1 


15 




Archeao logy 


3 


45 




Velikoisky Theory 


1 


20 




Bicycle Operation 


1 


15 




Weight Control 


2 


50 




Bycycle Repair 


1 


11 




Wills, Trusts, and Estates 


2 


41 




Clown Training 


1 


19 












College Information/Parents 


3 


82 


Calvert 


Auto Mechanics 


1 


38 




Communication Skills 


1 


52 




Bridge 


3 


106 




Creative Writing 


1 


12 




Electricity 


1 


7 




Divorce Adjustment 


1 


15 




Income Tax 


2 


25 




Driver Education 


40 


1,032 




Law and the Layman 


1 


14 




First Aid 


3 


97 




Masonry 


2 


32 




Household Pets 


1 


25 




Metric System 


1 


24 




How to Prepare Tests 


1 


25 




Photography 


1 


9 




Hunter Safety 


12 


553 




Power Mechanics 


1 


16 




Income Tax Personnal 


7 


105 




Psychia Phenomena 


1 


18 












Welding 


2 


46 



TABLE 

101 

Deiiled Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



— 








Enroll- 








Enroll- 


Lo 


1 Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Ca 


line 


Metric System 


1 


10 


Frederick 


Arc and Acetylene Welding 


2 


36 












(continued) 


Auto Mechanics 


n 

1 


84 


Ca 


oil 


Auto Body Repair 


4 


R A 




College Information for Parents 


Z 


OA 






Auto Mechanics 


o 


i r\ o 
1U z 




Commerical Photo 


1 


i n 

LU 






Drafting 


1 


18 




Driver Education 


J 


Jl 






Electronics 


2 


36 




Elec tronics 


z 


1iL 
&0 






Income Tax Preparation 


2 


4Z 




How to Help Lnllaren wltn 










Machine Shop 


i 


J 1 




Learning Disabilities 


1 

L 


97 






Masonry Trades 


5 


84 




Know Your Car 


1 


10 






Party Bridge 


1 


13 




Machine Shop 


1 


13 






Photography 


z 


Z7 




Uan r*nA hho Ca^ 4 a 1 (IrHpr 


2 


7 






Pilots Ground School 


9 

fa 


68 




Metric System 


1 


11 






Small Engine Repair 


Z 


A 'I 
H J 




M i 1 a Fa e horn T^l o n i nrt 
lllUU 1c Ld ,S LL i 11 Ud 11L. J. Ug 




68 






Social Dance 


2 


88 




Parent-Child Speech Therapy 


-a 
J 








Start Thinking Metric 


Z 


ZD 




Dafon t 1 TT «-i r~ i Vi r~n c± t*\ f" Tra i tii no 
t alLII L IjII L 1 C 1 UHt_ 11 L 1 I a llllUg 




9 






Understanding Ourselves and Others 




O / 




r al Cll L VUJ.U11LCCL 1 1 ci 1111 lit, X 11 










Welding 


c 



o / 




Read ing 




77 






wills and tstates 


Z 






PI nmhi no anH 1-4 ^ .a t" i n o 

L lUiilUlllg a LIU IlCa Llllg 


1 


9 














Snia 1 1 Gas Engine Repair 




39 


Ce 


1 


Income Tax 


2 


30 




Square Dancing 


z 








Investments 




i i 
J. J 




1 L UwC L UoUCo 


2 


16 






Social Dancing 


2 


43 




Welding 


3 


34 


Ch 


les 


Auto Mechanics 


3 


47 


Garrett 


Mechanics 


1 


12 






Boating 


1 


31 




Pho tography 


1 


13 






Electronics 


1 


10 




















Harford 


College for a Day 


20 


173 


Do 


hester 


Auto Mechanics 


1 


27 




Edwin Booth Theater 


4 


205 






Creative Writing 


1 


6 




General Interests 


26 


463 






Electricity 


1 


21 




Harford Opera Theater 


2 


50 






Masonry 


1 


47 




Homemaking 


17 


259 






Self Defense 


1 


10 




Mature Adults 


3 


50 














Preparation-Developmental S tudies 


65 


1,077 


Fr 


erick 


Agriculture Mechanics 


1 


10 




Technical- Job Training 


50 


771 






Air conditioning and Refrigeration 


2 


26 




Worn i in Management Services 


9 


134 



Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



10 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


T _ _ _ 1 T T__ • i_ 

Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


Howard 


Adventures - Travel 


1 


13 


Kent 


General Home Repairs 


1 


9 




Auto Engine Tune- up 


1 


22 


(continued) 


Income Tax 


1 


21 




Auto Mechanics 


7 


127 




Investment Working 


1 


16 




Bridge 


5 


106 




Metric System 


2 


19 




Camera - Creative Tool 


3 


58 




Parent Study Group 


5 


182 




Career, Is it for You 


7 


97 




Photography 


3 


15 




Career Opportunties 


4 


77 




Salt Water Fishing 


1 


5 




Chess 


1 


9 




Seafood of Maryland 


2 


22 




Dane ing 


9 


204 




Small Engine Repair 


2 


41 




Genealogy 


1 


31 




Taxidermy 


1 


15 




Home Maintenance 


1 


19 




Welding 


2 


40 




Horror Movies 


1 


19 












Howard County History 


3 


106 


Montgomery 


Aging and the Family 


2 


25 




Manual Communication 


1 


25 




Antique Centennial Glass 


2 


44 




Motorcycle Repair 


3 


37 




Antique Furniture 


2 «£ 


55 




Outdoor Photograph 


1 


20 




Antique Potpourri 


2 


24 




Political Action 


1 


11 




Auto Practice 


10 


179 




Practical House Wiring 


1 


13 




Auto Theory 


6 


127 




Preventive Maintenance for Datsun 


1 


10 




Braille 


1 


4 




Preventive Maintenance for Toyota 


3 


51 




Calligraphy 


12 


296 




Preventive Maintenance for 








Celestial Navigation 


4 


96 




Volkswagen 


3 


50 




Children the Challenge 


8 


142 




Private Pilot Ground School 


1 


11 




Civil Service Preparation 


1 
1 


OQ 
£7 




Single Again 


3 


47 




Communication 


27 


573 












Creative Writing 


2 


45 


Kent 


American Novel 


1 


9 




Drafting 


I 


15 




Beekeeping 


1 


9 . ! 




Driveway Maintenance 


16 


350 




Birds 


1 


20 




Effective Speech 


1 


19 




Bridge 


3 


70 




Electronics 


5 


124 




Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation 


3 


39 




Estate Planning 


1 


24 




Creative Writing 


2 


36 




Fantastic Memory 


3 


77 




Dancing 


2 


49 




Financial Planning 


6 


103 




Discover Old Kent 


1 


5 




Gems tones 


9 


190 




Dog Obedience 


1 


15 




Graphic Arts 


1 


20 




Dramatics 


2 


16 




Great Decisions 


3 


71 




Electronics 


1 


13 




Handwriting Analysis 


4 


67 



TABLE 

101 

Deiiled Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 









Enroll- 








Enroll- 


fil Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


ment 


igomery 


nign roints oi uraer 


9 


A 1 
H 1 


Montgomery 


We 1 d ing 


Q 


1 A 1 


itinued) 


Home Maintenance 


2 


9 9 


(continued) 


When Parents Remarry 


1 
1 


1 o 
LB 




Horse Management 


1 
I 


1 / 




Writing tor Lniidren 


9 






Income Tax Preparation 


9 

3 


7 A 












Investment Planning 


9 


222 


Prince George s 


Auto Mechanics 


i 

1 J 


9 A Q 




Lawn Maintenance 


1 


12 




Automotive 


9 

3 


C 9 




Let s lake a cira walk 


Q 

J 


9 1 
/ 1 




Ural i le 


1 


Q 




Le t s la ke a walk 


C 



111 




D r ,' fin r. 

DI 1 Qge 


i 
i 


Q 




Le tter wr i tmg 


1 
i 


1 J. 




Child Development 


1A 
J4 


AQ 1 




Lip Reading 


9 


^9 




Creative Writing 


9 
C 


9 7 




Medical Terminology 


2 


A 9 




Gemo logy 


1 
I 


1 9 




Parent Child Development 


/■ i 

H J 


LH 




Genea logy 


1 


1 A 




Parent - School Relation 


1 
I 


l c 
13 




Graphic Arts 


1 
1 


1 S 
1 J 




Parents of Adop ted Chi ldren 


1 


1 c: 
LD 




Ground School for Pilots 


■fl 


u -> 




Pho togr aphy 


9 
L 


■an 

JU 




Urtu fr> Up ] n Ycmit Flpfnpnt"flT*v 

nu W LU [ lC L U 1UU L L I CI1IC11 Id 1 y 








"D A h i it* n Pr t\m Ann 

ricuuic r raining 


14 


251 




School Child 


1 


12 




r not urouna ocnooi 


9 


9ft 




Tnrnmp Toy PrpnaTs t i nn 


2 


32 




Planning Your Es tate 


9 


Q9 




LllUt-LJfciLlUtll L. L. X V i. ll£ 


2 


24 




Power Reading 


9 


Jt 




T enrp TM mp P 1 arm inc» anH Hi \\ rl a n r p 
Lc J. b u i c L J. nit, r idiiiiiiig aiiu uuiuaui>c 




H 




Proof Reading Technique 


7 


1 "i9 




NllTClTlff Acc^ Ql"flTlf P 
liUi O J- I no O i O "-<J I ' V 


3 


56 




Reading for Job 


t; 
j 


74 




Pho topraohv 


14 


232 




KeaL estate investment roint ot 








R ■! f* 1 p Mark cma nchin 

[\11 1C 1 let L rS. Oil id Uollip 




14 




Views 


J 


1 1 ft 

LIO 




on T anpiiap p 


13 


153 




Real Estate 


5 


125 




Television/Radio Repair 


1 


15 




Refrigeration 


1 


26 




Television Production 


1 


5 




Report Writing 


1 


8 




Training for Custodians 


1 


13 




Separation and Divorce 


2 


55 




Traffic Awareness 


2 


35 




Solar Energy 


2 


38 












Stock Market 


1 


18 


Queen Anne' s 


Bricklaying 


1 


10 




Tax Planning 


1 


16 




Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation 


1 


9 




Taxes for Small Business 


2 


52 




Creative Writing 


1 


8 




Telephone Technique 


3 


18 




Dancing 


4 


54 




Transactional Analysis 


7 


157 




Electricity 


1 


9 




Understanding Social Security 


6 


157 




Health and Life Insurance 


1 


2 




Vocabulary Building 


6 


123 




Model Aeronautics 


1 


2 



TAB 

1C 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Adult Programs" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 









Enroll- 








Enroll - 


Local Unit 


Sub j ec t 


Classes 


ment 


Local Unit 


Sub j ec t 


Classes 


ment 


Queen Anne' s 


Pho tography 


1 


11 


Washington 


Balkan Folk Dancing 


1 


5 


(continued) 


Small Engine Repair 


2 


29 




Ballet 


4 


45 




Welding 


2 


36 




Ballroom Dancing 


1 


40 












Beekeeping 


1 


16 


St. Mary's 


Auto Body 


3 


36 




Graphoana lysis 


2 


13 




Auto Mechanics 


7 


138 




Introduction to Fly Fishing 


2 


26 




Blueprint Reading 


1 


26 




Korean Tang Soo Do 


2 


32 




Bricklaying 


2 


24 




Piloting and Boating 


2 


36 




Brickmasonry 


3 


41 




Wine Making 


1 


4 




Calligraphy 


3 


60 




You and Your Horse 


2 


19 




Carpentry 


3 


36 












Civil Service Examination 






Wicomico 


Auto Tune Up 


} 


38 




Preparation 


1 


22 




Bridge 




32 




Dog Obedience 


2 


24 




Electronics 


1 


14 




Elec tronics 


1 


7 




Fix-It- Yourself 




14 




Land Use Seminar 


1 


28 




Metric System 


J 


10 




Metric Measurement 


1 


6 




Pho tography 




15 




Nurse' s Aide 


2 


44 




Welding 


1 < 


24 




Photography 


1 


20 








17 




Private Pilot Ground School 


2 


62 


Worcester 


Auto Repair 


1 




Refrigeration 


1 


11 




Welding 


2 


14 




St. Mary's County History 


1 


24 












Small Engine Repair 


2 


22 












Substitute Teaching Teacher Aide 


1 


45 










Somerset 


Bridge 


2 


25 












Income Tax Preparation 


1 


14 












Welding 


1 


25 










Talbot 


Air Conditioning 


2 


36 












Auto Mechanics 


1 


24 












Bridge 


1 


12 












Dancing 


1 


26 












Drafting 


1 


6 












Masoniy 


1 


29 












Metrics 


1 


14 












Self Defense 


1 


31 












Welding 


2 


81 











a; 



TABLE 

102 



Maryland's Vocational Adult and Apprentice Education Programs*: Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1975-76 





jcal Unit 


Total 


Agri- 
culture 


Distribu- 
tive 
Educa- 
tion 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Consumer 
and 
Homemaking 
Education 


Business 
and 
Office 
Education 


Tech- 
nical 
Educa- 
tion 


Trades and 
Industrial Education 


Other 


Adult 


Apprentice 


U 


State 


35,508 


122 


840 


724 


9,892 


11,485 


26 


7,597 


2,853 


1,969 


ji 


f and City 
























me Arundel 


1,109 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


923 


_ 


23 


163 






iltimore City 


6,884 


- 


51 


- 


839 


2,542 


- 


1,553 


129 


1,770 




iltimore 


12,872 


88 


121 


7 


4,946 


3,234 


26 


2,609 


1 ,841 


- 




iroline 


53 


14 








39 












irroll 


332 


_ 


_ 


_ 


61 


146 


_ 


125 


- 






2Cil 


165 


- 


- 


- 


31 


134 


- 






- 




)rchester 


6 
















6 






rederick 


374 


10 


- 


- 


38 


124 


- 


178 




24 




jntgomery 


4,899 




10 


20 


2,589 


1,737 




134 


345 


64 




trince George ' s 


2,913 










1,850 




968 


95 






Lcomico 


437 










219 




147 


71 




imciity Colleges 
























Llegany 


1,215 








599 


181 




375 


60 






jtonsville 


1,769 




358 


666 


400 


116 




229 








acil 


538 




83 










344 




111 




lesapeake 


64 




64 


















jndalk 


33 








33 




- a 










rederick 


164 




153 










11 








jrrett 


43 


10 








23 




10 








agerstown 


1,219 






31 


356 


217 




484 


131 






^ntgomery 


12 
















12 






:tional Institutions 


407 














407 







No "Institutions" immediately above. 



Vocational-Technical Education for Maryland Public High Schools*: Enrollment by Program: 1975-76 



TAEl 

id 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agri- 
culture 


Dis tr i- 
butive 
Educa- 
tion 


Health 

Or r i in.3 — 


^ ATI CI imo T* 

and 
Homemaking 
Education 


Occupa- 
tional 
Home 
Eco— 

l l\J 'All. L. O 


Business 
and 
Office 


Coop 


Tech- 
nical 


Trades 

and 
Indus- 
trial 


Special 
Pro- 
grams 


Ind 
tri. 
Ar 


Total State 


292,042 


4,639 


3,358 


1,753 


86,906 


1,389 


43,338 


6,459 


219 


20,419 


16,212 


107,. 


Allegany 


6,950 


41 


110 


42 


2,413 


57 


1,245 


- 


- 


481 


399 


2,: 


Anne Arundel 


24,965 


162 


340 


209 


6,644 


- 


5,639 


500 


- 


1,346 


963 




Baltimore City 


43,150 


- 


401 


634 


14,058 


467 


6,032 


- 


131 


5,464 


1,513 


14,< 


Baltimore 


50,347 


335 


596 


118 


18,218 


35 


5,509 


1,164 


- 


2,656 


708 


21,( 


Calvert 


2,500 


36 


- 


5 


717 


30 


511 


- 


- 


237 


- 


< 


Caroline 


2,002 


105 


- 


38 


297 


- 


387 


7 


- 


144 


24 




Carroll 


4,644 


149 


21 


31 


1,436 


- 


531 


177 




619 


689 


( 


Cecil 


3,649 


50 


48 


47 


1,030 


- 


505 


133 


- 


416 


140 


i,; 


Charles 


5,259 


55 


- 


- 


1,593 


39 


1,705 


112 


- 


291 


- 


M 


Dorchester 


3,096 


143 


148 


- 


982 


- 


525 


45 


— 


142 


184 


t 


Frederick 


7,771 


640 


- 


- 


2,195 


- 


1,255 


406 


- 


944 


165 


2,1 


Garrett 


2,052 


172 


- 


- 


495 


46 


311 


66 


- 


307 


52 


( 


Harford 


6,889 


185 


41 


- 


1,261 


- 


1,470 


241 


- 


497 


- 


3,1 


Howard 


6,915 


79 


18 


108 


1,568 


18 


614 


108 


— 


705 


883 


2,t 


Kent 


1,431 


86 




53 


323 




80 






317 


298 


i 


Montgomery 


32,666 


892 


660 


59 


9,493 


390 


2,097 


1,415 


65 


1 ,610 


1,882 


14,1 


Prince George' s 


58,869 


258 


533 


209 


15,741 


104 


10,312 


1,498 


- 


1,854 


7 , 134 


21,2 


Queen Anne 1 s 


2,718 


120 


40 


51 


750 


59 


474 




— 


421 


53 


7 


St. Mary's 


3,477 


163 


4 


Li 


Qft 1 


1 ft 


R1 1 
oil 


ill 
1 1 o 




288 


250 


8 

2 


Somerset 


1,213 


81 






335 




445 


60 








Talbot 


2,643 


85 


55 


22 


1,014 


38 


267 


24 




153 




9 


Washington 


11,435 


698 


215 


57 


3,745 


24 


1,430 


144 


23 


722 


438 


3,9 


Wicomico 


4,544 


65 


128 


34 


824 


64 


950 


48 




513 


52 


1,8 


Worcester 


2,239 


39 




23 


793 




197 






232 


61 


8 


Correctional 


























Institutions 


























and Special 




















60 


324 




Programs 


618 












36 


198 







*Note "Institutions" immediately above. 




VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITATION DATA 







P 

Annual Report 



•0 




TABLE 

104 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1975-76* 



Local Unit 


Applications/ 


Evaluations/ 


Closed 
After 
Evaluation/ 


Surveyed 
Under 
Advisement 


Job 

PrpnaTa ti'rtn 
r Lcpdl d Llun 


Service 
Comp 1 e ted 


r\c Urn u l i l - 

tfl tions 


Closed 
Other 
Reasons 


Total 
Cases 


Total State 


3,686 


511 


12,923 


4,059 


7,580 


3,595 


6,107 


3,348 


41,809 


Allegany 


3 


25 


227 


44 


186 


ft ? 

o L 


1 7 1 
III 


hU 


7 A Q 
/UO 


Anne Arundel 


207 


37 


723 


279 


~> -J 1 


7 1 S 


7 a 7 


L jh 


i , Z7*H 


Baltimore City 


1,295 


219 


5, 187 


1,881 


7 1 74 


i , j j j 


1 ft SO. 
L f O JU 




1 C 11Q 
I J | J 1 7 


Bal timore 


245 


49 


1, 241 


377 




ho y 


ftft 7 


•ICQ 


A ft 1 1 


Calvert 


18 


7 


62 


30 


24 


25 


37 


17 


220 


Caroline 


22 


2 


81 


12 


45 




j j 


i 7 


7f\A 


Carroll 


84 


21 


242 


64 


251 


10? 


l sn 
i j\j 


O J 


7/7 


Cecil 


56 


1 


292 


45 


1 D7 


/ U 




^7 
J / 


7 1 ft 
/ 10 


Charles 


41 


2 


128 


40 


94 


U"\ 
*♦ J 


7Q 




At 1 
HO 1 


Dorchester 


16 




168 


15 


84 


63 


135 


35 


516 


Frederick 


43 




223 


35 


317 


1 34 






1 Oft7 

1 f UO / 


Garrett 


. 5 


8 


59 


11 


25 


37 


9 


1 




Harford 


102 


27 


290 


21 


206 


79 


134 


j / 


ftQfi 


Howard 


32 


4 


160 


46 


124 


28 


1 AT 

14 J 


J7 




Kent 


4 




48 


17 


29 


17 


23 


21 


159 


Montgomery 


176 


42 


900 


228 


674 


177 


471 


259 


2,927 


Prince George' s 


274 


29 


1,951 


405 


946 


235 


611 


416 


4,867 


Queen Anne ' s 


8 




67 


17 


21 


24 


47 


8 


192 


St. Mary's 


51 


2 


110 


64 


65 


40 


79 


45 


456 


Somerset 


16 




75 


14 


25 


18 


33 


13 


194 


Talbot 


26 




88 


18 


87 


ft 32 


105 


6 


362 


Washington 


53 




253 


38 


403 


143 


316 


105 


1,311 


Wicomico 


59 




237 


48 


82 


90 


159 


54 


729 


Worcester 


28 




90 


22 


26 


23 


39 


20 


248 


Others 


822 


36 


21 


288 


288 


98 


4 


! 


1,558 



♦Figures represent the distribution of clients served during various stages of their rehabilitation process as of June 30, 1976. 

/In prior years these totals were not shown, yet many clients were rendered service in these processes; total number served increased substantially 

over preceding years with these inclusions. 
/Residence undetermined. 



TABLE 

105 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Cnarac tens tic 


To ta 1 


Rehabili- 
tated* 


Other/ 


PTiiriaTv ^ r» 1 1 T" p nf ^nr*rn"*T*t" at" Acr pnf aurp 
r L J. n Id 1 V JUUL IC J 1 J JUUUl u d L nt Lcp Ldllt L 


Total 


Rehabili- 
tated* 


Other/ 


To 1" a 1 Miimh^T 


41,809 


6, 107 


35, 702 


Current Earnings 


5,673 


974 


4,699 










Family or friends 


12,035 


2, 391 


9 , 644 


Age 








Private Rehabilitation Agency 


90 


23 


67 


Under 20 


5,578 


429 


5, 149 


Public Assistance (some federal) 


4,602 


648 


3,954 


20 - 34 


19,913 


3, 124 


16,789 


Public Assistance (no federal) 


2,023 


217 


1,806 


35 - 44 


6,210 


842 


5,368 


Public Institutions - tax supported 


4,217 


720 


3,497 


45 - 64 


9,031 


1,419 


7,612 


Workmen's Compensation 


526 


64 


462 


65 - over 


1,077 


293 


784 


Social Security Disability Benefits 


2,043 


301 


1,742 










Other Disability Benefits 


616 


130 


486 


Education - Grades Completed 








Non-Disability Benefits 


547 


189 


358 


None/Unknown 


7 ,861 


342 


7,519 


Other 


1,366 


299 


1,067 


1 - 7 


3,794 


692 


3, 102 


Not Reported 


8,071 


151 


7,920 


8 


3,257 


538 


2,719 










9-11 


11,872 


1,824 


10,048 










12 


8,824 


1,599 


7,225 










13 - 15 


1,890 


302 


1,588 










16 and over 


794 


186 


608 










Special Education 


3,517 


624 


2,893 










Rac e 
















Whi te 


23, 363 


3,959 


19,404 










Black 


15,807 


2, 120 


13,687 










Indian 


52 


3 


49 










Other 


186 


18 


168 










Not reported 


2,401 


7 


2,394 










Sex 
















Male 


24,375 


3,299 


21,076 










Female 


17,434 


2,808 


14,626 










Dependents 



















31,601 


4,129 


27,472 










1 


4,220 


809 


3,411 










2 or 3 


3,987 


795 


3,192 










4 or more 


2,001 


374 


1,627 











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



TABLE 

106 

Nature and Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Primary Disability 


Number of 

IXCUdUll 1 L cl 1 1 L b " 


Number of 

QoAraY*o 1 \r T*\ i e a n 1 o r\ 
Ocvctciy UlodUlcO 


Percent 

Severely 

Disabled 


Total 


6, 107 


2,692 


44 


Visual Impairments 




919 


LI 


Hearing Impairments 


A A R 


no 


51 


Orthopedic Impairments and Amputations 


1 9Q 9 


1 H L 


J 1 


Mental Impairments 






J7 


Drug Addiction 


ID J 


A A 


9 7 


Alcoholism 


2C ' 


50 


25 


Mental Retardation 


793 


446 


56 


Epilepsy 


136 


104 


76 


Heart and Circulatory Disorders 


172 


83 


48 


Speech 


"50 


28 


56 


Digestive System Disorders 


415 


30 


7 


Respiratory Diseases 


52 


2* 


50 


Other 


562 


159 


28 



*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 



TABLE 

107 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Type of Referrals 


Total 


Rehabilitated* 


Other/ 


Total 


41,809 


6,107 


35,702 




Educational Institutions 


6,554 


1,031 


5,523 




Hospitals and Sanitariums 


4,943 


933 


4,010 




Health Organizations and Agencies 


2,306 


372 


1,934 




Welfare Agencies 


4,019 


312 


3,707 




Public Organizations and Agencies 

(Not specifically educational, health 
or welfare) 

Private Organizations and Agencies 

(Not specifically educational, health 
or welfare) 


12,333 
557 


1,201 
137 


11,132 
420 


< 


Individuals 


11,097 


2,121 


8,976 





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



1 




FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1975-76 



TABLE 

108 



Source or Purpose 



Administration 
and 
Finance 



Research, Evalu- 
ation, and Infor- 
mation Systems 



Instruc- 
tion 



Vocational- 
Technical 
Education 



Library 
Develop- 
ment and 
Services 



Compensatory 

Urban and, 
Supplementary 
Programs 



Certification 
and 

Accredi tation 



> aries 

[hnical and Special Fees 

Imunications 

r vel 

>lor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

I tractual Services 

5 plies and Materials 

E iptnent - Replacement 

E ipment - Additional 

Gnts, Subsidies, and Contributions 

F ed Charges 



$2,009,083 
169,280 
54,132 
87,813 
22,548 
260,345 
41,739 
13,454 
43,750 
87,054 
159,354 



$ 



738,245 
31,639 
24,464 
10,753 
926 

293,125 
20,787 

3,201 
12,090 
28,475 



$1,004,647 
146,112 
35,362 
29,688 
13,260 
533,011 
60,124 
3,008 
7,585 
23,106 
54,911 



889,139 
16,863 
28,874 
31,730 
18,130 
41,352 
19,592 
15,042 
1,305 
47,344 
46,547 



$546,484 
44,878 
16,403 
15,860 
3,438 
103,403 
35,125 
2,564 
3,308 
94,598 
85,662 



558,680 
129,957 
21,981 
30,318 
6,515 
250,413 
14,943 
9,025 
2,187 
38,330 
33,198 



$ 



753,574 
63,223 
27,241 
18,835 
4,449 
104,291 
21,825 
9,470 
97 
1,938 
36,092 



Total 



$2,948,552 



$1, 163,705 



$1,910,814 



$1,155,918 



$951,723 



$1,095,547 



$1,041,035 



Source or Purpose 



Instruc tional 
Television 



Adminis tration- 
Rehabilitation 



Placement 

and 
Guidance 



Case 
Services 



$4,777,761 
8,050 
139,202 
87,719 



23,376 
1,077,573 
47,396 
21,167 
15,700 
413,833 
283,683 



Dis- 
ability 
Determi- 
nation 



Mary land 
Rehabili- 
tion 
Center 



Special 
Education 



S aries 

T hnical and Special Fees 
C munications 
T vel 
Fd 

F 1 and Utilities 

Mor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

C tractual Services 

S plies and Materials 

E ipment - Replacement 

E ipment - Additional 

Gnts, Subsidies, and Contributions 

F ed Charges 



426,723 
123,179 
17,976 
14,612 



650 
294,941 
100,598 

270 
1,170 

17,017 



601,244 
13,124 
24,103 
15,587 



5,531 
19,256 
27,631 
3,623 
5,568 
87,968 
59,374 



5,244,348 



$1,632,559 
920,527 
71,558 
16,958 



25,195 
13,415 
2,797 
3,340 
.71,745 
t56,712 



$2,558,934 
20,332 
35,450 
4,713 
233,796 
205,682 
8,524 
99,825 
167,181 

35,795 
256,174 
48,424 



512,141 
237,103 
23,585 
21,113 



3,811 
671,805 
16,876 
405 
9,779 
26,831 
46,060 



Total 



$ 997,136 



$ 863,009 



$6,895,460 



$5,'i44, 



348 



$3,314,806 



$3,674,830 



$1,569,509 



TABL 

10! 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1975-76 





Appropriations* 


Expenditures 


Appropriations Lapsed 


Unit or Purpose 


Total 




General 


Special 


Federal 


Total 


Disburse- 


Encum- 


Cancel- 


Rever- 




















ments 


brances 


lations/ 


sions/ 


State Share of Current Expenses 


$265,349, 


265 


$265,349,265 


$ 


$ 






$265,349,265 


$265,184,853 


$ 164,412 


$ 


$ 


National Defense Education Act 




309, 


000 








309, 


000 


309,000 


111,202 


197,798 


_ 


_ 


Handicapped Children 


43, 


885, 


126 


43,885,126 


_ 






- 


43,885,126 


40,284,818 


3,600,308 






Assistance to State for Educating 




























Handicapped Children 


h 


999, 


348 


- 


- 


1 


999, 


348 


1,999,348 


937,810 


1,061,538 


- 


- 


Educationally Deprived Children 


33, 


653, 


355 


- 


- 


33 


653, 


355 


33,653,355 


16,084,067 


17,569,288 


- 


- 


Development of Supplemental Centers, 




























Services, and Innovative Programs 


2, 


806, 


571 


40,000 


- 


2 


766, 


571 


2,802,571 


36,000 


2,766,571 


- 


4,000 


Adult Continuing Education 


L, 


350, 


500 


390,000 






960, 


500 


1,311,500 


730,146 


581,354 


- 


39,000 


Early Childhood Education 




699, 


000 


699,000 


- 








630,000 


630,000 


- 


- 


69,000 


Vocational Education 


9, 


290, 


666 


_ 


- 


9 


290, 


666 


9,290,666 


2,192,056 


7,098,610 


- 


- 


Manpower Development and Training 


I, 


060, 


000 


_ 


- 


1 


060, 


000 


1,060,000 


646,477 


413,523 


- 


- 


Industrial Training 




443, 


668 


443,668 


- 






-. 


443,668 


54,944 


388,724 






Apprenticeship Program 




352, 


300 


352,300 


- 






— 


317,300 


240,089 


77,211 


- 


35,000 


Vocational Centers 




150, 


000 


150,000 


_ 








150,000 


135,000 


15,000 


- 


- 


Career Education 




200, 


000 


200,000 


- 








180,000 


180,000 


- 


- 


20,000 


Driver Education 


a 3, 


441, 


498 












3,424, 774 


3,424, 774 




16,724 




School Lunch 


25, 


500, 


000 






25 


500, 


000 


25,500,000 


21,193,423 


4,306,577 






Food Service Program 


4, 


000, 


000 


4,000,000 










3,775,000 


3,285,534 


489,466 




225,000 


Child Nutrition 


5, 


307, 


000 






5 


307, 


000 


5,307,000 


4,209,087 


1,097,913 






Public Libraries 


6, 


046, 


460 


5,257,640 






788, 


820 


6,046,460 


4,994,590 


1,051,870 






State Library Network 


1, 


605, 


000 


1,605,000 










1,557,000 


1,555,466 


1,534 




48,000 


Public Library Incentive Fund 




817,228 


817,228 










817,228 


817,228 








School Library Resources 


1, 


009, 


498 


1,009,498 










1,009,498 


381,119 


628,379 






Transportation 


46, 


724,155 


46,724,155 










46,724,155 


46,297,571 


426,584 






Transportation - Private School 




























Handicapped Children 




644, 


685 


644,685 










644,685 


383,170 


261,515 






School Building Construction Aid 


92, 


424,235 


92,424,235 










92,424,235 


92,424,235 








School Community Centers 


1, 


220, 


000 


1,220,000 










1,100,000 


758,233 


341,767 




120,000 


Headquarters - State Department of 


























158,732 


Education 


33, 


023, 


718 


10,669,152 


15,533 


22 


339, 


033 


32,826,394 


30,293,163 


2,533,231 


38,592 


State-Aided Educational Institutions 


4, 


052, 


121 


4,052,121 










4,052,121 


4,052, 121 








Total 


$587,364, 


397 


$479,933,073 


$15,533 


$103,974, 


293 


$586,590,349 


$541,517, 176 


$45,073,173 


$55,316 


$718,732 



^Appropriations adjusted by credits and amendments. 
/Applies to federal funds and special funds. 
/Applies to general funds. 
aNon- budgeted funds. 



TABLE . 

110 

Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 









Appropriations for Public Schools/ 




Percent 


o£ Tota 


1 Revenue 




ocal Unit 


Loca 1 














Appropriated to Public Schools 






Revenue* 


All School 


Current 


Capital 


Debt 


All School 


Current 


Capital 


Debt 






Purposes 


Expenses 


Outlay 


Service 


Purposes 


Expenses 


Outlay 


Service 


State 


SI 544 080 ?41 


$816,487, 


036 


$752,612,097 


$16,197,389 


$47,677,500 


52.9 


48 


.7 


1 


1 


3. 1 


llegany 


19,494,780 


11,148, 


154 


10,9/5, 000 


39 , 831 




133,323 


CI 1 

D 1 . 1 


56 


.3 





2 


0.7 


nne Arundel 


104,692,523 


52,998, 


147 


44 , "0 1 , U /3 


1 ,056 , 1 10 


6 


,980,964 


en c 
JU . O 


42 


. 9 


1 . 





6.7 


altimore City 


330 983 ?60 


115,284, 


540 


103 , 993 , 513 




11 


,291,027 


1 A O 
J4 . O 


31 


.4 






3.4 


a 1 timor e 


296 695 99? 


142,582, 


575 


134, 063, 634 


3, 363, 500 


5 


,155,441 


62.9 


59 


. 1 


1. 


5 


2. 3 




1 ^ 111 RL1 


5,707, 


086 


5,357,913 


48,656 




300,517 


43.0 


40 


.4 


0. 


4 


2. 2 


aroline 


4,398,937 


2,564, 


125 




50 , 346 




80,216 


JO. J 


55 


. 3 


1. 


2 


1.8 


arrol 1 


23,338,917 


13,156, 


965 


11 Ol n ini 

1 1 , ol L , zV I 


240 , 99 ' 


1 


,103,675 


JO. M 


50 


.6 


1. 


1 


4.7 


2ci 1 


13 145 775 


7,631, 


058 


/ , UJU , J / 1 


ill , 9UV 




382,578 


58.1 


53 


.5 


1. 


7 


o 


lar le s 


18 949 549 


12,342, 


216 


11,384,203 


144,395 




813,618 


65. 1 


60 


. 1 


0. 


7 


A \ 


orche s ter 


8 299 1 38 


4,369, 


099 


4,360,932 






8,167 


52.6 


52 


.5 






n i 

U . 1 


rederick 


30,523,377 


18,271, 


550 


15,915,072 


1,012,938 


1 


,343,540 


59.9 


52 


.2 


3. 


3 


4.4 


arrett 


6,740,374 


2,555, 


741 


2,555,741 








37.9 


37 


9 








arf ord 


38,404,265 


22,067, 


504 


20,432,210 


193,978 


1 


,441,316 


57.5 


53 


2 


0. 


5 


3.8 


oward 


43,<+28,329 


28,602,328 


26,970,200 




1,632, 128 


65.9 


62 


1 






3.8 


ent 


4,812,916 


3,015, 


051 


2,691,616 






323,435 


62.6 


55 


9 






6.7 


ontgomery 


321,538,694 


186,533, 


189 


171,045,281 


9,394,500 


6 


,093,408 


58.0 


53 


2 


2. 


9 


1.9 


rince George' s 


245,064,930 


139,488, 


202 


131,462,365 




8 


,025,837 


56.9 


53 


6 






3.3 


ueen Anne ' s 


5,552,164 


2,970, 


453 


2,913,464 


15,000 




41,989 


53.5 


52 


5 


0. 


3 


0.7 


t. Mary's 


11,430,033 


6,370,021 


6,095,819 






274,202 


55.7 


53 


3 






2.4 


omerset 


3,586,307 


1,762, 


745 


1,624,625 






138, 120 


49. 1 


45 


3 






3.8 


albot 


7,679,627 


4,950, 


857 


4,641,076 






309,781 


64.5 


60 


4 






4. 1 


ashing ton 


28,184,023 


17,180,762 


16,012,117 


129,197 


1 


,039,448 


61.0 


56 


8 


0. 


5 


3.7 


icomico 


16,128,814 


7,931, 


078 


7,705,647 


32,451 




192,980 


49. 2 


47 


8 


0. 


2 


1.2 


orcester 


17,804,827 


7,003, 


590 


6,174,170 


257,580 




571,840 


•'<..: 


34 


7 


1 . 


4 


3. 2 



Fijres from State Bureau of Fiscal Services included are taxes, licenses and permits, and fines and forfeitures, 
res from financial reports of local boards of education. 



TABLE 

111 

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

Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 
(includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Rec e ip ts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent from 


Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,624,417,954 


$665,962,897 


$121,636,831 


$823,468,000 


<?* O C £. C lOO 

$8,565, 188 


$4,785,038 


41.0 


7.5 


51.2 


0.3 


Allegany 


28,242,534 


14,757,600 


2,181,457 


11,148,154 


118,319 


37,004 


52.3 


7.7 


39.9 


0. 1 


Anne Arundel 


tic r\ i r\ oil 

115 , 930 , 213 


45,268,654 


10, 148,959 


59,979,111 


498,833 


34, 656 


39.1 


8.8 


52. 1 


* 


Baltimore City 


297,627,884 


148,211,325 


31,715,680 


115,284,540 


288,374 


2,127,965 


49.8 


10. 7 


38.8 


0.7 


Baltimore 


227,936,250 


77,550,866 


7,084,330 


142,582,575 


681,587 


36,892 


34.0 


3. 1 


62.9 


/ 


Calvert 


16,281,457 


9,034,059 


1,284,771 


5,707, 086 


33, 718 


221,823 


55.5 


7.9 


35. 3 


1.3 


Caroline 


10,907,905 


7,306,418 


935,486 


2,564,125 


44,823 


57,053 


67.0 


8.6 


23.9 


0.5 


Carroll 


37 , 223,047 


22,032, 202 


1,845,616 


13,156,965 


173,515 


14, /49 


59. 2 


5.0 


35.8 




Cecil 


20,751,931 


11,562,568 


1,508, 347 


7,631,058 


41,039 


8,919 


55. 7 


7.3 


37.0 


+ 


Charles 


36,196,788 


21,026,699 


2,470, 253 


12,342,216 


179,351 


178,269 


58. 1 


6.8 


34.6 


0.5 


Dorchester 


16,880,990 


11 Oin Q A 9 


1 9A7 S09 
1 , ZD / , JUZ 


4,369,099 


4,460 


28,947 


66.4 


7 . 5 


25 . 9 


0. 2 


Frederick. 


43,911,941 


22,805,024 


2,902,492 


18,271,550 


(271,705) 


204,580 


51.9 


6.6 


41.0 


0.5 


Garrett 


13,444,955 


9,730,746 


1,110,718 


2,555,741 


5,632 


42,118 


72.4 


8.3 


19.0 


0.3 


Harford 


47,445,179 


21,145,293 


3,660,419 


22,067,504 


571,963 




44.6 


7.7 


47.7 




Howard 


58,075,492 


26,870,454 


1,763,408 


28,602,328 


793,142 


46,160 


46.3 


3.0 


50.6 


0.1 


Kent 


6,978,395 


3,346,293 


513,345 


3,015,051 


76,420 


27,286 


47.9 


7.4 


44.3 


0.4 


Montgomery 


276,866,609 


70,487,775 


17,478,309 


186,533,189 


2,354,487 


12,849 


25.5 


6.3 


68.2 




Prince George's 


256,368,092 


91,407,168 


21,738,766 


139,488,202 


2,400,233 


1,333,723 


35.7 


8.5 


55.3 


0.5 


Queen Anne' s 


6,623,544 


2,835,716 


793,361 


2,970,453 


21,525 


2,489 


42.8 


12.0 


45.2 




St. Mary's 


21,066,936 


11,670,678 


2,912,231 


6,370,021 


102,983 


11,023 


55.4 


13.8 


30.7 


0. 1 


Somerset 


6,582,734 


3,335,917 


1,446,928 


1,762,745 


23,567 


13,577 


50.7 


22.0 


27.1 


0.2 


Talbot 


9,235,157 


3,750,834 


483,732 


4,950,857 


47,205 


2,529 


40.6 


5.3 


54.1 




Washington 


37,557,971 


16,392,521 


3,906,417 


17,180,762 


26,037 


52,234 


43.6 


10.4 


45.8 


0.2 


Wicomico 


19,730,675 


9,644,379 


1,616,553 


7,931,078 


320,778 


217,887 


48.9 


8.2 


41.8 


1.1 


Worcester 


12,551,275 


4,578,726 


867,751 


7,003,590 


28,902 


72,306 


36.5 


6.9 


56.0 


0.6 



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

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



TABLE 

112 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receip ts 




Revenue 


Nonrevenue/ 


Percent from 


Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,347,279,767 


$457,452,119 


$121,614,704 


9 / 0? , jy i , Uo 1 


? / , So / , /o / 


$762, 116 


34.0 


9.0 


57.0 


a 


Al legany 


22,611, 162 


9,301,096 


2,181,457 


10,975,000 


118,319 


35,290 


41. 1 


9.7 


49.1 


0. 1 


Ann e Arundel 


100 6 30 "580 


38 040 751 


10, 148,959 


51,942,037 


498,833 




37.8 


10.1 


52.1 


- 


Baltimore City 


247,515,277 


111,517,710 


31,715,680 


103,993,513 


288,374 


- 


45.1 


12.8 


42. 1 


- 


Baltimore 


196,426,566 


54,597,015 


7,084,330 


134,063,634 


681,587 


- 


27.8 


3.6 


68.6 


- 


Calvert 


10,651,208 


3,970,988 


1,284,771 


C TCI Q 1 O 




3,818 


37. 3 


12.1 


50.6 


a 


Caroline 


6,788,249 


3,372,846 


935,486 


2,433,563 


44,823 


1,531 


49.7 


13.8 


36.5 


a 


Parrnl 1 


23 940 779 


10,097,604 


1,845,616 


11,812,292 


173,515 


11,752 


42. 2 


7.7 


50. 1 


a 


Cecil 


16,095,492 


7,511,857 


1,508,347 


7,030,571 


41,039 


3,678 


46.7 


9.4 


43.9 


a 


Charles 


24,234,671 


10,046,117 


2,470,253 


11 , 384, 13 


179, 351 


154,747 


41.5 


10.2 


47.7 


0.6 


Dorchester 


9,371,486 


3,709,645 


1 967 ^07 


4,360,932 


4,460 


28,947 


39 . 6 


13.5 


46 . 6 


0. 3 


Frederick 




in AAA 9 A ^ 


2,902,492 


15,915,072 


(284,159) 


L OH , O J 7 


36.3 


9.9 


53.2 


0.6 


Garrett 


7,488,637 


3,776,298 


1,110,718 


2,555,741 


5,632 


40,248 


50.4 


14.9 


34.2 


0.5 


Harford 


42,545,762 


18,070,183 


3,660,419 


20,432,210 


382,950 




42.5 


8.6 


48.9 




Howard 


39,988,453 


10,850,756 


1,763,408 


26,970,200 


404,089 




27. 1 


4.4 


68.5 




Kent 


5,495,731 


2,197,447 


513,345 


2,691,616 


76,420 


16,903 


40.0 


9.3 


50.4 


0. 3 


Montgomery 


240,801,562 


49,993,276 


17,478,309 


171,045,281 


2,280,817 


3,879 


20.8 


7.2 


72.0 


a 


Prince George' s 


227,760,934 


72,041,411 


21,738,766 


131,462,365 


2,365,733 


152,659 


31.6 


9.5 


58.8 


0. 1 


Queen Anne' s 


6,296,124 


2,567,418 


793,361 


2,913,464 


21,525 


356 


40.8 


12.6 


46.6 


a 


St. Mary's 


16,767,043 


7,646,472 


2,912,231 


6,095,819 


102,983 


9,538 9 


45.6 


17.4 


37.0 


a 


Somerset 


5,769,206 


2,662,729 


1,446,928 


1,624,625 


23,567 


11,357 


46.2 


25.1 


28.5 


0.2 


Talbot 


7,185,137 


2,010,610 


483,732 


4,641,076 


47,205 


2,514 


28.0 


6.7 


65. 3 


a 


Washington 


32,291,657 


12,320,149 


3,889,851 


16,012,117 


17,306 


52,234 


38. 2 


12.0 


49.6 


0.2 


Wicomico 


17,725,016 


8,059,941 


1,610,992 


7,705,647 


320,7-78 


27,658 


45.4 


9.1 


45. 3 


0.2 


Worcester 


9,534,526 


2,443,535 


867,751 


6,174,170 


28,902 


20, 168 


25.6 


9. L 







*Includes 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. 
a Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

113 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


To tal 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue^ 


Percent from 


Each Source 




t\ £1 "** Q I 

rcUclal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,252,305,445 


$362,477,797 


$121,614,704 


$759,593,061 


$7,857,767 


$762,116 


28.9 


9.7 


61.3 


0. 1 


Allegany 


21,033,648 


7,723,582 


2, 181,457 


10,975,000 


118, 319 


35,290 


36. 7 


10. 4 


52.7 


0. 2 


Anne Ar und e 1 


92,808,992 


30,219, 163 


10,148,959 


51,942,037 


498,833 




32.6 


10.9 


56.5 




Baltimore City 


230,884,019 


94,886,452 


31,715,680 


103,993,513 


288, 374 


- 


41. 1 


13.7 


45.2 




Bal timore 


181,709,926 


39,880,375 


7,084,330 


134,063,634 


681 , 587 




21.9 


3.9 


74. 2 


_ 


Calvert 


9,943,366 


3,263,146 


1,284,771 


5,357,913 


33,718 


3,818 


32.8 


12.9 


54.3 


a 


Caroline 


6,336,785 


2,921,382 


935 , 486 


L , 4 55 , Db5 


44, 823 


1,531 


46 . 1 


14 . 8 


39 . 1 




Carroll 


22,278,508 


8,435,333 


1,845,616 


11 Q 1 O TQl 
ll,OJ.Z,ZVZ 


17 1 ^ 1 *\ 

1 / 5 , J I J 


11,752 


37.9 


8.3 


53.8 


a 


Cecil 


14,964,179 


6,380,544 


1,508,347 


/ , U 5\J , J / 1 


/.I f\ Q C\ 

4i , u jy 


3,678 


42.6 


10.1 


47.3 


a 


Charles 


22,621,273 


8,432,719 


2,470,253 


11,384,203 


179,351 


154, 747 


37.3 


10.9 


51.1 


" 0.7 


Dorchester 


8,719,552 


3,057,711 


1,267,502 


4,360,932 


4,460 


28,947 


35. 1 


14.5 


50.1 


0.3 


r LtULl A- in. 


?7 ?7? 65? 


8,554,408 


2,902,492 


15,915,072 


(284,159) 


184, 839 


31.4 


10.6 


57.3 


0.7 


Garrett 


7,022,764 


3,310,425 


1,110,718 


2,555,741 


5,632 


40,248 


47. 1 


15.8 


36.5 


0.6 


Harford 


39,328,848 


14,853,269 


3,660,419 


20,432,210 


382,950 




37.8 


9.3 


52.9 




Howard 


37,435,898 


8,298,201 


1,763,408 


26,970,200 


404,089 




22.2 


4.7 


73. 1 




Kent 


5,146,615 


1,848,331 


513,345 


2,691,616 


76,420 


16,903 


35.9 


10.0 


53.8 


0.3 


Montgomery 


224,001,238 


33,192,952 


17,478,309 


171,045,281 


2,280,817 


3,879 


14.8 


7.8 


77.4 


a 


Prince George's 


211,784,841 


56,065,318 


21,738,766 


131,462,365 


2,365,733 


152,659 


26.5 


10.2 


63. 2 


0. 1 


Queen Anne' s 


5,869,766 


2,141,060 


793,361 


2,913,464 


21,525 


356 


36.5 


13.5 


50.0 


a 


St. Mary's 


15,681,648 


6,561,077 


2,912,231 


6,095,819 


102,983 


9,538 


41.8 


18.6 


39.5 


0.1 


Somerset 


5,418,602 


2,312,125 


1,446,928 


1,624,625 


23,567 


11,357 


42.7 


26.7 


30.4 


0.2 


Talbot 


6,672,232 


1,497,705 


483,732 


4,641,076 


47,205 


2,514 


22.4 


7.3 


70.3 


a 


Washington 


30,042,793 


10,071,285 


3,889,851 


16,012,117 


17,306 


52,234 


33.5 


12.9 


53.4 


0.2 


Wicomico 


16,432,924 


6,767,849 


1,610,992 


7,705,647 


320,778 


27,658 


41.2 


9.8 


48.8 


0.2 • 


Worcester 


8,894,376 


1,803,385 


867,751 


6,174,170 


28,902 


20,168 


20.3 


9.8 


69.7 


0. 2 



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



TABLE 

114 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non~ 
revenue 


1 ; i ' ■ - ■ 1 


Other 


Total State 


$175,913,255 


9 Ijj , Jy 1 , J Z Z 


699 197 
9 Z Z , LA/ 


tit 1 Q9 9 QQ 


e/./.Q TOD 

, zoo 


$3,847,129 


ft ft l 


r 


Q <^ 


7 


Allegany 


5,003,941 


4,962,396 




39,831 


- 


1,714 


99. 2 


- 


0.8 




Anne Arunde 1 


5,811,148 


a i o n ft o 




1,056,110 


- 


34,656 


ft 1 7 

O 1 • L 




1 ft ") 

10 • I 


U . 


Baltimore City 


25,731,063 






- 


- 


2,127,965 


Qi "T 

y i . / 




Q 7 




Baltimore 


14,797,142 


11 JQA 7 ^n 




3,363,500 


- 


36,892 


/ / . U 




7 7 7 


7 


Calvert 


5,159,190 


A QQ O qnn 
H , OV lyjVi 




HO ,DJD 




218,005 


QA Q 




1 . u 




Caroline 


3,736,126 


3,630,258 


- 


50,346 


- 


55,522 


97.2 


- 


1.3 


1.5 




1 1 865 500 


11,621, DUD 




240,998 


- 


2,997 






9 1 

Z . 1 


/ 


Cecil 


3,641,900 


i /. i q "7 t;n 

JyHLOy 1 DV 




217,900 


- 


5,241 


Q 9 Q 
7J. 7 




O . U 


1 


Charles 


10,322,222 


10, 154, 305 




144, 395 




23,522 


90. H 




1.4 


A 9 

. Z 


Dorchester 


7,203,802 


7,203,802 








- 


100.0 








Frederick 


12,011,848 


10,966,715 




1,012,938 


12,454 


19,741 


91.3 




8.5 


0.2 


Garrett 


5,798,792 


5,796,922 








1,870 


99.9 






0. 1 


Harford 


1,815,127 


1,621,149 




193,978 






89.3 




10.7 




Howard 


15,685,561 


15,250,348 






389,053 


46,160 


97.2 




2.5 


0.3 


Kent 


1,108,504 


1,098,121 








10,383 


99.1 






0.9 


Montgomery 


24, 188,379 


14,780,359 




9,394,500 


4,550 


8,970 


61.1 




38.9 


/ 


Prince George's 


9,665,101 


8,449,537 






34,500 


1,181,064 


87.4 




0.4 


12.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


22,663 


5,530 




15,000 




2,133 


24.4 




66. 2 


9.4 


St. Mary's 


3,800,835 


3,799,350 








1,485 


99.9 






0. 1 


Somerset 


538,595 


536,375 








2,220 


99.6 






0.4 


Talbot 


1,454,950 


1,454,935 








15 


99.9 






0. 1 


Washington 


3,237,444 


3,082,950 


16,566 


129,197 


8,73,1 




95.2 


0.5 


4.3 




Wicomico 


929,895 


877,447 


5,561 


32,451 




14,436 


94.4 


0.6 


3.5 


1.5 


Worcester 


2,383,527 


2,073,809 




257,580 




52, 138 


87.0 




10.8 


2.2 



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



TABLE 

115 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


LiULlL CV C LI lie 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


local jt-difc 


4 1 n 1 9 74 9^1 


$53,113,455 


$ - 




$47,677,550 


$258, 133 


$175,793 


52.5 


_ 


47.3 


0.2 


Allegany 




494, 108 






133,323 


- 




78.8 




21.2 




Anne Arundel 


9,488,485 


2,507,521 






6,980,964 


- 


- 


26.4 




73.6 




Baltimore City 


24,381,544 


13,090,517 


- 




11,291,027 


- 


- 


53.7 


_ 


46.3 




Da i u imo r e 




11,557,100 


- 




5,155,441 


■ 




69. 2 


_ 


30.8 




Laiver l 




170,542 






300,517 






36. 2 


_ 


63.8 


_ 


Caroline 


too c in 


303,314 






80,216 


- 




79. 1 




20.9 




Carroll 


1,416,768 


313,093 






1,103,675 


- 


_ 


22.1 




77.9 




Cecil 


1,014,539 


631,961 






382,578 


- 


- 


62.3 


_ 


37.7 




Charles 




826,277 






813,618 






50.4 


_ 


49.6 


_ 


Dorches ter 




297,535 






8,167 






97.4 


- 


2.6 


- 


Frederick 


2,535,584 


1,192,044 






1,343,540 






47.0 




53.0 




Garrett 


157,526 


157,526 












100.0 








Harford 


3,084,290 


1,453,961 






1,441,316 


189,013 




47.1 




52.9 




Howard 


2,401,478 


769,350 






1/632, 128 






32.0 




68.0 




Kent 


374,160 


50,725 






323,435 






13.5 




86.5 




Montgomery 


11,876,668 


5,714,140 






6,093,408 


69,120 




48. 1 




51.9 




Prince George' s 


18,942,057 


10,916,220 






8,025,837 






57.6 




42.4 




Queen Anne' s 


304,757 


262,768 






41,989 






86.2 




13.8 




St. Mary's 


499,058 


224,856 






274,202 






45. 1 




54.9 




Somerset 


274,933 


136,813 






138,120 






49.8 




50.2 




Talbot 


595,070 


285,289 






309,781 






47.9 




52.1 




Washington 


2,028,870 


989,422 






1,039,448 






48.8 




51.2 




Wicomico 


1,075,764 


706,991 






192,980 




175,793 


65.7 




17.9 


16.4 ■ 


Worcester 


633,222 


61,382 






571,840 






9.7 




90.3 





Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1975-76 











Current Expenses 




Local Unit 


Total 
State 
Funds 


State Share 
of Current 
Expense 


Current 
Expense 
Incentive 
Aid 


Transpor- 
tation 


School 
Commu- 

ity 
Centers 


Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Adult 
Education 


Driver 
Educa tion 


Instruc- 
tiona 1 
Televison 


Food 
Services 


Other* 


to 


1 State 


$665,962,897 


$252,871,322 


$- 


$46,935,636 


$584,975 


$39,226,832 


$268,214 


$3,311,346 


$44,979 


$3,800, 122 


$15,434,372 




Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Ba 1 timore 
Calvert 


14,757,600 
45,268,654 
148,211,325 

/ / j J JU j ODD 

9,034,059 


5,784,748 
23,601,890 
61,744,010 

Vi , JOZ , 70 L 

2,200,033 


- 


1,288,171 

4 , U y L , H7 J. 

5,246,355 
5,379,670 
800,000 


18,201 

160,829 
8,606 


355,977 

1 1 1 "7 Oil 

2, 137,811 
11,597,899 
3,889,449 
189,073 


16,973 
40,095 
53,542 
3,500 


84,448 
250, 575 
329,030 
401,336 

35,750 


42,000 
2,979 


123,099 
41,085 
2,016,257 

144,714 
27,044 


68,938 
78, 338 
13,709,977 
640,097 
4,767 




Caroline 
Carroll 
Cecil 
Lnar les 
Dorchester 


7,306*418 
22,032,202 
11,562,568 

11,210,982 


2,093,556 
5,788,757 
4,825,398 

C (ID All 

J,OlO,UlJ 

2,051, 108 


- 


589,597 
1 , 624, 678 

953,227 
1,758,495 

613,141 


18,629 
17,738 


173,415 
830, 342 
472,329 
808,243 
314,188 


1,960 
9,003 
3,312 
223 
3,500 


22,672 
86,450 
53,040 
77,051 
29,250 


- 


14,270 
27,137 
53,473 
97,419 
41,081 


25,912 
50,337 

2,027 
73,275 

5,443 




Frederick 

Garrett 

rlarford 

Howard 

sent 


22,805,024 
• : 9,730,746 
21,145,293 
26,870,454 
3,346,293 


6,304,854 
2,218,921 
11,226,161 
5,097,641 
1,058,592 




1,447,390 
763,508 
2,121,953 
1,516,314 
410,786 


18,874 
18,000 
31,868 

16,405 


582,254 
206,977 
1,214,805 
1,530,752 
290,644 


11,994 
5,800 


80,145 
26,104 
123,110 
64,740 
20,930 




65,745 
70,435 
117,323 
37,316 
14,558 


43,152 
6,480 
18,049 
51,438 
30,616 




Montgomery 
Prince George' s 
}ueen Anne' s 
5t. Mary's 
Somerset 


70,487,775 
91,407,168 

2,835,716 
11,670,678 

3,335,917 


21,360,938 
40,909,583 
1,277,516 
4,447,565 
1,724,213 




4,931,439 
7,422,259 

612,153 
1,340,946 

443,500 


54,902 
139,337 
18,000 


5,862,221 
6,402,727 
189,785 
418,663 
58,012 


57,175 
24,697 
5,604 
9,292 
9,444 


622,731 
702,715 
2ft, 709 
49,855 
19,000 




192,020 
449,305 
17,293 
92,005 
56,868 


111,526 
14,695 

202,751 
1,088 




Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


3,750,834 
16,392,521 
9,644,379 
4,578,726 


864,593 
7,794,591 
4,612,721 

902,958 




354,751 
1,245,807 
1,300,105 

678,900 


20,000 
30,110 
13,476 


232,658 
774,824 
504,045 
189,739 


5, 100 

1 3,500 
3,500 


18,720 
115,427 
49,270 
28,288 




101,675 


1,883 
8,851 
284,732 



*E:Lanation on following pages. 



TABLE 



116 





Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School 


Purposes: 1975-76 






Paid Direct by State 


School Construction and Debt Service 


Local Unit 


Teachers ' 


Teacher s ' 








Retirement 


Social 


Construction 


Debt Service 




Sy s tern 


Secur i ty 






Total State 


$54,225,411 


$40,748,911 


$155,397,322 


$53, 113,455 


Allegany 


881,552 


695,962 


4,962,396 


494, 108 


Anne Arundel 


4,378,116 


3,443,472 


4,720,382 


2,507,521 


Baltimore City 


9,349,013 


7,282,245 


23,603,098 


13,090,517 


Bal timore 


O CO/ / T f\ 

8, 584, 479 


6, 132, 161 


11, 396 , 750 


11 CCT 1AA 

11,557, 100 


Calvert 


400,438 


307 ,404 


4,892,529 


170,542 


Caroline 


251,982 


199,482 


3,630,258 


303, 314 


Carroll 


922,902 


7 39,369 


11,621,505 


313,093 


Cecil 


632,909 


498,404 


3,418,750 


631,961 


Charles 


901,526 


711,872 


10,154,305 


826,277 


Dorche s ter 


374,369 


277,565 


7 , 203,802 


297,535 


Frederick 


1 1 7Q ^7fi 


q l 9 A Q 1 

7 Li j HO 1 






Garrett 


266,709 


199,164 


5,796,922 


157,526 


Harford 


1,812,381 


1,404,533 


1,621,149 


1,453,961 


nu wa l u 


1,422,210 


1,130,345 


15,250,348 


769,350 


Kent 


197,015 


152,101 


1,098,121 


50,725 


Montgomery 


9,870,787 


6,929,537 


14,780,359 


5,714,140 


Prince George 1 s 


9,134,329 


6,841,764 


8,449,537 


10,916,220 


Queen Anne ' s 


238,576 


187,782 


5,530 


262,768 


St. Mary's 


605,480 


479,915 


3,799,350 


224,856 


Somerset 


207,256 


143,348 


536,375 


136,813 


Talbot 


284,052 


228,853 


1,454,935 


285,289 


Washington 


1,266,630 


982 234 


3,082,950 


989,422 


Wicomico 


713,886 


578,206 


877,447 


706,991 


Worcester 


349,438 


290,712 


2,073,809 


61,382 



TABLE 

116 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Current Expenses" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Allegany 


Adult Basic Education 


$ 4,604 


Cecil 


Curriculum Workshops 


$ 2,027 




Adult Learning 


6, 204 










Regional Educational Service Agency 


26,561 


Charles 


Miscellaneous 


73, 2/5 




Vocational Education 


15,000 










Workshops 


2,917 


Dorchester 


Miscel laneous 


5,443 




Miscellaneous 


13,652 














Frederick 


Quality Improvement Project 


2,446 


Anne Arundel 


Apprenticeship 


18,806 




School Bus Scheduling 


39,683 




Miscellaneous 


59,532 




Miscel laneous 


1 ,023 


Baltimore City 


Continuum 


184,536 


Garrett 


WIN Project 


1,675 


Density Aid 


11,905,013 




Workshop 


4,805 




Early Education for the Hearing Impaired 


52,253 










Early Identification and Intervention 


5,633 


Harford 


Early Identification 


3,000 




Elementary Secondary Education Act 


291, 333 




Kindergarten Workshop 


A fi "7 




Gifted and Talented 


1,397 




Vocational Education 


10,000 




Pre-Retirement or Alternatives 


661 




Youth Conservation Corps 


4, 562 




Severely Handicapped in Nonpublic Schools 


1,232,000 










Vocational Education 


37,048 


Hf -ard 


Pilot Study 


40,000 




Vocational Rehabilitation 


73 




Quality Improvement Project 


1 1 , <4 JO 








Kent 


Miscel laneous 


J (J , 1 / 


Baltimore 


Construction Engineer Service 


20,322 






2,864 




Special State Projects 


D IS* , / / J 


Montgomery 


Auditorv early toucation 








Highly Able Readers 


1, 172 










Identification and Instruction for 




Calvert 


Career Workshops 


1,785 




Learning 


9,025 




Guidance 


1,782 




Maryland Regional Center for the Arts 


42,500 




Reading Priorities 


1,200 




System Design 


1,393 








Test Process and Analysis 


37,422 


Caroline 


Miscel laneous 


25,912 




Youth Advocacy 


17,090 










Miscellaneous 


60 


Carroll 


Early Identification and Testing 


45,337 










Quality Improvement Project 


5,000 









Detailed Explanation of "Other Current Expenses" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



TABLE 

116 



Local Unit Purpose Funds 

Prince George's Continuum Special Education $ 2,472 

Early Identification and Intervention 7,389 

Video Tape Service 4,834 

St. Mary's Adult Education 5,000 

Early Childhood Education 185,238 

Elementary Art Teacher Training 12,513 

Somerset Miscellaneous 1,088 

Talbot Workshops 1,883 

Washington Miscellaneous 8,851 

Wicomico Computerized Instruction Vocational 5,476 

Highly Able Readers 582 

Institute Migrant Cross Culture Communication 20,907 

Media In-Service Program 555 
Migrant Identification and Recruitment 

Center 1,317 

Special State Project 1,000 

Welding Program 2,033 
Washington Education Center for Learning 

Problems 223,887 

Miscellaneous 28,975 



TABLE 

117 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Federal 
Funds 


Vocational Education 


School 
Br eak.f as t , 
School Lunch, 
and 

Child Nutrition 


Assistance to 
Impacted Areas 

(P.L. 874) 


Manpower 
Deve lopment 
and 

Training Act 


N.D.E.A. 

Title 
III 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Cons truc- 
tion 


Total State 


$121,636,831 


90 , U J J , Z / / 


COO 107 
9 LL , III 


$26,774,010 


$33,835,084 


$1,748 


$348,469 


Allegany 


2, 181 , 457 


AA1 A7ft 




813,452 


60,545 


- 


19,820 


Anne Arundel 


10, 148,959 


411,496 


_ 


1,443,681 


4,703,838 


• 


20,311 


Baltimore City 


31,715,680 


541,676 


- 


10,059,569 


759,948 




123,604 


Baltimore 


7,084,330 


933,656 




1,388,699 


913,898 




40,603 


Calvert 


1,284,771 


f\7 Q7A 

O / , 7 / H 




307,408 


138,085 


- 


1,537 


Caroline 


V JJ , HOD 


100 ,232 




215,317 






1,959 


Carroll 


1 o/,c 1 1 t 
1 , 04J , 10 


147,118 


- 


1 1. 9 CIO 

342 ,512 


155,214 




4,893 


Cecil 


1 <^AQ 9./. 7 
I , ->UO , JH / 


189,070 


- 


07A £OQ 
J /O , O LO 


286 , 163 




4, 524 


Charles 


2,470,253 


82,574 




683,883 


821,261 


_ 


5,506 


Dorchester 


1,267,502 


109,653 




259,174 


- 


- 


1,858 


Frederick 


9 QH 9 AQ 9 


214,149 




D J 1 , UU J 


A7ft A 1 ft 
4/UjOlO 




C C 9 7 
J ,JLI 


Garrett 


1 Tin 7 1 Q 
1 , 1 1U , / lo 


50,846 




O O Q A 7 A 

zyo , U /U 






7 QIC 

7,815 


Harford 


3,660,419 


142,717 




982,701 


1,362,203 




9,901 


Howard 


1,763,408 


136,146 




379,625 


708,123 




10,868 


Kent 


513,345 


105,679 




116,814 






784 


Montgomery 


17,478,309 


646,802 




2,048,716 


11,603,990 




44,376 


Prince George' s 


21,738,766 


698,607 




3,848,755 


10,018,564 


1,748 


30,831 


Queen Anne 1 s 


793,361 


129,159 




162,047 






1,044 


St. Mary's 


2,912,231 


217,601 




556,577 


1,17,6,598 




4,130 


Somerset 


1,446,928 


82,903 




171,944 


",336 




1,732 


Talbot 


483,732 


41,644 




95,658 






620 


Washington 


3,906,417 


220,114 


16,566 


953,203 


597,909 






Wicomico 


1,616,553 


209,903 


5,561 


354,051 


15,544 




4,000 


Worcester 


867,751 


91,888 




284,521 


40,247 




2,226 



TABLE 

117 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 





Elementary and Secondary Education Act 


m 


Local Unit 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Title 


Refugee 




I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


VI 


Assistance 


Total State 


6 Q *3 C. OO O Q Q 

y j j j .50 y Joy 


9Z , J70 , / 4V 


y Z , J ZO , 4HJ 


^ 9A1 QQ7 


Q7 9 


yl j O / U j JUJ 


$106,618 


Al legany 


690 S9Q 


30 , 505 


52 997 








1,200 


Anne Arundel 


1,406,806 


181,932 


206,228 


- 


- 


349,418 


15,681 


Baltimore City 


17,171,707 


946,012 


172,358 


45,528 


- 


613,047 


- 


Ba 1 timor e 


1 R3R 7?9 


223,952 


206 836 


14, 366 








Calvert 


7AA AAA 
■JH-0 y HDD 


R RRQ 


17 9 n ^9 








- 


Caroline 


A71 Tft 9 


?R ni 




in 7 1 f> 






422 


Carroll 


325,567 


20,795 


96,994 






150,282 


- 


Cecil 


388,041 


19,748 


111,592 


19,618 




- 




Char le s 


COO 7C/. 

J J J , / 


on t 

J7 , OU Z 










3,883 


Dorchester 


/.or, 009 


1 ^ oil 
J. J , Z 1 1 








TO Q1 Q 


1,878 


Frederick 


559,890 


77,751 


290,228 


21,133 


10,305 


62,668 


521 


Garrett 


360,743 


24,314 


176,000 


9, 171 




65,133 




Har rord 


665,312 


56,785 


174,546 


65,791 






11, / UU 


Howard 


204,965 


36,379 


101,217 






13,570 


3,102 


Kent 


149,540 


6,898 










298 


Montgomery 


1,349,562 


365,563 


380,984 




8,011 


139,587 




Prince George 1 s 


3,243,174 


323,432 






6,836 




60,969 


Queen Anne' s 


258,435 


7,316 




4,674 




138,027 


364 


St. Mary's 


629,031 


86,630 


23,251 


26,652 




40,000 




Somerset 


518,671 


8,838 


266,843 


9,132 


5,820 


18,954 




Talbot 


218,573 


11,069 










3,600 


Washington 


918,228 


25,391 












Wicomico 


627,746 


42,849 


95,185 








3,000 


Worcester 


351,146 


10,873 




7,149 









117 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



T at a 1 I In i 1" 


Economic Opportunity Act 


Emergency 

Schoo 1 
Assistance 
Act 


Educa tion 
Professions 
Development 
Act 


Comprehensive 

Employment 
and Training 
Act 


Work 
Incentive 
Program 


Other* 


Head 
Start 


Neighborhood 
Youth 

Corps 


Adult 

Basic 
Education 


Total State 


$987,534 


$845,818 


$975,697 


$2,556,933 


$668,342 


$5,039,016 


$25,797 


$2,707,308 


Al legany 


- 


54,678 


30,711 


- 


- 


- 


25,797 


9,553 


Anne Arundel 




415,082 


71,395 


756,450 


- 


- 


- 


166,641 


Baltimore City 


- 




215,100 


- 


668,347 


341,280 


- 


57,504 


Ba 1 timor e 


- 


- 


112,549 






1 1 i. ly l7l 




1 AQ Q C 1 


Calvert 


- 


- 


22,707 


- 


- 


167,777 


- 


3,833 


Caroline 






15,715 


- 


- 


91,728 


- 


- 


Carroll 


26 , 328 


121 792 


16 , 304 


- 


- 


- 


- 


437,817 


Cecil 






16,524 


- 


- 


96,439 


- 




Lnar les 


- 


135,011 


28,933 










1 J.J I OHO 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


13,707 


.59,963 


_ 


_ 




84,693 


Frederick 






65, 282 


148,007 


(5) 


288,116 


- 


57,297 


Garrett 








- 


- 


118,626 


- 


- 


Harford 
















188,763 


Howard 




119,255 












50,158 


Kent 






18,745 






74,587 




40,000 


Montgomery 


550,146 




84,000 






105,923 




150,649 


Prince George' s 


288,121 




136,615 


1,392,513 




1,312,745 




375,856 


Queen Anne 1 s 






13,829 






78,466 






St. Mary's 






9,828 






O 141,933 






Somerset 






9,268 






73,167 




277,320 


Talbot 






14,048 






80,080 




18,440 


Washington 


122,939 




46,733 






542,467 




462,867 


Wicomico 






24,865 






193,629 




40,220 


Worces ter 






8,839 






70,862 







'-Explanation on following page. 

5jp 



TABLI 

117 

Detailed Explanation of "Other Federal Receipts" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 




Fund s 


Allegany 


Career Education Centers 


$ 9,553 


Frederick 


Comprehensive Manpower Information System 


$ 635 










Disruptive Youth 


23,957 


Anne Arundel 


American Indian Program 


a on 




Highly Able Readers 


379 




Career Education 


i JO , J04 




Non-food Assistance 


1,480 




Certification Workshop 


1 OA 
J , 1 ZD 




Parent Infant Stimulation 


4,918 










Reading Early Identification and ITV 




DdlLlUlCJLc \_iXUy 


T DM q f^Vio"»"0/3 \Ti ireo 


AD 7 




Workshop 


3, 515 




Service for Pregnant Girls 


R A flQ 7 
JO , o 7 / 




Youth Conservation Corps 


22,413 


Ba 1 timor e 


Llvli KlgntS ACL 


i 1 Ofl \ 


narioru 


Indian History 


2, 134 




Eastern Regional Development Center 


1^1 AAA 




Youth Work Experience 


186 ,629 




Emergency Employment 


^ 7 ^ \ 














Howard 


Drug Education 


3, 609 


^a lver t 


Nonfood Assistance 


i fin 

J,OJJ 




Youth Work Experience 


46 , 549 


Larro J. J. 


Career Development 


ti inn 

jj, jyy 


Kent 


Continuum - Special Education 


40 , 000 




Communicative Arts 


i o nun 
i z , you 










Continuum 


jy , y yu 


Montgomery 


American Indian 


3, 305 




Developer Demonstration 


45 , 364 




Continuum 


39, 238 




Drop-out Project 


30,517 




Intergroup Relations 


80,088 




Early Identification 


42, 264 




Test Procedures and Analysis 


7,490 




Law Education 


63,846 




Vocational Rehabilitation 


20,528 




Project CAN 


80,390 










Project PREP 


60,229 


Prince George 1 s 


Adult Resource Center 


25,371 




Vocational Assessment 


28,601 




Continuum 


30,769 




Workstudy Transportation 


237 




Early Identification 


126,179 










Emotionally Impaired 


105,524 


Charles 


Continuum (Pre-School) 


28,483 




Parent Infant 


12,058 




Indian Assistance Act 


2, 176 




R0TC 


48,909 




Industrial Training 


105,187 




Training Teachers for Handicapped-VIB 


22,731 










Youth Conservation Corps 


4,315 


Dorchester 


Adult Continuing Education 


28,553 










Highly Able Readers 


361 


Somerset 


Civil Rights Act 


277,320 




Migrant Workshop 


55,7-79 









Detailed Explanation of "Other Federal Receipts" as Summarized on the Preceding Table. 



TABLE 

117 



Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Talbot 


Rehab i 1 i tat ion 


S 18 440 


Washington 


Career Education 

Early Childhood Development 

IRC Remodeling 

Outdoor Education Recreation 
Preventive Health 
Speak Out Issues 
Summer Feeding 

Washington County Intervention Project 
Work Experience Career Exploration Program 
Miscellaneous 


106,931 
245,123 
30,027 
16,566 
29,441 
5,014 
804 
29,035 
(74) 
1,000 


Wicomico 


Continuum 
Indian Training 


40,000 
220 



TABLE 

118 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Disburse- 
ments 


Interest 
for Debt 
Service 


Capital 
Outlay 


Outgoing Transfers 


Current Expenses 


To Other 
School 
Units 


Tuition- 

IT J * _ _ J 

Handicapped 
Children 


School 
Breakfast, 
School Lunch, 
Special Milk. 


Total 
Current 
Expenses 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Total State 


$1,582,280,035 


$36,283,323 


$202,478,441 


4 l a o An r 

9 ID Z , *4U J 




4 OA R7 A 101 

9 JU , 3 /H , 1-51 


C 1 OA A CO! c/,c 

9I, JUH , 3o J, 34-3 


(Ot t AOO OA/ 

9063 , 62o , 364 




41 A ACO A 1 A 


Allegany 


7 7^7 Q A 
Z 1 , / 3 / , ZOt 


1 OQ 1 Ql 
1 £7 , J.O / 


c i in Q 1 7 
J, LIU, 7 i. / 




11 000 

I 1 , ZZ Z 


Q A R R 1 


01 R A Q AA7 

Z 1 , 307 , HV 1 


1A A R O R A 7 

1H, U3Z , 3U / 




127,172 


Anne Arundel 


130,987,653 


3,575,252 


0/, AQO AAA 

ZH , to J , uuo 




OQ 0. 1 1 


1 A S5 A 7 A A 
1 , tOH , / 00 


1A1 1RO OIQ 

1U1 , 13Z , Jlo 


7A TIC (\cn 

/U, 2-53, 93o 




797,003 


Baltimore City 


ft QQQ £/.A 

Zoj , 070 , OHU 


in aq o i ^ i 
1U , U7 Z , 131 


OA AAA QAfi 
ZD , OOU , VUO 


_ 


1,392,610 


12,075,826 


233,677,145 


154,480,692 




2,022,435 


Baltimore 


")1 o 7 A 7 AIT 

ZlJ,/U/,UlJ 


/. Q Q A 1 A 

H, 07Z, olH 


10 A Q 7 A07 
I J, HO / , OZ / 


- 


741,569 


1,533,413 


193,051,790 


130,599,478 




1,127,341 


Calvert 


16,148,292 


213,226 


5,242,627 




A A RA 
O , UJU 


Ol/i /■ R 

jj4 , 4JZ 


1A R 1 Q07 
1U , 33 1 , 7 J / 


A A R A R A A 
O , 030 , 3'4U 




70,017 


Caro 1 ine 


1 A £ £ C ni 1 


loo nm 
1 Z 5 , UU / 


O Q 1 A R A 7 
J , 10 , 3U / 




AA 

J , zut 


OOO 

ZZV , JO / 


A AOO 7 A O 
, H7 Z , /UO 


A A 7 R O O 
4, U / i , 3 JO 




53,669 


Carroll 


JO , 1Z J , VOO 


530 ,056 


IO AOO AA1 

12, UZZ , 6U 1 


A A R R 




JO V , D47 


00 1 R 7 107 

ZJ , 13 / , 1 Z / 


] c OOO R A 7 

13 , J JZ , 37 / 




249,607 


Cecil 


1 Q TO/, AQ 1 

iy , / o4 ,y 


o /. o o l c; 
ZHZ , 713 


A A R O O 1 
J , , OJi 




56,641 


430,101 


15,609,444 


10,092,841 




100,492 


Charles 


, J Z 1 , 1H 


£ 1 OAR 

OjLf ZH3 


1A RAO OR! 

i-U , )Oj , ZD 1 


26,561 


15,513 


781,302 


23,303,742 


14,594,912 




191,232 


Dorchester 


16,645,540 


75,537 


7,317,737 






A A 

JUL) , 233 


O OKI All 

o , 90Z ,U 1 1 


C ATA A C 1 
J , 9 /U , 9 J J 




51,184 


Frederick 


/ O /£/ 111 

42,464, 221 


833, 141 


12, 217 , 334 


21, 743 


54, 647 


696 , 750 


28,640,606 


19, 234, 556 




170,055 


Garrett 


io o a a AO* 
13, 249 ,U Ji 


OA O 1 A 

20 , 216 


C A O A Oil 

5,930, 311 


20,970 




368,505 


6,909,029 


4, 275,429 




37,151 


Harford 


46,683,830 


1,097 , 288 


1,876,807 




73,483 


1,100,024 


42,536,228 


28,804,999 




295,344 


H AT»7a T* A 

ILL/ W a L LI 


55, 160, 299 


945,815 


16 117 9?9 




235,940 


416,940 


37,443,675 


24,076,648 




127,406 


Kent 


6,694,734 


119,509 


1,213,544 




39,204 


131,372 


5,191,105 


3,236,146 




48,655 


Montgomery 


263,874,035 


4,328,319 


22,030,915 




4,136,999 


2,240,736 


231,137,066 


154,168,522 




2,926,904 


Prince George's 


247,014,089 


6,745,772 


11,224,374 




1,070,686 


4,298,060 


223,675,197 


145,819,212 




1,120,762 


Queen Anne 1 s 


6,643,784 


84,625 


220,008 


24,620 


18,748 


179,340 


6,116,443 


3,896,976 




26,355 


St. Mary's 


20,992,593 


106,962 


4,298,163 






648,582 


15,938,886 


10,079,341 




194,189 


Somerset 


5,883,500 


58,187 


106,070 


21,850 


13,276 


228,812 


5,455,305 


3,511,342 




33,581 


Talbot 


8,699,745 


156,961 


1,527,553 




5,473 


95,658 


6,914,100 


4,663,760 




72,674 


Washington 


41,879,795 


646,837 


9,436,445 






1,054,878 


30,741,635 


20,088,145 




110,315 


Wicomico 


20,015,131 


422,442 


1,772,668 




23,794 


354,051 


17,442,176 


11,608,169 




76,531 


Worcester 


11,983,281 


212,059 


2,355,308 


108 


6,820 


284,521 


9,124,465 


6,075,103 




• 25,534 



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Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



TABLE 

118 



ocal Unit 



Current Expenses (continued) 



Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 

and 
Equipment 


• 

Mainte— 

Ilea tlC c Ul 

PI an |- 
rldlll. 


Dnm' 1 
L L alio 

T\ r\v t~ Q t~ 1 f\T\ 
JJ L> I Lcl L1UU 


Admin- 
istration 


Fixed 
Charges* 


Food 
Services/ 


D I U'H 11 L. 

Body 
rtC tivi lies 


Community 
Services 


$2,994,362 


$127,932,326 


$45,233,192 


$57,169,339 


$34, 137,489 


$149,124,488 


$2,578,859 


$3,0o5,o03 


$6,616,913 


fJ, 103 


7 m mi 

I , 1 / J , 3UH 


7ftO 1 1 


1 979 9AA 

1 1 L L Z , ZOO 


4 JU , 7*40 


7 ADS ftftA 
Z , OU J , ooo 


7ft Q7 S 
ZO , 7 / 3 




1 AA Q7A 
L vH , O / H 




O , 03 Z , Uol 


9 A7A 7AZi 


A 7 OA 7 


7 All ft A 7 
Z , 1 1 , OOZ 


in A 7 7 1 70. 
1U , D J Z , 1/7 






TCI 777 

'31, ILL 


cio /, a a 
31J,hUU 


Zo , 1 JU , U J7 


7 9 ^ A ^ 7 ^ 


O } / L , ZOZ 


A ft 1 ft QQQ 
, U 10 , 7O7 


77 1 A o inn 
Z / , 1UZ , J7U 


A QQ QIC 

070 , O 1 J 


/UO , Z70 


7 7. 7 7A 

J J, Z JU 


703,248 


19,710,403 


8,557,870 


5,926,160 


3,869,799 


21,610,899 


188,440 


139,500 


618,652 


30,934 


877,743 


257,829 


836,701 


262,402 


1,126,944 


22,902 


55,521 


127,602 


A C All 

43 , 431 


oiz , zvy 


ice a a o 
133 , 0U0 


A. 7 TOO 

11 y 151 


1 A 1 QCA 

1H1 , 7 JH 


A £ A Q OO 

000 , 0Z7 


7 7 c. a i 
51 , J4 1 


IK 7 in 
13 , / ZU 


A. 7 7fl 7 
O / , JO / 


27 , 565 


i a o o oil 

1 , 983 , 323 


C £ □ A 1 A 

300 , U JH 


1 , 004,012 


37H , 1h 


T A A A A O C 
Z , '♦HO , HO J 


2 , 000 


119,869 


1^7 7 £ 1 

lb / , Jo 1 


26,904 


1, 567 ,036 


516, 732 


i m O 1 Q O 

1,010, 133 


/.AC 1 O Q 

403 , ZZO 


l tic am 
1 , 6 35 , 093 


H Q C C 
23,033 


89 , 044 


17 1 1 Q 1 

1 J 1 , ZO 1 


4,127 


2,191,102 


669,016 


1,868,541 


573,577 


2,436,426 


312,012 


82,415 


380,382 


20,158 


730,203 


291,065 


631,221 


252,663 


961,283 


8,012 


32,541 


2,728 


30,051 


2,529,679 


930,925 


1,673,610 


706 , 177 


3,222, 160 


62, 784 


5,732 


74,877 


15,808 


447 , 940 


240, 348 


802, 365 


154, 232 


776,698 


A Q 7 A A 
HO , /90 


9 , 447 


1 AA Oil 

1UU , OZl 


213,613 


3,734,687 


1,521,875 


2,152,958 


906,425 


4,528,889 




345,570 


31,868 


157,151 


4,106,968 


1,180,983 


1,910,958 


831,814 


3,793,449 


138,690 


289, 160 


830,448 


14,110 


460,479 


256,606 


444,095 


103,926 


524,66-' 




36,353 


66,069 


27,192 


21,439,100 


7,481,461 


7,454,408 


6,797,554 


29,187,021 


668,426 




986,478 


884,874 


22,320,962 


8,923,275 


11,220,189 


5,511,577 


26,309,017 




985,882 


579,447 


23,008 


443,909 


233,917 


654,908 


101,448 


669,471 


5,290 




61,161 


23,260 


1,372,547 


758,408 


1,310,792 


381,604 


1,526,971 


132,149 


50,624 


109,001 


19,832 


467,958 


159,904 


478,803 


125,086 


538,448 


. 25,000 


15,308 


80,043 


14,419 


568,452 


208,452 


366,868 


153,128 


730,871 


21,322 


37,040 


77,114 




3,086,996 


983,874 


1,326,814 


756,661 


3,372,466 






1,016,364 


126,738 


1,383,478 


494,011 


1,330,158 


293,424 


1,844,799 


102,923 


25,250 


156,695 


29,374 


741,439 


331,530 


740,830 


152,397 


874,348 


48,073 


44,529 


■ bl, 308 



;■ State 

llegany 
nne Arundel 
altimore City 
altimore 
alver t 

aroline 

arroll 

ecil 

harles 

orchester 

rederick 
arrett 
arf ord 
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ent 

ontgomery 
rince George ' s 
ueen Anne' s 
t. Mary's 
omerset 

albot 
ashing ton 
icomico 
orcester 



•In udes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security paid direct by State. 

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



TABLE 

119 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Total Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$865,628, 


364 


$815,388,391 


$6,548,060 


$38,395, 


430 


$10,013,877 


$5,245,321 


$23,136,232 


$5,296,483 


A 1 1 ci ct q nif 


14,052, 


507 


13,008,073 


77 , 390 


1 OH , 


Q66 




152, 770 


163,533 


468,663 


189 078 


Ann o Afiinno 1 


70,235, 


958 


65,933,984 


473, 761 


~> > > 


~J JO 


I 


689 467 


487,718 


1,273,151 


377,877 


Da X LllllUl C L.y 


154,480, 


692 


147 ,028, 258 


1 , 537 ,729 




(17 7 


1 


827,690 


177,823 


3,618,564 


290 628 


Da 1 LllUU L t 


130,599, 


478 


124, 256, 318 


567,293 


L 68 9 




1 


,412,192 


490 , oil 


O 7 71 a a o 
2 , / / J , UUB 


1,093,830 


Calvert 


6,656, 


540 


6,073,770 


59,885 


483, 


223 




77 38O 


100,278 


305,565 


39,662 


VjdiU-L J. lit 


4,073, 


538 


3,751,659 


21, 236 




J 10 




48,925 


46,242 


165,151 


40,325 


parrnl 1 


15,332, 


597 


13, 944, 395 


445,86 3 




T 1Q 
J J7 




165,119 


119,289 


657,931 




Vjfciv^ J. X 


10,092, 


841 


9,478,906 


32,420 


J JLU y 


n *)/■ 

UZH 




121,256 


87,659 


301,109 


71,491 




14,594,912 


13,495, 345 


106,950 


883, 


224 




194,581 


11/, 1 OA 

224, 120 


/./LA 

40H, j23 


109, 393 


Dorchester 


5,970, 


953 


5,539,130 


56,961 


309, 


815 




44,411 


29,073 


236,331 


65,047 


Frederick 


19,234, 


556 


17 877 R^iP. 


215 , 054 


954, 


639 




186,852 


157,060 


610,727 


187 ,005 


oarre tt 


4,275, 


429 


3 Ql 3 199 


18, 749 


262, 


515 




41,073 


76,217 


145,225 


81,043 


riar i or a 


28,804, 


999 


9f> 691 897 


135,653 


1,891, 


277 




548,846 


261,975 


1 , 080 , 456 


156, 172 


Howard 


24,076, 


648 


22,034,565 


195,554 


1,482, 


401 




365,156 


248,039 


869,206 


364,128 


Kent 


3,236, 


146 


2,915,973 


36,425 


216, 


472 




65,119 


41,825 


109,528 


67,276 


Montgomery 


154,168, 


522 


146,307,613 


1,218,704 


5,852, 


072 




956,141 


1,084,194 


3,811,737 


790,133 


Prince George' s 


145,819, 


212 


137,888,162 


908,714 


6,544, 


969 


1 


405,863 


952,936 


4,186,170 


477,367 


Queen Anne' s 


3,896, 


976 


3,567,375 


71,576 


194, 


588 




41,245 


20,317 


133,026 


63,437 


St. Mary's 


10,079, 


341 


9,197,886 


103,132 


681, 


234 




134,529 


203,908 


342,797 


97,089 


Somerset 


3,511, 


342 


3,241,262 


20,215 


202, 


125 




37,360 


29,589 


135,176 


47,740 


Talbot 


4,663, 


760 


4,174,823 


35,802 


333, 


815 




61,901 


44,098 


227,816 


119,320 


Washington 


20,088, 


145 


18,849,846 


32,788 


818, 


023 




211,003 


68,597 


538,423 


387,488 


Wicomico 


11,608, 


169 


10,758,533 


141,031 


598, 


482 




124,103 


77,856 


396,523 


110,123 


Worcester 


6,075, 


103 


5,529,638 


35,175 


432, 


459 




100,895 


46,138 


285,426 


77,831 



TABLE 

119 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 





Elementary Instruction 


Local Unit 








Supplies and Materials 




Total 
Elementary 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 

Services 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$422,489,968 


$399,672,052 


$2,678,218 


$17,703,803 


$5,012,590 


$2,419,658 


$10,271,555 


$2,435,895 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


6,595,563 
35,921,483 
81,581,893 
60,057,670 

3,258,117 


6,214,515 
33,981,659 
77,545,547 
57,317,337 

2,990,797 


36,929 
129,152 
654,923 
263,046 

26,309 


288,593 
1,622,622 
3, 308, 144 
1,883, 160 

222,332 


76,362 
1,013,417 
1,216,306 
568,868 

30,203 


65,612 
71,033 
104,905 
246,875 
50,517 


146,619 
538,172 
1,986,933 
1,067,417 
141,612 


55,526 
188,050 

73,279 
594,127 

18,679 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


2,060,440 
8,194,784 
4,895,730 
7,126,815 
3,406,467 


1,896,218 
7,577,143 
4,644,093 
6,602,465 
3,204,285 


9,189 
177,490 
8, 187 
59,929 
27,885 


135,303 
440,151 
207,629 
400,465 
132,664 


17,295 
81,411 
51,688 
108,840 
18,811 


14,564 
52,728 
32,946 
131,070 
6,510 


103,444 
306,012 
122,995 
160,555 
107,343 


19,730 

35,821 
63,956 
41,633 


Frederick 
Garrett 
Harfoi i 
Howard 
Kent 


8,453,360 
2,538,383 
14,374,871 
10,977,705 
1,691,358 


7,919,508 
2,295,728 
13,416,540 
10,128,091 
1,558,753 


30,029 
10,692 
10,530 
78,619 
12,718 


400,335 
180,992 
867,988 
613,207 
88, 132 


72,473 
24,652 
258,122 
144,688 
25,877 


74,884 
51,235 
108,256 
109,111 
20,781 


252,978 
105,105 
501,610 
359,408 
41,474 


103,488 
50,971 
79,813 

157,788 
31,755 


Montgomery 
Prince George 1 s 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


68,631,071 
73,916,965 
1,691,446 
4,911,592 
1,622,836 


65,243,646 
70,310,759 
1,543,829 
4,585,755 
1,513,643 


588,471 
349,205 
56,600 
17,836 
7,940 


2,524,585 
3,022,650 
61,680 
262,197 
79,375 


344,670 
652,641 
14,047 
41,327 
15,777 


588,064 
476,125 
8,306 
$ 91,689 
12,017 


1,591,851 
1,893,884 

39,327 
129,181 

51,581 


274,369 
234,351 
29,337 
45,804 
21,878 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


2,123,168 
9,420,212 
6,057,290 
2,980,749 


1,946,834 
8,870,362 
5,621,829 
2,742,716 


7,947 
30,886 
71,389 
12,317 


115,358 
350,735 
305, 125 
190,381 


26,173 
108,896 
57,143 
42,903 


19,547 
24,796 
35,418 
22,669 


69,638 
217,043 
212,564 
124,809 


53,029 
168,229 
58,947 
35,335 



TABLE 

119 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Secondary Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


II at tell 
J L 1 VitCO 


Supplies and Materials 


ther 
Charge s 


Total 
Supp lies 
and 
Materials 


lcA l. uuu rvb 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$436,870,422 


$410,212,200 


$3,667,296 


$20,203,597 


$4,872,485 


$2,825,547 


$12,505,565 


$2,787,329 


Allegany 


7,410,595 


6,752,958 


40,461 


490,624 


76,408 


97,921 


316,295 


126,552 


Anne Arundel 


34,119,215 


31,775,047 


344,491 


1,811,204 


666,252 


416,685 


728,267 


188,473 


Baltimore City 


71,162,196 


67,860,417 


854,427 


2,248, 215 


593,950 


72,861 


1,581,404 


199,137 


Baltimore 


69,976,960 


66,389,152 


304,247 


2,784,673 


843,324 


249,962 


1,691,387 


498,888 


Calvert 


3,332,413 


3,031,298 


33,491 


247,936 


47, 177 


49,761 


150,998 


19,688 


Caroline 


1,991,796 


1,836,911 


12,047 


122,699 


31,630 


31,678 


59,391 


20,139 


Carroll 


7,070, 190 


6,311,072 


264,869 


494,249 


81,628 


66,561 


346,060 


- 


Cecil 


5,171,389 


4,814,960 


22,639 


298,646 


67,771 


54,713 


176,162 


35, 144 


Charles 


7,323,765 


6,761,300 


40,659 


479,003 


85,517 


93,050 


300,436 


42,803 


Dorchester 


2,516,791 


2,293,343 


28,926 


171,437 


25,600 


22,563 


123, 274 


23,085 


Frederick 


10,453,526 


9,720,356 


120,457 


536,368 


111,390 


82,176 


342,802 


76,34*5 


Garrett 


1,724,001 


1,606,010 


8,043 


79,876 


16,421 


24,982 


38,473 


30,072 


Harford 


14,430,128 


13,205,357 


125,123 


1,023,289 


290,724 


153,719 


578,846 


76, 359 


Howard 


12,753,311 


11,671,983 


100,060 


• 780,446 


184,148 


138,869 


457,429 


200,822 


V tin Y 

Kent 


1 £7? iQ9 

1 , H / J , 4 7 L 




£. L , J L L 


117,632 


39,242 


21,044 


57,346 


31,658 


Montgomery 


84,023,778 


79,697,024 


582,043 


3,232,459 


574,624 


496,130 


2,161,705 


512,252 


Prince George' s 


71,160,383 


66,937,709 


545,603 


3,438,478 


733,344 


476,811 


2,228,323 


238,593 


Queen Anne' s 


2,186,852 


2,010,777 


14,976 


127,330 


27,198 


12,011 


88,121 


33,769 


St. Mary's 


5,122,018 


4,574,518 


85,296 


411,442 


93,202 


112,219 


206,021 


50,762 


Somerset 


1,866,526 


1,709,698 


12,275 


119,053 


21,583 


17,572 


79,898 


25,500 


Talbot 


2,478,115 


2,191,762 


27,855 


211,620 


35,039 


24,551 


152,030 


46,878 


Washington 


10,624,327 


9,946,254 


1,140 


457,674 


102,107 


43,801 


311,766 


219,259 


Wicomico 


5,422,206 


5,040,985 


53,798 


278,203 


66,214 


42,438 


169,551 


49,220 


Worcester 


3,076,449 


2,770,619 


22,858 


241,041 


57,992 


23,469 


159,580 


41,931 



TABLE 

119 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



I nra 1 I In i t* 


Adult Education 


Total 
Adult 
Education 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 




Supplies and Materials 


the r 

Tha top c 


Total 
Supplies 
and 
Ma ter ia 1 s 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$6 267 974 


S5 504 139 


S202.546 


$488,030 


$128,802 


$116 


$359, 112 


$73, 259 


Allegany 


46,349 


40,600 


- 


5,749 


_ 


_ 


5,749 


- 


Anne Arundel 


195,260 


177,278 


118 


16,510 


9,798 


m 


6,712 


1,354 


Baltimore City 


1,736,603 


1,622,294 


28,379 


67,718 


17,434 


57 


50,227 


18,212 


Ba 1 t imor e 


564,848 


549,829 




14,204 






14,204 


815 


Cal ver t 




51,675 


85 


12,955 






12,955 


1,295 


Caroline 


21,302 


18,530 


- 


2,316 




_ 


2,316 


456 


Carroll 


67,623 


56,180 


3,504 


7,939 


2,080 




5,859 


- 


Cecil 


25,722 


19,853 


1,594 


3,749 


1,797 


- 


1,952 


526 


Char le s 


144,332 


131,580 


6,362 


3,756 


224 




3,532 


2,634 


Do re he s ter 


47 , 695 


41 , 502 


150 


5,714 






5,714 


329 


Frederick 


327,670 


237,994 


64,568 


17,936 


2,989 




14,947 


7, 172 


Garr e 1 1 


13,045 


11,384 


14 


1,647 




- 


1,647 


- 


Ha t* *F r» t A 
l la J J L \j 


















waiu 


3hj , O 51 


no/, A Q 1 


LQyO/J 


88,748 


36,320 


59 


52,369 


5,518 


Kent 


71,296 


54,530 


2,195 


10,708 






10,708 


3,863 


Montgomery 


1,513,673 


1,366,943 


48,190 


95,028 


36,847 




58,181 


3,512 


Prince George' s 


741,864 


639,694 


13,906 


83,841 


19,878 




63,963 


4,423 


Queen Anne 1 s 


18,678 


12,769 




5,578 






5,578 


331 


St. Mary's 


45,731 


37,613 




7,595 






7,595 


523 


Somerset 


21,980 


17,921 




3,697 


a 




3,697 


362 


Ta 1 bo t 


62,477 


36,227 




6,837 


689 




6,148 


19,413 


Washing ton 


43,606 


33,230 


762 


9,614 






9,614 




Wicomico 


128,673 


95,719 


15,844 


15,154 


746 




14,408 


1,956 


Worcester 


17,905 


16,303 




1,037 






1,037 


565 



Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 












Pupil 


Personnel Services 








Health Services 


1! 


Total Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Health 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$10 


,082 


410 


$9 


,592 


,972 


$193, 


816 


$107 


,704 


$187, 


918 


$2,994 


362 


$2,266 


004 


$614, 


116 


$85, 


233 


$29 


,00< 




Allegany 




127 


,172 




118 


,590 


2, 


600 


2 


,080 


3, 


902 


43 


165 


19 


,236 


19, 


730 


3, 


062 


1 


,137 




Anne Arundel 




797 


003 




764 


,811 


1, 


017 




600 


30, 


575 
























Baltimore City 


2 


,022 


,435 


1 


,927 


,439 


62, 


704 


26 


,889 


5, 


403 


513 


400 


74 


691 


437, 


160 


1, 


549 








Baltimore 


1 


,127 


341 


1 


,115 


,036 




- 


1 


,993 


10, 


312 


703 


248 


680 


378 


11, 


603 


10, 


493 




774 




Calvert 




96 


819 




92 


,338 




- 




996 


3, 


485 


30 


934 


17 


891 


8, 


846 


3, 


412 




785 




Caroline 




53 


669 




50 


,611 




63 


1 


,850 


1, 


145 


45 


431 


32 


,658 


8, 


981 


3, 


792 








Carroll 




249 


607 




188 


,388 


40, 


289 


20 


,930 






27 


565 


22 


657 






4, 


908 








Cecil 




100 


492 




91 


,750 


2, 


129 


1 


,284 


5, 


329 


26 


904 


23 


,566 




238 


I, 


660 


1 


,440 


Charles 




191 


232 




151 


,724 


31, 


134 


1 


,867 


6, 


507 


4 


127 




172 


3, 


955 




- 






Dorchester 




51 


184 




46 


,509 




159 


1 


,439 


3, 


077 


20 


158 


15 


201 


2, 


516 


1, 


755 




686 


Frederick 




1 70 
i. / u 


U J J 






, o / u 


9 7 
* ' » 


7QQ 


L 


1 7A 
, 1 / 


-> 

->, 




JU 


fl R 1 

U J 1 


Z 1 


ft 'X 1 


->> 


ft A R 








49 


Garrett 




37 


151 




33 


,060 




130 


2 


,785 


• 1, 


176 


15 


808 


9 


100 




307 




552 


1 


,849 




Harford 




295 


344 




290 


,364 






4 


,022 




958 


213 


613 


187 


047 


6, 


191 


19, 


925 




450 




Howard 




127 


406 




112 


,772 




87 


9 


,970 


4, 


577 


157 


151 


83 


,865 


61, 


065 


8, 


754 


3 


,467 


i 


Kent 




48 


655 




42 


,285 


1, 


855 




561 


3, 


954 


14 


110 


10 


600 


3, 


243 




233 




34 




Montgomery 


2 


,926 


904 


2 


,867 


,366 






11 


,066 


48, 


472 


27 


192 


14 


,483 


U, 


103 


1, 


486 




120 




Prince George 1 s 
Queen Anne' s 


1 


,120 


762 


1 


,088 


,897 


If 


294 


1 


,454 


29, 


117 


884 


874 


863 


496 


1, 


287 


12, 


509 


7 


,582i 1 




26 


355 




23 


,998 








677 


1, 


680 


23 


008 


10 


300 


11, 


602 




365 




741 


St. Mary's 




194 


189 




148 


,950 


22, 


466 


8 


,009 


14, 


764 


23 


260 


9 


886 


4, 


265 


1, 


934 


7 


,175 


Somerset 




33 


581 




31 


,447 








396 


1, 


738 


19 


832 


12 


170 


7, 


460 




63 




139.1 


Talbot 




72 


674 




63 


,140 






2 


,746 


6, 


788 


14 


419 


10 


865 


1, 


659 




445 


1 


,450 


Washington 




110 


315 




108 


,867 








314 


1, 


134 






















Wicomico 




76 


531 




72 


,734 




90 


3 


,258 




449 


126 


738 


120 


990 


3, 


430 


2, 


195 




123 


Worcester 




25 


534 




25 


,026 








342 




166 


29 


374 


24 


921 


1, 


610 


1, 


835 


1 


,008 





TABLE 

121 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



|ical Unit 


Total 
Operation 
of Plant 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Communications 


Utilities 


Heat 
for 
Buildings 


Other 


[State 




$127 


,932, 


326 


$71 


,182 


943 


$2,363 


626 


$3,316, 


599 


$51 


,069 


158 


$3,914, 


913 


$26, 


505, 


006 


$15,749 


,814 


$4,899, 


425 


legany 




2 


,173, 


504 


1 


,297 


854 


31 


718 


89, 


989 




753 


943 


32, 


418 




470, 


704 


231 


,705 


19, 


116 


ine Arundel 




g 


8 S 7 


080 


4 


197 


768 


1 11 


589 


1 19 


952 




1 87 


77 1 
















4 187 


77 1 


ltimore City 




26 


,130, 


039 


16 


,639 


871 


1,161 


858 


531, 


001 


7 


,797 


309 


896. 


831 


4, 


489, 


462 


2,407 


,740 


3, 


276 


! Itimore 




19 


,710, 


40 3 


11 


,945 


782 


228 


812 


409, 


383 


7 


,126 


426 


445, 


718 


3, 


886, 


137 


2,494 


,182 


300, 


389 


liver t 






877 , 


743 




396 


942 


6 


741 


46, 


488 




427 


572 


29, 


438 




250, 


861 


147 


,007 




266 


roline 






612, 


299 




258 


228 


8 


402 


27, 


493 




318 


176 


15, 


699 




155, 


018 


142 


,411 


5, 


048 


rro 1 J. 




1 


, "o- 3 , 


17 1 






S S 1 
J J 1 


OJ 


067 


■59 


448 




918 


757 


77 


184 




581 


173 


759 


900 






Icil 




1 


,567, 


036 




681 


594 


16 


936 


38, 


441 




830 


065 


48, 


167 




433, 


504 


347 


'574 




820 


.arles 




2 


,191, 


102 


1 


,040 


138 


29 


033 


89, 


898 


1 


,032 


033 


78, 


387 




604, 


152 


344 


448 


5, 


046 


l.rchester 






730, 


203 




259 


453 


13 


169 


32, 


950 




424 


631 


34, 


718 




213, 


346 


176 


067 




500 


■ ederick 




2 


,529, 


679 


1 


,123 


QIC 


J9 


jy / 




1 1 Q 


1 
1 




nft ft 




J / Z 




7 1 ^ 
/ID, 


j i j 




0/7 




AAA 


Irrett 






447, 


940 




201 


220 


2 


276 


30, 


36' 




214 


083 


15, 


568 




66, 


247 


131 


757 




511 


rford 




3 


,734, 


687 


1 


,430 


761 


34 


733 


242, 


74s- 


2 


,026 


444 


97, 


887 


1, 


170, 


261 


758 


296 






ward 




4 


,106, 


968 


1 


,981 


265 


80 


677 


168, 


257 


1 


,876 


769 


106, 


044 


I, 


270, 


987 


471 


408 


28, 


330 


nt 






460, 


479 




159 


969 




95 


33, 


747 




266 


668 


25, 


127 




155, 


439 


82 


566 


3, 


536 


■ntgomery 




21 


,439, 


100 


12 


,599 


035 


92 


315 


447, 


485 


8 


,300 


265 


363, 


716 


4, 


804, 


370 


2,411 


370 


220, 


809 


ince George ' s 




22 


,320, 


962 


12 


,125 


305 


284 


596 


454, 


181 


9 


,456 


880 


805, 


122 


5, 


399, 


561 


3,145 


076 


107, 


121 


teen Anne ' s 






443, 


909 




170 


837 






30, 


199 




242 


873 


10, 


007 




106, 


777 


126 


017 




72 


. Mary's 




1 


, 372, 


547 




725 


434 


20 


271 


60, 


535 




566 


307 


40, 


674 




302, 


111 


223 


522 






>mer set 






467, 


958 




165 


658 


7 


713 


35, 


005 




259 


582 


12, 


436 




134, 


702 


105 


667 


6, 


777 


llbot 






568, 


452 




248 


286 


14 


285 


22, 


639 




283 


242 


18, 


909 




167, 


437 


96 


184 




712 


shing ton 




3 


,086, 


996 


1 


,541 


368 


34 


401 


111, 


797 


1 


,399 


430 


101, 


57* 




691. 


010 


594 


960 


11, 


883 


comico 




1 


,383, 


478 




632 


949 


27 


686 


58, 


230 




664 


613 


31, 


455 




282, 


087 


349 


243 


1, 


828 


rcester 






741, 


439 




238 


800 


11 


856 


36, 


052 




454 


731 


18, 


459 




154, 


287 


281 


835 




150 



J 



TABLE 

122 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Maintenance 

r\f~ PI an t 
O 1 r 1 all L 


Salaries 
and 
Wage s 


Con tr ac ted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equipment 
Replacement 


Total State 


$45,233,192 


$22,459,830 


$10,765,669 


$7,545,651 


$505,568 


$3,956,474 


Allegany 


780,110 


269,766 


125,683 


249,751 


20,522 


114,388 


Anne Arundel 




L )U J Jj I/O 


A 7 7 700 


Cfll AAA 
JU 1 , HUD 


of , 7U7 


226,591 


Baltimore City 


7,254,575 


3,943,187 


1,931,623 


1,071,627 


6,797 


301,341 


Baltimore 


8,557,870 


3,172,150 


3,301,305 


1,420,764 


14,571 


649,080 


Calvert 


257,829 


165,295 


5, 130 


70,092 


296 


17,016 


Caroline 


155,608 


44,308 


44,289 


23,964 


965 


42,082 


farm 1 1 


JUOjU J4 


i.Hj , ty o 


1 Rfi Sfi 
iOU , Ju J 


7 L 9 1 S 




■^7 7 Q Q 
J 1 , / OO 


Cecil 


516,732 


253,951 


58,886 


128,239 


1,457 


74,199 


Charles 


669,016 


418,993 


48,793 


151,131 


5,564 


44,535 


Dorchester 


291,065 


120,505 


93,286 


66,395 


7,188 


3,691 


Frederick 


930,925 


382,545 


168,915 


223,021 


4,116 


152,328 


uarre c l 


9AD ^Aft 


Q 'i SR7 

7Jj JO / 




D J , JUH 


D y 0"4 


9 S 9 AZi 


Harf ord 


1,521,875 


614,989 


268,948 


308,372 


1,369 


328,197 


Howard 


1,180,983 


615,574 


189,039 


128,033 


52,457 


195,880 


Kent 


256,606 


72,237 


83,331 


53,589 


2,534 


44,915 


Montgomery 


7,481,461 


5,489,509 


358, 127 


833,442 


234, 515 


565,868 


Prince George' s 


8,923,275 


4,510,599 


2, 177,831 


1,589,275 


83,908 


561,662 


Queen Anne' s 


233,917 


62,288 


102,930 


21,396 


6,669 


40,634 


St. Mary's 


758,408 


251,436 


155,537 


195,473 


491 


155,471 


Somerset 


159,904 


60,000 


25,437 


39,827 


10,822 


23,818 


Talbot 


208,452 


59,999 


84,835 


21,512 


2,339 


39,767 


Washington 


983,874 


299,747 


379,931 


145,458 


2,627 


156,111 


Wicomico 


494,011 


179,135 


174,745 


78,109 


1,361 


60,661 


Worcester 


331,530 


95,384 


73,706 


87,056 


197 


75,187 



Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



TABLE 

123 



c 


il Unit 


Total 
Pupil 
Transpor- 
tation 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 




Contracted 


Services 




Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 


To tal 
Contracted 
Services 


Ron fee 


DUD 
Tpcnpc t" i An 


Other 


To tal 
Other 
Charges 


Communi- 
cations 




;ate 


$57,169,339 


$19,207,145 


$31,407,712 


$18,882,975 


$31,100 


$12,493,637 


$3,176,373 


$1,165,371 


$10,662 


.1 


: gany 


1,222,266 


159,944 


i /\ i~\ f\ s n a 

1 ,009 , 688 


1 f\ A t mo 

L , 002 , 97o 


2,419 


4, 291 


2 j , j ->y 


27,075 


1,936 


II 


■ Arundel 


4,794,730 


524,726 


4,059,049 






4, 059 , 049 


85 , 2 36 


125,719 


- 


l£ 


:imore City 


6,716, 282 


1,575, 111 


4, 596 , 298 


OAK r\ c o 

805,952 




i, 790, 346 


239 , 644 


28,711 


4,440 


It 


:imore 


5,926, 160 


3, 580,476 


876 , 926 


627 , 287 




249,639 


944, 322 


109 , 065 


■3 1 A "7 
i , JU / 


'.< rert 


836,701 


37,524 


792,772 


781,864 


1,666 


9,242 


799 


5,606 






>line 


622,732 


39,601 


574, 903 


567 , 694 


434 


O , / / J 




3,308 


- 


'a 


roll 


1,664,812 


86, 176 


1,568,016 


1 C / A Oil 

1,540,322 


1, 163 


20 , J Jl 


1 A £. OA 
10 , ZU 


- 


- 


A 


LI 


1,018,138 


80,064 


887,854 


882,487 


— 


5, 367 


16 , 480 


17,831 




:i 


rles 


1,868,541 


93,863 


1,724,561 


1,685, 346 


1,151 


Q Q A £ A 

jo,0o4 


1 A 1 <^A 






)( 


:hester 


631,221 


33,442 


579,305 


569,756 


369 


9,180 


6,416 


12,058 


728 


Filerick 


1,673,610 


491, 309 


807,014 


688, 390 


76 


1 j.8, 548 


174, 124 


57,397 


- 


ji 


rett 


802, 365 


43, 357 


738,467 


709 ,894 


1 , 397 


27 , 176 


1 1 , 960 


8,581 


- 


Hi 


:ord 


2,152,958 


258,194 


1,755,357 


1,736,961 


1,281 


17,115 


1 1 / , 2 12 


22,195 




Hard 


1 O 1 A O Q 


Qft ftl Q 


1 7QA A.A7 


1 770 ^S? 


9 5 ^0 


23,465 


3, 580 


12,512 




Ki 




444,095 


45,138 


368,300 


358,683 


635 

• 


8,982 


9,470 


5,532 




(k 


:gomery 


7,454,408 


4,734,495 


629,479 






629,479 


1,310,026 


269,694 




Pi 


ice George' s 


11,220, 1E9 


6,701,551 


3,489,363 


99,274 


11,766 


3,378,323 


4,771 


253,090 




Q l 


;n Anne' s 


654,908 


40,200 


574,378 


555,515 


688 


18,175 


13,858 


10,172 




5i 


Mary' s 


1,310,792 


117,334 


1,105,921 


1,104,026 


360 


1,535 


29,953 


29,501 




S( 


2rset 


478,803 


20,992 


450,185 


450,185 








7,626 




Toot 


366,868 


26,909 


333,324 


330,432 


375 


2,517 


2,417 


4,218 


251 


W( 


ling ton 


1,326,814 


325,040 


741,330 


706,890 


2,401 


32,039 


153,522 


106,922 




W: 


)mico 


1,330,158 


64,964 


1,244,139 


1,236,426 


2,149 


5,564 


1,200 


19,855 




It 


:ester 


740,830 


27,916 


705,036 


672,261 


540 


32,235 


134 


7,744 





Utilities 



Other 



Vehicle 
Replacement 



$24, 367 [$1,130,342 

1,713 23,426 
125,719 
, 1,617 
105,758 
5,606 

3,308 

17,831 
20,959 
11,330 

57,397 
8,581 
22,195 
12,512 
5,532 

269,694 
253,090 
10,172 
29,501 
7,626 

3,967 
106,922 
19,855 
7,744 



$2,212,738 



276,518 
415,371 



15,909 
19,008 



143,766 



15,655 

510,714 
771,414 
16,300 
28,083 



TABLE 

124 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Administration 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$34,137,489 


$26,288,625 


$5,745,668 


$1,391,640 


$711,556 


Allegany 


430,948 


339, 317 


43,615 


24,518 


23,498 


Anne Arundel 


2,611,862 


1,925, 269 


438,869 


179,726 


67,998 


Baltimore City 


8,018,989 


5,991,283 


1,748,531 


207,935 


71,240 


Baltimore 


3,869,799 


2,845,678 


788,727 


193,055 


42,339 


Calvert 


262,402 


179,196 


40,751 


17,188 


25,267 


Caroline 


141 , 954 


92, 281 


20,635 


14, 202 


14,836 


Carroll 


594,614 


502, 212 


69, 216 


23, 186 


- 


Cecil 


405,228 


286,703 


89,057 


13, 101 


16,367 


Charles 


573,577 


378,001 


141,181 


28, 178 


26,217 


Dorchester 


252,663 


171,995 


43,244 


20,132 


17,292 


Frederick 


706, 177 


546,805 


77,537 


54,470 


27,365 


Garrett 


154, 232 


114,465 


23,802 


7 , 109 


8,856 


Harford 


906,425 


650, 131 


191,778 


53,818 


10,698 


nuwd l u 


831,814 




88 , 819 






Kent 


103,926 


70,651 


9,258 


9,242 


14,775 


Montgomery 


6,797,554 


5,704,358 


857,667 


145,591 


89,938 


Prince George' s 


5,511,577 


4,497,319 


742,025 


178,362 


93,871 


Queen Anne 1 s 


101,448 


54,859 


22,168 


14,253 


10,168 


St. Mary's 


381,604 


294,691 


31,804 


39,107 


16,002 


Somerset 


125,086 


53,971 


35,209 


14,597 


21,309 


Talbot 


153, 128 


98,022 


8,313 


18,165 


28,623 


Washington 


756,661 


576,438 


131,416 


29,389 


19,418 


Wicomico 


293,424 


189,873 


64,309 


25,639 


13,603 


Worcester 


152,397 


84,401 


37,732 


11,857 


18,407 



Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



TABLE 

125 



-ocal Unit 



Total 
Fixed 
Charges 



Total 



Paid by Local Boards of Education 



Rent 



Insurance 

and 
Judgements 


Employees' 
Re tirement 


Social 
Securi ty 


Other 


Total 


Teacher s ' 
Retirement 
System 


Teachers' 

Social 
Securi ty 


$24,419,586 


$8,489,089 


$10,998,146 


$9,178,169 


$94,974,322 


$54,225,411 


$40,748,911 


128,558 
605,712 
439,834 
5,221,792 
274,423 


154,225 
381,749 
954,588 
321,260 
61,678 


165,883 
645,792 
2,513,984 
1,257,644 
83,001 


579,706 
1,092,416 
5,993,227 
63 


1,577,514 
7,821,588 
16,631,258 
14,716,640 
707,842 


881,552 
4,378,116 
9,349,013 
8,584,479 

400,438 


695,962 
3,443,472 
7,282,245 
6,132,161 

307,404 


111,089 
60,294 
346,334 
454,191 
182,098 


49,367 
126,884 

23,363 
158,816 

34,408 


47,929 
101,735 
134,268 
190,558 

79,154 


441,772 


451,464 
1,662,271 
1,131,313 
1,613,398 

651,934 


251,982 
922,902 
632,909 
901,526 
374,369 


199,482 
739,369 
498,404 
711,872 
277,565 


658,350 
170,114 
897,002 
817,968 
20,755 


175,868 
60,190 

147g|074 
* 74,585 
42,112 


224,501 
56,726 
267,899 
292,010 
39,375 


51,103 
9,012 

43,905 
73,308 


2,091,857 
465,873 
3,216,914 
2,552,555 
349,116 


1,179,376 
266,709 
1,812,381 
1,422,210 
197,015 


912,481 
199,164 
1,404,533 
1,130,345 
152,101 


5,837,438 
6,528,370 
160,293 
233,013 
74,623 


3,914,651 
1,403,519 
31,273 
47,772 
38,841 


1,969,183 
2,200,373 

41,914 
129,244 

72,548 


558,601 
1^5,007 
9,633 
31,547 
992 


16,800,324 
15,976,093 

426,358 
1,085,395 

350,604 


9,870,787 
9,134,329 
238,576 
605,480 
207,256 


6,929,537 
6,841,764 
187,782 
479,915 
143,348 


38,560 
661,626 
329,251 
167,898 


8,878 
188,090 
86,083 
3,815 


39, 133 
257,404 
125,523 

62,365 


131,395 
16,482 


512,905 
2,248,864 
1,292,092 

640,150 


284,052 
1,266,630 
713,886 
349,438 


228,853 
982,234 
578,206 
290,712 



Paid Direct by State 



jt. State 

dlegany 
inne Arundel 
ialtimore City 
ial timore 
,alver t 

Caroline 

larroll 

lecil 

Charles 

)orchester 

Frederick 

Sarrett 

larford 

loward 

Cent 

■lontgomery 
'rince George' s 
}ueen Anne' s 
It. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
hashing ton 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



$149,124,488 

2,605,886 
10,632,179 
27,102,390 
21,610,899 

1,126,944 

666,829 
2,446,485 
1,635,893 
2,436,426 

961,283 

3,222,160 
776,698 
4,528,889 
3,793,449 
524,666 

29,187,021 
26,309,017 

669,471 
1,526,971 

538,448 

730,871 
3,372,466 
1,844,799 

874,348 



$54,150,166 

1,028,372 
2,810,591 
10,471,132 
6,894,259 
419,102 

215,365 
784,214 
504,580 

823,028 
309,349 

1,130,303 
310,825 
1,311,975 
1,240,894 
175,550 

12,386,697 
10,332,924 
243,113 
441,576 
187,844 

217,966 
1,123,602 
552,707 
234,198 



$1,065,176 



84,922 
569,499 
93,500 



6,980 
53,529 
615 
19,463 
13,689 

20,481 
14,783 

12,426 



106,824 
55,655 



840 



11,850 
120 



TABL 

12! 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Food Services 



Local Unit 


Total 
Food 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


Total 
Student Body 
Activities 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con trac ted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


\J Lilt L 
lid igcb 


Equi| 
men 

raen_ 


Total State 


CO ^TQ QCQ 


ci ni q o l ? 




90O J , / lo 


CJO'tD , JjU 


$68 , 637 


$3,085,803 


$1,640,626 


$691, 167 


$418,759 


$283,529 


$51,7; 


Allegany 


28,975 


11,410 




45 


220 


17,300 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Anne Arundel 


















- 


- 


- 




Baltimore (_ity 




QA 

7U 


;i a a o 


s/. q nnn 


i nn 799 
1UU , / zz 




*? n £. o n o 
/Uo , Z70 


437 ,661 


161,561 


103,343 


- 


3,7: 


Bal timore 


1 ftft A/.n 

100 , HHU 


1 ft 1 Qftft 




A A S 9 
j H J z 






107 , JUL) 


16,597 


107 , 814 


15,089 


- 




L»a iver l 


9 9 QO 9 
Z Z j "U Z 


19 1LQ 


A. 7 ? 


/, S7D 

H- , _J / U 


ASS 


A ASS 


S S =i 9 1 


21, Dyb 


24, 026 


7 , 841 


1,958 




Caroline 


37,541 


6,857 




10,584 


20,100 


- 


15,720 


2,000 


8,196 


5,524 


- 




Car r o 1 1 


2 , 860 


1 , 440 




1 ,420 






1 1 Q AAQ 

J- 1 7 , OD 7 


s a oaa 


/, £. A 7 O 

40 , u / z 


13, 815 


— 


3,77 


Cec i 1 


9 S ASS 

Z -> , 0-> D 




i sn 


1 A AAf) 


Q7 A 


ft OAQ 
O, ZO? 


ft Q n/iA 
07 , U44 


/.A 1 C* C 
4U , lOO 


16,769 


17 ,415 


10, 555 


4,13 


Charles 




7 A QQ1 




7 S S 




1 fin 


Q 9 A 1 ^ 
o/,4lj 


32 , 348 


6 , 106 


3,696 


40,265 




Dor che s ter 


ft n i 9 

O j U 1 z 


O 1 ftA 
Z , 101 


1 A 9 9 


A AHA 








2,295 


8, 735 


4, 340 


17,171 




Frederick 


62,784 


47,149 


3,348 


4,766 


7,521 


- 


5,732 


1,637 


1,395 


2,081 


619 




Garrett 


/, D *7 a a 

Ho , / VU 


7 

J / , JUo 


JO 


/ jOOj 


J , lb 1 




9 , 447 


7 , 508 




- 


1,939 




nariora 














l/.c S 7 A 
j4j , J l\J 


loo , 7 JD 


7,019 


151,615 


— 




Howard 


1 JO , OVU 


1 TO (Lflfl 

i jo , oyu 










o o n 1 £ A 

289 , 160 


101, 341 


87 , 7 15 


64, 365 


3,630 


32,10 


Kent 














36, 353 


6,399 


16 , 523 


7,638 


5, 793 




Montgomery 


668,426 


230,090 


100,283 


17,792 


320,261 
















Prince George 1 s 














985,882 


704,732 


94,862 


2,332 


175,991 


7,96 


Queen Anne' s 


5,290 


2,182 




3,064 


44 
















St. Mary's 


132,149 






917 


131,232 




50,624 




33,374 


4,597 


12,653 




Somerset 


25,000 


10,895 


2,367 


11,201 


537 




15,308 


4,745 


9,424 




1,139 




Talbot 


21,322 


15,560 


1,521 


1,332 


119 


2,790 


37,040 


10,959 


22,205 




3,876 




Washington 


























Wicomico 


102,923 


18,677 


3,953 


10,512 


55,781 


14,000 


25,250 




19,990 


5,160 


100 




Worcester 


48,073 


26,953 


3,720 


16,779 


621 




44,529 


7,400 


19,381 


9,908 


7,840 


- 



Student Body Activities 



TABLE 

127 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Communi ty 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other Charges 


Equipment 
Replacement 


Total Other 
Charges 


Nonpublic School 
Transpor ta tion 


Other 


Total State 


$6,616,913 


& / nil /,nc 

$4 , 9 1 1 , 49D 


y4 J 1 , OlS) 


C1CC O T 1 

$2D-> , Hi 


$980,984 


$538 «14 


$442 , 170 


$ 1 7 ,483 


Allegany 


104 ,874 


y J, 2V3 


/ OH 


i , au/ 


9,013 


2,500 


6,513 




Anne Arundel 


751,722 


560,879 


12,362 


12,551 


165,715 




165,715 


215 


Baltimore City 


33,230 


- 


23,875 


- 


9 , 355 




9, 355 


- 


Baltimore 


618,652 


577,673 


1,476 


462 


39,041 


9 857 


79 1 84 




Calvert 


127 ,602 


1 16 , 341 


2 , 644 




1 | WHO 




7 648 




Caroline 


67, 387 


67 , 260 


127 




- 


- 


- 




Carroll 


167,361 




167,361 












Cecil 


131,281 


103,975 


305 


3,267 


23, 734 


21,060 


2,674 


- 


Charles 


380,382 


125 , 496 




937 


253,949 


251 , 299 


2.650 




Dorchester 


2,728 






2 , 7 28 










Frederick 


74,877 


23,990 


1 TO C 

1 , /o_> 


11 A 1 1 

12,413 


33,043 


31,875 


1, 168 


\ AAA 
J , OHO 


Garrett 


100,821 


95,334 




4,755 


"7 7 ■> 




717 




Harford 


31,868 


22,465 




9,403 








- 


Howard 


830,448 


383, 185 


205,007 


4, 14 1 


LLsy i- -> J 


106 966 


122,269 


8,880 


Kent 


66 ,069 


60 ,928 


2, 541 


2, 292 


308 




308 






986,478 


700, 113 


8,001 


136,898 


141,466 


88,350 


53,116 




Prince George' s 


579,447 


576,943 




2,504 










Queen Anne' s 


61,161 


61,161 














St. Mary's 


109,001 


108,586 






415 




415 




Somerset 


80,043 


75,267 




4,776 










Talbot 


77,114 


61,410 






15,704 


14,840 


864 




Washington 


1,016,364 


885,789 


24,529 


53,618 


47,686 


8,943 


38,743 


4,742 


Wicomico 


156,695 


150,140 


842 


1,816 


3,897 


ft 3,081 


816 




Worcester 


61,308 


61,265 






hJ 


43 







TAB 



Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 



Grand 
Total 
Capital 
Outlay 



Total 



Current Expense Fund 



Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 



Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 



Remodeling 



Additional 
Equipment 

and 
Vehicles 



School Construction Fund 



Total 



Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 



Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 



Remodeling 



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 



$202,478,441 

5,110,917 
24,483,006 
26,660,908 
13,487,627 

5,242,627 

3,816,507 
12,022,601 

3,445,831 
10,563,251 

7,317,737 

12,217,334 
5,930,311 
1,876,807 

16,117,929 
1,213,544 

22,030,915 
11,224,374 
220,008 
4,298,163 
106,070 

1,527,553 
9,436,445 
1,772,668 
2,355,308 



$7,845,613 

278,396 
645,252 
929,845 
798,136 
83,435 

74,645 
160,098 
145,296 
239,873 

63,287 

235,140 
156,618 
61,680 
867,581 
115,423 

1,110,998 
966,888 

20,076 
470,491 

51,082 

70,866 
118,935 
91,638 
89,934 



$1,273,591 

20,536 

929,845 
19,649 
3,405 

7,555 

23,520 
7,001 



15,128 
2,534 



45,367 



167,113 



28,742 
3,196 



$264,095 
19,813 

22,085 
3,299 

112,954 



8,984 
14,133 



30,631 



52,196 



$111,150 

4,919 
60,638 



41,627 



3,966 



$6,196,777 

233,128 
584,614 

778,487 
57,945 

63,791 
160,098 

80,149 
119,918 

63,287 

211,028 
139,951 

61,680 
867,581 

39,425 

1,110,998 
966,888 

20,076 
303,378 

51,082 

70,866 
37,997 
84,476 
89,934 



$194,632,828 

4,832,521 
23,837,754 
25,731,063 
12,689,491 

5,159,192 

3,741,862 
11,862,503 

3,300,535 
10,323,378 

7,254,450 

11,982,194 
5,773,693 
1,815,127 

15,250,348 
1,098,121 

20,919,917 
10,257,486 
199,932 
3,827,672 
54,988 

1,456,687 
9,317,510 
1,681,030 
2,265,374 



$25,035,658 

47,369 
2,738,192 
18,606,200 
1,160,719 



99,420 
60,473 
81,733 



127,259 
10,967 



1,699,823 
349,536 
15,569 

37,888 



510 



$136,929,180 

4,532,162 
16,803,748 

.10,866,571 
4,749,392 

3,731,702 
9,043,591 
3,121,254 
9,757,809 
7,254,450 

11,327,586 
5,699,066 
769,712 

13,479,716 
1,018,684 

8,555,623 
9,113,719 
177,073 
3,511,030 

1,456,687 
9,015,634 
875,274 
2,068,697 



$18,839,785 

9,502 
1,587,337 
5,787,521 
223,244 



1,983,020 
112,956 



i, 877, 910 
16,032 



16,236 



49,860 
176,167 



Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



TABLE 

129 



Local Unit 



To tal 
Debt Service 



Long-Term County Bonds 



Redemp tion 



Interest 



State Loan 



Redemption 


Interest 


$17,309,344 


$6,454,083 


323,244 




49,802 


2,526,233 




753,066 


1,252,542 


2, 


180,329 


5,264,726 




234,600 


72,833 




20,289 


45,523 




10,205 


415,598 




116,353 


71,624 




12,433 


418,600 




111,020 


5,165 




3,002 


487,443 




123,676 


112,310 




16,841 


417,002 




163,268 


360,663 




89,965 


77 | O J 1 




22,659 


573,622 




294,535 


4,208,285 


1 


056,400 


50,132 




16,085 


292,096 




79,762 


11,746 




3,712 


113,110 




25,271- 


73,699 




24,696 


17,334 




1,311 


96, 163 




44,803 



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 1 s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



$101,418,406 

627,431 
9,488,485 
24,381,544 
16,708,340 

471,059 

383,530 
1,416,768 
1,014,539 
1,639,845 

305,702 

2,535,584 
157,526 
3,084,290 
2,401,478 
374,160 

11,868,773 
18,942,057 
304,757 
499,058 
274,933 

595,071 
2,028,870 
1,281,384 

633,222 



$47,825,739 

175,000 
3,387,000 
13,036,851 
6,551,000 

185,000 

215,000 
471,114 
700,000 
590,000 
225,000 

1,215,000 
25,050 
1,570,000 
1,095,000 
155, OoO 

6,966,832 
7,988,000 
170,000 
100,000 
205,000 

325,000 
1,308,334 
841,608 
325,000 



$29,829,240 

79,385 
2,822, 186 
7,911,822 
3,658,014 
192,937 

112,802 
413,703 
230,482 
520,225 
72,535 

709,465 
3,375 
934,020 
855,850 
96,850 

4,033,784 
5,689,372 
68,540 
27,200 
54,475 

131,690 
622,141 
421,131 
167,256 



TABLE 

13C 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1975-76 

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Total 
In s tr uc - 
tion 


• 

Pup 1 1 
Person- 
nel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
por ta- 
tion 


Admin- 
istra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


JL 1 IUU L 
Rrpo If fa q t- 

Lunch, 
and 

^npn' a 1 

Milk 


Body 
Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
munity 
Services 


Tu i tion — 
Handi- 
capped 

( V-, i 1 A -r r,-r\ 

uni laren 


Total State 


69. 14 


0.81 


0. 24 


10. 31 


3. 65 


4.61 


2. 75 


4.37 


0.21 


2.47 


0. 25 


0.53 


0.66 


Al legany 


67.00 


0.61 


0. 21 


10.41 


3.74 


5.86 


2.06 


4.93 


0. 14 • 


4.49 




. 50 


. 05 


Anne Arundel 


73.74 


0.84 




9.35 


2.61 


5.06 


2.76 


2.97 




1.57 


- 


0.79 


0.31 


Baltimore City 


66. 72 


0.88 


0. 23 


11.44 


3. 17 


2.94 


3. 51 


4.58 


0.31 


5.29 


0.31 


0.01 


0.61 


Baltimore 


72. 18 


0.63 


0. 39 


10. 96 


4. 76 


3. 30 


2. 15 


3. 84 


0. 11 


0.85 


0.08 


0.34 


0.41 


Calvert 


66.01 


0. 98 


0. 31 


8.85 


3.05 


8.43 


2.64 


4. 22 


0. 23 


3.37 


0.56 


1.29 


0.06 


Caroline 


64. 77 


0.86 


0.73 


9.80 


2.49 


9.97 


2. 27 


3.45 


0.60 


3.68 


0. 25 


1 . 08 


0. 05 


Carroll 


70.02 


1. 15 


0.13 


9. 10 


2.61 


7.64 


2.73 


3.60 


0.01 


1.69 


0.55 


0.77 




Cecil 


67. 37 


0.67 


0. 18 


10. 50 


3.46 


6.82 


2.71 


3. 38 


0. 17 


2.88 


0.60 


0.88 


0.38 


Charles 


64.63 


0.86 


0.02 


9.82 


3.00 


8.37 


2.57 


3.69 


1.40 


3.50 


0.37 


1.70 


0.07 


Dorchester 


69. 27 


0. 60 


0.22 


8. 54 


3.40 


7. 38 


2.95 


3.62 


0. 10 


3.51 


0.38 


0.03 


- 


Frederick 


70.06 


0.63 


0. 11 


9. 39 


3.46 


6. 21 


2.62 


4. 20 


0. 23 


2. 59 


0.02 


0. 28 


0. 20 


Garrett 


62.62 


0.55 


0.23 


6.60 


3.54 


11.83 


2.27 


4.58 


0.72 


5.43 


0. 14 


1.49 




Harford 


71. 14 


0.73 


0.53 


9.22 


3.76 


5.32 


2. 24 


3.24 


- 


2.71 


0.85 


0.08 


0.18 


Howard 


67. 37 


0.36 


0.45 


11.68 


3. 36 


5.44 


2. 37 


3.53 


0.40 


1.19 


0.82 


2.36 


0.67 


Kent 


64.04 


0.94 


0.29 


9.33 


5.20 


9.00 


2.11 


3.56 


- 


2.66 


0.74 


1.34 


0.79 


Montgomery 


69.60 


1.34 


0.01 


9.79 


3.42 


3.41 


3. 10 


5.66 


0.31 


1.02 




0.45 


1.89 


Prince George 1 s 


68. 30 


0.53 


0.42 


10.52 


4.21 


5.29 


2.60 


4.87 




2.03 


0.46 


0. 27 


0.50 


Queen Anne 1 s 


65.91 


0.45 


0.39 


7.71 


3.99 


11. 17 


1.73 


4. 14 


0.09 


3.06 




1.04 


0.32 


St. Mary's 


64.88 


1.26 


0.15 


8.89 


4.91 


8.49 


2.47 


2.86 


0.85 


4.20 


0.33 


0.71 




Somerset 


65.39 


0.63 


0.37 


8.83 


3.02 


9.03 


2.36 


3.54 


0.47 


4.31 


0.29 


1.51 


0.25 


Talbot 


71.41 


1.13 


0.22 


8.84 


3.24 


' 5.71 


2. 38 


3.39 


0.33 


1.49 


0.58 


1.20 


0.08 


Washington 


67.86 


0.38 




10.49 


3.34 


4.51 


2.57 


3.82 




3.58 




3.45 




Wicomico 


70.00 


0.47 


0.77 


8.44 


3.01 


8. 11 


1. 79 


3. 37 


0.63 


2.16 


0. 15 


0.96 


0.14 


Worcester 


69. 15 


0.29 


0.34 


8.47 


3.79 


8.46 


1.74 


2.68 


0.54 


3. 25 


0.51 


0.70 


0.08 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



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



TABLE 

131 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1975-76 

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Ins truc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Person- 
nel 
ne l 

Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of 
Plant 


Admin- 
istra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Schoo 1 
Breakf as t, 
Lunch, 
and 
Spec ia 1 
Milk 


S tudcn t 

Body 
Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
muni ty 
Services 


Tui tion - 
Handi- 
capped 
Chi ldren 


Total State 


"7 O /. Q 
/ 2 • 40 


. 85 


. 25 


10. 81 


3.83 


2.89 


4. 58 


0. 22 


2. 58 


0. 26 


0.56 


0.69 


Allegany 


71. 17 


0.65 


0. 22 


11.06 


3.97 


2. 19 


5.23 


0. 15 


4. 77 




0.53 


0.06 


Anne Arundel 


77.67 


0.89 


- 


9.84 


2.75 


2.90 


3.13 




1.65 


- 


0.84 


0. 33 


Baltimore City 


68.75 


0.91 


0.23 


1 1 . 78 


3.27 


3.62 


4.72 


0.31 


5.45 


0.32 


0.01 


0.63 


Bal timore 


11. £ o 

/4. 2 


0.65 


0. 41 


11. 34 


4.92 


2. 23 


3. 97 


0.11 


0.88 


0.08 


0. 36 


0.43 


Calvert 


■70 a o 


i a ~i 


. 34 


9. 66 


3. 33 


2.89 


4.61 


0. 25 


3.68 


0.61 


1.40 


0.07 


Caroline 


71.94 


0.95 


0.81 


10.89 


2.77 


2.52 


3.83 


0.67 


4.08 


0.28 


I. 20 


0.06 


Carroll 


75.82 


1.24 


0. 14 


9.85 


2.82 


2.95 


3.90 


0.01 


1.84 


0.60 


0.83 




Cecil 




A "7 


a i n 


11 O £. 
11. ZD 


3.71 


2.91 


3.63 


0. 19 


3.09 


0. 64 


0.94 


0.41 


Char 1 e s 


/U. DJ 


A Q 0. 


A no 


1 A "7 O 


3. 27 


2.81 


4.03 


1 . 53 


3. 82 


0. 40 


1.86 


0.08 


Dorche s ter 




a a r 


0. 24 


9. 22 


3.67 


3. 19 


3.91 


0. 10 


3. 79 


0.41 


0.03 


- 


Frederick 


74.70 


0.66 


0. 12 


10.01 


3.69 


..'80 


4.47 


0.<.5 


2.76 


0.02 


0. 30 


0.22 


Garrett 


71.01 


0.62 


0. 26 


7.49 


4.02 


2.58 


5.20 


0.81 


6. 16 


0. 16 


1.69 




Har lord 


"7 ^ 10 
/ J . 1 J 


A "7 o 


A C C 
. DO 


9 . 74 


3.97 


2. 37 


3. 42 


— 


2. 87 


0. 90 


0.08 


0. 19 


Howard 


1 L. ID 


A TO 
U . JO 


A A O 


1 O c 

12 . JO 


t: c 
-5 . DD 


2 . 50 


3.73 


0.42 


1 . 26 


. 87 


2. 50 


0.71 


Kent 


70 . 34 


1 . 08 


0. 32 


10. 25 


5.71 


2. 31 


3.91 




2.93 


0.81 


1.47 


0.87 


Montgomery 


72.05 


1.38 


0.01 


10. 14 


3.54 


3.21 


5.86 


0.32 


1.06 




0.47 


1.96 


Prince George' s 


72.12 


0.56 


0.44 


11. 11 


4.44 


2.74 


5.14 




2. 14 


0.49 


0.29 


0.53 


Queen Anne ' s 


74. 19 


0.51 


0.44 


8.68 


4.49 


1.95 


4.67 


0. 10 


3.44 




1. 17 


0.36 


St. Mary's 


70.90 


1.37 


0.16 


9.71 


5.37 


2.70 


3. 13 


0.94 


4.59 


0.36 


0.77 




Somerset 


71.87 


0.70 


0.41 


9.70 


3.32 


2.59 


3.89 


0.52 


4.74 


0.32 


1.66 


0.28 


Talbot 


75.73 


1.20 


0.24 


9. -37 


3.44 


2.52 


3.60 


0.35 


ft 

1.58 


0.61 


1.27 


0.09 


Washington 


71.07 


0.39 




10.98 


3.50 


2.69 


4.00 




3.75 




3.62 




Wicomico 


76. 17 


0.51 


0.84 


9.18 


3.28 


1.94 


3.67 


0.68 


2.36 


0. 17 


1.04 


0. 16 


Worcester 


75.55 


0. 32 


0.37 


9. 25 


4. 14 


1.90 


2.92 


0.60 


3.55 


0. 56 


0. 76 


0.08 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



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



TABLE 

132 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Pup i 1 
Transpor ta t ion 


Adminis- 
tration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


72.11 


0. 


85 





25 


10.75 


3. 81 


4. 81 


7 ft 7 


H. JJ 


Al legany 


70.66 





.64 





22 


10*. 98 


3.94 


6.18 


2. 18 


5.20 


Ann p AtiitiH p 1 


75.77 





86 






9 


60 


7 fiQ 


S 70 
J. Zu 


A 1 


J. Uj 


Dd 1 L ImU L C '_i L L y 


7 1 . 38 


0.95 





24 


12 


23 


\ LD 


7. 1 L 
J. L4 


^ 7 A 


/. 

^ . yu 


DcL L L Ll'AKJ I t 


73. 50 





64 





40 


11. 16 


L RS 

H i O-J 


J. JO 


1 Q 
Z. 17 




Pal vpr t" 


69 . 86 


1 


03 





33 


9 


36 


1 7 ^ 
■J . L -J 


ft Q 


Z . oU 


4.47 


Caroline 


68.65 





91 





77 


10.39 


2.64 


10.57 


2.41 


3.66 


Via 1 LU1I 


7 2.22 


1 


18 





13 


9 


38 


9 AQ 


7 AA 


A 1 
Z . O 1 


J. /I 


Cecil 


70 . 85 





71 


0. 19 


11 


04 


^ AA 
J. D4 


/ • 1 / 


Z . OJ 


3 . 55 


P n o t 1 & c 


69 ^7 





92 


0.02 


10 


56 


*K 9 


q m 


7 7 
Z. / / 


5. y 1 


Do r c he s ter 


7 7 17 
/ Z ■ J. / 


0. 


62 


0.23 


8. 


89 


J . J J 




t no 


3.77 


Frederick 


72.46 





65 





12 


9 


71 


3.58 


6.43 


2.71 


4.34 


Garr e 1 1 


67 . 89 





59 





25 


7 


16 


-3.04 


1 9 A"^ 


9 A 7 

Z . H / 


/. Q "7 


Harford 


73.97 


0.76 





55 


9 


59 


3. 90 


5. 53 


9 ^ 

Z.. JJ 


^ ^7 
Ji J7 


H oi>7a t H 


71.25 





38 





47 


12 


37 


3.55 


S 7 S 


9 sn 

z * JU 




Kent 


67.77 


1 


04 





30 


9 


88 


5.50 


9.52 


2.23 


3.76 


Montgomery 


72.25 


1 


39 





01 


10 


17 


3.55 


3.54 


3.22 


5.87 


Prince George's 


70.61 





55 





43 


10 


88 


4.35 


5.47 


2.68 


5.03 


Queen Anne 1 s 


69.02 





47 


0. 


41 


8. 


07 


4.18 


11.70 


1.81 


4.34 


St. Mary's 


69.09 


1 


34 





16 


9. 


47 


5.23 


9.04 


2.63 


3.04 


Somerset 


70. 19 


0.68 


0. 


40 


9 


47 


3.24 


9.69 


2.53 


3.80 


Talbot 


74. 14 


1 


17 





23 


9. 


18 


3.37 


5.92 


2.47 


3.52 


Washington 


72.99 





40 






11. 


28 


3.60 


4.85 


2.77 


4. 11 


Wicomico 


72.94 





49 


0. 


81 


8. 


79 


3. 14 


8.45 


1.87 


3.51 


Worcester 


72.86 


0. 31 


0.35 


8. 


92 


3.99 


8.92 


1.83 


2.82 



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



TABLE 

133 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Administration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


75.75 


. 89 


. 26 


1 1 . 30 


4.00 


3.02 


4. 78 


Al legany 


75.31 


0.69 


0.23 


11.71 


4.20 


2.32 


5.54 


Anne Arundel 


79.92 


0.91 




10. 13 


2.83 


2 . 99 


3. 22 


Baltimore City 


73.69 


. 98 


0. 25 


12.63 


1 CI 

3.51 


1 O O 

3. oo 


D . 06 


Bal timore 


76.05 


0. 66 


0.41 


LI. DD 


5. 02 


2.27 


4 . 04 


Calvert 


76.71 


1.13 


. 36 


10 . 28 


3. 54 


3.07 


4.91 


Caroline 


76.77 


1.02 


0.86 


11.62 


2.95 


2.69 


4.09 


Carroll 


78 . 39 


I . io 


U . Lh 


in 1 Q 


I • 7 t 


j . U J 


**. UJ 


Cecil 


76. 32 


0. 76 


. 20 


1 1 . 89 


3.92 


3. 08 


3.83 


Charles 


76. 41 


1.01 


. 02 


11.61 


3. 55 


3. 04 


4. 36 


Dorchester 


78. 18 


. 68 


0. 25 


9 . 64 


1 Q A 
3. OH 


i ii 
J. J J 


/. no 

d . us 


Frederick 


77.44 


0.70 


0.12 


10.38 


3.82 


2.90 


4.64 


Garrett 


77.88 


0.68 


0. 29 


8. 21 


4. 41 


2.83 


5. 70 


Harford 


78. 30 


0. 80 


n CO 
U . JO 


in i ^ 
1U . 1 J 


A 1 A 
H . LH 


L • HO 




Howard 


75.60 


0.41 


0. 50 


13.11 


3. 77 


2.65 


3. 96 


Kent 


74. 90 


1. 15 


0. 33 


10.92 


6.08 


2.46 


4. 16 


Montgomery 


74.90 


1.44 


0.01 


10.54 


3.68 


3.34 


6.09 


Prince George' s 


74.69 


0.58 


0.46 


11.51 


4.60 


2.84 


5.32 


Queen Anne ' s 


78. 16 


0.53 


0.47 


9.14 


4.73 


2.05 


4.92 


St. Mary's 


75.95 


1.47 


0.18 


10.41 


5.75 


2.89 


3.35 


Somerset 


77.71 


0.75 


0.45 


10.49 


3.59 


2.80 


4.21 


Talbot 


78.80 


1.25 


0.25 


9.75 


3.58 


2.63 


3.74 


Washington 


76.71 


0.42 




11.86 


fj.78 


2.91 


4.32 


Wicomico 


79.68 


0.53 


0.88 


9.60 


3.43 


2.04 


3.84 


Worcester 


79.99 


0.39 


0.39 


9.80 


4.38 


2.01 


;. - 



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



TABE 

131 

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

Maryland Public Day Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 


1965- 


66 


1966- 


67 


1967- 


68 


1968- 


69 


1969- 


70 


1970- 


71 


1971- 


72 




L972- 


73 


1973- 


74 


1974- 


75 


1975- 


Total State: Including 




















































Retirement and Social 




















































Security 


$514. 


97 


$585. 


51 


$652. 


43 


$739. 


58 


$816. 


30 


$913. 


52 


$990. 


20 


$1 


,058. 


04 


$1 


,168. 


83 


$1, 


365. 


41 


$1 


,519, 


Excluding Retirement 


















































,407. 


and Social Security 


487. 


96 


550. 


48 


614. 


04 


695. 


32 


764. 


63 


858. 


83 


928. 


02 




995. 


00 


1 


,083. 


95 


1, 


262. 


75 


1 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 


AAA 


L L 


Hy £. • 


89 


566 . 


73 


631. 


41 


668. 


47 


760. 


82 


830. 


48 




890. 


19 




985. 


17 


1, 


117. 


34 


1 


, 287. 


434. 


18 


499. 


67 


554. 


95 


602. 


82 


678. 


90 


760. 


71 


837. 


33 




899. 


28 


1 


,002. 


13 


1, 


128. 


70 


1 


,237. 


Baltimore City 


445. 


69 


533. 


97 


581. 


29 


680. 


25 


736. 


68 


826. 


07 


871. 


97 




889. 


56 




908. 


16 


1, 


124. 


20 


1 


,336. 


Baltimore 


497. 


67 


554. 


78 


624. 


73 


702. 


29 


767. 


19 


875. 


18 


940. 


52 


1 


,037. 


71 


1 


, 161. 


72 


1> 


344. 


33 


1 


, 483. 


Calvert 


496. 


49 


568. 


34 


619. 


60 


638. 


96 


715. 


99 


801. 


34 


905. 


44 


1 


,023. 


85 


1 


,088. 


50 


1, 


169. 


24 


1 


,420. 


Caroline 


485 . 


60 




O i 


J70i 


o / 


ft ^ ? 


fifi 
O O 


646 . 


96 


740. 


48 


808 . 


80 




845. 


45 




900. 


59 


1, 


049. 


65 


1 


,176. 


Carroll 


433. 


21 


497. 


22 


558. 


14 


591. 


89 


651. 


24 


710. 


91 


819. 


43 




926. 


39 




974. 


77 


1, 


115. 


67 


1 


,145. 


Cecil 


478. 


73 


534 


97 


566 


02 


641. 


00 


653. 


49 


708. 


13 


731. 


76 




818. 


41 




879. 


68 




997. 


52 


1 


,127. 


Charles 


490. 


45 


582 


40 


671. 


06 


718. 


25 


751. 


50 


790. 


76 


938. 


75 




995. 


68 


1 


,032. 


36 


1, 


184. 


91 


1 


, 269. 


Dorchester 


466. 


16 


509 


72 


612 


60 


625 


27 


687. 


14 


800. 


11 


909. 


27 




996. 


00 


1 


,093. 


83 


1, 


272. 


48 


1 


,460. 


Frederick 


512. 


73 


580 


90 


623 


A 1 
U 1 


A 7 1 


7 Q 


7 71 


zv 


7R7 


RQ 


ft ~\l 


OA 




OO/i 


93 




973. 


18 


1, 


135. 


22 


1 


,210. 


Garrett 


490. 


59 


535 


53 


540 


34 


604 


68 


685. 


02 


739 


02 


762. 


12 




771 


85 




853. 


77 


1, 


019. 


04 


1 


,090. 


Harford 


479 


91 


505 


17 


572. 


29 


621 


57 


660. 


06 


749 


01 


800. 


43 




853 


91 




968 . 


77 


1) 


124 


25 


1 
1 


on a 
, iUV. 


Howard 


481 


05 


545 


90 


614 


81 


697 


70 


761. 


84 


855 


03 


939. 


29 


1 


,057 


09 


1 


,122. 


80 


1, 


294. 


05 


1 


,436. 


Kent 


507 


37 


557 


20 


613 


99 


663 


43 


739. 


81 


832. 


19 


910 


91 




971 


02 


1 


,056. 


22 


1, 


225. 


74 


1 


,369. 


Montgomery 
Prince George' s 


614 


17 


652 


55 


736 


16 


845 


73 


972. 


84 


1,083 


22 


1,194 


16 


1 


,326 


82 


1 


,436. 


97 


1, 


647. 


56 


1 


,791. 


485 


35 


548 


46 


606 


80 


703 


75 


774. 


64 


884 


90 


943 


38 




996 


96 


1 


,130. 


17 


1, 


306. 


44 


1 


,446. 


Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


487 


53 


600 


81 


644 


57 


676 


72 


690. 


59 


772 


95 


832 


88 




904 


54 




984 


19 


1, 


Ill 


74 


1 


, 222. 


492 


79 


522 


39 


590 


20 


666 


91 


680. 


72 


750 


70 


848 


40 




829 


87 




922 


74 


1, 


113 


54 


1 


,271. 


433 


09 


461 


.56 


499 


22 


574 


56 


597 


92 


687 


50 


782. 


58 




818 


40 




921 


05 


1, 


100. 


13 


1 


,193. 


Talbot 


453 


75 


551 


.92 


619 


.21 


655 


97 


760 


39 


826 


51 


895 


98 




979 


12 


1 


,088 


05 


1, 


256. 


12 


1 


,400. 


Washington 
Wicomico 


479 


.79 


497 


. 15 


616 


20 


663 


67 


723. 


08 


800 


00 


848 


96 




891 


84 




976 


61 


1, 


087 


80 


1 


,225. 


433 


95 


498 


.83 


557 


16 


584 


66 


626 


86 


693 


01 


778 


43 




840 


95 




918. 


27 


1, 


073. 


10 


1 


,202. 


Worcester 


422 


.25 


450 


.87 


575 


.41 


608 


.27 


656 


96 


758 


.36 


858 


02 




952 


23 


1 


,050 


88 


1, 


212. 


88 


1 


, 367. 



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



TABLE 

135 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Prek.-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 





All Costs Including Transportation 


All Costs 


Excluding 


Transportation 






Total Including 


State 


Total 


Excluding 


State 


Total 


Including State 


Total Excluding 


State 


Local Unit 


Share of 


Teachers ' 


Share of 


Teachers' 


Share of Teachers' 


Share of 


Teachers' 




Re tirement 


and 


Re tirement 


and 


Retirement and 


Re tirement 


and 




Social 


Security 


Social 


Security 


Social Security 


Social Security 




Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Total State 


$1,519.45 








$1,407. 


11 








$1,451.83 


_ 


$1,339.48 






Allegany 


1,389.97 






11 


1,287. 


34 






11 


1,310.46 


11 


1,207.83 




11 


Anne Arundel 


1,342.04 






14 


1,237. 


09 






14 


1,277. 


70 


12 


1,172.75 




12 


Baltimore City 


1,440. 59 






10 


1,336. 


52 






10 


1,398. 


56 


8 


1,294.49 




7 


Bal timore 


1,606.97 






2 


1,483. 33 






2 


1,557. 


18 


2 


1,433.54 




2 


Calvert 


1,527.79 






5 


1,420.56 






6 


1,401. 


04 


7 


1,293.81 




8 


Caroline 


1,267.04 






21 


1, 176. 


87 






21 


1,142. 


67 


22 


1,052.50 




22 


Carroll 


1,235.41 






22 


1,145. 


34 






22 


1,145. 


20 


21 


1,055. 13 




21 


Cecil 


1, 217. 30 






23 


1,127. 


46 






23 


1,136. 


44 


23 


1,046.60 




23 


Charles 


1,368.44 






12 


1,269. 


66 






13 


1,254. 


05 


14 


1,155.27 




15 


Dorchester 


1 S 1 7 77 








1,460. 


10 






3 


1,409. 


65 


6 


1,297.98 




6 


Frederick 


1,307.75 






17 


1,210. 


51 






17 


1,229. 


95 


17 


1,132.71 




17 


Garrett 


1,172.23 






24 


1,090. 


99 






24 


1,032. 


30 


24 


951.06 




24 


Harford 


1,299.22 






19 


1,200. 


08 






19 


1,232. 


88 


16 


1,133.74 




16 


Howard 


1,546.96 






4 


1,436. 


63 






5 


1,464. 


37 


4 


1,354.04 




4 


Kent 


1,471.58 






9 


1,369. 


09 






8 


1,341.20 


10 


1,238.71 




10 


Montgomery 


1,934.43 






1 


1,791. 


68 






1 


1,871. 


09 


1 


1,728.34 




1 


Prince George' s 


1,559.41 






3 


1,446. 


78 






4 


1,480.31 


3 


1,367.68 




3 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,315.49 






16 


1,222. 


42 






16 


1,172. 


53 


19 


1,079.46 




19 


St. Mary's 


1,366.64 






13 


1,271. 


46 






12 


1,251. 


70 


15 


1,156.52 




14 


Somerset 


1,277.84 






20 


1,193. 


15 






20 


1,162. 19 


20 


1,077.50 




20 


Talbot 


1,516. 35 






7 


1,400. 


38 






7 


1,433.41 


* 5 


1,317.44 




5 


Washington 


1,325.89 






15 


1,225. 18 






15 


1,266. 


47 


13 


1,165.76 




13 


Wicomico 


1,300.94 






18 


1,202.20 






18 


1,199. 


30 


18 


1,100.56 




18 


Worcester 


1,472.51 






8 


1,367. 


L8 






9 


1,350. 


62 


9 


1,245. 29 




9 



*Includes the following: Administration, Instruction, Pupil Personnel Services, HealthServices, Pupil Transportation, Operation of Plant, 
Maintenance of Plant, and Fixed Charges; excludes Adult Education, Home Teaching of Handicapped Children, Student Body Activities, Conmunity 



Services, Capital Outlay, and Debt Service. 
/Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per rupil costs. 



TABL 

13i 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expense: By Function: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Including 
Transportation 


Pupil 
Trans- 
por ta- 
tion 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Excluding 
Transportation 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 


■ 

Ma in t e - 
nance 
of Plant 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


$1,407 


11 


$67.63 


$1,339.48 


$1,014.68 


$11 


93 


$3. 


54 


$151. 34 


$53.56 


$40.38 


$64.05 


Al legany 


1,287 


34 


79.51 


1,207 


83 


909.68 


8 


27 


2. 


81 


141.39 


50.75 


28.03 


66.90 


Anne Arundel 


1,237 


09 


A A 

D4. J4 


1,172 


75 












118. 78 


33. 23 


35. 05 


37.71 


Baltimore City 


1,336 


52 


42.03 


1,294 


49 


954.02 


12. 


65 


3. 


21 


163.51 


45.40 


50. 18 


65.52 


Bal timore 


1,483.33 


49.79 


1,433.54 


1,090.23 


9. 


47 


5. 


91 


165.60 


71.90 


32.51 


57.92 


Calvert 


1,420 


56 


126.75 


1,293 


81 


992.41 


14. 


67 


4. 


69 


132.97 


45.83 


39.75 


63.49 


Caroline 


1,176 


87 


124.37 


1,052 


50 


807.98 


10. 


72 


9. 


07 


122.29 


31.08 


28.35 


43.01 


Carro 1 1 


1,145 


34 


y\J • Z L 


1,055 


13 


O Z / • 1 D 


13. 


J J 




47 


LU 1 . H 1 


39 . 78 


32. 22 


42.49 


Cecil 


1,127 


46 


80.86 


1,046 


60 


798. 75 


7. 


98 


2. 


14 


124.45 


41.03 


32. 18 


40.07 


Charles 


1,269. 


66 


114.39 


1,155 


27 


882.71 


11. 


71 


0. 


25 


134.14 


40.96 


35. 11 


50.39 


Dorchester 


1,406. 


10 


108. 12 


1,297. 


98 


1,014.82 


8. 


77 


3. 


20 


125.07 


49.85 


43.28 


52.99 


Frederick 


1,210. 


51 


77.80 


1,132 


71 


877. 17 


7 . 


9 1 


1 . 


40 


117.59 


43.27 


32.83 


52.54 




1,090. 


99 


139. 93 


951 


06 


740 . 68 


6. 


48 


2. 


76 


78. 12 


41.91 


26 . 90f 


54. 21 


Harford 


1,200. 


08 


66. 35 


1,133 


74 


887.70 


9. 


10 


6. 


58 


115.09 


46.90 


27.94 


40.43 


Howard 


1,436 


63 


82. 59 


1,354 


04 


1,023.59 


5. 


51 


6. 


79 


177.52 


51.05 


35.95 


53.63 


Kent 


1,369.09 


130.38 


1,238 


71 


927.72 


14. 


28 


4. 


14 


135. 19 


75.33 


30.51 


51.54 


Montgomery 


1,791. 


68 


63. 34 


1,728. 


34 


1, 294. 51 


24. 


87 


0. 


23 


182. 17 


63.57 


57.75 


105. 24 


Prince George' s 


1,446. 


78 


79.10 


1,367. 


68 


1,021.55 


7. 


90 


6. 


24 


157.37 


62.91 


38.86 


72.85 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,222. 


42 


142.96 


1,079. 


46 


843.70 


5. 


76 


5. 


02 


98.70 


51.06 


22.15 


53.07 


St. Mary's 


1,271. 


46 


114.94 


1,156. 


52 


878.41 


17. 


03 


2. 


04 


120. 36 


66.51 


33.46 


38.71 


Somerset 


1, 193. 


15 


115.65 


1,077. 


50 


837.36 


8. 


11 


4. 


79 


113.03 


38.62 


30.22 


45.37 


Talbot 


1,400. 


38 


82.94 


1,317. 


44 


1,038. 19 


16. 


43 


3. 


26 


128.53 


47. 13 


34.62 


49. 28 


Washington 


1,225. 


18 


59.42 


1,165. 


76 


894. 32 


4. 


94 






138. 24 


44.06 


33.88 


50.32 


Wicomico 


1,202. 


20 


101.64 


1, 100 


56 


876.91 


5. 


85 


9. 


68 


105.72 


37.75 


22.42 


42.23 


Worcester 


1,367. 


18 


121.89 


1,245. 


29 


996. 11 


-4. 


20 


4. 


83 


121.99 


54.55 


25.08 


38.53 



*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 

137 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1973-74 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 




1973-74 






1974-75 






1975-76 










































Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$35. 10 


$31. 17 


$39.51 


$41.51 


$36.69 


$46.71 


$44.84 


$41. 10 


$48.72 


Al legany 


32.98 


25.40 


40.59 


49. 34 


32. 26 


65.58 


50.69 


39.00 


61. 54 


Anne Arundel 


45. 29 


43.88 


47.95 


44.98 


42.47 


47.71 


46.07 


42.75 


47.71 


Baltimore City 


22.99 


26. 63 


18. 49 


31.72 


34.45 


28.51 


34. 77 


38.72 


30. 23 


Bal timore 


33.01 


29. 76 


36. 11 


42.42 


38.97 


45.65 


39. 22 


33.23 


44.66 


Calvert 


54. 26 


41. 36 


69. 79 


56. 17 


43.43 


71.68 


37. 56 


62.73 


81.12 


Caroline 


38.81 


38.42 


39. 22 


52. 17 


70. 56 


33. 26 


51.53 


53.95 


49. 10 


Carroll 


48. 34 


38.88 


59.01 


49.33 


34.74 


65.45 


50.63 


45.83 


55.84 


Cecil 


34. 77 


26. 86 


44. 55 


40.02 


32. 19 


47.82 


40. 21 


34.98 


44.87 


Charles 


52. 39 


49.89 


55. 73 


49.86 


41. 38 


60.65 


53. 84 


45. 19 


64. 10 


Dorchester 


52. 19 


49. 37 


55. 18 


61.59 


45.54 


78. 23 


52.09 


45. 37 


58.83 


Frederick 


37. 11 


34. 25 


40. 30 


38.01 


35.05 


41. 19 


43. 54 


35.97 


51.66 


Garrett 


28.11 


19.95 


38. 16 


40.99 


32.81 


51.23 


45.50 


56.32 


31.69 


Harford 


43. 26 


35.29 


53.01 


44. 17 


39.46 


49.69 


58.28 


50.59 


66.91 


Howard 


57.04 


47.94 


68.01 


70. ">4 


58. 20 


84.26 


60. 23 


50. 17 


71.51 


Kent 


46.43 


46.57 


46.46 


55. / J 


51.07 


60. 13 


60.41 


55.41 


64.78 


Montgomery 


39.28 


31.32 


47.33 


44.83 


34.88 


54.62 


48.91 


43.83 


53.78 


Prince.George' s 


32.76 


26.75 


39.79 


37.75 


31.73 


44.40 


45.55 


41. 57 


49.74 


Queen Anne ' s 


32.34 


22.37 


43.01 


40.03 


31.96 


48.42 


41. 26 


27.48 


54.49 


St. Mary's 


40.77 


36.53 


46.82 


48.53 


37.88 


62.64 


59.07 


41.47 


30.98 


Somerset 


39. 18 


31.04 


48.43 


55.06 


32.87 


78. 70 


47.93 


37. 18 


59.37 


Talbot 


57. 15 


35.58 


80. 18 


64.89 


55.07 


77.27 


73.93 


52.31 


95.43 


Washington 


23.49 


12.34 


35.85 


29.03 


24.07 


34.41 


36.20 


30.55 


42. 19 


Wicomico 


32.76 


28.64 


37.69 


42.36 


39.60 


46.00 


44.57 


44.48 


44.67 


Worcester 


52.69 


48.88 


56.76 


57.67 


45.63 


70.04 & 


70.98 


63.51 


78.25 



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



TABLE 

138 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1973-74 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 




1973-74 






1974 


-75 




1975-76 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$ 9.81 


$ 9. 


49 


$10. 17 


$ 9 


43 


$ 8 


68 


$10. 23 


$11 


69 


$11.64 


$11.75 


Al legany 


8.92 


9. 


03 


8.81 


9 


35 


9 


48 


9.22 


9 


94 


10 


.32 




Anne Arundel 


10.90 


10. 


09 


11.79 


10 


15 


9 


52 


10.83 


22 


54 


26 


.70 


1ft 


Baltimore City 


11.94 


15. 


92 


7.02 


8 


46 


10 


09 


6 . 54 


11 


33 


14.24 




Bal tiroore 


10.89 


8. 


89 


12.79 


12 


17 


9 


32 


14. 84 


11 


87 


10.04 




Calvert 


9. 47 


5. 


93 


13.72 


9. 


78 


6 


27 


14. 06 


11 


72 


8 


.52 


15.43 


Caroline 


6.34 


5. 


09 


7.69 


7. 


50 


6 


34 


8.70 


9 


77 


6 


90 


12. 66 


Carroll 


9.25 


7. 


44 


11.30 


8. 


91 


6 


03 


12.0? 


8 


83 


8 


48 


7 • L L 


Cecil 


9.85 


8. 


33 


11. 74 


10. 


54 


8 


42 


12. 65 


9. 


49 


8 


71 


10. 18 


Charles 


11. 74 


11. 


69 


11.81 


11. 


84 


11 


84 


11.84 


11. 


90 ' 


12 


28 


11.44 


Do re he s ter 


7.59 


5. 


26 


10.07 


7. 


61 


5 


00 


10 . 30 


7. 


61 


6 


43 


8.79 


Frederick 


8.57 


7. 


42 


9.85 


7. 


99 


7 


24 


8.80 


8. 


55 


6 


51 


10. 73 


Garrett 


4.72 


4. 


74 


4.70 


6. 


33 


5 


94 


6.82 


7. 


16 


7 


67 


6. 51 


Harford 


13. 66 


12. 


03 


15. 66 


14. 12 


13 


65 


14. 67 


16. 


91 


15 


05 


19.01 


Howard 


11.73 


10.29 


13.46 


12.91 


10 


80 


15. 37 


14. 


21 


11 


84 


16.87 


Kent 


11.75 


12. 


36 


11. 14 


12. 


27 


11 


15 


13. 33 


19. 


12 


16 


27 


21.61 


Montgomery 


6.66 


4. 


85 


8.49 


6. 


84 


4. 


81 


8.85 


7. 


81 


5. 


99 


9.56 


Prince George' s 


7.89 


7. 


06 


8.86 


8. 


76 


8. 


63 


8.91 


9. 


77 


8. 


98 


10.61 


Queen Anne ' s 


8.74 


8. 


08 


9.44 


8. 


74 


6. 


29 


11. 29 


9. 


00 


6. 


26 


11.64 


St. Mary's 


8.03 


6. 


57 


10.12 


9. 


92 


6. 


82 


14.02 


11. 


80 


6. 


54 


18.34 


Somerset 


7.81 


6. 


31 


9.51 


8. 


63 


7. 


09 


10.26 


9. 


02 


7. 


39 


10.76 


Talbot 


9.08 


8. 


35 


9.86 


12. 


55 


11. 


62 


13.51 


13.84 


11. 


87 


15.80 


Washington 


11.83 


5. 


35 


19.01 


8. 


21 


8. 


55 


7.84 


9. 


45 


9. 


48 


9.41 


Wicomico 


8.04 


6. 


30 


10. 12 


7. 


99 


6. 


10 


10.48 


9. 


42 


8. 


33 


10.63 


Worcester 


9.96 


8. 


37 


11.65 


9. 


53 


8. 


51 


10.59 


16. 


60 


14. 


31 


18.83 



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



TABLE 

139 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.*-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1973-74 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


To tal 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$ 5.38 


$ 4.99 


$ 5.83 


$ 6.29 


$ 5.95 


$ 6.65 


$ 6.21 


$ 5.62 


$ 6.81 


Allegany , 


4.41 


3.00 


5.83 


8.06 


6.61 


9.43 


10.64 


8.87 


12.28 


Anne Arundel 


9.68 


9.93 


9.40 


11.24 


10.81 


11.69 


6.54 


1.87 


11.39 


Baltimore City 


0.53 


0.55 


0.51 


2.37 


3.66 


0.85 


1.11 


1.23 


0.98 


Bal timore 




j • JO 


J* Lj 






4. 20 


4. 17 


H . JO 




Calvert 


11.88 


7.96 


16.59 


12.21 


9.51 


15.50 


15. 19 


14.25 


16.28 


Caroline 


7.89 


6.15 


9.74 


6.83 


6.97 


6.68 


9. 23 


5.81 


12.67 


Carroll 


4.66 


3.75 


5.69 


3.88 


2.84 


5.03 


6.46 


5.49 


7.52 


Ceci 1 


7.55 


5.36 


10.26 


8.01 


5.44 


10.57 


6.96 


5.55 


8.22 


Charles 


1 I . DO 


11.63 


11.75 


10.61 


10. 61 


10. 61 


13.72 


14. 79 


12.45 


Dorchester 


3.80 


6.00 


1.46 


8.33 


10.75 


5.83 


4.98 


2.23 


7.74 


Frederick 


4.85 


5.65 


3.96 


4.29 


4.86 


3.67 


7. 30 


6.73 


7.91 


Garrett 


4.41 


3.39 


5.66 


7.73 


7.33 


8.23 


13.29 


15.94 


9.91 


Harford 


J. 7D 


H • / U 


7 AQ 




4. 19 


8.87 


8.07 


6. 3L 


10.05 


Howard 


20. 19 


14.46 


27. 12 


17.44 


14.01 


21.44 


10.72 


8.93 


12.73 


Kent 


7 05 


8.95 


5.15 


6.76 


4.33 


9.06 


12.28 


13.07 


11.59 


Montgomery 


7.41 


6.49 


8.33 


9.20 


7.34 


11.04 


9.21 


10.21 


8. 25 


Prince George' s 


5.33 


5.30 


5.37 


5. 38 


5.20 


5.58 


6.72 


6.55 


6.90 


Queen Anne' s 


5.26 


5.51 


4.99 


5.34 


4.80 


5.90 


4.43 


3.70 


5. 14 


St. Mary's 


12.02 


15.27 


7.40 


9.12 


9.77 


4.55 


17.88 


14.50 


22.09 


Somerset 


10.05 


10.28 


9.78 


6.65 


2.49 


11.08 


7.15 


7.55 


8.76 


Talbot 


12. 10 


6.48 


18. 10 


8.99 


9.75 


8. 19 


9.97 


8.86 


11.07 


Washington 


3.08 


1.48 


4.85 


3.48 


3.51 


3.45 


3.07 


2. 16 


4.04 


Wicomico 


4.54 


3.81 


5.41 


6.12 


5.59 


6.83 


5.^5 


5. 16 


6.81 


Worcester 


7.46 


7. 22 


7.72 


4.61 


3.89 


5.35 


7.59 


7.56 


7.62 



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



TABLE 

140 

Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1975-76 
(Total Program @ $624 per Pupil with 55% State Contribution) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pupils 
y/ ju/ / h 


Pupils 
x $624 


Wealth 
per Pupil 


Total 
Local 
Wealth 


Local 
Contribution 


State 
Contribution 


Total State 


861,792.9 


$537,758,769 


$42,512 


$36,636,255,437 


$242, 165,648 


$295,593 121 


Allegany 


15,874.0 


9,905,376 


31,422 


498,794,296 


3,297,030 


6,608,346 


Anne Arundel 


75,020.7 


46,812,917 


38,523 


2,890,036,560 


19,103,142 


27,709,775 


Baltimore City 


167,551.2 


104,551,949 


28,707 


4,809,913,635 


31,793,529 


72,758,420 


Baltimore 


121,921. 1 


76,078,766 


50,588 


6,167,717,659 


40,768,614 


35,310,152 


Calvert 


6,500.0 


4,056,000 


36,148 


234,959,532 


1,553,082 


2,502,918 


Caroline 


5, 130.0 


3, 201, 120 


24,490 


125,631,761 


830,426 


2,370,694 


Carroll 


17,970.5 


11,213,592 


38,398 


690,037,605 


4,561,148 


6,652,444 


Cecil 


12,992.0 


8,107,008 


29,883 


388,236,571 


2,566,244 


5,540,764 


Charles 


16,159.7 


10,083,653 


30,317 


489,920,385 


3,238,374 


6,845, 279 


Dorchester 


6,028.0 


3,761,472 


33,312 


200,806,494 


1,327,331 


2,434, 141 


Frederick 


21,406. 2 


13,357,468 


41,005 . 


877,761,931 


5,802,006 


7,555,462 


Garrett 


5,719.2 


3,568,781 


30,831 


176,326,789 


1,165,520 


2,403, 261 


Harford 


32,101.8 


20,031,523 


32,920 


1,056,776,964 


6,985,296 


13,046, 227 


Howard 


22,223.5 


13,867,464 


55,000 


1,222,300,001 


8,079,403 


5, 788,061 


Kent 


3,537.5 


2,207,400 


42,939 


151,897,070 


1,004,040 


1,203,360 


Montgomery 


119,196.0 


74,378,304 


66,416 


7,916,474,787 


52,327,898 


22,050,406 


Prince George' s 


146,044.0 


91,131,456 


42,174 


6,159,315,990 


40,713,079 


50,418,377 


Queen Anne 1 s 


4,488.5 


2,800,824 


44,030 


197,629,283 


1,306,329 


1,494,495 


St. Mary's 


11,507.0 


7,180,368 


26,500 


301,940,868 


1,995,829 


5,184,539 


Somerset 


4,219.5 


2,632,968 


25,147 


106,108,102 


701,375 


1,931,593 


Talbot 


4,668.0 


2,912,832 


63,589 


296,834,659 


1,962,077 


950,755 


Washington 


22,461.0 


14,015,664 


32,792 


736,550,298 


4,868,597 


9,147,067 


Wicomico 


12,758.0 


7,960,992 


36,087 


460,393,916 


3,043,204 


4,917,788 


Worcester 


6,315.5 


3,940,872 


75,986 


479,890,281 


3,172,075 


768,797 



NOTE: State Total Local Contribution -f State Total Local Wealth = Local Contribution Rate (0.802%). 



TABLE 

141 

Calculation of Basic State Aid for Current Expenses*: 1975-76 
(3rd year of the five year phase-in program) 



al Unit 



State Support 
per Pupil 
1973-74 



State Support 
1973-74 
Basis 



Increased 
Total 
State Program 



60 Percent 
of Increase 
to be Paid 



Total 
State Aid 



State Aid 
per Pupil 



Densi ty 
Aid 



Tui tion 
Bylaw 



Total 



tate 
egany 

j a Arundel 
timore City 
timore 
vert 

3 line 
.roll 

;.il 

llrles 

Chester 

f derick 
; rett 
Iford 
Hard 
< t 

i tgomery 
P nee George 1 s 
5 en Anne' s 
S Mary's 
S erset 



Tbot 
U hington 
W omico 
W cester 



$220.02 

272.55 
232.47 
269.91 
167.61 
268.57 

313. 37 
246. 37 
288.82 
226.65 
244.95 

206.90 
339. 63 
264.66 
182.78 
189. 17 

174.03 
182.03 
207. 19 
303.75 
334.78 

157.53 
254.88 
254.76 
158.36 



$187,572,722 

4,326,459 
17,440,062 
45,223,744 
20,435, 195 

1,745,705 

1,607,588 
4,427,392 
3,752,349 
3,662,596 
1,476,559 

4,428,943 
1,942,412 
8,496,062 
4,062,011 
669,189 

20,743,680 
26,584,389 
929,972 
3,495,251 
1,412,604 

735,350 
5,724,860 
3,250,228 
1,000,122 



$108,020,399 

2,281,887 
10,269,713 
27,534,676 
14,874,957 
757,213 

763,106 
2,225,052 
1,788,415 
3,182,683 

957,582 

3,126,519 
460,849 
4,550 165 
1,726,050 
534,171 

1,306,726 
23,833,988 

564,523 
1,689,288 

518,989 

215,405 
3,422,207 
1,667,560 
(231,325) 



$64,812 ,239 

1,369,132 
6,161,828 
16,520,806 
8,924,974 
454,328 

457,864 
1,335,031 
1,073,049 
1,909,610 

574,549 

1,875,911 

276,5.09 
2,730,0'>9 
1,035,630 

320,503 

784,036 
14,300,393 
338,713 
1,013,573 
311,393 

129,243 
2,053,324 
1,000,536 
(138,795) 



$252,384,961 

5,695,591 
23,601,890 
61,744,550 
29,360,169 

2,200,033 

2,065,452 
5,762,423 
4,825,398 
5,572,206 
2,051,108 

6,304,854 
2,218,921 
11,226,161 
5,097,641 
989,692 

21,527,716 
40,884,782 
1,268,685 
4,508,824 
1,723,997 

864,593 
7,778,184 
4,250,764 

861,327 



$292.86 

358.79 
314.60 
368.51 
240.81 
338.46 

402.62 
320.66 
371.41 
344.82 
340.26 

294.53 
387.97 
349.70 
229.38 
279.77 

180.60 
2*9.95 
282.65 
391.83 
408.57 

185.21 
346.29 £ 
333. 18 
136.38 



$11,905,013 



11,905,013 



$719,575 
89,157 



811 



28,104 
26,334 

1,997 



68,900 

67,539 
24,801 
3,887 
715 
216 



3,526 
361,957 
41,631 



$265,046,995 

5,784.748 
23,601,890 
73,649,563 
/29, 398,426 

2,200,033 

2,093,556 
5,788,757 
4,825,398 
5,574,203 
2,051,108 

6,304,854 
2.218,921 
11,226,161 
5,097,641 
1,058,592 

21,595,255 
40,909,583 
1,272,572 
4,509,539 
1,724,213 

864,593 
7,781,710 
4,612,721 

902,958 



lie 77, Section 128A calls for the new formula to be phased in over 5 years with 607. additional funds to be added to the State support basis for 1973-74 
c ated in the prior formula. 
;les $37,446 for Lida Lee Tall School. 



TABLE 

142 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 


1965 


-66 


1966-67 


1967 


-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


- 

1975-76 


Total State 


$7,073 


$7,564 


$8,253 


$8,945 


$/9,979 


$10,432 


$10,881 


$11,390 


$12,004 




— 

y 14 , J\J 1 


Allegany 


6» 


676 


6,927 


7, 


915 


8,799 


9 


,123 


9,646 


10,064 


10 


299 


10 


957 


11,794 


13,595 


Anne Arundel 


6. 


455 


7 ,000 


7, 


368 


8, 100 


9 


,247 


10,283 


11,101 


11, 


477 


11 


721 


13,063 


14, 19b 


Baltimore City 


6, 


917 


7,760 


8, 


297 


9,061 






9,982 


9,968 


10 


091 


10.325 


1 1 , 469 




Baltimore 


7, 


098 


7,664 


8, 


434 


8,984 


9 


,784 


10,677 


11,115 


11 = 


984 


12, 


837 


14,117 


i h no s 

lO , UUJ 


Calvert 


6» 


451 


6,791 


6» 


886 


8,248 


8 


,554 


9,934 


9, 524 


10, 


514 


10, 


586 


1 1 , 597 


1 J) zoo 


Caroline 


6, 


252 


6,518 


7, 


155 


7,853 


7 


,596 


8,240 


8,853 


9, 


292 


9, 


255 


10,500 


11,493 


Carroll 


6, 


488 


6,782 


7, 


597 


7,571 


8 


,304 


9,343 


9,908 


9, 


603 


10, 


673 


11,477 


11,657 


Cecil 


6, 


583 


7,419 


7, 


887 


8,069 


9 


,159 


9,543 


9,503 


10, 


288 


10, 


578 


1 1 , 509 


L L , OH J 


Char les 


6, 


734 


6,702 


7, 


963 


8, 168 


8 


,641 


9, 118 


9 ,816 


10, 


511 


11, 


835 


11,667 


1 1 OA? 


Dorches ter 


6, 


362 


6,584 


7, 


750 


8, 198 


8 


,564 


8, 768 


9,724 


10, 


230 


10, 


567 


1 1 , 087 


i. L , O J J 


Frederick 


7, 


222 


7,421 


7 


286 


7,826 


a 

V 




9,542 


10,632 


I 1 

II > 


1 7 1 
1/1 


12, 


412 


12,733 


13,068 


Garrett 


6, 


490 


6,645 


6, 


938 


7,749 


8 


,120 


8,165 


8,693 


8, 


900 


9, 


481 


10,067 


10,846 


Harford 


6, 


616 


6,682 


7, 


627 


8,275 


8 


,633 


9,078 


10,084 


10, 


631 


11, 


745 


12, 543 


J- J f , 'UJ 


Howard 


6, 


915 


7,262 


7, 


939 


8,884 


9 


,278 


10, 576 


10,763 


10, 


898 


11, 


734 


13,082 


14, 241 


Kent 


6, 


359 


6,562 


6, 


683 


7, 104 


7 


,780 


8,391 


8,493 


9, 


965 


10, 


384 


10,829 


11,858 


Montgomery 


8, 


315 


8,652 


9, 


484 


10,463 


11 


,564* 


12,005 


12,991 


13, 


872 


14, 


543 


15,859 


18,122 


Prince George' s 


7, 


142 


7,555 


8, 


326 


8,925 


10 


,870 


10,908 


11,537 


12, 


021 


12, 


627 


13,862 


15,177 


Queen Anne 1 s 


6, 


563 


6,742 


6, 


888 


7,106 


8 


,054 


8,493 


8,774 


9, 


463 


9, 


527 


11,040 


11,860 


St. Mary's 


5, 


634 


6, 196 


6, 


739 


7,757 


7 


,924 


8,513 


9,105 


9, 


258 


10, 


104 


11,059 


11,508 


Somerset 


6,354 


6,602 


7, 


468 


7,984 


8 


,009 


7,808 


8,300 


8, 


329 


9, 


368 


9,783 


10,470 


Talbot 


6, 


270 


6,722 


7, 


733 


7,810 


8 


,663 


9,029 


9,514 


9, 


628 


10, 


413 


10,911 


12,125 


Washing ton 


7,207 


7,137 


8, 


457 


8,903 


9 


,489 . 


10,556 


10,296 


10, 


565 


11, 


390 


11,481 


13,235 


Wicomico 


6, 


432 


6,727 


7, 


535 


8,322 


8 


,441 


8,522 


9,422 


9, 


790 


10, 


334 


11,319 


11,982 


Worcester 


6, 


281 


6,910 


7, 


170 


7,315 


8 


,267 


8,940 


9,121 


9, 


547 


10, 


447 


11,464 


12,558 



•'Prior to 1967-68, salaries of kindergarten and prekindergar ten teachers were not used to compute these averages. 
/County average only. 
/Data not available. 



TABLE 

143 

Average Salary* per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Loca 1 Uni t 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 






















Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teacher s 


lOLdi o ta te 


$14,507 


$22,277 


$14,075 


$14,005 


$22,090 


$13,494 


$14,997 


$22,512 


$14,633 


Allegany 


13,595 


18,770 


13,264 


13, 146 


18,169 


12,812 


13,995 


19 


349 


13,665 


Anne Arundel 


14,196 


21,717 


13,855 


13,956 


21,870 


13,527 


14,422 


21 


509 


14,159 


Baltimore City 


12,890 


19,133 


12,590 


12,617 


18,982 


12,265 


13,186 


19 


354 


12,937 


Ddl L 1 MIL) L t 


16,005 


24,359 


15,473 


15,282 


24,931 


14,568 


16,651 


25,461 


16,260 




13,288 


21,258 


12,759 


13,512 


20,163 


12,995 


13,091 


22,552 


12,554 


Carol ine 


11,493 


17,513 


11,185 


11,063 


17,536 


10,833 


11,932 


17 


500 


11,557 


Carroll 


11,657 


19,290 


11,258 


11,118 


18,789 


10,723 


12,352 


19 


915 


11,949 




12,843 


20,350 


12,393 


12,200 


20,058 


11,741 


13,466 


20 


618 


13,026 


Char i e s 


13,042 


21,733 


12,596 


13, 157 


22,706 


12,677 


12,947 


20 


959 


12,529 


Dor che s ter 


12,855 


18,370 


12,490 


12,448 


17,995 


12,095 


13,395 


18 


831 


13,021 


Frederick 


13,068 


21,785 


12,554 


12,164 


19,921 


11,568 


13,994 


25 


223 


13,531 


Garrett 


10,846 


15,974 


10,491 


10,485 


15,481 


10,047 


11,395 


17 


453 


11,137 


Harford 


13, 205 


20,990 


12,828 


13,030 


20,256 


12,592 


13,380 


22 


174 


13,059 


Howard 


14,241 


23,949 


13,746 


14,189 


25,468 


13,701 


14,285 


23 


004 


13,783 


Kent 


11,858 


20,767 


11,215 


11,411 


21,349 


10,708 


12,395 


20 


095 


11,827 


Montgomery 


18, 122 


28,068 


17,591 


17,378 


28,428 


16,690 


18,745 


27 


667 


18,334 


Prince George's 


15,177 


22,471 


14,677 


14,900 


22,688 


14,324 


15,471 


22 


201 


15,049 


Queen Anne's 


11,860 


19,171 


11,478 


10,002 


19,201 


9,561 


13,393 


19 


195 


13,387 


St. Mary's 


11,508 


17,747 


11,152 


11,374 


16,694 


11,084 


11,631 


18 


642 


11,216 


Somerset 


10,470 


14,495 


10, 139 


10,680 


15,030 


10,300 


10,311 


14 


047 


10,018 


Talbot 


12,125 


17,940 


11,825 


11,913 


18,648 


11,659 


12,297 


17 


587 


11,964 


Washing ton 


13,235 


19,542 


12,866 


12,126 


18,305 


11,732 


14,301 


20 


953 


13,947 


Wicomico 


11,982 


17,900 


11,586 


12,027 


17,294 


11,569 


11,937 


18 


956 


11,602 


Worcester 


12,558 


20,113 


12,201 


11,731 


19,248 


11,416 


13., 396 


20,815 


13,005 



*Excludes aides. 

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



TABLE 

144 

Cost of School Transportation and Number of Pupils Transported: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Locsl Unit 


Expenditures 


State Aid 


Pupils Transported 
















Total 


Per 


Total 


Pe r 


Number 


Percent 






Pup i 1 




Pup i 1 






Total State 


$57,169,339 


$m 


$46,753,750 


$ 91 


515,417 


58.5 


Al legany 


1,222,266 


121 


1,190,115 


117 


10,135 


63.4 


Anne Arundel 


4,794,730 


93 


4,620,893 


90 


51,375 


65.9 


Baltimore City 


6,716,282 


120 


4,060,049 


72 


56, 104 


33.7 


Bal timore 


5,926,160 


90 


5,168,712 


79 


65,802 


53.4 


Calvert 


836,701 


122 


803,353 


117 


6,860 


99.1 


Caroline 


622,732 


131 


593,080 


125 


4,742 


90.3 


Carroll 


1,664,812 


95 


1,600,936 


92 


17,473 


90.7 


Cecil 


1,018,138 


98 


976,052 


94 


10,403 


77.6 


Charles 


1,868,541 


114 


1,913,429 


117 


16,365 


96. 1 


Dorchester 


631,221 


133 


623,902 


131 


4,748 


77.5 


Frederick 


1,673,610 


101 


1,540,816 


93 


16,515 


73.6 


Garrett 


802,365 


146 


773,521 


140 


5,513 


95.4 


Harford 


2,152,958 


87 


2,093,223 


84 


24,777 


73.2 


Howard 


1,910,958 


124 


1,658,329 


108 


15,379 


64.0 


Kent 


444,095 


148 


• 412,098 


138 


2,997 


83. 3 


Montgomery 


7,454,408 


116 


5,275,384 


82 


64,326 


52.6 


Prince George's 


11,220,189 


129 


7,485,778 


86 


86,977 


58.5 


Queen Anne ' s 


654,908 


154 


627,400 


147 


4,266 


89.7 


St. Mary's 


1,310,792 


115 


1,244,083 


109 


11,416 


95.2 


Somerset 


478,803 


150 


444,108 


140 


3,182 


73.3 


Talbot 


366,868 


107 


354,752 


104 


3,427 


73.8 


Washington 


1,326,814 


78 


1,314,732 


77 


17,028 


73.4 


Wicomico 


1,330,158 


124 


1,300,105 


121 


10,710 


78.6 


Worcester 


740,830 


151 


678,900 


139 


4,897 


77.2 



TABLE 

145 

Number of Transportation Vehicles and Miles Travelled: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



I 1 T Tti i t* 
LULU i U 11 1 L 






Number 


of Vehicles 






Nun 


iber of 


Miles Travelled 




To tal 


Buses 


Other 
Vehic les* 


Total 


Average per 
Vehicle 


Contrac tor- 
Owned 


Piihl i r 1 u- 
r u u i it. i. y 

Owned 


Total State 




r too 

J , ZUU 


2,718 


2,355 


127 


65 




044 


1 1 




Allegany 




180 


144 


22 


14 


1, 


578 


855 


9 


342 


Anne Arundel 




489 


429 


49 


11 


6, 


523, 


144 


14 


496 


Baltimore City 




7 77 


104 


95 


Jo 


2, 


226, 


878 


10 


122 


Bal timore 




DO J 


109 


546 


10 


7, 


586, 


763 


12, 


519 


i ver l 




7 A 


76 


- 




I, 


320, 


969 


18, 


605 


Caroline 




72 


70 




2 




940, 


585 


13, 


832 


Carroll 




189 


182 


6 


1 


2, 


535, 


216 


14, 


084 


Cec i 1 




125 


1 19 


6 




1, 


511, 


372 


12, 


701 


Lnar ics 




166 


153 


4 


Q 

7 


3, 


195, 


730 


19, 


727 


UUL C 1 1 1- b ICI 




7 


66 


1 


o 




937, 


526 


13, 


021 


Frederick 




199 


/a 


121 


• 


2, 


349, 


354 


13, 


052 


Garrett 




105 


86 


10 


9 


1, 


403, 


287 


14, 


319 


nan ora 




97 S 


231 


44 




2, 


891, 


704 


11, 


385 


H/~\T.T n Y" H 

nuwdi u 




9 1 Q 


219 






2, 


621, 


073 


12, 


662 


Ken t 




J4 


46 


6 


i 




677, 


022 


13, 


540 


Montgomery 




563 




555 


8 


6, 


789, 


074 


13, 


132 


Prince George' s 




805 


3 


796 


6 


ft, 


054, 


723 


15, 


418 


Queen Anne ' s 




78 


62 


12 


4 


1, 


112, 


024 


15, 


027 


St. Mary's 




123 


114 


6 


3 


1, 


953, 


038 


16, 


551 


Somerset 




56 


55 




1 




581, 


238 


10, 


764 


Talbot 




46 


46 








530, 


814 


11, 


796 


Washington 




169 


90 


76 


3 


1, 


900, 


tea 


11, 


591 


Wicomico 




152 


152 






1, 


806, 


278 


12, 


288 


Worcester 




84 


84 






1, 


031, 


489 




■ ■ 



*Less than 12 capacity. 



TABLE 

146 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 















Expenditures 


for 


Capital 


Outlay 




Local Unit 


Total 














Admini s tr a tion 










Elementary 


Secondary 


Buildings 


Total State 




A.78 


441 




9ft 7 

JUL) 


99D 


l 97 


AS9 


90 l 

JU L 


C ") A A 9 
^) J , HH J , 


ft l n 


Allegany 


5 


,110, 


917 




LL 9 S 


O 7 J 




OH/, 


9Aft 

LOO 


97 
J ' , 


7 Sll 


Anne Arundel 


24 


,483, 


006 


1 > 


1 ftfi 




9 9 
IS, 


1 fl7 
1VJ / , 


J 7 1 


1 ftQ 

J- O 7 , 


1 lVS 


Baltimore City 


26 


,660, 


908 


19, 


057, 


219 


6, 


581, 


813 


21, 


876 


Bal timore 


13 


,487, 


627 


4, 


130, 


674 


9, 


270, 


029 


86, 


924 


Calvert 


c 
J 


7 A 9 

, 24Z, 


Oil 




9n 9 


JO J 


A 

'♦j 


ft A A 
040 , 


7ft 1 


Q 9 


AA 


Caroline 


3 


,816, 


507 


i 


AHA 






1 , 




1U, 


I o u 


Carroll 


12 


,022, 


601 


7 
' » 


7 "i 7 


D jo 


A 

4 > 


1 A A 


QA ^ 






Cecil 


3 


,445, 


831 


1, 


450, 


703 


1, 


990, 


973 




155 


Charles 


10 


,563, 


251 


2, 


901, 


827 


7, 


641, 


358 


20, 


066 


Dor che s ter 


1 


, 31 / , 


7 9 7 
til 


2, 


960 , 


306 


4, 


J JO , 


459 




V / 1 


Frederick 


12 


,217, 


334 


3, 


178 , 


CnC 

JZO 


8, 


/. o o 

M-y z , 


1 ^ /. 


R A A 
JHO ? 


A ^ ^ 

OJJ 


Garrett 


5 


,930, 


311 


2, 


701, 


698 


3, 


214, 


487 


14, 


126 


Ha t f 7 r>T/i 

naL LULU 


1 


,876, 


807 




314, 


783 


1, 


562, 


024 






Howard 


16 


,117, 


929 




363, 


701 


15, 


741, 


477 


12, 


751 


ICe n t 


1 


,213, 


544 


1, 


136, 


684 




54, 


883 


21, 


977 


Montgomery 


22 


,030, 


915 


8, 


131, 


524 


12, 


156, 


674 


1,742, 


717 


Prince George' s 


11 


,224, 


374 


3, 


615, 


848 


7, 


161, 


285 


447, 


241 


Queen Anne 1 s 




220, 


008 




55, 


427 




164, 


581 






St. Mary's 


4 


,298, 


163 


2, 


146, 


052 


2, 


149, 


497 


2, 


614 


Somer se t 




106, 


070 




33, 


758 




72, 


312 






Talbot 


1 


,527, 


553 




18, 


574 


1, 


508, 


979 






Washington 


9 


,436, 


445 


1, 


645, 


258 


7, 


778, 


159 


13, 


028 


Wicomico 


1 


, 772, 


668 




281, 


617 


1, 


490, 


955 




96 


Worcester 


2 


, 355, 


308 


1, 


981, 


523 




195, 


695 


178, 


090 



TABLE 

147 

Value* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


To te 


1 


Elementary 


Secondary 


To tal 


Average 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 




Value 


per Pupil 


Value 


per Pupil 


Value 


per Pupil 


Total State 


$2,715,224,541 


$3,212 


$1,196,083,385 


$2,777 


$1,519,141,150 


$3,663 


Al legany 


78, 377 , 100 


5,098 


26,179,200 


3,538 


52, 197,900 


6 , 548 


Anne Arundel 


209,914,000 


2,817 


85,580,000 


2,255 


124, 334,000 


3,400 


Baltimore City 


318,965,449 


1,996 


145,415,502 


1,702 


173,549,947 


2 333 


Baltimore 


396,077,806 


3,328 


176,536,223 


3,115 


219,541,583 


3,' 521 


Calvert 


30,428,835 


4,610 


14,614,776 


4,123 


15,814,059 


5,174 


Caroline 


26,863,931 


5, 365 


11,123,931 


4,435 


15, 740,000 


6, 298 


Carroll 


90,758,606 


4,918 


39,714,455 


4,135 


51,044, 151 


5, 767 


Cecil 


51,677,011 


4,104 


19,244,904 


3,242 


32,432, 107 


4,873 


Charles 


77,702,536 


4,757 


32,994,648 


3,723 


44,707,888 


5,983 


Dorchester 


15,117,500 


2,589 


5,686,500 


1,945 


9,431,000 


3,236 


Frederick 


72,446, 147 


3, 368 


33,560,158 


3,015 


38,885,989 


3,745 


Garrett 


16,172,969 


2,821 


8,078,605 


2,586 


8,094,364 


3,211 


Harford 


117,969,300 


3,635 


53,9l»l,720 


3,144 


64,037,580 


4,187 


Howard 


106,897,200 


4,620 


41,566,200 


3,401 


65,331,000 


5,987 


Kent 


19,716,114 


5,788 


12,248,066 


7,701 


7,468,048 


4,113 


Montgomery 


281,594,062 


2,393 


114,944,976 


1,996 


166,649,086 


2,773 


Prince George ' s 


564,000,000 


3,976 


282,000,000 


3,878 


282,000,000 


4,079 


Queen Anne ' s 


18,096,900 


3,950 


7,071,400 


3, 151 


11,025,500 


4,718 


St. Mary's 


41,898,672 


3,674 


18,690,274 


2,956 


23,208,398 


4,568 


Somerset 


7,439,413 


1,797 


3,789,438 


1,775 


3,649,975 


1,820 


Talbot 


25,002,000 


5,653 


7,258,700 


3,291 


17,743,300 


8,001 


Washington 


67,685,600 


3,031 


28,207,800 


2,457 


^39,477,800 


3,639 


Wicomico 


56,823,304 


4,342 


21,994,284 


3,206 


34,829,020 


5,593 


Worcester 


23,600,086 


3,883 


5,651,625 


1,885 


17,948,461 


5,327 



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



TABLE 

148 

; iand Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1976 



Local Unit 


School Bonded Indebtedness as of 


June 30, 1976 


1975 Assessed 

Valuation 
Taxable at 
Full Rate for 
County Purposes 
(Thousands) 


Asse s sed 
Valua tion 
per Dollar 
of School 
Bonded In- 
deb tedne s s 


Per c en t 
School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 
is of Assess- 
ed Valuation 


Total 


County 
Bonds 


State 
Loan 


Total State 


$790,391,394 


$651,140,121 


$139,251,273 


$25,936,461 


$33 


3.0 


Al legany 


3,376,941 


2,325,000 


1,051,941 


397,551 


118 


0.8 


Anne Arundel 


70,662,589 


53,710,000 


16,952,589 


2,029,474 


29 


3.5 


Baltimore City 


??fi ILL Q-»7 


180 7 50 380 


40,494,557 


3,124,581 


14 


7.1 


Baltimore 


111,458,044 


87,294,000 


24,164,044 


4,276,435 


38 


2.6 


Calvert 


3,465,702 


3,070,000 


395,702 


436,239 


126 


0.8 


Caro 1 ine 


2,676,794 


2,425,000 


251,794 


84,092 


31 


3. 2 


Carroll 


9,861,323 


7,232,823 


2,628,500 


526,596 


53 


1.9 


Cecil 


5 813 501 


5 530 000 


283,501 


274, 150 


47 


2. 1 


Charles 


13,089,567 


10,540,000 


2,549,567 


496,919 


38 


2.6 


Dorchester 


2, 190,242 


2,125,000 


65,242 


156,416 


71 


1.4 


Frederick 


19,879,424 


17,250,000 


2,629,424 


644,689 


32 


3. 1 


Garrett 


457,918 


100,000 


357,918 


149,637 


326 


0.3 


Harford 


26,677,345 


23,170,000 


3,507,345 


808,574 


30 


3.3 


Howard 


18,625,408 


16,695,000 


1,930,408 


942, 230 


51 


2.0 


Kent 


2,704,327 


2,110,000 


594, 327 


106,036 


39 


2.5 


Montgomery 


97,605,867 


83,131,952 


14,473,915 


5,211,505 


53 


1.9 


Prince George's 


141,307,575 


118,337,000 


22,970,575 


4,145,903 


29 


3.4 


Queen Anne' s 


2,387,152 


2, 100,000 


287,152 


147,422 


62 


1.6 


St. Mary's 


2,510,206 


800,000 


1,710,206 


249,776 


99 


1.0 


Somerset 


1,192,003 


1, 120,000 


72,003 


84,186 


71 


1.4 


Talbot 


3,700,011 


3,160,000 


540,011 


210,665 


57 


1.8 


Washing ton 


16,700,423 


16,220,000 


480,423 


582,349 


35 


2.9' 


Wicomico 


9,220,644 


9,193,966 


26,678 


378,657 


41 


2.4 


Worcester 


4,083,451 


3,250,000 


833,451 


472,379 


116 


0.9 



TABLE 

149 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments 
per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: June 30, 1976 



T ~ , ,,i i| n : i- 

loc a. i uni u 


i>cnoo i 
Bonded 
Indebtedness 


Interest 
Payments 


Total State 


$ 934.96 


$42.92 


Al legany 


219.68 


8.40 


Anne Arundel 


948. 16 


47.97 


Baltimore City 


1,381.29 


63. 15 


Ba 1 1 imo r e 


936 . 41 


41.11 


Calvert 


525.02 


32. 30 


Caroline 


534.61 


24.57 


Carroll 


534.35 


28.72 


Cecil 


461.68 


19. 29 


Char le s 


801. 36 


38. 65 


Dorchester 


375. 16 


12.94 


Frederick 


■)24. 11 


38. 73 


Garrett 


79.86 


3.53 


Harford 


822. 13 


11 do 

J J . OZ 


Howard 


805.05 


40.88 


Kent 


793.92 


35.09 


Montgomery 


829.32 


36. 78 


Prince George's 


996.24 


47.56 


Queen Anne 1 s 


521. 10 


18.47 


St. Mary's 


220. 12 


9.38 


Somerset 


287.92 


14.05 


Talbot 


714.46 


• 35.49 


Washington 


747.87 


28.97 


Wicomico 


704.58 


32. 28 


Worcester 


671.86 


34.89 



*Includes general school construction loans. 



TABI: 

151 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: 
State of Maryland: 1967-68 - 1975-76 



Local Unit 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


Total State 


$14,037,875 


$14,966,569 


$15,894,206 


$17,135,058 


$19,904,730 


$19,810,228 


$21,865,878 


$22,930,164 


$25,936,461 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


261,552 
844,717 
2,965,398 
2,452,434 
59,149 


276,803 
927,098 
3,017,434 
2,534,266 
66,138 


286,656 
1,015,679 
3,017,790 
2,618,398 
76,120 


302,826 
1,084,423 
3,054,249 
2,778,965 
86,721 


330,150 
1,316,798 
3,073,132 
3,195,554 

111,545 


331,185 
1,303,002 
3,053,592 
3,190,385 

110,632 


348,617 
1,594,788 
3,038,555 
3,648,984 

137,371 


363,736 
1,744,005 
3,065,912 
3,752,081 

158,457 


397,551 
2,029,474 
3,124,581 
4,276,435 

436,239 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


49,217 
231,302 
147,326 
142,337 

89,370 


53,330 
254,832 
158,242 
163,743 

96,007 


54,775 
275,529 
166,685 
178,975 

99,666 


57,533 
291,179 
176,283 
204,381 
103,557 


62,882 
362,950 
207,604 
376,822 
124,373 


63,241 
361,160 
207,804 
375,689 
127,057 


69,695 
406,629 
228,222 
406,175 
141,629 


71,830 
446,713 
241,453 
446,800 
142,133 


84,092 
526,596 
274,150 
496,919 
156,416 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


340,955 
76,154 
356,604 
249,317 
67,668 


358,183 
81,143 
393, 215 
285,885 
73,105 


381,960 
81,460 
428,869 
334,009 
74,904 


417,455 
87,068 
459,937 
397,324 
77,240* 


488,954 
108,796 
551,256 
600,805 
83,374 


484,548 
113,941 
546,202 
600, 169 
83,260 


541,632 
126,340 
641,945 
710,961 
89,773 


585,217 
130,837 
697,766 
819,006 
92,342 


644,689 
149,637 
808,574 
942,230 
106,036 


Montgomery 
Prince George' s 
Queen Anne 1 s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


2,578,683 
2,116,012 
71,079 
87,116 
48,090 


2,822,085 
2,312,562 
80,453 
96,437 
50,358 


3,115,579 
2,514,033 
84,050 
110,211 
52,135 


3,459,550 
2,826,381 
88,449 
123,804 
55,543 


4,114,621 
3,293,472 

99,403 
161,346 

63,080 


4,099,344 
3,260,758 

99,449 
157,211 

61,621 


4,506,391 
3,565,386 
114,923 
180,558 
67,025 


4,665,026 
3,704,092 
122,250 
206,272 
73,553 


5,211,505 
4,145,903 
147,422 
249,776 
84,186 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


100,494 
350,883 
213,169 
138,849 


115,173 
376,147 
225,603 
148,327 


124,854 
394,523 
239,366 
167,980 


136,392 
420,878 
254,163 
190,757 


156,318 
463,047 
288,864 
269,584 


155,279 
469,076 
288,654 
266,969 


162,613 
497,162 
310,500 
330,004 


176,682 
508,897 
335,616 
379,488 


210,665 
582,349 
378,657 
472,379 



TABLE 

151 

1975-76 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at 
Full Rate 


County Commissioners 


State 
Tax 
Commission 


Total 


Real Estate 
6/30/76 


Personal 
Property 


Total State 


$25 


,936, 


461 


$20,981, 


586 


$20, 


821, 


310 


$160, 


276 


$4,954, 


875 


Allegany 




397. 


551 


263, 


598 




256, 


210 




388 


133. 


953 


Anne Arundel 


2 


079 


474 


1 705 


306 


1 


695, 


445 


9 


861 


324 


168 


Baltimore City 


3 


124 


581 


2. 135. 


938 


2 . 


102, 


202 


33. 


736 


988, 


643 


Bal timore 


4 


77f> 


435 


3 529 


071 


3 

-> > 


504, 


266 


74 


805 


747 


364 


Calvert 




436, 


239 


151, 


953 




150, 


226 


L, 


727 


284, 


286 


Caroline 




Ot, 


OQ7 


67 


699 




67 


043 




656 


16 


393 


Carroll 




526 , 


596 


424. 


104 




422. 


383 


■ , 


721 


102, 


492 


Cecil 




II 1 *, 


1 so 


7 7 S 


7 1 7 




? 7 1 


741 




976 


48 


933 


Charles 




496, 


919 


284, 


961 




283, 


102 


L, 


859 


211, 


958 


Dorchester 




156, 


416 


102, 


934 




101, 


305 


1, 


629 


53, 


482 


Frederick 




644, 


689 


541, 


698 




536, 


469 


5, 


229 


102, 


991 


Garrett 




149, 


637 


92, 


560 




90, 


437 


2, 


123 


57, 


077 


Harford 




808, 


574 


646, 


702 




643, 


368 


3, 


334 


161, 


872 


Howard 




942, 


230 


815, 


183 




813, 


704 


L, 


479 


127, 


047 


Kent 




106, 


036 


86, 


997 




86, 


997 






19, 


039 


Montgomery 


5 


,211, 


505 


4,589, 


251 


h 


570, 


970 


18, 


281 


622, 


254 


Prince George' s 


4 


,145, 


903 


3,604, 


424 


3, 


592, 


224 


12, 


200 


541, 


479 


Queen Anne ' s 




147, 


422 


126, 


671 




126, 


188 




483 


20, 


751 


St. Mary's 




249, 


776 


202, 


402 




199, 


884 


2, 


518 


47, 


374 


Somerset 




84, 


186 


65, 


736 




64, 


407 


L 


329 


18, 


450 


Talbot 




210, 


665 


195, 


055 




195, 


055 






15, 


610 


Washing ton 




582, 


349 


428, 


596 




420, 


830 


7, 


766 


153, 


753 


Wicomico 




378, 


657 


286, 


359 




282, 


621 


3, 


7 38 


92, 


298 


Worcester 




472, 


379 


409, 


171 




392, 


733 


16, 


438 


63, 





Source: Department of Assessments and Taxation. 



TABLE 

152 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at Full 
Rate 

/ ml . J \ 

(Thousands; 


Number 

of 
Pupils 
Belonging* 


Wealth 

per 
Pupil 


Population 
1975/ 


Weal th 

Der 
Cap i ta 


Total State 


$25,936,461 


845,377.4 


$30,680 


4,122,300 


$6,292 


Al legany 


397,551 


15,372.3 


25,862 


81,100 


4,902 


Anne Arundel 


2,029,474 


74,526.2 


27,232 


337,400 


6,015 


Baltimore City 


3,124,581 


159,811.0 


19,552 


828,900 


3,770 


Bal timore 


4,276,435 


119,026.4 


35,928 


653,800 


6,541 


Calvert 


436,239 


6,601.0 


66,087 


26,400 


16,524 


Caroline 


84,092 


5,007.0 


16,795 


20,400 


4,122 


Carroll 


526,596 


18,454.9 


28,534 


80,500 


6,542 


Cecil 


274,150 


12,592.0 


21,772 


54,700 


5,012 


Charles 


496,919 


16,334.2 


30,422 


60,300 


8,241 


Dorchester 


156,416 


5,838.2 


26,792 


29,400 


5,320 


Frederick 


644,689 


21,512.0 


29,969 


95,200 


6,772 


Garrett 


149,637 


5,734.0 


26,096 


23,100 


6,478 


Harford 


808,574 


32,449.2 


24,918 


131,400 


6,154 


Howard 


942,230 


23,135.8 


40,726 


97,100 


9,704 


Kent 


106,036 


3,406. 3 


31, 129 


16,600 


6,388 


Montgomery 


5,211,505 


117,693.8 


44,280 


581,800 


8,958 


Prince George's 


4,145,903 


141,840. 2 


29,229 


692,700 


5,985 


Queen Anne ' s 


147,422 


4,581.0 


32,181 


19,900 


7,408 


St. Mary's 


249,776 


11,403.9 


21,903 


53,800 


4,643 


Somerset 


84,186 


4,140. 1 


20,334 


19,200 


4,385 


Talbot 


210,665 


4,422.9 


47,631 


25,400 


8,294 


Washington 


582,349 


22,330.5 


26,079 


107,700 


5,407 


Wicomico 


378,657 


13,086.7 


28,934 


58,300 


6,495 


Worcester 


472,379 


6,077.8 


77,722 


27,200 


17,367 



*Includes half-time kindergarten pupils expressed in full-time equivalents. ^ 
/Source: Maryland State Department of Health, Division of Statistical Research and Records. 



TABLE 

153 

Summary of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



I . 

^ocal Unit 




Cash Income 


Other Revenue 


Total 
Ca sh 
Income 


Federal. Reimbursement 




Chi ldren' s 
Payments 


All 
Other 
Income* 


Nonfood 
Assistance 


Value of 
U.S.D.A. 
Commodi- 
ties/ 


School Lunch Program 




School 
Break- 
fast 
Program 


Statt 
Reim- 
burse- 
ment 


Total 
Federal 
Reim- 
burse- 
ment 


Total 

School 

Lunch 


All 
Lunches 


rice diiLi 
R p Hi i c 

Lunches 
Only 


Special 

Milk 
Program 


tL State 


$68,392,956 


$26,408,218 


$22,455,095 


$7,699,602 


$14,755,493 


$2,808,630 


$1, 144,493 


$3,612,596 


$20,747,851 


$17,624,291 


$260,045 


$6,476,608 


Ulegany 


1,874,132 




796,548 


597,599 


216,011 


381,588 


OU , j Z 1 


1 JO, 420 


119,913 


677 812 


779 ASQ 

L 1 7 , O J 7 


7A S S 7 


1Q1 Q 1 A 


Vnne Arundel 


4,495,859 


i 

L 




1, 140,076 


538, 743 


601,333 


OAfl 7Q7 
ZOO y 17 l 


1 A 1 1 S 
J4, / ID 


41,085 


1 AA4 fifSft 


1 1 7A 4SA 


1 Afi 1 


/ t£ /.Oft 
SOO i **77 


Baltimore City 


15,000,470 


9 


,887,050 


9,122,459 


1,827,291 


7,295, 168 


^11 717 

J 1 L y 1 1 / 


1 ^ O O 1 A 

I J 1 , 8 /4 


1.926 658 


1 037 9AO 


7 1ST 7A7 


A 7 UUC\ 


/.AO 1 A £ 


Baltimore 


8,094,896 


1 


,388,699 


1,026,140 


504,895 


521,245 


362,559 




138,878 


2.065 407 


U SO 1 917 




1 111 7A7 


2alver t 


570,642 




301,948 


291,971 


89,593 


202,378 


9,977 


- 


26,128 


164,248 


78,318 


3,832 


76,396 


Caroline 


497,730 




211,003 


174,847 


62,856 


111,991 


O , 242 


1 Q CI 1 A 

29,914 


14, 270 


136, 502 


1 IS 9SS 




J** | K) ZvJ 


Larroll 


1,352,090 




332,121 


284,080 


173,023 


111,057 


A A 1 1 

44, / / 2 


3, 269 


26, 149 


618 706 


17 S 114 




1 A 7 A C 1 


jeci 1 


946, 734 




376,875 


324, 778 


125, 102 


199,676 


a £. Q n 
40 , 02 / 


5 , 270 


37 , 388 


342 , 838 


1 AQ 6 11 

lO 7 , O J J 


ZU | OU7 


1 1 1 lO 1 


2har les 


1,687, 121 




672,736 


525,484 


183,378 


342,106 


8"", 016 


60,236 


94, 683 


532 , 220 


•JOT ADO 
JO / , ** O £ 


O 1 H J J 


1 A C 7 7 t 


)orches ter 


534,097 




254,873 


231,121 


67,528 


163,593 


2?,752 


- 


40,006 


117,830 


121,388 




55,271 


Frederick 


1,768,937 




616,212 


524,340 


243,705 


280,635 


74,713 


17 , 159 


63,964 


743 , 161 


J*4 J|OUU 


t nil 

o i y / / 


Til 7 1 A 


Barrett 


609,862 




350,591 


2/2,0o/ 


97 ,005 


175 , 682 


20,845 


57 ,059 


13,377 


1 OA 719 

1 OH , / 1 £ 


A 1 1 fl 7 
O 1 | lOZ 


a n <* i 


OA Ql ( 
74, VI J 


1 a 1 i- u L u 


7 7 S 1 f>QS 




982,702 


701,364 


319,955 


381,409 


136,751 


144, 587 


117 177 


qqq nin 






JOo , 300 


1U IvJ l u 


1 617 017 




379,624 


287 ,437 


153,199 


134,238 


78,559 


13,628 


37,316 


665,703 


534,374 


34,523 


135,026 


(ent 


171 111 




114,377 


106,869 


40,034 


66,835 


7,508 




16,413 


94,160 


96,381 


749 


36,355 


Montgomery 


8,826,216 


2 


,048,717 


1,580,405 


902,503 


677,902 


323,072 


145,240 


192,020 


3,900,681 


2,684,798 


27,182 


798,425 


Prince George' s 


11,713,599 


3 


,836,858 


3,121,527 


1,380,954 


1,740,573 


497,440 


217,891 


461,315 


4,642,589 


2,772,837 


17,946 


1,168,196 


}ueen Anne's 


389,121 




162,047 


145,771 


57,309 


88,462 


16,276 




14,064 


146,415 


66,595 


386 


46,557 


St. Mary's 


1,086,580 




556,577 


465,883 


138,609 


327,274 


66,531 


24,163 


88,048 


• 304,751 


137,204 


4,757 


122,840 


Somerset 


387,960 




225,167 


214,609 


56,868 


157,741 


10,558 




41,924 


72,209 


48,660 


2,369 


44,484 


Talbot 


337,032 




124,271 


117,196 


49,084 


68,112 


7,075 






121,097 


91,664 




43,400 


Washington 


1,955,483 




719,737 


633,105 


254,972 


378,133 


86,632 




101,675 


813,584 


320,487 


8,851 


242,332 


Wicomico 


1,020,023 




346,245 


301,782 


135,651 


166,131 


44,463 






359,919 


313,859 


2,033 


107,282 


Worcester 


554,329 




279,592 


263,565 


81,334 


182,231 


16,027 






12", 649 


147,088 




65,549 



*I ludes income from a la carte and adult sales, and income from senior citizens, and other programs. 

/F d acquired through U.S. Department of Agriculture programs; wholesale value based on Baltimore wholesale prices at time of delivery. 



TABLE 

154 

Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 



Local Unit 


Total 
Expenditures 


Food 


Labor 


All Other 
Exp end i tures 


Total State 


$61,247,760 


$31,580,603 


$24,392,835 


$5,274,322 


Al legany 


1,781,704 


950,513 


722,697 


108 494 


Anne Arundel 


4,379,226 


2,477,037 


1,256,708 


645,481 


Baltimore City 


8,790,690 


3,698,534 


3,970,226 


1,121,930 


Baltimore 


8,449,827 


4,236,427 


3,713,440 


499,960 


Calvert 


547,417 


336,762 


173,014 


37,641 


Carol ine 


505,553 


288, 231 


195, 387 


21,935 


Carroll 


1,361,873 


694,327 


576,859 


90,687 


Cecil 


957,314 


502,920 


377,295 


77,099 


Charles 


1,608,148 


878,928 


690,873 


38,347 


Dorchester 


542,622 


310,401 


214,834 


17,387 


Frederick 


1,779,012 


1,032,872 


679 , 500 


66 640 


Garrett 


558,059 


318,586 


220,505 


18,968 


Harford 


2,595,806 


1,370,374 


995,321 


230,111 


Howard 


1,541,778 


879,662 


562,652 


99,464 


Kent 


318,946 


189,834 


100,731 


28,381 


Montgomery 


8,528,761 


4,381,565 


3,461,656 


685,540 


Prince George's 


11,367,607 


5,864,151 


4,369,447 


1,134,009 


Queen Anne 1 s 


421,278 


239,327 


98,157 


83,794 


St. Mary's 


1,082,682 


608,886 


408,331 


65,465 


Somerset 


387,638 


244,357 


109,299 


33,982 


Talbot 


326,093 


202,803 


115,361 


7,929 


Washington 


1,870,084 


943,159 


863,215 


63,710 


Wicomico 


1,002,560 


601,950 


347,116 


53,494 


Worcester 


543,082 


328,997 


170,211 


43,874 



TABLE 

155 

Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 





Na 1 1 nna 1 ^rhnn I I iit 


ir h Prnfrr am 
lL.ll ii Jgi dill 


School Breakfast 


Program 


Special Milk Program 


Local Unit 


local raiQj r ree $ 


Free and Reduced 


Total Paid, Free and 








and Reduced Lunches 


Reduced Breakfasts 


Free and Reduced 


Number of . Pints 




Served 


Lunches Served* 


Served 


Breakfasts Served* 


of Milk Served 


10 ta 1 O Cd Lc 


fS 9 1 OQ 9 9 7 


ZD j ZHU j Joo 


t om QIC 

L , 09 J , 836 


2,559,794 


46,653,515 


Allegany 


1,742,663 


714,784 


397,391 


314,507 


857,765 


Anne Arundel 


4,344,188