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STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual feport 

Department of Education 



>TICAL REVIEW fort' 



JUNE 30, 197S( 



STATE OF MARYLAND 




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C"^ . A)} 



Annual feport 

Department of Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 197S 

showing condition of the Public Schools of Maryland by the State Board of Education 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Maryland State Board of Education 

Bait imore 



Baltimore County 



Pasadena 
Frostburg 
Sa 1 i sbury 
Silver Spring 

DistrictHeights < 
Ca 1 i f orni a 
Ellicott City 

David W. Hornbeck 

Seoretavy -Treasurer of the Board 
State Superintendent of Schools 

Joseph L. Shilling 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 

NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1978. 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. 



William G. Sykes 



President 



Lawrence A. Miller 

Vice President 



G. George Asaki 




May B. Bolt 
Mary Elizabeth Ellis 
Verna M. Fletcher 
Joanne T. Goldsmith 
Albertine T. Lancaster 
Frederick K. Schoenbrodt 



STATE OF MARYIAND 




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. For inquiries re- 
lated to Departmental policy, contact the Office 
of Equal Opportunity. 



DAVID W HORN8ECK 




MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

200 WEST BALTIMORE STREET 
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 21201 
I30II 659 2 2 00 



THE HONORABLE HARRY HUGHES 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Hughes: 

I have the honor to submit the 112th Annual Report 
covering the operations of the Maryland State Department of 
Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1978. 

The report contains detailed statistical data, both 
operational and financial, for all school systems in the State. 
We hope it will be useful both as a historical record and as an 
informational guide to legislators, school board members, and 
the interested public. 

.espectfully submitted. 



DAVID W. HORNBECK 
Secretary-Treasurer 
State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



DWH/djb 



AFFIRMING EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN PRINCIPLE AND PRACTICE 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

CKGROUND DATA TABLE' 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 1 

F.ill Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1977-78 2 

N'umber of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1977 3 

I PIL DATA 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1967 to Fall of 1977 4 

jPreltlndergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1967 to Fall of 1977 5 

(Indergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1967 to Fall of 1977 6 

?all Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-1977 7 

'ublic and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 ; 8 

inrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1977 9 

inrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1977 10 

lonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 11 

Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 12 

lonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 13 

Jonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 14 

:athoUc School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 16 

iiBomer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1977 17 

y-^-jz-cT School Enrollnent by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1977 Is 

'upil Withdrawals: Cause of Termination: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1977-78 19 

'iipll Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1977-78 20 



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I 

Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1978 

Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1978 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1967-68 - 1977-78 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 , 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1977 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1977 

ST AFF DATA 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 

Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

StJff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Staff Employed in Noninstructional Function: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 



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TABLfe 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 41 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 42 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 43 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 44 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 45 

Total Professional Staff at School Level; By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 46 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 47 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 48 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 49 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 50 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 51 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 52 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 53 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 54 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 55 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate; Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 56 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Type of CertiTicate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 57 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 58 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 50 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools; September 1977 r '. 



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Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1977 61 

Separations by Organization: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 62 

Separations: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 63 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 64 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 65 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 66 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 67 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at Combined and Middle School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 68 

New Professional Staff at School Level: By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 69 

New Professional Staff at School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 70 

New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 71 ' 

New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 72 

New Professional Staff at Middle/Combined School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 73' 

New Professional Staff at School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 74 

New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 75* 

New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1. 1976 to September 30, 1977 76^ 

New Professional Staff at Middle/Combined School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1976 to September 30, 1977 T,' 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1977 7l' 

Nicber of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1977 7^ 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1967-68 - 1977-78 c . 



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TABLE 

di t Program Data 

Igh School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1967-68 - 1977-78 81 

iult Education Programs Administered by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1977-78 82 

':ational Adult and Apprentice Education Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1977-78 83 

i:ational-Technical Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: 1977-78 84 

K tional Rehabilitation Data 

\:ational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1977-78 85 

(sracterlstics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1977-78 86 

bcure and Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: State of Maryland: 1977-78 87 

hnber of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1977-78 88 

r icial Data 

HANCIAL STATEMENT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1977-78 89 

Jitement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1977-78 90 

l:al Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 91 

I^enues from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Construction and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 (Includes Teachers' Retirement 
Ad Social Security Paid Direct by State) 92 

I^enue from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by 
cate) 93 

Wenue from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by 
cate) 94 

Ivenue from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 95 

Wenue from All Sources for Debt Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 96 

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Revenue from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1977-78., 
Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 1 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 1 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Maintenance of Plant: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 1 

Disbursements for Administration and Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 1 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: l'rek.-12: 1977-78 (Including Pupil Transportation) 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek,-12: 1977-78 (Excluding Pupil Transportation) 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 (Including Cost of Transportation) 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) ,2 

Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: All Current Expenses - Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78.. 3 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 ■< 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 ^'■ 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 - 1977-78 • 



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TAbLE 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 - 1977-78 117 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 - 1977-78 118 

Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1977-78 (Total Program @ $624 per Pupil with 55% State Contribution) 119 

Calculation of Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1977-78 (5th year of the five-year phase-in program) 120 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 121 

Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 122 

Cost of School Pupil Transportation and Number of Pupils Transported: State of Maryland: 1977-78 123 

Sumber of Transportation Vehicles and Miles Travelled: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 124 

Expenditures for Capital Outlay by Object: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 125 

Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1977-78 126 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: June 30, 1978 127 

>taryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: June 30, 1978 128 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1968-69 - 1977-78 129 

1977-78 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland (Thousands of Dollars) 130 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1977-78 131 

Summary of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 132 

Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 133 

Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 134 

E;>rpenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs by Part of Act: Maryland Public Schools: Secondary: 1977-78 135 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryland Public Schools and State Institutions: Secondary: 1977-r3.-.. l-J^ 

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TABLE 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs by Part of Act: Maryland Public Schools and State Institutions: Post Secondary: 1977-78 137 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryland Public Schools and State Institutions: Post Secondary: 

1977-78 138 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs by Part of Act: Maryland Public Schools and State Institutions: Adult and Multi-Level: 

1977-78 , 139 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryland Public Schools and State Institutions: Adult and Multi-Level 

1977-78 140 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1977-78 141 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1977-78 142 



BACKGROUND DATA: 

WM977 



Annual Report 




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TABLE 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 | 



Local Unit 


Actual 
Number 

Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Dates 
September 

1977 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1978 


Local Unit 


Actual 
Number 

Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Dates 
September 
1977 


Clos ing 
Dates 
June 
1978 


Allegany 


177 


6 


15 


Harford 


179 


7 


16 


Anne Arundel 


178 


7 


16 


Howard 


180 


7 


15 


Baltimore City 


178 


6 


16 


Kent 


180 


6 


14 


Baltimore 


179 


7 


16 










Calvert 


180 


1 


16 


Montgomery 


181 


6 


20 










Prince George *s 


180 


6 


15 


Caroline 


180 


6 


15 


Queen Anne ' s 


180 


6 




Carroll 


180 


6 


15 


St. Mary's 


179 


6 


16 


Cecil 


180 


6 


15 


Somerset 


180 


6 


15 


Charles 


180 


6 


14 










Dorchester 


180 


6 


14 


Talbot 


180 


6 


13 










Washington 


180 


6 


14 


Frederick 


180 


6 


16 


Wicomico 


179 


6 


16 


Garrett 


180 


1 


16 


Worcester 


180 


6 


15 



















TABLE 



2 



Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1977-78 



Type of Educational Program 



Grand Total 



Elementary 



Secondary 



ENROLLMENT 



Total 


967, 6A8 


512,991 


454.657 


Public 


836,807 


421 ,466 


415.341 


Nonpublic 


127,857 


90,680 


37,177 


Campus School at State College 


215 


215 




State Institution 


2,769 


630 


2,139 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 


56,573 


/ 


/ 


Public 


48,280 


22,668 


25.612 


Nonpublic 


7,819 


/ 


/ 


Campus School at State College 


1 2 


12 




State Institution 


462 






NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 




Total 


*2,068 


1,663 


649 


Public 


*1.337 


1,011 


462 


Nonpubl ic 


*706 


635 


165 


Campus School at State College 


1 


1 




State Institution 


*24 


16 


22 



*Excludes Duplicates. 

rBreakdovm by Organization not available. 



TABLE 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1977 ^3 



- 

Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elemen- 






Secondary 


Only 






Coiubinud 


tary 
Only" 


Total 


Junior 
(Grades 7-9) 


Jr. -Sr. 

(Grades 7- 


12) 


Senior 
(Grades 9-12) 


Vocational- 
Technical 


To ta 1 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


1,337 


875 


326 


136 


18 




149 


23 


L JO 


O i 


J J 


Al legany 


33 


22 


8 


2 


3 




2 


I 


3 


- 


3 


Anne Arundel 


109 


74 


23 


8 


1 




12 


2 


12 


9 


3 


Baltimore City 


198 


132 


50 


23 


2 




23 


2 


16 


4 


12 


Bal timore 


163 


109 


45 


22 


2 




18 


3 


9 


4 


5 


Calvert 


14 


9 


3 








2 


1 


2 


2 




Caroline 


9 


4 


4 


2 






2 




1 


- 


1 


Carro 1 1 


Q 

Z9 


Id 


c 
J 










1 


8 


7 


1 


Cecil 


26 


16 


6 


_ 


2 




3 


1 


4 


4 




Charles 


29 


17 


5 


- 


1 




3 


1 


7 


6 


1 


Dor c he s ter 


1 e: 
1 J 


/ 


J 








i. 


1 




3 


2 


Frederick 


36 


22 


9 


1 


3 




4 


1 


5 


3 


2 


Garrett 


16 


1 1 


2 




1 




1 




3 


1 


2 


Harford 


40 


26 


8 


1 


1 




5 


1 


(, 




2 


Howard 


47 


26 


9 


- 


- 




8 


1 


12 


1 1 


L 


Kent 


8 


4 


1 


~ 


■ 




1 


- 


•1 






Montgomery 


191 


131 


52 


30 


1 




21 




8 




6 


Prince George s 




i JO 


OH 


44 






19 




6 




6 


Queen Anne ' s 


9 


5 


1 








1 




3 


3 




St. Mary's 


25 


18 


3 








2 


1 


4 


4 




Somer se t 


17 


10 


4 


1 






2 


1 


3 


1 


2 


Talbot 


12 


7 


3 








2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Washington 


45 


29 


7 








6 


1 


9 


7 


2 


Wicoaico 


25 


16 


7 


2 


1 




3 


1 


2 




1 


Worcester 


15 


8 


4 








3 


1 


3 


3 





*lncludes following one-teacher school: Somerset, 1. 



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PUPIL DATA 




Annual Report 




TABLE 



Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1967 to Fall of 1977 




Local Unit 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1 

1976 


19 7 7 


Total State 


825 


,892 


860 


604 


891, 


981 


913 


196 


922 


051 


920 


896 


9 1 1 


097 


894 


J J. *-» 


880 


900 


860 


879 


Q 7 A an "7 


Al legany 


16 


,448 


16 


474 


16 


602 


17 


653 


17 


589 


17 


273 


16, 


988 


16 


412 


15 


993 


15 


638 


15,153 


Anne Arundel 


62 


,175 


65 


920 


70 


842 


74,028 


75,452 


77 


081 


78, 


172 


77 


941 


77 


929 


77 


049 


75,653 


Baltimore City 


192 


,545 


192,169 


193 


082 


192 


826 


190 


735 


186 


600 


182, 


733 


173 


198 


166 


370 


159 


038 


152, 153 


Baltimore 


118 


,356 


123 


607 


129 


658 


134 


179 


134 


136 


131 


969 


128, 


700 


126 


145 


123 


174 


118 


844 


113,302 


Liaiver L. 


5 


, 284 


5 


466 


5 


606 


5 


891 


6 


117 




287 


6 . 


530 


6 


832 




923 


7 


236 


7 AHA 


Caroline 


5 


,265 


5 


335 


5 


325 


5 


366 


5 


346 


5 


345 


5, 


296 


5 


301 


5,251 


5 


154 


5,061 


Carroll 


13 


,864 


14 


406 


15 


052 


16 


620 


17 


213 


17 


947 


18, 


442 


18 


746 


19 


275 


19,829 


20,202 


Cecil 


11 


, 700 


11 


966 


12,088 


12 


382 


12 


378 


12 


478 


13. 


513 


13 


473 


13 


40 1 


13 


310 


13,333 


Charles 


10 


,765 




692 


12 


431 


13 


165 


14 


437 


15 


674 


16 


358 


16,820 


17 


022 


17 


357 


17,732 


Dorches ter 




, 501 


6 


568 


6 


721 


6 


615 




467 


6 


37 3 


ft 


300 


6 


191 




129 




032 


J f / J L 


Frederick 


17 


,905 


18 


356 


18 


740 


19 


389 


20 


928 


21 


472 


21, 


922 


22 


085 


22 


447 


22 


958 


23,483 


Garrett 


5 


,341 


5 


367 


5 


460 


5 


581 


5 


707 


5 


794 


5, 


783 


5 


7 29 


5 


780 


5 


844 


5,761 


Harford 




941 


28 


162 


29 


761 


30 


670 


31 


620 


32,418 


33, 


163 


33 


365 


33 


847 


33 


955 


33,589 


Howard 


13 


,078 


14 


371 


15 


789 


17,208 


19 


049 


20 


429 


21, 


977 


23 


123 


24 


035 


24 


657 


25,440 


Kent 


3 


,636 


3 


701 


3 


928 


3 


934 


3 


926 


3 


880 


3, 


815 


3 


647 


3 


600 


3 


444 


3,314 


Montgomery 


116 


,015 


121 


936 


125 


456 


125,802 


126 


679 


126 


912 


126, 


177 


124 


324 


122 


272 


117 


630 


112,625 


Prince George' s 


136 


,469 


147 


233 


155 


492 


160 


900 


162 


850 


161 


965 


154, 


496 


151 


210 


148 


558 


144 


747 


139,479 


Queen Anne ' s 


4 


,603 




631 




753 




780 




771 


4 


717 


^. 


651 




643 




756 




884 


4,925 


St, Mary's 


9 


,390 


9 


830 


10 


576 


11 


206 


11 


856 


11 


792 


12, 


027 


12 


079 


11 


990 


12 


159 


12,311 


Somerset 


4 


,484 




476 




748 


4 


674 




629 


4 


508 


4, 


421 




420 


4 


34 3 


4 


286 


4,127 


Talbot 


4 


,483 


4,531 




614 




957 


5 


038 


4 


991 


4,950 




816 


4 


645 


4,500 


4,465 


Washington 


23 


, 122 


23 


470 


23 


873 


23 


980 


24 


053 


24 


016 


23, 


847 


23 


490 


23 


197 


22 


614 


22, i56 


Wicomico 


12 


,746 


14 


082 


14 


487 


14 


658 


14 


468 


14 


386 


1^, 


224 


13 


796 


13 


622 


13 


313 


13,133 


Worcester 


6 


,776 


6 


855 


6 


897 


6 


732 


6 


607 


6 


589 


6,612 


6 


528 


6 


341 


6 


201 


5,98 3 



TABLE 




Prekindergar ten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1967 to Fall of 1977 



Local Unit 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


Total State 


838 


1,841 


1,749 


2,145 


2,260 


2,310 


2,824 


3,808 


4,620 


4, 130 


3,955 


Allegany 


- 


30 


28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


31 


26 


17 


50 


21 


10 


83 


105 


106 


18 




Baltimore City 


745 


842 


854 


1 , 150 


1 , 167 


1,129 


1 , 295 


1 , 899 


2 , 379 


2 , 281 


2,485 


Bal timore 


50 


13 


30 


7 








54 


' L58 


18 


37 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120 


117 


114 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 








■ 










49 


51 


57 


Cecil 
























Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 


99 


120 


120 


50 


48 


49 


Dorches ter 








~ 


~ 


■ 


■ 


■ 




~ 




Frederick 








3 


14 






1 


- 


16 




Garre tt 
























Harford 
















112 


128 


107 




Howard 


- 


66 


105 


- 


- 


- 


- 




28 




- 


Kent 


- 


111 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 




487 


481 


458 


473 


602 


688 


709 


834 


792 


615 


Prince George's 




227 


L L J 




9 






i oo 


z z ^ 


9 1 L 
i LH 


1 7 7 


Queen Anne ' s 
























St. Mary's 




30 






20 


40 


86 


80 


85 


85 


20 


Somerset 
















63 


73 


60 


62 


Talbot 
























Washington 


12 


9 


21 


157 


189 


165 


240 


236 


273 


325 


345 


Wicomico 








63 


76 


75 


118 


123 


118 




108 


Worcester 

























TABLE 



Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1967 to Fall 1977 




. Local Unit 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


Total State 


42 


39 1 


51 


419 


58,437 


61 


781 


62,022 


60 


180 


58,871 


58,479 


58,595 


54 


7 38 


47,922 


/VJ. j-cgdiiy 




30 




. 


45 


1 


140 


1,176 


1 


065 


1 ,082 


1,076 


1,113 


1 


091 


948 


Anno ATiin/lol 




390 




935 


3,837 


5 


023 


4 960 




987 


5 ,085 


5,223 


5,329 


5 


168 


4, 559 


Da i- ^ i-lllU L c \j 1. U y 




781 


14 


946 


15, 128 


13 


934 


13, 201 


12 


436 


11,423 


10,833 


10,515 


9 


782 


8,453 


Baltimore 


2 


122 




370 


7,162 


9 


113 


8,799 


8 


127 


7,799 


7,785 


7,448 


6 


990 


6,077 


Calvert 




98 




252 


313 




338 


398 




417 


418 


422 


451 




4H0 


475 


Caro 1 ine 




334 




369 


369 




359 


352 




307 


328 


342 


360 




349 


295 


Carroll 




- 








1 


088 


1, 136 


1 


239 


1,291 


1 , 244 


1 ,409 


1 


441 


1, 276 


Cecil 






















913 


962 


1 ,003 




895 


861 


Charles 










- 






433 


1 


019 


1,054 


1,122 


1, 159 


1 


118 


1,032 


Dorchester 










369 




354 


366 




329 


385 


326 


366 




384 


310 


Frederick 




- 






_ 




257 


1,319 


1 


382 


1,491 


1,513 


1,708 


1 


671 


1,631 


Garrett 




112 




128 


244 




337 


370 




362 


414 


404 


457 




450 


398 


Harford 




1 7n 

i. / w 


2 


307 


2,436 




350 


2,288 


2,265 


2,271 


2,286 


2,441 


2,299 


2,065 


Howard 


1 
'■ 


015 


1,180 


1,334 


1 


328 


1,387 


1 


486 


1,576 


1,670 


1,7 30 


1 


629 


1,563 


Kent 










291 




zou 


264 




232 


229 


219 


223 




212 


200 


Montgomery 


9 


624 


9 


,656 


9,686 


8 


811 


8,588 


8 


406 


8,295 


8,502 


8, 167 


7 


198 


6,182 


Prince George's 


9 


822 


12 


,127 


12,693 


12 


492 


12,063 


11 


494 


10,256 


9,866 


10,042 


8 


956 


7,385 


Queen Anne ' s 




328 




375 


348 




314 


281 




258 


274 


309 


285 




330 


278 


St. Mary's 




472 




512 


532 




555 


947 




877 


897 


934 


956 




968 


859 


Somerset 










284 




306 


272 




281 


244 


275 


300 




283 


273 


Talbot 














323 


323 




275 


295 


296 


319 




249 


250 


Washington 


1 


,630 


1,806 


1,805 


1 


,661 


1,680 


1 


,638 


1,534 


1,584 


1,562 


1 


548 


1,409 


Wicomico 








943 


1,070 




966 


994 




874 


902 


838 


868 




882 


827 


Worces ter 




463 




513 


491 




472 


425 




424 


415 


398 


384 




359 


316 



TABLE 

I Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-1977 









Grade 


Ungraded 


KALL OF 


TOTAL 


Kinder- 
garten* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12/ 


Special 


Other 


1 O A 7 


825 


89 2 


42 


391 


72 


965 


67 


240 


65 


384 


65 , 824 


64, 539 


61,683 


63, 149 


60 


702 


59,965 


57 


,1A2 


50,502 


44, 774 


49,632 




1 QAR 
1 700 


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 


37,02? 


\ QAQ 

i yov 


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 


5 J , 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 


3,15") 


1972 


920 


896 


62 


490 


57 


437 


57 


820 


60 


7 39 


61,880 


61,973 


63,414 


74, 136 


n 


570 


72,040 


69 


,357 


60 


,645 


53, 340 


24,854 


69,201 


1 Q 7 


911 


097 


61 


695 


54 


081 


54 


472 


56 


651 


61,941 


61, 760 


61,623 


75,608 


73 


106 


7 2, 350 


70,819 


61 


,940 


54,498 


23,476 


67 ,07? 


1 Q7A 


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 


2 1 ,097 


64,05t 




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 


55,25? 


] Q7 A 

J. " / D 


860 


879 


58 


868 


53 


562 


51 


Oil 


50 


428 


52, 554 


54, 732 


58,686 


73,950 


72 


467 


71,583 


72 


,054 


64 


,082 


57, 202 


19,491 


50,209 1 


1977 


836 


807 


51 


877 


51 


903 


52 


288 


51 


265 


51,710 


53, 223 


55,980 


68,854 


72 


182 


71,980 


72 


,111 


64 


,196 


57,788 


18,823 


42,627 ! 


























TOTAL 


ELEMENTARY 






















I QA7 


479 


758 


42 


391 


72 


965 


67 


240 


65 


384 


65 , 824 


64, 539 


61,683 


88 




_ 














39 , 644 




i 70 O 


499 


295 


53 


260 


68 


219 


66 


370 


64 


551 


66,082 


65, 131 


63,372 


122 




- 














15,248 


36,940 


1 QAQ 

170 7 


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 


7 39 


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 


63,96/ 


1975 


459 


731 


63 


215 


52 


765 


50 


792 


51 


768 


54,892 


58, 100 


62,397 


34 


















10,645 


55,123 


1976 


440 


956 


58 


868 


53 


562 


51 


Oil 


50 


428 


52,554 


54,732 


58,686 


39 


















11,026 


50,050 


1977 


421 


466 


51,877 


51 


903 


52 


288 


51 


265 


51,710 


53,223 


55,980 


35 


















10,680 


42,505 


























TOTAL 


SECONDARY 














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 


8 


1969 


377 


316 
























69,025 


66 


096 


65,303 


62 


,553 


54 


827 


48,588 


10,854 


7' 


1970 


391 


023 
























70,798 


68 


881 


67,812 


64 


,201 


57 


380 


50,643 


11,203 


10 


1971 


402 


916 
























72,559 


70 


234 


70,460 


66 


,324 


58 


732 


52,361 


11,231 


1,01 


1972 


412 


923 
























74,099 


71 


570 


72,040 


69 


,357 


60 


645 


53,340 


10,996 


87 


1973 


419 


539 
























75,564 


73 


106 


7 2,350 


70 


,819 


61 


,940 


54,493 


10, 7c: 






419 


,762 
























73,202 


73 


822 


73,375 


70 


,731 


62 


,935 


55,786 


9,822 




1975 


421 


,169 
























74,982 


71 


799 


73,753 


72 


, lal 


62 


, 333 


57,565 


7,i-" 




1976 


419 


,923 
























73,911 


72 


467 


71,583 


72 


,054 


64 


,082 


57,202 


8,465 


i: 


1977 


415 


,341 
























68,819 


72 


,182 


71,980 


72 


,111 


64 


,196 


57,788 


8,143 


1 



"'Includes enrollment in prekindergar ten classes. 
/Includes postgraduates. 



I 



TABLE 



Public and Nonpublic Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 




Elerr.entary Enrol Ir.ent by Grade 



Local unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Ungraded 


I 


2 


3 




5 








Special 


Other 


Total State* 


70 / , 


OHO 


512, 


991 


18,727 


54,465 


12, 260 


45, 993 


60,402 


60,892 


59 


, 7 18 


60, 


200 


61 


,795 


65 


,057 


6,772 


6,710 


Total Local Units 


964, 


664 


512,146 


18,703 


54,431 


11,845 


45 , 777 


60,375 


60,866 


59 


,692 


60,172 


61 


,771 


65,033 


6,771 


6,710 


Allegany 


1 7 


1 7A 
i /H 


8 


795 


212 


981 


207 


72 


1,208 


1,200 


1 
1 


1 

f i Jo 




135 


1 


136 


1 


255 


132 


121 


Anne Arundel 




DU J 


43 


737 


1,145 


4,955 


743 


5,105 


5,277 


5,075 


C 
J 


1 U JU 


A, 


942 


5 


114 


5 


704 


349 


348 


Baltimore City 


1 7fl 
i / O 1 


O / J 


96 


191 


3,646 


9,473 


3,524 


10,870 


11, 203 


10,826 


1 A 


Si A (3 


10, 


762 


11 


088 


11 


698 


1,227 


1,306 


Baltimore 


139, 


058 


72 


089 


3,099 


7,482 


2,019 


20,941 


5,609 


5,550 


c; 
3 


1 OUv 


6, 


043 


6 


120 


6 


540 


1,543 


1,534 


Calvert 


8, 


050 


4 


378 


56 


502 


227 




624 


601 




562 




532 




609 




635 


14 


16 


Caroline 


5, 


206 


2 

*• 


621 


4 


297 


124 


8 


349 


384 




JOO 




332 




369 




388 


- 


- 


Carroll 


20, 


775 




193 


137 


1,302 


111 


- 


1,611 


1,618 


1 
1 




1, 


571 


1 


576 


1 


621 


55 


52 


Cecil 


1^, 


942 


8 


142 


102 


961 


217 




1, 126 


1, 160 


1 
1 


1 nL 
t i-Z^ 


1. 


105 


1,057 


1 


129 


79 


82 


Charles 


19, 


125 


10 


601 


154 


1,048 


426 




1,426 


1,426 


1 




1, 


355 


1 


493 


1 


532 


138 


114 


Dorchester 


6, 


187 


3 


294 


47 


372 


31 




501 


481 




431 




450 




445 




478 


11 


6 


Frederick 


25, 


449 


13 


986 


347 


1,723 


154 


- 


1,926 


2,054 


i. 


t / H 


1, 


866 


1 


840 


1 


897 


151 


154 


Garrett 


5, 


849 


3 


284 




413 


29 


45 


478 


491 








453 




426 




455 


35 




Harford 


36, 


466 


19 


208 


437 


2, 24-T 


333 


16 


2,677 


2,757 


Z 


, 659 


2, 


545 


2 


680 


2 


755 


54 


51 


Howard 


28,512 


16, 


161 


1,089 


1,774 


155 


68 


1,998 


2,145 


2 


,108 


2, 


158 


2 


131 


2, 120 


199 


216 


Kent 


3,484 


1 


741 


- 


212 


38 




255 


218 




235 




219 




247 




279 


19 


19 


Montgomery 


137, 


245 


73 


088 


5,182 


7,453 


1,704 


6,513 


7,777 


8,333 


8 


,280 


8, 


243 


8 


354 


8 


345 


1,204 


1,200 


Prince George' s 


160, 


245 


84, 


440 




ft 7 1^ 


1,161 


113 


1 1 07(1 
1 1 } Z / U 


1 1 1 

i 1. J / H J 


11 


,453 


11, 


494 


11 


899 


12 


030 




1,173 


Queen Anne ' s 


5, 


118 


2, 


485 


20 


295 




380 


294 


242 




245 




255 




366 




338 






St. Mary's 


u, 


816 


8, 


177 


112 


917 


323 




1,117 


1,098 


1 


061 


1, 


037 


1 


037 


1 


100 


195 


180 


Somerset 


^, 


194 


2, 


189 


62 


278 


30 


711 


49 


41 




117 




273 




300 




322 


1 


5 


Talbot 


5, 


347 


2, 


709 


25 


294 


52 


887 


344 


182 




211 




160 




138 




335 


40 


41 


Washing ton 


24, 


735 


12, 


942 


353 


1,517 


159 




1,801 


1,797 


1 


724 


1. 


7 24 


1 


851 


1 


888 


60 


68 


Wicomico 


13, 


881 


7, 


612 


311 


S82 


48 




1,070 


1,028 




975 


1, 


070 


1 


010 


1 


151 


36 


24 


Worces ter 


6,326 


3 


033 




341 


30 




335 


416 




437 




443 




485 




435 


3 





*Total State includes enrollments in the campus school at Towson State University and in education programs in Maryland State institutions which are 
not reflected in local units. Enrollment at the institutions are given in a table which follows; the campus school has grade enrollments as rollov.i: 
Prek, 24; K, 34; 1, 26; 2, 25; 3, 26; 4, 25; 5, 21; 6, 22; elem. spec, 12; total, 215. 



Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


a 


9 


10 


11 


1 2 


Special 


Other 


lotai bCace« 


454 


657 


9,960 


1,940 


T I T Q 1 
/ i , / 3 I 


75 


,188 


80 


166 


79 


,829 


71 


,291 


64 , 532 


Lo ta I Loca i. uni ts 


452 


518 


9,067 


705 


/Iff JU 


75, 188 


80 


159 


79 


,827 


71 


,290 


o'* , J jZ 


Ai leg any 


8, 


379 


7 1 


59 


1 1 202 


1 


275 




502 


1 


,426 


1 


,418 


1 , 426 


Anne Arundel 


39, 


818 


406 


102 


6,404 


6,711 


7 


322 


6 


,927 


6,285 


5,661 


Baltimore City 


82, 


684 


3,028 


_ 


14,433 


14 


214 


13,852 


15 


,239 


11 


,950 


9,968 


Ba 1 timore 


66 , 


969 


998 


70 


9 , 565 


10 


,458 


11 


,747 


11 


,826 


11 


, 340 


10,965 


i^a i ver t 


3, 


672 


23 


- 


DUO 




691 




1 1 J 




635 




526 




Caro i Ine 


2, 


585 


jy 




A 1 Q 




442 




453 




444 




410 




Carroll 


9 , 


582 


78 


_ 


1,654 


1,692 


1 


753 


1,612 


1,438 


1,355 


Ceci 1 


6, 


800 


48 


- 


1, 170 


1 


233 


1 


219 


1 


,212 


1 


,026 


892 




8i 


524 


283 


17 






479 




660 


1 


,446 


1 


, 194 






2, 


893 


16 


33 






557 




497 




485 




426 


4 i £ 




11> 


463 


151 






1 


992 


2 


065 


2 


,000 


1 


,771 


I ^ 7n 


Garrett 


2, 


565 


14 


28 


457 




496 




415 




409 




403 


343 


Harford 


17, 


258 


276 


21 


2,959 


3 


019 


3 


167 


2 


,896 


2 


,602 


2,318 




12. 


351 


275 


56 


1 A /. 1 
L , 1)4 1. 


2 


154 


2 


211 


2 


,059 


1,872 


1 Q 1 
1 , OO J 


Kent 


1, 


743 


55 


- 


260 




285 




323 




292 




282 


246 


Montgomery 


64, 


157 


1, 159 


114 


9 ,095 


9 


899 


10 


973 


11 


,398 


10 


,943 


10,576 


Prince George' s 


75, 


805 


1,761 


146 


12,012 


12 


579 


13 


423 


13 


,523 


12 


,020 


10,341 


Queen Anne ' s 


2, 


633 




13 


443 




441 




536 




449 




381 


370 


St. Mary's 


6, 


639 


173 




1,002 


1 


037 


I 


316 


1 


,167 


1 


,005 


939 


Somerset 


2, 


005 


8 


18 


309 




370 




376 




331 




284 


309 


Talbot 


2, 


638 






440 




476 




512 




455 




403 


352 


Washington 




793 


139 




1,871 


1 


973 


2 


355 


2 


,001 


1 


,847 


1,607 


Wicomico 


6, 


269 


46 


28 


1,037 


1 


137 


1 


074 


1 


,056 




944 


947 


Worcester 


3, 


293 






553 




578 




629 




539 




520 


4^4 



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



TABLE 



Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1977 




Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary Enrollment by Grade 


To ta 1 
Elementary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Special 


Other 


al State 


836,807 


421,466 


3,955 


47,922 


iU , OoU 




51,903 


52,288 


51,265 


51,710 


53,223 


55,980 


35 


Al 1 egany 


15,153 


7,452 


- 


948 


190 


- 


1,100 


1,074 


1,012 


992 


1,015 


1,121 


- 


Anne Arundel 


75,653 


37 , 840 




4 , 559 


703 


4,363 


4 , 789 


4,553 


4 , 5 39 


4,461 


4 , 62'^ 


S 1 1A 




Baltimore City 


152,153 


79,564 


2,485 


8,453 


1 1 1 Q 
J, llo 




9,515 


9, 135 


8,972 


9, 179 


9,415 


9,644 


- 


Bal timore 


113,302 


53,888 


37 


6,077 




20,279 


3,975 


3,956 


3,998 


4,416 


4,434 


4,820 


- 


Calver t 


7,406 


3,905 




475 


227 




552 


537 


503 


473 


547 


586 


- 


Caro 1 ine 


5,061 


2,515 




295 


24 


8 


349 


334 


366 


332 


369 


333 


- 


Carrol 1 


20, 202 


10,623 


c -J 


1 , z / D 


105 






1 S '^ 9 


L f HO\J 


1 S 9 9 


1 SIS 


1,567 




Cecil 


13,333 


6,974 




861 


198 




986 


1,034 


994 


973 


935 


993 


- 


Charles 


17,732 


9,225 


49 


1,032 


406 




1,270 


1,257 


1, 326 


1, 183 


1,332 


1, 370 


- 


Dorches ter 


5,791 


2,931 


- 


310 


3 1 




459 


435 


393 


427 


415 


456 


- 


Frederick 


23,483 


12,378 


- 


1,631 


153 


- 


1,776 


1,901 


1,717 


1,722 


1,704 


1,774 




Garrett 


5,761 


J 1 Z/H 




J" o 






478 


49 1 


459 


453 


426 


455 




Harford 


33,539- 


17,554 


- 


2,065 


328 




2,515 


2,591 


2,501 


2,416 


2,530 


2,608 




Howard 


25,440 


13,187 


- 


1,563 


143 


14 


1,787 


1,946 


1,931 


1,954 


1,941 


1,903 


- 


Kent 


3,314 


1,575 


- 


200 


38 




235 


200 


217 


201 


225 


259 


- 


Montgomery 


112,625 


54,450 


615 


6,182 


1, 309 


6,321 


6, 195 


6,695 


6,693 


6 , 556 


6, 753 


7,131 




Prince George' s 


139,479 


69,618 


177 


7,385 


1,082 




9,309 


10,263 


9,046 


10,004 


10,383 


10,564 




Queen Anne ' s 


4,925 


2,392 




278 




380 


234 


235 


237 


247 


354 


377 




St. Mary's 


12,311 


6,537 


20 


859 


318 




969 


909 


368 


858 


342 


894 




Somerset 


4,127 


2, 148 


62 


273 


30 


700 


44 


39 


115 


269 


297 


319 




Talbot 


4,465 


2,104 




250 


52 


837 


281 


120 


120 


73 


62 


254 




Washington 


22,386 


11,630 


345 


1,409 


136 




1,620 


1,640 


1,544 


1,545 


1,687 


1,704 




Wiconico 


13,133 


6,902 


108 


827 


29 




1,002 


947 


913 


1,023 


951 


1 , C 3 7 




Worces ter 


5,983 


2,850 




316 


30 




364 


389 


411 


421 


457 


462 





Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1977 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


local bLaL6 


415 


341 


8, 143 




122 


68 819 


72 


182 


7 1 , 980 


1 ') 111 


64, 


196 


57 788 


Ai 1 egany 


7 


701 


69 






1 OCi ■) 
1 , z 


1 


275 


I "XL 7 


1 ■> 7 7 


1 


246 


1 OWi 


Anne Arundel 


37 


813 


398 




88 


6,255 


6,553 


6,846 


6,525 


5 


882 


5,266 


Baltimore City 


72, 


589 


2,680 






13,542 


13 


309 


11,640 


13,189 


10 


7 2 


8,157 


Ba 1 t imor e 


59,414 


880 






Q n 1 s 


9 


845 




lU , J. O L 


q 
' 1 


826 






3, 


501 


23 




- 


J / 




647 




60 3 




517 


'\Q "X 


Carol ine 


2, 


546 


20 










442 


H J J 


444 




410 


J JO 


Carroll 


9, 


579 


75 






1,654 


1,692 


1,753 


1,612 


1 

1 


438 


1,355 


Cecil 


6, 


359 


47 






1, 107 


1 


168 


1,151 


1,122 




951 


813 


Charles 


8, 


507 


283 






1,435 


1 


479 


1 ,660 


1 , 446 


1 , 


194 


1 ,010 


Dor c he s te r 


2, 


860 


16 




- 


467 




557 


497 


485 




426 


412 


Frederick 


111 


105 


151 






1 ,892 


1 


969 


1,975 


1,912 


1, 


702 


1 , 504 


Garrett 


2 


537 


14 






457 




496 


415 


409 




403 


343 


Harford 


16, 


035 


267 




21 


2,895 


2 


966 


2,867 


2,614 


2, 


334 


2,071 


Howard 


12, 


253 


233 






2,041 


2 


154 


2,211 


2,059 


1, 


872 


1,683 


Kent 


1, 


739 


55 






259 




284 


321 


292 




282 


246 


Montgomery 


58, 


175 


1,035 






8,571 


9 


391 


9,670 


10,205 


9, 


837 


9,466 


Prince George' s 


69, 


861 


1,566 






11,594 


12 


198 


11,992 


12,267 


10, 


898 


9,346 


Queen Anne' s 


2, 


533 






13 


434 




434 


515 


422 




364 


351 


St. Mary's 


5, 


774 


173 






984 


1 


017 


1, 114 


949 




795 


742 


Somerse t 


1, 


979 








309 




370 


376 


331 




284 


309 


Talbot 


2,361 








402 




415 


461 


404 




365 


314 


Washing ton 


10 


756 


122 






1,753 


1 


826 


2, 137 


1,792 


1, 


669 


1,457 


Wicomico 


6 


231 


36 






1,037 




137 


1,074 


1,056 




944 


947 


V,'orcester 


3 


133 








519 




558 


599 


515 




435 





TABLE 



Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1977 



Administering Department 
Institution 


Grand 

Total 




Elementary Enrollment 


by Grade 










Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


-i 


4 


5 




7 


3 


Special 


Other 




tal State 


2,769 


630 


- 


- 


403 


216 


1 


1 




3 


3 


2 


1 


- 


ipartment of Health and Mental Hygiene 


1,720 


227 


- 


- 


192 


35 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


•lental Retardation Administration 


587 


134 


- 


- 


134 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


Great Oaks Center 


151 


44 






44 










_ 




_ 






Holly Center 


84 


21 


- 


- 


1 1 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Rosewood Center 


352 


69 


- 


- 


D 7 




- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


lental Hygiene Administration 


142 


58 


- 


- 


S A 
J 3 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Clifton T. Perkins Hospital 


11 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


.Regional Institute for Children & Adolescents 


79 


58 


- 


- 


58 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




] Spring Grove Hospital 


24 


















- 


- 


- 








Springfield State Hospital 


28 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




jveriile Services Administration 


991 


35 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Boys' Forestry Camp 


182 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


Boys' Village of Maryland 


55 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


^Maryland Children's Center 


77 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


'Maryland Training School 


350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


Montrose School 


327 


35 


- 


- 


- 


35 


- 


- 


■ 


- 


- 


- 




- 


pt. of Public Safety & Correctional Services 


403 


192 


- 


- 


i 1. 


i / U 


1 


L 


- 


3 


3 


2 


1 


- 


Comtnunity Rehabilitation & Release Center 


15 


9 


- 


- 




Q 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


Maryland Correctional Camp Centers 


53 


28 


- 


- 




Oft 

zo 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


Maryland Correctional Institution 


110 


95 


- 


- 


i 1 


Oh 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


.Maryland Correctional Institution for Women 


13 


11 


- 


- 






1 


1 


- 


3 


3 


2 


1 


- 


Maryland Correctional Training Center 


178 


23 


- 


- 




23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Maryland House of Correction 


17 


16 








16 








- 


- 


- 








Maryland Penitentiary 


17 


10 








10 








- 


- 


- 






ijtier Institutions 


646 


211 






200 


11 




















Dept. of Education, Rehabilition Center 


125 






























Md. School for the Deaf - Columbia 


93 


93 






93 






















■■'.d. School for the Deaf - Frederick 


405 


104 






104 






















t'atuxent Institute 


20 


11 








11 




















'j. of Md. School of Medicine, Psychiatric Institute 


3 


3 






3 





















Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1977 



Secondary Enrollment by Cradt 



Administering Department 
Ins titution 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


2,139 


07 J 


1 7 S 
i , Z J J 


1 


- 


7 


2 


1 


- 


Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 


1,493 


592 


901 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mental Retardation Administration 


453 


453 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Great Oaks Center 


1 n 1 


107 
















Holly Center 


63 


63 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Rosewood Center 


283 


283 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mental Hygiene Administration 


84 


84 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Clifton T. Perkins Hospital 


11 


11 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Regional Institute for Children & Adolescents 


21 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Spring Grove Hospital 


24 


24 
















Springfield State Hospital 


28 


28 






- 




- 


- 


- 


Juvenile Services Administration 


956 


c c 
J J 


Qr\ 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boys' Forestry Camp 


182 




1 Q 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boys' Village of Maryland 


55 


J J 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Children's Center 


77 




/ / 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Training School 


350 




350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montrose School 


292 


- 


292 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dept. of Public Safety & Correctional Services 


211 




2UU 


1 


_ 


7 


2 


1 


- 


Community Rehabilitation & Release Center 


6 




6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Correctional Camp Centers 


25 




25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland Correctional Institution 


15 




6 


- 


- 


6 


2 


1 


- 


Maryland Correctional Institution for Women 


2 






I 


- 


1 






- 


Maryland Correctional Training Center 


155 




155 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Maryland House of Correction 


1 




1 














Maryland Penitentiary 


7 




7 














Other Institutions 


435 


301 


134 














Dept. of Education, Rehabilition Center 


125 




125 














Md. School for the Deaf - Columbia 




















Md. School for the Deaf - Frederick 


301 


301 
















Patuxent Institute 


9 




9 














U. of Md. School of Medicine, Psychiatric Institute 





















TABLE 



Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 




Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


To Ca 1 
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 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Lotai btate 


127,857 


90 680 


14, 748 


6,509 


69 ,423 


37,177 


706 


275 


266 


71 


94 


8 


86 


7,819.4 


Al legany 


2,021 


1,343 


212 


33 


1,098 


678 


12 


4 


5 


1 


2 


- 


2 


104.8 


Anne Arundel 


7,952 


5,947 


1, 145 


396 


4,406 


2,005 


47 


23 


14 


3 


7 




7 


437.0 


Baltimore City 


26 , 722 


16,627 


1 , 161 


1 ,020 


14,446 


10,095 


101 


25 


46 


13 


L7 


7 


10 


1,654.4 


Bal timore 


25,756 


18, 201 


3,062 


1 ,405 


13, 734 


7,555 


124 


58 


39 


13 


14 




14 


1,639.2 


waiver c 


644 


473 


56 


27 


390 


171 


5 


2 


1 


- 


I 




2 


42. 2 


Caroline 


145 


106 


4 


2 


100 


39 


3 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


27.0 


Carroll 


573 


570 


80 


26 


464 


3 


6 


2 


3 




1 




1 


28.9 


Cecil 


1,609 


1,168 


102 


100 


966 


441 


13 


4 


4 


1 


4 


_ 


4 


113.1 


Charles 


1,393 


1,376 


105 


16 


1,255 


17 


10 


2 


7 


1 


. 


- 


- 


65. 3 


Dorchester 


396 


363 


47 


62 


254 


33 


4 


1 


2 


" 


1 


- 


1 


25.8 


Frederick. 


1 ,966 


1,608 


347 


92 


1,169 


358 


20 


9 


8 


2 


1 


- 


1 


122. 2 


Garrett 


88 


60 




15 


45 


28 


1 








1 




X 


5 . 


Harford 


2,877 


1,654 


437 


179 


1,038 


1,223 


14 


6 


6 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


152.5 


Howard 


3,072 


2,974 


1,089 


211 


1,674 


98 


32 


19 


9 


1 


3 


- 


3 


161.0 


Kent 


170 


166 


_ 


12 


154 


4 


2 




1 




1 


- 


1 


15.0 


Montgomery 


24,620 


18,638 


4,567 


1,271 


12,800 


5,982 


163 


76 


59 


14 


14 




14 


1 , 703. 8 


Prince George's 


on 7 
I / DO 


14,822 


1,986 


1,330 


11,506 


5 , 944 


100 


36 


41 


1 3 


10 




10 


1 ,04 1 . 5 


Queen Anne ' s 


193 


93 


20 


17 


56 


100 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


20. 9 


St. Mary's 


2,505 


1,640 


92 


58 


1,490 


865 


15 


3 


9 


2 


1 


1 




133.0 


Somerset . 


67 


41 




5 


36 


26 


3 




1 


1 


1 




1 


10.0 


Talbot 


882 


605 


25 


44 


536 


277 


4 


1 


1 




2 




2 




Washington 


2,349 


1,312 


8 


108 


1,196 


1,037 


13 




4 


3 


6 




6 


171.4 


Wicomico 


748 


710 


203 


55 


452 


38 


8 


2 


4 




2 




2 




Worcester 


343 


183 




25 


158 


160 


3 




1 




2 




2 


35.2 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Allegany, 3; Anne Arundel, 19; Baltimore City, 14; Baltimore, 36; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 2; Cecil, 3; 
Charles, 1; Frederick, 7; Harford, 6; Howard, 14; Montgomery, 64; Prince George's, 26; St. Mary's, 1; Talbot, 1; Wicomico, 2; Tot.il, 201. 



TABLE 




Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 






Number of 


Schoo 1 i 








Total 
Number 
Different 
Tedcher s 


Grand 
To tal 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
To tal 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Coinbined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


73,506 


50,974 


125 


1,677 


49 , 17 2 


22,532 


196 


1 


144 


40 


1 1 


8 


3 


3,808. 7 


Allegany 


1,638 


1,021 




12 


1,009 


617 


6 


- 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


87. 1 


Anne Arundel 


4 , 240 


3, 103 




124 


2,979 


1,137 


7 


- 


5 


2 








195.0 


Baltimore City 


20,338 


12, 298 


21 


483 


11,794 


8,040 


54 


- 


35 


12 


7 


7 




1,041.2 


Bal timore 


14,259 


10,656 


15 


435 


10, 206 


3,603 


J J 




20 


/ 








7 SA 1 
/ JO • 1 


Calvert 


134 


134 






134 


- 


1 


_ 


1 










5.5 


Caroline 


139 


100 


- 


- 


100 


39 


2 


- 


1 


I 


- 


- 


■ 


25.0 


Carroll 


zou 


280 






280 




1 


- 


1 


- 








9.0 


Cecil 


657 


657 




37 


6 20 


- 


3 


- 


3 


- 








37.0 


Charles 


1,219 








1 9 10 
t , Z i V 


- 


4 




4 










47.1 


Dorchester 


- 










- 


















Frederick 


1,288 


942 


- 


21 


921 


346 


5 


_ 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


78.9 


Garrett 






























Harford 


1,426 






2o 


/. "7 1 
H / L 


929 


3 


- 


2 


1 








78.5 


Howard 


1,379 


1 , 379 




18 


1 , 36 1 




5 


~ 


5 










63.6 


Kent 


_ 










_ 


















Montgomery 


10,409 


7,659 


56 


151 


7,452 


2,750 


28 




21 


5 


2 




2 


613.6 


Prince George' s 


12,523 


8,734 


33 


287 


8,414 


3,789 


29 


1 


22 


6 








581.8 


Queen Anne ' s 






























St. Mary's 


2,354 


1,489 




37 


1,452 


865 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




121.5 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


436 


187 






187 


249 


1 








1 




1 


24.8 


Washington 


558 


390 




23 


367 


168 


2 




1 


1 








29.0 


Wicor.ico 


229 


229 




23 


206 




1 




1 










U.G 


Worcester 































*Schools with prekindergar ten only as follows: Prince George's, 1. 



TABLE 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 




T nr A 1 [In 1 t 


Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


To ta 1 
Number 
Dliierent 
Teachers 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


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


E 1 emen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


54,351 


39,706 


14,623 


4,832 


20,251 


14,645 


510 


274 


122 


31 


83 




83 


4,010. 7 


Al legany 


383 


322 


212 


21 


89 


61 


6 


4 






2 


- 


2 


17.7 


Anne Arundel 


3,712 


2,844 


1, 145 


272 


1,427 


868 


40 


23 


9 


1 


7 




7 


242.0 


Baltimore City 


6,384 


4,329 


1, 140 


537 


2,652 


2,055 


47 


25 


11 


1 


10 


_ 


10 


613. 2 


Ba 1 timor e 


11,497 


7,545 


3,047 


970 


3,528 


3,952 


89 


58 


11 


6 


14 


_ 


14 


OO J • I 


Calvert 


510 


339 


56 


27 


256 


171 


4 


2 


- 


- 


2 


_ 


2 


JG.7 


Caroline 


6 


6 


4 


2 






1 


1 












2.0 


Carroll 


293 


290 


80 


26 


184 


3 


5 


2 


2 




1 




1 


19.0 


Cecil 


952 


511 


102 


63 


346 


441 


10 


4 


1 


1 


4 




4 


76. 1 


V» a 1" 1 a c 
Lilla L i. c b 


174 


157 


105 


16 


36 


17 


6 


2 


3 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18. 2 


Dorchester 


396 


363 


47 


62 


254 


33 


4 


1 


2 


- 


I 




1 


25.8 


Frederick 


678 


666 


347 


71 


248 


12 


15 


9 


5 




1 




1 


43. 3 


Garrett 


88 


60 




15 


45 


28 


1 








1 




1 


5.0 


Harford 


1,451 


1,157 


437 


153 


567 


294 


11 


6 


4 


- 


1 


- 


1 


74.0 




1,693 


1,595 


1,089 


193 


313 


98 


27 


19 


4 


1 


3 




3 


97.4 


Kent 


170 


166 


- 


12 


154 


4 


2 


" 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


15.0 


Montgomery 


1 ^ 9 11 
IH , Z L 1 


10,979 


4,511 


1,120 


5,348 




135 


76 


38 


9 


12 




12 


1,090.2 


Prince George' s 


8,243 


6,088 


1,953 


1,043 


3,092 


2,155 


71 


35 


19 


7 


10 




10 


459. 7 


Queen Anne ' s 


193 


93 


20 


17 


56 


100 


3 


1 




1 


I 




1 


20 . 9 


St. Mary's 


151 


151 


92 


21 


38 




6 


3 


3 










11.5 


Somerset • 


67 


41 




5 


36 


26 


3 




1 


1 


I 




1 


10.0 


Talbot 


446 


418 


25 


44 


349 


28 


3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


35.0 


Washington 


1,791 


922 


8 


85 


829 


869 


11 




3 


2 


6 




6 




Wicomico 


519 


481 


203 


32 


246 


38 


7 


2 


3 




2 




2 


3C.4 


Worcester 


34 3 


183 




25 


158 


160 


3 




1 




2 




2 





*Schools with prekindergar ten only are as follows: Allegany, 3; Anne Arundel, 19; Baltimore City, 14; Baltimore, 36; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 2; Cecil, 3; 
Charles, 1; Frederick, 7; Harford, 6; Howard, 14; Montgomery, 64; Prince George's, 25; St. Mary's, 1; Talbot, 1; Wicomico, 2; Total 200. 



TABLE 




Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garden 


Ungraded 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 




Total State 


127 


857 


90,680 


14,748 


6,509 


1,165 


3,272 


8, 


472 


8, 


578 


8 


,427 


8 


462 


8, 


548 


9 


053 


6 


736 


6 


710 


Allegany 


2 


021 


1 


343 


212 


33 


17 


72 




108 




126 




124 




143 




121 




134 




132 




121 


Anne Arundel 


7 


952 


5 


947 


1 , 145 


396 


40 


737 




488 




517 




491 




481 




485 




470 




349 




348 


Baltimore City 


26 


722 


16 


627 


1,161 


1,020 


306 


1,322 


1, 


688 


1, 


691 


1 


,596 


1 


583 


1. 


673 


2 


054 


I 


2^7 




306 


Baltimore 


25 


756 


18 


201 


3,062 


1,405 


123 


662 


1, 


634 


1 


594 




,611 


1 


627 


1 


686 




720 


1 




I 


534 


Calvert 




644 




473 


56 


27 








72 




64 




59 




54 




62 




49 




14 




16 


Caroline 




145 




1 A£ 
lUD 


4 


2 


100 


- 








- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 


Car ro 1 1 




573 




570 


ou 


ZD 


6 






A 
O i. 




66 




59 




49 




61 




54 




55 




52 


Cecil 




609 


1 


168 


102 


100 


19 






140 




126 




130 




132 




122 




136 




79 




82 


Charles 


1 


393 


1 




105 


16 


20 






156 




169 




163 




172 




161 




162 




138 




114 


Dorchester 




396 




363 


47 


62 




4 1 




42 




46 




33 




23 




30 




22 




11 




6 


Frederick 


1 


966 


1 


608 


347 


92 


1 


- 




150 




153 




157 




144 




136 




123 




151 




154 






88 




60 




L J 




45 
















- 


















Harford 




ft 7 7 


1 


654 


437 


179 


5 


16 




162 




ioo 








129 












c / 
JH 




3 I 


Howard 


3 


072 


2 


974 


1,089 


211 


7 


54 




211 




199 




177 




204 




190 




217 




199 




216 


Kent 




170 




166 


- 


12 








20 




18 




18 




18 




22 




20 




19 




19 


Montgomery 


24 


620 


18 


638 


4,567 


1,271 


395 


192 


1. 


582 


1, 


638 


1 


,587 


1 


687 


1, 


601 


1 


714 


1 


204 


1 


200 


Prince George' s 


20 


766 


14 


822 


1,986 


1,330 


79 


113 


1, 


461 




480 


1 


,507 


1 


490 


1, 


511 


1 


466 




226 


1 


173 


Queen Anne' s 




193 




93 


20 


17 








10 




7 




8 




8 




12 




11 










St. Mary's 


2 


505 


1 


640 


92 


58 


5 






148 




189 




193 




179 




195 




206 




195 




180 


Somerset 




67 




41 




5 




11 




5 




2 




2 




4 




3 




3 




1 




5 


Talbot 




882 




605 


25 


44 








63 




62 




91 




82 




76 




81 




40 




41 


Washington 


2 


349 


1 


312 


8 


108 


23 






181 




157 




180 




179 




164 




184 




60 




68 


Wicomico 




748 




710 


203 


55 


19 


7 




68 




81 




57 




47 




59 




54 




36 




24 


Worces ter 




343 




183 




25 








21 




27 




26 




27 




28 




26 




3 







Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


■ 7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


37,177 


924 


583 


2,931 


3,006 


8, 179 


7,716 


7 ,094 


6,744 


Al legany 


678 


2 


59 






155 


149 


172 


141 


Anne Arundel 


2,005 


8 


14 


149 


158 


476 


402 


403 


395 


Baltimore City 


10,095 


348 


- 


891 


905 


2,212 


2,050 


1,878 


1,811 


Bal timore 


7 , 555 


118 


70 


550 


613 


1 , 583 


1 , 645 


1,514 


1 ,462 


Ca 1 ver t 


171 


- 


- 


32 


44 


37 


32 


9 


17 


Carol ine 


39 


39 
















Carroll 


3 


3 


_ 


I 












Cecil 


A41 


1 




63 


65 


68 


90 


75 


79 


Charles 


1 7 




17 














Dorchester 


33 


_ 


33 




■ 




" 


" 




Frederick 


358 






22 


23 


90 


88 


69 


66 


Garrett 


28 




28 














Harford 


1,223 


9 


- 


64 


53 


300 


282 


268 


247 


Howard 


98 


42 


56 














Kent 


4 


- 


- 


L 


1 
I 


2 








Montgomery 


5,982 


124 


114 


524 


508 


1, 303 


1, 193 


1, 106 


1, 110 


Prince George's 


5,944 


195 


146 


418 


381 


1,431 


1,256 


1,122 


995 


Queen Anne ' s 


100 






9 


7 


21 


27 


17 


19 


St. Mary's 


865 






18 


20 


202 


218 


210 


197 


Somerset 


26 


8 


18 














Talbot 


277 






38 


61 


51 


51 


38 


38 


Washing ton 


1,037 


17 




118 


147 


218 


209 


178 


150 


Wicomico 


38 


10 


28 














Uorce ster 


160 






34 


20 


30 


24 


35 


17 



TABLE 




Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Pr e- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
gar ten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


/ 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


73 


506 


50 


974 


125 


1,677 


185 


2, 


574 


5 


272 


5,447 


5 


,513 


5 


,659 


5,923 


6 


364 


6, 108 


6 


127 


Allegany 


1 


638 


1 


021 




12 






_ 




108 


126 




124 




143 




121 




134 


132 




121 


Anne Arundel 


A 


240 


3 


103 


- 


124 


- 




722 




257 


270 




282 




276 




V7 1 




282 


291 




302 


Baltimore City 


20 


338 


12 


298 


21 


483 


56 


1, 


322 


1 


253 


1 , 262 


1 


196 


1 


,222 


1 


308 


1 


655 


1,218 


1 


302 


Bal time re 


14 


259 


10 


656 


15 


435 


- 




530 




118 


1,051 


1 


101 


1 


, 128 




214 


1 


209 


1 ,442 




413 


Calver t 




134 




134 






- 








17 


18 




18 




16 




20 




15 


14 




16 


Caroline 




139 




100 


_ 


_ 


100 








. 


_ 




_ 




_ 










_ 




_ 


Carroll 




280 




280 


- 




- 




_ 




35 


37 




37 




34 




34 




35 


35 




33 






657 




657 




J / 


- 




- 




86 


1 H 




74 




79 




77 




77 


1 H 




79 




1 


219 


1 


219 






- 








149 


1 fiS 
I u J 




160 




170 




161 




162 


i JO 




1 14 


Dorchester 














- 






















- 












Frederick 


1 


288 




942 


_ 


21 


_ 




- 




114 


117 




116 




115 




101 




91 


125 




142 


Garrett 




- 




- 


- 




- 




- 




- 






- 




- 














- 


Hiir f nrH 
nd 1. 1 u L u 




426 




497 




ZD 


- 








64 


7 '^ 




71 




60 




77 




67 






27 


Hr»ua T" H 
iiu wet 1. u 


1 


379 


1 


379 






- 








158 


1 AA 

mo 




148 




182 




167 




189 


i / 




191 


















































Montgomery 


10 


409 


7 


659 


56 


151 


29 








759 


859 




872 




909 




970 


1 


059 


990 


1 


005 


Prince George ' s 


12 


523 


8 


7 34 


33 


287 










917 


970 


1 


013 


1 


,054 


1 


080 


1,060 


1,188 


1 


132 


Queen Anne ' s 
















































St. Mary's 


2 


354 


1 


489 




37 










145 


186 




192 




176 




187 




200 


190 




176 


Somerset 
















































Talbot 




436 




187 














22 


18 




39 




43 




26 




39 








Washing ton 




558 




390 




23 










47 


36 




40 




29 




54 




60 


44 




57 


Wicomico 




229 




229 




23 










23 


35 




30 




23 




29 




30 


19 




17 


Worces ter 

















































Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


• 7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


22,532 


244 


- 


677 


726 


5,675 


5,360 


5,026 


4,824 


Allegany 


617 






_ 


_ 


155 


149 


172 


141 


Anne Arundel 


1,137 


- 


- 


- 


- 


310 


273 


268 


286 


Baltimore City 


8,040 


137 




546 


561 


1 , 869 


1 , 749 


1,614 


1 , 564 


Baltimore 


3,603 






11 


21 


960 


905 


848 


858 


Calvert 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


39 


39 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 




















Charles 


_ 






_ 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


■ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


346 






18 


23 


86 


84 


69 


66 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


929 


- 


- 






243 


236 


237 


213 


Ho wa r d 




- 


- 














Kent 




- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


2,750 


68 




50 


48 


690 


671 


632 


591 


Prince George's 


3,789 










1,066 


987 


905 


831 


Queen Anne ' s 




















St. Mary's 


863 






18 


20 


202 


218 


210 


197 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


249 






34 


53 


46 


47 


31 


38 


Washington 


168 










48 


41 


40 


39 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 





















TABLE 




Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



h Ltrrncntary 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 


54,351 


39,706 


14,623 


4,832 


980 


698 


3,200 


3,131 


2,914 


2,803 


2,625 


2,689 


628 


583 


Allegany 


383 


322 


212 


21 


17 


72 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


3,712 


2,844 


1, 145 


272 


40 


15 


231 


247 


209 


205 


188 


188 


58 


46 


Baltimore City 


6,384 


4,329 


1, 140 


537 


250 


- 


435 


429 


400 


361 


365 


399 


9 


4 


Bal timore 


11,497 


7,545 


3,047 


970 


123 


132 


516 


543 


510 


499 


472 


511 


101 


121 


Calvert 


510 


339 


56 


27 


- 


- 


55 


46 


41 


38 


42 


34 






Caroline 


6 


6 


4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


293 


290 


80 


26 


6 


- 


27 


29 


22 


15 


27 


19 


20 


19 


Cecil 


952 


511 


102 


63 


19 


- 


54 


52 


56 


53 


45 


59 


5 


3 


P h a T 1 AC 
v_iiia L i. c o 


174 


157 


105 


16 


20 


- 


7 


4 


3 


2 












396 


363 


47 


69 


- 


41 


42 


46 


33 


23 


30 


22 


1 1 


6 


Frederick 


678 


666 


347 


71 


1 




36 


36 


41 


29 


35 


32 


26 


12 


Garrett 


88 


60 




15 


- 


45 


















Uarf nrrf 

ria L J. U L U 


1 , 451 


1,157 


437 


153 


5 


16 


98 


9 1 


87 


69 


7 3 


80 


24 


24 




1 , 693 


1 , 595 


1 ,089 


193 


7 


54 


53 


5 1 


29 


22 


23 


28 


21 


25 


Kent 


170 


166 












18 


18 


18 


22 


20 


19 


19 


Montgomery 


14,211 


10,979 


4,511 


1,120 


366 


192 


823 


779 


715 


778 


631 


655 


214 


195 


Prince George' s 


8,243 


6,088 


1,953 


1,043 


79 


113 


544 


510 


494 


436 


431 


406 


38 


41 


Queen Anne' s 


193 


93 


20 


17 






10 


7 


8 


8 


12 


11 






St. Mary's 


151 


151 


92 


21 


5 




3 


3 


1 


3 


8 


6 


5 


4 


Somerset 


67 


41 




5 




11 


5 


2 


2 


4 


3 


3 


1 


5 


Talbot 


446 


418 


25 


44 






41 


44 


52 


39 


50 


42 


40 


41 


Washing ton 


1,791 


922 


8 


85 


23 




134 


121 


140 


150 


110 


124 


16 


11 


Wicomico 


519 


481 


203 


32 


19 


7 


45 


46 


27 


24 


30 


24 


17 


7 


Worcester 


343 


183 




25 






21 


27 


26 


27 


28 


26 


3 





Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1977 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


14,645 


680 


583 


2,254 


2,280 


2,504 


2,356 


2,068 


1,920 


Allegany 


61 


2 


59 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


868 


8 


14 


149 


158 


166 


129 


135 


109 


Baltimore City 


2,055 


211 




345 


344 


343 


301 


264 


247 


Baltimore 


3,952 


118 


70 


539 


592 


623 


740 


666 


604 


Calvert 


171 






32 


44 


37 


32 


9 


17 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


3 


3 


~ 














Cecil 


441 


1 




63 


65 


68 


90 


75 


79 


Charles 


17 




17 














Dorchester 


33 


_ 


33 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Frederick 


12 


- 


- 


4 


- 


4 


4 


- 




Garrett 


28 




28 














Harford 


294 


9 




64 


53 


57 


46 


31 


34 


Howard 


98 


42 


56 














Kent 


4 






1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


3,232 


56 


114 


474 


460 


613 


522 


474 


519 


Prince George' s 


2, 155 


195 


146 


418 


381 


iOJ 


269 


17 
ii. / 


1 

LOH 


Queen Anne ' s 


100 






9 


7 


21 


27 


17 


19 


St. Mary's 




















Somerset 


26 


8 


18 














Talbot 


28 






4 


8 


5 


4 


7 




Washington 


869 


17 




118 


147 


170 


168 


138 


111 


Wicomico 


38 


10 


28 














Worcester 


160 






34 


20 


30 


24 


35 


17 



TABLE 




Sunsner School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1977 



Local Unit 




Enrollment 






Number of Centers 




















Total 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


66,040 






39,707 


371 


7 




109 


Allegany 


710 


_ 


_ 


710 


5 


_ 


_ 


5 


Anne Arundel 


2,597 


- 


642 


1,955 


24 


- 


13 


11 


Dd X I- j.inu L c i. Ly 






DU 


9 7 7Q 


■J 






*7 


Bal timore 


7,772 






4,372 


60 




H / 


13 


Calvert 


596 




256 


340 


3 







1 


Caroline 


446 


25 


107 


314 


4 


- 


1 


3 


Carroll 


1,000 


35 


447 


518 


13 


2 


9 


2 


Cecil 


533 






533 


10 




I 


9 


Charles 


584 




96 


488 


7 




5 


2 


Dorchester 


594 


61 


280 


253 


4 




2 


2 


Frederick 


1,336 


- 


351 


985 


15 


- 


10 


5 


Garrett 


















Harford 


5,737 


4 


3, 559 


2 , 174 


38 




25 


*12 


Howard 


1,778 




582 


1,196 


6 




3 


3 


Kent 


389 




97 1 


118 


3 




1 


*2 


Montgomery 


21,897 


43 


13,390 


8,464 


94 




41 


*53 


Prince George's 


13, 271 


127 


589 


12,555 


33 




9 


24 


Queen Anne' s 


218 


8 


60 


150 


4 




2 


2 


St. Mary's 


850 


61 


16 


773 


7 


3 


1 


3 


Somerset 


405 




405 




4 




4 




Talbot 


99 






99 


1 






1 


Washington 


1, 165 


40 


469 


656 


17 


1 


15 


1 


Wicomico 


624 


12 


524 


88 


5 




4 


*1 


Worcester 


600 


8 


405 


187 


7 






*7 



*Includes combined centers with elementary and secondary programs. 



TABLE 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1977 | 



Local Unit 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 




Federal 


Local 


To ta 1 


Federal 


Local 


To ta 1 


Federal 


State 
& 

Local 


Loca 1 


lO La L 


Head 
Start 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Enrich- 
ments 


Remedial 


Migrant 


ESEA 




Original 
(Credits) 


Review 
(Credits) 


Enrich- 
ment 


Remedial 


Vocation- 
al* 


Driver 
Education 


1 State 


582 


65 


282 


6 1 


174 


25,751 


559 


3,965 




13,601 


7 ,626 


39,707 


290 


i /4 


1 <N Q "7 
1,30/ 




J , y J J 


l J , Z3 i 


A A7 


A n A R 

J , U 4 O 


Al legany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


710 


- 


- 


270 


390 




48 


2 


- 


Anne Arundel 


- 


- 






- 


642 


* 


76 




566 




1,955 








A S 1 
H J J 










Baltimore City 












dU 




60 








9 7 7Q 
















744 


Bal timore 


158 


- 


158 




_ 


3,242 








1,699 


1 , 543 


4,372 






89 


TAT 

lb 1 


/. 1 


7 /. Q 


J 7 I 


J J J 


Calvert 


- 








- 


256 




O 1^ 

1 1 J 








340 








133 


32 


135 


40 




Carol ine 


25 


- 


25 


- 




107 


107 


- 


- 


- 




314 


122 


- 




80 






112 


- 


Carro 1 1 


35 


35 


■ 




- 


447 








447 




518 






1 on 




39 


119 


170 




Cecil 
























*^ ^ 
J J J 






206 


'ill 










Charles 










_ 


96 








A 1 


J J 


488 








115 


74 


299 






Dorchester 


61 




61 




- 


280 


83 


197 








253 


138 


_ 


_ 


115 






- 


- 


Frederick 


- 








- 


351 










351 


985 








431 


107 


376 


25 


46 


Garrett 










































Harford 












3 559 




198 




1,413 


1,948 


2, 174 






75 


300 


223 


453 


995 


128 


Howard 












'582 










582 


1,196 






147 


304 


156 


521 


68 




Kent 


- 








- 


271 








140 


131 


118 








17 




48 


53 




Montgomery 


43 








43 


13,390 




2,180 




8,660 


2,550 


8,464 








2,240 


2,467 


439 


2,139 


1, 179 


Prince George ' s 


. 127 








127 


589 








589 




19 S S S 
t Z ) J J J 




144 


121 


2,634 


2,354 


6,816 


230 


256 


Queen Anne' s 


8 




8 






60 


20 








40 


150 


23 




97 






30 






St. Mary's 


61 






61 




16 










16 


773 






145 


161 


40 


273 




154 


Somerset 












405 


207 


198 


























Talbot 
























99 






99 












Washington 


40 


/30 


10 






469 


80 






46 


343 


656 






143 


300 


53 


llo 






Wicomico 


12 




12 






524 


35 


453 






36 


88 


7 










1 




S 


Worcester 


8 




8 






405 


27 


378 








187 






5 


182 











i or ted in part by State funds, 
ram funcjed by Appalachian Regional Commission. 



TABLE 

19 



Pupil Withdrawals: 



Cause of Termination: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1977-78 
Grades Prek.-6 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em- 
ploy- 
ment 


Mar- 
riage 


Mi 1 i- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 
compati- 
bility 
with 
School* 


Court 
Ac tion 


Eco- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approva 1 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Dc 1 


Includ- 
ing 
Death 


Exclud- 
ing 
Death 


Expu 1 
s ion/ 


Im- 
matur- 
ityj< 


Other 


Total State 


1,728 


1,673 


8 


38 


1 


2 


3 






20 


7 


1 


13 


953 


33 


594 





Allegany 


5 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1 


- 


1 




3 




- 




Anne Arundel 


25 


20 


1 






1 
















15 


3 






Baltimore City 


1,362 


1,362 




34 












10 








768 




550 




Baltimore 


58 


51 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


23 


21 




Calvert 


2 


2 


- 


- 












- 






1 


1 




- 




Caroline 


1 


1 


- 


- 






1 


- 


• 


- 
















Carroll 


17 


9 


3 






















2 




4 




Cecil 


11 


10 


1 














1 








5 




3 




Charles 


12 


11 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


- 


3 


7 








Dorchester 


11 


8 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


2 


3 


- 


- 


} 


Frederick 


k 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




A 
H 




- 




Garrett 


k 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




2 




- 




Harford 


2 


2 
























2 








Howard 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 




Kent 


1 

i. 


L 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 








- 




Montgomery 


52 


44 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 




1 


4 


- 


1 


18 


2 


15 


I 


Prince George ' s 


51 


42 
















5 








37 








Queen Anne' s 


4 


2 




1 






1 






















St. Mary's 


9 


6 










1 














5 








Somerset 


k 


3 






















3 










Talbot 


2 


2 


























2 






Washington 


81 


79 


1 






















74 


3 


1 




Wicomico 


6 


3 


















1 






2 






3 


Worcester 


2 


2 






















1 


1 









*lncompatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over), 
/Explusion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 
^Under compulsory attendance age. 



I 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Termination: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1977-78 

Grades 7-12 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
111- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em- 
ploy- 
ment 


Mar- 

r 1 age 


Mi 1 i- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 
compati- 
bility 
wi th 
School* 


Court 
Action 


Eco- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Death 


Xnc 1 ud~ 

ing 
Death 


ing 
Death 


Expul- 
sion/ 


Ira- 
ma tur- 
ity?' 


Other 




al State 


18,821 


18,737 


28 


165 


13 


2 


1 , 103 


180 


212 


14 , 766 


160 


57 


319 


- 


515 


1, 217 


84 


Allegany 


131 


128 


1 


3 






15 


14 


1 


68 


1 2 


10 


1 




3 




3 


Anne Arundel 


1,441 


1,431 


3 


16 




1 


7 3 


26 


16 


1,145 


1 1 


2 


59 




77 


2 




Baltimore City 


8,415 


8,415 




87 


_ 






17 


98 


7,065 






. 


- 


3 


1, 145 




Baltimore 


1,693 


1,677 


5 


2 


4 


1 


219 


31 


23 


1,246 


7 


- 


116 


- 


13 


10 


16 


Calvert 


122 


121 










1 


2 


2 


103 


7 




5 


- 


1 




1 
1 


Caroline 


144 


143 






1 
1 




7 1 




1 


A 1 
H J 


z 




24 


_ 


1 






Carroll 


452 


449 




2 






"iQ 


L 


J 




A 




1 


- 


150 


1^ I 


3 


Cecil 


316 


316 


3 


4 


1 


_ 


1 


6 


2 


243 


9 


1 


- 


- 


35 


11 




Charles 


254 


251 




6 


- 


- 


40 


8 


3 


179 


3 


1 


4 


- 


7 


- 


3 


Dorches ter 


133 


132 


1 


i 






-1 
J 


4 










14 


- 


8 




I 


Frederick 


339 


337 


1 


1 


1 




29 


9 


1 


220 


7 




18 




36 




L 


Garrett 


107 


107 










3 


9 




3 


I 




4 




1 


J 




Harford 


508 


505 




3 


1 




23 


8 


6 


410 


3 


_ 


14 


_ 


37 




3 


Howard 


224 


221 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 


3 


3 


205 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Kent 


76 


76 


- 


1 


- 




- 


2 


1 


65 


1 




4 




2 






Mon tgomery 


882 


869 


2 


1 


1 




430 


19 


11 


303 


46 


2 






30 


7 A 




Prince George's 


2,242 


2,226 


5 


7 


2 




118 


8 


33 


2,004 


26 


4 






19 




16 


Queen Anne ' s 


154 


153 












4 




123 


4 


14 






8 




1 


St. Mary's 


247 


246 


1 












3 


228 


1 




1 




12 




1 


Somerset 


84 


83 


2 


3 






3 


1 


1 


62 


1 


1 


6 




3 




1 


Talbot 


85 


84 






1 




8 






68 






5 




1 


I 


1 


Washing ton 


352 


350 


1 


2 






18 


6 


4 


268 


4 








39 


8 


2 


Wicoaico 


252 


252 


1 








5 






209 


4 




9 




2:, 






Worcester 


168 


165 


2 


26 








2 




87 


6 


3 


34 




5 




3 



■.:ooipatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over), 
(pulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 
Ider compulsory attendance age. 



TABLE 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1977-78 

Grades Prek.-6 



Local Unit 


To tal 


Public 
Same 


School in the 
Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 




Other Programs 


Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion 

of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

residence 


In 

Local 
Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
Stated 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


Home- 
teaching 


no bp 1 LaX 

teaching 


Evening 
Hxgn 
School 


State 
Institution 
wi cn 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


Ii. 

A f" Vv ci 1" 

S t3 t e* 


Total State 


55,932 


1,788 


2,413 


25,024 


11.655 


11,085 


2,448 


185 


168 


634 


268 


35 


4 


225 


Allegany 


451 


19 




208 


49 


145 


18 


1 


2 


4 


4 






1 


Anne Arundel 


4,239 


189 


1 


1,428 


898 


1,449 


88 


32 


12 


63 


68 


6 


_ 


5 


Baltimore City 


18,446 




- 


11,788 


4,958 


- 


1,600 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


100 


Baltimore 


4,915 


417 


26 


1,559 


1,486 


1.108 


139 


55 


22 


53 


35 


9 


3 


3 


Calvert 


366 


57 


2 


61 


116 


104 


13 


5 


2 


1 


2 


1 


- 


2 


Caroline 


217 


1 




LA 


80 


85 




9 


J 


_ 










Carroll 


741 


20 


- 


241 


194 


215 


15 


6 


1 


12 


34 


2 


_ 


1 


Cecil 


835 


9 


- 


365 


95 


339 


12 


7 


2 


1 


- 


2 


- 


3 


Charles 


756 


35 


- 


180 


210 


271 


21 


7 


- 


7 


14 


3 


- 


8 


Dorchester 


235 


6 


- 


94 


52 


71 


6 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Frederick 


1,079 


21 






209 


396 


11 


3 


5 


8 


5 


1 






Garrett 


171 


_ 


_ 


59 


34 


65 






3 




8 


1 


_ 


1 


Harford 


3,877 


9 


2,380 


1,245 


65 


158 


5 


- 


2 


6 


5 


2 


- 


- 


Howard 


996 


54 


- 


215 


285 


374 


18 


5 


6 


38 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Kent 


118 


1 


- 


24 


27 


60 


3 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Montgomery 


5,590 


418 




1,814 


838 


1,784 


205 


23 


66 


329 


28 


2 




83 


Prince George's 


9,452 


426 




4,012 


1,516 


3,091 


205 


21 


23 


100 


49 


3 




6 


Queen Anne ' s 


187 


1 


1 


21 


69 


86 


3 


3 


2 










1 


St. Mary's 


856 


45 




263 


85 


409 


34 


1 




5 


10 


2 




2 


Somerset 


141 






22 


61 


48 


4 


3 


1 




1 


1 






Talbot 


146 


1 




46 


48 


39 


10 


1 












1 


Washington 


1,185 


44 


1 


562 


90 


444 


29 


2 


5 


3 


3 




1 


1 


Wicomico 


669 


11 


1 


298 


100 


243 


8 


4 


2 










2 


Worcester 


264 


4 


1 


55 


90 


101 


1 


3 


5 


2 


2 









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



k 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1977-78 

Grades 7-12 



cal Unit 


Total 


Publ ic 
Same 


School in the 
Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the local Unit 


Nonpublic School 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 




Other 


Programs 




In 
Same 
Local 
Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
School 


State 
Institution 
With 
Education 
Program 


Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Residence 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


State 


41 . 189 


2,619 


2,324 


1 7 ,888 


6,641 


6,663 


1,071 


205 


203 


335 


1,284 


95 


1,123 


738 


legany 


178 


12 




49 




63 


4 


1 




1 


18 


- 


- 


2 


ne Arundel 


3.103 


599 


i J 


Jib 


558 


836 


39 


37 


28 


20 


273 


20 


113 


49 


Itimore City 


1 #^ / Q c; 
1 D » H O 3 












690 


_ 


_ 










9 1 


1 time re 


3,082 


273 


43 


732 


821 


625 


57 


41 


19 


26 


143 


19 


260 


23 


Ivert 


161 


3 




17 


57 


50 


5 


2 


1 


- 


17 


1 


2 


6 


roline 


142 


3 


- 


17 


C Q 
30 


54 




4 




- 


1 


- 


- 


5 


rroll 


447 


8 


4 


115 


112 


1 m 
lU J 


_ 


6 


7 


5 


69 


3 


5 


10 


ri 1 
L Xi. 


J jU 


J. 




94 


A A 


1 QQ 


5 


1 


6 












arles 


660 


11 




r c 
J J 


1 A A 


1 /U 


3 


12 


1 


4 


74 


3 


124 


57 


rchester 


139 


1 




jU 


29 


70 


4 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


ederick 


559 


4 


- 


120 


140 




y 


H 


z: 
D 


3 


36 


6 


38 


11 


rrett 


97 






O 


1 A 
Id 


A 1 


2 


1 


4 


1 


17 






7 














A 79 


13 


15 


4 




158 


g 


\ 


28 


ward 


599 


52 







158 


199 


5 


9 


8 


17 


2 


7 


1 


27 


nt 


67 


1 




1 


10 


53 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ntgomery 


3,343 


316 


9 


681 


387 


1,003 


106 


41 


74 


188 


201 


22 


225 


90 


ince George s 


J , /oo 






2,038 


723 


1.818 


91 


19 


29 




J.OD 


J 






een Anne ' s 


86 






6 


32 


40 




3 


2 










3 


. Mary's 


460 


13 


1 


59 


82 


238 


7 


2 




2 


33 


1 


1 


21 


merset 


52 






4 


17 


27 




1 


1 




2 








Ibot 


109 


1 




14 


32 


21 


13 


2 


2 


1 


17 






c 


shington 


575 


15 




190 


87 


202 


15 




7 


3 


32 


3 




21 


comico 


271 


7 


1 


74 


53 


127 


2 


2 


2 










3 


rcester 


151 




1 


18 


55 


69 






1 




5 


1 




1 



other 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: 

I June Net Roll, 1978 



Loc a 1 unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Tn t X 1 ^ tA tp 


823,795 


778,476 


45, 319 


5. 


5 


422,677 


408,537 


14, 140 


3. 


3 


401 


,118 


369 


,9 39 




31, 179 


7 . 8 


A 1 1 egany 


15,066 


14,891 


175 


1 . 


2 


7 


,462 


7,323 


139 


1 . 


9 


7 


,604 


7 


,566 




36 


0.5 


Anne Arundel 




7 1 , 443 


2,806 


3. 


8 


37,692 


36 , 9 1 1 


781 


2. 


1 


36 


,557 


34 


|532 




2,025 


5. 5 


Baltimore City 


151,206 


131,229 


19,977 


13. 


2 


80 


049 


73,623 


6,426 


8. 





71 


,157 


57 


, 606 




13,551 


19.0 


Bal timore 


111,235 


107,289 


3,946 


3. 


5 


54 


131 


52,685 


1,446 


2. 


7 


57 


, 104 


54 


, 604 




2 , 500 


4.4 


Calvert 


7,367 


7,106 


261 


3. 


5 


3 


956 


3,905 


51 


1. 


3 


3 


,411 


3 


,201 




210 


6.2 


Caroline 


A, 835 


4,715 


120 


2. 


5 




481 


2,422 


59 


2. 


4 


2 


,354 


2 


, 293 




61 


2.6 


Carroll 


1 Q Q A 1 




414 


2. 


1 


10 


709 


1 A t: c: 1 
iU , 3D 1 


158 


1 . 


5 


9,232 


8 


,976 




256 


2.8 


Cecil 


12,977 


12,643 


334 


2 . 


6 


6 


957 


6,773 


184 


2. 


6 


6,020 


5 


,870 




150 


2.5 


Charles 


17,455 


16,730 


725 


4 


1 


9 


342 


9,103 


239 


2. 


6 


8 


,113 


7 


,627 




486 


6.0 


Dorches ter 


5,586 


5,368 


218 


3. 


9 


2 


898 


2,798 


100 


3. 


5 


2 


,688 


2 


,570 




118 


4.4 


Frederick 


23,121 


22,470 


651 


2. 


8 


12 


490 


12,209 


281 


2. 


3 


10 


,631 


10 


,261 




370 


3.5 


Garrett 


5,643 


5 , 539 


104 


1. 


8 


3 


182 


3, 120 


62 


1, 


9 


2 


,461 


2 


,419 




42 


1 . 7 


Harford 


33,010 


31,660 


1 , 350 


4. 


1 


17 


549 


16,972 


57 7 


3. 


3 


15 


,461 


14 


,688 




773 


5 . 


Howard 


25,486 


24,795 


691 


2. 


7 


13 


319 


13,135 


184 


1. 


4 


12 


,167 


11 


,660 




507 




Kent 


3, 194 


3,045 


149 


4. 


7 


I 


520 


1,452 


68 


4. 


5 


1 


,674 


1 


,593 




81 


4.8 


Mon tgomery 


111,314 


108,929 


2,385 


2. 


1 


54 


676 


54,033 


643 


1. 


2 


56 


6 38 


54 


,896 




1,742 


3.1 


Prince George' s 


136,038 


128,310 


7,728 


5. 


7 


69 


672 


68,228 


1,444 


2. 


1 


66 


,366 


60 


,082 




6,284 


9.5 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,856 


4,652 


204 


4. 


2 


2 


424 


2,366 


58 


2. 


4 


2 


,^32 


2 


,286 




146 


6.0 


St. Mary's 


12,071 


11,183 


888 


7. 


3 


6 


557 


6,202 


355 


5. 


4 


5 


,514 




,981 




533 


9.7 


Somer se t 


4,045 


3,833 


2ir 


5. 


2 


2 


138 


2,047 


91 


4. 


3 


1 


,907 


I 


,786 




121 


6.3 


Talbot 


4,394 


4,140 


254 


5. 


8 


2 


117 


2,000 


117 


5. 


5 


2 


,277 


2 


140 




137 


6.0 


Washington 


21,925 


20,927 


998 


4. 


5 


n 


588 


11, 199 


389 


3. 


4 


10 


,337 


9 


728 




609 


5.9 


Wicomico 


12,902 


12,290 


612 


4. 


7 


6 


921 


6,640 


281 


4. 


1 


5 


,981 


5 


650 




331 


5.5 


Worcester 


5,879 


5,762 


117 


2. 





2 


847 


2,840 


7 


0. 


3 


3 


,032 


2 


922 




110 


3.6 



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



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

June Net Roll, 1978 



TABLE 



Local Unit 




First 


Grade Enrollment 






Number and Percent not 


promo ted 






Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


Percent 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


53, 


356 


27, 


812 


25, 


544 


3,745 


2,428 


1,317 


7 





8 


7 


5.2 


Al legany 


1. 


099 




535 




^ t / 


88 


57 


3 1 


8 





10 


7 


c c 

J . J 


Anne Arundel 


^, 


761 


2,455 


2, 


jUd 


249 


163 


86 


c 

J 


2 


6 


6 


3.7 


Baltimore City 


10, 


679 


5, 


753 


4 , 


Q A 


1,458 


976 


482 


1 T 
L J 


7 


1 7 
i / 


n 
u 


9.8 


Dai. UXIilULC 


3, 


864 


1, 


942 


1 

>■ , 


7 Z Z 


205 


122 


83 




•a 
J 





■3 
J 


4. 3 


Calvert 




562 




276 




286 


27 


16 


11 


4 


8 


5 


8 


3.9 


Caroline 




353 




185 




168 


1 n 


5 


5 


2 


8 


2 


7 


3 . 


Carroll 


1, 


560 




818 




' 'tZ 


48 


30 


18 


3 


\ 


3 


7 


2.4 


Cecil 




994 




472 




■J 


74 


45 


29 


7 


4 


9 


5 


5.6 


Charles 


1, 


285 




673 




f\ 1 9 
O i Z 


84 


60 


24 




5 


g 


9 


3.9 


Dorchester 




456 




237 




219 


42 


25 


17 


9 


2 


10 


5 


7.8 


Frederick 


1,780 




955 




Q ^ 


oo 


JO 


"X 


4 


Q 
7 


c 
J 


Q 


J . 7 


Garrett 




478 




244 




Z J** 


16 


9 


7 


J 


J 


■1 

J 


1 


3.0 


Harford 


2, 


537 


1, 


330 


1. 


207 


160 


107 


53 


6 


3 






i 


4.4 


Howard 


1, 


813 




928 




885 


66 


44 


22 


3 


6 


4 


7 


2.5 


Kent 




228 




127 




101 


28 


15 


13 


12 


3 


11 


8 


12.9 


Montgomery 


6,257 


3,264 


2, 


993 


229 


155 


74 


3 


7 


4 


7 


2.5 


Prince George' s 


9, 


7 29 


5, 


053 




676 


530 


337 


193 


5 


5 


6 


7 


4. 1 


Queen Anne ' s 




365 




182 




i83 


30 


17 


13 


8. 


2 


9 


3 


7.1 


St. Mary's 




966 




494 




472 


101 


63 


38 


10. 


5 


12 


7 


8.1 


Somerse t 




303 




171 




132 


22 


15 


7 


7 


3 


8 


8 


5.3 


Talbot 




311 




178 




133 


46 


26 


20 


14 


8 


14 


6 


15.0 


' Washington 


1. 


601 




825 




776 


66 


42 


24 


4 


1 


5 


1 


3. 1 


Wicomico 




995 




501 




494 


77 


42 


35 


7 


7 


8 


4 


7.1 


Worcester 




380 




214 




166 


1 


1 







3 





5 





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



V 



TABLE 

23 



Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 196Y-68 - i9YY-Y0 



Year 


High School Graduates 


Loc3,X Unit, 










Total 


Boys 


Girli; 


1967-68 






, ? J*-' 


1968-69 




21,1*75 


23,108 


1969-70 


1*6,1+62 


22.593 


23,869 


ly ( u- ( ± 


1»8,219 


23.152 


25,067 


1971-72 


50,370 


24,052 


26,318 


1972-73 


52,813 


25,531 


27,282 


1973-7't 


53,952 


26.005 


27. 91*7 


197lt-75 


55,336 


26.1*69 


28.867 


1975-76 


56,063 


26,838 


29,225 


1976-77 


55,503 


26,606 


28,89Y 


1977-78 


55,880 


27,109 


^'8,YTi 


BY LOCAL UNIT - 1977-78 


Allegany 


1,269 


639 


630 


Anne Arundel 


1*,993 


2,1*61 


2.532 


Baltimore City 


7,656 


3,1*15 


l*,2l*l 


Baltinore 


9.171* 


1*,507 


1*.667 


Calvert 


389 


199 


190 


Caroline 


336 


11*9 


18Y 


Carroll 


1.296 


636 


660 


Cecil 


71*9 


358 


391 


Charles 


1,051 


505 


51*6 


Dorchester 


386 


190 


196 


Frederick 


1,1*69 


729 


71*0 


Garrett 


31*0 


171* 


166 


Harford 


2,051* 


1,009 


1,01*5 


Howard 


i,6oi* 


776 


828 


Kent 


238 


109 


129 


Montgomery 


9.396 


1*,6Y3 


1*,723 


Prince George's 


9,178 


1*,1*38 


l*.7l*0 


Queen Anne ' s 


325 


156 


169 


St . Mary ' s 


660 


321 


339 


Somerset 


296 


128 


168 


Talbot 


297 


11*1* 


153 


Washington 


1,1*05 


701 


70I* 


Wicomico 


887 


1*67 


1*20 


Worcpster 






on7 



TABLE 



Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 




Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


16 


7 


17 


.6 


15.9 


Al legany 


17 


5 


18 


3 


16.9 


Anne Arundel 


17 


4 


19 


. 1 


16 . 


Baltimore City 


16 


3 


16 


.4 


16.1 


Bal timore 


15 


g 


17 





14. 5 


Calvert 


16 




16 


. 2 


16.9 


Caroline 


16 


4 


16 


.4 


16 . 4 


Carroll 


18 


3 


22.6 


15. 2 


Cecil 


18 


3 


20 


.5 


16.4 


Charles 


17 


7 


20 


.8 


15.4 


Dorchester 


lA 


9 


14 


.9 


14.8 


Frederick 


18 





16 


.4 


Oft 1 


Garrett 


17 


8 ' 


17 


.3 




nar L or u 


17 





18 


. 2 


15.9 


Howard 


17 


1 


19 


8 


15. 1 


Kent 


15 


7 


13 


3 


18.5 


null Lgulllc L y 


16 


2 


17 


.5 


15. 1 


Prince George's 


17 


5 


17 


.4 


1 7 A 


Queen Anne ' s 


17 


6 


17 


.3 


17.8 


St. Mary's 


17 


1 


18 


.8 


15.5 


Somerset 


15 


5 


17 


7 


13.7 


Talbot 


14 


5 


16 


.3 


13.3 


Washington 


17 


5 


20 


3 


15.3 


Wicomico 


16 


1 


17 





15.3 


Worces ter 


14 


7 


13 


.9 


15.5 



TABLE 




Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre- 
kindergar ten 


Kindergarten 


Grades 1- 


6 


Total State 


830,407 





422,668.0 


4,235.2 


47 


939.5 


370 


493.3 


407,739.0 


Al legany 


1 R loo 
1 J, izo 


H 


7,467.2 


- 




yj2. i 


6 


515 


1 


7,661. 2 


Anne Arundel 


"7 C A A R 
/ J , HO J 


-J 


37 , 810. 1 




'* 


558. 4 


33 


251 


7 


37,655.6 


Baltimore City 


1 IsA T t 1 
IDU , /D I 


/ 


79,358.4 


2,621.6 


Q 




jy J . 


68 


143 


2 


71,403.3 


Baltimore 


113, 126 


1 


54,762.7 


28.5 


6 


033.1 


48 


701 


1 


58,363.4 


Calvert 


7,415 


6 


3,944.3 


- 




486.3 


3,458 





3,471. 3 


Caroline 


4,942 


9 


2,494.6 


- - 




292 . 1 


■) 


202 


5 


2,448. 3 


Carroll 


20,018 


8 


10 , 653. 9 






260. 7 


9 


393 


2 


9, 364.9 


Cecil 


13,113 


9 


6,949.7 






857 . 5 


6 


092 


2 


6,164.2 


Charles 


17,549 


8 


9,285.3 


42.9 




042.0 


8 


200 


4 


8,264.5 


Dorchester 


5,673 


9 


2,908.0 


_ 




304.9 


2 


603 


1 


2,765.9 


Frederick 


23,228 


5 


12,430.6 


- 




625.6 


10 


805 





10, 797 . 9 


Garre tt 


5,693 


6 


3, 185. 5 


■ 




399.0 


2 


786 


5 


2,508. 1 


Harford 


33,175 





17,378.7 




2 


072.3 


15 


306 


4 


15,796.3 


Howard 


25,498 


8 


13,290.5 




1 


567 . 8 


11 


722 


7 


12,208. 3 


Kent 


3,251 


8 


1,534.6 


_ 




192.2 


1 


342 


4 


1,717.2 


Mon tgomery 


111,844.5 


54,652.2 


704.5 


6 


118.5 


47 


829.2 


57 , 192. 3 


Prince George' s 


137,903 


6 


70,077.3 


217.4 


7 


384. 3 


62 


475 


6 


67,826.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,881.9 


2,407.8 






281. 1 


2 


126 


7 


2,474. 1 


St. Mary's 


12,173 


3 


6,525.3 


19.5 




874.4 


5 


631 


4 


5,648.0 


Somerset 


4,045 


3 


2,114.6 


58.2 




274.5 


1 


781 


9 


1,930.7 


Talbot 


4,419 


7 


2,104.0 






248.4 


1 


855. 


6 


2,315.7 


Washington 


22,164 


4 


11,614.0 


447.3 


1 


384.8 


9 


781. 


9 


10,550.4 


Wicomico 


13,011.7 


6,901.5 


95.3 




818.2 


5 


988. 





6,110.2 


Worces ter 


5,918 


1 


2,817.2 






317.7 


2 


499. 


5 


3,100,9 



Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



TABLE 

26 



I f\f a 1 TTn i t" 
1<UC a L u 11 X ^ 










Average Number of 


Pupils Attending 










Percent of Attendance 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Prekgn , 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


Total 


Prskgn , 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


.al State 


758, 101 





394 


803.8 


3,591.5 


43 


,759. 


2 


347, 


453 


1 


363 


297 


1 


91 


3 


93. 


4 


84.8 


91 


3 


93. 


8 


07 . I 


Allegany 


14, 


194 


Q 

7 


7,048.5 






/ u . 


Q 
7 


6. 


177 




7 


146 




Q 7 


Q 


7H 






Q 1 
7 i 


J 


QA 
7H . 


a 
o 


7 J . J 


Anne Arundel 


69, 


868 


1 
1 


35 


616.9 


- 


A 
H 




Ci 
\J 


31,408 


Q 


34,251 


Z 


7 Z 


D 




-) 

L 


- 


7 Z 


T 
J 


7 H . 


J 


90.9 


Baltimore City 


129,987 


7 


71,880.4 


2, 187. 1 


1 


, 579. 


I 


62, 114 



£. 


58, 107 


3 


86 


L 


90 




83.4 


88 


9 
L 


9 1 . 


]_ 


61.4 


Ra 1 HmnTP 


104, 


115 


3 


51 


305.6 


23.9 


5 


,493. 


5 


45, 


788 


2 


52,809 


7 


92 


1 


93. 


7 


84. 8 


91 


1 


94. 





90 5 


Calvert 


6, 


796 


7 


3 


700.9 


■ 




446. 


7 


3, 


254 


2 


3 


095 


8 


91 


7 


93 


8 


- 


91 


9 


94. 


1 


89 . 2 


Caroline 


4, 


589 


4 


2 


359.2 


_ 




274. 


2 


2, 


085 





2 


230 


2 


92 


8 


94 


6 


_ 


93 


9 


94. 


7 


91.1 


Carroll 


18. 


564 





9 


996.0 


- 


1 


,147. 


3 


8, 


848 


7 


8 


568 





92 


7 


93 


8 


- 


91 





94. 


2 


91.5 


Cecil 


11, 


991 


2 


6 


496.5 






776. 


6 


5, 


719 


9 


5 


494 


7 


91 


4 


93 


5 




90 


6 


93. 


9 


89. 1 


Charles 


16,142 


7 


8 


708.4 


1 "7 £. 
J / . 




957. 


2 


7, 


713 


6 


7 


434 


3 


92 





93 


8 


ft 7 ft 


91 


8 


94. 


1 


90.0 


Dorchester 


5, 


251 


8 


2 


748.7 






281. 


9 


2, 


466 


8 


2 


503 


1 


92 


6 


94 


5 




92 


4 


94. 


8 


90. 5 


Frederick 


21. 


350 


9 


11 


666. 1 


_ 


1 


,500. 


7 


10, 


165 


4 


9 


684 


8 


91 


9 


93 


9 


- 


92 


3 


94. 


1 


89. 7 


Garrett 


5. 


320 


5 


3 


002.8 


- 




363. 


7 


2, 


639 


1 


2 


317 


7 


93 


4 


94 


3 


- 


91 


1 


94. 


7 


92.4 


Harford 


30, 


992 


3 


16 


469.8 




1 


,929. 


7 


14,540 


1 


14,522 


5 


93 


4 


94 


8 




93 


1 


95. 





91.9 


Howard 


23,705 


3 


12,568.2 




1,456. 


6 


11, 


111 


6 


11 


137 





93 





94 


6 




92 


9 


94. 


8 


91. 2 


Kent 


3, 


056 





1 


459.4 






180. 


4 


1, 


279 





1 


596 


6 


94 





95 


1 




93 


9 


95. 


3 


93.0 


Montgomery 


103, 


452 


6 


51 


384.7 


606.6 


5 


,644. 





45, 


134 


1 


52 


067 


9 


92 


5 


94 





86. 1 


92 


2 


94. 


4 


91.0 


Prince George's 


126, 


493 


9 


65 


744.8 


190.5 


6 


,740. 


4 


58, 


813 


9 


60 


749 


1 


91 


7 


93 


8 


87.6 


91 


3 


94. 


1 


89.6 


Queen Anne s 


4, 


506 


8 


2 


264.5 






260. 





2, 


004 


5 


2 


242 


3 


92 


3 


94 







92 


5 


94. 


3 


90.6 


St. Mary's 


11, 


249 


2 


6 


161. 3 


18. I 




814. 


2 


5, 


329 





5 


087 


9 


92 


4 


94 


6 


92.8 


93 


1 


94. 


6 


90. 1 


Somerset 


3, 


763 


3 


1 


999.0 


53.2 




254. 


9 


1, 


690 


9 


1 


764 


3 


93 





94 


7 


91.5 


92 


9 


94. 


9 


91.4 


Talbot 


4, 


100 


1 


1 


976.9 






229. 


7 


1, 


747 


2 


2 


123 


2 


92 


8 


93 


9 




92 


4 


94. 


2 


91.7 


Washington 


20, 


793 


8 


11 


005.6 


385.4 


1 


,291. 


7 


9, 


328 


5 


9 


788 


2 


93 


8 


94 


8 


86. 2 


93 


3 


95. 


4 


92.8 


Wicomico 


12, 


237 


4 


6 


570.0 


89. 1 




762. 


4 


5, 


718 


5 


5 


667 


4 


94 





95 


2 


93.5 


93 


2 


95. 


5 


92.8 


Worcester 


5, 


577 


1 


2 


669.6 






295. 


4 


2, 


374 


2 


2 


907 


5 


94 


2 


94 


7 




92 


9 


95. 





93.7 



TABLE 

27 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1977 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


Al legany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore ^ 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 1 


Charles 


Dorchester jj 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's jj 


Somerset 


1 Talbot 


Washing ton 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


930 


25 


77 


144 


114 


9 


5 


17 


16 


18 


9 


24 


13 


28 


27 


5 


137 


162 


5 


18 


12 


8 


31 


18 


8 


30 


or 


less 


7 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


31 


- 


60 


14 


- 


- 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


2 


61 


- 


90 


13 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


- 


91 


- 


120 


12 


1 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


121 


- 


150 


13 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


3 


2 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


151 


- 


180 


19 


2 


3 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


181 


- 


210 


28 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


2 


4 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 




211 


- 


240 


31 


1 


2 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


8 


3 


- 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


241 


- 


270 


38 


1 


2 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


9 


4 


- 


2 


1 


1 


4 


- 


1 


271 


- 


300 


38 


1 


4 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


2 


- 


1 




- 


1 


8 


8 


- 


- 


1 


1 


3 


1 


- 


301 


- 


330 


42 


1 


3 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 




1 


2 


12 


7 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 








53 


1 


3 


5 


6 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


L 


1 


1 


- 


- 


13 


12 


- 


2 


- 


- 


4 


- 


2 


361 




390 


44 


4 


5 


5 


7 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




4 


- 


8 


5 


- 


2 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


391 




420 


64 


1 


4 


9 


10 


1 




1 


2 


1 




1 






4 




8 


16 




3 






1 




1 


421 




450 


69 


3 


5 


2 


11 




1 


2 


2 




1 








4 




13 


15 




L 


1 




3 


2 


1 


451 




480 


63 


1 


9 


10 


5 


1 












1 






2 




10 


20 


1 








1 


1 




481 




510 


73 


1 


5 


9 


13 








2 


1 


1 


1 


1 




6 




10 


17 




2 








3 




511 




540 


63 


2 


5 


6 


13 


3 




2 


2 


3 




2 






1 




6 


15 












2 




541 




570 


36 




1 


8 


5 










1 


1 




1 








2 


11 


1 






1 


1 


1 




571 




600 


51 




5 


12 


4 




2 


1 


1 


2 




4 






1 




8 


9 










1 






601 




660 


65 




8 


18 


10 


1 


1 


4 




2 




2 






1 




7 


6 










2 






661 




720 


35 




3 


13 


5 






2 








1 










4 


2 
















721 




780 


24 




3 


8 


6 






1 








3 










1 


2 
















781 




840 


12 


1 


2 


6 


1 










1 
































841 




900 


6 






2 
















1 
























2 




901 




960 


2 






2 












































961 




1,020 


4 




1 


3 












































1,021 




1,060 


2 






1 












































1,081 




1,140 


3 






2 












































1, 141 




1,200 


3 






2 












































1,201 




over 


3 






2 













































^Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools. 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1977 



TABLE 

28 



Pupil 
Membership 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bal timore 


Calvert | 


Caroline || 


Carroll jj 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester | 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard | 


Kent 1 


Montgomery | 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 1 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


AH Schools 


407 


3 






H y 


s 


A 


1 z 


1 n 


L 1 


D 




J 




2U 


3 


j4 


64 


4 


7 


5 


4 


14 


7 


7 


50 


or 


less 


A 






L 


i 


























1 










' 


" 


" 


51 




100 


3 




1 
1 


1 
1 




























I 
















101 




150 


3 






\ 


























1 


i 
















151 




200 


1. 






1^ 












































201 




250 


1 


















































251 




300 


5 






2 














\ 






























301 




350 


7 






3 






1. 
























\ 












\ 


351 




400 


8 






2 


























\ 


















AOl 




450 


7 






1 










1 




2 


























\ 




451 




500 


9 






i 








2 


2 


\ 










2 








\ 














501 




600 


25 


1 




1 




1 


X 




2 


\ 










5 




\ 


\ 






3 






\ 


3 


601 




700 


28 


2 






3 










\ 




3 






3 




3 


5 










3 






701 




800 


41 


2 


3 


2 








2 


1 


3 




\ 


\ 




2 




7 


10 


\ 


2 












801 




900 


33 




1 




4 


1 






1 


2 


_ 


I 








_ 


7 


11 




1 


_ 




3 


1 




901 


- 1 


,000 


40 




4 


2 


3 




1 


2 


1 






2 


2 








8 


10 










2 


1 


1 


1,001 


- 1 


, 100 


35 




5 


2 


8 


2 




2 


1 












5 




4 


3 










2 






1,101 


- 1 


,200 


24 


1 


2 




5 






1 






1 








1 


1 


4 


5 








1 




1 




1,201 


- 1 


,300 


23 


1 


2 


4 


4 


1 






1 












1 




4 


2 












2 




1,301 


- 1 


,400 


15 






5 


4 














1 










4 


















1,401 


- 1 


,500 


12 


1 


2 


2 


4 










1 














1 


















1,501 


- 1 


,600 


14 




3 




3 










1 




1 










2 


1 










1 






1,601 


- 1,700 


12 




1 




3 
























1 


3 


1 








1 






1,701 


- 1 


,800 


11 








2 










1 














3 


2 




1 












1,801 


- 1 


,900 


8 




1 




2 






1 


















2 


1 
















1,901 


- 2 


,000 


7 




2 




1 






























I 












2,001 


- 2 


,100 


6 








2 
























1 


2 
















2, 101 


- 2 


,200 


3 


































2 
















■,;oi 


- 2 


,300 


11 




2 


8 




























1 
















2,301 


- 2.400 


4 




2 


1 








1 




































2,401 


- 2 


,500 


1 


































I 
















2,501 


- over 


6 






3 
















1 




1 








1 

















•••Includes middle Schools. 



i 




STAFF DATA 




Annual Report 



TABLE 



Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek..-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 




Local unic 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1 QAQ- 


/ U 


1 Q 70 — 


7 1 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1 Q 7A 


7 c 
/ J 


1 Q 7 
17/ J — 


/ 


1976-77 


1 Q77- 


7ft 


Total State 


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 





48,545 


8 


48,279 


.9 


Allegany 


776 


.8 


792 


2 


793 


.6 


838 


.3 


837 


9 


855 


5 


851 


2 


852 


.3 


850 


.0 


837 


5 


834 


.5 


Anne Arundel 


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 


4,199 





4,208 


.9 


Baltimore City 


8,381 


.5 


8,816 


6 


10,223 


.0 


9,140 


.8 


8,929 





8,478 





9,106 





8,632 


.0 


8,684 


.0 


9,144 





8,990 


.4 


Baltimore 


5,886 


.4 


6,350 


1 


» oou 


c 

. J 


7 n=i 7 


• O 


7,335 


7 


7 , 214 


6 


*7,051 


1 


7 riQ 7 


. Z 


A QQ 9 


■ L 


7, on 


1 


7 7 


• J 


Calvert 


277 


. 7 


246 


6 


255 


. 7 


252 


.3 


292 


5 


314 


5 


337 





352 


.2 


383 


.6 


404 


1 




.8 


Caroline 


269 


.3 


262 


5 


267 


.8 


279 


. 7 


267 


5 


264 





280 





280 


.9 


283 


.3 


293 





291 


.8 


Carroll 


670 


.3 


749 


3 


767 


.5 


782 


.0 


851 


9 


92^ 


6 


970 


4 


1.013 


.0 


1,002 


.0 


1,035 


3 


1,058 


.2 


Cecil 


527 


.0 


610 


8 


539 


.0 


552 


.6 


578 


5 


600 


5 


634 


5 


641 


.8 


649 


.4 


658 


2 


693 


.0 


Vrflld L 1. C d 


502 


.5 


567 


5 


603 


q 


O-I- J 


_ 2 


714 


9 


741 


5 


784 


6 


844 


. 


869 


, 5 


900 


9 


960 


.0 


Dorchester 


299 


.2 


306 


7 


304 


.3 


331 


.5 


321 


3 


328 


.5 


341 


5 


355 


.0 


364 


.4 


349 


5 


371 


.3 


Frederick 


994 


.5 


1 ,029 





986 


,9 


1,082 


.1 


984 


9 


1,045 


7 


1 ,086 





1,138 


.3 


1.152 


.3 


1,123 


4 


1,245 


.5 


Garrett 


237 


.0 


251 


2 


263 


2 


279 


, 7 


276 


5 


283 





298 





306 


.0 


324 


.0 


317 


5 


320 


.1 


Harford 


1,189 


,8 


1,321 


7 


1,399 


.6 


1,515 


.5 


1,533 





1,561 


1 


1,687 


8 


1,817 


.5 


1.829 


.4 


1,847 


6 


1.889 


.3 




627 


.0 


698 


5 






844 


_ 3 


951 


1 


1,085 


5 


1,169 


4 


1 , 258 


.4 


1 . 348 


.0 


1.394 


5 


1,440 


.5 


Kent 


201 


.1 


201 


7 


211 


.4 


206 


.2 


209 


1 


213 


.0 


210 


5 


217 


.5 


217 


.5 


204 


7 


201 


.0 


Montgomery 


5,746 


.6 


6,290 


2 


6,735 


.4 


6,531 


.5 


6,869 





6,886 


.5 


7,138 


7 


7.058 


.8 


6,882 


.0 


6.962 


.0 


6.728 


.9 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 


6,566 


.0 


7,467 





7,286 


.0 


8,444 


.7 


8,300 





8,303 





8,072 


2 


8,083 


.2 


8,061 


.4 


7.921 


.1 


7,653 


.0 


233 


.1 


245 


2 


230 


.8 


239 


.9 


237 


3 


243 


.5 


246 


4 


249 


.0 


250 


.0 


255 





270 


.0 


St. Mary's 


459 


.8 


450 


9 


511 


.6 


557 


.9 


600 


6 


554 


.2 


605 


3 


636 


.0 


668 


.4 


680 


7 


686 


.0 


Somerset 


199 


.4 


208 


5 


217 


.3 


232 


.7 


224 





219 





222 





230 


.0 


229 


.0 


242 





252 


.5 


Talbot 


229 


.5 


237 





244 


.9 


264 


.7 


276 





287 


.0 


297 





305 


.0 


307 


.0 


301 





296 


.0 


Washington 


1,054 


.5 


1,086 


6 


1,117 


.0 


1,139 


.5 


1,143 





1,247 


.6 


1,237 


8 


1.267 


.9 


1,283 


.5 


1,291 





1,226 


.0 


Wicomico 


596 


.1 


626 


6 


674 


.9 


731 


,2 


721 





729 


.0 


738 


4 


743 


.4 


761 


.2 


770 


5 


781 


.5 


Worcester 


329 


.8 


329 


4 


336 


.4 


334 


.5 


357 


7 


364 


.2 


378 


9 


387 


.9 


386 


.2 


401 


7 


391 


.4 



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



I 



TABLE 




Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 







)8 


X 700 — D 7 


1969- 


70. 


1 Q7n_71 


1 Q7 1 — 


79 


1 Q79- 


/ J 


1 Q71- 
17/ J — 


f H 


1 Q7A 


7 i: 
- / J 


1 07 


7 A 


1976- 


77 


1 Q 7 7_ 7fl 


Total State 


20,482 


.6 


22,367.0 


23,546 


.3 


24,048.1 


23,646 


.7 




.1 


23,895 


3 


24,102 


6 


23,484 


.6 


23,476 


9 


22.668.4 


Allegany 


355 


.8 


365.6 


363 


.9 


384.5 


385 


.2 


297 


.0 


393 


2 


394 


3 


386 


5 


379 





381.0 


Anne Arundel 


1,681 


.3 


1,827.1 


1,935.2 


1.980.0 


1,901 


.0 


1.909 


.0 


2.033 


7 


1,994 


1 


1,978 


,1 


2,015.5 


1.859.6 


Baltimore City 




.6 


4,779.3 


5,522 


.0 


4.864.3 


4,714 


.0 


4.404 


.0 


4.662 





4.817 





4,673 





4,930 





4.565.5 


Baltimore 






J , i /H . 3 


3,341 


.5 


3 . 360. 4 


3,475 


. 7 


3 . 349 


. 1 


**3.301 


.5 


3.304 


.6 


3.145 


1 


3.037 


9 


3 .045 . 7 


Calvert 


144 


.8 


1?.8.6 


137 


.1 


126.4 


151 


.0 


144 


.5 


158 





172 


.8 


208 


9 


187.6 


228.1 


Caroline 


128 


.2 


131.7 


131 


.0 


138.2 


132 





128 


.5 


138 


3 


137 


3 


133 


3 


143 


8 


142.9 


Carroll 


356 


.6 


388.6 


385 


. 1 


413.0 


440 


8 


502 


.5 


513 


5 


529 


6 


544 


2 


501 


4 


443.2 


Cecil 


111 





291.6 


255 


.5 


253.8 


260 


5 


293 


.0 


336 





337 


8 


337 


9 


331 


8 


318.0 


Charles 




7 


324 . 2 


313 


.1 


348. 1 


391 


5 


361 


. 5 


All 


c 
o 


'tUU 


c 
D 




U 


400 





/. 9 9 n 


Dorchester 


149 


.1 


151.5 


144 


.9 


152.5 


149 


8 


158 


.5 


165 


3 


174 


8 


183 


.4 


173 


1 


185.0 


Frederick 


494 


.0 


513.0 




n 


581.7 


529 


.4 


560 


.6 


578 


3 


595 


5 


600 


.0 


599 


.5 


709.5 


Garrett 


127 


.2 


133.3 


140 


.4 


154.9 


153 


.0 


163 


.0 


163 


2 


173 





188 


.0 


180 


.7 


163.7 


Harford 


646 


8 


828.7 


804 


.3 


819.9 


852 


1 


84 5 


.4 


831 


5 


912 


8 


912 


9 


906 


.2 


895.9 


nUwd I, U 


291 





Jl J . u 


351 


.5 


395.4 








. u 


O Z i 




7 


A/. Q 





AAA 


7 


638 


.2 




Kent 


104 


7 


99.7 


111 


.0 


110.7 


109 


8 


110 


.0 


111 





112 


5 


113 


.0 


107 


.5 


108.0 


Montgomery 


2,853 


8 


3,162.4 


3,416 


.9 


3.185.5 


3,229 


. I 


3.203 


.9 


3,398 


5 


3.351 


6 


3.055 


,3 


3.069 


1 


2,944.9 


Prince George's 


3.699 





4.195.0 


4,026 


.0 


5.038.7 


4.532 


.0 


4.481 


.5 


4,228 


9 


4.207 


9 


4.129 


.7 


4,028 


.4 


3,808.4 


Queen Anne's 


107 





106. 2 


101 


.4 


105.0 


116 


7 


114 


_ 5 


120 





125 





125 


.0 


130 


5 


131.2 


St. Mary's 


237.5 


227.9 


276 


.0 


331.9 


292 


6 


261 


.2 


291 


9 


299 





313 


6 


315 


9 


323.0 


Somerset 


96.3 


104.1 


103 


.5 


104.0 


106 





99 


.0 


97 





105 





110 





103 





111.5 


Talbot 


108 


2 


109.2 


110 


4 


122.0 


128 





132 


5 


139 





139 


8 


138 





128 





121.5 


Washington 


505.4 


520.4 


538 


5 


535.6 


564 





572 


6 


609 


3 


589 


2 


634 





598 





536.5 


Wicomico 


286 


1 


325.2 


341 


2 


374.8 


368 





372 





382 


7 


382 


2 


379 


5 


370 


4 


381.3 


Worcester 


170 


6 


166.2 


168 


9 


166.8 


164 


3 


182 


3 


189 





196 


4 


194 


5 


201 


4 


191.3 



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



TABLE 



Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 




1 II • 
Local Unic 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977- 


-78 


Total State 


18,832 


3 


19,998.4 


21.309.7 


21,705 


8 


22,855.4 


23,267 


4 




2 


23,642.6 


24.408.4 


25.068 


9 


25,611 


5 


Allegany 


421 





426.6 


429.7 


453 


8 


452.7 


458.5 


458 





458.0 


463.5 


458 


5 


453 


5 


Anne Arundel 


1,378 


5 


1,392.5 


1,500.6 


1,519.5 


1,788.7 


1,858 


5 


1 , 982 


1 


1,988.8 


2.136.7 


2,183 


5 


2,349 


3 


Baltimore City 


3,903.9 


4,037.3 


4,701.0 


4,276 


5 


4,215.0 


4 074 





4 ,444 





3,815.0 


4,011.0 


4,214 





4,424 


9 




2,952 


5 


3, 175. 6 


3,319.0 


3.697 


2 


3,860.0 


3,865 


5 


*3 , 749 




3,787.6 


3.847.0 


3,973 


7 


4,011 


6 


Calvert 


132 


9 


118.0 


118.6 


125 


9 


141.5 


170 





179 





179.4 


174.7 


216 


5 


204 


7 


Caroline 


141 




130.8 


136.8 


141.5 


135.5 


135 


5 


141 


7 


143.6 


150.0 


149.2 


148 


9 


Carroll 


313 


9 


360.7 


382.4 


369 





411.1 


425 


1 


456 


9 


483.4 


457.8 


533.9 


615 





Cecil 


255 





319.2 


283.5 


298 


8 


318.0 


307 


5 


298 


5 


304.0 


311.5 


326 


4 


375 





Char'i p<! 

\j lid L X C 3 


246 


8 


243.3 


290.8 


267 


1 


323.4 


380 





353 





443.5 


475.5 


500 


9 


538 





Dorchester 


150 


1 


155.2 


159. A 


179 





171.5 


170 





176 


7 


180.2 


181.0 


176 


4 


186 


3 


Frederick 


500 


5 


516.0 


459.9 


500 


4 


455.5 


485 


1 


507 


7 


542.8 


552.3 


523.9 


536 





Garrett 


109 


8 


117.9 


122.8 


124 


8 


123.5 


120 





134 


g 


133.0 


136.0 


136 


8 


136 


4 


Harford 


543 





493.0 


595.3 


695 


6 


680.9 


715 


7 


856 


3 


904.7 


916.5 


941 


4 


993 


4 


Howa r d 


336 





385. 5 


438.0 


448 


9 


450 . 9 


584 


5 


547 


5 


608. 5 


741.3 


756 


3 


809 


8 


Kent 


96 


4 


102.0 


100.4 


95 


5 


99.3 


103 





99 


5 


105.0 


104.5 


97 


2 


93 





Montgomery 


2,892 


8 


3,127.8 


3,318.5 


3,346 





3,639.9 


3.682 


6 


3,740 


2 


3.707.2 


3.826.7 


3.892 


9 


3,784 





Prince George's 


2,867 





3,272.0 


3,260.0 


3,406 





3,768.0 


3,821 


5 


3,843 


3 


3.875.3 


3.931.7 


3,892 


7 


3,844 


6 


Queen Anne ' s 


126 


1 


139.0 


129.4 


134 


9 


120.6 


129 





126 


4 


124.0 


125.0 


124 


5 


138 


8 


St. Mary's 


222 


3 


223.0 


235.6 


226 





308.0 


293 





313 


4 


337.0 


354.8 


364 


8 


363 





Somerset 


103 


1 


104.4 


113.8 


128 


7 


118. 


120 





125 





125.0 


119.0 


139 





141.0 


Talbot 


121 


3 


127.8 


134.5 


142 


7 


148.0 


154 


5 


158 





165.2 


169.0 


173 





174 


5 


Washington 


549 


I 


566.2 


578.5 


603 


9 


579.0 


675 





628 


5 


678.7 


649.5 


693 





689 


5 


Wicomico 


310 





301.4 


333.7 


356 


4 


353.0 


357 





355.7 


361.2 


381.7 1 


400 


1 


400 




Worcester 


159 


.2 


163.2 


167.5 


167 


.7 


193.4 


181 


.9 


189 


.9 


191.5 


191.: 


200 


3 

1 


200 





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



TABLE 




Staff Employed in All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Sec- 
retarial 

and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Noninstructional 


Ins true tiona 1 


Total 


Proiess" 
ional 


Other 


Total 


As sis c^n c 

Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 

and 

Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Guidance, 
Media, and 
Psycho- 
logica 1 
Personne 1 


Ai l. . 


Total State 


79 


122.8 


4,905.6 


18 


7 39 . 3 


1,000.3 


17 


, 7 39 . 


55 


477. 


9 


891.6 


2,516. 


4 


42 


937 . 


1 


2.835.6 


6.;'9 7.2 


Al legany 


1 


416.0 


70.5 




360.5 


18.0 




342.5 




985. 





18.0 


45. 







744. 


5 


45.0 


132.5 


Anne Arundel 


6 


598.4 


452.5 


1 


363.0 


"7 /. r\ 
/ U 


1 


,289.0 




782. 


9 


/. ^ A 

4D . U 


216. 





3 


750. 


6 






Baltimore City 


1 5 


500 . 4 


713.9 


3 


725.1 


273.6 


3 


,451. 5 




061. 


4 


282.0 


420. 





Q 

o 


169 . 


1 


401.3 


1,789.0 


Bal timore 


10 


621.0 


599.5 


2 


615. 1 


136.0 


2 


,479. 1 


7 


406. 


4 


63.9 


401. 


5 




1 A Q 


/ 


5A7. I 


285.2 


Calvert 




761.2 


53.5 




157.3 


10.0 




147.3 




550. 


4 


10.0 


26. 







382 . 


Q 
O 


24.0 


107.6 


Caro 1 ine 




505.8 


23.0 




126.5 


5.0 




121.5 




356. 


3 


6.0 


14. 







258. 


7 


19. 1 


58.5 


Carroll 


1 


671.4 


104. 9 




357.3 






337. 3 


1 


209. 2 


22.5 


52. 







953, 


7 


•) *i 


\ 1 ^ *\ 
1 . J 


Cecil 




141. 2 


69.3 




234.4 


11.9 




222. 5 




837. 


5 


13.0 


36. 







621. 





36.0 


131.5 


Charles 


1 


516,5 


117.5 




252.5 


25.5 




227 .0 




146.5 


21.5 


49. 


5 




848. 





62.5 


165.0 


Dorches ter 




698 . 7 


42.5 




158. 9 


7.5 




151.4 




497. 


3 


5.5 


24. 


5 




322. 


3 


24.5 


120.5 


Frederick 




989. 1 


132. 7 




392.0 


29.0 




363.0 


1 


464. 


4 


35.2 


69. 


4 


1 


113. 


I 


63.0 


183.7 


Garrett 




501.4 


28.5 




62.3 


7 t 
/ . J 




54.8 




410. 


6 


O , D 


18. 


5 




290. 


6 


I L . U 


64 . 


Harford 


3 


110.8 


177.0 




795.8 


34.8 




761.0 


2 


138. 





37.2 


88. 





I 


702. 


6 


98.7 


211.5 


Howard 


2 


214.5 


205.0 




334.0 


20.5 




313. 5 


1 


675. 


5 


33.5 


77. 





I 


254. 


9 


108.6 


201.5 


Kent 




352.8 


21.0 




93.0 


5.5 




87.5 




238. 


8 


5.8 


11. 







177. 





13.0 


32.0 


Montgomery 


n 


451.8 


867.6 


2 


808.6 


143.0 


2 


,665.6 


7 


775. 


6 


104.0 


334.0 


5 


955. 


8 


439. 1 


942.7 


Prince George ' s 


12 


803.5 


833.5 


3 


633.5 


96.0 


3 


,537.5 


8 


336. 


5 


105.0 


410.0 




786. 


5 


456.5 


57M.5 


Queen Anne ' s 




425.0 


24.0 




94.0 


4.0 




90,0 




307. 





7.0 


13. 







246. 


2 


10.8 




St. Mary's 


1 


201.7 


80.5 




325.5 


22.5 




303.0 




795. 


7 


11.0 


38. 







609. 7 


47.5 


H'J.5 


Somerset 




451.0 


20.5 




90.0 


8.0 




82,0 




340. 


5 


8.0 


19. 







223. 


5 


10.0 


80. 


Talbot 




405.5 


22.5 




58.5 


7.0 




51.5 




324.5 


5.5 


17. 







266. 





13.0 


2i.O 


Washington 


1 


,889.0 


143.0 




374.0 


24.0 




350.0 


1 


,372 





24.0 


67. 





1 


091. 









Wicomico 


1 


,298.6 


76.7 




258.5 


11.0 




247.5 




963 


4 


12.4 


51 







709 


1 


21.4 


IC /. 5 


Worcester 




597 .5 


26.0 




69.0 


6.0 




63.0 




502 


5 


9.1 


19 







351 


7 


20. 7 


1U2.0 



I 

i 



TABLE 



Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 




Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 

Dot* ej~vT^T^£i 1 


Professional Staff 


Aides 


Secretaries 
C Itrks 


Total 


Assis tant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Direc tor s , 

and 
Supervisors 


Pr inc ipa i s 

and 

Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Per Sonne 1 


Psycho- 
loglca I 
Personnel 


tal State 


59,300.0 


49,180.7 


891.6 


2,516.4 


42,937. 1 


1.205.3 


1,341.4 


64.0 


224.9 


6,297.2 


3,822. I 




1 ,039 . 5 


852.5 


18,0 


45.0 


744.5 


24.0 


18.0 


- 


3.0 


132.5 


54. 5 


Anno ATiin/lal 


5,125.4 


4,253.9 


45.0 


216.0 


3,750.6 


98. 7 


100.0 


2.0 


41.6 


529 . 


342 . 5 


1 1 1 rriAr p Ci tM 
Da A. u miu L c \i 1. i-jr 


1 1 ,654. 3 




282 . 






1 A/. 1 


1 Q/. A 


. u 


/.A A 


1 , 789 . 


59 2. 9 


Baltimore 


7,888.8 


7,121.2 


63.9 


401.5 


6,108.7 


199.0 


274.6 


45.0 


28.5 


285. 2 


482.4 


Calvert 


589.9 


442.8 


10.0 


26.0 


382.8 


11.5 


10.5 


- 


2.0 


107.6 


39. 5 


Caro 1 ine 


374.0 


297.8 


6.0 


14.0 


258.7 


9.0 


9, 1 


- 


1.0 


58. 5 


17.7 


Carroll 


1 , 285. 5 


1,080.7 


22.5 


52.0 


953.7 


26.0 


23.0 


- 


3.5 


128. 5 


76. 3 


Cecil 


887. 7 


706 . 


13.0 


36 . 


621.0 


16 . 


18.0 




2.0 


131.5 


5u. 2 


Charles 


1,227.0 


981.5 


21.5 


49.5 


848,0 


24.0 


35.0 


- 


3,5 


165.0 


eO. 5 


■ Dorchester 


528.8 


376.8 


5.5 


24.5 


322,3 


10.0 


12.5 


- 


2,0 


120. 5 


Jl . 5 


j Frederick 


1,565.9 


1,280.7 


35,2 


69.4 


1,113,1 


34.5 


24.5 


- 


4,0 


183.7 


101.5 


j Garrett 


432. 1 


326.6 


6,5 


18.5 


290.6 


3.0 


7.0 


1.0 




84.0 


21.5 


Harford 


2,267.5 


1 ,926 . 5 


37 . 2 


88.0 


1, 702, 6 


41.2 


54. 5 




3.0 


211.5 


129. 5 


Howard 


1,841.0 


1,474.0 


33.5 


77.0 


1,254.9 


54.0 


46.0 


- 


8.6 


201.5 


16^;. 5 


Kent 


256.8 


206.8 


5.8 


11.0 


177.0 


7.0 


6.0 


- 


- 


32.0 


18.0 


Montgomery 


8,408.7 


6,832.9 


104.0 


334.0 


5,955,8 


197.0 


210.5 


1.0 


30.6 


942. 7 


633. 1 


Prince George's 


9,035.0 


7,758.0 


105.0 


410,0 


6,786.5 


194.5 


221.0 


5.0 


36.0 


578. 5 


696. 5 


Queen Anne' s 


328.0 


277.0 


7.0 


13.0 


246. 2 


3. 3 


6.5 




1.0 


30.0 


21.0 


St. Mary's 


854.2 


706.2 


11.0 


38.0 


609.7 


26.5 


18.0 


1.0 


2.0 


89.5 


58. 5 


Somerset 


357.0 


260.5 


8.0 


19.0 


223,5 


4.0 


5.0 




1.0 


80.0 


16.5 


Talbot 


339.5 


301.5 


5.5 


17.0 


266.0 


5.0 


7.0 




1.0 


2i.O 




Washington 


1,466.5 


1,250.0 


24,0 


67.0 


1,091.0 


35.0 


27.0 


3.0 


3.0 


122.0 


94.5 


Wicomico 


1,022.9 


793.9 


12,4 


51.0 


709. 1 


7.0 


14.4 






169. 5 




Worcester 


524.0 


400.5 


9,1 


19.0 


351.7 


11.0 


8.7 




1.0 


102.0 


zl. 5 



TABLE 




staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prtk.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 








Professional 


Staff 










Aides 




Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents, 
Directors, 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 

and 

Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
se lors 


Audi 0- 
visual 
Personne I 


Psycho- 
logica 1 
Personne 1 


Secre taries 
jnd 
Cltrks 


Total State 


29 


, 705, 6 


23,081 


6 


413.2 


1 , 282 





20 


343 


7 


729 





167. 2 


30. 5 


116.0 


4,889 


7 


1,734.3 


Al legany 




548.0 


390 





9.0 


19 







349 


5 


11 









1.5 


130 





28. 


Anne Arundel 


2 


,390. 1 


1,879 


6 


20.0 


98 





1 


679 





61 


8 






20.8 


369 


5 


141.0 


Baltimore City 




, 500. 8 


4,689 


8 


124.3 




5 


4,206 


I 


107 


6 


7,0 


3.0 


22.3 


1,517 





29^,0 


Bal timore 


3 


, 380 . 1 


3,068. 1 


22.4 




Q 


2 


588 


9 


109 





95,5 


22.0 


14. i 


90 


5 


221,5 


Calvert 




335. 4 


233 


1 


5.0 




u 




204 


[ 


7 









2.0 


85 


3 


17,0 


Caroline 




206.8 


146 


4 


3.5 


5 







132 


4 


5 









0.5 


55 





5.4 


Carro 1 1 




614. 1 


449 


2 


6.0 


22 







404 


7 


14 


5 






2.0 


l-'6 


5 


38.4 


Cecil 




463 8 


324 


8 


6.8 


16 


n 
u 




293 


n 
u 


6 


5 


1,0 


- 


1.5 


115.5 


23.5 


Charles 




607 . 5 


433.0 


11.0 


21 







375 





13 





11,0 




2.0 


131 





43.5 


Dorches ter 




304.0 


188.3 


3.3 


13 


1 




165 


8 


5 


6 






0.5 


102.2 


13.5 


Frederick 




917.7 


726.9 


17.4 


44 


4 




636 


1 


25 









4.0 


138 


5 


52.-' 


Garrett 




275. 1 


186 


7 


3.0 


13 


1 




169 


5 





3 


0,3 


0.5 




76 


3 


12.1 


Harford 


1 


,139.4 


912 


4 


16.5 


53 







798 


2 


28 


2 


15,0 




1.5 


176 





51. C 


Howard 




875.7 


645 


7 


15.0 


29. 







571 


4 


26 







■ 


4.3 


156 


5 


7 3..' 


Kent 




146.2 


111 


2 


3.2 


6. 







96 





4 


5 


1.5 






26 





9.C 


Montgomery 


3 


,814.8 


2,996 


9 


52.0 


167. 


5 


2 


626. 


6 


123.0 


12.0 


0.5 


15.3 


539 


9 


27o.( 1 


Prince George's 




,696.3 


3,861 


9 


53,5 


213. 





3 


420 


9 


133.5 


22.0 


1.0 


18.0 


528 


4 


306.1,1 


Queen Anne ' s 




170. 2 


134 


7 


3,5 


5. 


5 




124 





1. 


2 






0.5 


25 





10. 1 


St. Mary's 




444.0 


328 


5 


5.5 


17. 


5 




286 


7 


17 


3 




0.5 


1.0 


89 


5 


26. ' 


Somerset 




191.0 


115 





3.5 


9. 







101. 


5 










1.0 


67 





9. 


Talbot 




151.5 


123 


5 


2,0 


7. 


5 




112. 





1.5 






0.5 


20. 





8. . 


Washington 




693.5 


550. 





13,5 


33.0 




478. 





21. 







3.0 


1.5 


107 





36., 


Wicomico 




552.6 


388. 


3 


7,0 


30. 


9 




350. 


4 












137 


6 




Vorccs tcT 




287.0 


197 


6 


6,3 


8 







173 


9 


6 


5 


1.9 




1.0 


J h 


5 





staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



TABLE 

35 



I 

1 Local Unit 
H 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 




Professional 


Staff 








Aides 


Secretar ifcs 
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 


.tal State 


29 


,594. 


4 


26,099 


1 


478.4 


1 , 234. 4 


22,593 


4 


476.3 


1,174.2 


33.5 


108.9 


1,407.5 


2,067.8 


Al legany 




491. 


5 




462. 


5 


9.0 


26.0 


395 





13.0 


18.0 




1 . 5 


2 . 5 


2 ij . 5 


Anne Arundel 


2 


, 735. 


3 


2 


,374.3 


25.0 


118.0 


2,071 


6 


36.9 


100 . 


2 . 


20 . 8 


1 (vO <\ 

i Jy . J 


ZU I , J 


Baltimore City 


5 


,153. 


5 


4 


,582.6 


157.7 


200.5 


3,963 





56.5 




J . u 


7 A 1 




i ^0 . > 


Bal timore 


4 


,508. 


7 


4,053. 


1 


41. 5 


185. 5 


3,519 


8 


90.0 


179. 1 


23.0 


1^.2 


194.7 


260. *J 


Calvert 




254. 


5 




209. 


7 


5.0 


11.0 


178. 7 


4.5 


10.5 


- 


- 


22.3 


22. 5 


Caro 1 ine 




167. 


2 




151 


4 


2.5 


9.0 


126 


3 


4.0 


Q 1 




V • J 






Carro 1 1 




671. 


4 




631 


5 


16.5 


30.0 


549 





11.5 


z J • u 




I * J 


c ■ u 


'\1 Q 


Ceci L 




423. 


9 




381. 


2 


6.2 


20.0 


328.0 


9.5 


1 7 n 
1 / . u 




U.J 


1 fx n 


Ofi 7 


Charles 




619. 


5 




548. 


5 


10.5 


28.5 


473.0 


11.0 


24.0 


_ 


1.5 


34.0 


37.0 


Dorchester 




224. 


8 




188. 


5 


2.2 


11.4 


156 


5 


4.4 


12.5 


- 


1.5 


18.3 


18.0 


Frederick 




648. 


2 




553. 


8 


17.8 


25.0 


477 





9.5 


0/. <^ 








49 . 2 


Garrett 




157. 







139. 


9 


3.5 


5.4 


121 


1 


2.7 


. / 


U.J 




7 7 
/ » 1 


9 . 4 


na 1 1 u ru 


1,128. 


1 


I 


,014 


1 


20. 7 


35.0 


904 


4 


13.0 


J7 • J 




1 . 5 


35 . 5 


78. 5 


Howard 




965. 


3 




828 


3 


18.5 


48.0 


683 


5 


28.0 


46.0 


- 


4.3 


45.0 


92.0 


Kent 




110. 


6 




95 


6 


2.6 


5.0 


81 





2.5 


4.5 


- 


- 


6.0 


9.0 


, i lULl UgUlILC L y 


4 


,593. 


9 


3 


,836. 





52.0 


166.5 


3,329 


2 


74.0 


198. 5 


0. 5 


15. 3 


402.8 


355. 1 


Prince George s 


4 


,338. 


7 


3 


,896. 


1 


51.5 


197.0 


3,365 


6 


61.0 


1 QQ n 


4 


18.0 


50 . 1 


392. 5 


Queen Anne's 




157. 


8 




142. 


3 


3.5 


7.5 


122 


2 


2. 1 


6.5 




0.5 


5.0 


10.5 


St. Mary's 




410. 


2 




377 


.7 


5.5 


20.5 


323 





9.2 


18.0 


0.5 


1.0 




32.5 


Somerset 




166. 







145. 


5 


4.5 


10.0 


122 





4.0 


5.0 






13.0 


7.5 


Talbot 




188. 







178. 





3.5 


9.5 


154 





3.5 


7.0 




0.5 


3.0 


7,0 


Washington 




773. 







700. 





10.5 


34.0 


613 





14.0 


27.0 




1.5 


15.0 


5-1.0 


Wicouiico 




470. 


3 




405 


6 


5.4 


20. 1 


358 


7 


7.0 


14.4 






31.9 


32 . 5 


j Worcester 




237. 







202 


9 


2.8 


11.0 


177 


8 


4.5 


6.8 






22.5 


1:.C 



II 



V 



TABLE 




Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 





Grades Prek.-12 


Grades Prek.-6 




oraues ' - 


1 1 


Local Unit 


Total 


Central 


In 


To tal 


Central 


In 


Total 


Central 


In 




Office 


Schools 


Office 


Schools 


Office 






3,822. 1 


787, 1 


3,035.0 


1,734.3 


383.8 


1,350.5 


2 ,087 . 8 


403. 3 


1 , 684. 5 


A 1 1 pp an V 

r\ I, 1. c g ci 1 IV 


54.5 


14.0 


40.5 


28.0 


7.5 


20.5 


26. 5 


6. 5 


20.0 


Ann 6 Arundc 1 


342. 5 


17.0 


325. 5 


141.0 


8.0 


133.0 


201 . 5 


9.0 


192. 5 


Baltimore City 


592.9 


259.9 


333.0 


294.0 


128.5 


165.5 


298.9 


131.4 


167.5 


Bal timore 


482.4 


42.0 


440.4 


221.5 


14. 5 


207.0 


260.9 


27.5 


233.4 


Calvert 


39.5 


8.0 


31.5 


17.0 


4.0 


13.0 


22.5 


4.0 


18. 5 


Caroline 


17.7 


2.7 


15.0 


5.4 


1.4 


4.0 


12.3 


1.3 


11.0 


Carroll 


/ \j t -J 




OH , H 


Jo* H 


D • U 




37.9 


5.9 


32.0 


Cecil 


50. 2 


7.5 


42.7 


23.5 


3.8 


19.7 


26.7 


3.7 


23.0 


Charles 


80.5 


19.5 


61.0 


43.5 


8.5 


35.0 


37.0 


11.0 


26.0 


Dorchester 


31.5 


6.0 


25.5 


13.5 


3.0 


10.5 


18.0 


3.0 


15.0 


Frederick 


101.5 


18.0 


83.5 


52.3 


9.8 


42.5 


49.2 


8.2 


41.0 


Garrett 


21. 5 


5 . 


16 . 5 


1 9 1 


Z . u 


1 n 1 


9.4 


3.0 


6.4 


Harford 


129.5 


15.0 


114.5 


51.0 


7.5 


43.5 


78.5 


7.5 


71.0 


Howard 


165.5 


29.0 


136.5 


73.5 


13.5 


60.0 


92.0 


15.5 


76. 5 


Kent 


18.0 


6.0 


12.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


9.0 


3.0 


6.0 


Montgomery 


633. 1 


156.6 


476. 5 


278.0 


78. 3 


199. 7 


355. 1 


78. 3 


276.8 


Prince George's 


698.5 


125.0 


573.5 


306.0 


62.5 


243.5 


392.5 


62.5 


330.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


21.0 


3.0 


18.0 


10.5 


1.5 


9.0 


10.5 


1.5 


9.0 


St. Mary's 


58.5 


15.0 


43.5 


26.0 


7.5 


18.5 


32.5 


7.5 


25.0 


Somerset 


16.5 


3.5 


13.0 


9.0 


2.0 


7.0 


7.5 


1.5 


6.0 


Talbot 


15.0 


2.0 


13.0 


8.0 


1.0 


7.0 


7.0 


1.0 


6.0 


Washington 


94.5 


9.0 


85.5 


36.5 


4.5 


32.0 


58.0 


4.5 


53.5 


Wicomico 


59.5 


8.0 


51.5 


26.7 


3.7 


23.0 


32.8 


4. 3 


28.5 


Worcester 


21.5 


3.5 


18.0 


9.9 


1.8 


8.1 


11.6 


1.7 


9.9 



TABLE,, 



staff Employed in Noninstructional Function: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 




Local Unit 


Total 


Adminis tra tion 


Pupil Personnel 


Health Services 


Super- 
intendents 

and 
Assis tant 

Super- 
intendents 


Directors 
Supervisors 


. 

Other 
Personnel 


Directors 
Supervisors 


Other 


Dir ec tors 
Supervisors 


Other 


Total State 


19,822.8 


62.0 


397 . 9 


571.9 


361. 2 


13. 1 


3. 2 


296. 5 


Allegany 


376. 5 


2.0 


7.0 


12.0 


6.0 




_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


1,473.0 


3.0 


18.0 


43.0 


36.0 




- 


2.0 


Baltimore City 


3,846. 1 


7 . U 


104. 


87,4 


111 C 


J . U 




U , J 


Bal timore 


2,732.2 


in r\ 
lU . U 


63,0 


J y . u 


T A f\ 




1 n 


jU . 


Calvert 


171.3 


1 C\ 

1 • U 


H.J 


J . u 


H- ■ U 






1 n 
1. . u 


Caroline 


131.8 


2.0 


- 


- 


1.0 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


385. 9 


1.0 


8.0 


5.0 


6.0 


- 


- 


15.0 


Cecil 


253.5 


1.0 


4.0 


3.0 


4.0 






3.0 


Charles 


289.5 


3.0 


7.0 


8.0 


8.0 








Dorchester 


1 ^^Q Q 
ID 7 • 7 


2.0 


1. 5 


3.0 


2.0 


8.0 




2.0 


Frederick. 


/. 1 


2.0 


12.0 


3.5 


7,0 


- 


- 


2.0 


Garre tt 


07 • J 


2.0 


1.5 


3.0 


2,0 




- 


1.0 


Harford 


843.3 


2 . 


12.0 


6 , 7 


8,0 


0. 1 




39. 1 


Howard 


373.5 


2.0 


8. 5 


14.0 


6 , 






20.0 


Kent 


96 . 




U.J 








1.0 




Montgomery 


3,043. 1 


4.0 


95.0 


181.7 


41.0 








Prince George's 


3, 768. 5 


5.0 


28.0 


121.6 


49,0 




1.0 


132.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


97.0 


1.0 




3.0 


1.0 






1.0 


St. Mary's 


347.5 


1.0 


8.2 


2.0 


7.0 






2.0 


Somerset 


94.0 


1.0 


1.0 




4.0 






2.0 


Talbot 


66.0 


2.0 


1.0 




2,0 






0.5 


Washington 


422.5 


2.0 


9.0 


6.0 


5,0 








Wicomico 


275.7 


2.0 


3.4 


5.0 


3,6 




0.2 


20.0 


Worcester 


73.5 


1.0 


1.0 




1.0 









staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 (continued) 



Local Unit 


Food Services 


On p T a t i nn 


n r P 1 pn t 

\J L. tXdlll' 


Ma in tenanc e 


of Pi an C 


Transpor ta t ion 


Secretarial 
and 
Clerical 

J l-a I. L 


Direc tors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 


other 


Direc tors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 

Supervisors 


Other 


I U Let i- o L.a L.C 


33.0 


3,926. 3 


51.8 


8, 303. 3 


34. 9 


1,959.9 


56.3 


2,668.0 


1,083.5 


/I J. i cgtiliy 


1.0 


114.0 


1 . 


179.0 




20. 


1.0 


17.5 


16.0 


Anno ATiiTiHti I 


5.2 


279.0 


2 . 2 


706 . 


2. 3 


139 . 


7. 3 


120.0 


1 10 . 


Baltimore City 


11.0 


1,175.3 


17.0 


1,660.5 


7.0 


313.0 


4.0 


210.0 


121.0 


Baltimore 


2.0 


7.0 


14.0 


1,390.0 


2.0 


279.0 


10.0 


693. 5 


117. 1 


Ca 1 ver t 


0.1 


43.4 




73. 




22. 9 


0.6 


4.0 


14. 




0. 1 


77.0 


. 5 


35 . 5 


. 4 


4. 


1.0 


5.0 


J t -J 




1.0 


138. 2 


1 n 


143 1 


1 n 


JO . V 


2.0 




CO* Q 


Cecil 




84.0 


1.0 


92.0 


1.0 


29.0 


0.9 


11.5 


19, I 


Charles 


1.5 


15.0 


1.0 


164.0 


2.0 


35.0 


3.0 


5.0 


37.0 






75.0 


5 


52.0 


n s 


7 


1.0 


4.4 


11. 




1.0 


1.5 




i-OO . u 


■3 • u 


JU • u 


3.0 


138.0 


11 ■> 
ji . z 


Garr e 1 1 


0.1 


1.0 




->o . / 




. u 


0.9 


5.6 


7 n 


Harford 


2.0 


370.0 


3.5 


234.0 


3.5 


59.0 


3.8 


52. 1 


47.5 


Howard 






0.5 


228.0 


0.5 


50.0 


3.0 


1.5 


39.5 


Kent 


. 


37.0 








1 1 fl 


1.0 


8.0 


J ■ u 


l lUli UgUlllc L y 


1.0 


492. 2 




1 HA 'i 
L , UO J . 


1 • u 




1.0 


486.4 


Z J** . J 


Prince George's 


1.0 


709.2 


4.0 


1,441.7 


5.0 


365.0 


3.0 


768.0 


135.0 


Queen Anne ' s 




37.0 


0.5 


31.0 


0.6 


7.0 


0.9 


11.0 


3.0 


St. Mary's 


2.1 


132.5 


1. 1 


114.5 


1.1 


34.5 


2.0 


17.5 


22.0 


Somerset 


0. 1 


36.0 


0.5 


38.0 


0.5 


6.0 


0.9 




4.0 


Talbot 




5.0 




40.0 


1.0 


5.0 


1.0 


1.0 


7.5 


Washing ton 


2.0 




2.0 


219.0 


1.0 


30.0 


3.0 


95.0 


48.5 


Wicomico 


0.8 


97.0 




96.0 




18. 5 


1.0 


11. 


17.2 


Worces ter 


1.0 




0.5 


49.0 


0.5 


9.0 


1.0 


2.0 


4.5 



NOTE: 



Tables 38-77 



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 Certificated/ 
Professional Reports supplied by the counties of the State and Baltimore City. Through their efforts 
and cooperation in submitting accurate data, these statistical tables have been made possible. 

As the table titles indicate, only school-level professional personnel are included; administrators 
in the school 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. 

For the most part, the reports deal with the school year 1977-78. The data have essentially the 
same base as those staff reports which this Department published in 1971-72 and in prior years, so that 
comparisons and trend data can be used. The personnel Included in the statistics are those who were 
employed September, 1977; however, new staff may have been hired any time after October 1, 1976. 

Separations are people who terminated their employment with a local unit between October 1, 1976 
and September 30, 1977. 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 sane local unit during 
the year are not included as separations; they are deemed to be on leave. 

Transfers between local unit in tables 62 through 68 are determined by causes reported by the unit 
from which they left; transfers reflected in the new staff tables 69 throught 77 are those reported by 
local units to which the transfers went. (In other words, often people do not tell their present 
employers that they are going to another local unit, but they must tell the new units their past locations 
so their employment records will be accurate.) 



TABLE 

38 



rOfiL PROFESS I OM»L SfA^r AT SCriOTL fSlfl 

Br pRTPArtA not' 

HAPfLAND PUBLIC SCHTOLS: SfPTEMRER 1<»77 



DOCfOR 'S 
0E5RFE 



MASTER'S DEGREE 
PLUS 30 ri^URS 



HASfER'S 

OESREE 



BATri.'S nrSREE 
PLUS 30 HOURS 



RACHFL OR • S 
Dr3P'"E 



? - 3 YEARS LESS IriAN 
COLLEGE ? YEARS COLLEGE 



LOCAL UNIT 



rO r AL 



MUMBER PCr. NUMBER PCf, 



NUMBER 



per. fJU»'8E3 PCT. NDMRTR PCT. NUMBER PCT. NUMBER PCT. 



rOfAL SfAft 


«7t731 


28fl 


0.6 


6 . 701 




1 1 


. 277 


23.6 


12.453 


26 .1 


16.889 


35 .4 


75 


0. 1 


48 


0. 1 


ALIEGANY 


835 





n .0 


<4t 


5.3 




339 


40.6 


254 


30.4 


196 


23.5 


2 


0.2 


n 


0.0 


ANNE APUNDEL 


Htlbb 


1 6 


.t 


232 


5.6 


1 


. 1 77 


28.3 


1 .079 


25.9 


1 .651 


39.6 





0.0 


1 1 


0. 3 


9AL ri MORE 


fc.930 


a 5 


0.6 


1.821 


26.3 


1 


. 301 


18.8 


2.218 


32.0 


1 « 545 


22.3 





0.0 





0.0 


C A L VER f 


*» 1 8 


1 


0.2 


1 


2 .t 




9 7 


2 3.' 


78 


18.7 


231 


5 5.3 





0.0 


1 


n. 2 


CAROL INE 


288 


1 


. 3 


5 


1 .7 




' 41 


14.2 


86 


29.9 


155 


53.8 





n . n 





n, n 


CARROLL 


1 f 05«( 




0.2 


M 1 


3.9 




196 


18.6 


359 


34.1 


4 55 


43.2 


1 


0.1 


n 


. n 


CECIL 


69'» 


1 


0.1 


t 1 


5.9 




129 


18.6 


1 36 


19.6 


387 


55.8 





n.o 





n. n 


CHARLES 


965 


1 


0.1 


22 


2.3 




289 


29.9 


163 


16.9 


487 


50 .5 





0.0 


3 


0.-' 




JO f 


c 




^ 

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o ♦ ~ 




A 


£ £ ^ O 




2 7.8 




4 1 1 


1 


11 . 7 


■1 


0.8 


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1 f ?70 


2 


0.1 


121 


9.5 




260 


20.5 


353 


27.8 


5''8 


4 1,6 


2 


0.1 


4 


0. ^ 


GARRE I r 


315 





n.o 


11 


3.5 




87 


27.6 





0.0 


21 7 


68.9 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


HARFORD 


1 .PPl 


7 


0.4 


1 92 


10.2 




578 


30.7 


276 


14.7 


826 


4 3.9 


2 


0.1 





n.o 


HOWARD 


1 t 45I* 


10 


0.7 


1 22 


8. a 




519 


35.7 


241 


16.6 


556 


38.2 


1 


0,1 


5 


0.3 


KEN r 


196 


1 


.5 


9 


« .5 




33 


16.7 


45 


22.7 


1 1 


55.5 





0.0 





n.o 


M0«' fGOHERY 


6.611 


1 1 2 


1.7 


1.839 


27.9 


1 


. 446 


21.9 


1 . 876 


28.4 


1 . 3''8 


20 .1 


1 


0.0 


9 


n. 1 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


7.531 


6? 


0.8 


631 


B.t 


2 


.197 


29.2 


2.303 


30.6 


2.328 


30.9 


9 


. 1 


1 


0.0 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


?67 


1 


O.t 


1 


O.U 




65 


24.3 


1 


0.4 


1 99 


74 .5 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


sr. MARY'S 


67U 


6 


n .9 


15 


2.2 




149 


22.1 


69 


10.2 


432 


64.1 


3 


0.4 





0.0 


S0"FRSE r 




1 







0.0 




39 


16.1 


1 


0.4 


1 94 


80 .2 


1 


0.4 


6 


2.5 


r*LBo r 


293 





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10 


3.4 




72 


24 .6 


70 


23.9 


1 4 


47.8 





0.0 


1 


0. 3 


UA SHI NG rON 


1 . 


3 


0.2 


68 


5. 




388 


30.9 


301 


24.0 


486 


38.7 


8 


0.6 





. n 


UICOMICO 


778 





n.o 


21 


2.7 




1 82 


23.4 


244 


31 .4 


330 


42.4 





0.0 


1 


n. 1 


WOPCrSIER 


389 





0.0 


17 






83 


21.3 


99 


25.4 


1 87 


48.1 





0.0 


3 


0.8 


BALriMORE cirr 


fl .857 




0.1 


1 .aOB 


15.8 


1 


.527 


1 7 


2.099 


23.7 


3,770 


42.6 


44 


0.5 





n. n 



TABLE 

rOfAL PRDrFSSIONAL SFAFr AT ELFIFNTARY SCHOOL LEVFL 
Br PRrPARAflON 
MARrLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1977 







DOcrOR • 


S MASTER 


•s 


DEGREE 


MASTER 


♦S 


BACri.'S 


DEGREE 


RACHFL OR 'S 


2-3 VFARS 


LESS 


THAN 






DEGREE 


PLUS 


30 


H 9 UR S 


DEGREE 


PLUS 30 


HOURS 


ij r J 




r ri 1 1 r 

I- / L L r 




YFAPS 


COLLFGF 


LOCAL UNI r 


rO f AL 




































NunnER 


PCr. NU«BER 


PC r . 


NUMBER 


pcr . 


■ NU MB !i R 


PC T . 


N U n D r K 


PC T • 


U no E K 


P C T . 


NUMRFR 


PCT. 


rOTAl SfAfE 


2^130 


83 


C* 2. 


339 


11.0 


4 f 9 1 7 


2 3.1 


6t046 


28.3 


7 1 91 5 


3 7.1 


3 1 


0.1 




Q 


0.0 


ALLEGANY 


in 3 





0.0 


1 2 


3.5 


1 O Q 

I CO 


5 / . 1 


1 23 


35.9 


8 




J 


0.0 







0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


1 1 8 1 




0.3 


59 


3.3 


501* 


27. ? 


4 7 2 


26 1 


770 


4 2.5 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


DAL 1 IffnKL 


2 t 7 7 


/ U 


0.7 


62 


? • P 


609 


20.5 


1 t 2 6 


3 4.5 


70? 


23.6 





0.0 




n 


n. 


CALVERT 


I 99 





0.0 


2 


1 . T 


3? 


16.1 


44 


22.1 


1?1 


60 .8 





0.0 







0.0 


CAROLINE 


107 


1 


0.9 


1 


0.9 


1 2 


11.? 


35 


32.7 


5 8 


54.2 





0.0 







n . 


CAPROLL 


t?3 





u « u 


Q 
O 


1.9 


6 




152 


35.9 


203 


4 8.0 


n 


0.0 






0,0 


CECIL 


322 


I 




1 I 


3. a 


<»9 


15.2 


61 


18.9 


2 


6 2.1 




0.0 




f\ 

K 1 


n.o 


CHARLES 


4 12 





0*0 


7 


1.7 


104 


25.2 


85 


20.6 


216 


52 .4 





0.0 







0,0 


DORCHES fER 


\H\ 


1 


• 7 


7 


5.0 


3 1 


22 .0 


43 


30.5 


59 


41.8 





0.0 




n 


n.o 


FREDERICK 







0.0 


50 


7.9 


111 




187 


29.7 


O 7 O 


/I /I T 


1 






n 


IJ . >i 


GARRE r r 


las 





n n 
u . u 


(1 

H 


2.7 


37 


2 5.5 





0.0 


1 04 


71.7 





0,0 




f) 


0.0 


HARFORD 


fl79 


1 


U . 1 






273 


31.1 


144 


16.4 


3 87 


44.0 


2 


0.2 






0.0 


MOW ARO 


62 3 


Q 


,0 


<* 6 


7 U 


208 


33.4 


100 


16.1 


268 


43.0 


1 


0.2 




n 


0.0 


KEMf 


70 





U . U 




4.3 


1 


14.3 


18 


25.7 


39 


55.7 





0.0 






0.0 


no*' fGOMER 1 


2»890 


31 


1 .1 


626 


21.7 


6 7 2 


2 3.3 


927 


32 .1 


A O A 


9 1 7 
C I m 1 


1 


u . u 




7 


. ? 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


3 » 6 20 


1 6 


0.1 


?i»6 


6.8 


991 


2 7.4 


1 t 207 


33.3 


1 f 1 5'3 


31.9 




0.2 




1 


0.0 


QUFE N ANNE • S 


R9 




1.1 


1 


1.1 


1 1 


12.3 





0.0 


76 


85.4 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


sr. "AR r 's 


31 


2 


0.6 


5 


1.6 


67 


21 .6 


2 8 


9.0 


206 


66.5 


2 


0.6 







0.0 


SO^F RSE f 


95 


1 


1.1 





0.0 


1 H 


14.7 





.0 


80 


84 .2 





0.0 







0.0 


f ALBO r 


102 





.0 


3 


2.9 


21 


20.6 


29 


28.4 


49 


48.0 





0.0 







n.o 


WASHING TON 


539 


1 


0.2 


19 


3.5 


156 


28.9 


118 


21.9 


237 


44 .0 


8 


1.5 







0.0 


UICOHICO 


35 2 





.0 


9 


2.5 


79 


22 .4 


133 


37.8 


131 


37.2 





0.0 







n.o 


UOPCES fER 


126 





.0 


1 


0.8 


23 


1 8 .0 


40 


31 .3 


6'< 


49.2 





0.0 




1 


O.fl 


?AL ri MORE CT f Y* 


nt\7n 


? 


0.0 


527 


12.8 


713 


17.3 


lt074 


26.0 


1 ,798 


43 .6 


10 


0.2 




n 


0.0 



TABLE 

40 



rOFAL PROFESSIONAL SfArp tj SEfONOARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
Bf PRfPARAflON 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCrtOOLS: SEPTEMBER 1977 



nncroR'S master's degree 

DEGREE PLUS ''0 HOURS 



LOCAL UNI r 



TO r »L 



MAS r ER 'S 

DEGREE 



BACri.'S DEGREE 
PLUS 30 HOURS 



RACHELOR'S 2 - J YEAf<S LESS THA<i 
OrSREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 



NUMBER PCT. NUMBER PCf. NUMBER 



PCI. NUMBER PCT. NUMBER PCT, 



NUMBER PCI. NUMBER PCT. 



ff\ r Ai c r A rr 

1 U 1 3 1 A 1 L 


9 1 

£ 1 


. ti 1 1 

9 ** I X 


1 ft 






> 09 1 




«\ . n 7 1 


51 7 


c 

-> 


» 7 7 


c ^ . i 




« 7 7 A 


J i . O 


11 


n 

yJ • c 


T p 








"5 


Q 


0.0 




2 8 


7.2 


1 ^ ^ 


12.1 




110 


28,2 




B 6 


2 2.1 


2 


0.5 


f) 


0.0 




t 


% f f C 


/ 


U • H 




1 4 O 


o . ^' 










P 7 A 




6 07 


7 IJ 


J 


U • w 


J 1 


11 • o 


B AL n MORE 




.510 


23 


0.7 


1 


.103 


31 .<» 


603 


17.1 


1 


.078 


30.7 




706 


20 .1 





0.0 





0.0 


CALVFR f 




123 


1 


0.8 




6 


1.9 


36 


29.3 




21 


1 7.1 




5R 


17.1 





0.0 


1 


0. P 


C* POL I Nt 




148 





0.0 




3 


2.0 


? 1 


16.2 




1 2 


28.1 




7 9 


53 .1 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


4* ^ IT HU l_ L 




3c 1 


1 


U . 5 




^ J 


1 • d 


7 c 


\ 11 

J . M 






9 11 




117 

III 


3 O . H 


1 


U . 5 







LE.CI L 




25 8 





n . 




1 9 


7.1 


5 3 


20.5 




1 7 


18.2 




13 9 


5 3.9 





0.0 


n 




CHARLE S 




?<»8 


1 


0.3 




7 


2, 3 


105 


35.2 




15 


15.1 




n7 


16.0 





0.0 


3 


1.0 


DOPCHES TER 




115 


1 


0.9 




12 


10.1 


23 


20.0 




33 


28.7 




19 


36.5 


1 


0.9 


3 


2.6 


F R'' DE RI C K 




512 


2 


0.1 




59 


11.5 


t I 8 


2 3.0 




1 35 


26 .1 




193 


37.7 


1 


0.2 


4 


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G A PRE r I 




X 'J T 


Q 


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T 7 


3 5 


TP 1 

^ £ . 1 






0.0 




70 


61.2 


Q 


0.0 


Q 


0.0 


u A DC n on 




6&1 


6 


0.9 




90 


13.6 


20 7 


3 1 . T 




9 7 


11.7 




2 61 


3 9.5 




n n 
U . IJ 


1 1 




HOWARD 




H59 


7 


1.5 




51 


11.1 


177 


38.6 




72 


15.7 




117 


32 .0 





0.0 


5 


1 . 1 


KEN r 




60 





.0 




5 


8.3 


1 3 


21.7 




1 1 


18.3 




31 


51.7 





o.n 





0.0 


MON fGOMERY 


3 


,(104 


7fi 


2 .2 


1 


»1 5U 


3^.0 


711 


20 .1 




901 


25.8 




615 


18.5 





0.0 


2 


n.i 


PRINCE GEOi^RE'S 


3 


.796 


«»6 


1.2 




376 


9,9 


1.171 


30.9 


1 


1 071 


28.2 


1 


.126 


29.7 


3 


0.1 





o.o 


OUEEN ANNE'S 




85 





0.0 







0.0 


28 


32.9 




1 


1.2 




56 


65 .9 


n 


0.0 





0,0 


sr. MARY'S 




181 


a 


2.2 




8 


1.1 


13 


23.7 




11 


7.7 




1 1 1 


61.3 


1 


0.5 





0.0 


SO"ERSF f 




108 





0.0 







0.0 


1 9 


17.6 




1 


0.9 




82 


75.9 


1 


0.9 


5 


1.6 


TALBOf 




111 





.0 




5 


1.5 


31 


30 .6 




23 


20.7 




18 


13.2 





0.0 


1 


0.9 


UASHING rOM 




366 


2 


0.5 




32 


8.7 


128 


35.0 




95 


25-9 




109 


29. « 





0.0 





0,0 


WICO'ICO 




303 





.0 




12 


3.1 


96 


21.9 




101 


26.^ 




178 


15.3 





0.0 


1 


0. ■» 


UOPCE ^TEH 




1 35 





0.0 




9 


6.7 


27 


20.0 




21 


15.5 




76 


56.3 


n 


0.0 


■> 


1 


SAL riHORE cl ft 


4 


>006 


10 


.2 




7ft9 


19.2 


6^.7 


1 6 .7 




855 


21 .3 


\ 


.672 


1 1 .7 


33 


o.ft 





^. 



TABLE 

fOfAL PR OFESS I ON»L SfAPP Af MIDDLE AND CJMnTNED SCHOOL LEWEL 
Br PREPARSriDN 
HARrLAND PURLIC SCHTTL";: SfPTEt^'^ER 1977 







00 croR » 


S MASrER 


•s 


DEGREE 


MAS fER'S 


RACri.'S 


nrsREE 


PACHEL OR • S 


2-3 YEARS 


LESS THAN 






DE3REE 


PLUS 


30 


HDURS 


0E3 


REE 


PLUS 30 


HOURS 




"EE 


C TLLE 


3E 2 


YEARS COLLEGE 


LOCAL uwi r 


ro r*L 


































NUMBER 


PCr. NUMBER 


Per. 


NUMBER 


Per . 


NU ''BFf? 


PC T . 


NUMflER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PC r. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


rnrAL sfAfE 


l»t99D 


1 ^ 


0.3 


1 


8.8 


1 f 289 


25.8 


1 f 034 


20 .7 


20 8 


44 .'J 


1 


0. n 


1 


n. n 


ALLEGANr 


102 





.0 


4 


3.9 


47 


46.1 


21 


20.6 


30 


29.4 





0.0 


n 


n.o 


ANNE ARUNOEL 




4 


0.7 


27 


9 . 6 


164 


28.1 


115 


19.7 


274 


46.9 





n.o 


n 


n.n 


B AL r IMORE 


443 


2 


n .5 


98 


22.1 


92 


20 .8 


1 1 4 


25.7 


137 


30.9 





n.o 


n 


0.0 


CAL VE R r 


96 





o.u 


2 


2.1 


29 


30.2 


1 3 


13.5 


S? 


54.2 





n . 


n 




C A POL I HE 


33 





.0 


1 


3.0 


5 


15.1 


9 


27.3 


1 P 


51.5 





n.o 


n 


n. n 


CARROLL 


310 


1 


0.3 


10 


3.2 


61 


19.7 


103 


33.2 


1 3S 


43.5 


1 


0.0 





0. n 


CECIL 


114 





0.0 


1 1 


9.6 


27 


23.7 


28 


24 .6 


48 


42 .1 





0.0 


n 


n.o 


CHA RLE S 


255 





n.o 


8 


3.1 


80 


31 ,4 


33 


12.9 


134 


52 . 





0.0 


n 


f^. n 


D 0" C HE S ft R 


111 





0.0 


6 


5.4 


29 


26.1 


26 


23.4 




4 5.0 





0.0 


n 


. n 


FREDERICK 


128 





n .0 


1 2 


9.4 


?9 


22 .7 


31 


24.2 


56 


43.7 





n.o 





n.o 


GARRE rf 


61 





0.0 


3 


4.9 


1 5 


24.6 





0.0 


43 


70 .5 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


HARFORD 


341 





0.0 


30 


8.8 


98 


28.7 


35 


10.3 


178 


52.2 





0.0 


n 


n.n 


HOUa RO 


372 


3 


o.« 


25 


6.7 


134 


36.0 


69 


18.5 


141 


37.9 





0.0 





n.o 


KEN f 


68 


1 


1 .5 


1 


1 .5 


1 


14.7 


1 6 


23. F 


4 


58.8 





n.o 


n 


n.o 


HON ffjOME Rf 


277 


3 


1.3 


59 


26.0 


60 


2 6.4 


4 8 


21.1 


'i7 


25.1 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


Its 





0.0 


9 


7.8 


32 


27.8 


25 


21.7 


49 


42.6 





0.0 





n.n 


QUEEN ANNE 'S 


"3 





.0 





0.0 


26 


27.9 





0.0 


67 


72.0 





0.0 


n 


n.o 


sr. MARr'S 


183 





0.0 


2 


1.1 


39 


21.3 


27 


14.7 


115 


62 .8 





0.0 





n.n 


SOMERSE f 


39 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


6 


15.4 





0.0 


32 


82 .1 





0.0 


1 


2.6 


fALPO r 


80 





.0 


2 


2.5 


17 


21 .3 


1 8 


22.5 


4 3 


53.7 


3 


n.o 


n 


n.n 


gASHING roN 


349 





0.0 


17 


4.9 


104 


29.8 


88 


25.2 


100 


40 .1 





0.0 





o.n 


uicoMiro 


33 





n .0 





0.0 




15.1 


7 


21 .2 


21 


63.6 





n.o 





n.o 


U09CE SfF R 


1 ?6 





0.0 


7 


5.5 


33 


26.2 


38 


30.1 


na 


38.1 





0.0 





0.0 


BAL riMORE Cl fr 


727 


7 


0.3 


107 


14.7 


147 


20.2 


1 70 


23.4 


30n 


41.3 


1 


0.1 


r> 


0.0 



TABLE 

nr4L NEW PROCESS nVAL STAPF AT SCHTIL LFi/EL 
B i PREP4RA ri ON 
MARrLANO PUBLIC SCHT1L5: SEPTCRER 1<»77 







nocfoR • 


S MASffR 


•S 


DEGREE 


MASTER'S 


BATH 


.'S 


DEGREE 


RACHFLOR'S 


2-3 YEARS 


LESS THAN 






DEGREE 


PL US 


30 


HOURS 


DEG 


REE 


PLU S 


30 


HOURS 


nF3 


REE 


COLLF 


GE 2 


fFARS COLLEGE 


LOCAL UNI r 


ro r AL 




































MUlflER 


PCr. NU'^RFR 


pcr . 


NUMBER 


Per . 


m MBF 3 


PC T. 


NUMflF R 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PC T. 


NUMB F R 


?C T . 


rOfAL ^fAfE 


2t 978 




0.2 


sa 


2.8 


M 7 


20.7 




1 ?7 


4 .3 


t n 8 


70 . 


16 


0.5 


20 


0. 7 


ALLEGANr 


•50 





0.0 





0.0 


9 


18.0 




1 


2.0 


■^8 


76.0 


? 


4.0 




'1 • ') 


ANNE APUNOEL 


329 





.0 


4 


1 .2 


5 9 


17,9 




14 


4.3 


2 4 4 


7 4.2 





0.0 


8 


2.4 




li n 


1 
1 


0.2 


35 


7 ft 


69 


15.3 




69 


1 J « 3 


276 


61 .3 





0.0 





0.0 


CALvf ar 







0.0 


1 


1.6 


24 


38.1 







0.0 


38 


60 .3 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


CAROLINE 


29 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


24 .\ 







.0 


22 


75.9 


D 


0.0 





0.0 


CARROLL 


1 ?8 


1 


0.8 





0.0 


23 


18.0 




5 


3.9 


99 


77 .3 


n 


0.0 


f) 


0,0 


crri L 


ei 





,0 


2 


2.5 


1 






2 


2.5 


6 7 


8 2.7 




0.0 





n.o 


CHARLE S 


155 





0.0 





0.0 


34 


21.9 




3 


1.9 


117 


75.5 





0.0 


1 


0,6 


DQRCHrs rER 







U • I) 


U 


0.0 


10 


29.4 




« 

1 


2.9 


■>■? 


64.7 





0.0 


1 


2.9 


FREDERICK 


117 


1 


0.7 


4 


2.7 


24 


16.3 




7 


4.8 


106 


72.1 


1 


0.7 


4 


2.7 


GA PRE r r 


39 





.0 





n .0 


5 


1 2 .8 







.0 


34 


87.2 





0.0 







HA RF ORO 


1 ^3 


I 


0.5 


2 


1 . 1 


3 


18.0 




4 


2.2 


1*3 


7 8.1 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


HOU ARD 


170 


1 


.6 


8 


4.7 


48 


28.2 




9 


5.3 


1 04 


61.2 





0.0 





0,0 


KENT 


27 


n 


0.0 


1 


3.7 





o.n 




1 


3 .7 


25 


92 .6 





0.0 





0,0 


HON fGOMERr 


301 





.0 


30 


10.0 


98 


32 .5 




24 


8 .0 


147 


48.8 


D 


0.0 


2 


0.7 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


H72 


? 


0.5 





0.0 


1 34 


31 .7 




6 


1 .4 


279 


66.1 





0.0 


1 


0, 2 


QUFEN ANNE'S 


34 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


2 


5.9 







0.0 




9U .1 


n 


0.0 





0,0 


sr. H aR f 'S 


86 


1 


1 .2 


1 


1 .2 


1 7 


19.6 







0.0 


67 


77.9 





0.0 





0,0 


soie: RSE r 


22 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


9.1 







0.0 


1 fl 


81 .8 





0.0 


2 


9. 1 


fALRO r 


29 





.n 





0.0 


2 


6.9 







0.0 


76 


89.7 


a 


0.0 


1 


3,4 


WASHING rON 


1?3 


1 


O.n 





0.0 


26 


21.1 




3 


2.4 


86 


69.9 


7 


5 .7 





0.0 


UICCICO 


72 





.0 





0.0 


10 


13.9 




u 


5.5 


5ft 


80.5 





0.0 





0.0 


WOPCE SfE R 


25 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


20-0 







0.0 


20 


80 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


BALflMORE Cirf 


321 


1 


0.3 


12 


3.7 


70 


21 .8 




1 3 


4 .0 


219 


68.2 


6 


1 .9 





O.f) 


LEA IRANSFEOS 


312 


4 


1 .2 


16 


4.7 


104 


30.4 




39 


11.4 


179 


52 .3 





0.0 





0.0 



NOrE: TRANSFERS BETUEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED In INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT rOTALSt BUT EXfLUOFD FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

rOTAL NEU P.^OPESS lONAL SfAFT AT FLEf'ENTARY SCHD3L LEVEL 
Bf PRfPARariON 
MARfLANO PUBLIC SCHOOL'5: SEPTEMBER 1977 







nocroR • 


S MASTER 


•S OE 


5REE 


MASTER'S 


BACri. 


•s 


nFGREE 


BACHELOR'S 


2-3 YEARS 


LESS 


THAN 






DE5REE 


PLUS 


30 HOURS 


0E3 


REE 


PLUS 


30 


HOURS 


OF'-, 


PFE 


COLLE 


3E 2 


YEARS 


C 0LLE3F 


LOCAL UNI r 


ro f AL 






































NU1«FP 


PCr. NUMBER 


pcr. 


NUMBER 


pcr . 


NU '•BFR 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PC T. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


rt>r»L srAfE 


It 191 


1 


0.1 


19 


1.6 


257 


21 .'i 




59 


4 .9 


847 


71 .1 


7 


0.6 




1 


0. 1 


*ULEG ANr 


?? 





0.0 





0.0 


U 


18.2 




1 


4.5 


1 7 


77 .3 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


ANME ARUNDEL 


129 





,0 





0.0 


30 


23.3 






4 .7 


93 


72.1 


3 


0.0 







n.o 


B*L riMORE 


172 


1 


0.6 


9 


K O 
J • ^ 


33 


19.2 




3 2 


18.6 


97 


56.4 





0.0 




D 


'J « 1 J 


CALVER r 


28 





.0 





u » u 




21.4 







.0 


2 2 


7 8.6 


g 


O.n 




n 


O.n 


CAPOLINE 


(, 





0.0 





u • u 


£ 


J 5 • J 







0.0 




66.7 




0.0 







U • 1 1 


CARROLL 


1^0 





,0 





0.0 


5 


1 2.5 




1 


2.5 


34 


85.0 





n.o 







n.o 


CECIL 


40 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


2.5 






2.5 


38 


95 .0 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


CHARLES 


67 





0.0 





n n 
u » u 


10 


14 .<» 




1 


1 .5 


56 


83.6 





0.0 




n 


n.o 


OORCHESf ER 


9 





0.0 







2 


2 2.2 







0.0 


7 


77.8 


n 










0.0 


FREDERICK 


82 





.0 


3 


3.7 


1 1 


13.4 




3 


3.7 


65 


79.3 





0.0 




n 


n.o 


GARRE rr 


17 




0.0 





0.0 


2 


11.8 







0.0 


1 5 


88.2 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


HARFORD 


75 





0.0 


1 


1 .3 


20 


26.7 




2 


2.7 


52 


69.3 


3 


0.0 







0.0 


HOU ARO 


68 





.0 


1 


I ^5 


9 


1 3 .? 




1 


1.5 


57 


83.8 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


KENT 


10 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 




1 


10.0 


9 


90 .0 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


HON rcOHERr 


125 





.0 


11 


8,8 


44 


35 .2 




9 


7.2 


61 


48.8 


3 


0.0 




n 


n.o 


PRINCE GEO!»r,E«S 


1 57 





0.0 





0.0 


55 


35.0 




4 


2.5 


97 


61 .8 





0.0 




1 


0.6 


OUFEN ANNE 'S 


1 1 





.0 





0.0 


1 


9.1 







.0 


10 


90.9 


3 


o.n 




n 


n.o 


sr. MARK'S 


«6 





0.0 





0.0 


8 


17.4 







0.0 


38 


82 .6 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


SO«ERSE r 


6 





.0 





0.0 


1 


16.7 




n 


.0 


5 


83.3 


3 


n.o 




n 


n.o 


fALBO r 


8 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 







o.n 


8 


100.0 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


WASHING rON 


61 





.0 





0.0 


13 


21.3 




3 


4.9 


38 


62.3 


7 


11.5 







0.0 


uiroHico 


25 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


16.0 




1 


4.0 


20 


80 .0 


n 


0.0 




n 


0.0 


yORCES f ER 


5 


n 


.0 





0.0 


1 


20 .0 




n 


.0 


4 


80.0 


3 


n.o 







n.o 


SAL ri MORE CI ff 


88 





0.0 





0.0 


25 


28.4 




4 


4 .5 


59 


67 .0 





0.0 






0.0 


LEA IRANSFERS 


106 





.0 


6 


5 .7 


30 


28.3 




1 1 


10.4 


59 


55.7 





0.0 










note: TRANSFERS BETUEEN UNITS ARE iNaUDEO IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL uNir fOTALS, BUT EXCLUOFD PROM STATE TOTftL. 



TABLE 

44 



rOfAL NEU OR DTESS I INAL S f i «T srcONDAPY SCriODL LEVEL 

r•tRrLft^D public schtols: septekpfk 1077 



nncr'^P'S lASfER'S DEG'^FT "^ASrE^'S RACH.'S DEGREE "ACHflDR'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

nFGREE PLUS '0 HDURS 0E3REE PLUS 3" HOURS n^SPfE C0LL'"3E ? YEARS CDLLE5E 

LOCAL u'JF r ro r «L 

VU^flF" °cr. •JU"'»F!? °cr, NU^oep Pcr. '^."BFR pCT. ^Mmrtp PCT. NUMt'ER PCT. NU*"flER PCT. 



r n r a 1 f r ■ 

niNL SIAfE 


1 t 3 1 




0,3 


5 2 


t . 


P5 9 


17.9 




3.7 


91 


69.9 


9 


0.7 


1 9 


1.5 


AL! FGs^Y 


2 u 





FI , " 





0.0 


3 


1 5 ."^ 





U .0 


1 5 


7 *^ . 


2 


10.0 





n.o 


Afj'iE APUNDFf 


130 





1 ,n 




2,3 


20 


15.1 




0.6 


9 7 


71.5 


Q 


0.0 




6,1 


^AL riinsE 




n 


0.0 


22 


13.5 


23 


11.0 


27 


12. P 


1 "^7 


65 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


CAL VFH f 


24 





n .0 


1 


1,2 


12 


50.0 





.0 


t 1 


OS. 8 





n.o 


n 


n.o 


C 4 ROL I NF 


19 





0.0 





0,5 


a 


21.1 





.0 


1 


78.9 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


( ^ K U L 1- 


5 7 




0.0 





0,0 


R 


21.6 


1 


2.7 


2 " 


7 5.7 





0.0 




Urn V 


CF r 1 L 


'9 


r\ 


0.0 


1 


3 , <» 


7 


2 U . 1 


1 


3.1 


21 


6 P .0 





0.0 





0.0 


CHf "LFS 


19 


n 


.n 





0,0 


1 1 


22.1 


2 


0.1 


35 


71 .0 





0.0 


1 


2.0 


Omr HF S TE ^ 


7 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


1 


11.3 





0,0 




71 .0 





0.0 


1 


1«.3 


FPt^DFR I CK 


53 


1 


1 .9 


1 


1 ,9 


12 


22.6 


3 


5.7 


31 


58.5 


1 


I .9 


4 


7.5 


G* ''P" r T 


' 




0.0 





0,0 


1 


n.o 





0.0 





90 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


p i T P n 


A2 


1 


1 .6 


1 


1 ,6 


9 


1 " .5 





.0 


5 1 


82.3 





0,0 


n 


0.0 


(")•- J p') 


70 


1 


1 .0 


6 


<?.6 


P7 


3R.6 


5 


7.1 


11 


0« .1 





0.0 





0.0 




fi 


n 


O.T 


1 


17,5 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


87 .S 





0.0 





0.0 


" ' re,'! "Fp r 


I'.? 


n 


n .0 


1 u 


9,2 


uu 


2B .o 


11 


9.2 


78 


51.3 


3 


0.0 


2 


!. 3 


pf'.'CF (>FOPnF*S 




? 


0.8 





0,0 


76 


30, •« 


2 


O.P 


171 


68.1 


3 


0.0 





n.o 


our F »l « WNE t 


1 5 





0.0 





0,0 


1 


6.7 





0.0 


1 


93 .3 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


S f . " »P Y 'S 


22 




« .5 


1 


1.5 


5 


22.7 





.0 


15 


68.2 


3 


0.0 


n 


n.o 


so«*FPsr r 


1 2 





n .0 





0,0 





0.0 





0.0 


in 


83.3 





0.0 


2 


16.7 


fAi no f 


9 


n 


n.o 





0.0 


2 


22.2 





0.0 


6 


66.7 





0.0 


1 


11.1 


U A '■ H T fj r r M 


?e 


1 


3.6 





0.0 


7 


25.'^ 





.0 


70 


71 .0 


3 


0.0 


n 


0.0 


U I •• I r p 


a 





n .0 





0.0 


6 


13.6 


3 


6.P 


■^5 


79.5 


3 


0.0 





n.o 




9 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


22.7 





0.0 


7 


77 .« 





0.0 





0.0 


p/>l frMrp[ rirr 




n 




1 1 


5.6 


31 


15.8 


9 


.6 


1 'P 


70.9 


6 


3.1 





n.o 


LF' r'?Ai\js'^' "s 


1 «>i» 


1 


1 


10 


6.1 


5 3 


32.3 


25 


15.2 


7-' 


00.5 





0.0 





0.0 



NOfr: r^A«lSF^p^ i>f tucfn urjirs art incluofp in ^^•nIVIDUAL L3Cal unit roiAL'^t rut excluofp prou state total. 



TABLE 

ror&L NEW "9 OFES"; nN»L srA="p sr "iddle co""iT'ifn school level 

Br PREPAR«riON 
1Al?rLAN0 PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTE"RER l"?? 







norroR • 


S MiSfEP' 


S DE 


GREE 


MAS TER'S 


BACH 


.•5 


DEGREE 


"ACHEL OR'S 


2-3 YEARS 


LESS 


THA N 






OESREE 


PLUS 30 HOURS 


DE J 


REE 


PLUS 


30 


HOURS 


D«^GPEE 


C OLLE 


3E 2 


YEARS 


COLLEGE 


t oc«L uwT r 


ro fAL 






































NU'-PEP 


PCr. KUMRER 


pcr. 


NUXPEP 


PC r. 


NUf'BER 


PCT . 


NU"REP 


PCT. 


NUXPER 


PCT . 


WUMBFR 


PCT. 


f n r 4L f « rr 




1 


0.2 


1 3 


2 


101 


20 .8 




20 


4.1 


351 


72.2 





0.0 







0.0 


ALLEG »"r 


fl 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


25.0 







0.0 


6 


75 .0 





0.0 







0.0 


*N»;E APUNDEL 


70 


n 


0.0 


1 


1 ,0 


9 


12.9 




2 


2.9 


58 


82.9 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


ri lO'E 


^9 





0.0 


1* 


5.8 


1 3 


1 8 . « 




10 


14.5 


43 


60 . 9 





0.0 







0,0 


C *L VER r 


1 1 





.0 





0.0 


ft 


54 .5 




n 


0,0 


5 


4^.5 





0.0 







0.0 


CAROLINE 


4 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


25.0 







0.0 




75 .0 





0.0 







0.0 


C*"^ROLL 


•51 


1 


2 .n 





0.0 


10 


19.6 




• 3 


5.9 


37 


72.5 





0.0 







0.0 


CE'-IL 


1 ? 


n 


0.0 


1 


9.3 




16.7 







0.0 


9 


75.0 





0.0 







0.0 


C M» 'L^T S 


■'7 





0.0 





0.0 


I 3 


33.3 







0.0 


7 6 


66.7 





0.0 







0.0 




1 f. 





n.o 





0.0 


7 


3 8.9 




1 


5.5 


1 


5 5.5 





0.0 







o n 
w . u 


FP' ni" pr : K 


1 7 


1 


0.0 





0.0 


1 


8.3 




1 


8.3 


1 


8 3.3 




0.0 




n 




G*ppE r r 


1 ? 





.0 





0.0 


2 


16.7 







0.0 


1 n 


83.3 





0,0 




n 


0.0 


HATOPn 


Oft 


n 





Q 


0.0 


u 


8.7 




2 


4.3 


41 


86.9 


n 


0,0 






0.0 


HOU'apd 


7? 





0,0 


1 


■1 t 

J m I 


12 


37.'? 




t 


9.4 




50.0 





0.0 






o o 


KE'T 


9 





0.0 





J.J 




'J . '} 







0.0 




inn ^ 


u 


' J « u 









MOM rr, n^ER r 


?4 





,0 






1 


4 1.7 




1 


.? 









n.o 




n 


0.0 


PPTNCE r,E0R1E'S 


1 « 


1 


0.0 





0.0 


3 


21.4 







0.0 


11 


78.5 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


OUE^'N ANNE'S 


R 


n 


0.0 





0.0 





0.0 







0.0 


8 


100.0 





0.0 







0.0 


sr. "tRf'S 


1 8 





.0 





0.0 


4 


22 .2 







0.0 


1 4 


77.8 





0.0 







n.o 


SO'E "SE r 


4 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


?5.0 







,n 


3 


75.0 





0.0 







0.0 


fALPo r 


1 ? 




0.0 





0.0 





0.0 







.0 


12 


100. 





0.0 







0.0 


UASWING rOfI 


^t^ 





n.o 





0.0 


ft 


17.6 







0,0 


•? P 


82.3 





0.0 







n.o 






n 


0,0 





0.0 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


3 


100.0 





0.0 




n 


0.0 


uoprrs trp 


1 1 





0,0 





0.0 


2 


1 8.2 







0.0 


9 


8 1 .8 





n.o 







".n 




37 


1 


7.7 


1 


2.7 


1 4 


37. « 







0.0 


■>\ 


56.7 


n 


0.0 




n 


0.0 


L E « n « •! sr F T s 


7? 


1 


1 .9 





0.0 


21 


29.2 






4.2 


47 


65.3 





0.0 







0.0 


NO ff : fk »N^F rP«, 


"Ff urrN 


\IK Its ARF iNcmnED 


I N 


INOIVinUAL LOCAL UNir riTAL"^ 


. PUT 


E *rL UOED 


F ROM 


STATE TOTAL. 









TABLE 

46 

1 

t oc*L u^'i r ro r «L 



rftr»i cf*rc" 
[niflL SlAl 


1 7 f 7 31 


7 t ? ? B 


• 7 


L L t JO ' 


R ■> 


? fl 


5.5 




f 1 66 


71 9 




■'4 1 r T -"o^E 


6 t ^0 


3ai 


<» . 


c J L vf r 


«ll P 


29 


6.9 




2P P 


1 5 


5.2 


C * '"'flL L 


1 • 5 M 


68 


6 . S 




60« 


<I8 


6.9 


C H« 7Lr S 


T.5 


RIt 


8.7 


PO '■'cwr S fE R 


3f 7 


1 8 


t .9 


r" n'~ nf ni ^i/ 

y H- In K I [; K 


1 ♦ ? 70 


7 7 


6.1 


f) « "Pr r r 


3 1 S 


? 7 


8.6 




1 f B'^l 


115 


6.1 


HnU'APD 




«; 9 


"4.1 


KF" r 




1 7 


8.6 




6. «. 1 1 


1 SI4 


2 . 3 




7,'531 


307 


H . I 


OIIFfW ANNF*'. 


267 


22 


8.2 


sr. 'M f ♦ s 


6 7'» 


3n 


■5.6 


•.o^r "sr f 


?1 ? 


1 R 


7.'» 


r/iLiin r 


'>i3 




8 ••■> 




t . ? ' t 


'I 


3.6 




77B 




5.7 




I"? 


1 5 


3.9 


pti, iTTPt rirr 


P . P ■■ 7 


111 5 


"4.7 



nr«L PBT^ESS I DN&L <;tafp at school l^vpl 

rEARS OP EXPERIF»'CF 
»iAprLA»JO PUBLIC SCHOOL";: SEPTE"PER 1977 



2 3 - « 5-9 tO-19 20 AND OV^R 

NU1'?ER PFRCFNT NU1BER PERCENT NUMBER oFPc^^|T NU19ER PERCENT NUMPfP PERCENT 



1 u fl 


0.9 


c _ 1 n ri 


in 1 
1 U • A 


I U t 5 


1 .1 


15.477 


''2 .4 


7 »7 24 


16.2 




5 • O 


O J 


7 


5 5 <; 

c t ~ 


7 A O 


ion 


5 7." 


I H V 


^ o A. 

£ £ m b 


196 


4.7 


493 


1 1 .8 


1.453 


^4.9 


1.317 


31 .6 


488 


11.7 


23"' 


3.0 


540 


7.8 


2.065 


79.8 


2 .507 


36.2 


1»244 


17.9 




8 .« 


58 


13.9 


130 


32 .1 


119 


28.5 


« ' 


10.3 


3 1 


10.8 


"=3 


1 a .4 


70 


25,7 


72 


25 


4 3 


14.9 


7 1 


6.9 


1 3 1 


12.4 


3 5 7 


. 9 


310 


2 9.4 


115 


10.9 


38 


5.5 


1 04 


1 5 .n 


238 


34 .3 


195 


28.1 


71 


10.2 


63 


6.5 


129 


13.4 


718 


32.9 


259 


26.8 


112 


11.6 


20 


5.1 


50 


13.6 


115 


31.3 


105 


28.6 


5 9 


16. I 


6 3 


5.0 


I n f 


1 4 . r 


fl 7 c 
4 »5 


3 7.4 


52 V 


25.9 


1 39 


10.9 


2 1 


6.7 


4 1 


13.0 


90 


2 «« , 6 


86 


27.3 


5 


15.9 


105 


5.6 


249 


1 3.2 


649 


■'4.5 


543 


28.9 


220 


11.7 


90 


6.2 


233 


1 6 .0 




38.1 


376 


25.9 


14 2 


9.P 


9 


4.5 


27 


1 3 .6 


74 


37.4 


45 


22.7 


26 


13.1 


199 


2.9 


476 


7.2 


2.029 


•'0.7 


2.334 


35.3 


1.424 


21.5 


268 


3. 5 


714 


9.5 


2.330 


■'0.9 


2 .91 7 


38.7 


995 


13.2 


16 


6.0 


43 


16. 1 


77 


28. « 


86 


32.2 


23 


8.6 


59 


8.7 


1 28 


19.0 


231 


■'4.3 


163 


24.2 


55 


8.2 


8 


3.3 


41 


16.9 


60 


24. B 


66 


27.3 


4 9 


20.2 


1 3 


4.4 


33 


u.-j 


106 


36.2 


68 


23.' 


48 


16.4 


79 


6.3 


151 


12 .0 


345 


27.5 


371 


29.6 


26 ■* 


21. P 


39 


5.0 


94 


1 2 .1 


220 


28. •' 


234 


30.! 


147 


18.9 


22 


5.7 


30 


7.7 


1 42 


■'6.5 


117 


30. 1 


63 


16.2 


61 3 


7.3 


1 .n36 


1 1 .7 


2 .4P9 


2«. T 


2.558 


28.9 


1 .716 


19.4 



1 



I ocftL UNI r ro r«L 

NUMBER PERCENT 



roraL state 


?t 


t T'D 


9T2 


0.2 


•LtrGiNY 




113 


1 4 


0.1 


*N»IE aPUNOEL 


1 


f «? !0 


79 


0.0 


PAL rjnORE 


2 


tP77 


1 34 


0.5 


r A 1 \ir 9 f 




loo 

I T T 


1 c 

1 J 


7 e 


C* "OL TNT 




10 7 




2 . fl 


CARROLL 




<» ?3 


20 


0.7 


Cr'" IL 




3?2 


29 


9.0 


CHAPLE S 




m 2 


01 


9.9 


OOPC ME *> TE R 




111 


7 


5.0 


rproERTLK 






5 


7.1 


GA'RF r r 




1 «I5 


1 J 


9.0 


H A^FORfi 




P79 


«7 


5.3 


HOU» PO 




ft^3 


25 


0.0 


KEN r 




70 


7 


10. 


^o'| roo"E R f 


2 


. R90 


*,« 


2.2 


PPT'J'"f GEOPr-E'b 


"5 


» A?n 


1 a5 


,n 


U^" E N ANNE'S 




n9 


10 


11.2 


sr. MAPf's 




31 


18 


5.e 


SO'EOSF r 




95 


5 


5.3 


r A t p p r 




102 


7 


6.9 


WASH I NT, TON 




5''9 


1 3 


2.0 


uirn««tro 




352 


1 6 









1 7n 


7 


1 .ft 


•'AlfJ-OPt Clf^ 





t 120 


1 e 3 


3.5 



TOTAL PROFESSIONAL STAFF at '■LE''ENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 
Pr rEAPS IF EXPEPIE^'CF 
MARfLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEt»TE"«PER 1977 



TABLE 

47 



2 ,3-0 5-9 10-19 20 AND OVER 

NU1RER PERCENT NU""9ER PERCENT NU«RER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT 



3ft 


0.9 


2 t 1 8 


10.9 


6t 860 


"^2 .2 


6 t 701 


3 1.6 


3 f 07 3 


16.3 


1 ft 


.7 


25 


7 .•' 


97 


28.3 


1 1 


33.2 


77 


22.0 


91 


5.0 


200 


11.0 


598 




590 


32 .8 


208 


13.7 


97 


3.3 


253 


8 .5 


907 


31 .» 


1 f016 


30. t 




17.8 


1 


5.0 


30 


15.1 


68 


■^0.2 


50 


27.1 


22 


11.1 






2 




2 9 


? 7 t 


t c 


£ J . n 


u 


t A T 
10.' 


25 


5.9 


ftl 


10,0 


166 




10ft 


25.1 


05 


10.6 


10 


0.3 


52 


1ft. 1 


106 




87 


27.0 


30 


10. 5 


28 


ft.P 


52 


12 .6 


133 


^2.3 


101 


20 


57 


13.8 








1 U 






11 7 


7 ^ 


1 o 

I T 


17 l£ 




5.5 


1 00 


15.9 


20 3 


38.6 


10 


22 . P 


ft 3 


10,0 


13 


9.0 


20 


1 3.8 




29.7 


30 


23.0 


22 


15.2 


00 


0.5 


129 


1 .7 


31 8 


■<ft.5 


203 




102 


11.6 


07 


7.5 


1 6 


17.0 


205 


■'9.7 


1 02 


22.8 


58 


9.3 


ft 


8.6 


8 


1 1 .0 


25 


35.7 


10 


20 .0 


10 


10.3 


88 


3.0 


222 


7.7 


905 


31 .-^ 


996 


30.5 


615 


21.3 


1 1 ft 


3.2 


309 


8 .5 


1 f 131 


31 .7 


1 iOft5 


00.5 




12.5 


5 


5. ft 


17 


1 9.1 


23 


25.8 


27 


30.3 


7 


7.7 


30 


9.7 


50 


1 6 .1 


118 


38.1 


70 


22 .ft 


20 


7.7 


1 


1.1 


1 6 


16.8 


18 


18.9 


32 


33.7 


23 


20. 2 


3 


2.9 


10 


13.7 


00 


39.9 


21 


20. ft 


17 


16.7 


00 


7.0 


83 


15.0 


1 72 


■'I .9 


1 31 


20.3 


1 on 


18.5 


8 


2.3 


37 


10.5 


109 


31 .0 


97 


27.5 


85 


20. T 


10 


10.9 


1 3 


10.1 


08 


■^7.5 


27 


21.1 


?0 


18.7 


290 


7.1 


07ft 


1 1 .5 


1 »23'' 


29.9 


1 il61 


28.1 


817 


19. P 



TABLE 



rofAL pi^OFEss nN«L srftPF at sfconoary "irmnt LEvrt 

Pf rE»RS -jr EXPEPTF^iCr 
MARVLANO PURLIC SCHOOLS; SE°TEHRER 1977 

1 2 "5-1 5-9 n-19 20 »N0 OVER 

LOCAL It'll f to fAL 







NU" RER 


PFR rFN T 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NU MRER 


PERCENT 


MUMPER 


PFRC^NT 


NUMBE R 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE 


r^TAL STATE 


21 1 mi 


9^9 


.5 


960 


0.5 


?t058 


9.6 


6f 358 


29.7 


7 ,375 


30 .» 


3.68 7 


17.2 


ALfHA" r 


3on 


1 ? 


3.1 


7 


1 .F 


30 


7.7 


92 


23.6 


153 


39.2 


96 


20.6 


A'lvr ADUNIEL 


t . 77? 




5.0 


69 


3.9 


20 7 


11.7 


600 


36.1 


561 


31.7 


207 


11.7 


cat TTWOPE 




1 62 


'».6 


1 1 


3 .3 


222 


6 .3 


977 


27. P 


1 .372 


39.1 


662 


18.9 


A L V' T 


1 ? 3 








ft 1 


1 ^ 


I < m r 


1 


"^3 3 


T 7 

J r 


T f> 1 
7 u • 1 


1 r 




C A-^iL I'.'t 




10 


6.7 


1 9 


12. P 


25 


1 6 .9 


35 


23.6 


01 


27.7 


T8 


12.2 


CA '"»"LI 


3'1 


l*. 


5.0 


19 


5.9 


39 


12.1 


107 


33. T 


110 


30.3 


30 


9.3 


CF^IL 




1 1 


1.3 


1 9 


7.0 


00 


1 5.5 


89 


30.5 


70 


27.1 


29 


n.? 


CHAPLf"S 




?7 


9 . 1 


19 


6.0 


33 


11.1 


92 


■^0.9 


97 


^2.5 


30 


10.1 


Ul' Lrt ^ ILK 


111; 


■» 

5 


c . o 






1 1 




5 f 


TO O 


5 £ 


£ 7 . ^ 


26 


22.6 




•512 


?8 


5 .S 


22 


0.3 


63 


12.3 


1 87 


■^6.5 


108 


28.9 


60 


12.5 


oAopr r T 


in9 


Q 


3.7 





3.7 


8 


7 .3 


32 


20.T 


37 


33.9 


90 


22.0 


MA ''t Ot'T 




1? 


6 . 3 


36 


5.0 


67 


10.1 


203 


■'O . 7 


230 


3».fl 


83 


12.5 


nn<wARn 


1'>9 


1 7 


3.7 


16 


3.5 


61 


1 3 .3 


167 


36.0 


105 


31 .6 




11.5 






5 


8.3 


1 


1.7 


5 


8.3 


28 


06.7 


15 


25.0 


6 


10.0 


M 0" rr.n "f p r 




76 


2.7 


92 


2.6 


231 


6 .6 


1 .030 


29.6 


1 .275 


36.5 


7P5 


22.5 




^,7')H 


1 16 


3.8 


100 


3.8 


^85 


10.1 


1 t 1 6? 


■<0.6 


1.022 


37.5 


537 


10.1 


';ijt r ri ANNF 'S 




8 


9.0 


7 


8 .? 


8 


9.0 


22 


25.9 


33 


•«8.« 


7 


8.2 


', r . Muof.s 


1 "1 


n 


5 .S 


17 


9.0 


30 


18.8 


57 


■'I 


07 


26.0 


16 


e.B 


^s"" T 


ion 


10 


9.3 


5 


0.6 


17 


15.7 


29 


26.9 


27 


25.0 


20 


18.5 


TALPO T 


1 1 1 


7 


6.3 


7 


6.3 


8 


7 .2 


03 


3B.7 


27 


20.3 


T9 


17.1 


WA SHIN^^ TON 




12 


3.3 


1 3 


3.5 


•'O 


8.2 


8-^ 


22.7 


1 31 


35." 


O 7 


26.5 






25 


6.0 


29 


7.0 


08 


1 2 .2 


101 


25.7 


132 


33.6 


58 


10.7 


yrf^r r- - r f- t> 


1 ^5 


5 


3.7 


3 


2.2 


1 1 


8.1 


59 


0-^.7 


00 


29.6 


17 


12.6 


HAL 1 TMOPc CT r r 


1 tOOf 


2T7 


5.9 




7.1 


060 


1 1 .5 


1 tOO 1 


26.0 


1 ,193 


29. n 


790 


19.7 




ror»L P9 Ot^ESSION&L Sra"^"^ »r «^I00LE SNO C3''=^T"En SCHOOL LiCVEL 
HARrL«ND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTE'*«ER 1977 



TABLE 

49 









t 


2 




3 


- 


5 


- 9 


to 


-19 


20 »Nn ovr 


1 oc*L u»'i r 


TO T«L 






























NU"* PEP 


P ER CEN T 


*!U"<BER 


PEPCEN r 


NJ f^BEP 


"EPCENT 


NU^'RE R 




NUMBER 


PERCENT 


Ufl| Q £ 9 


PERCE 


ror»L STATE 


« t 993 


3S7 


7.1 


308 


7.0 


728 


10.6 


1 . 6 32 


3?. 7 


1 t 361 


27.3 


560 


11.3 


A L r r » " r 


102 


2 


2.0 


7 


6.9 


8 


7 .6 


'6 


35.3 


33 


32 


1 6 


15.7 




S 


"52 


8.9 


36 


6.2 


R 6 


10.7 


215 


"'6.R 


1 62 


27.7 




5.7 


R AL f fORE 




5 


in.i 


2 1 


« .7 


65 


10.7 


101 


31 . R 


1 1 9 


26.9 


5 2 


11.7 


C*L Vr T 


''6 




6 . 3 


15 


15.6 


1 3 


1 3.5 


25 


26.0 


28 


29. -> 


9 


9.0 


c«''OLi'ir 


33 


2 


(S.l 


3 


9.1 





12.1 


10 


30.3 


9 


27.3 


5 


15.1 


C*''°OLL 


3'0 


32 


10.3 


29 


9.3 


31 


10.0 


80 


27.1 


90 


30,3 


00 


1 2, 9 


CECIL 


11" 


8 


7.1 




0,0 


1 2 


10.5 


? 


37,7 


38 


33.3 


R 


7.0 


CH« RLFS 


2'^5 


1 6 


6.3 


16 


6.3 


00 


17.3 


93 


■^6.5 


61 


23.9 


?5 


9.8 


OOPCH'" S TEP 


1 11 


R 


7.2 


R 


7.2 


1 R 


16,2 


33 


-'9,7 


30 


27.1 


10 


12.5 


FREOEPTCK 


12a 


4 


3.1 


6 


0.7 


20 


1 8.7 


5 


35.1 


37 


28.9 


12 


9.0 


GA^-T r r 


M 


10 


16. a 


n 


6,5 


1 3 


21.3 


15 


'0,6 


15 


20.6 


4 


6.5 


H* "FORD 


30 1 


?6 


7.6 


29 


R .5 


53 


15.5 


12 8 


37.5 


70 


20 .5 


75 


10.3 


HO US DO 


3 7? 


1 7 


1.6 


27 


7.3 


66 


17.7 


10? 


■» fl , ? 


39 


23.9 


3 1 


R . 3 




^ R 


5 


7.3 




2.9 


1 


20.6 


21 


"»n ,9 


1 6 


23.5 


1 


14.7 




22 7 


1 1 


6.2 


1 u 


6,2 


23 


t .1 


90 


39.6 


63 


27.7 


•y r 


10.1 


p'JT'irr r,ro'"'.r«s 


1 1 


1 ^ 


13.9 


R 


6.9 


20 


1 7.0 


37 


■«?.? 


30 


26.1 


4 


3.5 


lUTEN «NNE 'S 


9 3 


(* 


'♦.3 


U 


.■« 


1 8 


19.3 


32 


30 .0 


26 


27.9 


9 


9.7 


ST. MA^r'S 


1 «(3 


10 


5 .5 


1 2 


6.5 


00 


20.0 


56 


■«0 .6 


46 


25.1 


15 


R.2 


soxEPsr r 


39 


3 


7.7 


2 


5.1 


8 


?n .5 


1 3 


33,-' 


7 


17.9 


6 


15.4 


r*! 1^0 r 


flO 


1 1 


13.7 


3 


3.7 


I 1 


1 3.7 


23 


'R.7 


20 


25.1 


12 


15.0 


UASHTNT'ON 


3U 9 


20 


5.7 


26 


7.0 


38 


10 .9 


90 


25. R 


109 


31 .? 


66 


18.9 


Ufo-icn 


^ 3 


3 


9 . 1 


2 


6.1 


9 


27.3 


n 




5 


15.1 





12.1 


uo^rr s f TR 


126 


8 


6.3 


5 


.0 


6 


.P. 


35 


27. P 


50 


■^9.7 


2? 


17.5 


1 *i T I lOPE r r Tf 


7P7 


35 


1 . R 


60 


R.R 


1 00 


13.7 


215 


?9.6 


200 


28.1 


1 19 


15.0 



TABLE 



nfAL NEU PROrfSSnWAL ST«PF AT SCHIOL LrvEL 
MAo^LANP PUBLIC SCmOLS: SEPTEHBFR 1077 



1 ? T - « 5 - «> 10-19 20 AND 3VE» 

LOCAL U'li r ro r 8L 







nuhrfr 


PFRCEN r 


NUMBER 


PERCE Nf 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUKPER 


PFRCFNT 


NUMBER 


PERCFNT 


NUMBER 


PERfcEt 


ro r AL sr A rE 


2.97e 


1 t 757 


■^8.9 


219 


7.7 


702 


1 1 .5 


505 


16.9 


I 00 


o.e 


15 


0.^ 


ALL^GAMr 


50 


27 


5« .0 


5 


n . 


8 


16.0 


9 


1 8.0 


1 


2.0 





0. 


AfJ'iE APUNnFl 


T29 


1 fl« 


55.9 


2'; 


7.6 


07 


1 .7 


61 


1 R .5 


12 


3.6 





0.0 


PAL r I10RE 




2^0 


«; ? . 


20 


« .0 


50 


1 2 .0 


100 


27 . t 


35 


7.8 




0.7 


C A L p r 


(t 1 


21 


78.1 


5 


7.9 


1 


15.9 


\ 7 


2 7.0 


7 


1 1 • 1 




0.9 


CArOLIMF 


29 


1 5 


51.7 


4 


1 7 .P 


7 


10.7 


5 


17.7 


2 


6.9 





0.0 


C A P OL L 


1 2B 


')fl 


•^7 . 1 


1 5 


11.7 


1 


10.9 


21 


16,0 


1 


7.8 





0. 


CEf"! L 


PI 


e 


59.7 


8 


9.9 


8 


9 .9 


12 


10 . fl 





.«» 


1 


1 .? 


CHAPL'" S 


1 "^S 


5 


57.5 


1 1 


7.1 


20 


12.9 


77 


2 7,9 





2.6 





0.0 




?4 


1 6 


7,1 


3 


n . P 




26 .5 


i| 


1 1 . P 


2 


5 , «} 





0,0 


FP'nr f?I CK 


in? 


70 


17 


6 


0.1 


20 


1 7.6 


75 


77.8 


1 5 


to. 2 


t 


0.7 


G A ''RT r r 


19 


2 7 


^9.2 


1 


2.6 


2 


5.1 


fl 


20.5 


1 


2.6 





Oi 


HA 7rnPT 


1 «<1 


no 


ISO . I 


1 8 


9.8 


1 9 


10.0 


70 


1 6.« 


5 


2.7 


1 


0.5 


HPUftRn 


170 


51 


70.0 


2« 


10.1 


76 


21 .2 


7B 


22. "J 


17 


10. 





2.3 


K r " f 


'7 




^ 7 




7.7 




11.1 


il 


IK n 
I • 1 


2 


7 


r) 






■501 


107 


75.5 


20 


6.6 


59 


1 9 .6 


PO 


27.9 


28 


9.7 


7 


1.0 






?'50 


50 .5 


70 


8,1 


67 


15.9 


76 


1 8.0 


1 7 


3.1 


2 


0.5 






21 


ftl .P 


2 


5.0 


5 


1 .7 


«; 


10.7 


1 


2 .9 





0.0 


sr. *i A " r • s 




77 


i»7 .0 


1 2 


1 7.9 


1 7 


1 5. 1 


18 


70.9 


5 


5.8 


1 


1.2 


snrTPsr r 


?? 


1 6 


72.7 


1 


O.^i 


3 


1 7 .6 


2 


9.f 










O.P 


rt 1 '-of 


79 


25 


R(S .2 





0.0 


2 


6.9 


1 


7.0 


1 


3.« 





0.0 


J* '.Hi-r. row 


I ?1 


79 


71.7 




18.7 


1 7 


17.8 


30 


7 0,0 


12 


9.7 


2 


1.6 


u I 'TO" I '■n 


72 


02 


56.7 






1 1 


1 5.7 


1 1 


15.7 


2 


2.P 





0.0 


uo^c' s rr p 


25 


1 5 


^0 .0 





0.0 


•» 


1 2.0 


5 


70.0 


1 


4.0 


1 


«.a 


PAtrr-'f^pf cTfr 


321 


2^0 


RI .0 


1 1 


7.0 


1 8 


5 .6 


25 


7.8 


6 


1.9 


1 


0.3 


LF* ruANSFFPS 


TH2 


1 7 


7.8 


76 


11.5 


109 


71.9 


1 37 


00.1 


02 


12.3 


5 


1.5 


»jn r f : an^f trs 


I'F rufFN 


lINirS ARF 


INflllOFO 


IN INOIVinUAL 


LOCAL UMir rOTALS 


. PUT 


EXCLUOFO 


FROM STATE TOTAL 








rOfAL NEW ""^Of^ESS I ONSL STA^P AT rLE^ENTftPY <;CH3aL LEVEL 
/EARS If EXPE^IEMCE 
«^&0fL»'lD oyt^LIC SCH')')LS: S'^oTE'"»E9 



TABLE 

51 



5-9 



1 -^-l 9 



20 AND OVER 



LOCAL U«'I r 



ro r«L 









PERCEN r 


NU18ER 


PERCEM r 


W ""BER 


PERCENT 


NIIMRER 


Pf- RC^VT 


NU'^'^ER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE 


rof»L «;rArE 


1.191 




57.8 


91 


7.6 


1 38 


11.6 


216 


1 a.l 


53 


."^ 


5 


0. » 


# l_ 1 r r 4 f 


7 2 


1 1 


6 3.6 


1 


0,5 


^ 


18.2 


5 


15.6 











u . r 




129 


66 


51 .2 


in 


7.7 


23 


1 7 .8 


25 


1 9.« 


5 


3.9 





0.0 


3 »l f I "09E 


1 72 


B« 


118.8 


8 


0.7 


1 9 


11.0 


07 


'>7.-^ 


13 


7.5 


1 


0.6 


C «L Vf H r 


2P 


1 2 


02.9 


1 


3.6 


6 


21 .0 


7 


25.0 


2 


7.1 





n.n 


CA'HLINE 


6 


^ 


50.0 


2 


3 5.3 





0.0 


1 


16.7 





0. 





0.0 


C/( ""OLL 


1 


20 


50.0 


6 


15,0 


5 


12.5 


6 


1 c n 


^ 


7.5 





'J.J 


CF^IL 


BO 


29 


72.5 


■J 


7.5 


3 


7.5 


a 


10^0 


1 


2 .'^ 





0.0 


CHAPLf S 


67 


llO 


59 .7 





6.0 


6 


8.<5 


16 




1 


1,5 





0.0 


POACHES fEP 


9 


5 


55.5 





0.0 


2 


22 .2 


2 


77 .7 





,1 





0.0 


F prorR T CK 


P2 


Q 


53.7 


3 


3.7 


1 1 


1 3 .0 


1 8 


7\ .0 


6 


7.3 





0.0 


Qft 3 or r f 


I 7 


1 3 


' • ^ 


1 


S 9 


1 

I 




2 






. *^ 


f) 


0.0 


HAorORD 


75 


«3 


57.3 


6 


8.0 


6 


fl .0 


1 6 


21 .T 


3 


.0 


1 


1 . 7 


HOUAPT 


6fl 


23 


33. n 


15 


22. 1 


1 7 


25.0 


10 


10,7 


2 


2.9 


1 


1.5 


KE»; f 


1 


7 


71 . n 





n.o 


2 


20 .1 





1,0 


1 


10 


n 


0.0 


•o- ff, o"r R r 


1 25 


OB 


38 . <» 


7 


5.6 


28 


22.0 


30 


•'7,2 


8 


6.0 





0.0 


PPIKT GEOi'f^E'S 


1«7 


98 


62 . 


1 1 


7.0 


1 6 


10 .2 


28 


17.8 


Q 


2 





n.o 




1 1 


9 


«1 .8 





0.0 


1 


9. 1 


1 


9,1 





0.0 


n 


0.0 


sr. "APT •$ 


06 


1 8 


39.1 


9 


19.6 


6 


T 3 .0 


9 


19.6 


■>! 


6.5 


1 


2.2 


SO""- RSf" r 


6 


9 


66 .7 





0.0 


1 


16.7 


1 


16.7 





0.0 





n.n 


fALPo r 


e 


7 


87.5 





0.0 


1 


12.5 





n . n 





D .'1 


n 


0.0 


WA«.HTNn roN 


61 


1 I 


18." 


8 


13.1 


10 


22 .9 


19 


31 .1 


7 


11 .5 


2 


3. 3 


UI* OMICO 


25 


16 


60.0 


1 


0.0 


2 


8.0 





1 6.0 


2 


8.0 





0.0 


UO^CES fER 


5 


2 


00.1 





0.0 


2 


.0 


1 


20.0 





D .0 





o.n 


<\n riMORf: CT rr 




75 


85.2 


3 


3.0 


6 


6.P 





0.^ 





0.0 





0.0 


LEA fPSNSFEoS 


106 


1 


2.8 


8 


7,5 


00 


01.5 


02 


"^9.6 


8 


7.5 


1 


0.9 



NOfE: fRANSFERS nEfUEEN UNITS ARE iNCLUDEn IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT roTAL<;» PUT EXTLUOEO FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 



rofAL NEU PPT^EssnNAL SrAt^"^ AT SECONOAPV SCHOOL LEVEL 
Br VEARS Of EXPEPIFWCr 
lAPfLAND "UHLIC SCHOOLS: SEoTE'"''ER 1977 

1 ?. 1 - H 5-9 in-T9 20 »Nn aVER 

t oc«L Dvr r ro r^L 









o p9 r 


NU MRFR 


PE PC E 'J r 


MU 1 3 E R 


PE PCE NT 


NUf^PE R 


Of PCM T 


NUI'IE R 


PE RC E V T 


NUM'^E P 


PE RCE 


rn TAl SfA fE 


1 t TTl 


761 


*;« .6 


B'' 


6.4 


1 59 


12.2 


219 


1 6.« 


69 


5.3 


8 


0, 6 


A L I E A ^' r 


20 


I 1 


55.1 


2 


in.o 


3 


1 5 .0 


3 


15. o 


1 


5 .0 





0. n 






7 7 


59,2 


9 


6.9 


1 6 


12.3 


25 


19.7 




2,7 


r\ 


0,0 


3 A I r T "nPE 


? 09 


1 1 1 


SI - 1 


9 


« . 3 


7 Q 


11.5 


4 3 


70,6 


I 8 


8,6 


2 


0, 9 


c A I vF p r 


7<l 




2 5.0 


2 


" . 3 


3 


12.5 


9 


37. S 


Q 


16.7 





n,o 


c A OIL I N^: 


19 


to 


52 .6 


2 


10. ■= 


3 


15.0 


3 


1 "^.fl 


1 


5,3 





o,r) 


C A "^POL t 


7 


1 6 


17.7 


2 


5.1 


(, 


16.2 


1 n 


7 7,0 


■J 


B.I 





n, n 


r r T 1 


y r 


1 I 


r • V 




1 ' . r 


(i 


17 a 
I 5 . 


o 


on 7 
' ' . ' 


5 


t n 7 





n 1 

ij, n 


C H A P| r ^ 


a Q 


? 7 




2 




Q 


18,4 


9 


1 P . 4 


c 


ft 1 


fl 

u 


0,0 


U " " * Tit." 


7 


J 


2 • ^5 





0.0 


7 


. 6 


1 


1 " . 3 


1 


14,3 





0, 9 






7-? 


43.4 


2 


3.R 


5 


9.4 


I 5 


7P.3 


7 


11.7 


1 


1.9 


n A ^ p r f r 


1 n 

1 u 




4 0.0 


n 


n Ti 
u . u 


u 


n n 




^ n o 


1 

I 


TO n 






H A '^F tTI 


h? 


(J J 


6 6.1 




8.1 


7 


11.3 


g 


17,9 


J 


1,6 


f5 


0,0 


H OU A"!) 


70 


1 6 


7 2.9 


«; 


7,1 


1 I 


70 ,0 


2 


7 P • 6 


1 2 


17.1 


3 


4.3 


K r *i r 






67.5 




17.5 


1 


17.5 


1 


17,5 


g 


. o 


f) 


0,3 


<'()'' fr oT 


1 ' ? 


r, 


7 4 7 


9 


5 . P 


30 


19.7 


Q ] 


7 7,0 


1 B 


1 1 . P 


2 


1 7 


P3 T vrr Sf 0*"". r • 




t 70 


47. 


71 


8. ■« 


51 


20.3 


48 


1 9.1 


9 


3.6 


? 


0,5 


our fn KNNL 


1 5 


8 




2 


13. 


2 


1 3.3 


7 


13.3 


1 


6.7 





n,n 


sr. Mnor's 


72 


10 


05.5 


I 


4.5 


3 


13.6 


6 


77.3 


2 


9.1 





0, 3 


scFf'sr r 


12 


9 


75.0 


1 


8.3 


2 


1 6 .7 





0.0 











0.0 


fAi. "0 r 


9 


7 


77 . fl 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


11.1 


1 


11.1 





0,0 


'jASHT-r. roN 




1 t 


39 . 3 


5 


17.9 


3 


10.7 


5 


17,9 


4 


14,3 





n,o 


w I '■o* iro 


44 


24 


54.5 




11.4 


P 


1 8 .7 


7 


15.9 





O.o 





o.o 


U1"CE SfF P 


9 


5 


55. 





0.0 


1 


11.1 


1 


1 1 .1 


1 


tl.l 


1 


11,1 


«Ai rT"nPF ri rr 


1«6 


1 ftO 


81 


7 


3 .6 


8 


4.1 


16 


8.7 


4 


2.0 


1 


0,5 


LFA fPANSFT'JS 


1 «.4 




3.7 


14 


8.5 


U6 


78.0 


66 


40,7 


?B 


17.1 


4 


7,4 




NOrr: fPA'JSFrRS IFfUEFN UMirS art TNCLUDEO in individual local unit rOTAL'^t BUT EXCLUOFD FROH STATE TOTAL. 



rofAL NEW orrss T O'JAL SfArr if MnpLE AND CT^'^INrn SCHOOL LEVEL 
Bf rEAPS OP EXPEDIENCE 
lARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEMBER TJ^V 



TABLE 

53 ■ 



1 2 1 - a 5 - <» in-i<) 20 ANn over 

tocAL u«'ir rofAL 









P Fp rrM r 


NU'iBE? 


PERCENT 




PERCENT 


NUMBER 


P'^7C'^NT 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCEf 


r r AL s r A fE 




302 


f.? . 1 


45 


9.3 


U5 


9.3 


70 


10.4 


22 


4 ."^ 


2 


0. 4 


ALfE^A^r 


s 


2 


2^.'i 


2 


25.0 


1 


12.5 


3 


37.5 











0.0 


AN»'E APUNDEl 


70 


41 


"8.6 


6 


0.6 


8 


1 1 .0 


1 1 


15.7 


4 


5.7 





0.0 


R AL ri M19E 




17 


53.6 


3 


0.3 


1 1 


15.9 


14 


■>n . •» 


4 


5.8 





0. 


C AL VFR r 


1 1 


6 


■=4.5 


2 


IB .2 


1 


9 .1 


1 


P.I 


1 


9.1 





n.n 


CA^OL INf 


4 


2 


50.0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


■55,0 


1 


25.0 





0. 1 


C A "^OLL 


51 


32 


62 . 7 


7 


13.7 


3 


5.9 


5 


9.'? 


4 


7.B 





0.0 


crrii 


12 


B 


66.7 





a .0 


1 


8.3 


2 


16.-' 





.0 


1 


8 . 3 


CHAPir s 


•»9 


1 6 


4 1.0 


5 


1 2." 


^ 


1 2.« 


1 2 


•^0 . q 


1 


2.6 





0.0 


noPCHES rcB 


1 P 


8 


an. 4 


3 


16.7 


5 


27 .8 


1 


. 5 


1 


5 . 5 





0.0 


F P^OFP 1 Of 


1? 


3 


2'i.O 


1 


p ^ 7 


4 


33.3 


2 


16.7 


2 


16.7 





0." 


GA r r 


12 


10 


fl3 .3 





0.0 


1 


8.3 


1 


8.3 





0. 





0. n 


HA"FO»n 


• 6 


26 


"6.5 


7 


15.2 


6 


1 .0 


6 


13.0 


1 


2 .9 





n.n 


HOWA PO 


^2 


1 2 


■'7.5 


4 


12.5 


5 


15.6 


8 


•'5.1 


3 


9.9 





0.0 


KE^ r 


9 




55 .5 





O.O 





0.0 


3 




1 


11.1 





0.0 


MO" rccERr 


2« 


7 




a 


16.7 


1 


4 .2 


9 


■^7.5 


2 


8.3 


! 


4.? 




1 4 


1 2 


fl5 , 7 


2 


14.3 





0.0 





0.0 





0. 





0. 


OU"" FN ANNt 'S 


8 


4 


50.0 





0.0 


2 


25 .0 


2 


?5.0 





."^ 


n 


0.0 


sr. "APf's 


1 B 


9 


"n 


2 


11.1 


4 


P2 .2 


3 


16.7 








n 


n.n 


so-ERSt" r 


« 


3 


75 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


95.0 





o.'> 





0.0 


fALPO t 


1 2 


1 1 


91 . 7 





0.0 


1 


8.3 





o.n 











n.n 


UA SHI roN 




1 7 


50 .0 


10 


29.4 





0.0 


6 


17.6 


1 


2.P 





0.0 


uir fiMirn 




2 


66 .7 





0.0 


1 


33.3 





0.0 





O.O 





0.0 


uccrs rER 


1 1 


8 


72.7 





0.0 





n ,n 


3 


27.3 





.'> 





n.n 


qji ri«<nPE; CI rr 


'7 


25 


67 .5 


1 


2.7 


4 


10.8 


5 


1 ^.^ 


2 


5.0 





0.0 


LEA fJANSFE'S 


-'2 


4 


5 ."^ 


1 4 


19.4 


19 


26.4 


29 


40. •» 


6 


8.3 





n.n 


NO n : rp »nsf rps 


REfwrrN 


UNirS ARF 


INCLUPEn 


IN INDIVIDUAL 


LOCAL UMf rOTALS 


. PUT 


EXCLUOED 


i^ROH STATE TOTAL. 







TABLE 

54 



rOrSL PROCESS I ')'U»L SfAPr at SCHOOL L^vrt 
Br TYPE- 0"^ TET IPTfATE 

ift9rL»Mo PUBLIC schools: stptewper I"*?? 



PPOrrsS lOMAL 

L0C4L uvi r ror«L rnr»L «nv»NCEO 

NUrPFR PTRCEMr 



PROVIS I ONAL 
SraNOART rOTAL DEjBEE non- 

HfU^PEP PERCENT OEr^PEF 



OTHER 



ro r AL s TA fE _ 


IJ7.731 


117, l?3 


9R .7 


■'0,60b 


16,075 


608 


1 .3 


081 


1 26 


1 


AL1 ""GAMr 




B31 


99.5 


660 


167 





0.5 


2 


2 





AK"E APUND""! 


It 1 6(S 


«.l 38 


99 .3 


2,500 


1 ,630 


28 


n .7 


1 8 


10 





a Al. TI M09E 


>. t 930 


6,918 


99.8 


5, 350 


1,560 


12 


.2 


8 








CAL VER f 


Q 1 p 


115 


99 . 3 


220 


1 PI 


3 


.7 


3 








C A POL I *'E 


?8n 


7B6 


99.3 


130 


15? 


2 


0.7 


I 


1 





CA'^POLl 


1 .0511 


1 ,0«1 


98 . 8 


600 


01 


1 3 


1 .2 


7 


6 





C'CIL 




6B7 


99.0 


307 


300 


7 


1 .0 


5 


2 





CH « PLE S 


'"65 


955 


99,0 


81 


70 


1 


1 .0 


8 


7 





OOTWES fER 


367 




97 .0 


209 


1 07 


1 1 


3 .0 


7 


« 





FRfnr^T CK 


1 t •'70 


1,208 


98.3 


7 1? 


516 


22 


1 .7 


16 


6 





GAPRF r r 


315 


31 l» 


99.7 


183 


131 


1 


0.3 


1 


f> 





HAPE mn 


1 f flB 1 


1 , B75 


99.7 


1, 107 


768 


6 


0.3 


5 


1 


3 




1 . il5« 


1 , «3a 


90,6 


771 


66"' 


20 


1 .0 


1 5 


5 





KEN r 


1 9B 


1 98 


1 or> .0 


9"^ 


103 





0.0 











HO" rr.oMERf 


f M 1 


6,581 


99.5 


5,096 


1,085 


30 


0.5 


21 


9 





PRINCE GEOR'^L'S 


7t 531 


7, an 3 


9fl .8 


5,08*; 


2 ,35fl 


88 


1 .2 


70 


1 3 


1 


ou'"EN it^m:"^ 


?67 


?6S 


9T. 3 


1 30 


1 35 


2 


n.7 


1 


1 





sr. "AR^'S 


67H 


660 


97.9 


327 


333 


1 


2.1 


1 1 


? 





SO"E RSE r 


'>H2 


233 


96.3 


123 


in 


9 


3.7 


3 


6 





r ALPo r 


?93 


292 


99 .7 


153 


1 39 


1 


0.3 





t 





WASHlNf, rON 


lt?5ii 


1,203 


99 .1 


769 


070 


1 1 


0.9 


3 


8 





wirnricn 


778 


775 


99.6 


009 


326 


3 


0.0 


3 








WOPCES lER 


389 


382 


98 .? 


202 


IPO 


7 


1 .8 


5 


2 





8AL ri MOPE CT rr 


B . P57 


8, '553 


96.6 


, 909 


3t 600 


300 


3.0 


260 


00 






ror»L PR OPFSSI ONAL Srarr AT EL^"'r^'TftPY SCHOOL LFVEL 

Mr rrPE o^ rETiricoTE 

"lARrLAND PUBLIC SCriOOLS: SEPTEMBER l"''! 



TABLE 

55 



PROf^FSS I ONAL PROVISIONAL 
lOCAL OHlf ror«L total AOVAMCED SfANDARD TOTAL PESBEE WON- OTHER 

NUMRFR PE"?C'^Nr NU'^BER PERCENT nr^orE 



fiTAL STATE ?lt-^T3 

»Ltrf^A«:f ■"43 

»N"F APUNOfL tt'lO 

e «l TT'-OPE ?,077 

CALVT 199 

CAPOLPT 107 

C«''POLL 1*2'! 

Cfflt ■!?? 

CHAPL^S 012 

DC^CMFSTER Iftl 

FP'^nFPTCK '■^O 

GA ""F T T 1 115 

HA"FnRn fl79 
HOUAPn 

KF'T 70 

t«owfno«*FRr ?.P9n 

PPT'lCf RFOT.F'S ^^f,?') 

OUFFN ANNE 'S B9 

sr. Tio 

SO"EPS'^r 95 

TALROT 10? 

UASHINnfOfJ ^39 

uirn«iro 35? 

unoC-SfEH 12B 

R At T P<ORE CT r r u , I 2« 



21»li»8 90.1 13f<»60 

303 no .0 27a 

IfRTH 90.7 IfOaO 

?t 976 lon.r) 2,271 

193 99.5 107 

107 iin.o 'io 

070 9-5.3 ??6 

"«18 9P.7 1H6 

412 lO'J.O 209 

136 97.9 BO 

6?1 9f.A 351 

1 9-3.3 7'» 

R76 99.7 508 

A19 99.3 313 

70 toj.n 3? 

2.867 99 . -> 2tl^fl 

3,595 99. 3 2,'4«T 

89 nO.O 35 

302 97.1 Ith 

9« 9B.9 57 

102 lOJ.O 53 

5^0 9P.3 301 

3*^2 100.0 ?19 

123 96.1 65 

0,008 9P.1 2,292 



7,688 182 0.9 

6P n .0 

760 6 0.3 

705 1 .0 

91 I 0.5 

■^7 0.0 

190 3 0.7 

17? 1 .2 

? 3 0.0 

58 3 2 .1 

270 9 1 .0 

70 1 0.7 

368 3 0.3 

306 0.6 

3 8 0,0 

609 23 0.8 

1,15'' 25 0.7 

•^O O .0 

1 56 8 P. 6 

37 11.1 

09 0.0 

229 9 1 .7 

133 0.0 

58 5 3.9 

1 ,756 76 1 .8 



150 2 8 

u n 

6 

10 

1 


2 1 
O 



3 
8 1 

1 

2 1 



16 7 

?1 

U 

6 ? 

10 



1 8 

1 

73 3 



TABLE 

56 



LOCAL UM r 



BY rrPE Of CFTI»^irATC 
^Ac^fLANO "URLIC SCHTTL<;: SEPTEMBER 1977 

pofirrssnMAL PR1VTSIDNAL 
rOFAL TOTAL ADVANCET SfANOARn F Tf AL DE3REE NON- 

»JU»'PrR PERCEVf NUHPER PTRCENT DE^orf 



TTrtFR 



rn f At r A rr 


1 


?1 .070 


98 .? 


1 a »« ■»? 


6.597 


377 


1 .8 


279 


97 


1 


A L I r. A •) r 


793 




9-5.0 


318 


68 





1 .0 


2 


7 







1 » 7 7? 


1 » 7*^2 


9P . 9 


1 » 1 S 7 


595 


20 


1.1 


1 


1 


g 


QAI ri "^riPE 




7f '179 


99.7 


2r 781 


715 


1 1 


0.3 










c At vf p r 


123 


1 ?? 


99 .? 


70 


57 


1 


" .8 


1 








c A^ot i^r 


118 


1 6 


9P .6 


66 


7P 


2 


1 .3 


1 


1 





CA "TOLL 




31 3 


97. S 


?01» 


109 


8 


7.5 




5 





r r r 1 1 


< ^ o 


? 5 


9P . R 


131 


120 


3 


1 .2 






Q 


CHAPL"" S 




?9? 


9T.0 


150 


107 


6 


2.0 




7 







115 


109 


9tl.8 


70 


39 


6 


5.2 


2 








T P' prn T CK 


•=12 


S02 


9P .n 


307 


195 


10 


1 .9 


5 


5 





r,»-^''r r r 


1 09 


109 


10 ).0 


82 


7 7 





0.0 













f61 


658 


99 .5 


127 


2-«l 


3 


0.5 


3 


n 







«I59 


<li»8 


97.6 


26* 


180 


1 1 


2.0 


6 


5 





K Ef' r 


60 


60 


1 00 .0 


3'* 


76 





.0 











tn-' r->n««ERf 


1 . « 9 a 


3t 1497 


99. 1? 


2.770 


71 3 


7 


0.2 


5 


7 


-> 


PPI wrr GLOP'"-E 'S 


1.796 


If 736 


9P . « 


2 .'585 


1.151 


60 


1 .6 


50 


9 


1 


OIIT'J ANNA'S 


"5 


an 


9'^.9 


05 


39 


1 


1.2 





1 





sr. lAi^Y's 


1B1 


1 77 


97. P 


98 


79 





7.2 


3 


1 





so^'EPs r r 


JOB 


101 


9-' .5 


51 


50 


7 


6.5 


2 


5 





TAtno r 


111 


1 10 


9 9.1 


63 


07 


I 


0.9 





1 





WASHTNP rON 


166 


"'6« 


99 .5 


260 


100 


2 


.5 


2 










193 


•»9U 


99 .? 


218 


1 72 


3 


n .8 


3 








wp^crsrER 


1 1-; 


133 


9<1.S 


58 


75 


2 


1.5 


1 


1 





n Af r TMOPt TT r r 


«.no6 


3.pni 


9« .9 


2.219 


1 .5e2 


205 


5.1 


168 


37 






TABLE 

rnr*L o^ess nN»L sr»t^p »r hodl^ »Na cow^iNn school level 
Br ffPE Of CETlPiraTE 

HftRrLftND PUflLIC SCHT)L'^: SFPTE"^E'? fTT 

PR0rrSSI3N«L PPOVISIONAL 

i_oc*L UNI r roru rririi aovancet sfANoipn tttal degree tthpr 

VU^^PER PEi^CE^r WU»'PEP PFRCENT PEr^PfF 



rof»i «;r«iF 




« » 9q 1 


99 .0 


2 .751 


2 . 1 "0 


l»9 


1 .0 


<»B 


1 





* LI r » .r f 


10? 


102 


ITI.O 


72 


30 





0.0 

















99 .7 


307 


275 


2 


0.3 


2 








9111 rTunor 


(ill 


u 4 3 


1 ) • 


2 9 9 


1 U 4 





0.0 











C »l Vf P f 


96 


95 


91 .9 


11 7 


«a 


1 


1 .0 


1 












73 


10 J. 


1 6 


1 7 





0.0 











CA^TLl 


"»10 


■^0 8 


99 . 3 


170 


1 


2 


" .6 


2 


n 





Cr'- IL 


1 1» 


1 lu 


100.0 


7T 


a a 





0.0 













o «; 




9F » A 


i £ ^ 


1 o 


4 











OOPCMF <; f FR 


1 1 1 


109 


9h .? 


•^9 




2 


1 .8 


2 










12'' 


1 ?S 


97.7 


7« 


1 


3 


'.3 


3 


n 





r» opr r r 


61 


61 


1 on .0 


?7 


■^u 





0.0 











HAT nun 




301 


1 t.O 


1 7' 


1 6 " 





.0 











HOUA"!) 


■^72 


367 


9ft .7 


191 


I 7-^ 


5 


1 .3 


5 


n 





KFVr 


6B 


68 


10 1.0 


29 


39 





0.0 











Ho^' ir.n"F R r 


??7 


?? 7 


1 1" .0 


1 "^i* 


73 





.0 











P9INCF r.FO'f.r'i; 


1 15 


1 1 2 


9 T .11 


57 


55 


3 


2.6 


3 








OIK FN ANNf 'S 


93 


92 


9P .9 




«? 


1 


1 .1 


1 








sr . HA" r • s 


183 


181 


9't.9 


8 3 


90 


2 


1 .1 


2 








SOTi'SF r 


T9 


18 


97 .« 


1 


21 


1 


2.6 


U 


1 





TALMO r 


80 


80 


10 ).0 


37 


tl 3 





0.0 











UASHINH rON 


"'O 9 


•»o 9 


1 "1 .0 


208 


1 Ul 





n .0 





n 









? 5 


10 ).0 


1 2 


2 1 





0.0 













1 ?6 


I ?6 


1 on .0 


79 


07 





n .0 











iAi f I MOQf CT f r 


7?7 


7014 


9 S. 8 


398 


306 


2 3 


3.2 


■>^ 










TABLE 



58 



nrftL MTU PPDCESSTT'ftL ST«fF t 1 SC^tT)L LrvfL 
^-iPlTLAND PUniir SCHTTLS: SEPTEMEFR 1pT7 



PP0>^'"SSI ONAL OPOVISTONAL 

tocsL u^'i r rorcL {f^in »nvANCED sfANOAPn nriL Drsprt nd«i- other 



ro rai. <; r a fr 




? t fn5 


9 '4 .2 


478 


2t 3?7 


173 


.8 


126 


06 


1 


air rcft^'r 


50 


06 


9? .f1 


7 


•»•? 





8.0 


2 


2 





p ni ■ f- M " 11 t 1 t 1 


p 9 


31'* 


9 5 . a 


6 


2'>0 




0.5 


g 


7 


n 

\J 




50 


OU 7 


99 .3 


19 3 


300 


3 


0.7 


2 


1 





C A L vr p r 


6-? 


«.! 


9A.<? 


18 


a-* 


2 


3.2 


2 








CA'-OLI'.'E 


?9 


79 


1 on .0 


7 


22 





.0 


U 





n 


f" B "J rn 1. 


128 


1 1 7 


9 1.9 


21 


96 


1 1 


" . 6 


7 








cr I L 


P 1 


77 


9*^ . 1 


1 5 


62 


t| 


0.9 


2 


? 





c H B 7 L F 


155 


1 17 


9'1 .8 


20 


127 


8 


5.2 


7 


1 









31 


91 


8 


23 


3 


8 .8 


2 


1 





F R" nt PT " K. 


1 HI 


1 3' 


8 9.8 


27 


105 


1 S 


in . 2 


1 


5 





G A "PF f f 


3 9 


3 8 


97 . U 


1 


3«1 


1 


2 .6 


1 








HA'Ff^T) 


183 


1 fll 


9 n . 9 


26 


155 


2 


1.1 


2 








HOU Ai^n 


1 70 


165 


97.1 


38 


127 


5 


2 .9 





1 





KE"' r 


27 


27 


101.0 


t 


20 





0.0 











^'0'" rnnxFR i 


301 


295 


9P .0 


1 1 fl 


1 77 


6 


2 .0 


4 


? 





P9T nLO'""''"'S 


a?2 




9 1.1 


17 


367 


38 


9.0 


^5 


2 


1 


OU''EN UNNF'S 


^n 


33 


97.1 


2 


31 


1 


'.9 


1 








sr. lAPf's 


R6 


ni 


9'1 .2 


17 


60 


5 


5.8 


5 








SO^F r 


?? 


1 9 


R6.« 


2 


1 7 


3 


I"'. 6 


1 


2 





r Ai po r 


29 


28 


9(S.5 


2 


26 


1 


"^.0 





1 





UA SHI NH rnrj 


123 


1 la 


92.7 


2(1 


90 


9 


7.3 


2 


7 





u I r c " I F 


72 


71 


9P .6 


8 


63 


1 


1 .0 


1 








WOT"" STEP 


25 


2 '4 


9S.0 


5 


19 


1 


0.0 


1 








RAL ri-^opt cT rr 


^21 


273 


85 .0 


1 7 


256 


08 


1 .9 


00 


P 





11 fP^NSFFfS 


3(12 


327 


96 .? 


131 


198 


13 


3.8 


13 









Norr: rFAN<^FrPS prruFFN uMirs are TNcmnEn in individual l'jcal unit roiALSt put ExcLunrn from state total. 



TDTAL NEW ^^""^ESS I "JViL STArr aT rLE^ENTAOY SC^iODL LEVEL 

pr rrPE O"^ CETi^iriTr 



TABLE 

59 



LOCiL UVI r TOTAL Tnr&L iO'VANCEH STANOi^n TTr«L nE"t?EE ^0*1- tTHc:p 

»'UfP>"R PEPCNT ^U"'RER PTPCENT PE'^'^EF 



TOTAL «^TATr 


1 . 1 PI It 


1 50 


96 .5 


210 


*L'-EGANr 


?? 


22 


lOT.O 




ANVE ACUNOFl 


129 


1 ?6 


97 .7 


30 


g AL TI 1"=»E 


1 77 


1 72 


1 ■) . T 


57 


C «L VF P T 


2P 


2 7 


9fc .0 


a 


CAPOL I''E 


6 




m.o 


2 


C*"O0LL 


*0 


38 


9S 


7 


CE'"IL 


HO 




9=i.n 


a 


r u * Dl r Q 


O • 


A 7 




1 n 

1 1 




9 




9', 9 


1 




fl2 


77 


93.9 


10 


GA^p*" r r 


17 


16 


9'4.1 


1 




75 


7U 


9^' . 7 


1 


u r> 1 J A on 




6 7 


9 H . S 


i; 


KF'; r 


10 


10 




? 


rnv T'^ o-E R 1 


125 


1 22 


9 7.6 


<»7 


ppi ^rr GEOP'^E 'S 


1 57 


1 ■=! 


96.9 


1 




11 


1 1 




1 


sr. Msc r 's 


46 


1 


B*; .t 


9 


SO"F P S"" T 


6 


6 


n ).o 


2 


TAL ?0 f 


P 


8 


1 .1 





UA^lHI'ir; TON 


Al 


S3 


"6." 


1 3 


ui row I ro 


25 


?5 


1 n -i .1 


3 


UPfC STF R 


5 


a 




1 


PBLflTiPE CTTf 


BP 


B3 


9U .3 


a 


LEA fANbrrns 


106 




96.? 


35 


note: TP A«J"^F EPS 


of-rUEFN UNITS 


ARE 


INCLUDE'^ 


IN IN 



UO 


41 


■« .4 


34 


7 





1 9 





0.0 








3 


96 


3 


2 .3 


3 








I'D 


Q 




n 


ri 

'J 


J 


23 


1 




1 








a 





0.0 











^1 


2 




2 


n 





■»« 


2 




2 








57 





.0 











7 


1 


11.1 


1 





T 


63 


5 


6.1 


5 








t 5 


1 


5.9 


1 








5° 


1 


1 .3 


1 








6'> 


1 


1.5 


1 


n 


3 


B 





.0 





n 





75 


3 


2.4 


3 








111 


6 


3.8 


6 








1 


n 


0.0 








T 


32 


5 


in. 9 


5 


n 





4 





0.0 











8 





^ .0 











l»0 


8 




1 


7 





22 





n .0 











3 


1 


20.0 


1 








79 


5 


5.7 


5 








67 


4 


3.9 


4 


T 






VTDUAL L:)C«L UNIT T : T « L t PUT EXTLun^p from STATE T^^TAL. 



TABLE 



60 



roTAL fjrw pi^Trcss nNftL sfArr AT secoNnA'»Y sch<ool l?:vfl 
Br rrPE or rrTiriCATF 

•'ARfLAND PURLIC SCHI^LS: SFOTEl'TR 1<»77 



PPfirrss ION SL PPHVT^IONAL 

I ncAL UNI r roTM roTAL advanceo sfANnARo nrAt nrsPEE ntm- ithtr 

MUfPER PERrFMr NU^REP p'"RCENT nf"';prE 





1 » ■'O 1 


1 » 1 B 3 


9T , 9 


1 P ■' 


9 96 


118 


9.1 


78 


3 9 


1 


A L 1 ^ A N f 


2 


1 1. 

I o 


R ') • 1 


2 


1 4 


4 


on c\ 
^ ij . U 




■5 
e 


J 


AN ME APUNDFt 


1 30 


1 1 9 


91 .5 


20 


PP 


1 1 


8.5 


4 


7 





R AL ri roPE 




206 


9". ft 


6« 


1 1 7 


3 


1 .4 


2 


1 





CAt. VFP r 


214 


?^ 


1 on .0 


1 1 


1 3 





n .0 











CATIL 


17 


1 9 


n J . 1 


u 


1 5 





0.0 





n 







3 f 


^ u 


D t T 


1. 

c 




■J 
f 




3 


ft 


n 

!J 




29 


?7 


9 i. t 


B 


1 9 


2 


*• .9 





? 





CHA PLFS 


19 


a s 


91 . B 


4 


«H 


4 


P .2 


3 


1 





nnTHT s TE p 


7 


h 




1 


■> 


1 


14.3 





1 





F PF nrp T cK 


53 


5 


fi4 .9 


1 1 


34 


8 


1 .1 


3 


5 





GA '^Pr r r 


1 


1 


1 J ') . 


2 







0.0 











H A p F p n 


62 


6 1 


9^.4 


f 


55 


1 


1 .6 


1 








H n 'J n T 


70 


•.s 


9 'J. 3 


?6 


40 


4 


5.7 


3 


1 





K r ( 


P 


8 


1 nn . r) 


1 


7 





.0 





n 







1 5? 


1 149 




60 


fl 9 


3 


2.0 


1 


2 





PPT NTF OrnPf F 'S 


25 1 


??0 


H7 


7 


21 ^ 


31 


1 2.3 


28 


2 


1 




1 5 


1 5 


n ).o 


1 


1 4 





0.0 











sr. f A r r • s 


22 


2? 


1 .1 


^ 


16 





n .0 





n 





<,ni»r "Sf" r 


12 


9 


7'^.0 





9 


3 


25.0 


1 


2 


a 


r At pf) t 


9 


8 


RP . 9 


2 


6 


1 


1 1 .1 





1 





UA 'in I fj^: roM 


21 


27 


9',.l» 


7 


20 


1 


■^.6 


1 










Kl 


03 


97.7 


«; 


3n 


1 


2 .1 


1 








UOTF STF R 





9 




2 


7 





0.0 











p A I f I -1 f r M f 


1 Pfc 


1 Sfi 




8 


1 50 


38 


1 9.4 


30 


p 





LE' fPANSFF^S 


1 ftU 


1 S9 


9,S.9 


77 


8' 


5 


' .0 


5 


n 






Norr: rRAMSFpRS rrruFrN units art iNCLuorn in individual Lr)CAL unit roTALs» but exfluhed from state tital. 



TABLE . 



rofAL NE- OPESS I Sfi'^'^ &r ^inOLE A NO CT'=^I*)«"n SCriODL LEVEL 

Br rroE cfonrTrATr 










PPC^FSSIDVAL 






PPOtflS I 1NAL 






LOCAL 'J'l I r 


TOTAL 


TO T AL 


AOVANCEO 


S T A MO aon 


TOTAL 


nE"? PEE 


NON- 


OTHE 








p >■ p c F v r 






"PE" 


Pi^RCENT 




0E5PFF 








17 2 


"7 . 1 


P 1 


3 91 


1 1 


2.9 


1 1 








ALL^*^A'if 


q 


9 


m.o 


? 







0.0 








3 


AN'VF AOUMD""!. 


70 


^ 9 


9P . 6 


10 


5° 


1 


1 .u 


1 








» L r I inoE 


6<) 


^9 


10 1.0 


22 


ti 7 





0.0 











c A 1 vf " r 


1 1 


I 


9"^ . 9 




7 


1 


° .1 


1 








L * * L I ^1 


ft 


H 


10 0.'^ 


1 


3 





0.0 











c A POL r 


S 1 


a 9 


9A . 1 


8 


1 1 


2 


.9 


2 






r'"'-iL 


17 


1 2 


1 ) ) . 


It 


9 





0.0 











CHAOLfS 


39 


5 


S9 . 7 


f> 


?o 


x 


10.3 


a 


n 





rin^^tir'C fen 
• J f I 'rj M f S t t *' 


1 H 


1 7 


9 a . « 


h 


1 1 


1 


5 . 5 


1 










1 £ 


1 


"3.3 


2 


P 


2 


1 A .7 


2 








r- 5 T r» r J- J- 


1 o 

1 r 


1 2 


1 a 1. 


1 


I I 





0.0 











H * ""r opn 


06 


6 


1 m .0 


5 


11 





o.O 













12 


•5? 


13 1.0 


7 


25 





0.0 











If ev f 


9 


9 


1 no .0 





9 


n 


n.o 





n 









?<t 


100.0 


1 1 


1 3 





0.0 











DDTurr r I n r> r r tt 


1 u 
1 •* 


1 1 


9 c .9 




1 5 


1 


7.1 


f 

I 


f\ 

u 





T 1)^ F A N rjf^ • S 




7 


<? 7. S 





7 


1 


12.5 


1 








sr. M 4 p r • s 


IP 


1 8 


101.0 


? 


If 





'1 .0 





o 







4 


U 


13 ).'^ 


■1 


4 





0.0 











r A I r f 


1 ? 


1 ? 


1 OT .1 





1 2 





'1 .0 





r> 





jamut; (o'j 


^« 


la 


10 J. 


u 


30 





0.0 















3 


1 01 .0 


n 







n .0 





n 







11 


1 1 


10 1." 


? 


9 





0.0 








1 


p «( r T*:npc f T r r 


37 


■•2 


pf> . 




27 


5 


1 "« .5 


5 








LEA f 3 A N bF F ■? S 


72 




9 4 . 'J 


1 9 


U 9 


a 


5.5 


U 





3 



^ln rt : fP4M<^FF»S nEfUFFN U\'ITS art TMCLUOFn in T f.'O I DU A L LOCAL UMT TOTALSt PUT EX'~LUO'-p CROU STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 



SrPACflTlONS BY OPGANIZAT I Of': PROF CS S 1 0^' A L STAFF M STHOOL LEVEL 

•AOYLAHD PU-ILIC SCHOOLS 

OCTOBER 1» 1976 TO SEPTEMBER 30 f 1977 

TOTAL ELE'^ENTARY SECOvr)ARY MIOOLE/COMBINEO 



LOCAL U*'TT 


NU MPER 


PCT . 


NUMPER PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT 


ALLTiA'JY 


5 ? 


6 . ? 


23 


6.7 


2 


6.1 


5 


5.1 


«r'Mr ADUNHFL 


3?<5 


7.9 




8 .8 


1 1 8 


6.7 


08 


« .5 


HALT I ""O^r 


U9S 


7.1 


229 


7.5 


21 5 


6.1 


51 


12.0 


r AL VFRT 


as 


11.9 


1 9 


1 .0 


1 


12.0 


1 5 


1 .0 


C A OL I ■'I J 


3S 


11.9 




5.6 


22 


10.6 


7 


19.0 


C A " P L L 


1 no 


9.7 


37 


7.9 


38 


M 


29 


l".l 


CFCTL 


52 


7.8 


26 


a.<4 


22 


8.8 


1 


"< .8 


CHAPL E*- 


JO'S 


11.6 


i|7 


1 2.0 


02 


10.4 


1 7 


7.3 


TOi^rHEST'P 


2^ 


7.? 


1 3 


9.0 


5 


0.0 


8 


7.9 




1 3') 


10.8 


75 


12.0 


56 


10.9 


5 


0.1 


q « roe: T T 


ao 


1?.6 


1 U 


9.8 


10 


12. "3 


1 2 


19.7 


H A^FOF n 


1 55 


*> .O 


76 


P .6 


08 


7.0 


31 


9.5 


MOW ft Rn 


127 


B.7 


56 


9.2 


35 


8.^ 


31 


8.3 


KENT 


33 


16.2 


10 


10.3 


10 


16.1 


1 3 


1 P .1 


"io'ino"rRY 


5 ? 'S 


7.7 


251 


fl , 3 


2 6 8 


7.0 


7 


3.3 


Pt'l'CE r-FoPCF'S 


1) B9 


6. a 


216 


5.9 


252 


6.6 


21 


1 7.2 


OIM r ij AM'ir 'S 


27 


9. «. 


fl 


9.3 


9 


11.0 


5 


5.5 


I . M A " Y • S 


7ft 


11.0 


■^7 


12.3 


1 9 


10.7 


20 


i^.e 


SOIt" psr 1 


?? 


9.1 


6 


6.3 


1 


12.7 


2 


5.0 


1 AL «0 T 


3(S 


1 ?.o 


1 9 


1 6 .8 


9 


8.1 


8 


1 'i.S 


UASnj^n TON 


R9 


7.3 


36 


7.0 


28 


7.7 


25 


7.3 


ui cof« I ro 


6t 


7.9 


22 


6.3 


37 


9.6 


2 


6.3 


WORCESTER 


31 


7.8 


12 


8.9 


10 


7.^ 


9 


7.3 


PALTIHor-r CTTY 


71 3 


7.7 


3t? 


7.2 


337 


8.T 


60 


8.5 


l.r/v TROMSFFO^ 


107 


0.0 


29 


0.0 


57 


0.0 


21 




TOTAL STATF 


3»687 


7.7 


1 t 680 


7 .7 


1 .589 


7 .0 


018 


P .6 



•iiTr; TPA»JSrf:"b TFTMEF" UNITS ARE INCLUDEO IN TNOIVIOUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS* 

pui Fxcr unED from state totals. 




TABLE 

63 

SEP A"? AT IONS : PPOFeSSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 
KAPYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 





0CT09E=? 1» 


1976 TO 


SEOTEMBER 30» 1977 












*^ C HOOL 


YEAR 


SUMMER 


LOCAL DNTT 


TOTAL 


TOT AL 


1976 


-77 


1977 




NUMBER 


PCT . 


fJUHPFP 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT. 


^LLEHANY 


52 


6.2 


9 


1 . 1 


43 


5.1 


A'.'NE A9UNPFL 


329 


7.9 


83 


2 .0 


'i tl L 
? 4 O 




" »L TI»09F 


i»95 


7.1 


117 


2.1 




5.0 


r » 1 \/ r D T 




1 1 • y 


e 


2 .0 


40 


9.9 


1^ o n y L 1 ^ C 




1 I • T 


7 


2.4 


28 


9.5 


CAPPOLL 


100 


9.7 


30 


? .9 


70 


6.8 


err IL 


52 


7.8 


19 


'.9 


3-3 


5.0 


c^'ADi rs 


106 


11.6 


96 


10.5 


10 


1.1 


rjnpcMrsT^" 


?f> 


7.2 


ti 


1 , 1 


22 


6.1 


r" EOF" I Cf 


136 


10.8 


20 


1 .9 


11? 


8.9 


1 /« (?pr TT 


«0 


12.6 


13 


4.1 


27 


8.5 


HdPFOPO 


155 


8.« 


4? 


2 


113 


6.1 


HOUA^T 


12? 


3.7 




2.9 


8 1 


5.8 


K TN T 


3 3 


16.2 


1 


1 .5 


30 


14.7 


ION T'^iO'^r R Y 


526 


7.7 


1 37 


?.o 


389 


5.7 


P'^INCr GFOPGF'S 


1189 


6.4 


1 30 


1 .7 


359 


4.7 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


2? 


8.6 


4 


1 . 6 


18 


7.1 


ST. "APY'S 


76 


1 1 .1 


1 7 


2 .6 


59 


8.9 




c. 


1 


U 


1.7 


18 


7.4 


TALB" T 


36 


12.0 


5 


1 .7 


31 


10.3 


UlSHI«"-,TO*i 


89 


7.3 


41 


3.4 


48 


3.9 


1.1 CO" ICO 


61 


7.9 


1 5 


1 .9 


46 


6.0 


UTRCrSTEP 


31 


7.8 


7 


1 . 


24 


6.1 


nALTI>'nPF CITY 


713 


7.7 


296 


3 .2 


417 


4.5 


LFA TPANSrrKS 


107 


0.0 


7 


n .1 


ion 


0.0 


TOIAl, ST/>Tr 


3t 687 


7.7 


1 1 175 


2.4 


2 f51? 


5.2 



rrir: TRAMSFFPS PFTU^EN UMITS ARE MCLUPED IN I'JDIVIPUAL LOC<»L UM T TOTALS* 
"DT EXCLUTFO FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

64 



CMJ'^E OF SFPioariON 
T 1 T « L 
nrA T H 

D "nrp'^n 

I«j i^nTHEP STflir oR COUNTRY 

"ILTTa-'Y Sfvicr 

r- r c, T n >, r n 
Tn '•TiinY 

•ovrq »UAY 
HBPPirn 

Tr Til T Y 
Hnur nr S"0«JST L r T Y 
PF BSOK'* L !f L'lF 
ms^»TTSFI'-n UTTM TF/i'"HIMr, 
1TMrr> op ft-Tj/r Misr UNKNOWN 



FOP T 'J Y 

r n n M /> T'> " I T Y 

IHD lurjLS^ OP nJHFP FEfiSONS 
r^4-<^rro 10 iNOTMc-p LOCAL UNIT 



S'P&RATIO'JS BY cause: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LEVEL 
KAPYLA^u PUBLIC SCHOOL'^ 
OCTOOEt? 1 . 1 976 TO SFPTFMBFP 30. 1 977 



GPANO TOTAL 
SCHOOL YR. sun^E'' 
TOTAL 1976-77 1977 



ELF"ENTAPY 
SCHOOL YR. SUMMMER 
TOTAL 1 976-77 1 977 



TOTAL 



SECONDARY 
SCHOOL YR. SUMHfR 
1976-77 1977 



"lODLr/COWPINED 
SCHOOL YR. %\jnnn 
TOTAL 1976-77 1977 



6 fl7 


1 t 1 7 5 


2t 51 2 


1 » 6 


56 9 


1 f 1 1 1 


1 t 589 


4 74 


1 » 1 1 s 


4 18 


13? 


286 


51 


32 


22 


20 


1 2 


8 


2 4 


1 2 


1 2 


1 


8 


7 


661 


120 


50 1 


338 


55 


28 3 


27? 


54 


2 1 « 


51 


1 1 


SO 


.111 


16 


98 


35 


5 


^0 


60 


6 


54 


19 


5 


1» 


109 


1 6 


91 


36 


5 


31 


59 


9 


5" 


14 


4 


1" 


?a 


1 


23 


a 





It 


14 


1 


13 


6 





6 


2? 3 


7U 


1 (1 9 


5a 


1 6 


38 


1 54 


52 


10? 


1 = 


6 





2 





2 


1 





1 


1 





1 










11 n 


27 




38 


1 ? 


26 


66 


1 4 


5? 


6 


1 


5 


7tt2 


208 


531 


385 


123 


2b? 


P89 


70 


214 


7' 


1 5 


58 


«1 


R 


33 


15 




12 


14 


3 


1 1 


1? 


2 


10 


1 1*; 


7 7 


38 


62 


HQ 


18 


30 


20 


1*1 


2"' 


1 » 


10 


150 


6S 


85 


76 


32 


<t4 


5S 


22 


3-' 


19 


1 1 


K 


73 


1 7 


26 


32 


1 B 


1 « 


34 


24 


1" 


7 


5 


? 


93 


c c; 


38 


21 


1 6 


K 


50 


31 


23 


18 


P 


10 


5"? 


20i» 


3i»5 


237 


91 


116 


7 70 


94 


176 


8 2 


19 


63 


1 30 


1 1 


119 


36 


2 


34 


8"^ 


8 


7*1 


1 1 


1 


10 


3S9 


1 76 


1 P3 


200 


1 1 9 


121 


79 


41 


38 


40 


1 6 


74 


9n 


36 


62 


50 


16 


34 


36 


1 3 


23 


12 


7 




1 7 


7 


100 


29 


2 


27 


57 


3 


54 


21 


2 




APE 


NOT INCLUDED IN 


STATE TOTALS 



















SrP»R/VTIONS RY CAUSP-: "ROFESS T ONa L STUFF AT SCMOOL LF! VEL 
raPYLA^D PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBE'? 1. 1976 TO SEPTEWBE" 30. 1977 



TABLE 

65 





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10 


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51-53 


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61 


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71 


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20 


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TABLE 

66 



SrPAPfiTinNS f^Y CAUSE'-: PBOFESSIONftL STftFF AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL 

fAPYLA'iD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTO-^E"? 1 . 1 976 TO SEPTFMBE" 30f 1977 



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UN ITS 


ADE INCLUDED 




I NDI VIDUAL 


L OCAL 


UWIT 


TOTALS 


, BUT 


EXCLUDED 


FROM 


STATE 


TOTALS . 















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51-53 


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61 


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71 


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20 


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62 


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73 


Maternity 


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54/7A 


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63 


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72/75 


IlJrness of other 


! 


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In nnoLlKT local unit or Md. 
M.it < I). ()l . of I'.fliicnLlon 






64 
65 
66 
67 


Maternity 

Home responsibility 
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III .inot.lK r foiinlry or slalc 

■ M,l In- 1 1 1 III I, ,11 „f hli-||, r 


'liu a 1 1 on 


r tiunpu!) 1 1 c St hoo 1 


68 69 


Other or cause unknown 







SfPa^aTIOWS BY CAUSEvV: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SFCONDAey «;CHCOL LEVEL 

•MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1. 1976 TO SFPTEI"BEP 30 » 1977 



TABLE 

67 



L'^C^L U'(I T 





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10 


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7 


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CODE 
10 
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n- 37 



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In .inollii r (ouiilry or -iLdtc 
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51-53 Government service, business, 

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bii/lU Armed Service 



thK.iLlon or nonpublic, school 



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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 of other reasons 



4 



TABLE 

68 



SfPifflTIONS PY CAUSE*: PP OF CS S I N« L STAFF AT CO-pINFO AND ""inPLF SCHOOL LEVEL 

"A'^YLA'IO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
nCTORE" If 1<?76 TO SFFTE'^BEP 30 . 1 977 





TO T AL 


10 


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66 


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I- At 1 t "fM- ( (, 1 Y 




II 


1 ? 


ti 


? 


1 





(J 





1 


6 


n 


6 


6 


3 













? 


I OTHL ST A ir 


ll 1 p 


I 


1 


\ 


?l 


1 1 


6 


1 5 





6 


73 


1 2 


23 


19 


7 


18 


82 


1 1 


BO 


12 


MOtr : TP ftf.'Sr fus nrTWtEM 


W ITS 


ARE T»'CLUnEO 


IN INDIVIDUAL 


LOCAL 


UNIT 


T OT ALS 


. BUT 


EXCLUDED 


FROM 


STATE 


TOTALS. 













01)1. rXPLANATION 






Non- teaching 




Other Voluntary Resignation 




Leave of Absence 


III IX. 1 111 




51-53 


Covornmont service, business, 


61 


Study 


71 


Study 


1'. 1 1 r ' til 






or defense work 


62 


Moved 


73 


Maternity 


'!-'■/ h r 'i|i|)< (1 




54/74 


Armed Service 


63 


Married 


72/75 


Illness of other 










64 


Ma terni ty 






1 ■ Iiiri/ 








65 


Home responsibility 






III .iioi Ik r 1 


'!( .1 1 iin 1 I or Mil . 






66 


Personal illness 






. 1 .1 1 - 1). |i 1 . 


of L'lii' .1 Ll on 






67 


Dissatisfied with teaching 






'.1 111 ill.lllni ( 


Diiiiliy or ■.L/iLc 






68-69 


Other or cause unknown 






- III .1 H.|. Ill- 


M 1 III t')ti »r lil|',li> r 


' 'Imi .1 1 1 on 


or non|)Ml)1 1 c sclioo 1 











NfU POOFESSIONAL ST«FF AT SCHOOL LEVCLI BY OPR* NT 7A T I ON 
•(ARYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1» 1976 TO SEPTEMBER 30 t 1977 

»LL Tr»CHE''S »ND PRINCIPALS NE« TEACHTRS »N0 PRINCIPALS 

TOTAL ELFMENTAOY HIGH M I nO LF /C r P I NE D 



1 OC AL UM T 


TOT AL 


EL EM 


HIGH 


NID/COM 


NUfBE" 


PERCENT 


NUMSE P 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUHPE9 


per: 


ALirr,A'/Y 


P35 


303 


390 


10? 


50 


6 .0 


22 


6.1 


?0 


5.1 


8 


7. P 


AN'!«" »R1"J0FL 


«t 1 ft6 


1 f 810 


1 .772 


584 


329 


7.9 


129 


7.1 


130 




70 


12." 


^ AL TI ''OPr 


6t930 


?t977 


3f 510 


UI43 


<»50 


6,5 


1 72 


"5.8 


209 


5.9 


69 


15,6 


CALVFfT 


01 B 


199 


121 


96 


63 




28 


11.1 


21 


19.5 


1 1 


11.5 


C 4 a^L r V 


P«8 


107 


1«8 


33 


29 


10.1 


6 


5.6 


19 


12.8 


1 


12.1 


r t onoL L 


1 .051 


a?3 


321 


310 


12'' 


1 ? .1 


10 


".5 


37 


1 1 .5 


51 


16. 5 


' ^ C I L 


<,on 


322 


?58 


1 1<I 


8t 


11.7 


10 


12.1 


29 


1 1 . ' 


12 


10.5 


' h A'Lr*. 


965 


HZ 


298 


255 


1 55 


16.1 


67 


16.3 


19 


16.1 


■»9 


15.3 


f'O "'•HF S Tf P 


367 


111 


1 1 5 


111 


30 


9 .3 


9 


6.1 


7 


6.t 


18 


16. ? 


( r>r "r O J r K 


1 t ?70 


630 


512 


128 


1H7 


11.6 


82 


13.0 


53 


10. ■« 


1 2 


9.1 


' e cr f 1 T 


316 


1«6 


109 


61 


39 


1?.3 


1 7 


1 1 .6 


10 


9.2 


1 ? 


19.7 


u J 7 r 1 or) 


1 t <<R 1 


879 


661 


3«1 


183 


9.7 


75 


8.5 


62 


9 .« 


16 


13.5 


un j/( 


1 t«<^« 


623 


B59 


372 


170 


11.7 


68 


10.9 


70 


15.3 


32 


8.6 


» r '<■ T 


1 9» 


70 


60 


68 


27 


1 3.6 


10 


11.3 


8 


13.3 


9 


13.? 


■'f/-i Tl " •«>" P Y 


6. Ml 


2te90 


3. Q9« 


227 


301 


1.5 


125 


1.3 


152 


I.-* 


21 


10.6 


rPl*'"E '^FORG'^'S 


7,';31 


"•t620 


3 r 796 


115 


Il2? 


5.6 


1 57 


1.3 


251 


6.6 


19 


12.2 


fJI/rcH AVNE'S 


?67 


89 


8 5 


93 


39 


12-7 


11 


12. 1 


1 5 


17.7 


8 


8.6 


ST. "SPY'S 


67q 


310 


1 81 


183 


86 


i?.e 


16 


11.8 


2? 


12.1 


18 


9.8 


SOHFRSFT 


?«? 


95 


108 


39 


22 


9.1 


6 


6.3 


12 


11.1 


1 


10.3 


TAL'^OT 




in? 


1 1 1 


80 


29 


9.R 


8 


7.8 


9 


8.1 


1 2 


15.0 


w* S" T'JG TON 


1 .?«o 


539 


366 


319 


123 


9.8 


61 


11.3 


28 


7.7 


T1 


9.7 


WIC ox ic^ 


77R 




393 


33 


72 


9.3 


25 


7.1 


11 


11. ^ 




9.1 


UOR'"FSTFR 


389 


1?8 


135 


126 


25 


6 .« 


5 


^.9 


9 


6.7 


1 1 


8.7 


"ALTMOPE CITY 


fl t 857 


a.l?«t 


u . 006 


727 


321 


3.6 


88 


2.1 


196 


1 .9 


•<7 


5. 1 


I FA TRJ'.SFERS 














312 


0.0 


106 


0.0 


161 


O.n 


72 


O.P 


rom STATE 


B7 1 71? 


?lt33l 


21. nil 


U. 990 


2.978 


6.2 


1.191 


5.6 


1 . 301 


6.1 


1« 6 


9.-' 



TABLE 

69 



•OT'-: T''4'ISf'"DS orfjrr«| U'HTS A^E INCLUOED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. 
OUT FYCLUnrn FPO" STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

70 



NrU PROFESSIOM*l ST«FF AT SCHOOL LFVEL: BY SOUPTF 
HA9YL4V0 PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOPER 1» 197t TO SFPTrf«PEP '0 t 1977 



LOCAL UNIT 



NEU TO 
LOCAL UNIT 



IWEXPEPIF^'CEO 



TOTAL 
NUr»BER PCT 



9FS 
OF ••0. 



"ES 
OTHEP 



TOTAL 
NUMRE" PCT. 



EXPF?IE«)CEO 
TAUGHT I^l LAST TAUGHT 

IM T976-77 BEFORE 1976-77 
IN WO. OTHER IN "O. OTHER 



SLLEfjANY 


50 


?B 


56.0 


20 





22 


00.0 


3 





9 


6 


ANNE ARUVOEL 


3?9 


I 70 


52.9 


1 1 B 


56 


1 55 


07.1 


39 


23 


08 


05 


"AL T I«OPr 


150 


213 


7.' 


1 70 


39 


237 


■52.7 


123 


29 


5? 


33 


C AL Vt " 1 


6 3 


23 


36.5 


1 5 


8 





63.5 


1 2 


1 


6 


1 ? 


r^AOm THir 
L ft"t'L 1 N L 




1 ' 


P • O 


I <r 




J i' 


o 1 • 1 


J 


5 


d 





CARROLL 


1 ? R 


81 


A3. 


67 


1 4 


07 


■^6 .7 


1 1 


(, 


2 1 


Q 


CECIL 


m 


13 


53.1 


1 7 


26 


7 P 


06.9 


1 6 


1 6 


5 


1 


CH«RL'"S 


155 


79 


51 .0 


5 9 


20 


76 


09.0 


1 8 


?fl 


8 


22 






I *• 


fl 1 o 


t o 

1 r 






D D 

» " • n 


1 u 


2 


6 


2 


r^^n-" ^iri^ 


1 d 7 


7 5 




7 4 


1 
1 


7 ^ 


U 9 . 


C J 






1 1 


n APPET T 


39 


71 


69.2 


?« 


3 


1 ? 




2 


6 


3 


1 


M(»RFO"n 


Ifl^ 


lift 


60.5 


P? 


26 






\ 7 


17 


16 


15 


MOW* PP 


1 70 


75 


00.1 


^>9 


6 






29 


2" 


22 


20 




7 


1 7 
1 ' 




o 


1 1 




^ f • J 


c 


^^ 


1 


•% 

J 


MO 'J TriMf-OY 


301 


93 


■"0.9 


70 


23 


20P 


69.1 


03 


3P 


1 


86 


P9XUr' r,roRr,F«S 


H27 


221 


53.1 


1 77 


07 


1 98 


06.9 


21 


07 


03 


87 


our EN ANNE'S 


30 


21 


61 .P 


16 


5 


13 


T8.2 


6 




3 


1 


ST. lARY'S 


B6 


31 


36.0 


17 


10 


55 


63.9 


20 


7 


12 


12 


SPMERSEI 


?? 


17 


77.3 


1 7 





5 


22.7 


3 





1 


1 


T AL POT 


?o 


23 


79.3 


1 5 


p 


6 


20.7 


5 





1 


P 


'JASHI^T-TON 


1 2-^ 


38 


30 . 9 


23 


15 


85 


69.1 


70 


a 


3 





UI CO"! CO 


7? 


10 


61.1 


38 


6 


28 


38.9 


10 


7 


8 


3 


WOTE ST Ef^' 


?5 


15 


60.0 


12 


3 


10 


00.0 





3 


2 


1 


PALTI"ORr CITY 


3?1 


250 


79.1 


23P 


1 6 


67 


20.9 


1 6 


15 


23 


13 


LEA TRANSFERS 


3«»? 





0.0 








302 


100.0 


187 





155 





T T AL STATE 


? . 97« 


1 f 700 


58.6 


1 »3R6 


358 


1 f 230 


01.0 


325 


31? 


201 


39 6 



note: Toft^SFFDS RFTUFEN UNITS A" E INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS* 

PUT pyrLunrn f^ow state totals. 



TABLE 

HEJ PR0FESSI0N»L STAFF aT ELENENTA'Y SCHOOL LEV^IL: BY SOURCE 
f-APYLft^.'D PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
0CIO3ER X» l"»76 TO SEPTEJ'BF.'' 30t 1977 



EXPERIEMCEn 









INFXPERIFNCEO 








T A 1 in HT 

I w 'J u n 1 


I N 


1 A ^ T 


TA IIRMT 
1 w y t3 rf 1 




VEU TO 


TOTAL 


PES 


PES 


TOT «L 


IN 1976 


-77 


6 E FOPE 


1976—77 


LO'"«L UNIT 


LO CAL UNIT 


NU'<3ER PCT. 


OF "ID . 


Q T p 


NUMflFO 


PCT. 


IN '•0 . 


OT HE P 


IN "^0 . 


OTHER 


ALL Er-»N' Y 




1 1 


63.6 


1 9 







"'6.9 





1 


9 


4 


ANNF AOU'iOEL 


1 ?9 


61 


17. ■« 


n fi 


n 


o ^ 


~ ♦ » 


20 


5 


25 


18 




I f 


75 


15.3 




11 


9 9 


~ ■» . f 


9 6 


ft 


26 


1 4 


r Ai w rD T 


Q 


1 1 


5 V . J 


p 


J 


1 ' 


o ' f . / 


O 


C 


■» 




r A o nt T M r 

L ** K 'J L INC. 


1. 


l» 


66.7 




U 


? 


3-'. 3 


"J 




1 


1 


CAOPOLL 




?5 


62.? 


?3 


? 


I ^ 


T 7 <; 


2 


1 


8 


4 


CECIL 


«0 


21 


60.0 


1 


1 9 


I ^ 


*• » 


8 


9 


3 


1 


CM APL r s 


67 


39 


S8.? 


36 


3 




I • ft 


6 


1 


9 


8 


noPCHfST^R 


9 


a 


1) . 


9 







•^■5.5 


4 




I 


P 


rRFnf''lC'^ 


J? 


«■> 


5». P 


9 9 


1 






1 


1 1 


1 1 


5 


G A°Pr T T 


17 


I 3 


76.'; 


1 1 


? 






1 


1 


1 


1 


HARF OOQ 


75 


97 


A? . 7 


9 3 


9 


? 


"^7*3 


5 


7 


9 


7 


HOWATi 


&t 


01 


60.3 


3 


? 


2 7 


^ • 7 


3 


9 


9 


1 1 


I' FN T 


1 'J 


7 


70.0 


■» 

? 


£1 




TO n 


u 


1 


1 


I 




IOC 


36 


2R. B 




O 


89 


71 .2 


9 9 


Q 


1 a 


J r. 


"Piwrr r.rnprr's 


1 S7 


<J<i 


S9.<J 


7? 


77 


t 


n , 1 


? 


P 


20 


33 




I 1 


9 


fli .n 


9 


T 


? 


1 «.2 




1 


1 







n J. 


1 5 


32. f 


9 




31 


67.9 








c 

— 








fl3. ^ 


5 





1 


16.7 


1 


n 





n 


T AL pnT 


n 


7 




5 


2 


1 


12.-; 


1 


o 





n 


UASHI'TiTON 




10 


16. « 


6 


4 


51 


83,6 


92 


9 


3 


2 


UI COf«T (.0 




16 


66.0 


16 





9 


36. C 


3 


? 


9 


n 


yoBrrsTFP 


s 


? 


«0.0 


7 





7 


60.0 





1 


2 


r> 


f>ALTI"OPr CITY 




75 


85.2 


73 


2 


1 ^ 


19 .P 


5 


2 


4 


2 


LFA TOA'JSFFPS 







0.0 








106 


100 .0 


92 


n 


69 


n 


TO T AL S T A ! F 


1 f 1 91 


6P? 


57.3 


5«9 


9P 


50'' 


92.7 


166 


90 


101 


' 52 



note: ToANSFFOt, nFlUFFN UNITS ARE INCLUDEO IM IN0IVIDU*L LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt 

RUT ExriunEO FPo^' state totals. 



TABLE 



MEW PRO'^''SSIOH*L SUFF AT SECO"in«'»Y SCHOOL LEVEL! SOURCE 
r»t>YL»»0 PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCroqE"? It 1 976 TO SEOTEHBf 30. 1 977 

EXPERIENCED 

TMEXPEPIfMrEO TAUGHT IN L»ST TAUGHT 





*;EU TO 




T OT AL 


PES 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1976 


-77 


BEFORE 


1976-77 


LOCAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUMBER PCT. 


OF "D. 


OTHER 


NUHBER 


PCT . 


IN HD. 


OTHER 


IN "D. 


OTHER 


ALLFn «N Y 


20 


12 


60.0 


9 


3 


H 


ttO.O 


1 


7 


4 


1 


AN'NF « RUN PEL 


130 


7«l 


56.9 


08 


26 


56 


1 


9 


13 


16 


IP 


HALT r "OHF 


209 


103 




73 


30 


106 


50.7 


5B 


l"* 


19 


16 


CAL VTRT 


?a 


7 


29.? 


4 




1 


70.8 


5 




1 


6 


CAROLINE 


19 


11 


57.9 


7 




9 


<»?.l 


2 


3 


1 


7 



CARROLL 37 1 9 51 .3 I« 5 IP «l fl . 6 5 2 8 3 

CECIL 29 II 37.9 7 1 8 62.1 6 10 2 O 

CHAPLFS 09 26 53.1 ! 7 9 2' <I6.9 11" 2 10 

T0RrHrsT<-o 7 3 «2.9 2 1 57.1 10 2 1 

cqcr^rcicv 51 26 09.1 26 '7 50.9 13 « 5 5 



G APPET 1 


10 





«0.0 


3 


1 


6 


60.0 


1 


3 


? 


n 




6? 


02 


67.7 


20 


18 


20 


37.3 


7 


5 


5 




H0U«rn 


70 


20 


28.6 


1 a 


2 


50 


71.0 


23 


1 T 


10 


6 




p 


6 


75.0 


1 


5 


7 


25.0 





2 





P 


"O'JinOMERY 


15? 


50 


32.9 


3S 


15 


107 


67.1 


10 


27 


20 


50 


PKINCr r.FORGE'S 


251 


1 1 8 


07.0 


96 


72 


1 3'' 


•>3.0 


19 


38 


73 


53 


OUFEN Afi«'r»S 


1 S 


8 


53.3 








7 


06.7 


3 


7 


1 


I 


SI. M^RY♦S 


27 


10 


05.5 


5 


5 


1 7 


50 .5 


5 


1 


3 


3 


SOMrPSFT 


1 2 


9 


75.0 


9 







7^.C 


2 


n 





1 


T AL POT 


9 


7 


77. P 


« 


3 


? 


77.7 


2 


n 








WASHINr,T'>N 


?B 


12 


02.9 


q 





1 6 


57.1 


12 


•) 


n 


? 


UI CO«T CO 


00 


26 


59.1 


20 


6 


1 8 


00.9 


6 


5 





■» 


UORrrSTER 


9 


5 


55.5 


5 








00.0 


3 


1 





n 


MALTIwOPr CITY 


1 96 


156 


79.6 


1 00 


1 7 


on 


70. 


7 


1? 


10 


7 


LEA TRANSFERS 


16" 





0.0 








1 60 


100.0 


101 





6 3 


n 


TO T »L ST n E 


t . 301 


765 


58 .8 


5«»0 


1 P5 


536 


1.7 


100 


166 


79 


191 


NOTf: T'ANSFros 


BflwFFN UKITS 


ARE INCLUDED IN 


I^JOIVIOUAL LOCAL 


UNI T 


TOTALS 


t 









PUl FXriuPFO FPOM <;TATE TOTALS. 




Sru OO0CESSI0V4L STSPr ar " I D L C/ C i "R I NE H SCHOOL LEV^l: RY SOyi^CE 
f-APYLftVO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOSEP 1, ig7<, TO Sr°Tf:fBf 30. t977 



EXPCIENCED 









IwrxDroiF»iCEn 








TAUGHT 


I N 


LAST 


TA UGHT 




NEW TO 




TOT AL 


RES 


"E S 


TOTAL 


IM 1976 


-77 


BEFOPE 


1976-77 


L r ■L UN I T 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUIBEf PCT . 


or -0 , 


T Hr p 




°C T. 


IN "0. 


OTHE R 


IN »^D. 


OTHE R 


«LL FG»fv Y 


fl 


2 


25.0 


1 


1 


6 




2 


2 


1 


1 




70 


39 


55.7 


26 


13 


31 


tt* .3 


10 


5 


7 


9 


n*L TI"ORE 


69 


3?" 


86.0 


27 




■^7 


';"'.6 


19 


8 


7 


3 


r *L V?; R T 


1 1 


5 


95.*; 


3 


? 


6 


5« .5 


1 





2 


3 


Ci^OLINF 




? 


50.0 


1 


1 


r 


^ '.' • u 


1 


n 





1 


CAOPOLL 


51 


37 


72.5 


30 


7 


1« 


27.5 


« 


3 


5 


2 


CECIL 


I? 


8 


66.7 


3 


5 


a 


33.3 


2 


2 








CH » PL rs 


39 


1 1 


35.9 


6 


8 


25 


60.1 


1 1 


8 


2 


4 


nORCHt"STcR 


1 8 


7 


38.9 


6 


1 


1 1 


61 .1 


5 


2 


3 


1 


fREOfl Cf 


1? 


4 


33.7 










6 6,7 


2 


1 


4 


1 


r, aRPTTT 


1? 


11 


83.3 


to 





2 


16.7 




2 





n 




tt6 


29 


63.0 


25 


a 


1 7 


36. 9 


5 




2 


5 


HOU» c 


3? 


1« 


03.7 


1 2 


2 


1 8 


'56.3 


3 


s 


3 


7 


' ^ N T 


9 


n 


OQ . « 


2 


2 


5 


55.=; 


2 


1 





2 


•'0NTG'^''F''Y 


? • 


7 


29.2 


- 


2 


1 7 


70 . p 


A 


7 


2 


4 


PRTNC GFORGf'S 


1« 


1 2 


85.7 


9 


3 


•> 


1« .3 





1 





1 


OUEFN ANNE'S 


P 


Q 


50.0 


3 


1 


a 




3 


n 


1 


P 


SI. "APY'S 






33.3 


3 


3 


1 2 


66.7 


5 


1 


3 


4 


so"rp'' EI 


« 


3 


75.0 




n 


1 


25. r 





n 


1 





T «L T 


1? 


9 


75.0 


6 


3 


3 


25.0 


2 


r> 


1 





WASHI •'5T0N 


3» 


16 


«7. t 


Q 


7 


18 


57.9 


1 6 


7 








Ul COHI CO 


T 


2 


66.7 


2 





1 


13. :> 


1 


o 





n 


UORCFST ER 


11 


ft 


72.7 


5 


3 


T 


27.3 


1 


1 





1 


BALTI-'ORF CITY 


37 


23 


62.2 


21 


2 


1« 


37.8 


4 


1 


5 


4 


LEA TRANSFFIPS 


72 





0.0 


n 





7? 


lon.o 


«« 


n 


28 





TOTAL STATE 


4 86 


297 


61.1 


222 


75 


189 


18.9 


59 


56 


21 


51 



note: TPA»)Srt"PS 8ETUEEN UNITS AO E INCLUOEH IN INnlVTOU&L LOCAL UNIT TOTALSt 
BUT EXCLUDED FROh STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

n 

73 



TABLE 

74 



VEu P'^orrss tn «jAL staff »t school lfv^l by art* froh uhicm they CAir 

►■APYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL'^ 
0CT'>3ER It IPfb TO Sf:°TFKBEP 30t 1977 



rxPEoiENcrn teachers 



TAur;HT IN 1976-77 



LAST TAUGHT PRIOR TO 76-77 



f. nr 4 PF no ] r, I W 



ALL H''U 
T r* CHfS 



I^JEXOER lENCEO 
T FACHRRS 



TOTAL 



PiJRLir N0NP1JBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



FORMER 
Mn. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 



NEW TO 
HD. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 



TOTi^L 

fi;.I?Yl AMH 
nUT OF STUT"^ 
ir li TRAf"^F'"t'S 



? . 97« 



1 f 7 14 '« 
1 f 306 

35B 




1 t23ii 
PAP 
70fl 
31? 



515 

258 
187 



129 
6P 
511 

n 



153 

30P 
n 



anil 

48 
39 6 
O 



(^nPIFo t;TSTFS 



HFL 1 UAPF 

oiSTRirT 0- coru'^oio 

PFtj'iSYLVA'II A 

V T " r I M A 

jr ST Vr "ni MI A 



«6 
67 
1 91 
10/- 
?1 



17 

25 
123 



2Q 

• ? 

68 
17 



21 
5 
27 
27 
11 



6 



'>r J Y f*" 
^' U JLK Sr r 

OM I 

HKS'.ACHti<;ri Ts 

F L P I A 



1 36 
76 

5? 
36 
27 



51 
3^ 
12 
8 
2 



8? 
«t 

?8 
2*: 



30 
19 
17 
11 
7 



• 9 

27 
17 



t.'ODTH C/<"0L1NA 

r n IF o^NT A 

rnr, mpcT I'-in 
n LI NOI s 



27 
21 
1 9 
19 
1 P 



2? 
23 
12 
1^ 
1 3 



11 
9 
7 

n 

6 



9 
1? 
« 
9 

7 



n 1 Mr (' /> r f A '. 



15 



1R 



29 



1 ?« 



«7 



36 



10 



79 



T3 



MOlr : I(JAi)<,r(iM, iTIurf" lOfAL IIMIIS APF NflT INCLUHCD IM STATE TOTALS. 



L. 



VEU P" nFi^SS rON «L STAFF AT E L E *1E *JT A " Y SCHOnj, LEVEL RY AREA F^^OM UHICH THEY CAMF 

l-ARYLAWD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTORE'? t. 1976 TO SEPTEMBE" 30f 1977 



TABLE 

75 



EXPEPTE^'CFC TEACHERS 



TAUGHT IN 1976-77 



LAST TAUnHT PRIOP TO 76- 



« PE A OF PPIGIN 



ALL NFU 
T FACHERS 



INEXPERIENCED 
T EACHEfS 



TOTAL 



"URLIC NONDiJRLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



FORMER NEU TO 
"^D. PUBLIC MO. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS SCHOOLS 



TOTAL 

MARYt AND 
OUT OF STATE 
LEA TRAN«^FFRS 



1 191 
957 

106 



682 
584 
98 




509 
37^ 

106 



219 
1 PP 
73 
12 



37 
20 
1 7 




8" 
140 
n 
61 



17-5 
21 
15? 
n 



BOP"<F'> ^TAfrS 



PELAUAPr 

nrsTPicT 0^ COLUMBIA 

PEN'ISYLV "NI A 
VI "»GI NI A 



IP 

25 
42 
39 
7 



7 
12 
23 
7 
1 



1 1 

19 
T2 

6 



3 
1 
11 
?? 

« 



NFJ YO^K 
fifU JERSTY 
FLO" 10 A 
CAL TFOP'.'T A 
OHIO 



30 
21 
15 

m 

14 



12 
10 

I 
5 



18 
13 
15 
13 
9 



15 
6 
9 
7 
« 



maS"^achusetts 

•lOOTH CA''OLIN« 
CON'FcT irUT 
r,ro"GI A 
T 'tn T A M A 

OTH'-D STAirS 

flTHf (ifFAS 



17 
9 

e 

7 
7 

57 

n 




2 
1 
4 

2 

10 
1 



1 ? 
7 
7 

^ 

5 
47 
1? 



2 
4 
a 
1 
1 

13 



»0Tr: Tc/ii'srcos PriUEEfi L^iCAL UNITS A'^E ')0T INCLUQED I^ STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

76 



«'ru POOrrSS TON AL STAFF »T SFCONOaoY SCHOOL LEVFL Br 

^•APYLA^IU PUPLIC SCHOOLS 
0CTO9E9 If 1 976 TO SFPT t;»iBf:'' 3Ti 



APEA FPO«l WHICH THEY CAME 



1977 



EXPEPTENCrr TEACHERS 



TAUGHT IN 1976-77 



LAST TAUSHT PRIOP TO 76-77 



tTi OF 0PIrI^| 



AH M''U 
T r ACHFR S 



INEXOERIENCFO 
TFACHLPS 



TOT At 



"URLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



F ORMER 
10. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 



NEW TO 
10. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 



TOT «L 

IftTYLA 

OUT OF STAir 
Lr« TPAMSF^TS 



1 . 301 

923 
■51? 
V. 161 



765 
580 
1B5 




ST*, 

313 
357 
169 



210 
1 73 
1 3P 
101 



56 

2" 





57 

1 2" 
r> 

63 



713 
2? 
191 




T"L^UA"F 

OTSTPJcr If C^LU^PIA 

fr-iV^TLVt'lI n 

V T P J 'J I « 

yr ST V I Pf, I M 8 



21 
27 
115 
51 
11 



6 
6 
76 
13 
3 



l-? 
21 
39 
tl 
q 



11 
3 
16 
16 
6 



1 
13 
19 
20 

7 



OTHTD CHIEF ^OIIRCFS 



NFW YORK 
NFW JERSFY 
OHIO 

f'AS'^ACHU'^ETTS 
ILLINOIS 

'VOOTH C^^OLINA 
"IC^IGAM 
GFOPGI A 
CALIF O^NT A 
SOUTH CAROLINA 



73 
3B 
31 
19 

17 

1? 
11 
9 

9 
8 



27 
13 
5 
7 
6 

2 
6 
1 

1 



16 
?5 
26 
1 ? 
6 

10 
5 
R 
fl 
7 



16 
9 

15 
6 
4 

5 
1 
5 
3 
I 



?B 
1« 

11 
5 
2 

« 

3 

5 
6 



OTH<^P STATES 
OlHro aPFAS 



65 



2B 



13 



•^2 



17 



31 



HOTr : TPAMSrFPS frTWFFr.' LOCAL UNITS A^F NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



NFW PonfrsSION AL STSFF 4T "'lODLE/COwPINEO SCHOOL LrvFL P.Y At^rn fpom UHICH THrV CANE 

rAPYLAMD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBE"? 1« 1976 TO SEpTE^BE" 30» 1977 



TABLE 

77 



»9Ea OF ooKjIN 

TOTAL 

•4 <JYL AMT 
OUT OF STiTE 
LEA TRANSPrPS 

POPHEP STATES 
QFLAUAPE 

niSTPlcT OF C"LU''PIA 

PrNNSrLVSNT A 

VTPriNIA 

WEST VIPGINIA 

othfp chief souRcrs 

NFU YIPK 
NFU JlHSrY 
FLOPIDA 
OHIO 

N09TH CAPOLTNA 

•HASSacHl'SET TS 
TEXAS 

CON»rcTirUT 
I'.LTNOrS 
CAL TFORUT A 

OTHfP STATES 
OTHrP aPE»S 



ALL NEW 
TEACHERS 

66 
370 

1 eo 

7? 



7 
15 
3H 
13 

3 



33 

i*; 
n 

7 
6 

5 
5 
4 

3 
? 

17 

7 



INEXOERIENCEO 
TEACHERS 

297 
22? 
75 




H 
7 
2« 
4 





15 
12 
2 
2 
1 

1 


2 



1 





TOT AL 

1»«9 
152 

72 



3 
p 

10 
9 
3 



in 

3 

5 
5 

« 

5 
2 
3 
2 

1« 



EXPETENCEC TEACHERS 
TAUGHT IN 1976-77 LAST TAUf^HT PRIOR TO 76-77 



PUBLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



86 

83 
07 
04 



I 1 
3 
1 
1 
2 

3 
1 


2 



29 

2T 
o 





FORHER NEW TO 
10. PUBLIC NO. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS SCHOOLS 



1 6 

oa 

n 
2n 



58 
•5 
53 

n 



NOTr : TPANSrrRS TTUEEfJ LTAL UM IT S #°E NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

78 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1977 



NurnbciT of 
Ttachcrs 

and 
Principals 


All Schools 


Al legany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City ! 


g 

•w 
u 

nj 
CQ 


Calvert j 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester jj 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


9 30 


25 


77 


144 


114 


9 


5 


17 


16 


18 


9 


24 


13 


28 


27 


5 


137 


162 


5 


18 


12 


8 


31 


18 


8 


1.0 


- 


1. 


9 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.0 


- 


2. 


9 


7 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


3.0 


- 


3. 


9 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4.0 


- 


k. 


9 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


I 


- 


5.0 


- 


5. 


9 


3 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


6.0 


- 


6. 


9 


7 


1 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


7.0 


- 


7. 


9 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


8.0 


- 


8. 


9 


6 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


9.0 


- 


9. 


9 


14 


4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


I 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


10.0 


- 


10. 


9 


9 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


11. 


- 


11. 


9 


12 


- 


- 


2 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


12.0 


- 


12. 


9 


25 




2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


I 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


5 


2 


1 


2 


1 


- 


4 


2 


- 


13.0 


- 


13. 


9 


20 


1 


1 


3 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 




- 


1 


3 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


14.0 


- 


14. 


9 


30 


2 


2 


4 


I 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


6 


4 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


15.0 


- 


15.9 


30 


1 


3 


1 


3 




- 






_ 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


7 


6 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


5 


- 




16.0 


- 


16.9 


33 


2 


2 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


10 


9 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 7 f\ 
I / . U 




17. 


') 


33 


I 


I 


- 


. 




- 


2 


4 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


10 


I 


1 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


18.0 




18. 


9 


28 


1 


4 


2 


4 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


7 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


19.0 




19. 


9 


38 


3 


4 


6 


3 








1 






1 




I 


2 




10 


3 




2 






2 






20.0 




20. 


9 


34 




4 


2 


4 






1 








1 






1 


3 


6 


10 




1 




1 








21.0 




21. 


9 


36 


1 


2 


3 


4 






1 


1 












3 




8 


9 








1 


2 




1 


22.0 




22. 


9 


44 


1 


4 


5 


3 




1 
















7 




8 


10 




3 






1 




1 


23.0 




23. 


9 


32 




4 


3 


4 


















1 






6 


13 












1 




24.0 




24. 


9 


49 




7 


4 


3 






2 


2 










1 


1 




12 


11 


I 


2 






2 


I 




25.0 




25. 


9 


59 


2 


2 


7 


9 








2 


1 




1 


1 


1 


5 




4 


21 










1 


1 


I 


26.0 




26. 


9 


53 




8 


8 


12 


1 












3 




1 


3 




3 


11 


1 










I 


1 


27.0 




27. 


9 


34 


1 


2 


3 


4 


2 




1 


1 


3 








2 


1 




5 


6 










1 


2 




28.0 




28. 


9 


37 




3 


3 


8 




1 


1 




1 




1 


1 


1 






8 


8 




1 












29.0 




29. 


9 


34 




2 


7 


4 


1 








3 


I 


3 




1 


1 




3 


6 










2 






30.0 




30. 


9 


30 




I 


7 


10 


1 




2 




I 


1 


2 






1 




1 


2 












1 




31.0 




31. 


9 


25 




4 


5 


5 




1 






1 


1 






2 








5 












1 




32.0 




32. 


9 


23 




I 


8 


4 






1 












2 






2 


3 










1 


1 




33.0 




33. 


9 


25 


1 


4 


5 


4 


1 












2 




1 






5 


1 










1 






Vi.O 




34. 


9 


11 






3 


2 






2 








1 




1 






2 


















'.'..0 




'» v 


r 


'IH 


1 


r, 


49 


17 




1 


2 




1 




3 




10 






2 


3 








1 




2 





Mm. 'I 



ll'J'.l v.lil. ll 



If li.il Iv inl.ldU 



-iioo i : 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools*' by Size of Staff: September 30, 1977 



TABLE 

79 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Principals 


All Schools 


Al legany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carrol 1 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett | 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 1 


Montgomery 


Prince George' s 1 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's | 


Somerset 1 


Talbot 1 


Washington | 


Wicomico j 


Worcester 


All Schools 


407 


8 


32 


54 


49 


5 


4 


12 


10 


1 1 


6 


12 


3 


12 


20 


3 


54 


64 


4 


7 


5 


4 


14 


7 


7 


1 . 




2.9 


- 




- 


- 


" 


~ 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.0 




4. 9 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5.0 




6 . 9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7.0 




8 . 9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 . 




10 . 9 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
















11.0 




12.9 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
























13.0 




14.9 


5 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


15.0 




16.9 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17.0 




18 . 9 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
















19.0 




20.9 


4 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


21.0 




22.9 


3 


~ 




■ 


1 


■ 


1 








■ 


















~ 










~ 


23.0 




24.9 


7 














1 




1 
i 










1 

L 












1 
1 




1 






r..o 




2'».9 


n 






3 








2 




1 


2 


2 






1 




2 










1 


1 


1 




i'l . 




J4.9 


20 


2 




1 






1 








1 


1 






7 












3 




1 


1 


2 


35.0 




39.9 


31 


2 


1 


5 






1 






3 


1 


2 






4 


1 


1 


6 










2 




1 


40.0 




44.9 


30 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 




2 




1 




1 


1 




1 




1 


12 




3 












itO.O 




49.9 


37 




2 


2 


2 


1 




1 




2 




1 


1 








3 


13 




1 




1 


5 




1 


50 




54.9 


36 








1 


1 




3 








1 




2 


3 




11 


8 










2 


2 


2 


55.0 




59.9 


26 




5 


2 


4 




1 


1 












1 


2 




7 


2 
















CO.O 




64.9 


23 


1 


4 


2 


2 


1 










1 




1 




1 


1 


5 


2 


1 














65.0 




69.9 


22 


1 


1 


1 


7 










1 




1 










3 


3 








1 




1 




70,0 




74.9 


20 


1 


1 


2 


7 
























5 


1 












2 




75.0 




79.9 


22 




2 


7 


4 










1 




1 










6 












1 






8U.0 




84.9 


13 




3 




4 
























2 


1 




1 






1 






85.0 




80.9 


16 




1 


1 


1 






1 




1 














4 


5 


1 














90.0 




94.9 


7 




2 


1 


2 
























1 






1 












95.0 




'19.9 


13 




I 


2 


5 
























2 


1 
















I'.'j.'i 




ov r 


42 




5 


19 


7 






1 








1 










1 


7 

















^Includes middle schools. 



TABLE 




Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1967-68 - 1977-78 



Type of Certificate 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977-78 


ClrartA Total 


2,954 


3,511 


3,256 


3,530 


4,177 


4 , 190 


4,579 


3,535 


2,866 


2,543 


2,245 


Elenen ta ry 


1,305 


1,612 


1,443 


1,5 74 


1,952 


1,949 


2, 171 


1,680 


1.428 


1,291 


1,119 


Sec on da ry 


*1,571 


*1 , 793 


*1 , 632 


*1 , 725 


*1 ,966 


1,924 


*1,939 


*1,418 


1,140 


927 


774 


Agr icul ture 


10 


8 


3 


8 


7 


8 


6 


13 


12 


1 1 


19 


Art 


78 


147 


90 


134 


135 


129 


175 


123 


106 


55 


68 


Business 


38 


48 


33 


39 


92 


108 


69 


57 


50 


45 


33 


Engl Ish 


310 


324 


306 


274 


284 


271 


236 


165 


140 


118 


101 


Foreign Languages 


119 


113 


146 


115 


148 


126 


136 


76 


60 


60 


44 


Home EcopoidIcs 


65 


75 


87 


85 


84 


95 


82 


56 


55 


36 


54 


Industrial Educa t Ion 


11 


40 


51 


35 


50 


58 


66 


45 


38 


44 


29 


Ma thema t Ic 6 


158 


180 


119 


127 


139 


151 


157 


78 


82 


56 


39 


Mus Ic 


60 


68 


57 


65 


46 


87 


92 


87 


63 


55 


68 


Phys leal Education 


118 


142 


181 


215 


285 


289 


324 


250 


224 


204 


139 


Scionce 
























neral Science 


/4 7 


/21 


33 


61 


21 


14 


20 


13 


29 


10 


27 


Biol ogy 


89 


78 


71 


82 


66 


87 


66 


63 


45 


45 


22 


Chcin 1 s t ry 


18 


16 




7 


18 


15 


10 


6 


14 


4 


3 


Phy sic s 


A 


8 




4 


4 


4 




6 


2 


4 


1 


3ocial Science 


363 


435 


356 


430 


428 


450 


376 


263 


192 


164 


108 


Speech 


20 


29 


21 


32 


53 


31 


45 


18 


28 


16 


19 


Junior High (General) 


4 


2 




1 2 
















Other 


29 




1 






1 


2 










0^hr•r 


78 


106 


181 


231 


259 


317 


469 


437 


298 


325 


352 


f.'il 1 (l.inrr 


25 


38 


23 


4 


28 


38 


45 


14 


11 






F.I lir.iry 


25 


13 


2 


19 


42 


24 


32 


34 


47 


16 


20 


'.'•pi-l- I.I I lidtK 11 1 1 (Ml 


19 


12 


156 


178 


140 


219 


271 


310 


227 


309 


332 


OLliir 


9 


43 




30 


49 


36 


121 


79 


13 







*In(:Judc3 the following not reported by subject: 1967-68, 30; 1968-69, 59; 1969-70, 67; 1971-72, 106; 1973-74, 77; 1974-75, 99. 
/InrluduB the following not reported by type of science: 1967-68, 4; 1968-69, 6. 




ADULT PROGRAM DATA 




Annua Report 





TABLE 



High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1967-68 - 1977-78 




Year 


Number of Applicants Who: 


L (J C d X li UUlU L 

of 
Issued 


Completed 
Examinations* 


Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
Through USAFIr^ 


1 967-68 


4,947 


2,109 


881 


2 ,990 


1 968-69 


6,495 


2,838 


875 


3 713 


1969-70 


8,453 


3,363 


1,091 


4,454 


19 70- 7 1 


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 


1976-77 


13,427 


6,190 


258 


6,448 


1977-78 


13,420 


8,315 


227 


8,542 



♦Includes re-tests. 

^United States Armed Forces Institute. 



TABLE 




Adult Education Programs Administered by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Total 


Adult 
Basic 


ACUi C 

General 


A J.. 1 •- 

Aaui t 
Vocational 


Total State 


176,147 


30.714 


112,253 


33,180 


All 

Allegany 


1 /. /. *) 




i , ZUU 




Anne Arundel 




1 , iUH 


3 , 035 


1,285 


Dajcimore Lity 


JU , J J 




1 c one 


c 00 c 
5, ZMj 


Baltimore 


36,462 


2,378 


22,771 


11,313 


Calvert 


1,122 


87 


1,035 


- 


Caroline 






7 TA 


oil 


Carroll 


Z a / 00 




Z s UZ / 


AOS 


Con 4 1 


/ H 




464 




Charles 


863 


307 


556 




Dorchester 


563 


152 


411 


— 


rrederlcic 






1 317 


J JO 


Garrett 


390 




£ J. J 




na r t ora 


1 QQ 








Howard 


3,551 


388 


3,163 


- 


Kent 


2,000 


281 


1,719 


- 


Monlpifmii'ry 


55, 2R7 


6 ,631 


42, 000 


, 30 


Prlri' c 0<'orp/'''i 




5 , J 1 


A 111 


"i 1 1 A 
J , 114 


Queen Anne's 


1 ,078 


294 


784 




St. Mary's 


3,416 


222 


3,194 




Somerset 


713 


130 


583 




laiDot 


1 1 A 1 


OA 


1 HA 7 




Washington 


2,522 


347 


2,175 


- 


Wicomico 


1,525 


466 


841 


218 


Worcester 


508 


89 


419 




Community Colleges 


4,202 






4,202 


Maryland Correctional 










Institutions 


382 


283 




99 



TABLE 



Vocational Adult and Apprentice Education Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1977-78 




Local 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 


Otner 


Adult 


Apprentice 


I State 


33,180 


294 


1,115 


1,259 


7.295 


11.437 


550 


7,439 


2,311 


1,480 


ty and City 


















205 




\nne Arundel 


1,285 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,050 


- 


30 


- 


Jaltlinore City 


5,285 


- 


45 


- 


462 


1.817 


- 


1,722 


263 


976 


Jaltlmore 


11,313 


166 


100 


216 


3,454 


3,080 


73 


2,809 


1,415 


- 


Caroline 


60 


17 


- 


- 




43 


- 


- 




— 


^arroii 










46 


257 




195 


- 




:ecll 


112 


- 


- 


- 


28 


84 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Frederick 


338 


- 


- 


- 


19 


167 


- 


125 


- 


27 


itentgotnery 


6,656 


_ 


92 


524 


2,945 


2.282 


- 


495 


20 


298 


i?rince George's 


3,114 


_ 




_ 


- 


2.002 


- 


1,015 


97 


- 


iflcooico 


218 


- 


- 


- 


- 


117 


- 


80 


21 


- 


unity Colleges 


















71 


112 


kllegany 


869 




_ 


372 


_ 


188 


126 


- 


iinne Arundel 


11 


_ 






_ 


- 


- 




1 1 

X X 


- 


latonnville 


842 


_ 


398 


147 


134 


20 


38 


82 


23 


- 


lecll 


511 


- 


208 


- 






- 


236 


- 


67 


-hesapeake 


81 








ZD 


zu 




35 






'.saex 


222 




- 


- 


- 




222 






— 


»arrett 


J J J 


Ill 








47 


91 


104 






lagerstovn 


1,026 








181 


263 




412 


170 




larf ord 


15 
















15 




'rederick 


272 




272 
















' ctional 
















99 






: itutions 


99 



















i 

i 



li 



TABLE 

84 



Vocational-Technical Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools*: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agri- 
culture 


nistri- 
butive 
Education 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


Con sinner 

H oin emak. 1 n g 
Ed u c a 1 1 on 


Occupa— 

Home 
Ec ononilc s 


Business 
and 
Office 


Coop 


Technical 


Trades 
and 
Industry 


Other 
Occupa~ 
t lona 1 


Industr 
Arcs 


Total State 


276,998 


4,499 


3,082 


1,418 


91,219 


1,422 


43,141 


8,276 


293 


21,362 


8,791 


93,45 


Al legany 


6, 712 


56 


112 


36 


2 , 563 




1,442 








An 




Anne Arundel 


26,356 


180 


404 


228 


6,630 


•j\ 


6 ,377 


1 ,004 




1 ■iA9 


J / *♦ 


Q 




36,818 




387 


281 


12,088 


388 




q 


1 7A 
X /o 


"> OA 1 
J , U** X 




Q 7^ V 


Baltimore 


52,519 


468 


496 


115 


21,364 


40 


5,391 


1,974 




2,798 


389 


19.41^ 


Calvert 


1,693 


41 


- 


32 


476 


36 


349 


- 


- 


263 


- 




Pa T*nl 4 np 


1 541 


102 






243 










9 no 


971 


■ 


1. L U JL X 


A , 230 


180 


18 


20 


281 




799 


1 '^7 




S67 


1 ?1 7 

X . J X / 


Q 1 


Cecil 


3, 994 


38 


15 


26 


943 






159 




412 


427 




Charles 


6.965 


63 




26 


2,112 


41 


1.983 


120 


- 


422 


207 


i,9n 


Dorchester 


2,230 


29 


65 


15 


553 




556 


52 


- 


190 


206 


5B 




7 , 296 


687 


25 


28 


2 066 




1 . 595 


272 




1,153 




1 4^1 


Garre 1 1 


1, 842 


137 






370 


53 


433 


54 




330 


137 




Harford 


6,718 


206 


46 




1,756 




1. 513 


226 




429 




2 'Hi 


Howard 


6,702 


58 


11 


102 


2,626 


- 


657 




- 


725 


189 


2,:B 


Kent 


752 


43 


- 


49 


191 


- 


96 


- 


- 


222 


59 




Mon tgornery 


30 , 504 


717 


445 


58 


9,582 


336 


2,510 


1,779 


93 


1,743 


355 


12,'IIk 


Pri ncp ftpnT'OP * q 


52, 774 


375 


471 


92 


17 , 532 


102 


7 813 


1.977 




9 9S1 


230 


91 'B 


Queen Anne's 


1,210 


141 


41 


36 




87 


'468 




- 


437 






St. Mary's 


3,795 


126 


59 


55 


1,038 


19 


978 


95 


- 


308 


149 






1 If^S 

J. , j\j J 


R(\ 
oo 




OJ 








X 






9Q9 




Talbot 


1,259 


66 


43 


24 


197 


63 


508 


40 


- 


166 


- 




Washington 


10,763 


593 


235 


59 


5,581 


35 


1,473 


252 


22 


674 


588 




Wicomico 


5,580 


70 


209 


34 


1,753 


89 


1,139 


45 




441 






Worcester 


3,194 


37 




18 


1,076 




502 






249 






Correctional 


























Institutions and 


























Juvenile Services 


186 


















186 







*TJote "1 nst 1 tutlonn" lmmr>dlfltely nbove. 



VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITA-PON DATA 






i 



Annual Report 




TABLE 



Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1977-78* 




Local Unit 


Applications 


Evaluations 


Closed 
After 
Evaluation 


Surveyed 
Under 
Advisement 


Job 
Preparation 


Service 
Completed 


Rehabili- 
tations 


Closed 
Other 
Reasons 


Total 
Cases 


Total State 


4,543 


471 


11,003 


3,826 


10,013 


4,404 


6,476 


3,635 


44,371 


Allegany 


4 


20 


221 


22 


300 


110 


156 


36 


869 


Anne Arundel 


246 


36 


835 


350 


575 


226 


389 


263 


2,920 


Baltimore City 


2,079 


214 


4,396 


1,939 


2,618 


1,677 


1,869 


1,416 


16,208 


Bal tlmore 


311 


41 


1,201 


367 


1,413 


508 


916 


519 


5,276 


Calvert 


41 


6 


32 


54 


31 


25 


45 


9 


243 


Caroline 


20 




69 


18 


40 


16 


49 


28 


240 


Carroll 


113 


6 


190 


38 


270 


95 


176 


61 


949 


Cecil 


29 


_ 


182 


31 


128 


74 


106 


33 


583 


Charles 


58 


14 


109 


32 


126 


57 


70 


37 


503 


Dorchester 


16 




135 


13 


127 


74 


139 


57 


561 


Krcdcrick 


114 


20 


179 


22 


430 


108 


256 


33 


1,162 


Hirri^tt 




12 


45 


28 


59 


34 


28 


12 


218 


II irf'ird 


111 


17 


256 


30 


210 


124 


215 


90 


1,053 


llow.ird 


141 


11 


161 


60 


208 


39 


157 


63 


840 


K-nl 


5 


3 


44 


10 


39 


20 


31 


28 


180 


MonLgonery 


202 


20 


804 


127 


873 


245 


448 


247 


2,966 


Prince George's 


407 


27 


1,328 


369 


1,379 


408 


628 


399 


4,945 


O'joon Anne ' s 


6 




54 


13 


45 


17 


44 


23 


202 


S t . M-i ry ' s 


32 




109 


32 


116 


31 


93 


46 


459 


Som':rsct 


1 7 


i 


A/. 


9 1 
£.1 


9ft 


28 


44 


33 


236 


T.-ilbot 


16 




109 


5 


99 


51 


105 


24 


409 


Wishington 


105 




176 


9 


449 


226 


313 


84 


1,362 


Wicomico 


54 


1 


250 


27 


140 


102 


158 


73 


805 


Worcester 


11 




54 


12 


31 


26 


41 


21 


196 


0'.h<-r^ 


405 


22 




197 


279 


83 






986 



• .n ->;•>:•. 'J I a : ribut Ion of clients served during various stages of their rehabilitation process as of June 30, 1978. 

•j;H';t''niiined. 



TABLE 

86 



characteristics of Clients Served by Vocat ional Rehabilitation; State of Maryland; 1977~78 



Ch.jr.TC ter ist ic 



Total 
Clients 
Served 



Rehabilitated* 



Severely 
Disabled 



Other 



Primary Source of Support at Acceptance 



Total 
Clients 
Served 



Rehabilitated* 



Severely 
Disabled 



Tcta] Number 
Age 

Under 20 
20 - 34 
35 - 
U5 - 64 
65 - over 

Educnllon - Grades Completed 
No luj /Unknown 
1 - 7 
8 

9-11 
12 

13 - 15 

16 and over 

Spocial Education 



Wliito 
Bl.ick 
Ind Ian 
Other 

Not reported 



Sez 



Hale 
Female 

••ndents 

1 

2 or 3 
'i or more 



44,371 



4,925 
21 ,431 
6,656 
9,540 
1,819 



5,379 
3,946 
3,399 
12,723 
10,71 2 
2,1*72 
992 
4, 748 



24,803 
16,773 
44 
177 
2,5 74 



26,042 
18,329 



32,960 
5,089 
4,412 
1,910 



3,138 



278 
1,412 
461 
819 
168 



47 
393 
246 
757 
815 
235 
148 
497 



2,118 
1,006 
1 
13 



1,664 
1,474 



2,185 
474 
346 
133 



3,338 



441 
1,715 
509 
577 
96 



19 
286 
260 
1,155 
1,126 
213 
59 
220 



2,036 
1,280 
8 
14 



1,885 
1,453 



1,992 

505 
577 
264 



Current Earnings 

Family or Friends 

Private Rehabilitation Agency 

Public Assistance (some federal) 

Public Assistance (no federal) 

Public Institutions - Tax supported 

Workmen's Compensation 

Social Security Disability Benefits 

Other Disability Benefits 

Non-Disability Benefits 

Other 

Not Reported 



3,096 
12,061 
73 
5,045 
2,743 
4,436 
777 
2,239 
866 
508 
1,423 
11,104 



305 
1,048 

15 
477 
130 
279 

41 
330 

98 

78 
186 
151 



who wi fi' rohabilitatod into employment during year. 



TABLE 



Nature and Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: State of Maryland: 1977-78 




Primary Disability 


Number of 
Rehabilitants* 


Number of 
Severely Disabled 


Percent 

Severely 

Disabled 


Total 


6,476 


3,138 


48.4 


Blind and Visual Impnlrments 


454 


208 


45.8 


Deaf and Hearing Impairments 


396 


243 


61.4 


Orthopedic Impairments and Amputations 


1,460 


878 


60.1 


Mental Impairments 


1,491 


702 


47.1 


Alcohol ism 


228 


49 


21.5 


Drug Addiction 


152 


24 


15.8 


Mental Retardation 


816 


518 


63.5 


Epilepsy 


154 


124 


80.5 


Hf/irt and Circulatory Disorders 


256 


117 


45.7 


Respiratory Diseases 


48 


29 


60.4 


Digestive System Disorders 


426 


28 


6.6 


Speech 


61 


34 


55.7 


Other 


534 


184 


34.5 



♦Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during the year. 



< 



FINANC AL DATA 




Annual Report 





TABLE 




Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1977-78 



Type ot Referrals 


Total 
Clients 
Served 


Rehabilitated* 


Severely 
Disabled 


Other 


Tot.ll 


44,371 


3,138 


3,338 


Educational Institutions 


6.312 


421 


449 


Hospitals and Sanitariums 


5 , 710 


650 


300 


Health Organizations and Agencies 


2,687 


211 


228 


Welfare Agonr l.-s 




161 


210 


Public Organizations and Agencies 


12,445 


491 


792 


(Not specifically educational, health 








or welfare) 








Private Organizations and Agencies 


712 


128 


58 


(Not specifically educational, health 








or welfare) 








Individuals 


12,650 


1,076 


1,301 



♦Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1977-78 



TABLE 

89 



Source or Purpose 


Office of 
Superintendent 


Administration 


Instruction 


Vocational- 
Technical 
Education 


Library 
Development 
and Services 


Compensatory 

Urban and, 
Supplementary 
Programs 


Certification 
and 

Accreditation 


Salaries 

Technical and Special Fees 

Communication 

Travel 

Mo Lor Vehicle Operations and Maintenance 

Contractual Services 

Supplies and Materials 

Equipment - Replacement 

Equlpnent - Additional 

Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 

Fixed Charges 


$2,012,564 
166,162 
63,281 
80,440 
19,139 
364,950 
44,703 
12,198 
5.566 
97,908 
143.868 


$1,209,770 
124,520 
42,821 
23,384 
10,031 
370,592 
7,207 
20,692 
6,999 
37,004 
50,260 


$ 971.162 
189.005 
37.308 
41,091 
10,746 
861,483 
94,456 
20,703 
2,365 
602,438 
49,187 


$1,074,033 
30,823 
32.100 
37,617 
16,706 
25,025 
29,595 
34.396 
1,742 
81.970 
39.877 


$574,788 
38,317 
19,736 
17,044 

2,648 
71.406 
38.026 
12,873 

5,859 
81,195 
97.165 


$ 751,109 
184,608 
22,854 
37,109 
8,626 
419,746 
20,150 
7,434 
20,766 
84,665 
27,579 


$ 716,550 
75,733 
24,131 
17,109 
3,864 
103,916 
26, 799 
21 
434 
950 
38,884 


Total 


$3,010,779 


$1,903,280 


$2,879,944 


$1,403,884 


$959,057 


$1,584,646 


$1,008,391 


Source or Purpose 


Instructional 
Television 


Administration- 
Rehabilitation 


Placement 

and 
Guidance 


Case 
Services 


Dis- 
ability 
Determi- 
nation 


Maryland 
Rehab ili- 
tion 
Center 


Special 
Education 


Snlnrlon 

T'";hnlcnl nnd Special Fees 

Communication 

Travel 

Food 

Fuel and Utilities 

Motor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

Contractual Services 

Supplies and Materials 

Equipment ~ Replacement 

Equipment - Additional 

Grants, Subsidies, Contributions 

Fixed Charges 

Land and Structures 


$450,020 
121,296 
25,001 
20,467 

982 
233,633 
67,703 

H / 

4,212 
24,613 


$582,731 
12,761 
27,824 
14,992 

7,201 
5,359 
17,485 

Q lA Q 

(5 , JftO 

4,186 
95,352 
48,526 


$5,157,926 
17,358 
152,641 
96,116 

26,150 
1,069,084 

32,969 

•J/, on 7 

3,757 
646,142 
242,315 


$ 

- 

4.986.911 


$1,988,545 
1,070,524 
101,117 
19.736 

40,041 
21,688 

9 000 

17,623 
667,610 
141,796 


$2,806,414 
19,262 
40,320 
5,467 
279,056 
242,200 
14,473 
88,195 
180,956 

9 ft A 1 

45,347 
373,887 
4,256 
471 


$ 817.511 
219,847 
29,401 
32,935 

4,734 
1,044,897 
55,011 

4,595 
78,686 
42,403 


Total 


$947,974 


$824,765 


$7,479,365 


$4,986,911 


$4,071,679 


$4,123,147 


$2,334,332 



u TABLE 

1 C_il ■ 1 Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1977-78 





App ropr la t ions* 


Exp enditures 


Appropriations Lapsed 


Un it or Pu rpo se 


To t a 1 


o n o T a 1 


O pc Xd 1. 


F ede r aX 


To tal 


Disburse- 


Encum- 


Receiv- 


Rever- 










ments 


brances 


ables/ 


sions?' 


' 1 1 1; Sh^ re of Current Expenses 


$296,581,111 


$296,581,111 


- 


- 


$296,581,111 


$296,570,009 


11,102 


$ 


$ 


'"'"iiC'Tppcd Children 


56, 797,968 


56,797,968 


- 


- 


56.797.968 


55,165,832 


1,632,136 


- 


- 


isL3iicG to SLcite for Educati.ng 




















1 nd ic3 pped Children 


1,740.803 


- 


- 


1,740,803 


5,108,386 


1,736,884 


3,371,502 


(3,367,583) 


- 


'. jc3tionfilly Dfcjprived Children 


25,678,419 


- 


- 


25,678,419 


38,316,048 


25.677.165 


12,638,883 


(12,637,629) 


- 


I /('lopment of Supplement ill Cent>3rS( 






















740,684 


542,000 


- 


198,684 


4,147,643 


435.528 


3.712.115 


(3,406,959) 


- 


/jlt C')ntinutnp Edu t i on 


1.529,564 


410.000 


- 


1,119,564 


1,901,074 


1.279,875 


621.199 


(371,510) 


- 


, -T t i o n ii 1 Ed u c n t ion 


5,381,578 


- 


- 


5.381.578 


12,034.905 


4,934,506 


7,100,399 


(6,653,327) 


- 


( Tip rehen s i ve EmployTiicnt nnd TrAining 


758.683 


- 


- 


758,683 


2.024,002 


627.072 


1,396,930 


(1,265,319) 


- 


-justriol Tr<Tining 


650,000 


650.000 


- 


- 


650,000 


434,814 


215,186 


- 


- 


/rprcn tic c ship Prog rani 


450.000 


450,000 


- 


- 


450.000 


288,033 


161.967 


- 


- 


\z3t toufx 1 Centers 


150.000 


150,000 


- 


- 


150.000 


137,802 


12.198 


- 


- 


liver Ed u 0(1 1 ion 


^2.610.694 


_ 


- 


- 


871,572 


871.572 


- 


- 


1,739,122 


Jinol Lunch 


29.411.355 


_ 


- 


29,411,355 


35,598,189 


27.493.903 


8.104,286 


(6,186.834) 


- 


} "i Service Progrom 


4,215.000 


4,215,000 


- 


- 


4,215,000 


3,351.998 


863.002 




- 


Cild T'lutriLion 


4.438.824 






4,438,824 


C "7 T "7 TO Q 

5,72/, /yo 


4 . 342 , zyz 


1 . 385 ,506 


\\.tioa,') II*) 




I )) Ic I.lbr.irl.'H 


7,474,708 


6,972,989 


- 


501,719 


8,441,936 


7,424,708 


1,017,228 


(967,228) 


- 


. 'U'j Library Network 


^ , iOO , \JJ 1 








7 188 057 


2,176,038 


12,019 






Iir-irlos nnd Lcirnlng Resources 


525,121 






525,727 


3,015,677 


525.727 


2,489,950 


(2,489.950) 




1 insportatlon 


56,260.384 


56,260,384 






56,260,384 


51.027,503 


5.232,881 






1 insportation-Prlvate School 




















mdicapped Children 


2.245.482 


2,245,482 






2,245,482 




2,245,482 






; lool Building Construction Aid 


123.757.845 


123,757,845 






123,757.845 


123.757,845 








! lool Coramunlty Centers 


1,176,000 


1,176,000 






1,176,000 


708.584 


467,416 






Totnl 


$624,762,886 


$552,396,836 




$69,755,356 


$661,659,077 


$608,967,690 


$52,691,387 


($38,635,313) 


$1,739,122 



pf ' pr i i t ions adjusted by credits and amendments 
;'):(•. 1(1 fcdern] funds, 
pli' '. In gencrnl funds. 
W ■■-liU'lKr t funds. 



TABLE 



Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 






Local 
Revenue* 


Appropriations for Public Schools/ 


Percent of Total Revenue Appropriated 
to Public Schools 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Construction 


Debt 
Service 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Construction 


Debt 
Service 


Total State 


$1,831,452,055 


$942,744,533 


$887,544,772 


$8,578,428 


$46,621,333 


51.5 


48.5 


0.5 


2.5 


A I le gany 




12,347.983 


12,189,300 


24,000 


134,683 


56.1 


55.4 


0.1 


0.6 


Anne Arundel 




/I. 0/4.329 


DO ,449 , 950 


783,071 


5 , 441 , JOO 


54 . 3 


50. 3 


0. 6 


3.4 


DniLiiuore i^xzy 


JO^ f OZD 1 / J'* 


124.547.014 


111,329.036 




13,217,978 


32.5 


29.1 




3.4 


1 t Imore 


267,202.825 


158.939.976 


153,804,651 


459,800 


4,675,525 


59.5 


57.6 


0.2 


1.7 


C-ilvert 


19,383.226 


8,897,679 


8,388,541 


161,123 


348,015 


45.9 


43.3 


0.8 


1.8 


C T n 1 Ine 


5,838, 752 


3.080,476 


2.996,498 


16,150 


67,828 


52.8 


51.3 


0.3 


1.2 


Carroll 


31 149.368 


1^ 1Q1 <^OQ 








/. □ A 
47 - 4 




U. 9 


1 A 


C**c 1 1 




9.427.511 


8,463,808 


600.000 


363,703 


59.5 


53.4 


3.8 


2.3 


Charles 


23.^06.^62 


15.595,573 


14,287,715 


383.762 


924.096 


66.6 


61.0 


1.7 


3.9 


Dorchester 


9,710,562 


5,306,676 


5,237.528 


61.021 


8.127 


54.7 


54.0 


0.6 


0.1 


r I *- u *j r 1 c K 


17 A 7 Q7 1 


20,492,878 


18,675.848 


1.222,819 


594,211 


54.6 


49.8 


3.2 


1.6 


r r R 1 1 


Q 1 1 Q Q 7 1 


3,140,554 


3.140.554 






38. 7 


38. 7 






Ma r r o rd 


AC 907 m"^ 


27,057,176 


25.362.014 




1,695,162 


59.9 


56.1 


3.8 


_ 


Mnw.ird 


'>').0')'1. 34 1 


32,356,683 


30.586,785 


145,000 


1,624,898 


54. 7 


51.7 


0.3 


2.7 


y-nl 


5.461 ,R()'» 


3,5 16,964 


3,188,615 


_ 


348,349 


64.8 


58.4 


- 


6.4 


jlontpomcry 




9 HQ 7 71 Q 7R 


1 QR 7QA 1 Ql 


J , J J J , yuu 


7 A 9 A 7 W ^ 


•^7 A 


<;a fx 

Jt* . D 




7 n 

Z . V 


I'rlncci Ccorp,c r 


9Q7 Q*;7 n91 


162,402,742 


155,169.519 




7,233,223 


54.5 


52.1 




2.4 


0')''''n AniH^'n 


6,135,506 


4,208,416 


4,038,806 


127,000 


42,610 


68.6 


65.8 


2. 1 


0.7 


M . Iliry ' II 


1 3,557,341 


8,654,221 


8,429,184 




225,037 


63.9 


62.2 




1.7 


■)'in'r'i<-t 


4 , II 5 , J )f) 


2,367,074 


2,209,411 


30,219 


127,444 


57.5 


53.7 


0.7 


3.1 




8,975,785 


5,591,267 


5,336,236 




255,031 


62.3 


59.5 




2.8 


W.rih 1 ii(;ti)n 


33,715.726 


19,648 707 


18.068,831 


576,030 


1,003,846 


58.3 


53.6 


1.7 


3.0 


V/ 1 f; otn 1 c o 


18.512.648 


9,696,987 


9,424,861 




272,126 


52.4 


50.9 




1.5 


V/o r r > ■ f) t c r 


19.722.879 


8,618,080 


7,920,283 


154,718 


543,079 


43.7 


40.2 


0.8 


2.7 



*l J('.ijri-s from State Bureau of Fiscal Services Include taxes, licenses and permits, and fines and forfeitures. 



4\ i;-Mri-i from financial reports of locil boards of education. 



I 



TABLE 

92 



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

Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 





Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 


Revenue 


Non- 
revenue 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 





otnl State 


$1,791,917,248 




$13A, 745,8A2 


$942,744,533 


$9,814,910 


$10,522,547 


38.7 


7 . 5 


53.2 


0.6 




Al 1 og.iny 


J 1 ( Z jO 1 J 


IC TCI / Q I. 


2 ,935,150 


1*7 TA7 QQ1 




19,008 




9 . 4 


40. 2 


T 




Anne Arundel 


11D CT'l inrt 

1 38. 632 , 100 


54, 102,293 


11,848,520 


71,674,329 


1,005,128 


1 , 830 


39.0 


8.6 


52.4 




}.( 


Baltimore City 


110 oir\ lot 

328,839,484 


165,385,566 


34,976,634 


124,547.014 


195,294 


J i 1 J** , ? / o 


50.3 


10.6 


37.9 


1.2 


1.1 


Bn! timore 


242.694,210 


73,432,463 


8 , 866 , 091 


158,939,976 


1,468,113 


(12,433) 


in 

JU . J 




UD . U 


T 


u 


Calvert 


18,319.994 


7 , 893 .893 


1,368,952 


8.897.679 


37,092 


122,378 




7 c 


HO . O 


V/ . o 


1.2 


Caroline 


9,824,787 


5,628,599 


1,047,756 


3 , 080 ,476 


Q Q A 1 A 

jy , 'ti'i 






1 r» A 


T1 ft 

J J. • o 




).i 


Carroll 


30,420.401 


12.968.803 


1,804,494 


15,381,589 


201,713 




42.7 


5.9 


51.2 


0.2 


2.) 


Cecil 


21.874. 755 


10.537.044 


1,820,643 


9,427,511 


76,509 


A "X OAR 


48.2 


8.3 


43.5 




].) 


Charles 


38,338.426 


1 7 . 996 . 466 


4 ,104 , 798 


15,595,573 


395,418 


246,171 


47.0 


10. 7 


41.6 


0.7 




dorchestcr 


12,162,039 


4,979,032 


1, 737 ,850 


5,306,676 


68,249 


70,232 


40 . 9 


14 . 3 


44 , 2 


0.6 




Frederick. 


43,572 ,444 


19.600. 701 


3,247,639 


zu,4y^ .O/O 


^^ An 797^ 


jy i. , J J J 




7 i 


46 . 7 


0.9 




Carrett 


12.310.478 


7.987.065 


1,111,185 


3,140,554 


3,111 




64.9 


9.0 


25.5 


0.6 




Hnrford 


66.056, 765 


32.691.850 


5,218,487 


27,057.176 


400,020 


DO 7 , Z JZ 


49.5 


7.9 


41.6 


1.0 




Howard 


54,045,701 


18.242.318 


2,259,717 


32,356.683 


1,149,086 


37,897 


33 . 7 


4 . 2 


62.0 


0.1 




Kent 


6,660,968 


2 . 391 .410 




3,536,964 


207,985 


30,619 


35.9 


7.4 


56.2 


0.5 




Montgomery 


lot O/C /"^l 

293 , 945 , 431 


67,781,159 


13,979,273 


209,773,978 


2,401,023 


9,998 


23.1 


4.7 


72.2 


* 




Prince Ceorge's 


tny r»rti 

306,263,991 


114,571,494 


23,288,893 


162,402,742 


1,241,574 


4 759 288 


37.4 


7.6 


53.4 


1.6 




Ou'jcn Anne's 


11 .031,842 


6,028,581 


714,681 


4,208,416 


62,971 


17,193 


54.6 


6.5 


38.7 


0.2 




■"l. Mary's 


24,856,728 


12,609,950 


3,446,074 


8,654,221 


114,757 


31,726 


50.7 


13.9 


35.3 


0.1 




rsot 


11 , 303.15) 


7,263,567 


1,652,163 


2,367,074 


19,370 


979 


64.3 


14.6 


21.1 


* 




1 .11,..!. 


9.361.278 


3, 105,379 


574,954 


5,591.267 


89,610 


68 


33.2 


6.1 


60.7 






V.' t ;li liij'tnn 


44,821.247 


19,556,877 


5.532,284 


19,648,707 


34,875 


48,504 


43.6 


12.4 


43.9 


0.1 




V.' 1 1 1 'fii 1 CO 


23.000.867 


11,089,604 


1,800,978 


9,696,987 


409,879 


3,419 


48.2 


7.8 


44.0 






V'.r< <•■;( cr 


12,321 ,316 


2,491,818 


914,636 


8,618,080 


151,228 


145,554 


20.2 


7.4 


71.2 


1.2 



1- • hl'!r 



f'-dr-ral funds for child nutrition and current expense capital outlay. 
'• ;<:■'■ ■. the following: lultlon. refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other miscellaneous sources. 
I ■ I li iii . I |ir refill . 



TABLE 



Revenue from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 

IVC V CllUC 


Revenue 


Non- 
revenue?* 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Totil State 


$1,573,998,573 


$540,418,285 


$133,747,254 


$887,544,772 


$8,616,220 


$3,672,042 


34 


4 


8.5 


56.9 


0.2 


AllcRany 


26,015,881 


10,688,237 


2.935.150 


12,189,300 


184,798 


18,396 


41 


1 


11.3 


47.5 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


127,100,496 


/,-] one oQc 


11 0/. ton 


66,449,950 


896,731 


- 


37 


7 


9 . 3 


53.0 




B.TUlmnre City 


273,017,014 


126,516,050 


34,976,634 


111,329,036 


195,294 


- 


46 


3 


12.8 


40.9 


I 


It'll k^LIUWLC 


■}■}(, 707 filB 


62,678.763 


8,866,091 


153,804,651 


1,448,113 




27 


6 


3.9 


68.5 


_ 


Cilvert 


14,221,285 


4.404.803 


1,368,952 


8,388,541 


37,092 


21,897 


31 





9.6 


59.2 


0.2 


Caroline 


7,917,163 


3.833.495 


1,047,756 


2.996,498 


39,414 


- 


48 


4 


13.2 


38.4 




Carroll 


28,502,946 




J. 1 out* , 


14,052,605 


191,105 


63,802 


43 


5 


. J 


cn n 


n 9 


Cecil 


19,334,098 


8,968,301 


1.820,643 


8.463.808 


76,509 


4,837 


46 


4 


9.4 


44.2 


a 


Charles 




12,792,674 


4,055,309 


14,287,715 


390,418 


215 , 885 


4U 


1 
J 


12.8 


46.2 


0.7 


Dorchester 


11,378,228 


4,264,369 


1,737.850 


5,237,528 


68,249 


70,232 


37 


5 


15.3 


46.6 


0.6 


Frederick 


36,147,009 


14,007,781 


3.247.639 


18,675,848 


(160,727) 


376,468 


38 


8 


9.0 


51.2 


1.0 


Garrett 


9,017,522 




1 111 1 Q =i 
1 » 111 , 10 J 


3,140,554 


3,111 


66,830 


52 


1 


1/ . J 


TA ft 




Harford 


52,968,526 


21.988,005 


5.218,487 


25,362,014 


400,020 




A 1 


C 

J 


9.9 


48.6 




Howa rd 


47 S47 944 


14,264.511 


2,259,717 


30.586.785 


399,034 


37 ,897 


30 





4.8 


65.1 


0.1 


Kent 


6,311,638 


2.391,410 


493,990 


JflOOtOlJ 


ZU / J \J\JH 


30,619 


37 


9 


7.8 


53.8 


0.5 


Mfjntgonory 


271,222,145 




1 1 Q7Q 971 


198,794,193 


2,252,259 


9.998 


20 


7 


9 


7 A 1 


a 


Prince CeorRe'e 


271,536,578 


89,289.266 


23,288,893 


155,169,519 


1.241,574 


2,547.326 


32 


9 


8.6 


57.6 


0.9 


Queen Anne ' s 


7 963 nfll 


3.132,063 


714,681 


4,038,806 


60,338 


17 ,193 


39 


3 


8.9 


51.5 


0.3 


St. Mary's 


20,859.753 


8.851.994 


3,446,074 


8,429,184 


114.757 


17,744 


42 


4 


16.5 


41.0 


0.1 


Somerset 


6,965,467 


3,083,544 


1,652,163 


2,209,411 


19,370 


979 


44 


3 


23.7 


32.0 


a 


Talbot 


7,995.445 


2.002,492 


574,954 


5,336,236 


81,695 


68 


25 





7.2 


67.8 


a 


Washington 


37.310,895 


14,575,500 


4,583,185 


18,068,831 


34,875 


48.504 


39 


1 


12.3 


48,5 


0.1 


Wicomico 


20,645,262 


9,126,646 


1,800,978 


9,424.861 


289,358 


3.419 


44. 


2 


8.7 


47.1 


a 


Worcester 


11.480,578 


2.379.882 


914,636 


7,920,283 


145,829 


119.948 


20 


7 


8.0 


70.3 


1.0 



♦Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for child nutrition. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other units and all other sources. 
/Includes s/ile of property and equipment; insurance recovery, and other miscellaneous sources. 
"Lcsn Lhnn 0.1 percent. 



Revenue from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 




Revenue 




Percent from Each Source 


Total 
Revenue 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


al State 


51.453,906,415 


$420,326,127 


$133,747,254 


$887,544,772 


$8,616,220 


$3,672,042 


28.9 


9.2 


61.6 


0.3 


Al 1 egany 


24,100,974 


8,773,330 


2,935,150 


12,189,300 


184,798 


18,396 


36.4 


12.2 


51.3 


0.1 


Anne Arundel 


116,147,312 


36,952,111 


11,848,520 


66,449,950 


896 ,731 


— 


31.8 


10.2 


58.0 




Baltimore City 


251,731,151 


105,230.187 


34,976,634 


111,329.036 


195,294 




41.8 


13.9 


44.3 


- 


Baltimore 


208,773.861 


44,655.006 


8,866,091 


153,804.651 


1,448,113 




21.4 


4.2 


74.4 


— 


Calvert 


13,184,342 


3,367,860 


1,368,952 


8,388,541 


37,092 


21,897 


25.5 


10. 4 


63.9 


0.2 


Caroline 


7,373,507 


3,289,839 


1,047, 756 


2,996,498 


39,414 




44.6 


14.2 


41.2 




Carroll 


26, 335, 239 


10,223,233 


1,804,494 


14,052,605 


191 , 105 


63 , 802 


38.8 


6.9 


54.1 


0.2 


Cecil 


17,865,858 


7,500,061 


1,820,643 


8,463,808 


76,509 


4,837 


42.0 


10.2 


47.8 


a 


Charles 


29. 51 J ,494 


10,562,167 


4,055,309 


14,287,715 


390,418 


215,885 


35.8 


13.8 


49 . 7 


0.7 


Dorchester 


10,556,592 


3.442,733 


1,737,850 


5,237,528 


68,249 


70,232 


32.6 


16.4 


50.3 


0.7 


Frederick 


33,310,080 


11,170,852 


3,247,639 


18,675,848 


(160,727) 


376,468 


33.5 


9.8 


55.6 


1.1 


Garrett 


8,399,477 


4,077,797 


1,111, 185 


3,140,554 


3,111 


66,830 


48.6 


13.2 


37.4 


0.8 


Harford 


48,850.437 


17,869,916 


5,218,487 


25,362,014 


400,020 




36.6 


10.7 


52.7 


- 


How.T rd 


44,000,107 


10,716,674 


2,259,717 


30,586,785 


399,034 


37,897 


24.4 


5.1 


70.4 


0.1 


Kent 


5,886,900 


1,966,672 


493,990 


3,188,615 


207,004 


30,619 


33.4 


8.4 


57. 7 


0.5 


Montgomery 


251,906.535 


36,870,812 


13,979,273 


198,794,193 


2,252,259 


9,998 


14.6 


5.5 


79.9 


a 


Prince George's 


251.281,096 


69,033,784 


23,288,893 


155,169,519 


1,241,574 


2,547,326 


27.5 


9.3 


62.2 


1.0 


Queen Anne's 


7,381,396 


2,550,378 


714,681 


4,038,806 


60,338 


17.193 


34.6 


9.7 


55.5 


0.2 


St. M-iry's 


19.371,655 


7,363,896 


3,446,074 


8,429,184 


114,757 


17,744 


38.0 


17.8 


44.1 


0.1 


Somerset 


6.504,249 


2,622,326 


1,652,163 


2,209.411 


19,370 


979 


40.3 


25.4 


34.3 


a 


Talbot 


7,362.971 


1,370,018 


574,954 


5,336,236 


81,695 


68 


18.6 


7.8 


73.6 


a 


Washington 


34.477,483 


11,742,088 


4,583,185 


18,068,831 


34,875 


48,504 


34.1 


13.3 


52.5 


0.1 


Wicomico 


18,961,205 


7.442,589 


1.800,978 


9,424,861 


289.358 


3,419 


39.3 


9.5 


51.2 


a 


Worcester 


10,632,494 


1.531,798 


914.636 


7,920,283 


145,829 


119,948 


14.4 


8.6 


75.9 


1.1 



'*clude8 current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for child nutrition, 
/eludes the following: tuition, transfers from other school units and all other sources, 
deludes sale of property, insurance recovery and other miscellaneous sources. 
^ 'ii than 0.1 percent. 



E TABLE 

I 94 



TABLE 

Revenue from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 K_\ 



Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 


Rei 


jenue 


Non- 
revenue * 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


$119,840,429 


$102,497,265 


$998,588 


$8,578,428 


$915,643 


$6,850,505 


85.5 


0.8 


7.9 


5.8 


Allegany 


4,684, 722 


4,655,452 


— 


24,000 


4.658 


612 


99.4 


- 


0.6 


/ 


Anne Arundel 


2,108,298 


1,215,000 




783,071 


108, 397 


1,830 


57.6 




42.3 


0.1 


Baltimore City 




25,967,204 


- 






3, 734,976 


87.4 


- 




12.6 


Baltimore 


1,969,152 


1.501,785 


- 


459,800 


20 , 000 


(12.433) 


76.3 


- 


24.3 


(0.6) 


Calvert 


3,720,007 


3,458,403 


- 


161, 123 




100,481 


93.0 


- 


4.3 


2.7 


Caroline 


1,554,676 


1,509,984 




16,150 




28,542 


97.1 


- 


1.0 


1.9 


Carroll 


554,060 


262,737 




280,715 


10, 608 


- 


47.4 




52 . 6 




Cecil 


1 , 632 ,211 


1,024,000 


- 


600,000 




8,211 


62.7 


- 


36.8 


0.5 


Charles 


4,874,512 


4,405,975 


49,489 


383, 762 


5 ,000 


30,286 


90.4 


1.0 


8.0 


0.6 


Dorchester 


571,247 


510,226 


- 


61 ,021 






89.3 


- 


10.7 


- 


Frederick 


5,699,091 


4,460,787 




1,222,819 


— 


15,485 


78.3 


- 


21.5 


0.2 


Garrett 


3,266,081 


3,264,348 








1.733 


99.9 






0.1 


Harford 


9,972,016 


9,282,784 


- 






689,232 


93.1 


- 


- 


6.9 


Howard 


4,196,739 


3,301,678 


- 


145 000 


750 ,052 




78.7 


- 


21 . 3 


- 


Kent 


981 


- 


- 




981 


- 


- 


- 


100.0 


- 


".'.ni'//irt-ry 


9,594,655 


6,041,655 




3,553,000 




- 


63.0 




37.0 




t'rince George's 


17,451,424 


15,239,462 








2,211,962 


87.3 






12.7 


O'K'fn Anne's 


2,743,401 


2,613,768 




127,000 


2,633 




95.3 




4.7 




:;t . H;iry 'h 


3.503,810 


3,489,828 








13,982 


99.6 






0.4 


rjom'^rnnt 


4,105,134 


4,074,915 




30,219 






99.3 




0.7 




Talbot 


874,790 


866,875 






7,915 




99.1 




0.9 




Wnshington 


5,536.838 


4,011,709 


949,099 


576,030 






72.5 


17.1 


10.4 




Wicomico 


1,286,251 


1,286,251 










100.0 








Worcester 


238,153 


52,430 




154,718 


5,399 


25,606 


22.0 




67.2 


10.8 



*lnr:]ijH<'R flnle of bonds, property nnd equipment, insurance recovery and interest. 
^LcHS than O.J percent. 



TABLE 

Revenue from All Sources for Debt Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Local Unit 




Revenue 


Non- 
revenue 


Percent from Each Source 


Total 
Revenue 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


$98,078,246 


$51 , 173,866 




$46,621,333 


$283,047 


- 


52. 2 




47.8 




Allegany 


558,240 


409, 795 




134,683 


13 , 762 




73.4 




26.6 




Anne Arundel 


9,423,306 


4,981,998 


- 


4,441,308 






52.9 


- 


47.1 


- 


Baltimore City 


26,120,290 


12.902,312 


- 


13,217,978 


- 




49.4 


- 


50.6 


- 


Baltimore 


13,927,440 


9.251,915 




4,675.525 


- 


- 


66.4 




33.6 




Calvert 


378,702 


30 687 




348,015 


- 


— 


8.1 




91.9 




Carol Ine 


352,948 


285 120 




fi7 H7fi 






80. 8 




19 . 2 




Carroll 


1,363,395 


315.126 


- 


1,048,269 


- 




23.1 


- 


76.9 


- 


Ccc 11 


908 , 446 


544.743 


- 


363,703 


- 




60.0 


- 


40.0 


- 


Charles 


1,721,913 


7Q 7 A1 7 




924,096 


- 


- 


46 . 3 




53 . 7 




Dorchester 


212,564 






8,127 


- 


- 


96 . 2 




3.8 






1 776 T44 


1 1 1 n 




jy^ , ^ J. 1 






55 . 6 




34.4 




Garrett 


26 8 75 


26,875 


- 




_ 




100.0 


- 




- 


Harford 


3 , 116 , 223 


1,421,061 


- 


1,695.162 


- 




45.6 


- 


54.4 


- ' 


Howard 


2,301 018 


A7A 1 9n 




1,624,898 


- 


- 


29 . 4 




70.6 




Kent 


348,349 






348,349 


- 


— 






100.0 




M'ln t gome ry 


13, 128,631 


5,553,082 


- 


7,426.785 


148,764 


_ 


42.3 


- 


57.7 


- 


Prince George's 


17,275,989 


10,042,766 




7.233.223 






58.1 




41.9 




Queen Anne's 


325,360 


282,750 




42,610 




- 


86.9 




13.1 




St. Mary's 


493,165 


268,128 




225,037 






54.4 




45.6 




Somerset 


232,552 


105,108 




127,444 






45.2 




54.8 




Talbot 


491,043 


236,012 




255,031 






48.1 




51.9 




Washington 


1,973.514 


969,668 




1,003,846 






49.1 




50.9 




Wicomico 


1,069,354 


676,707 




272,126 


120,521 




63.3 




36.7 




Worcester 


602.585 


59.506 




543,079 






9.9 




90.1 





TABLE 



Revenue from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1977-78 








Current Expenses 


Lc'cal Unit 


Total 
State 
Fund.i 


State Share 
of Current 
Expense 


Handicapped 
Lniioren 


Qua 1 i ty 
Improvement 
Proj ect 


AdUl t 
Cont inuing 
Educat ion 


Industrial 
Tra in ing 


Apprent ice- 
ship 
Program 


Vocational 
Centers 


Transporta- 
tion 
All 


' 

il State 


$694,089,417 


9 /o J , ^jy , /Ui 




C7n nrir\ 
^ ^K) , UUU 


6 7 Q 7 n A A 


C 7Q 7 1 Q 


pu^ , U / D 


com /././. 


CC7 ^QQ nAi 
9 J / , 300 , UOJ 


Al l''p,any 


1 7 1 Aft/. 




col Q 7 /. 














A'lnc Arundel 




27,017,076 


3,773,578 


_ 


36,388 




21,535 


_ 


5,635,020 


tj 1 1 L I fno re i cy 


ICC C CCt 
1 D J 1 JO J , JOO 


67,872.490 


17,035,405 


9.929 


30,105 


10,000 


36,334 




6,596,391 


P. 1 1 1 Imorc 


73,432,463 


ji , bui , lyy 


5 . 215 . 7 79 




36 , 101 






rt /. / /. 


C f7 1 CAT 

, b /I , !>4i 


Ci 1 vert 


7,893.893 




7 Q /. 7 
ZbU .04^ 




7 , 104 






2 , 000 


00 J , y yu 


C-i ro 1 Inc 


c A9Q <^Q0 


Z 1 JUb , 7^ / 


77c 1 7 
^J3, Vb / 




4 . 500 








i / , yuu 


^^a r ro 1 i 


J 1 700 « uU J 


7,264,424 


955.459 


_ 


9,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,852.427 


I* C C 11 




5,588,256 


620,395 


- 


4,416 


- 


- 


- 


1,115.159 


Char] cs 


1 7,996,466 


A fl ^ <i n9 7 
O » D D , / 


Q 1 Q A /, 












7 AAQ S7n 


Dorchester 


4.979.032 


2 , 304 , 186 


332,460 








i , 7 /D 




7nn Ann 


Freder Ick 


I Q Ann 7n 1 


o , I , z Jo 


01/. ^ /. ^ 












i. . CO . 1 / J 


Ca rro 1 1 


7 OB 7 c 


2,486,762 


274,511 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


838,195 


na r i ora 




13,387,970 


1,594.659 




- 


- 


- 


10,000 


2.579,363 


Howard 


18,242,318 


6 , 429 , 192 


1 , 7J2 , I J3 


17 7 
9 , i 










Z , UOJ , 1J7U 


Kent 


2,391,410 


1 ,091 , 258 


328,368 




10 , 252 








A A ft ft 7 9 


Montgomery 


67 , 781 , 160 


21,036,961 


8,410,021 


- 


60,000 


- 


- 


- 


6,200,000 




1 1 , 5 7 1 , m9m 


49,511,159 


9,748.338 




18,000 








8,893,039 


OiJ'!<T Anne'M 


6,028,581 


1 .560.714 


230,646 




4,984 








712,120 


St. Miry's 


12,609,950 


4,958,597 


725.328 




12,532 








1.451,900 


Somerset 


7,263,567 


1 ,879,681 


153.440 




5.194 








497,173 


Talbot 


3,105,379 


708,904 


235,340 




7,292 








378,480 


Washington 


19.556,877 


8,711,095 


963.432 












1,761,254 


Wlc'iraf CO 


1 ] ,089,604 


5,435,247 


607,887 


899 


4,648 


27.827 


4.231 




1,293,593 


Worcester 


2.491 .818 


521,075 


198,034 




5.362 








739,693 



Revenue from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Current Expenses (continued) 


School 
Construction 


Debt 

Service 


Driver 
Education 


Food 
Service 


School 
Coiranunity 
Cen t e r s 


Other* 


Paid Direct 


Teachers' Retire- 
ment System 



Teachers' 
Social Security 


Dt.il State 


S2 S?? OS? 

Y *- t -J ^ %^ -f I 


$3,939,259 


$658, 287 


$12,814, 793 


$72,403,403 


$47,688,755 


$98,251,608 


$55,419,523 


Allegany 


82,615 


88,039 


23, 218 


82,504 


1,139,192 


775.715 


409.795 


4,655,452 


Annt' Arundel 


230,360 


151,571 




86.583 


6,195,953 


4.757.231 


1.215,000 


4,981,998 


Biltimorc City 


77. 133 


2,016,667 


153,786 


11,391,947 


13,087,678 


8,198.185 


25,967,204 


12,902,312 


Ba 1 1 imore 


90, 133 


144,890 




4,919 


10,978,919 


7.044,838 


1,501,785 


9,251,915 


Calvert 


36,500 


47,827 




38,106 


627,119 


409,824 


3,458,403 


30,687 


Cirol Ine 


24 ,960 


55,456 


20,000 


24,129 


316,364 


227,292 


1,509,984 


285,120 


C irrol 1 


97,760 


20,316 


20,000 


3,847 


1,269,084 


898,623 


262,737 


315,126 


' i] 


53,625 


83,623 


19,885 


14,702 


868,416 


599,824 


1,024,000 


544,743 




79,846 


98, 544 




78 , 236 


1,330,507 


900.000 


4,405,975 


797,817 


ii..--. hf-Mcr 


24 000 


51 215 


15 000 


9 296 


500.857 


320.779 


510,226 


204,437 


■ f -!■ r !• k 


80 483 


^ J ) J J 




70,984 


1 695 526 


1,141,403 


4,460,787 


1,132,133 


1 r r ' I f 


27,989 


401,627 


20,000 


28,713 


376,409 


241,636 


3,264,348 


26,875 


" irf "rd 


124,280 


122,850 


35,811 


14,983 


2,435,116 


1,682,973 


9,282, 784 


1,421,061 


M>'Wi rd 


/ L , D3D 






■5/, o A^l 


2,108,355 


1,439.482 


3,301,687 


676,120 


f ■ lU 


1 7 nnn 
I / f 








253,603 


171.135 






^6 ■ • - ^ y 


539, 760 


231,656 


58,962 


333,453 


11,898,197 


7,417.413 


6,041,655 


5,553,082 


Prince Gtorgc s 


589 , 030 




161 , 44 7 


110 "7 "7 1 
LLC, 1 1 L 


12,254,589 


8.000.893 


15,239,462 


10,042,766 


Queen Anne ' s 


17,000 


15,690 






341,725 


239.960 


2,613,768 


282,750 




39,000 


111,570 




64,969 


892,133 


595.965 


3,489,828 


268,128 


Somerset 


16,250 


45,941 




24,647 


290,461 


170,757 


4,074,915 


105,108 


Talbot 


18,980 




20,166 


856 


370,444 


262.030 


866,875 


236,012 


W ish Ington 


133, 770 


120,760 


24,382 


27,395 


1,691,545 


1.141,867 


4,011,709 


969,668 


WJcomico 


42,185 




17,714 


8,358 


990,029 


694,028 


1,286,251 


676,707 


V/'ir- "■sror 


14,742 


24,587 


25,316 


2,989 


491,182 


356,902 


52,430 


59,506 



'■nlli'd description on following page. 



e;:planation of "Other State Revenue" as summarized on the preceding table. 



1 or n 1 !In ^ f 


Pur po se 


Fund s 


Local Unit 


Purpo se 


Funds 


/\ X X c iiy 


Adult Education 


$ 3,703 


Frederick 


Reading & ITV 


t 3 022 




Alternative Programs 


1,138 


(continued) 


School Bus Scheduling 


64,034 




Tuition Bylaw i Miscellaneous 


77,663 




Vocational Rehabilitation 


139 










Miscellaneous 


1 , 265 


Baltimore City 


Density Aid 


11,075,381 










Other 


316,566 


Garrett 


Miscel laneous 


28,713 


Bal t Imore 


Construction Engineering Services 


4,918 


Harford 


Miscellaneous 


14,983 


Calvert 


Volunteer 


10,000 


Howard 


Carryover 


341,211 




Miscellaneous 


28,106 




Project STAR 


1,164 


Caroline 


Mlscel laneous 


24,129 


Kent 


Miscellaneous 


37,531 


Carroll 


Career Education 


1,500 


Montgomery 


Career Education 


2,500 




Miscellaneous 


2,3A7 




Career Guidance 


1,628 










Community Education Task Force 


3,954 


Cecil 


Career Education 


1,502 




Data Processing 


52,021 




Vocational Education 


10,000 




Gifted and Talented 


13,836 




Miscel laneous 


3,200 




Maryland Regional Center for the Arts 


250,949 










Test Processing and Analysis 


6,081 


Charles 


Career Education 


751 




Vocational Education 


2,484 




Charles County Education Center 


9,700 










Early Childhood Mini Grant 


2,000 


Prince George's 


Bowie State College 


11,322 




Gifted and Talented 


4,000 




Career Guidance Institute 


4,166 




Project STAR 


41,299 




Evening Career 


1,906 




Standards for Successful Reading 


2,100 




Gifted and Talented 


2,146 




Miscellaneous 


22,386 




Project STAR 


88,818 










Right to Read 


1,075 


Dorch'-ster 


Adult Education 


844 




Standards for Reading 


3,338 




Workahops 


8,452 












St. Mary's 


Miscellaneous 


64,969 


Irederlck 


Adult Agriculture 


96 








Adult Education 


156 


Somerset 


Disruptive Youth 


284 




Corrective Discipline for School Personnel 


2,272 




Out-of-Country 


263 





D ailed explanation of "Other State Revenue" as summarized on the preceding table. 



_ a'. Vnit Purpose Funds 

Sierset Plan for Reorganization $21,472 

ontinued) Miscellaneous 2,66A 

T bot Workshops . 856 

W;hington Miscellaneous 27,395 

W oralco Holly Center 6,9A3 

Standards for Successful Reading 500 

Vocational Education Act 728 

Other 187 

cester Miscellaneous 2,989 



TABL 



Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 




Local Unit 


Total 
Federal 
Funds 


P.L. 


874 


Vocational 


Education 


Child 
Nutrition 


Adult 
Basic 
Education 


Comp re- 
hens ive 
Employment i 
Training Act 


Handi- 
capped 
Children 
Act 


Eme rgenc 
School 
Asslstano 
Act 


Assistance 
To Impacted 
Areas 


Low Rent 
Housing 


Current 
Expense 


School 
Construction 


Tot.il State 


$134,745,842 


$31,710,475 


$1,477,895 


$5,535,302 


$998,588 


$32,381,060 


$1,245,562 


$6,042,962 


$2,527,205 


$3,211,31 


A 1 1 f'g'iny 


2,935, 150 


50.418 


- 


487,436 


- 


979,903 


31,371 


- 


179,737 




Ai 'ii; Arundel 


1 1,848,520 


5,653,908 


- 


344,759 


- 


1 ,951,456 


93, 782 


- 


260,434 


634, 2( 


H i 1 1 fnorc City 


34,976,634 


699,535 


1,149,500 


414,403 




11,228,043 


236,101 


356,989 


613,229 




It imorc 


8,866,091 


1,415,555 




508,452 




1,701,394 


147,186 


2,382,243 






C 1 Ivcrt 


1,368,952 


113,933 


- 


143,674 


- 


325,484 


16,616 


118,489 


18,693 




C-'i T'j] ine 


1 ,047, 756 


1,197 




139,481 




249,682 


18,090 


64 ,254 


16,091 




C.T r ro ] 1 


1,804,494 


204,383 




303,017 




446,838 


19,554 


- 


105,723 






1 .820,643 


253,414 




233 ,277 




496,575 


17,515 


71,277 


53,399 




Char les 


4,104,798 


2,121,404 




230,427 


49,489 


778,613 


23,000 


48,650 






Dorchester 


1,737,850 


4,422 


- 


129,578 


- 


350,098 


15,382 




- 


238,01 


Frederick 


3,247,639 


729,692 


53,372 


115,295 




757,201 


79,516 


178,954 


— 


224, Qi 


Ca rret t 


1,111, 185 






143,000 




51 ,803 


— 


157,087 


— 




Harford 


5,218,487 


2,483,261 




137,562 




1,169,780 






88,074 




Howard 


2,259,717 


765,245 


I 


334,755 


I 


497,000 


I 


I 


40,312 




Kent 


493.990 


2,083 


- 


80,207 


- 


106,331 


45,693 


54,374 


- 




Mon t f^one ry 


13.979,273 


4 , 908 ,086 


25,886 


396,072 




2,590,209 


191 , 326 


ICO 111 

258,312 


664 ,660 


411,8 


Prince George's 


23.288.893 


10, 122,342 


124,454 


558, 256 




5,627,010 


171, 103 


1,074,718 


233,564 


1,449,9 


Queen Anne's 


714.681 






98,378 




210,764 


14,503 


63,767 


2.448 




St. Mary's 


3.446.074 


1,546,402 


17,482 


130,592 




770,647 


20,546 


89,296 


14,307 




Somerset 


1,652,163 




7,131 


184,771 




307,458 


9,962 


50,953 


53,152 


253,1 


Talbot 


574,954 






83,075 




141,825 


12,804 


45,594 






Washington 


5.532,284 


612,822 


98,072 


129,190 


949,099 


904,545 


45,896 


858,415 


177,620 




Wicomico 


1,800,978 


22.317 


1,998 


131,660 




393,130 


28,000 


125,192 






Worcester 


914.636 


56 




77,985 




345,271 


7,616 


44.398 


5,762 





Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 









Elementary — 


Secondary Educe 


L t ion 


Act 






Indian 


Local Unit 


'i 

Title 


lit ie 


Title 


Title 




Title 


Title 


Title 


Headstart 


Educa t ion 




I 


T T T 
III 


T \1 
i V 


tr 

V 




VI 


VII 


IX 


Ac t 


T'>L.j1 State 


$37,417,661 


$65,784 


$4,841,262 


$2,827 


$1 


385,564 


$20,826 


$ 34 


$2,146,825 


$164,746 


Al Icgnny 


764 , 528 




147 , 944 














— 


Anne Arundel 


1 , 599 , 588 




526, 186 






200,660 


- 








Bi 1 tlmre City 


18, 194, 57A 




1 ,314,008 






168,355 








74,791 


Bi 1 C Imorc 


2, 150,351 


5,579 


182,187 






239,174 








20.569 


Cnl vert 


492,394 


- 


130,049 


- 




200 




- 


- 




Cn ro 1 Ine 


537,039 




21 ,922 








_ 








Cnrrol 1 


441 ,687 




11, ni 


— 




- - 


- 




21,510 




Cecl 1 


527,658 




150, 906 














5,536 


Char] cs 


590,652 


_ 


31,685 






50,107 




_ 


_ 




Dorchester 


626,901 


- 


251,370 


- 




10,268 


20,826 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


661 , 789 


3 , 005 


O T T 1 □ O 

322 , 288 


1 , 195 




64,935 


_ 


J4 






Garrett 


482 , 754 




22 , 837 






253.704 


- 








Harford 


o n n oil 
899,844 




108 , 738 
















Howard 


294,196 


_ 


9,192 


_ 




532 




_ 


_ 




Kent 


192,988 


- 


11,509 


- 








- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


1,846, 105 


21 ,080 


476, 576 






323,951 






i 1 ODO >DZb 


T C 1 TC 
JJ, 1 /j 


Prince George's 


2 , 960, 156 




313,433 












345 ,522 


1 O "300 


Queen Anne s 


Z 7 J , / U 




1 J , J /u 






15,581 










St. Mary's 


683.078 


1,055 


122,857 






30,686 










Somprsot 


635.234 


35,065 


104,695 


1,632 




1.609 










Tilbot 


266.059 




25.597 
















Wnnhlnglnn 


1.079.121 




181,253 






6.422 






113,167 




Wlcoml CO 


791,666 




270,264 






19,380 










W<ir<iHt<T 


405.429 




28,119 

















Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



T nr T 1 !In 1 ^ 


LllLJ(Jv,IIXIIC;r>(_ / 

Rc r UgG€* 
I L U ^ 1. <1 111 


Gifted 
and 

Ta 1 pn t pd 


rly Idcnti" 
ficstion 3ncl 
1 n t G rvpn t i.on 


Rleht 

to 
Read 


Pilot 
Kinder- 


Youth 
Conse rva t ion 
Corps 


Law 
and 
Just Ice 


Youth 
Work 
Experience 


Miscella- 
neous* 


Totnl State 


$105,954 


$66,559 


$13,246 


$99,994 


$31,230 


$117,514 


$120,174 


$1,077,198 


$1,938,036 


Allegany 


- 


10.263 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


283,550 


Anne Arundel 


29,143 


- 


- 


- 


- 


61,431 


152 


491,677 


1,077 


B.tI t Imore City 


- 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


18,658 


16,614 


- 


491,834 


Ba 1 1 imore 


34,448 






53.917 










Id , UJb 


Calvert 




_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9,420 


Carol ine 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


149,048 


40,457 


Cecil 








- 


11,230 


- 


- 


- 


5,392 




*^ 7/. 


















Dorchester 




4,949 




45.782 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


30,186 


Frederick 


- 


15,204 


- 


- 


- 


34,170 


- 


- 


6,923 


C;irrr.-tt 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


H-irford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


234,639 


87,313 


Howa rd 


' ,881 


1 , 181 




178 








1 m Q T /. 
ZUi , J4 




K-iit 


805 








I 


_ 


_ 






Montgomery 


31,412 


6,523 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,255 


- 


- 


122,127 


Prince George's 


- 


6,000 


5,051 


- 


- 


- 


103,408 


- 


174,554 


fliif'cn Annr»* q 

U ' t II /VIILIL. o 




















r,t. M.iry's 




4,000 






10,000 








5,126 


SnncrKct 




6,298 


147 


117 










816 


T.ilboi 




















VJ i-;hi nglon 


390 


141 


3,801 












372,330 


WI comlco 


1,901 


8,000 


3.538 












3,932 


Worcester 





















"^r p! .m.il 1 on on following page. 



A. 





ion of "Other federal Revenue" as sumarized on 


the preceding tables. 






cn\ Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


I 1. r.nny 


Adult Learning 


$ 26,184 


Howard 


Guilford Reading 


$ 10,078 




Alternative Program 


29,276 


(Continued) 


Reading 


51,902 




Neighborhood Youth Corps 


86,052 










Regional Education Service Agency 


142,038 


Montgomery 


Arts for Handicapped 


7,605 










Desegregation 


7,423 


not Arundel 


Mlscel laneous 


1 , 077 




National Institutes of Health 


60,577 










Non-food Assistance 


45,307 


ilti- TP City 


Department of Health, Education and Welfare 


383,313 




Test Processing 


1,215 




Desegregation 


101,697 










Practical Nursing 


6,824 


Prince George's 


ROTC 


66,151 








Miscellaneous 


108,403 


altlT.ore 


Bilingual Education 


20,570 










Miscellaneous 


4,466 


St. Mary's 


Youth Experience & Training Program 


5,126 


alvert 


Non-food Assistance 


3,436 


Somerset 


Miscellaneous 


816 




Work Incentive 


5,984 














Washington 


Area Regional Commission 


284,911 


irroll 


Youth Education & Training Program 


40,457 




Metric Education 


25,021 








Regional Education Service Agency 


31,930 


cll 


COAST 






Title XX 


30,468 




March of Dimes 


5,000 
















Non-food Assistance 


3,932 


narles 


Teacher Corps 


164,552 








.,r<h<",t'.r 


Adult Continuing 


30,186 








rpdcrlck 


Miscellaneous 


6,923 








Afford 


Alternative Program 


87,313 








3ward 


Book and Toy Learning Center 


1,390 










Community Education 


1,174 










Prelect DO 


48,867 









TABLE 



Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 








Interest 
for Debt 

Service 




Outgoing Transfers 


Current Expenses 


Local Unit 


Total 
Disbursements 


Capital 
Outlay 


To Other 
School 
Units 


Tuition- 
Handicapped 
Children 


Child 
Nu t rl t ion 


Total 
Current 
Expenses 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Total State 


$1,716,323,418 


$32,402,153 


$132,339,393 


$1,137,891 


$8,487,225 


$36,320,319 


$1,505,636,437 


$970,199,850 


$10,372,546 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


30,617,536 
135.696.955 
312.480.737 
229.682.963 

18,074,233 


101.290 
2.982.309 
9.868,326 
4.030.780 

189,317 


5,021.649 
5.902.179 
30.397.952 
1.066.734 
3,927.041 


732,313 


35.852 
483,980 
2 , 101 ,274 
732,225 
57.885 


1,067,942 
2,103,027 
13,244,710 
1,846,284 
373.311 


24,390,803 
124,225,460 
256,868,475 
221 ,274,627 

13,526,679 


15.350.948 
83,906,438 
165.843.201 
145.536,402 
8,577,071 


130,836 
994,986 
2,066,905 
1,201,825 
114,896 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


9,268,226 
29,452.043 
21.099,130 
31,004,602 
11,982,302 


104.765 
442.854 
192.894 
548,988 
61,977 


1.553,468 
738.046 

1.690.770 
480.128 
659.833 


5.693 

89.932 
7.000 


26,684 
37 , 166 


305,138 
467,154 
580, 198 
877,157 
401.313 


7,304.855 
27.771,612 
18,598,102 
29,008,397 
10,852,179 


4,628,065 
17,868,986 
11,807,692 
18,032,102 

6,925,458 


36,796 
158,212 
105,582 
161,182 

42,711 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


42,106.552 
12,347,231 
61.432.372 
52,181.927 
6,445,621 


1,875 
1.009,299 
837,142 
103.094 


5.994.595 
3.399,586 
10,058,498 
4,485,580 
69.506 


53.411 
85.533 


127,758 
11,025 
152,141 
329,782 


802.526 
453,430 
1,292,630 
542,780 
121,656 


35,128,262 
8,395,782 
48,919,804 
45,986,643 
6,151,365 


23,123.096 
5.023.226 
31,556.229 
28.796.762 
3.598,098 


169,968 
47.262 
319,063 
100,446 
7.432 


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


292.038,041 
290.686.059 
7 .891 ,095 
24.274.033 
1 1 .051.449 


4,852,460 
5,664,957 
70,623 
78,826 
39,751 


22.409,341 
18.524.994 
61 , 732 
3.942.610 
4,142,146 


27.302 
116,568 


4,311,342 
41,881 
33,185 


2,821,865 
5,627,010 
226,453 
882,217 
353,399 


257,615,731 
260,869.098 
7.373,838 
19.370,380 
6.482.968 


164,157.851 
165.682.910 

4.631,144 
12,036,001 

4,070,311 


2,472,516 
1,652,902 

28,687 
217,929 

42,965 


Tnlbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Wnrcester 


9,097.464 
43,083,144 
22,705,573 
11,624,130 


126,348 
548.153 
375.050 
171,075 


900,969 
5,145,575 
1,685,684 
80,777 


20.139 


5.045 


141,826 
1,025,305 
393,130 
369,858 


7.923.276 
36.364.111 
20,231,570 
11,002.420 


5,247,257 
23,189,973 
13,317,636 

7,292,993 


43,959 
138,219 
88,104 
29,163 



Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Current Expenses (Continued) 



Local Unit 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 


Maintenance 
of Plant 


Pupil Trans^ 
por tat ion 


Adminis- 
tration 


Fixed Charges 


Food 
Services/ 


Student 
Body 
Activities 


Community 
Services 


Local 
Share 


State 
Share* 


Total State 


$3,861,922 


$151,244,192 


$51,011,888 


$68,782,138 


$35,721,990 


$82,269,607 


$120,092,158 


$1,519,404 


$3,408,635 


$7,152,107 


Allegany 


6,165 


2,504,970 


805,988 


1,392,654 


555,165 


1,557, 299 


1 , 914 , 907 


31,765 


_ 


140,106 


Anne Arundel 




11,540,459 


3,120,764 


6.225,580 


2,886,788 


4.110,963 


10,953,184 




- 


486,298 


Baltimore City 


1,107,617 


27,613,376 


6,800,624 


7,802,343 


7,425,071 


16,000,675 


21 ,285,863 


92,267 


762,564 


67,969 


Ba] tlmore 


803,465 


22,321 ,529 


8,857,126 


7,917,983 


3 ,909,982 


10,210,255 


18,023,757 


200,791 


5,091 


2,286,421 


Cil vert 


24,831 


1,284,961 


382,556 


956,508 


318,417 


637,340 


1,036,943 


17 ,690 


86,875 


88,591 


Carol ine 


13,232 


704 , 301 


144,440 


623,268 


189,406 


312,462 


C /. "3 /I C 

34J,DJ0 


23,688 


27,591 


57,950 


Cirrol 1 


75,684 


2,651,204 


837,151 


2,032,376 


580,284 


1,130,575 


2,167,707 


2,013 


160,570 


106,850 


Cecil 


32 .632 


1,865,007 


745,058 


1,158,986 


405,587 


716,836 


1,468,240 


17,808 


103,386 


171,288 


Charles 


s m 1 

D t\J L I 


L ^ 1 \J J f O 1 \J 


fifti 57/, 

DO J t J ' " 


7 lAn in? 


801 335 


1,202,957 


2,230,507 


121 384 


115 917 


540,311 


Dorchester 


nn c 7 Q 


1 lift 9 Q 7 


A 7 7 A A 1 


1 1 R nA 7 

/ 10 , UD / 


271 146 


458,140 


821,636 


4 607 


45 469 


2 409 


Frede rick 


11 01 y 
J Z 1 7Z 1 




QCQ Oct 




ft OA OR 7 


1 ^ c 1 r\r\ f 

1,652,006 


2 , 836 , 929 


90 101 


5 242 


87 632 


Garrett 


18,733 


691,784 


214,972 


903,709 


204,986 


480,573 


618,045 


36,162 


13,673 


142,657 


Harford 


299,941 


4,943,960 


1,750,020 


2,607,317 


1.015,755 


2,097,259 


4,118,089 




212,171 




Howa rd 




A QAA ft^n 


1,312, 10/ 


2 483 292 


1 067 884 

J. ) \J\J 1 f (JOt 


2,220,352 


3,547,837 


88 


431 , 258 


765,200 


Kent 


-/ J 1 


563 386 


623 326 


444 972 


133,931 


293,731 


424,738 




54 , 317 


6,903 


Hon t gome ry 


20,592 


24,076,995 


8,430,396 


9,086,626 


7,454,226 


21,043,531 


19,315,610 


653,258 


_ 


904,130 


Prince George's 


1,024,144 


27,783,281 


11,037,966 


12,'914,839 


5,433,462 


13,787,673 


20,255,482 




1,198,970 


97,469 


Queen Anne's 


13,396 


576,262 


260,466 


759,830 


147,639 


322,878 


581,685 


2,856 


11,349 


37,646 


St. Mary's 


17,381 


1,865,862 


832,790 


1,496,662 


518,629 


664,625 


1,488,098 


105.662 


48,211 


78,530 


Somerset 


18,026 


657,323 


180,846 


530,090 


163,770 


262,302 


461,218 


15.133 


20,248 


60,736 


Talbot 


15,384 


725,337 


246,584 


412,361 


185,291 


336,558 


632,474 


17,539 


14,751 


45,781 


Wash i tig I on 




3,922,355 


1.110,758 


1,803,429 


764,389 


1,746,199 


2,833,412 






855,377 


Wicomico 


153,399 


1,691,322 


637,054 


1,349,262 


401,887 


759,087 


1,684,057 


40,939 


27,793 


81,030 


Wore I'sttT 


43,687 


957,156 


415.410 


808,053 


192,878 


265,331 


848,084 


45,653 


63,189 


40,823 



■T- j'h-r Rf'tlrfment and Social Security paid direct by State, 
lud' M fi'dcral rclmburHement for child nutrition. 



TABLE 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 ^ 

Total Instruction 1 ■ \m \ 



Local Unit 


Total 
Ins t rue t ion 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Serv ices 




Supplies and 


Materials 




Other 
Charges 


Total Supplies 
and Materials 




Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


$970,199,850 


$913,703,999 


$7,935,171 


$42,925,675 


$12,237,367 


$6,181,751 


$24,506,557 


$5,635,005 


Al legany 


15,350,948 


14,365,423 


167,989 


734,225 


933 


78,638 


654.654 


83,311 


Anne Arundel 


83,906,438 


78,282,313 


581 ,351 


4,627.157 


1,847.446 


1,069,105 


1.710.606 


415,617 


Baltimore City 


165,843,201 


157,354,633 


2,801,626 


5,226,834 


1. 793,472 


905,948 


2,527.414 


460,108 


R;ilf'fnir>rp 


"iTfi in7 


± JO f I J\J f J7 L 


sin 1 OA 




9 9Q1 HQA 


1 A 11 «; 

1 '♦O , J J 


O A01 QQC 
J ,Uol , 070 




Ca 1 vert 


8,577.071 


7,841,259 


75.427 


621,671 


164,174 


99,577 


357,920 


38.714 


Carol Ine 


4,628,065 


4,270,201 


20.529 


290,131 


65,947 


33,886 


190, 298 


47,204 


Ci rrol 1 


17,868,986 


16,350,607 


172,623 


1,156,386 


239,283 


162, 267 


754,836 


189,370 


Cecil 


11,807,692 


11,070,952 


31,253 


606,949 


201,037 


88,760 


317,152 


98,538 


Charles 


18,032,102 


16,646,121 


292,927 


962,765 


255.561 


179,253 


527,951 


130,289 


I'orchester 


6,925,458 


6,363,243 


68.937 


410,885 


81 .829 


35.284 


293. 772 


82 , 393 


Frederick 


23,123.096 


21,614,055 


155.294 


1,118,183 


398.815 


154,650 


564,718 


235,564 


Garrett 


5,023,226 


4,674,283 


29.255 


250,510 


95.519 


41,709 


113,282 


69,178 


Harford 


31.556.229 


29,166,130 


159.227 


2,096,568 


669.808 


535,315 


891,445 


134,304 


Mown rH 


2R, 796, 762 


26,676,118 


297.240 


1 ,484 ,007 


258. 147 


230, 336 


995,524 


339,397 


Kent 


3,598,098 


3,257.574 


60,652 


213,282 


45,414 


35.548 


132.320 


66,590 


Montgomery 


164, 157,851 


155,737,083 


889,566 


6,771,128 


1,090,791 


919.630 


4,760.707 


760.074 


Prince George's 


165,682,910 


156,676,272 


1.225,029 


7,077,655 


1,824,612 


994.674 


4.258.369 


703.954 


Queen Anne's 


4 , fill , 1 i4 


4 , 307 ,843 


20.803 


224,840 


76 , 273 


21 . 222 


127, 345 


77.658 


St. Mary's 


12,036,001 


11,127,759 


118,858 


677,792 


166,931 


102,765 


408,096 


111.592 


Somerset 


4,070,311 


3,738,412 


16,190 


246,285 


36,311 


39,626 


170,348 


69,424 


Talbot 


5.247,257 


4,653,296 


37,896 


445,200 


81,704 


60,445 


303,051 


110,865 


Washington 


23,189,973 


21 .658,076 


52,604 


985.538 


282,164 


95.241 


608,133 


493,755 


Wicomico 


13,317,636 


12,484,443 


102,841 


640.579 


149,166 


81,941 


409,472 


89,773 


Worcester 


7,292,993 


6,631.512 


46,860 


535,460 


120,936 


67,276 


347,248 


79,161 



Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 
Elementary and Secondary (Prek.-12) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 




Supplies and 


Materials 




Other 
Charges 


Total Supplies 
and Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 








9900 , 112 ,34 7 


5 7 , oOo , 292 


t/O COD ACT 


§12, 140, Ud7 


$6 , 181 , 751 


$24,256,634 


$5,587,057 


A 1 1 




15 , 297 , 250 


14,318,819 


167,696 


728 . 846 


933 


78,638 


649,275 


81 ,889 


Anne Arundel 




83,625,816 


78,022,515 


581 , 226 


4,608,175 


1,836,162 


1,069,105 


1 , 702,908 


413.900 


B.iltlmore City 




164,116,648 


155,722,190 


2,783,335 


5,163.006 


1,786.761 


905,948 


2,470,297 


448,117 


Bd J t Imorc 




144,922,633 


138,177,916 


503,327 


5,494,177 


2.287,693 


148,655 


3,057,829 


747,213 


Col ve r t 




8,531 ,403 


7,799,353 


75,427 


618,991 


164,174 


99.577 


355, 240 


37.632 


1 4 

KfUVo L Ins 




4,620,478 


4,264,206 


18,654 


290,414 


65.947 


33.886 


190,581 


47,204 


Carroll 




17, 769,094 


16,267,061 


172,392 


1,144,619 


238.614 


162 . 267 


743, 738 


185,022 


Cecil 




11,780,558 


11,051,944 


29,378 


601,259 


196.793 


88.760 


315,706 


97,977 


V^Il'l I J e 3 




18,012,647 


16.629,547 


292,927 


959,884 


255,561 


179.253 


525.070 


130,289 






6,847,750 


6,296,453 


67,509 


404 , 250 


81.676 


35.284 


1 o T 1 nn 

287 . 290 


79,538 


Frederick 




22,923,752 


21,432,752 


154 , 719 


1 inn o Q f 

1 . 109 , Bob 


396 , 108 


154.650 


559. 128 


226, 395 


Cnrrctt 




5 ,009 , 262 


4 , 662 , 715 


28 , 843 


248,535 


95 . 285 


41 , 709 


111 . 542 


69. 168 


Harford 




31 ,556,229 


29,166,130 


159,227 


2.096,568 


669.808 


535.315 


891.445 


134.304 


Howard 




28,796,762 


26,676,118 


297,240 


1,484,007 


258,147 


230,336 


995,524 


339.397 


Kent 




3,530, 284 


3,206,566 


58,953 


203 , 225 


45 , 293 


35 , 548 


122 , 384 


61 . 540 


Montgomery 




161,810,885 


153,577,566 


of\£. inn 

806 . 199 


6,670, 846 


1 c\t.a Q /. T 
1 , U4y , o4 J 


Q 1 Q ton 


4 . /Ol , J / J 


/_)o . Z /4 


Prince George's 




165,413,947 


156,460,483 


1,215,063 


7,034,447 


1,802.660 


994,674 


4.237.113 


703,954 


Quoen Anne's 




4 ,608,555 


4,291,671 


18,928 


220,909 


74.113 


21,222 


125,574 


77,047 


St. Mary's 




12,000,891 


11,095,191 


118,858 


676.134 


166.931 


102.765 


406,438 


110,708 


Somerset 




4 ,047,175 


3,719,166 


16,190 


242.489 


35.416 


39,626 


167,447 


69,330 


Talbot 




5,209,928 


4,625,225 


37,896 


437,624 


80,622 


60.445 


296.557 


109,183 


Washington 




23,147,349 


21 ,621,474 


52,604 


980,985 


282,164 


95,241 


603.580 


492.286 


Wicomico 




13,227.604 


12,401,249 


102,841 


633,985 


148,427 


81,941 


403.617 


89.529 


Worcester 




7,287,248 


6.626,037 


46.860 


535,190 


120,936 


67.276 


346.978 


79. 161 



Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 

Adult Education 



Local unit 


Total 

1,1191. 1. UV. 


1 

1 arlpQ 

and 
Wages 


Contracted 




Supplies and 


Materials 




Other 
Charges 


Total Supplies 
and Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


To ml St.ice 


$6,105,482 


$5,591,432 


$128,879 


$337,223 


$97,300 


- 


$239,923 


$47,948 


Al I egany 


53.698 


46,604 


293 


5,379 


- 


- 


5,379 


1,422 


Anne Arundel 


280,622 


259,798 


125 


18,982 


11,284 


- 


7,698 


1,717 


Bil timore City 


1,726,553 


1,632,443 


18,291 


63,828 


6,711 




57 , 117 


11,991 


Baltimore 


613,769 


578,475 


6,867 


27,468 


3,401 


- 


24,067 


959 


Ca Ivert 


A5,668 


41,906 


- 


2,680 


- 


- 


2,680 


1,082 


Carol Ine 


7,587 


5,995 


1,875 


(283) 


- 


- 


(283) 


- 


Carroll 


99,892 


83,546 


231 


11,767 


669 


- 


11,098 


4,348 


Cecil 


27, 134 


19,008 


1,875 


5,690 


4 ,244 




1,446 


561 


Charl es 


19,455 


16,574 




2,881 




- 


2,881 




Ddrcheater 


77,708 


66,790 


1,428 


6,635 


153 


- 


6,482 


2,855 


rr'dnrick 


199,344 


181,303 


575 


8,297 


2,707 


- 


5,590 


9,169 


(. irrctt 


13,964 


11,568 


412 


1,974 


234 


- 


1,740 


10 


Hirford 


















ll'w.ird 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


V'-nl 


67,814 


51,008 


1,699 


10,057 


121 


- 


9,936 


5,050 


Moiitpjomcry 


2,346,966 


2,159,517 


83,367 


100,282 


40,948 


- 


59,334 


3,800 


Prince George's 


ZOO ) 70 J 


9 1 *i 7flO 

^ LJ 9 /O 7 


Q OA A 








Z 1 , ZDD 




'^u<-in Anne's 


22,589 


16,172 


1,875 


3,931 


2,160 




1,771 


611 


St. Mary's 


35,110 


32,568 




1,658 






1,658 


884 


Somerset 


23, 136 


19,246 




3,796 


895 




2,901 


94 


Talbot 


37,109 


27,851 




7,576 


1,082 




6,494 


1,682 


W.i<;hlngton 


42,624 


36,602 




4,553 






4,553 


1,469 


Wicomico 


90,032 


83,194 




6,594 


739 




5,855 


244 


Worcester 


5,745 


5,475 




270 






270 





TABLE 




Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



Local Unit 




Pupil Personnel Services 


Health Services 




Total Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Health 
Salaries 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Olher 
Charges 


<tal State 


$10,372,547 


$10,007,278 


$151,168 


$73,148 


$140,953 


$3,861,922 


$3,186,743 


$536,171 


$112,078 


$26,930 


Al legany 


130,836 


122,852 




5.088 


2,896 


6.165 




2,933 


3,232 




Anne Arundel 


994,987 


951,787 


609 


2,910 


39,681 












B-il timore City 


2,066,905 


2.040,480 


18,954 


7.462 


9 


1.107.617 


648,919 


458,698 


- 




Bi 1 1 inore 


1,201,825 


1,185,562 


- 


4.278 


11,985 


803,465 


776,886 


10,027 


15, 705 


84 7 


Calvert 


114.896 


109.849 


- 


1.130 


3.917 


24 ,831 


11,800 


9,181 


2,671 


1,179 


Caroline 


36, 796 


34.246 


106 


1,868 


576 


13,232 


2,690 


9. 767 


775 




Carroll 


158. 212 


116.541 


26,116 


8,656 


6.899 


75,684 


63,547 


819 


11,318 




Cecil 


105,582 


95.120 


2,640 


1.273 


6.549 


32,632 


27,260 


287 


3,543 


1 C/. 

1 , J'tz 


Charles 


161,182 


123,808 


30,923 


2,383 


4,068 


5,011 


- 


- 


5,011 




Dorchester 


42,711 


38,534 


55 


1,449 


2,673 


20,578 


16.277 


1,894 


2,001 


406 


Frederick 


169,968 


164,700 


(1.817) 


1,363 


5,722 


32,921 


25.137 


3,629 


4,107 


48 


Garrett 


47,262 


42 822 


199 


2 , 791 


1,450 


18,733 


10,391 


5,503 


538 


2,301 


Harford 


319.063 


312,436 




5,567 


1,060 


299,941 


271,838 


5,420 


22,668 


15 


riL/ w a L u 


100.446 


90,676 


202 


3,340 


6,228 


114.572 


98,533 


4,544 


7,631 


3,864 


Kent 


7,432 


6,092 


801 


393 


146 


531 


- 


- 


- 


531 


Honlgomery 


2,472,516 


2,470,296 




2,220 




20,592 


16,955 


1,489 


1,754 


394 


Prince George's 


1.652.902 


1,564,167 


49,571 


4,010 


35,154 


1.024.144 


985,171 


9,061 


25,294 


4,618 


Queen Anne's 


28.687 


24,934 




1,742 


2,011 


13.396 


10,400 


1,564 




1,432 


St. Mary's 


217,929 


184,704 


22,635 


8,853 


1,737 


17,381 


10,420 




371 


6,590 


Sfimersot 


42,965 


39,275 




713 


2.977 


18,026 


14,621 


2,582 


163 


660 


T.ilbot 


43,959 


39,132 


65 


1.239 


3.523 


15.384 


12,722 


253 


1,137 


1,272 


•'"ishlngton 


138,219 


136,550 




535 


1,134 












Wicomico 


88,104 


84.1 18 


109 


3,463 


414 


153,399 


145,800 


5,091 


2,191 


317 


Worcester 


29,163 


28,597 




422 


144 


43,687 


37,376 


3,429 


1,968 


914 



TABLE 

1 no 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Maintenance of Plant: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 I 1 J ^ 



Local Unit 




Operation of Plant 






Malntence of 


Plant 






Total 
Operation 
of Plant 


Salaries 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Maintenance 
of Plant 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equlpmc 
Replacen 


Total State 


$151,244,191 


$81,202,425 


$8,710,822 


$6,805,024 


$54,525,920 


$51,011,888 


$24,978,161 


$12,213,785 


$8.2,!2,893 


$585,492 


$5,011.! 


Allegany 


2,504,970 


1,439,175 


39,078 


99,443 


927,274 


805,988 


275,405 


119,806 


274,238 


20.480 


116. ( 


Anne Arundel 


11,540,458 


5,995,389 


173,877 


206 728 


5 1 64 464 


3. 120.764 


1,331.048 


893,050 


580,037 


52,908 


263. 


Baltimore City 


27,613,376 


16,554,431 


7,421,298 


3,637,647 




6.800.624 


3,756,544 


1,742,228 


908,985 




392. { 


Baltimore 


22,321 ,529 


13.669,641 


52.991 


415.308 


8,183,589 


8.857.126 


3,263,931 


3,383,926 


1.417.861 


11,751 


779, ( 


Calvert 


1,284,961 


594,827 


10,507 


64.952 


614,675 


382.556 


248,869 


13,540 


98. 554 


35 


21 ,. 


Caroline 


704 ,301 


310,443 


9.725 


26.145 


357,988 


144,440 


68, 768 


30,411 


44. 704 


557 




Carrol 1 


2,651,204 




J / . tiUU 


72 .892 


1 . Jo / . Uzo 


837.151 


338,492 


220,082 


1 29, 335 


12,537 


136, 


Cecil 


1,865,007 


829,974 


20,462 


49.821 


964.750 


745.058 


312,149 


73,613 


185.443 


821 


173, ( 


Charles 


2,765,810 


1,274,339 


32.821 


103,841 


1.354.809 


683,574 


462,664 


50,469 


139.080 


3,204 


28, 


Dorchester 


1 118 297 


337,693 


11,549 


48.108 


720,947 


LT\ 661 


142 518 


mo t LOO 


1 no QSfl 

L\jy , 7 Jo 






f^rederlck 


3 477 4ns 


1,520,563 


61,755 


140.143 


1 ,749,944 


QSfl 7'>6 

3 JO , ^ JO 


J , / 




Z J J , / X 7 


£. fVJO 




Car ret t 


691 784 


276,630 


3,337 


31 .665 


380, 152 


9 1 A Q77 


70 , J JZ 




A 7 1 Rr\ 




JO , c 


Harford 


4,943,960 


2,085,666 


39,861 


266.716 


2.551.717 


1,750,020 


746,680 


229,517 


458,228 


1,566 


314, ( 


Howard 


4,946,850 


2 , 153, 725 


144.260 


160,395 


2.488,470 


1,512,102 


652.556 


211.582 


168,753 


34,580 


444, ( 


Kent 


563 , 386 


190,502 


12.743 


20,549 


339,592 


623 326 


91 .068 


242 796 


44 291 


1 943 


243, < 


MontRcimpry 


24,076,995 




16.724 


498 . 561 


lA ceo r\"7r» 
lU , 55o , U /O 


8,430, 396 


6.035, 356 


438 ,005 


857,895 


291,873 


807,; 


Prince George's 


27,783,281 


15.241,736 


452.364 


586.301 


11,502.880 


11.037,966 


5,366.392 


2.996.829 


1,871,952 


109,847 


692.' 


Queen Anne's 


576,262 


203,886 




31.152 


341,224 


260,466 


103.704 


114.873 


10,744 


7,799 


23,: 


St. Mary's 


1,865,862 


991,512 


30.572 


85.275 


758,503 


832,790 


375,181 


134.414 


208,332 


9 


114, { 


Somerset 


657,323 


227,909 


9,940 


35,015 


384,459 


180,846 


73,912 


30.579 


69,743 




6,f 


Talbot 


725,337 


285,643 


21,368 


20.643 


397,683 


246,584 


73,629 


114.249 


26,883 


2,040 


29." 


Wishlngton 


3,922,355 


1,866,762 


47,730 


101,834 


1,906,029 


1,110,758 


359,140 


437.333 


155,617 


3,942 


154.' 


W 1 c nm 1 c o 


1,691,322 


695.014 


46,067 


62,186 


888,055 


637,054 


254,267 


211.687 


117,087 


15.892 


38.1 


'.•.■■irnstcr 


957,156 


299,441 


14,393 


39,704 


603,618 


415,410 


102,509 


142.850 


67,274 


165 


102. f 



TABLE 

ti 

Disbursements for Administration and Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 





Administration 


Pupil Transportation 


Locnl Unit 


Total 
Adminis- 
t ra t ion 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total, Pupil 
Transpor- 
tation 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Vehicle 
Replace- 
ment 


.t il Sint 


$35,721,990 


$28,249,752 


$5,019,812 


$1,605,712 


$846,714 


$68,782,138 


$22,713,307 


$36,302,555 


$3,712,041 


$1,975,271 


$4,078,964 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Bal timore 
Calvert 


555,165 
2,886,788 
7,425,071 
3,909,982 

318,41 7 


409,063 
2, 188,643 
5,939, 783 
3,404,556 

230,157 


96,216 
461,512 
1,102,212 
176,831 
44,171 


24,024 
163,735 
343,145 
258,433 

18,440 


25,862 
72,898 
39,931 
70,162 
25,649 


1,392,654 
6,225,580 
7 ,802 , 343 
7,917,983 
956,508 


155,089 
742,056 
1,804,994 
4,407,484 
68,004 


1,092,144 
5,001,828 
5,697,069 
824,311 
872,826 


41,439 
125,815 
131 ,945 
1,176,384 
1,148 


28,232 
355,830 
168,335 
207,653 

14,530 


75,750 
51 

1,302,151 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


189,406 
580,284 
405,587 
801 ,335 
271 , 146 


126,133 
468,295 
295,142 
605,507 
190,175 


30,547 
50,831 
82,542 
112,680 
51 ,821 


15,970 
25,740 
13,849 
31,868 
13,999 


16,756 
35,418 
14,054 
51,280 
15,151 


623,268 
2,032,376 
1,158,986 
2,348,307 

718,067 


44,060 
92,160 
93,050 
115,818 
57,231 


565,753 
1,895,515 
1,022,650 
2,164,664 

628,977 


7,127 
6,464 
16.254 
13,072 
15,706 


6,328 
21,667 
27,032 
54,753 
16,153 


16,570 


Frederick 

Cnrrcll 

U<rf;r'i 

lldu-ird 

KillL 


694,082 
204,986 
1 ,015, 755 
1 .067.884 
133,931 


530,258 
1 58.298 
739,658 
837.316 
92.765 


68,984 
30,300 
194 , 2 18 
106.760 
14,952 


61,036 
5,235 
60, 529 
82,660 
11,481 


33,804 
11,153 
21 ,350 
41 .148 
14,733 


2,005,624 
903,709 

1 t m TIT 
2 , dU / , Jl / 

2.483.292 

444,972 


644,468 
47,4i;7 
34 1 , 024 
116,654 
50,228 


910,989 
807,919 
Z , UUo ,0/9 
2,310,891 
384,036 


262,835 
4,943 

164 , 913 
2,666 
7,848 


90,137 
13,994 
37 ,634 
53,081 
2,860 


97,195 
29,426 


- Montgomery 

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


7,454,226 
5,433,462 
147,639 
518,629 
163,770 


5,958,276 
4,378,488 

90,960 
413,144 

83,335 


1,213,473 
834 ,139 
28,083 
41,238 
39,821 


190,899 
111, /75 
14,498 
43,219 
11,975 


91,578 
109,060 
14,098 
21,028 
28,639 


9,086,626 
12,914,839 

759,830 
1,496,662 

530,090 


5,696,676 
7,407,335 

45,658 
154,691 

27,675 


426,854 
3,938, 139 

671,376 
1,254,212 

450,488 


1,479,633 
49,490 
14,220 
24,067 
31 


392,004 
294 , 283 
19,076 
63,692 
51,896 


1,091,459 
1,225,592 
9,500 


Talbot 

W I'.hlngton 

Wicomico 

Wtircistcr 


185,291 
764,389 
401,887 
192,878 


112,319 
615,304 
279,370 
102,807 


28,484 
83,476 
79,409 
47,112 


17,789 
42,510 
28,186 
14,717 


26,699 
23,099 
14,922 
28,242 


412,361 
1,803,429 
1,349,262 

808,053 


29,574 
472,348 
66,165 
33,438 


373,295 
1,002,164 
1,242,167 

755,609 


3,133 
162,242 
357 
309 


6,359 
(9,528) 
40,573 
18,697 


176,203 



V 



Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



TABLE 

104 



Local Unit 



Total 
Fixed 
Charges 



Total 



Paid by Local Boards of Education 



Retirement 
Funds 



Social 
Security 



Other 
Employee 
Benefits 



Other 
Insurance 
& Benefits 



Rent 



Other 



Paid Direct by State 



Total 



Teachers ' 
Retirement 
System 



Teachers 
Social 
Security 



Al lf?,^nY 
AntK- Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Cnrol Ine 
C-irroU 
Cer i 1 
Ch.irlos 
Dorchester 

Fr.-dorlck 
G.irrctt 
H irford 
Hov-ird 
Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince- George's 
O'l- '-n Anne's 
St. Miry'H 
S'ln'- rset 




5202,361.764 

3,472,206 
15.064, U7 
37.286.538 
28,234,012 

1,674,283 

856,118 

3,298,282 
2, 185,076 
3,433,464 
1,279,776 

4,488.935 
1,098,618 
6,215,348 
5,768,189 
718,468 

40,359,141 
34,043,155 
904,563 
2, 152, 723 
723.520 

969,032 
4.579,611 
2,443,144 
1,1 13,415 



$82,269,606 

1,557,299 
4,110,963 
16,000,675 
10,210,255 
637,340 

312,462 
1,130,575 

716,836 
1,202,957 

458,140 

1,652,006 
480,573 
2 097,259 
2,220,352 
293,730 

21 ,043,531 
13,787,673 
322,878 
664,625 
262,302 

336,558 
1,746,199 
759,087 
265,331 



$13,381,560 

349,041 
554,390 
2,310,004 
290,496 
86,908 

70,975 
192,214 

34,040 
252,970 

77,336 

240,131 
85,982 
218,061 
189,197 
69,514 

5,771,402 
1,897,358 

46,430 
123,346 

50,202 

58,590 
282,669 
126,177 
4.127 



$13,784,546 

211,048 
886,837 
2,841,888 
1,964,550 
105,572 

61,819 
221 ,261 
142,528 
229.446 
110.139 

319.737 
76,515 
318,380 
340,222 
44,105 

2,347,059 
2,663,106 

41,564 
162,898 

78,335 

43,075 
376,703 
133,383 

64,376 



$35,259,496 

836,753 
1,775,040 
2.578,550 
7,160,065 



115,389 
49,326 

364,118 



851.035 
226.639 
1.259,609 

94,384 

11,278,005 
6,568,618 
167,397 
210,124 
82,606 

156,705 
1,047,003 
296.144 
141.986 



$17,216,650 

160,457 
840,487 
7,967,838 
700.781 
444.860 

57.079 
667.774 
540.153 
337.933 
267,665 

203,370 
69,698 

301,209 
1.652,883 
83,172 

693.286 
1.560,244 

67,987 
168,257 

47,816 

60,356 
65,945 
202,558 
54,842 



$744,922 



54,209 
302,395 
97,550 



7,200 

115 
18,490 
3,000 

33,150 
20,190 

22,650 



123,245 
61,903 



$1,882,432 



(3,187) 



4,583 
1,549 

15,400 
2,555 

830,534 
1,036,444 
(500) 

3.343 

17,832 
(26.121) 



825 



$120,092,158 

1,914,907 
10,953,184 
21,285,863 
18,023,757 

1,036,943 

543,656 
2,167,707 
1.468,240 
2,230,507 

821,636 

2,836,929 
618,045 
4,118,089 
3,547,837 
424,738 

19,315.610 
20,255,482 

581.685 
1.488.098 

461.218 

632.474 
2.833.412 
1,684,057 

848,084 



$72,403,403 

1,139,192 
6,195,953 
13.087.678 
10,978.919 
627,119 

316.364 
1.269.084 

868.416 
1.330.507 

500,857 

1,695,526 
376,409 
2,435,116 
2,108,355 
253,603 

11,898,197 
12,254,589 
341,725 
892,133 
290,461 

370,444 
1,691,545 
990,029 
491,182 



$47,688,7? 

775,7: 
4,757,2 
8,198,11 
7,044,8 

409,8 

227,2 
898,6 
599, f 
900, C 
320,; 

1,141,' I 

241,1 
1 682,' j 
1,439, 
171, 

7,417, I 
8,000, I 
239, ) 
595,5 
170,7 

262,0 
1.141, ? 
694 8 
356 12 



TABLE 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 





Food Services 


Student Body Activities 


Local Unit 


Total 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- ■ 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


Total 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


iLll Stitc 


$1,519,404 


$758,698 


$169,867 


$227,781 


$308,129 


$54,929 


$3,408,635 


$1,775,705 


$712,208 


$342,950 


$441,808 


$135,964 


Al legnny 
Atinp Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Ba 1 t Imore 
Calvert 


31,765 

92,267 
200.791 
17,690 


17.690 

197.765 
17.054 


47,000 


45,000 
2,651 


15 

267 
375 


14,060 
636 


762,564 
5,091 
86,875 


502,998 
41,583 


161,905 
30,153 


93.144 
5.091 
13.604 


1,535 


4,517 


Carol Ine 
Carrol 1 
C-cil 
Charles 
Dorchester 


23.688 
2.013 

17.808 
121 ,384 
4,607 


11.975 
1,345 

108,332 
3,481 


1,121 
8,631 
52 


10.815 
668 

15.553 
914 
1.074 


898 

1,134 
2,773 


734 


27,591 
160,570 
103,386 
115,917 

45,469 


70,941 
45,808 
53,437 
3,144 


12,728 
64,262 
22,939 
29,009 
13,809 


14.663 
20.423 
18,288 
4,819 
5,041 


200 
2,190 
16,351 
28,580 
23,475 


2,754 
72 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

lliiw.i rd 
Kent 


90,101 
36,162 

88 


57,066 
16,930 


2,771 
1,467 


4.603 
6,061 

88 


3,131 
6,401 


22,530 
5,303 


5,242 
13,673 
212,171 
431,258 
54,317 


11,012 
13,093 
200,780 
7,646 


2,375 

49,217 
122,080 
26,300 


2,038 

95,666 
9,640 
7,239 


829 
2,661 

69,964 
4,300 


54,195 
28,794 
8,832 


lion t gome ry 
Prince Ceorge's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mary's 
! SotniTset 


653,258 

2,856 
105,662 
15.133 


263,967 
1,837 
9,190 


101,723 
2.066 


3,345 

989 
105.662 
3,627 


284,223 
30 
129 


121 


1,198,970 
11.349 
48,211 
20,248 


798,659 
2,498 

7,040 


104,651 
6,448 
13,938 
11,761 


1,991 
1,599 
16,957 


261,331 
804 
17.316 
1,447 


32,338 


Talbot 
Wasii Ington 
WIrcmIco 
' VJori •■Ktcr 


17,539 

40,939 
45.653 


15,529 

12,180 
24,357 


819 
4,217 


1,042 

4,393 
21 .296 


149 
8,604 


11,545 


14,751 

27,793 
63,189 


8,425 

96 
8,545 


15,978 
24.655 


5,331 

11,519 
15,897 


995 

200 
9,630 


4,462 



Disbursements for Connnunity Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



TABLE 

106 



Locnl Unit 


Total 
Community 
Services 


Salaries 
and Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Ecjulpinent 
Replacement 


ToL.iL Sl.ite 


$ 7, 13:, 107 


$ 5,740,465 


$ 691,633 


$ 266,982 


$ 421.113 


$ 31,914 


Al Icgany 


lAo.ioe 


129,022 


852 


2,732 


7.500 


- 


Anno Arundel 


486,298 


449,392 


13,832 


23,074 


- 


- 


Bil tlmoro City 


67,969 


67,469 






500 




Bn 1 t Imore 


2,286,421 


2,224,040 


4,235 


43,868 


14.278 




Ca 1 vert 


88,591 


80,340 




578 


7.673 


- 


Ciro) Ine 


57,950 


35.830 


20,230 


1,805 


85 


- 


C-irroll 


106,850 


81,055 


- 


5.660 


20,135 


- 


Cecil 


171,288 


83,375 


39,079 


11.796 


37,038 




Ch-irloq 


540,311 


84,111 


444,012 


1,935 


10,238 


15 


Dorch'-ster 


2,409 






2,364 


45 




Frederick 


87,632 


30,896 


6,828 


12.805 


35,000 


2.103 


Garrett 


142,657 


135,977 


- 


6,002 


678 


- 


Harford 














llnw-i rd 


765,200 


334,410 


128,434 


45.204 


250,417 


6,735 


Kent 


6,903 




6,338 


281 


284 




Mont n<>ry 


904,130 


769,177 


15,555 


92,355 


7.430 


19.613 


Prince George's 


97,469 


93,469 




4,000 






Queen Anne's 


37,646 


35,559 




592 


1,495 




St. Mary's 


78,530 


77,465 




959 


106 




Somerset 


60,736 


60,240 






496 




T.ilbot 


45,781 


34,548 


11,233 








Washington 


855,377 


819,587 


50 


9.672 


25,620 


448 


Wicomico 


81,030 


73,702 


955 


1.300 


2,073 


3.000 


U'^rcc^tcr 


40,823 


40,801 






22 





i 



TABLE 

107 



Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 197 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elerientary 


Middle 


Secondary 


1 Adniniscration 
Buildings 

1 


Total State 


5149,123,873 


$46,889, 597 


$4,040,272 


$89,039,543 


$9, 154 .461 


Allegany 


5,021,649 


2.593,755 


_ 


2,394,284 


33.610 


Anne Arundel 


5,902.179 


455,455 


105,780 


4,485,186 


855.758 


Baltlaore City 


30,397,952 


13.128.970 


98,000 


17,154,816 


16,166 


Baltiaore 


9,996,167 


667,817 


20,647 


5,665.409 


3.642,294 


Calvert 


3, 927 ,041 


108,389 


44,477 


3 , 587 . 848 


186 , 327 


Caroline 


1.553,468 


1.526,311 


_ 


21.347 


5,810 


Carroll 


738,046 


497.783 


54,166 


186,097 


_ 


Cecil 


1,690,770 


274,482 


7,950 


1,405,218 


3,i;o 


Charles 


5.411,339 


284,042 


87,708 


5,003.453 


36,136 


Dorchester 


659,833 


101,269 


11,370 


54 , 160 


493 ,03-4 


Frederick 


5.994,595 


1,717,118 


27,453 


4.090.111 


159.913 


Garrett 


3,399.586 


253,916 


3,107,996 


2'. 238 


10.436 


Harford 


10.058.498 


182,259 


6.523 


9.689,874 


179,842 


Howard 


4.485,580 


2,534,878 




1,940.159 


10,543 


Kent 


69,506 


36,083 


21,338 


1.951 


10.134 


Mon t gnraery 


22.409.341 


5.494.082 


23,358 


13. 582. "81 


3,309,720 


Prince Ceorge's 


18,524,994 


13.686,711 




4,803.484 


3A,799 


Queen Anne's 


2,752,814 


294,509 


6,911 


2.451,394 




St. Ma ry ' 9 


3, 942 , 610 


CO 1 TOT 






i. , O / / 


Soaerset 


4,142,146 


1,568,073 


100,959 


2,473,114 




Talbot 


900,969 


19,199 


2,182 


878,366 


1,222 


Washington 


5,145.575 


779,181 


221,126 


4,145,268 




Wicomico 


1,685,684 


72,507 




1.611,18« 


1,989 


Worcester 


313,531 


31,516 


22,617 ^ 


97,467 


161,931 



Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 



TABLE 

108 



Locnl Unit 


Total 


Long Term County Bonds 


State Loans 


Redempt ion 


Interest 


Redemption 


Interest 




Tol.il St.ilo 


$ 98,517,828 


$ 49,299,335 


$ 27,049,083 


$ 16,816,341 


$ 5,353,069 




Al legany 


558,240 


225,000 


68, 705 


231,950 


32,585 




Anne Arundel 


9,423,306 


3,582,000 


2,436,031 


2 858 997 


546 278 




Baltimore City 


26, 120,290 


13,421 ,851 


7,568,095 


2,830,113 


2,300,231 




R T 1 f 1 mo r f» 


, '140 


6,548,000 


3,142,244 


3,348,660 


f.88,536 




C/il vert 


378,702 


1 45 ,000 


173,417 


44,385 


15,900 




Caroline 


352,948 






33, 183 


Q 19 

O y jll 




Cnrroll 


1,363,395 


471,114 


393,380 


449,427 






Cecil 


908,446 


640,000 


185,120 


75,552 


1 ,nu, 






1,721, 913 


Toe finn 


/.A 7 ftRR 


1.1.-1 Q 9 C 


«i 1 on 




Dorchester 


212,'564 




^ 1 J J ^ 


J 1 DO 1 


J 7 , H JO 




Frederick 


1,726,344 












Garrett 


26,875 


25,000 


1,875 








Harford 


3,116,223 


1,655,000 


879,710 


451,924 


129,589 




HoWi3 rd 


2,301,018 


1 ifis nnn 

i. , 1 O J , VJ\J\J 


770 873 


298 876 


66 269 




Kent 


348,348 




86 960 


110 254 


16 134 




Montgomery 


13,370,172 


7,891,831 


4,601,318 


625,881 


251,142 




Prince George's 


17,275,989 


7,693,000 


4,896,885 


3,918,032 


768,072 




Quocn Anne's 


325,360 


254,738 


70,622 








St. M.iry'q 


493,165 


100,000 


21,400 


314,339 


57,426 




SomiTHcL 


232,552 


180,000 


36,950 


12,801 


2,801 




Talbot 


491,043 


290,000 


109,412 


74,695 


16,936 




Washl ngton 


1.973,514 


1,368,334 


529,703 


57,027 


18,450 




Wicomico 


1,267,396 


883,467 


374,507 


8,879 


543 




Worcester 


602,585 


325,000 


135,006 


106,510 


36,069 





TABLE 

109 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 

(Including Pupil Transportation) 



Prek.-12: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 

of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 

of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
por- 
tation 


Adminis- 
tration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Child 
Nutri- 
tion 


Student 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
munity 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 




67. 


71 


0. 


73 




10 


63 


3. 


58 


A 


83 


2 


51 


5. 


78 





11 


2. 


51 


0. 


24 




0.60 


Al Ipgnny 


Si* . 


99 





56 


0.03 


10 


66 


3. 


43 


5 


93 


2 


36 


6. 


63 





13 


4. 


54 






0.60 


0.14 


Anne Arundel 


72 . 


31 





86 


- 


10 


00 


2. 


71 


5 


40 


2 


50 


3. 


56 






1 . 


82 






0.42 


0.42 


Baltimore City 


65 . 


75 





83 


0.45 


11 


11 


2. 


74 


3 


14 


2 


99 


6. 


44 





04 


5, 


33 


0.31 


0.03 


0.84 


Baltimore 


70. 


61 





59 


0.39 


10 


90 


4. 


33 


3 


87 


1 


91 


4. 


99 





10 


0. 


83 






1.12 


0.36 


v^a I ve r c 


66. 


21 





89 


0. 19 


9 


99 


2. 


98 


7 


44 


2 


48 


4. 


96 





14 


2. 


90 


0.68 


0.69 


0.45 


Caroline 


65 


44 





52 


0.19 


9 


98 


2. 


05 


8 


83 


2 


68 


4. 


43 





34 


4. 


33 


0. 


39 


0.82 


- 


Carrol 1 


68 


26 





61 


0.29 


10 


23 


3. 


23 


7 


84 


2 


24 


4. 


36 





01 


1 . 


80 


0.62 


0.41 


0.10 


Cecil 


66 


46 





60 


0.18 


10 


53 


4. 


21 


5 


54 


2 


29 


4. 


05 





10 


3. 


28 


0. 


58 


0.97 


0.21 


CharlcH 


dc, 


97 





58 


0.02 


9 


99 


2.46 


8 


49 


2 


90 


4. 


35 





44 


3. 


43 


0.42 


1.95 


- 




65. 


74 





41 


. 20 


10. 74 


4. 


07 


6 


90 


2 


61 


4. 


40 





04 


4. 


43 


0.44 


n AT 
U . Uz 




Frederick 


69. 


38 





5]^ 


0.10 


10 


53 


2. 


91 


5 


08 


2 


10 


5. 


01 





27 


2. 


43 


0. 


02 


0.27 


0.39 


Garrett 


61 . 







58 


0.23 


8.46 


2. 


63 




05 


2 


51 


5. 


88 





44 


5. 


00 


0.17 


1.74 


0.14 


Harford 


u ^ 


4 "i 


n 

u 


DO 


0.63 


10.28 


3. 


64 


5 


42 


2 


11 


4 _ 


36 






2 . 


69 


0. 


44 


_ 


0.32 


Howard 


67 


31 





23 


0.27 


11. 


57 


3. 


54 


5 


81 


2 


50 


5. 


20 




* 






1. 


01 


1.79 


0.77 


Ki'Mt 


6 1 


04 


Q 


1 3 


0.01 


9 


75 


10. 


79 


7 


70 


2 


32 


5 . 


09 






2 . 


11 


0. 


94 


0.12 




Mcntgnmcry 


66 


53 


1 


02 


0.01 


9 


93 


3. 


48 


3 


75 


3 


07 


8 


67 





27 


1. 


12 






0.37 


1.78 


Prince Coorge's 


67 


20 





67 


0.42 


11 


31 


4. 


50 


5 


26 


2 


21 


5. 


61 






2. 


29 


0. 


49 


0.04 


_ 


Queen Anne's 


65 


12 





41 


0.19 


8 


15 


3. 


69 


10 


75 


2 


09 


4. 


57 





04 


3. 


71 


0. 


16 


0.53 


0.59 


St. Mary's 


64 


04 


1 


17 


0.09 


9 


97 


4. 


45 


8 


00 


2 


77 


3 


55 





57 


4. 


71 


0. 


26 


0.42 




Somerset 


63 


37 





67 


0.28 


10 


30 


2 


83 


8 


30 


2 


57 


4. 


11 





24 


5. 


54 


0. 


32 


0.95 


0.52 


Talbot 


70 


37 





59 


0.21 


9 


81 


3. 


33 


5 


58 


2 


51 


4. 


55 





24 


1. 


92 


0. 


20 


0.62 


0.07 


Washington 


67 


02 





40 




11 


38 


3. 


22 


5 


23 


2 


22 


5. 


07 






2. 


98 






2.48 




Wicomico 


70 


17 





47 


0.81 


8. 


97 


3. 


38 


7 


16 


2 


13 


4. 


03 





22 


2. 


08 


0. 


15 


0.43 




Worcester 


69 


27 





28 


0.42 


9 


10 


3. 


95 


7 


68 


1 


83 


2. 


52 





43 


3. 


52 


0. 


60 


0.40 





* I.f'T) than 0.1 percent. 

NOTE: Expenditures by Stale for Teachers' Retirement and Social So'-uiiLy .ire not included. 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 

(Excluding Pupil Transportation) 



Prek.-12: 1977-78 



TABLE 

110 



Loc.il Unit 


instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Service 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance of 
Plant 


Adminis- 
tration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Child 
Nutri- 
tion 


Student 
Body 
Acti- 
vities 


Community 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


"'^ t •' 1 ] S t n 1 6 


71 


15 





77 





28 


11. 


17 


3 


77 


2 


63 


6 


08 





11 


9 AT 
Z . J 


0. 


25 





53 


n AT 
u . J 


A 1 1 ^ n n y 


69 


09 





59 





03 


11 


33 


3 


65 


2 


51 


7 


05 





14 


J 




- 





63 


u. 1 3 


Anne Arundel 


76 


43 





91 






10 


57 


2 


86 


2 


64 


3 


77 




- 


1 Q T 




- 





45 




Baltimore City 


(S7 


88 





86 


0.46 


11 


48 


2 


83 


3 


08 


6 


65 





04 


5.50 


0. 


32 





03 


0.87 


Baltimore 


73 


45 





61 


0. 


41 




35 


4 


50 




99 


5 


19 





10 


0.86 






I 


16 


0.38 


Ca Iver t 


71 


53 





97 





21 


10 


80 


3. 


21 


2 


67 


5 


36 





15 


3 . 14 


0. 


73 





74 


n AO 


Carol ine 


71 


78 





57 


u 




10 


95 


2 


24 


2 


94 


4 


86 


0. 


37 


4 . 74 


0. 


43 





91 




Carrol I 


7^ 


06 





66 




u 


32 


11 


10 


3 


50 


2 


43 


4 


73 





01 


1 . 96 


0. 


67 





45 


0.11 


Cecil 


71 


11 





64 





20 


11 


27 


4 


50 


2 


45 


4 


33 





11 


3.51 


0. 


63 


1 


03 


0.22 


Charles 


70 


99 





64 





02 


10 


92 


2 


70 


3 


16 


4 


75 





48 


3.75 


0. 


46 


2 


13 


- 


Dorchester 


70 


61 





44 





21 


11 


54 


4 


37 


2 


80 


4 


73 





05 


4 . 75 


0. 


47 





03 




Krcderick 


73 


87 





55 


0. 


11 


11 


21 


3 


10 


2 


24 


5 


33 





29 


2 . 59 


0. 


02 





28 


n /.I 


Garrett 


68 


78 





65 





26 


9 


51 


2 


95 


2 


82 


6 


61 





50 


5 . 62 


0. 


19 


1 


96 


n ^ K 
U • ij 


H.irford 


73 


43 





70 





66 


10 


87 


3 


85 


2 


23 


4 


61 






2.84 


0. 


47 






0.34 


lliiw.i rd 


71 


46 





25 





29 


12 


29 


3 


76 


2 


65 


5 


51 




A 




1. 


07 


1 


90 


0.82 


K ' ■!! L 


66 


14 





14 





01 


10 


57 


11 


69 


2 


51 


5 


51 








1. 


02 





13 




M 


69 


12 


1 


06 





01 


10 


32 


3 


61 


3 


19 


9 


01 





28 


1 17 

J. » L 1 









39 


1 . 84 


Prlnci' Godrgc's 


70 


93 





71 





44 


u 


94 


4 


74 


2 


33 


5 


93 






2.42 


0. 


52 





04 




Qin''-n Aniio's 


72 


97 





45 





21 


9 


13 


4 


13 


2 


34 


5 


12 





05 


4.16 


0. 


18 





60 


0.66 


S I . M, 1 r y ' H 


69 


6! 


1 


27 





10 


10 


84 


4 


84 


3 


01 


3 


86 





61 


5.12 


0. 


28 





46 




S"miTsct 


69 


1 1 





73 





31 


11 


23 


3 


09 


2 


80 


4 


48 





26 


6.04 


0.35 


1. 


04 


0.56 


T.illiot 


74 


53 





63 





22 


10 


39 


3 


53 


2 


66 


4 


82 





25 


2.03 


0. 


21 





66 


0.07 


W.ish 1 on 


70 


73 





42 






12 


01 


3 


40 


2 


34 


5 


35 






3.14 






2 


61 






75 


58 





50 





88 


9 


66 


3 


.64 


2 


30 


4 


34 





23 


2.25 


0. 


16 





46 




Worc'slcr 


75 


04 





30 





45 


9 


.86 


4 


28 


1 


99 


2 


73 





47 


3.81 


0.65 





42 





I.- 

'ifi; 



I h;m . 1 pert iMil . 
K:<pi iul 1 1 urcs by Sl.ili 



Tor Ti'.nihcrs' Rcllrfmcnt and Social Security are not included 



TABLE 

111 



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

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



1977-78 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Piant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Transpor- 
tation 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


T- State 


70 


49 





76 





28 




07 


3 


73 


5 


03 


2 


62 


5 


02 


Al 1 cgany 


68.71 





59 





03 


11 


27 


3 


63 


6 


26 


2 


50 


7 


01 


Ann*j Arundel 


74 


28 





89 






10 


28 


2 


78 


5 


54 


2 


57 


3 


66 


Riltlmrire City 


70.35 





89 





48 




90 


2 


93 


3 


36 


3 


20 


5 


89 


R 1 1 1 Imore 


72 


35 





60 





40 




18 




44 


3 


96 


1 


96 


5 


11 


Calvert 


69 


59 


n 







20 


10 




3 


13 


7 


82 


2 


60 


5 


21 


Cnri'l Ine 


69 


53 





55 





20 


10 


60 


2 


18 


9 


39 


2 


85 


4 


70 


Car rol 1 


70 


33 





63 





30 


10 


53 


3 


33 


8 


08 


2 


31 


4 


49 


Cec 11 


70 


06 





63 





19 


11 


10 


4 


43 


6 


90 


2 


42 


4 


27 


Charles 


69 


29 





62 





02 


10 


66 


2 


63 


9 


05 


3 


09 


4 


64 


Dorchester 


69 


15 





43 





l\ 


11 


30 


4 


28 


7 


26 


2 


74 


4. 


63 


Frederick 


71 


81 





53 





10 


10 


90 


3 


01 


6 


29 


2 


18 


5. 


18 


r.arrctt 


66 


13 





63 





25 


9 


15 


2. 


84 


11 


94 


2 


71 


6. 


35 


H.irford 


71 


93 





69 





64 


10 


65 


3 


77 


5 


61 


2 


19 


4 


52 


Ilounrd 


69 


80 





25 





28 


12 


00 


3 


67 


6 


03 


2 


59 


5 


38 


Kent 


63 


04 





13 





01 


10 


07 


11 


14 


7 


96 


2 


40 


5 


25 


, MniUeomory 


68 


98 


1 


06 





01 


10 


29 


3 


60 


3 


88 


3 


19 


8 


99 


\ Prince George's 


69 


15 





69 





42 


11 


64 


4 


63 


5 


41 


2 


28 


5 


78 


Qu"">ii Anne's 


68 


58 





43 





20 


8 


58 


3 


88 


11 


32 


2 


20 


4 


81 


St , Hary s 


68 


10 


1 


24 





10 


10 


60 


4 


73 


8 


50 


2 


95 


3 


78 


Sotni' rso I 


68 


55 





73 





31 


11 


14 


3 


07 


8 


98 


2 


77 


4 


45 


Talbnt 


72 


57 





61 





22 


10 


12 


3 


44 


5 


75 


2 


59 


4 


70 


W l ihington 


70 


89 





42 






12 


04 


3 


41 


5 


53 


2 


35 


5 


36 


Wl con i ' >) 


72 


25 





48 





84 


9 


24 


3 


48 


7 


37 


2 


19 


4 


15 


'"'•rccstor 


72 


87 





29 





44 


9 


58 


4 


16 


8 


08 


1 


93 


2 


65 



■''^IF,: E/ponditurcs by State for Tc.ichers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 



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

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



1977-78 



112 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operat ion 
of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Administrat ion 


r ixea 
Charges 


Total State 


74 


23 





80 





30 


11 


.65 


3 


.93 


2. 


75 


6.34 


Allegany 


7 1 
f J 


1 1 

Ji 


n 
U 


D J 





U J 




n 7 


•J 


O 7 
. O / 


9 

Z . 


C 7 


7.47 


Anne Arundel 


/ o 




U 










. Oo 


9 


Q/. 


9 

Z . 


7 9 
/ Z 


3.88 


Baltimore City 


72 


8] 


Q 


92 


n 


AQ 


1 ? 


» J L 


"3 
J 




9 

J • 


T 1 

J 1 


7,13 


O • 1 1 L J. IU(J [ tr 


/ J 




Q 


63 


n 




]^ ]^ 


. 64 




• D Z 


2 


OA 




Calvert 


75 


50 


1 


02 





22 


11 


.40 


3 


.39 


2. 


82 


5.65 


Carol Ine 


76 


73 


Q 


61 





22 


1 1 




2 


AO 


9 

J • 


1 c 
1 J 


5.19 


Carroll 


/ 






DO 


n 

\j 




1 1 


Afi 


J 


■ DZ 


9 

Z • 


C 1 

J 1 


4.89 


Cecil 


/ D 




A 

\J 


oo 




Z 1 


1 1 

1 i 


• 7 J 


A 


7 A 


Z • 


'=;q 


4.58 


Cli-'irles 


f D 


1 R 

1 o 


n 


DO 


n 
u 


n9 
uz 


1 1 
1 i 


79 
• / Z 


Z 




7 

J • 


AH 


5 . 10 


Dorchester 


74 


56 





47 





22 


12 


.19 


4 


62 


2. 


96 


4.98 


Fr''dcr fck 


10 


o J 


U 


e -1 
J / 


U 


.'.1 


1 1 


, D J 


J 


1 
zi 


/ . 




5.53 


f;irr<,-tt 


75 


1 n 
iU 





71 


U 


20 


10 




J 


^ J 




uo 


7.21 


H.irford 


76 


21 





73 





68 


1 1 


. 28 


3 


.99 


2 . 


32 


4.79 


Hdw.i rd 


74 


29 





26 





30 


12 


.77 


3 


,90 


2 


76 




K<'nt 


68 


49 





14 





01 


10 


.94 


12 


.11 


2. 


60 


5.71 


M'nitR(iiiiiTy 


71 


76 


1 


10 





01 


10 


.71 


3 


.75 


3. 


32 


9.35 


Prince Ceorgr's 


73 


10 





73 





45 


12 


.31 


4 


.89 


2, 


41 


6.11 


Otl<»r»H A n r\ * • ' c 
V ^ U » t_" 1 1 1 \ 1 1 1 1 1. ^> 


7 7 


33 





48 





23 


9 


.68 


4 


38 


2. 


48 


5.42 


St. Hiry's 


74 


43 


1 


35 





11 


11 


.59 


5 


17 


3. 


22 


4.13 


Somerset 


75 


32 





80 





34 


12 


.24 


3 


37 


3. 


05 


4.88 


Talbot 


77 


01 





65 





23 


10 


74 


3 


65 


2. 


74 


4.98 


Washington 


75 


05 





45 






12 


74 


3 


61 


2. 


48 


5.67 


Wicomico 


78 


00 





52 





.90 


9 


97 


3 


76 


2. 


37 


4.48 


Worcester 


79 


28 





32 





48 


10 


42 


4 


52 


2. 


10 


2.88 



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



TABLE 

113 



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

Maryland Public Day Schools: 1967-68 - 1977-78 



L Vnit 


1967- 


68 


1968- 


■69 


1969- 


•70 


1970- 


■71 


1971- 


-72 


1972- 


-73 


1973- 


-74 


1974- 


-75 


1975- 


-76 


1976- 


-77 


1977- 


-78 


Totnl St'itc: Including 














































Rcl Ircmont and Social 














































Srcur ity 


$652 


43 


$739 


58 


$816 


30 


$ 913 


52 


$ 990 


20 


$1,058 


04 


$1,168 


83 


$1,365 


41 


$1,519 


45 


$1,662 


22 


$1,843 


11 


Excluding Retirement and 














































Socltil Security 


614 




695 


32 


764 


u J 


ODO 


O J 


7 £.0 




QQ S 
7 — J 


00 


1 083 


QS 


1 262 


75 


1 407 




1 533 


91 


1 694 


23 


Al Icgany 


566 


73 


631 


41 


668 


47 


760 


82 


830 


48 


890 


19 


985. 


17 


1,117 


34 


1,287 


34 


1,428 


05 


1,516 


83 


Anne Arundi-l 


554 


95 


602 


82 


678 


90 


760 


71 


837 


33 


899 


28 


1,002 


13 


1,128 


70 


1,237. 


09 


1,371 


35 


1,534 


47 


Baltimore City 


581 


29 


680 


25 


736 


68 


826 


07 


871 


97 


889 


56 


908 


16 


1,124 


20 


1,336. 


52 


1,421 


91 


1,584 


86 


Bn 1 t Imorc 


624 


73 


702 


29 


767 


19 


875 


18 


940 


52 


1,037 


71 


1,161 


72 


1,344 


33 


1,483 


33 


1,619 


75 


1,813 


90 




017 


Dv 


AIR 

O JO 




71 




ftm 

OU J. 


1A 


y\j J 


LL 
'+4 


1 023 


RS 


1 088 


SO 


1 169 


24 


1 420 


56 


1 , 552 


15 


1, 705 


38 


Carol Ine 


598 


87 


633 


66 


646 


96 


740 


48 


808 


80 


845 


45 


900 


59 


1,049 


65 


1,176 


87 


1,286 


72 


1,384 


51 


Carrol 1 


558 


14 


591 


89 


651 


24 


710 


91 


819 


43 


926 


39 


974 


77 


1,115 


67 


1,145 


34 


1,215 


05 


1,297 


71 


Cecil 


566 


02 


641 


00 


653 


49 


708 


13 


731 


76 


818 


41 


879 


68 


997 


52 


1,127 


46 


1,159 


89 


1,324 


22 


Cli ir] er. 


671 


06 


718 


25 


751 


50 


790 


76 


938 


75 


995 


68 


1,032 


36 


1,184 


91 


1,269 


66 


1,381 


40 


1,523 


64 


U'jrchestcr 


£ 1 T 
Oil 


OU 


b2D 


2 7 


cot 
00 / 


i^ 


800 


11 




£. 1 


QQ A 


uu 






1 9 79 
X t Z / Z 


00 


1 y ^ DU 


1 n 

X.\J 


1. ^ J\i7 


92 


1 792 


06 


Frederick 


623 


01 


671 


29 


731 


29 


787 


89 


834 


82 


889 


93 


973 


18 


1,135 


22 


1,210 


51 


1,300 


72 


1,421 


67 


Garrett 


540 


34 


604 


68 


685 


02 


739 


02 


762 


12 


771 


85 


853 


77 


1,019 


04 


1,090 


99 


1,216 


37 


1,328 


47 


Harford 


572 


29 


621 


.57 


660 


06 


749 


01 


800 


43 


853 


91 


968 


77 


1,124 


25 


1,200 


08 


1,328 


26 


1,444 


78 


1 Howard 


6' 4 


.81 


697 


70 


761 


84 


855 


03 


939 


29 


1,057 


09 


1,122 


80 


1,294 


05 


1,436 


63 


1,566 


23 


1,667 


59 


Kent 


613 


99 


663 


43 


739 


81 


832 


19 


910 


91 


971 










If, 


1 TAQ 
L y JO 7 


riQ 


1 SI 

X « J J. J 




1 772 


41 


Montgomery 


736 


16 


845 


73 


972 


84 


1,083 


22 


1,194 


15 


1,326 


82 


1,436 


97 


1,647 


56 


1,791 


68 


1,963 


64 


2,150 


72 


Prince George's 


606 


80 


703 


75 


Hit 


64 


884 


90 


943 


38 


996 


96 


1,130 


17 


1,306 


44 


1,446 


.78 


1,604 


52 


1,778 


31 


Queen Anne's 


644 


57 


676 


72 


690 


59 


772 


95 


832 


88 


904 


54 


984 


19 


1,111 


74 


1,222 


42 


1,318 


51 


1,415 


76 


St. Mary's 


590 


20 


666 


91 


680 


72 


750 


70 


848 


40 


829 


8 7 


922 




1 111 


c /. 


1 9 71 




1 Am 

i ) MUX 








Somerset 


499 


22 


574 


56 


597 


92 


687 


50 


782 


58 


818 


40 


921 


05 


1,100 


13 


1,193 


15 


1,332 


27 


1,509 


59 


Talbot 


619 


21 


655 


97 


760 


.39 


826 


51 


895 


98 


979 


12 


1,088 


.05 


1,256 


12 


1.400 


38 


1,518 


06 


1,668 


40 


Washington 


616 


20 


663 


67 


723 


08 


800 


00 


848 


96 


891 


84 


976 


.61 


1,087 


.80 


1,225. 


18 


1,353 


86 


1,517 


65 


Wicomico 


557 


16 


584 


66 


626 


86 


693 


01 


778 


43 


840 


95 


918 


.27 


1,073 


10 


1,202 


20 


1,314 


66 


1,452 


54 


Worcester 


575 


41 


608 


27 


656 


96 


758 


36 


858 


02 


952 


23 


1.050 


88 


1,212 


.88 


1,367 


18 


1,559 


20 


1,735 


61 



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



TABLE 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Prek.-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 




Local Unit 


All Costs Including Transportation 


All Costs Excluding Transportation 


Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 


Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 


Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 


Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Total State 


$1,843. 


11 




$1,694. 


23 




$1,757. 


84 


_ 


$1 ,608 


96 


_ 


Allegany 


1 ,647. 


52 


14 


1,516 


83 


14 


1,552 


47 


13 


1,421 


78 


13 


Anne Arundel 


1,684. 


13 


11 


1,534 


47 


11 


1,599 


06 


ri 


1,449 


40 


11 


Baltimore City 


1,730. 


19 


10 


1,584 


86 


10 


1,676 


92 


10 


1,531 


59 


10 


Baltimore 


1,977. 


59 


2 


1,813 


90 


2 


1 , 905 


68 


2 


1, 741 


99 


2 


Calvert 


1 849. 


qs 
J J 


7 


1 705 . 


38 


7 


1 , 716. 


59 


8 


1,572 


02 


8 


Caroline 


1 /iQ7 


OJ 


21 


1 IRA 


Q 1 
J L 


21 


1,477 


92 


19 


1 , 254 


58 


21 


Carroll 


1,409. 


51 


24 


1,297 


71 


24 


1,304 


68 


23 


1,192 


88 


23 


Cecil 


1,439. 


96 


22 


1.324 


22 


23 


1,348 


59 


22 


1,232 


85 


22 


Charles 




DZ 


12 


1 9 -1 


0*4 


12 




72 


14 


1 385 


74 


14 


Dorchester 




/ 


3 


1 7Q9 


UD 


3 


1 RID 


82 


A 


1 ,662 


01 


4 


Frederick 


1,548. 


23 


19 


1,421 


67 


19 


1,458 


76 


20 


1,332 


20 


19 


Garrett 


1,437. 


02 


23 


1,328 


47 


22 


1,278 


30 


24 


1,169 


75 


24 


Harford 


1,572. 


91 


18 


1,444 


78 


1 Q 

io 


1,491 


78 


1 / 


1.363 


65 


1 7 


Howard 


1,811. 


14 


9 


1,667 


59 


9 


1,710 


66 


9 


1,567 


11 


9 


Kent 


1,907. 


00 


5 


1,772 


41 


5 


1,765 


99 


5 


1.631 


40 


5 


Montgomery 


2,328. 


28 


1 


2,150 


72 


1 


2,244 


75 


1 


2,067 


19 


1 


Prince George's 


1,929 


23 


4 


1,778 


31 


4 


1,833 


00 


3 


1,682 


08 


3 


Queen Anne's 


1,538. 


45 


20 


1,415 


76 


20 


1,378 


19 


21 


1.255 


50 


20 


St. Mary's 


1,626 


12 


16 


1.499 


33 


16 


1,498 


59 


15 


1,371 


80 


16 


Somerset 


1,627, 


60 


15 


1,509 


59 


15 


1,491 


96 


16 


1,373 


95 


15 


Talbot 


1,815 


64 


8 


1,668 


40 


8 


1,719 


64 


7 


1,572 


40 


7 


W.Tihln^ton 


1,649 


61 


13 


1,517 


65 


13 


1,565 


62 


12 


1,433 


66 


12 


WI comlco 


1,586 


17 


17 


1,452 


54 


17 


1,479 


11 


18 


1,345 


48 


18 


Wo r c ■) t o r 


1,882 


87 


6 


1,735 


61 


6 


1,742 


56 


6 


1,595 


31 


6 



*Includcs the following: Administration, Instruction, Pupil Personnel, Health Services, Pupil Transportation, Operation of Plant, Maintenance of Plant, and 
Flxfd Chnrgcs; i'xclii<li n Adult Education, Home Tcnchl-if, of Handicapped Children, Student Body Activities, Community Services, Capital Outlay, and Debt Servi • 
^Il.i I f-t Imi' klndcrRirti-n pupils arc cxprefised in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



TABLE 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-'78 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Including 
Transportation 


Pupil 
Trans- 
porta- 
tion 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Excluding 
Transpor tation 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of Plant 


Adminis tra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


fa 1 1 fp 
Leil OLi-lLt: 


$1,694. 


23 


$85. 


27 


$ 1,608.96 


$1,194. 


29 


$12. 


86 


$4. 


79 


$187 


50 


$63.24 


$44 


29 


$101 . 99 


Al 1 poanv 


1,516 


83 


95. 


05 


1,421 


.78 


1.042. 


29 


8. 


93 





42 


170 


96 


55.00 


37 


90 


106. 28 


AnnG Arund g 1 


1 ,534 


47 


85. 


07 


1,449. 


40 


1,139.87 


13. 


59 






157 


69 


42.64 


39 


44 


56. 17 


Baltimore City 


1.584 


86 


53 


27 


1,531. 


59 


1,115. 


01 


14. 


11 


7 


56 


188 


53 


46.43 


50 


70 


109.25 


Baltimore 


1,813 


90 


71. 


9.1 


1,741. 


99 


1,312. 


38 


10. 


92 


7 


30 


202 


72 


80.44 


35 


50 


92. 73 


Calvert 


1,705 


38 


133. 


36 


1,572. 


02 


1,186. 


80 


16. 


02 


3 


46 


179 


15 


53.34 


44 


39 


88.86 


Caroline 


1,384 


51 


129 


93 


1,254 


58 


962. 


60 


7. 


67 


2 


76 


146 


82 


30.11 


39 


49 


65. 13 




1,297 


71 


104 


83 


1,192.88 


912. 


66 


8. 


16 


3 


90 


136 


74 


43.18 


29 


93 


58. 31 


Cecil 


I ,174 


??. 


91 


37 


1,232. 


85 


927. 


71 


8. 


33 


2 


57 


147 


02 


58.74 


31 


97 


56.51 


Charles 


1,523 


64 


137 


90 


1,385 


74 


1,055. 


71 


9. 


47 





30 


162 


42 


40.14 


47 


06 


70.64 


Dorchester 


1.792 


06 


130 


05 


1,662 


01 


1,239. 


19 


7. 


74 


3 


73 


202 


54 


76.73 


49 


11 


82.97 


Frederick 


1,421 


67 


89 


47 


1,332 


20 


1,020. 


83 


7. 


58 


1 


47 


154 


91 


42. 75 


30 


96 


73.70 


Garrett 


1,328 


47 


158 


72 


1,169 


75 


878. 


49 


8. 


30 


3 


29 


121 


50 


37.76 


36 


00 


84.41 


Harford 


1,444 


78 


81 


13 


1,363 


65 


1,039. 


24 


9. 


93 


9 


33 


153 


83 


54.45 


31 


61 


65.26 


Howard 


1,667 


59 


100 


48 


1,567 


11 


1,164. 


02 


4. 


06 


4 


64 


200 


16 


61.18 


43 


21 


89.84 


K.nl 


1,777 


41 


141 


01 


1 .631 


40 


1.117. 


30 


2. 


36 





17 


178 


53 


197.52 


42 


44 


93.08 


M'iiilK"m'' ry 


2,150 


72 


83 


53 


2,067 


19 


1 ,483 


49 


22. 


73 





19 


221 


32 


7 7 . 50 


68 


52 


J. 7 J . *4 4 


Prince CforRi-'H 


1,778 


31 


96 


23 


1,682 


08 


1,229. 


67 


12. 


32 


7 


63 


207 


01 


82.24 


40 


48 


102.73 


Queen Anne's 


1,415 


76 


160 


26 


1,255 


50 


970 


90 


6,05 


2 


83 


121 


54 


54.94 


31 


14 


68.10 


St. Mary's 


1,499 


33 


127 


53 


1,371 


80 


1,020 


98 


18. 


57 


1 


48 


158 


99 


70.96 


44 


19 


56.63 


Somerset 


1,509 


59 


135 


64 


1,373 


95 


1,034 


85 


10. 


99 


4 


61 


168 


19 


46.28 


41 


91 


67. 12 


Talbot 


1,668 


40 


96 


00 


1,572.40 


1.210. 


84 


10. 


23 


3 


58 


168 


86 


57.40 


43 


14 


78.35 


Washington 


1,517 


65 


83 


99 


1,433 


66 


1.075. 


90 


6. 


44 






182 


67 


51.73 


35 


60 


81.32 


Wicomico 


1,452 


54 


107 


06 


1,345 


48 


1.049. 


45 


6. 


99 


12 


17 


134 


20 


50.55 


31 


89 


60.23 


Worcester 


1,735 


61 


140 


30 


1,595.31 


1.264. 


78 


5. 


06 


7 


59 


166 


19 


72.13 


33 


49 


46.07 



* Half-time Kindergarten pupils are expressed in full -Lime equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 
Note: Expenditures by Stnte for Tcnchers' Retirement .ind Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1975-76 - 1977-78 




Loci] Unit 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977-78 
Total/ 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Tn t■a^ '^t At c 


$44 


84 


$41 


10 


$48 


72 


$45 


43 


$38 


52 


$52 


37 


$52.80 


Al Icgnny 


50 


69 


39 


00 


61 


54 


48 


08 


39 


62 


55 


79 


49. 74 


Anne Arundel 


46 


07 


42 


75 


47 


71 


51 


47 


44 


92 


57 


95 


62.96 


Baltimore City 


34 


77 


38 


72 


30 


23 


15 


46 


11 


94 


19 


31 


35.25 


Baltimore 


39 


22 


33 


23 


44 


66 


42 


30 


30 


19 


53.17 


49.90 


Calvert 


37 


56 


62 


73 


81 


12 


78 


15 


71 


77 


25 


66 


86.30 


Ca rol Ine 


5 1 


J J 


53 


95 


AQ 
Hy 


1 (1 


43 


75 


42 


79 


44 


67 


60.54 


Carroll 


JU 


D J 


45 


83 


DD 


03 


51 


16 


52.04 


50.20 


59.04 


Cecil 


40 




34 


98 




/ 


38 


11 


28 


66 


48.21 


47.40 


Charles 


J J 




45 


19 






59 


22 


27 


.41 


94 


66 


56.37 


L/UL (-Iic^LcL 


52 


09 


45.37 


58 


83 


64 


36 


40 


57 


87 


83 


73.21 


Fr ^rde r ick 


4 3 


54 


35 


97 


51 


DO 


47.89 


51 


15 


44 


39 




C -1 r r 9 c t 




DU 


56 


32 




07 


44 


42 


37 


72 


52 


83 


H J . D J 


Harford 


JO 




50.59 


Ob 


Q 1 

y 1 


66 


73 


54 


94 


79 


64 


65.24 


Hownrd 


60 


23 


50.17 


71 


51 


59 


73 


54 


59 


65 


24 


60.04 




60 


41 


55 


41 


64 


78 


67 


50 


53 


.45 


79 


60 


fiA in 

D*+ ■ 




48 


91 


43 


83 


53 


78 


52 


51 


55 


55 


49 


72 


61.32 


Prlnci' Ck irgo's 


45 


55 


41 


57 


49 


74 


56.81 


44 


38 


69 


27 


52.41 


Queen Anne's 


41 


26 


27.48 


54 


49 


43 


50 


28.30 


57 


86 


46.59 


St. Mary's 


59 


07 


41.47 


80 


98 


50 


44 


40 


44 


61 


97 


57.61 


Somerset 


47 


93 


31 


18 


59 


37 


54.46 


36.95 


72 


06 


62.05 


Talbot 


73 


93 


52 


31 


95 


43 


76 


41 


58 


79 


92 


42 


101.88 


Wash ington 


36 


20 


30 


55 


42 


19 


40 


00 


42.47 


37.41 


45.69 


Wicomico 


44 


57 


44 


48 


44 


67 


47 


43 


46 


76 


48 


14 


50.31 


Worcester 


70 


98 


63 


51 


78 


25 


87 


13 


89 


97 


84 


57 


92.93 



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

/Cost pur pupil by level will be available only in future publications as the interrelationship between the Pupil Data System and the Financial 

Report become compatnble. 
NOTE: Includes textbooks and library books. 



TABLE 

^ Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.-U: M.iryl.ind Public School.-,: 1975-76 - iy//-7H 



Local Unit 


1975-76 


1976-77 


Total 


£ 1 6016 n c ci r y 


Secondary 


Total 




Total State 


$11. 


69 


$11.64 


$11. 


75 


$13. 


10 


$10. 10 


Allegany 


9 _ 


94 


10.32 


9. 


59 


9. 


52 


9.4i 


Anne Arundel 


22. 


54 


26. 70 


18. 


22 


1.9 


93 


16 . 74 


Baltimore City 


11 . 


33 


14.24 


7. 


99 


4. 


05 


1.49 


Bal t imore 


1 1 . 


87 


10.04 


13. 


53 


27 


16 


15.65 


Calvert 


11. 


72 


8.52 


15. 


43 


19. 


48 


19.91 


Ca rol Ine 


9. 


77 


6.90 


12 


66 


8 


08 


6.77 


Ca r rol 1 


8. 


83 


8.48 


9 


22 


11 


12 




Cecil 


9. 


49 


8.71 


10 


18 


8 


27 


6.92 


Charles 


11 


90 


12.28 


11 


44 


12 


77 


J3.52 


Dorchester 


7 


61 


6,43 


8 


79 


9 


31 


5.58 


Frederick 


8 


55 


6.51 


10 


73 


11 


69 


10.85 


Garrett 


7 


16 


7.67 


6 


51 


8 


56 


8.31 


Harford 


16 


91 


15.05 


19 


01 


19 


06 


17.48 


Howard 


14 


21 


11.84 


16 


87 


13 


72 


11.76 


Kent 


1 Q 


1 9 
J. i. 


16.27 


21 


61 


18 


85 


10.46 


Montgomery 


7 


81 


J • :? J 


9 


56 


9 


09 


9.91 


Prince George's 


9 


77 


8.98 


10 


61 


11 


.37 


9.06 


Queen Anne ' s 


9 


00 


6.26 


11 


64 


11 


96 


8.61 


St. Mary's 


11 


80 


6.54 


18 


34 


11 


77 


8.98 


Somerset 


9 


.02 


7.39 


10 


.76 


10 


12 


8.88 


Talbot 


13 


.84 


11.87 


15 


.80 


15 


.76 


21.31 


Washington 


9 


.45 


9.48 


9 


.41 


12 


.96 * 


12.77 


Wicomico 


9 


.42 


8.33 


10 


.63 


10 


.35 


8.64 


Worcester 


16 


.60 


14.31 


18 


.83 


15 


.31 


16.76 



Secondary 



^16. 11 

9.62 
23.09 

6.87 
3 7. 50 
19.00 

9.34 
10.76 

9. / J 
11.94 
13.52 

12.58 
8.88 
20.80 
15.81 
26.0/ 

8.33 
13.69 
15.11 
15.00 
11.3/ 

10. n 

13.15 
12.16 
14.01 



197 7-78 

TuL.ll/ 



$15 


05 





06 


25. 


09 


12. 


20 


jO. 


/H 


22 


89 


1 J 


T> 


1 


31 


15 


51 


15 


Ul 


14 


79 


1 7 


6 7 


16 


74 


20 


84 


10 


45 


iH 


J J 


9 


.65 


13 


43 


15 


.63 


14 


22 


9 


.06 


18 


.77 


13 


. 14 


11 


. 78 


21 


.00 



*Hali-tijae kindergarten pupils are expressed in tuli-time equivalents in arriving au pei pui^n = . 

/Cost per pupil by level will be available only in future publications as the interrelationship between the Pupil Data System and the Financial 
Report become compatable. 



TABLE 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Pruk. lL'*: Maryl.ind Public Schools: 19/5-;6 - 1977-78 | | 



Local Unit 


1975-76 


1976-77 


197 7-78 
Tot.. 1/ 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Elementary 


Second.! ry 


Total State 


$6 


21 


$5 


62 


$6 


81 


S7 


29 


S7 


1 1 


S/ 

V ' 


48 




$7.66 


Allegany 


10 


64 


8 


87 


12 


28 


11 


59 


10 


59 


12 


51 


5.3 7 


Anne Arundel 


6 


54 


1 


87 


11 


39 


12 


91 


13 


77 


1 2 


7 


14.61 


Baltimore City 


1 


11 


1 


23 





98 





16 





04 





29 


6.19 


Baltimore 


A . 


J 7 


4 


36 


4 


01 


6 


05 


5 


62 


b 


44 


1 .35 


Calvert 


15 


19 


14 


25 


16 


28 


14 


16 


9 


99 


18 


8 1 


13.88 


Caroline 


9 


23 


5 


81 


12 


67 


7 


16 


7 


84 


6 


49 


7.06 


Carroll 


6 


46 


5 


49 


7 


52 


8 


81 


8 


99 


8 


f)2 


8.17 


Cecil 


6 


96 


5 


55 


8 


22 


8 


64 


7 


07 


10 


31 


7.00 


Charles 


13 


72 


14 


79 


12 


45 


12 


50 


11 


97 


1 3 


09 


10. 53 


Dorchester 


4 


98 


2 


23 


7 


74 


4 


67 


5 


54 


3 


81 


6. 39 


Frederick 


7 


30 


6 


73 


7 


91 


6 


97 


7 


88 


5 


99 


6.90 


Garrett 


13 


29 


15 


94 


9 


91 


9 


11 


9 


25 


8 


93 


7.33 


Harford 


8 


07 


6 


31 


10 


05 


11 


01 


11 


90 


10 


04 


16.66 


Howard 


10 


72 


8 


93 


12 


73 


9 


06 


8 


40 


9 


11 


9.32 


Kent 


12 


28 


13 


07 


1 1 


59 


10 


07 


9 


51 


10 


54 


11.27 


Montgomery 


9 


21 


10 


21 


8 


25 


7 


41 


7 


45 


7 


37 


8.45 


Prince George's 


6 


72 


6 


55 


6 


90 


10 


00 


8 


90 


1 1 


11 


7.41 


Queen Anne ' s 


4 


43 


3 


70 


5 


14 


5 


48 


4 


06 


6 


83 


4.48 


St. Mary's 


17 


88 


14 


50 


22 


09 


8 


72 


10 


08 


7 


16 


8.76 


Somerset 


7 


15 


7 


55 


8 


76 


8 


21 


7 


21 


9 


20 


10.14 


Talbot 


9 


97 


8 


86 


11 


07 


11 


54 


8 


1 7 


14 


60 


14,07 


Washington 


3 


07 


2 


16 


4 


04 


7 


.02 


9 


11 


4 


82 


4,44 


Wicomico 


5 


95 


5 


16 


6 


81 


5 


47 


5 


00 


5 


96 


6.50 


Worcester 


7 


59 


7 


56 


7 


62 


11 


90 


16 


86 


7 


44 


1 1 .68 



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

rCost per pupil by level will be available only in future publications as the interrelationship between the Pupil UjL-i SyoLc- Ji.d the 
Financial Report become compatable. 



TABLE 

119 



Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1977-78 
(Total Program G" $624 per Pupil witli 55X: State Contribution) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pupi Is 
9/30/76 


Pupils 
X $624 


Wealth 
per Pupil 


Total 

T -1 1 ^ 1 f h 

1-1 LI ^ il VV Co J 1.11 
^ XllUUodllUo ) 


Loca 1 
Sh.i 11! 


State 
Sli.ire 


Total State 


830,456.49 


$518,204,850 


$53,818 


$44,693,576 


$233,300,465 


$284,904,385 


Allegany 


15,092.50 


9,417,720 


36,429 


549,798 


2.H69.946 


6,54 7,7 74 


Anne Arundel 


74, 182.50 


46,289,880 


49,771 


3,692,108 


19,272,804 


27,017,076 


Baltimore City 


153,216.50 


95.607,096 


34,677 


5,313,143 


2 7,734.606 


6/,8yj,490 


^^itimore 


1 15,281 . 15 


71 ,935,438 


66,936 


7,715,452 


40 .'V'J H/9 


W (j 'j 559 


Calvert 


6,878.25 


4,292,028 


61.344 


421 ,942 


2, 202, 'j 1/ 


2,089,491 


Caroline 


4,978.50 


3,106,584 


30,770 


153,191 


79'J,65 7 


2,305,92 7 


Carroll 


18,976. 75 


11,841,492 


46,206 


876,833 


4,5 7 7,068 


7,264.424 


Cecil 


12,862.50 


8,026,200 


36,310 


467.039 


2,437,944 


5,588,256 


Charles 


16,776.75 


10,468,692 


41 , 264 


592,273 


3,61 3,665 


6,855,027 


Dorchester 


5,840.00 


3,644, 160 


43,955 


256,700 


1 ,339,974 


2,304, 186 


Frederick. 


22,189.25 


13,846,092 


48,795 


1,082,731 


5,651 ,856 


8,194,236 


Garret t 


5,837. 71 


3,642.731 


37,934 


221 ,450 


1 ,155,969 


2,486,762 


Harford 


32,690.88 


20,399,109 


41 ,086 


1,343,130 


7,011,139 


1 3,387,970 


Howard 


23, 785.00 


14,842,464 


67 , 760 


1 611 738 


8 413 2 7' 




Kent 


3,338.00 


2.082,912 


56,912 


189,97 2 


991 .654 


1,091,258 


Montgomery 


113,041.00 


70,537,584 


83,924 


9,486,901 


49,521 ,623 


21,015,961 


Prince George's 


140,123.75 


87,437,220 


51,851 


7,265,529 


37,926,061 


49,511 ,159 


Queen Anne's 


4.719.00 


2,944,656 


56,182 


265, 123 


1,383,942 


1,560.714 


St. Mary's 


11,589.00 


7,231,536 


37,573 


435,429 


2,272,939 


4.958,597 


Somerset 


4,084.50 


2,548,728 


31 ,380 


128,170 


669,04 7 


1 ,879,581 


Talbot 


4,375.50 


2.730,312 


86,445 


387,243 


2,021 ,408 


708.904 


Washington 


21,715.00 


13,550,160 


42,690 


927,024 


4,839,065 


8,711.095 


Wicomico 


12,872.00 


8,032,128 


45,386 


584.209 


3,049,571 


4.982.557 


Worcester 


6,009.50 


3,749,928 


104,077 


525,448 


3.264,8 39 


485,089 



Calculation of B.isic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1^)77- /H 
(5th year of the five-year phase-in program) 





State Support 
per Pup i 1 
1973-74 


State Support 
1973-74 


Xnc iTc lis Totii] 
to be Paid) 


Total 
State Aid 


State Aid 
per Pupil 


Ui'n.-. i I y 
Aid 


Vu 1 1 Lun 
Uy I. iw 


T.Ji j1 


Total State 


$220.02 


$180,770,332 


$104,134,053 


$284,904,385 


$343.07 


$ 1 1 .0;'>, JMl 


$582.. '69 


$J9fa,56-',0 


Allegany 


272.55 


4.113.461 


2.434.313 


6,547,774 


433.84 


— 


52,950 


6,fcuO,7. 


Anne Arundel 


232.47 


17.245,206 


9.771 .870 


27,017.076 


364. 20 


— 




J 7 ,01 7,0 


Baltimore City 


269.91 


41.354.666 


26,517,824 


67,872,490 


442.98 


1 1 ,0/5, )bl 




78.94 7,8 


baltimore 


167.61 


19.322,274 


12,333,285 


31,655,559 


274.59 






31 .65b, 1 


Calvert 


268.57 


1.847.291 


242,200 


2,089,491 


303.78 


- 


- 


2 ,089,4 


Caroline 


313.37 


1,560,113 


746,814 


2,306,927 


463. 38 






- , i06,9 


Carroll 


246. 37 


4,675,302 


2.589.122 


7,264,424 


382.81 






7 , 264 ,4 


Cecil 


288.82 


3,714,947 


1 .873, 309 


5,588,256 


434 . 46 






5 , 588,2 


Charles 


226.65 


3,802.450 


3,052,577 


6,855,027 


408.60 


_ 




6,855,0 


Dorchester 


244.95 


1.430.508 


873,678 


2,304,186 


394.55 


- 


- 


1 , 30-'. , 1 


Frederick 


206. 90 


4,590,956 


3,603, 280 


8, 194 ,236 


369 . 29 






H , 1 y4 , J 


Garrett 


339.63 


1.982,661 


504, 101 


2.486, 762 


425.98 






J ,4b6, ? 


Harford 


264.66 


8,651,968 


4, 736,002 


13,387.970 


409. 53 






I 1 , J8 / ,V 


Howard 


182.78 


4,347.605 


2,081.587 


6.429,192 


270.29 




_ 


6,429,1 


Kent 


189. 17 


631.449 


459.809 


1 ,091 ,258 


326.92 


- 


24,54.; 


: , 1 1 


Montgomery 


174.03 


19,672.525 


1 ,343,436 


21 .015.961 


185.91 






-'1 ,01 J, 'J 


Prince George's 


182.03 


25,506,726 


24,004,433 


49,511.159 


353. 33 


— 


15,49J 


4y,'jj6,fi 


Queen Anne's 


207 . 19 


977 , 730 


582,984 


1 ,560, 714 


330. 73 




35 ) 


1 , 561 ,( 


St. Mary's 


303.75 


3,520, 159 


1,438,438 


4,958,597 


427.87 




I9U 


4 ,y58,/ 


Somerset 


334.78 


1.367.409 


512,272 


1,879,681 


460.20 






1 ,a/y,t 


Talbot 


157.53 


689.272 


19,632 


708,904 


162.02 






7U8,'; 


Washington 


254.88 


5.534,719 


3,176,376 


8,711,095 


401 .16 






a, 711 ,( 


Wicomico 


254.76 


3,279,271 


1,703,286 


4,982,557 


387.09 




452,690 


5,4i5,. 


Worcester 


158.36 


951.664 


(466,575) 


485,089 


80.72 




35.486 


5jO.^ 



TABLE 

I ^ J n Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: 1'ri.k.. - 12 : Maryland Public Schools: ]967-6a - 1977-78 



4 

T / 


Local Unit 


1967-68 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


19/7-78 


X 


ttal State 


$8,253 


$8,945 


$9,979 


$10,432 


$10,881 


$11,390 


$12,004 


$13,102 


$14,507 


$15,227 


$16,088 


M 


Allegany 


7,915 


8, 799 


9,123 


9,646 


10,064 


10.299 


10,957 


1 1 . 794 


1 3 , 595 


14,225 


14 ,661 




Anne Arundel 


7 , 368 


8 , 100 


9 , 247 


10, 283 


11 ,101 


11.477 


11,721 


13.063 


1 4 . 196 


1 5, 331 


J 6 , 553 




Baltimore City 


8, 297 


9,061 




9,982 


9,968 


10.091 


10,325 


1 1 .469 


1 2 .890 


14 , 771 


1 5 , 040 




Bal timore 


8,434 


8,984 


9. 784 


10,677 


11.115 


11 .984 


12.837 


14.117 


16.005 


16.348 


1 7,40 ) 


.« 


Calvert 


6,886 


8,248 


8,554 


9,934 


9.524 


10.514 


10.586 


1 1 .597 


13,288 


14. 1 /h 


1 5 , 1 'J 1 




Caroline 


7, 155 


7,853 


7,596 


8, 240 


8 ,853 


9 . 292 


9 , 255 


10 , 500 


11.493 


11,777 


11 , fe 7 IJ 


,.1 


Carroll 


7,597 


7, 571 


8,304 


9 , 343 


9 ,908 


9 .603 


10,673 


11 .477 


11 .657 


12.616 


1 3 , 06 1 




Cecil 


7,887 


8,069 


9, 159 


9 , 543 


9 , 503 


10 , 288 


10 , 578 


1 1 . 509 


i 2 . 843 


1 2 . 692 


1 J , 7 J 




Charles 


7,963 


8,168 


8,641 


9,118 


9,816 


10,511 


11,835 


IJ ,667 


13.042 


1 3.952 


14,653 




Dorchester 


7,750 


8,198 


8,564 


8,768 


9,724 


10,230 


10,567 


11 .087 


12.855 


13.615 


14,048 


9,1) 


Frederick 


7 , 286 


7,826 


9 , 106 


9 , 542 


10 . 632 


11,171 


12,412 


12,733 


1 3 , 068 


1 ■» / Q ' 

1 - . hc3m 


! -, , J J J 


■ if 


Gar re 1 1 


6,938 


7 , 749 


8, 120 


8 , 165 


8 . 693 


8 , 900 


9,481 


10.067 


1 ,846 


11 .374 


1 1 , f; 1 "J 




Hart ora 


7,627 


8,275 


8 , 633 


9,078 


10 , 084 


10,631 


11, 745 


12 , 543 


1 1 , L\JJ 


13,578 


1 4 , 




Howard 


7,939 


8,884 


9,278 


10,576 


10.763 


10,898 


11,734 


13.082 


14.241 


14,464 


1 5,4i<- 


,1. 


Kent 


6,683 


7,104 


7,780 


8,391 


8,493 


9,965 


10,384 


10,829 


11.858 


12,619 


1 1 ,099 


!,» 


Montgomery 


9 ,484 


10,463 


11 ,564 


12,005 


12,991 


13,872 


14 ,543 


15,859 


18,122 


1 7 . 905 


18 , 8UtJ 




Prince George's 


8,326 


8,925 


10, 870 


10,908 


11 , 537 


12 ,021 


12,627 


13,862 


15,177 


15.931 


1 7 , 445 




- Queen Anne ' s 


6,888 


7,106 


8,054 


8,493 


8,774 


9.463 


9.527 


11,040 


11,860 


13,108 


13,805 




St. Mary's 


6,739 


7,757 


7,924 


8,513 


9,105 


9.258 


10.104 


11,059 


11 ,508 


12,701 


13,636 


i,t 


Somerset 


7,468 


7,984 


8.009 


7,808 


8.300 


8,329 


9.368 


9,783 


10.470 


11,114 


11,397 


11 


Talbot 


7,733 


7,810 


8,663 


9,029 


9,514 


9,628 


10.413 


10,911 


J2.125 


11 ,613 


11,059 




Washington 


8,457 


8,903 


9,489 


10,556 


10.296 


10,565 


11.390 


11,481 


13.235 


13,126 


14,071 


i,i 


t Wicomico 


7,535 


8,322 


8,441 


8,522 


9.422 


9,790 


10.334 


11,319 


11.982 


12,547 


13,314 




Worcester 


7,170 


7,315 


8,267 


8,940 


9.121 


9,54 7 


10.447 


11,464 


12.558 


13,232 


14,824 




lata not available. 





Average Salary* per Teacher and Principal: M.iryliiiiil I'ulillc SiMiuoly: l^)ll-Hi 



T A n o 1 1 In 4 f 

L>OCal unit 


Total 


liUracntary 


Si-i:t)iiil,iry 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals/ 


Tuachersi 


lOCal oCaCc 


T AO Q 


$25 , 160 


? ID , 010 


$15 , 558 




$15,020 


$16,630 


$ 2 5 , J 2 H 


$ 1 1) . 2 2 1 




14,661 


20,769 


14.334 


14.306 


20.204 


14.012 


I4.y7ti 


2 1 , .• 1 1) 


14 .62 ) 


/UlllC t\L UllUCX 


16,553 


26,361 


16.094 


16.270 


25,447 


15.812 


16.90 J 


27,669 


l(,.44l 


Baltimore City 


1 ^ (\LC\ 




1 A 7 S A 


1 A ftn7 

14 , OU / 


in 7ns 

ZU , / U3 


1 A sn7 

14 , 3U / 


IS ')U{\ 
1 3 , Z 7U 


Z 1 , 1 V 1 


IS nil 
t } . u z 1 


Baltimore 


1 7 LC\'K 


9 7 TIQ 


ID, JO 


1 7 nnft 
1 / , uuo 


97 171 


1 A 9 S I 
i , Z 3 J 


17 7 9M 
L / t 1 ZO 


9 7 9 <J 1 
Z / , Z 7 J 


1 7 'ii\'> 
1 / , Jlfk 


Calvert 


X J * X 7 J 


9 s 7nft 


IS 7 A S 
i J , / 4 J 


1 A Q 1 1 
14 , 7I J 


9 A AAft 
Z4 , 000 


1 A AAA 
14 , 44 D 


1 5 578 


VA 7 IS 

ZD, / J J 


14 988 


Caroline 


11,870 


19.3A1 


11,518 


12.114 


20,331 


11.825 


11 ,bA5 


lfi,7«() 


1 1 ..>27 


Carroll 


13.061 


20,398 


12.688 


12.885 


20,487 


12.496 


13,283 


20.2ttJ 


12,931 


Cecil 




99 S7A 


1 917 


19 1 7A 
1 Z , J / 


9 9 1A A 
ZZ , 344 




IS Alt 
13, DZ i 


9 9 HA S 
Z Z , 04 - J 


IS 1 7A 
1 J , 1 / 


Charles 


-LH f O J J 


^ J t J7 J 


1 A 911 
14 y Z J J 


1 A 1 9 S 
14, 1 Z 3 


91 9 
Z J , Zoo 


11 7 I > 
1 J , / J Z 


IS IKH 
1. J , JUO 


) 1 S ' S 


1 A ^lA 1 


Dorches ter 




9 n AAA 


11 S 7 1 


11 R ^ A 
L J , 334 


') 1 r\'jn 
zl ,U JU 


1 1 (i/lO 


1 A *N M S 

14 , 003 


ZU .1/3 


1 / 4f If 1 
14, jUU 




14.133 


23.098 


13.628 


13.671 


23,218 


13,094 


U,8AH 


22,877 


14,447 


Garrett 


11,819 


18,532 


11.437 


11.212 


17,879 


10,75) 


12,71^0 


20. 1 7/ 


12,425 


Harford 


1 A nan 


9 1 Qr\A 


i J , /iU 


1 A A U Q 
I4 . U07 


ZZ , UIU 


13,632 


1 / MA (1 
1 4 . UO J 


M /(ilk 
Z 1 . (i VU 


1 I WflA 
1 J , oUh 


Howard 




9 c 1 A A 


1 A QAQ 
14 , 7U7 


1 S AAA 
13,444 


9 A 1 SQ 
ZO , J 3 7 


1 A u 1 H 
i 4 , 7 1 


IS '*AW 
13. jDo 


'>A '>txK 


1 4 y02 


Kent 


1 1 AQQ 

Xl , 07 ? 


10 7 1 A 
i 7 , / iO 


11 A 7 S 
1 1 , 4 / J 


11 AQ 1 


in A 7 n 
ZU , 4 / u 


11 9(l9 

I I . zuz 


19 1 1 H 
1 Z . J 1 


10, UO J 


12 022 


Montgomery 


18,806 


31,387 


18.156 


18.420 


32,067 


17,631 


19.129 


•)(),6H5 


la. 591 


Prince George's 


17,445 


28,010 


16,897 


16,507 


28,029 


15,857 


18.400 


2 ; , 9UH 


1 7.946 


Queen Anne's 


13.805 


21,283 


13.429 


13.894 


21,492 


13,458 


13.713 


20,yy'j 


11. 19'J 


St. Mary's 


13,636 


21.456 


13.199 


13.186 


22.108 


12.696 


14,281 


20,551 


1 1.924 


Somerset 


11,397 


16,253 


10.991 


11,461 


15.406 


11,082 


11 .337 


iy.2b« 


1U,90« 


Talbot 


11,059 


19.748 


10.616 


9.468 


19.750 


8,999 


13,514 


19.74 7 


1 ), 145 


Washington 


14,071 


21.774 


13.680 


13,680 


20,674 


13,282 


14,416 


22,98 j 


I4,()2M 


Wicomico 


13,314 


19,320 


12.878 


13,394 


18.722 


12.906 


13.239 


20,226 


12.853 


Worcester 


14,824 


23.011 


14,40b 


14,281 


20,570 


13.973 


15,351 


25.208 


14 ,H2H 



*Excludes aides. 



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



TABLE 

123 



Cost of School Pupil TransportaLion and Number of Pupils TraniipurLud : Sl.iIu cu" M.iiylaiid: \'J/7-/ti 



Local Unit 


Expenditures 


Statu Aid 


Pupils TraiispDrLed 


Total 


Per 
Pupil 


Total 


Per 
Pupil 


ToCa J 


Pel I 


-ell I 


Total State 


900 , /oZ , i Jt3 


y i- J7 




$115 


4 'J b , 4 4 9 


6 1 


i 


Al legany 


1 1 jy ^ > O 


J.3'» 


1.357,443 


150 


9,021 


6 1 


6 


Anne Arundel 


6.225.580 


122 


5,630,632 


HQ 


51.231 


69 




Baltimore City 


7.802. 3A3 


155 


6,148,399 


122 


50.251 


34 




Baltimore 


7 Q 1 T Q Q 1 


LZM 


C / 7A T Q / 


105 


6 1 ,482 


57 


I 


Calvert 


y JO , 3Uo 




y ui , y by 




7 , J4 J 


y J 


I 


Caroline 


COT oaa 
dZ J , zoo 




OU J , DiU 


i JU 


4 ,63d 


yj 


-1 
J 


Carroll 


2.032.376 


108 


1.919,133 


102 


18,778 


92 


4 


Cecil 


1,158.986 


107 


1.133.114 


104 


10.879 


81 


9 


Charles 






TO 1 7 A ft 

z , jy 1 , /Do 


1 A ft 


i , 1 I y 


y u 




Dorchester 


7 1 Q Ail 7 


1 CO 


702 , 160 


154 


4,548 


oJ. 


/ 


Frederick 


Z . UU J . D Zh 


1 OQ 


i.yjo.iuz 


1 A 7 


1 ti . i J.ti 


7 7 


J 


Garrett 


903.709 


168 


861, 701 


160 


5.383 


96 




Harford 


2.607.317 


104 


2,501,495 


100 


24.961 


75 




Howard 


9 /. Q Q Q 9 


1 AO 


1 £ T A 7 7 


1 A 1 


13. Juu 




u 


Kent 


AAA Q79 
1 y / Z 


-LOX 


ATQ flOA 


1 An 

i DU 


2 756 


86 


Q 


Hon t gome ry 


9.086.626 


168 


6,445,679 


119 


54.2U6 


50 


5 


Prince George's 


12.914.839 


150 


8,878,183 


103 


85.902 


64 


1 


Queen Anne ' s 


759.830 


173 


720,753 


164 


4.390 


91 


3 


St. Mary's 


1,496.662 


126 


1,433,340 


121 


1 1 ,861 


94 


4 


Somerset 


530,090 


171 


498.424 


161 


3,09 3 


77 


6 


Talbot 


412.361 


124 


377.493 


113 


3,328 


7/ 


9 


Washington 


1.803,429 


103 


1.698,550 


97 


1 7,457 


80 




Wicomico 


1,349,262 


129 


1,294.827 


123 


I0,4«'i 


82 


2 


Worcester 


808,053 


174 


739,693 


159 


4.645 


79 


9 



Number of Transportation Vehicltis and Miloa Tr.ivcllud: H.uyl.iud I'ublir Silinul:,: l'J//-/H 



TABLE 

124 



Local Unit 


Number of Vehicles 


Number ul 
Ml le!, Tl.lVi l led 


Total 


Buses 




Contractor— 
Owned 


Pi 1 1\ 1 i 1" 1 \i — 
r UU l ii- X y 

Ownud 


Hi 111' r 

Vehicles* 


Tl.L.ll 


Ave r.i gt' 
Veliic le 


i O L d 1 O Let Lc 


5,211 






238 


fafa 94 2,914 


1 2,846 


AX i tigany 


174 


134 


27 


13 


1 ,563,261 


8.984 




483 


J7 J 


57 


J J 


t), 7 18,887 


13,9! 1 


BaLcimore City 


252 


1 Aft 
i4 O 


Q4 


10 


_',24 3,4(J4 


1) , 90.^ 


Bal t imore 


634 


OH 




- 


7,819,118 


1^,111 


Ucl J- Vc L L 


78 


/ O 




2 


1 ,4 \li , .'<)'> 


1 li , 1 '<() 




61 


58 


1 


2 


H4b,5l / 


11,877 


P -1 r rn 1 1 

K^a L i. U X X 


1 Ql 


175 


3 


1 3 


2, 733,282 


14.310 


Cecil 


123 


] 10 


6 


7 


I ,569,518 


1 -', 760 


Charles 


182 


163 


4 


15 


1,565,960 


19, 59 3 


Dorchester 


74 


66 


2 


6 


9 72,915 


1 J, 148 


Fredericlc 


198 


76 


106 


16 


2,520,438 


1 7.'.9 


Garrett 




96 


5 


3 


1,27! , 107 


12, 2:!2 


Harford 


265 


192 


41 


32 


2,991, 144 


1 1 ,2'j5 


Howard 


206 


1 7ft 
1/0 




28 


1 800 154 


1 3, 594 


Ken t 


52 


43 


8 


1 


644,489 


12.394 


nu 1 1 L K L) ulc L y 


D JH 


5 


629 




7,403,2-5 


11,67 7 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 


800 


3 


797 




10,900,171 


13.625 


80 


54 


17 


9 


1.143,219 


14.290 


St. Mary's 


124 


105 


8 


11 


2,04 7,804 


16,515 


Somerset 


56 


51 




5 


61 5,042 


10,983 


Talbot 


45 


44 




1 


5^'J, J2J 


1 1 , 7L0 


Washington 


179 


81 


78 


20 


J, 03/, 921 


1 1 , li)'. 


Wicomico 


134 


134 






1 ,6J4,802 


J 2. 125 


Worcester 


82 


71 




11 


96 J, 929 


1 1 ,743 



*Less than 12 capacity. 



Expenditures for Capital Outlay by Obiect: Maryland Public School:,: l'J7/-78 





Grand 




Current 


Expense Fund 






Schoo 1 


Cdiis t rue t ion 


'uiid 




Local Unit 


Total 
Capital 
Outlay 


Total 


Sites and 
Site Im- 
provements 


Building 

and 
Build ing 
Addit ions 


Remodel- 
ing 


Additional 
Equip- 
ment 


Total 


Situs and 
S U e 1 111- 
provuuiLiiLs 


llul Idlngs 

and 
llui Id lug 
Add i I lonb 


Kiinndi' 1 i iig 


Additional 
Equipment 


Total State 


$149,123,873 


$10,258,435 


$667,526 


$638,898 


$37,337 


$8,914,674 


$138,865,4 38 


$5. 597 , 76 J 


$104.52^,893 


$1 5,233,937 


$12,939,59/ 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
aaltimore City 
Ba 1 1 imor e 
Calvert 


5,021.649 
5,902,179 
30,397,952 
9 , 996 , 167 
3.927,041 


339,651 
990,702 
695,772 
1 066 734 
217,475 


56,849 

21 ,448 
14.707 


69,053 
289,251 

50,055 


14.233 


199,516 
701,451 
695,772 
1 045 286 
152.713 


4,681,yy8 
4,911 ,477 
29,702,180 
8,929,433 
3,709,566 


:?8,0U) 
228.244 
1 .133.888 
680 , 396 


4,344,349 
2,0 13,828 
24.3/7, 1 19 
7,0/8. 002 
3.452.246 


1 72,863 
2,520,097 
9,444 


30'J,633 
2,476,542 
1 .671 .0/6 
1 . 161 ,591 

25 7.320 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1.553.468 
738,046 
1,690,770 
5,411,339 
659,833 


32,504 
185,494 
163,431 
480 , 1 28 

88,585 


13.475 
171.974 


14,449 


4,580 


185,494 
163,431 
308 , 1 54 
88,585 


1 ,520.964 
552.552 
1 .527,339 
4.931,211 
* 571 .248 


258.040 
373,889 
545,048 


1 .51J,(jb3 
254.229 
78 5.994 

3,556.637 


40,283 
275,714 


h, JOI 

yi ,742 
82 9, 5. '6 


Frederick. 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


5,994.595 
3,399,586 
10,058,498 
4,485,580 
69,506 


295,702 
161.484 

86,482 
739.550 

69,506 


4.631 
54,041 

4,350 


10,225 
38,953 

- 


3,776 
10,345 

3,660 


277,070 
58.145 
86.482 

739.550 
61.496 


5,698.893 
3,238,102 
9,972,016 
3, 746,030 


125,34 1 

14.852 
321 ,620 


4 . 42 /. 274 
3.238, 102 
8,266,928 
3.424,410 


403,448 


742,830 
1 ,690,236 


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


22,409,341 
18,524.994 
2.752,814 
3,942,610 
4,142,146 


2.632,564 
781.218 
61,732 
431,220 
37,012 


184,051 


889 


743 


2.632,564 
781,218 

61,732 
247,169 

35.380 


19,776,777 
17,743,776 
2,691,082 
3,511,390 
4, 105, 134 


963,379 
894,071 


6.468.519 
15.216,585 
2,565,944 
3,352,766 
4,105,134 


LO, 802, 103 
679, 139 


1 , 542 , 776 
953,981 
125,138 
158,624 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worces ter 


900,969 
5.145.575 
1 ,685,684 

313,531 


44,857 
399,798 
176,057 

80,777 


142,000 


166.023 




44.857 
91,775 
176,057 
80,777 


857,112 
4,745,777 
1 .509,627 

232,754 


30,979 


85b, 1 12 
4, 157,089 
1 .uiJ'J ,1115 
39,948 


186,870 
143,976 


588,688 
31 ; , 
1 7 ,b51 



*Object breakdown not available. 



TABLE 

125 



Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1977-78 



TABLE 

126 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Midcllc 


)r.-Sr. High 


Total 
Value 


Average 
per Pupil 


Total State 


'i'^n ^np "^Tft 

J t D J\J t DUO t J / O 






c 9 •) 7 ■> -) 1 
9^.:/,J.:.i,iHJ 


c 1 HA/. nr\A W9 ") 


Allegany 


102,941,098 


7,149.10 


"14 36' 584 




6H, 578 , 5] 4 


Anne Arundt^l 


*323,665,000 


4,325.44 


103,617,000 


34,056 ,000 


1 72, 120,000 


Baltimore City 


J4 J > D_)4 , 4 JO 


^ , j4 O . J J 


156.744.506 




186.909,952 


Bal t imore 




^ AQ7 1 ft 


266,517,967 




360,795,652 


Calvert 


H\J y Uo J , KJ-LO 


J , joo . / y 


15 , 758 , 979 


8,272,510 


16 053 529 

i-U,UJ t \ J ^ J 


Caroline 


32.728,409 


6.822.83 






AJ, J^U. UHU 


Carroll 


107.800»866 


5,560.07 


A 9 SHA Kon 




AA QIA fjAA 


Cecil 




=i 9*^0 An 

J , ^ J 7 . OU 


26,172,440 


15,553,026 


24.993,066 


Charles 


1 AC Q Q Q C 7 A 
XU3 9 OOO , J / H 


A 91ft 9 1 


44,767,530 


20, 373,681 


40,747,363 


Dorchester 


^ / , 4 JO , UUU 


A Q A Q Q 


9 , 709 , 000 


5 180 000 


12 , 549,000 


Frederick 


93,301,313 


4,162.32 


37 657,702 




55 64 1 61 1 


Garrett 


24,847,540 


4,364.11 


10 , 958 , 135 


4 , 928 ,111 


8 , 961 , 294 


Harford 


16? IQft 444 


5 053.03 


62,464,354 


32,094,140 


67,bJ9.950 


Howard 




5 447.02 


46,882, ICQ 


30.419,500 


57,321 .000 


Kent 


22 692 002 


7 190.80 


8, 768,982 


5.802,401 


8, 120, 619 


Montgomery 


/309,385,913 


2,844.01 


119,783,092 


3.960,252 


180. 101 ,663 


Prince George's 


667,950,975 


4,976.86 


291,979,674 




375.971 .301 


Queen Anne's 


21,938,523 


4,627.11 


8.775,410 


5,425.603 


7.737,510 


St. Mary's 


61,287,854 


5,222.17 


25.502.777 


15,263,329 


20.521 ,748 


Somerset 


20,929,805 


5,355.49 


5,712,511 


4,675.503 


10,541,791 


Talbot 


29,710,500 


6,916.66 


7,295,000 


7,556,500 


14,859,000 


Washington 


88,921,700 


4,144.29 


34,462,000 


18,071 ,100 


36.388.600 


Wicomico 


82,978,854 


6,584.27 


34,938,796 




48,040,058 


Worcester 


31.308,981 


5,436.25 


11,180,181 


9,352, 1 1 1 


j lU,7 7r, ,fc^,'j 



*Includes $13,872,000 not distributed by level, 
T'Includes $5,540,906 not distributed by level. 



TABLE 

127 



Maryland Public School Bonded indebtedness Related to Asbcssed Valuation: June JO, 1978 



Local Unit 


School Bonded 


indebtedness as of 


June 30, 1978 


1977 Assessed 
Valuation 
Taxable at 
Full Rate for 
County Purposes 
(Thousands) 


AtiSedsed 
Valuation 
per Dollar 
of School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 


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


Total 


County 
Bonds 


State 
Loan 


Total State 


$687,153,732 


$591,100,216 


$96,053,516 


$31,380,009 


$46 


> 2 


Allegany 


2,509,292 


1,915,000 


594.292 


431.895 


172 


0.6 


Anne Arundel 


60,252,521 


49,276,000 


10.976.521 


2.487,858 


41 


2.4 


Baltimore City 


200,606,410 


165,626,489 


34.979.921 


3,447,571 


17 


5.8 


BaltijDore 


y U , JHJ , OUU 


/4 . ZUU . UUU 


16 , 345 , 600 


/. QA C /. 
4,743, HOO 


1^ 
J J 


1 ■ o 


Calvert 


3,039,180 


2,730,000 


309.180 


742,185 


244 


0.4 


Caroline 


2.161,036 


1.995.000 


166.036 


99,563 


46 


2.2 


Carroll 


8,037,324 


6.290.595 


1.746.729 


667,757 


83 


1.2 


Cecil 


4.373,926 


4,240,000 


133,926 


324,965 


74 


1.3 


Lnar ieb 


iU , tSio , JoU 


y , iDU , UUU 


1 . 000 , JOU 


ATA TAT 
D Jo , ID / 




-L . / 


Dorchester 


1.799,236 


1,745,000 


54.236 


187.697 


104 


1.0 


Frederick 


16,432,627 


14,820,000 


1,612,627 


767,736 


47 


2.1 


Garrett 


256,338 


50.000 


206,338 


189,660 


740 


0.1 


Harford 


23,831,953 


21.211.000 


2,620,953 


951,405 


40 


2.5 


Howard 


1£ /AO COC 

16,498, 585 


15 , 1 75 ,000 


i , J2 J , 5o5 


1,272,655 




i . J 


Kent 


2,244.135 


1,865.000 


379,135 


127,223 


57 


1.8 


Montgomery 


93.222.181 


87.973.290 


5,248,891 


6,426,660 


69 


1.5 


Prince George's 


118.236,768 


102.956,000 


15,280,768 


5,111,687 


43 


2.3 


Queen Anne ' s 




i 1 yyjH » J 1 7 




i»q aan 
Loy , oo u 


1 00 


1.0 


St. Mary's 


1.692.957 


600,000 


1,092,957 


329,217 


195 


0.5 


Somerset 


935.011 


878,050 


56,961 


99,501 


106 


0.9 


Talbot 


2,844,847 


2,545,000 


299,847 


269,468 


95 


1.1 


Washing ton 


13,835,846 


13,513,332 


322,514 


680,207 


49 


2.0 


Wicomico 


7.850,347 


7,841,141 


9.206 


456,837 


58 


1.7 


Worcester 


3,224,933 


2,600,000 


624,933 


536,729 


166 


0.6 



TABLE 

Maryland Public School Bonded IndcbLcdiiebs* and lnt<jri.-.sL I'aynienLs ^ 

per Pupil Belonging: Prek..-12: June 30, 1978 | ^ 1 





School 


lnliTi:.l 




Bonded 




Indebtedness 


Payment a 


1 Ca 1 o Lei l6 


$ 851 


.88 


C / A 1 "7 
9hU . 1 / 


Al Icgany 


1 "7 1 
i / i 


9 ^ 


f\ U 1 
. 7 1 


Anne Arund^X 


ft 9 
OZ J 


9 7 


A (1 7 S 
^ U , 1 J 


Baltimore City 


i ) jD7 


. DO 


6 7.38 


Bal timore 


ft 9 9 
o z z 


■^9 
> JZ 


16 . 6 1 


Cd Iver t 


423 


73 


Jb . J'J 


Carol ine 


450 


51 


21 .84 


Carroll 


414 


54 


22 .84 


Cecil 


344 


.81 


15.21 


Charles 


635 


30 


33.24 


Dorchester 


325 


.87 


1 1 .23 


Frederick 


733 


09 




Garrett 


45 


02 


0.33 


Harford 


/ H J- 


. J J 


31 .40 


Howard 


667 


56 


33.87 


Kent 


711 


14 


32.67 


Mn n t" o omp t*v 


856 


94 


44 .61 


Prince George's 


880 


.97 


42,21 


Queen Anne's 


401 


65 


14.90 


St. Mary's 


144 


.25 


6.72 


Somerset 


239 


.25 


10.1 7 


Talbot 


662 


.29 


29.41 


Washington 


644 


.37 


25.53 


Wicomico 


622 


91 


29. 76 


Worcester 


559 


.95 


29. 70 



*Includes general school construction loans. 



» TABLE 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousandii of Dollars: 
f_J State of Maryland: 1968-69 - 1977-78 



Local Unit 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 . 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977-78 


il State 


$14,966,569 


$15,894,206 


$17,135,058 


$19,904,730 


$19,810,228 


$21,865,878 


$22,930,164 


$25,936,461 


$28,625,535 


$31,380,009 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


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 


441,204 
2,200,603 
3,443,744 
4,628,452 

504,054 


431 ,895 
2.487.858 
3.447.571 
4.945,486 

742.185 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


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 


92,531 
589,517 
297,976 
563,109 
171,367 


99.563 
667.757 
324,965 
636.167 
187.697 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


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 


699,744 
168,109 
375.335 
1.041,494 
117.062 


767, 7J6 
189,660 
951 ,405 
1,272,655 
127.223 


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


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 


5.847.490 
4,637,690 
168.259 
285.234 
92,293 


6,426,660 
5.111,687 
189,880 
329,217 
99,501 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


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 


234.460 
630.687 
423,589 
501,532 


269.468 
680,207 
456,837 
536,729 



1977-78 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



Statu of Maryland 



TABLE 

130 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at 
Full Rate 
(Thousands) 




County Commi -ssioners 




S 1 .1 1 u 
Tax 
CuininlbuionA 


Total 


Real tstate 
6/30/78 


Pel sunal 
Properly 


Total State 


$31,380,009 


$25,758,627 


S25 593 846 


S 1 64 /HI 




$5.621 .382 


Allegany 


431,895 


286,390 


277,714 


8,676 




145.505 


Anne Arundel 


2,487,858 


2,143,231 


2,132,708 


10.523 




344,627 


Baltimore City 


3 ,44 7 , 571 


2 , 543 , 961 


2,517 ,866 


26 . 095 




903,610 


Baltimore 


4,945,486 


4,089,362 


4 ,064 ,426 


24 . 936 




856,124 


Calvert 


742,185 


232,756 


231,556 


1.200 




509.429 


Caroline 


99,563 


79,735 


79,141 


594 




19.828 


Carroll 


667,757 


549,051 


547,038 


2.01 3 




118,706 


Cecil 


324,965 


271,775 


269,879 


1.896 




53,190 


Charles 


636,167 


409,770 


407.986 


1 , 784 




226.397 


Dorchester 


187,697 


127,410 


125,531 


1 ,879 




60.287 


Frederick 


767 , 736 


658,942 


658,942 


- 




108,794 


Garrett 


189,660 


125,707 


123,381 


2,326 




63,953 


Harford 


951,405 


787,681 


783,763 


3,918 




163,724 


Howard 


1,272,655 


1,134,450 


1,132,250 


2.200 




138,205 


Kent 


127,223 


104,018 


104,018 






23,205 


Montgomery 


6,426,660 


5,704,596 


5,683,940 


20.656 




722,064 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 


5,111,687 


4,409,697 


4,393,987 


15,710 




701 .990 


189,880 


168,348 


168,348 






21,532 


St. Mary's 


329,217 


281,867 


278,959 


2.908 




47,350 


Somerset 


99,501 


78,389 


76,951 


1 .438 




21 ,112 


Talbot 


269,468 


250,614 


250,614 






18,854 


Washington 


680,207 


510,956 


502,578 


8.378 




169,251 


Wicomico 


456,837 


347,101 


342,155 


4.946 




109.7 36 


Worcester 


536,729 


462,820 


440,115 


22,705 




73.909 



Source: Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation. 

*Includes public utility property and shares and tangible personal domestic and foreign ordinary business. 



TABLE 




Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1977-78 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at Full 
Rate 
(Thousands) 


Number 

"f 
Pupils 
Be longing* 


Wu,i Uh 

per 
Pupil 


I'llpU 1 .it i (Ml 

19/7/ 


Ur.l 1 I h 

i:.i|> 1 1 .1 


Total State 


$31,380,009 


806,636.6 


$38,902 


4.152.9UU 




Allegany 


431,895 


14,652.4 


29,476 


a 1 , 200 


, J 10 


Anne Arundel 


2,487,858 


73,186. 5 


33 , 993 


i'.iti , 200 


I) , '/'i ') 


Baltimore City 


3,447,571 


146,464.9 


23,541 


803,800 


4 , J fl 9 


Baltimore 


4,945,486 


110,109.5 


44,914 


644,600 


7,672 


Calvert 


742,185 


7,172.4 


103,478 


29, iUO 


i 11 


Caroline 


99,563 


4,796.9 


20,756 


2: ,400 


4 ,4-1 5 


Carroll 


667,757 


19,388.4 


34,441 


8 7 , 200 


7,ii')8 


Cecil 


324,965 


12,685.] 


25,618 


55,400 


5,866 


Charles 


Alt 1 T 

o JO , Lo / 




J / , J JO 




9 8 4 H 


Dorchester 


187,697 


5,521.4 


33,994 


30, 300 


6, 195 


Frederick 


767,736 


22,415. 7 


34,250 


10.', 300 


7,50 5 


Garrett 


189,660 


5,693.6 


33,311 


25,400 


7,467 


Harford 


951,405 


32,138.8 


29,603 


144 ,000 


6,607 


Howard 


1,272,655 


24,714.9 


51 ,493 


111, 100 


11,4 '} J 


Kent 


127,223 


3,155.7 


40,315 


16,800 


y.'y/ i 


Montgomery 


6,426,660 


108, 785 . 3 


59,077 


580 , 300 


1 1 ,075 


Prince George's 


5,111,687 


134,211.4 


38,086 


h76 , 700 


7 , 554 


Queen Anne's 


189,880 


4,741.3 


40,048 


22 , 100 


8, 592 


St. Mary's 


329,217 


11,736.1 


28,052 


53,200 


6, 188 


Somerset 


99,501 


3,908. 1 


25,460 


20,000 


4,y75 


Talbot 


269,468 


4,295.5 


62,733 


26, 100 


10, ).'■', 


Washington 


680,207 


21,472.0 


31,679 


109,800 


6. 195 


Wicomico 


456,837 


12,602.6 


36,249 


60 , 500 


7,551 


Worcester 


536,729 


5,759.3 


93,193 


2 7,600 


19,446 



*Half-tlme kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents. 

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



TABLE 





Suiimui 


■y of Income 


and Revenue 


for School Food Service 


Programs : 


Maryland Public Sclioo 


U.: I'J77-7M 




1 Q 


CM 




Cash Income 


1)1 lie r 


i 111 iilTl.- 






Federal Reimbursement 


















School Lunch Program 
















Local Unit 


Total 
Cash 
Income 


Total 
Federal 
Re im- 
burse- 
io£n c 


Total 

School 

Lunch 


Free and 

Reduced 

Lunches 


Other 
Lunches 


Special 

Milk 
Program 


School 
Break- 
fast 
Program 


State 
Re im- 
burse- 
meUL 


Children s 
Payments 


Al 1 
Other 
1 ncitnie* 


Niiiifuod 

A:.:.i:.l- 
ante 


V.lluc 

U.S.lJ 

ConiiDu 
lIl:. 


Total State 


CJQ/, 9t;'J A7A 


$31,512,328 


$27,197,166 


$!7,784,772 


$9,412,394 


$2,475,550 


$1,839,612 


§4 , 1 DM ,963 


$22,710,913 


i>16,522,338 


$288,246 


$9,064 


Allegany 


2 234 538 


947 522 


714 142 


AAK L.f\L 
4 00,4 0*+ 


^4^,0/0 


D4 , DO / 




H. > L'K ) 


632 ,448 


2 70 , 844 


821 


300 


Anne Arundel 


6,248,294 


1,930,878 


1 ,574 ,031 


799 388 


7 74 ,64 3 


299,436 


57,411 


148,005 


J.I)') 1, Jlh 


1 , JH6 , i 9 1 




690 


Baltimore City 


16,356,098 


11,085,623 


10 372 686 


8 , 3 71 , 54 7 


2 001 139 


398,071 


314,866 


2,016,667 


857,406 


1 , 7;b.326 


103.386 


5U 


Bal timore 


10 , 253 ,712 


1,619,077 


1,318,877 


673, 933 


644 944 


300,200 


- 


^ L'\ 7A 7 

i H J f /D / 




A All ACj t 




1 , 7j5 


Calvert 


735,852 


320,420 


305,638 


200,531 


105,107 


14,782 


- 


A 7 Hi n 


.1 1 u , J V 


JO , U J 7 


3,949 


h/ 


Caroline 


624,961 


250,933 


203, 273 


125, 144 


78 , 129 


4 , 748 


4 2 912 


14 440 


155 310 


12 7 899 


4 ,60 7 


71 


Carroll 


1,772,448 


432,974 


361 ,250 


148,762 


212,488 


60.610 


11, 1 14 


22,794 


668,499 


434,988 


1 . 200 


ill 


Cecil 


1,350,162 


489,123 


395,657 


244,912 


150, 745 


46,814 


46,652 


64,041 


394,964 


219,562 


16.549 


165 


Lriar ies 


2,025,100 


751,215 


625 , 614 


388,482 


237, 132 


70,330 


55,271 


98 , 544 


685 217 


2 78 069 


4 .635 


'05 


Dorchester 


747,452 


349,631 


276,910 


200,275 


76,635 


17,238 


55,483 


4 7 , 661 


1 20, 460 


1 36 , 134 


6 . 782 


&( 


Frederick 


2,305,924 


741 , 909 


642 880 


328 216 


314 664 

J J. H , U H 


58 883 


40 146 


4 5 , 273 


872 958 


380 395 


4 , 1 30 


261 


Garrett 


834,191 


424,065 


339 , 779 


223 767 


116 012 


17,020 


67,266 


58,176 


186,673 


48,578 


4.041 


11: 


Harford 


3,388,123 


1,127,556 


856 503 


469 192 


387 311 


114.620 


156,433 


122,800 


1 , 150,447 


596,633 


32.561 


35! 1 


Howard 


2 048 899 


497,001 


374,723 


168,460 


206,263 


92,749 


29,529 


4 3, /Do 


J y y * 7 


4 11, UUO 


423 


')^L \ 


KcUL 


369 344 


126,506 


118,609 


77,451 


41,158 


7,897 


- 


10, 300 


u 7 A A ■* 




5,010 




Mon tgome ry 


10, 715,091 


2.442,306 


1,904,463 


844.715 


1,059,748 


314,741 


223,102 


231,578 


4,028,203 


2,765.236 


37, 755 


1 

1,21( 


Prince George's 


14,917,125 


4,983,694 


4,278,467 


2.417.499 


1,860.968 


365,478 


339,749 


624,904 


5,377, 735 


2.033.685 


30,557 


l,86ii 


Queen Anne's 


495,060 


202.456 


169,377 


104.302 


65,075 


21.248 


11 ,831 


15,687 


166.474 


53.956 


4.975 


5 , 


S t . Ma r y ' s 


1,557.024 


760.386 


568,228 


401.496 


166,732 


50,143 


142,015 


112,585 


346,900 


161 ,603 


7. 522 


16i! 


Somer se t 


540,683 


304,007 


260,598 


193.564 


67,034 


7,515 


35.894 


45.941 


74,122 


49,496 


- 


6 . 


Talbot 


433,243 


138,934 


131,353 


74.519 


56,834 


7.581 






128,991 


103,421 


4.282 


5 1 


Washington 


2,384,230 


889,914 


776,242 


482,375 


293,867 


82.447 


31,225 


120,760 


77u, 786 


>6/ .9-0 


11.129 




Wicomico 


1.201,987 


384,882 


334,341 


172,748 


161,593 


50,541 






381 ,555 


279.462 


3,932 


IM 


Worcester 


714,135 


311,316 


293,525 


205,030 


88,495 


17,791 




26,762 


J 18,693 


181 .808 







*lncludes income from a la carte and adult sales, income from senior citizens, and other programs. 

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



TABLE 

133 



Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schoolb: 1977-78 



Local Unic 


Total 
Expenditures 


Food 


Labor 


All OllKT 
Kxpciid iLui'i^s 


Total State 


$73,593,135 


$33,488, Jl 7 


$33,914,755 


$6, 19U,0b3 




Allegany 


1,882,837 


982 , 385 


832 ,938 


67,514 




Anne Arundel 


4,963,180 


2,647,575 


1 ,801 ,463 


514. 142 




Baltimore City 


15, /O / , 5/6 


5 , 520, 508 


9 , 168 , 244 


1 ,018,774 




Bal timore 


8,322,180 


3, 789,116 


3.950.157 


5H2 .'jo; 




Calvert 


627, 792 


359,224 


222,327 






Caroline 


J /U , DOi 






3,325 




Carroll 


i > jy i ) / DO 


/DO y jU / 


Til A Q 1 


1 13.760 




Cec il 


1 1 A 1 A Q A 




1.11 7 1 Q 


lU^ , 7 JO 




Charles 


1,664,881 


855,219 


760,536 


Ay \ )fx 

H 7 , J i-\J 




Dorchester 


644,590 


350.960 


269,565 


^ 4 , UO J 




Frederick 




1 , 1 J J , iUD 


o Q 7 1 1; A 


1U8.504 




Garret t 


/4U , J5i 


T Q Q Q A /. 




43.370 




Harford 


/ , ObJ , b JU 


1 1 Q C etc 

i , jo_) , /b 


1 OCA "7 A A 


217,214 




Howard 


1,901,616 


9/5,067 


805.268 


121 , 281 




Kent 


316,347 


177.033 


112,671 


26,643 




Montgomery 


9,009,404 


4,212,09/ 


J , BU-l , 1 J J 


995,354 




Prince George's 


13,026,002 




5 . 546 . 767 


1,731,458 




Queen Anne's 


433.950 


243,279 


135.609 


55,062 




St. Mary's 


1,345,166 


631,810 


639,806 


73.550 




Somerset 


456,704 


285,984 


133,943 


36.777 




Talbot 


361,994 


214,640 


130,751 


16,603 




Wa sh ington 


2,140,611 


933. 191 


1,119.533 


87.887 




Wicomico 


1,109,748 


640.457 


371,612 


97,679 




Worcester 


636,527 


350,694 


236,962 


48.871 





Meals Served in School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-70 



TABLE 

134 



Local Unit 


National School Lunch Program 


School Breakfast Program 


Spec la 1 

Mi Ik 
Program / 


Total Paid, Free 
and Reduced Lunches 
Served 


Free and Reduced 
Lunches Served* 


Total Paid, Free and 
Reduced Breakfast 
Served 


Free .inU I<edui:ed 
Bre.iklasts Served* 


Total State 


65,829,300 


28,520,632 


4.443.366 


3.80/. 1 I 1 


37.811. J82 


Allegany 


1,718,877 


772, 148 


477,220 


J69, 2 24 


789. 1 2 ) 


Anne Arundel 


5,416,273 


1,297,177 


1 Jo , o Jo 


1 1 6 . 84 5 


4,719. 102 


Baltimore City 


14,011,623 


13,232.670 


64 7.095 


646.422 


5.5/7.656 


Bait iiQO r e 


4,513,594 


1, 1 17,991 


- 


- 




Calvert 


735,301 


318,846 


- 


- 


216,232 


Caroline 


546,337 


200.036 


93,654 


86,81 J 


/2.65J 


Carroll 


i.,HOU,JJJ 


i , J O J 


A A 1 Q n 




956.21 2 


Cecil 


1,054.552 


395,865 


107,703 


94,453 


/lb, 124 


Charles 


1,658,383 


623,032 


125,107 


1 11 , 1 60 


1 ,089 .490 


Dorchester 


536.200 


317,823 


182,398 


162,381 


219,774 


Frederick 


2,200.653 


528,276 


113,928 


78,726 


910,9/0 


Garrett 


Mil AT> 
O X 1 , D J Z 


JO 1 , J 






237,176 


Harford 


2,708.284 


760.585 


380,281 


316.845 


1.758,266 


Howard 


1.442,927 


272,986 


97,842 


58,279 


1 449 336 


Kent 


288.014 


123,822 


- 


- 


121,780 


Montgomery 


7,382, 161 


1,368, 364 


577, 147 


452,690 


4,993,031 


Prince George's 


13,022,083 


3,929,279 


777,368 


694,751 


5,669,01/ 


Queen Anne ' s 


455,198 


166,962 


40.421 


25,31 7 


31/, 200 


St. Mary's 


1,166,169 


653,383 


313,992 


289,978 


715,855 


Somerset 


469,110 


302,353 


91 ,640 


80. 56 J 


110,321 


Talbot 


397,684 


123,938 






120,312 


Washington 


2,057,874 


788,118 


71,028 


o ),49 1 


1.. 


Wicomico 


1,129,972 


299,319 






794.364 


Worcester 


619,446 


324,473 






2 7 7 . 4. (J 



-liu Uided in "Tol.il Paid. Fice and Reduced" columns. 
/Number of pints of milk served. 



TABLE 

135 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Educ.ition Prograiiih. by I'aiL ul Act: M.iiyl.uiil I'ublii SrluMil 



.1.11 y: I >)/.'-/■(! 



Local Unit 


Total 






Par I li 






Part A 
Disadvantaged 


Secondary 


Ail II 1 I 


Regula r 


Disadvantaged 


liandlt'appt'd 

- — ■ 






$74,356,344 


$424,687 


$46,595,638 




$6,751 .752 


$ ). 1 J l.f.HO 


V 1 . ) -.1. . H 


Allegany 




1,966,577 


- 




79 64 2 


4 H 6 3 5 




Anne Arundel 




6.004.194 


- 


4.327,902 


93. IMl> 


1 .!'),()()« 


11 , l'< i 


Baltimore City 




13,08] ,834 


85,159 


6,880,446 


2. 15J.565 


1 ,MU,W/ 


1 1 )/Ji 


Baltimore 




10,398, 218 




7,460,056 


739,397 


256, 7% 


7,91, 


Ca Iver t 




696,426 


- 


581 ,613 


- 


- 




Caroline 




470.636 


22,000 


291,990 


16,403 


48,339 


3,UV'T 


Carroll 




1,04 2,804 


- 


864,512 


115,638 


55, 1 1 1 


3 , j6r) 


Cecil 




1,034.962 


33,360 


816.141 


- 


- 




Charles 




1,452,106 


79, 366 


844.143 


- 


25,319 




Dox'clie s t er 




674,905 


27.689 


504.495 


1 ,528 


44.482 


- 


Frederick 




2,049,118 


- 


1 . Q ■ L . 1 I J 


22 301 


26 , 7M(j 


'.U,<2 5V 


Garrett 




486,082 


6,299 


402.276 


5,803 


2.641 


- 


Harford 




1,817,330 


- 


1.459.150 


20,710 


1 ,014 








1,837,506 




1 .494.791 


261 ,934 






1 Kent 




342,667 


- 


261 ,279 


25.203 


- 


- 


1 

1 — Montgomery 




13,650,553 


- 


6,397,473 


2,118.532 


6 50 , 1 96 


h(, 1 ,eJ-3 


1 Prince George's 




9,517.408 


12,880 


6. 182,285 


333.697 


104,0^1 


1 6 . 56 1 


Queen Anne's 




572,262 




467.705 


104,557 


- 




St. Mary's 




1,004,492 


- 


651.102 


85,949 


81 ,900 


- 


Somerset 




524,025 


91,244 


298, 759 


37,263 


26,354 




Talbot 




457.127 


- 


412,099 




5,850 




Washington 




2,638.143 


- 


1,653,108 


83,379 


3:.'2,177 




Wicomico 




1,075.953 


- 


804,329 


60.694 


43,505 


«, / i 1 


Worcester 




526,472 




285,081 


67.014 






Balto. Co. Special 


Projects 


529.525 


17,491 


269,233 


42,278 


40, 000 


.•/,::.• 


Project Basic 




4.638 




1.400 








Md. School for the 


Blind 


117,482 








1 11/ ,46J 




Md. School for the 


Deaf 


39,255 








1 i9.-'55 




Juvenile Services 




333,284 


49,199 




284.085 






Health & Hygiene 




5.700 








5 , . ijii 




Regional Education 


Service 














Agency 




4,660 













Expenditures for Vocation;!] - Technic.]] Education I^roj; 



Local Unit 



Part C 
Research 



Part D 
Exemplary 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Bal timore 
Calvert 

Carol ine 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

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

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 

Baltimore Co. Special Projects 
Project Basic 
Md. School for the Blind 
Md. School for the Deaf 
Juvenile Services 
Health & Hygiene 
Regional Education Service 
Agency 



$170,740 



34.661 
] , 750 
1,900 



3,977 



9.265 



66,091 
48,436 



$65,171 

6.802 
1,990 
30,000 
1 1 ,986 



10,300 



855 



3,238 



4.660 



by P.I ft or Ai I : 



M.ii y I.iik] I'lih I i. S. Ii.u.l 



oil. I II/; I '/ / / 



P.irt y 
Conuunid' 6 
Homemaking 



I'. II I C 
C.iii|)i i.i L i ve 



$15,764,172 

4 J5,9lfa 
1 ,388,062 
2,660,547 
1,880,166 

1)4, 813 

88,805 

185.377 
503,278 
96, 7] 1 

321 ,587 
6 7,808 

336,456 
20,453 
56,185 

3,616,028 
2,867,964 

] 85, 541 
63,753 

39.178 
517.376 
1 58.684 
108.286 

51, 198 



$165,279 
J J , -'i .' / 
41J,I"J(J 



I ,2')'j 



0,4119 



0.' , 1 IJ i 



3J,(Krj 



TABLE 

136 



Expenditures for Vocational - 



Technical Education Programs: By Source of Fund.-: 
Secondaiy: ly77-7H 



Maryl.nid I'ublli t^iiuMjl:, .iiid Sl.ilt- I ii . I I ( iil 1 i>ii 



T ;4 1 Tin 1 r 


To ta 1 


Federal 


Liica I and 


Stale 




Amount 


Percent 


Aim iLii 1 L 


111! 


Total State 


$74,356,344 




9. 7 


$67, 1 55, 160 


90 


3 


Al Ifegany 


J. , yOO t J ' • 


342 ,065 


17.4 


1 * ' ' 1 » 




u 


Anne Arunde 1 


£, AAA 1 QA 


733,478 


12.2 


, J y u , 1 \ii 


b / 


fS 


Ba 1 1 imo re C i ty 


11 Afll ftIA 
i J , DO 1 , OJH 


1,289,100 


9.8 


1 1 %i^yi ^1 14 


yt) 


-) 


Baltimore 


10,398,218 


51 1 ,4 ')7 


4 . 9 


y,HHt),761 


95 


1 


Calvert 


696,426 


130,694 


18.8 


; i:? 


81 


- 


Carol ine 


A 7 A A 1 A 
H /U , Jo 


1 19 , 1 26 


25 3 


1 S 1 'i 1 (J 


74 




Ca r roll 


1 A A RAA 


174.404 


16,7 


H/tH A ( IJ t 
Ou O . M \ }\M 


O J 




Cecil 




149,205 


14.4 


H W K 7 S 7 


K ^ 
O J 




Charles 


1,452.106 


17 7 Sft 7 


11 Q 


i.-'/y.5i9 


88 


1 


Dorchester 


674.905 


1 9 Q "7 T A 


1 Q 9 
1 7 • z 


54 5 . 1 7 1 


80 


8 


r rederxcK 


9 HAQ lift 


1 Q A C 7 O 


Q 

7 • -J 




90 


7 


Ga rre 1 1 


4 OD . UO i 


85,867 


17.7 


400 2 1 5 


82 




H^i r f nrH 
nd I. 1 (J L u 


1 817 330 


144,646 


8.0 


1 672 684 


92 





Howard 


l!837!506 


OAft 77A 

ZOO . / _o 


1 A £ 


1,568,780 


85 


4 


Kent 


342,667 


7Q Ql 1 


^ J . J 


262, 756 


76 


7 


1 lUll L guillc I y 


1 -J A sn SSI 


306,136 


2.2 


1 3 , 344 ,417 


97 


g 


Prince George ' s 




521 ,192 


5.5 


ft ClllA ■} 1 K 


94 


5 


Queen Anne's 


572,262 


1 "7*; Q Q 1 

i /o , tjyi 


1 A Q 

ju. y 


395,3/1 


69 


I 


St. Mary's 


1,004,492 


1 04 , 9 9 7 




899.495 


89 


5 


Some rse t 




214 , 767 


/I A 

41 .U 


309 258 


59 


(J 


la I DO t 


^3 / , i Z / 


64 , 757 




1(1 ) 1 yii 
J -1 - , J / u 


85 


^ 


Washing,ton 


1 1 Q 1/1 

z , -Jo , 14 J 


A 7 1 A *i 7 


1 A n 


Z , Z 1 / , UOO 


84 


Q 


Wicomico 


1 A "7 C Q Q 

1 , u / J , y J J 


101 1 *;7 


11 \ 


954 596 


88 


7 




526 472 


96,472 


18.3 


430,000 


bl 


7 


Balto. CounLy Special Projects 


529,525 


529,525 


100.0 


- 




- 


Project Basic 


4,638 


4,188 


90.3 


4 50 


9 


7 


Md. School for the Blind 


117,482 


31 ,238 


26.6 


Hf, , 2 '.-'. 






Md. School for the Deaf 


39,255 


11,882 


30.3 


27,373 




7 


Juvenile Services 


333,284 


64,787 


19.4 


268,497 


cO 


. 6 


Health & Hygiene 


5,700 


5,700 


100.0 








Regional EJuc.iLion Service 














Agency 


4,660 


4,660 


100.0 









E/:penditures for Vocational - Technical Education Pri>gr.im.-i by Part ul AcL: M.iryl.ind 

Post Secondary: 1977-78 



Local Agency 



Total State 



Al leg.iny Community Ciillege 
Anne Arundel Community College 
Catonsville Community College 
Cecil Community College 
Charles Community College 

Chesapeake Community College 
Community College of Baltimore 
Dundalk Community College 
Essex Community College 
Frederick Community College 

Garrett Community College 
Hagerstown Community College 
Harford Community College 
Howard Community College 
Montgomery Community College 

Prince George's Community 

College 
Villa Julie College 
Worcester-Wicomico Techn ical 

Community College 
University of Maryland: 

Col lege Park 

University of Maryland: 

Baltimore County 
Frostburg State College 



Total 



$33,191,811 

1.157.263 
3.305.867 
2,301.731 
135.696 
2,148.009 

1 .088,795 
6,525,034 

188,982 
2,598,112 

228,970 

79.766 
1 ,425,424 
168.746 
478,585 
7,789,228 



2,445,843 
356,286 

644,444 

111.417 



1 .503 
12,110 



Part A 
Disad- 
vantaged 



$44,729 
1 5,000 



15,253 



14,476 



Pari 11 



Second;i ry 



Regular 



2,445,843 
356.286 

637.568 



Disadvantaged 



$30,238,278 


$1 ,261,933 


727,477 


zy , U J/ 


9 7 fl ^ 7 /■ 1 

z, /oj, m I 


D i D , / / D 




7 1=^ 

D L , / 1 J 


1 21 , 874 




1.150.647 


540,062 


960.192 




6.499.565 




150.602 




2,511,565 




215,041 




64,264 


3,803 


1,239,050 


31,035 


112,557 


29,194 


372,541 


51,816 


7,789,228 





Handicapped 



$570,278 

39,341 
447,042 

32.070 



3.000 
48.825 



Adult 



$878,597 

385. 754 

96.438 
13.822 

128.603 



82,733 
8.189 

11,699 
151 .359 



I'.ii i i: 



$40,595 



4 ,850 
2,000 



3 . 9 ? 7 
3,814 



6,2 70 
5,403 



8,805 



iiui :; 1 .1 1 r 1 11. 1 1 1 111 i > 



I'.iii II 
I. ..imp 1 .1 1 y 



$ ') I , 6 7 1 

4 ,000 
ID, 2 SB 



b , ill) 



J, 24 9 



9,498 



1 1 lu 



CiHII.dllli' I ^ 

liiiiiii iii.iki 11^, 
$68,229 



68, 2. '9 



TABLE 

137 



I'.. I I (, 
(;„.,,„.i.,- 



^. J7. VjI 



5, 740 



6,876 
1', 



TABLE 

I ^ J C J Expenditures for Vocational 

I oo 



Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryland I'ublii 
Post Secondary: 1977-78 



Si'hiiiils anil Sl.iii.' I n.. ( i i ill i ■•n:.: 



Local Agency 


Total 


Federal 





l.»c.i 1 and 


Sl.llo 


Amount 


Percent 




Vi.-r»"4.-ii I 


Total State 


$33,191 ,811 


51 , 707, 297 


5 








$11 .-',84,514 


94 . a 


Allegany Community College 


1,157, 263 


77,263 


6 


7 






1 ItLlfl llllll 

1 , UoU , DUU 


i\ \ X 
V J . J 


Anne Arundel Conmunl ty College 


J , J05, oo 7 


144.873 


4 


4 






3 , 1 bO , 994 


O^i A. 
7D . D 


Catonsvllle Community College 


1 '\t\-\ -til 

2,301,731 


133,725 


5 


8 






2 , loo, UUb 


9A . 2 


Cecil Community College 


135,696 


53,202 


39 


- 






«2,A9A 


60.8 


Charles Community College 


2,148,009 


127,916 












.',020,09 j 


9A.0 


Chesapeake Community College 




36 , 356 


3 


3 






1 ,11 J J 


9Ci y 


Community Col lege of Baltimore 




142,590 




-J 








9 / h 


Dundalk Community College 


loo , 9oz 


68,523 


Jb 


J 






1 20 , H 59 


O J . / 


Essex Conununicy College 


2,598.112 


101 , 284 


3 


9 






2. -'.96, 8 28 


96. 1 


Frederick Community College 


228,970 


DO , O J4 


Z J 


7 






171), 136 


74.3 


Garret t Communl ty Col lege 


7 Q 7AA 
/ 7 , / OO 


1 R QfiA 

1 J , yoo 


20 









63 780 


80.0 


Hagers town Communl ty Col lege 




A Q 7 7 7 


3 


5 






1 375 647 


96 . 5 


Harford Community College 


1 Aft 7AA 
1 D O , /HO 


65,132 


JO 









103 614 


61.4 


H rwj^ T*H C omm i ini rw r'/^l loon 


A78 585 


90,684 


1 O 


Q 






38 7,901 


1 . 1 


Montgomery Community College 


7,789,228 


Q A 7 1 


1 


1 






7. /03,357 


98.9 


1 

Prince George s Cooimunity College 


RAT 


144,660 


5 


9 






2 , 301 . 183 


94. 1 


Ui 1 1 3 Till i a C 1 e^n^ 

VLiia juiie Loiiege 


JDO , Zoo 


28.715 


8 


1 






32 7 571 


91.9 


Worcester-Wicomico Technical 


















Community College 


644,444 


156.876 


24 


3 






487.568 


75.7 


University of Maryland: 


















College Park 


111,417 


111.417 


100 













University of Maryland: 


















Baltimore County 


1,503 


1 .503 


100 


.0 










Frostburg State College 


12,110 


12, 110 


100 


.0 











Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs by Part of Act: Maryl.ind I'libli.: Silui.il;, .iiul Sl.iir ln.,llliiii. 

Adult and Mu I t i -Levi- 1 : 197 7-78 



TABLE 

139 



Local Agency 


Total 


Part A 
Disad- 
vantaged 




Part 


B 




I'.irt IJ 

1 .1 1 y 


1' 1 1 1 1 
II.. 1.1. 11.. il-. 11.;; 


Seconda ry 


Adul t 


fk\i la L 


Disad- 
vantaged 


Handi- 
capped 


Total State 


$376,441 


$34,958 


9 i J J , J jU 


9 ID . OZO 


1 7ftft 
9H 1 , /oO 


$7. 1 59 


$1 11.2% 
























138 296 




25,000 


- 












50 848 




26 , 500 




24 . 348 








Gouclier College 


4,752 








4.752 








Division of Correction 


34^958 


34,958 








- 


- 




State Planning 


35,000 




35,000 












Horizon Institute 


3,000 




3,000 












New Directions 


9.951 




9.951 












Ellis Associates 


9,011 




4,871 


4, 140 










Western Maryland Vocational 


















Rehabilitation Center 


90,625 




49.028 


12.688 


12,688 


7, 1 S'J 




'),•>■■ 



I TABLE 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: By Source of Funds: Maryliiml I'ub 1 i i S.I11141I:, .iiul Sl.iU- 1 11, t i niL i oii;; : 

Adult and Multi-Luvel: 1977-78 



Local Agency 


Total 


Federal 


l.DU.l 1 




.aid SliiLu 


Araoun t 


Purcunt 


AlllDUM I 


Purcuii L 


Total State 


$376, A41 


$345,064 




91. 7 


V )l , )// 


8 .'3"^ 


Division of Correction 


34,958 


34,958 


100.0 






Ellis Associates 


9.011 


8.886 


98.6 


1 L'5 


1 .4 


Goucher College 


4,752 






4, 752 


100. (J 


Horizon Institute 


3,000 


3,000 


100.0 






New Directions 


9,951 


9,951 


100.0 






Springfield State Hospital 


50,848 


24,348 


47.9 


2t),500 


52. 1 


State Board for Community Colleges 


138,296 


138,296 


100.0 






State Planning 


35,000 


35,000 


100.0 






Western Maryland Vocational Rehabilitation 












Center 


90,625 


90,625 


100.0 







StatisEicb ol Maiyl.md Publii; Libraricb: iy/7-7a 



TABLE 

141 



income 



1 11 • 
Local Unit 


Grand 


Federal 


Total 






— 










Total 


LSCA 


(State . Local . 


S Cd Lc 


Loci 1* 


L Ll r 


Ahl' >UJI 


I p. . 




I 


and Other) 








Can 




Total State 


$41,075,270 


$785,303 


SAO ■'HI 167 


c Q m A HAM 
y O , U 1 D , UOO 


$ ^ J , 6 34 , *J 1 J 


_- 

$ 2 , 638 , 'J8b 




' 


- 

. 1. / 


Allegany 


356,286 




356 286 


ICQ 1 C 9 


182,8/8 


1 4 , 2 56 




. -.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,581,484 


32,500 


2.548.984 


494,650 


1 .94 3,706 


1 10,568 


/ 


.UJ 


Baltimore City 


7,391,857 


66,420 


7.325,437 


1,65 7.4 70 


5, iyj,a69 


4/4,098 


9 


. .'U 


Baltimore 


9,247,429 


86.054 


9, 161 ,375 


761 463 


7 '( Kt Sit 




14 


. iy 


Calvert 


227,019 




227.019 


22 000 


■»f 1 i 11 1/ 

- U J . J )s 


1 , Oil 


/ 


. jy 


Caroline 


128,814 




128.814 


47 ,423 


/b (joo 


i t > J \ 




. /I) 


Carroll 


436,507 


7.454 


429.053 


116,614 


291.4 1') 


2 1 .OJ/, 


4 




Cecil 


252,693 


160 


252.533 


115,404 


124,2 50 


1 '.H/y 






Charles 


312,726 




312. 726 


96 , 354 


2 U 5 5 '> 5 


If) 111 






Dorchester 


212,588 


20,419 


192 . 169 


59 930 




1 . (J8y 


r -« ; . 


Frederick 


395,915 


4,056 


391 . 859 


146 843 


'MO Kil 7 






. I'l 


Garrett 


111,318 




111.318 


43,795 


:)'),()'j4 


1 1 ,829 




. 15 

1 / 


Harford 


911,637 


11.500 


900, 137 


237,148 


600,000 


b2,y8y 


u 


Howard 


947,980 


1 7 .094 


7 , U O U 




/ 8 5 , 882 


o2 . 284 


8 


. 1 1 


Kent 


85,372 


23,000 


62 372 


Z U , V H 


39,8^ 9 


1 .577 


3 


.71 


Montgomery 


5,579,377 


20,623 


5,558,754 


379,264 


4,949,566 


229.924 


9 


.52 


Prince George's 


7.444,679 


33.295 


7,411 ,384 


1 ,002.049 


6,312,556 


9b, 7 79 


10 


y5 


Queen Anne's 


113 626 






21 ,651 


76 ,045 


1 5 , 930 


5 


oy 


St. Mary's 


276,474 




.) 7 A LI L 


98,285 


173,189 


5 , 000 


5 


l6 


Somerset 


93, ] 63 


15,963 


7 7 '>nn 

lit *-UU 


HO , OU J 


28 , 595 




3 




Talbot 


140,579 




1 AO, 579 


16 , 448 


101 010 


..'1,121 


5 


35 


Washington 


621,264 


20,150 


60] ,UA 


226,381 


328.000 


■', 1. . 7 ) J 


5 


46 


Wicomico 


327,769 




327,769 


90,313 


21 2.397 


25.059 


5 


38 


Worcester 


193,006 


1 ,500 


191 ,506 


22,160 


154,951 


14,395 


ij 


80 


State Library Network 


















Eastern Shore Regional 


375.224 


155,560 


219.664 


219,664 










Maryland Materials 


192,347 


32.000 


160.347 






160. 3;? 






Southern Maryland Regional 


243,236 


91.525 


151,711 


103.819 


47.892 








Western Maryland Regional 


297,901 


146.030 


151,871 


148.517 




3.35-, 






St.iLi; Library Resource Cunterb 


1.577,000 




1.577,000 


1,577,000 











Sl.iI j si ii:. Ill Miiyl.iutJ I'ulilli I.iLii.iili 



l'J//-/H 









Expenditures / 






Local Unic 












SL.iLe Aid 




Total 


Sa la r le s 


Materials 


Contract 


Other 


1 iir C>ip i L.i 1 










iiervices 




'-■1" " -' • 


Total StaUc 


$40.53A.573 


$26,487,350 


<;A 7'^ft 99Q 


•s 1 QUA 1 in 
V I , 770 .1/0 


55.312,817 


J,(!90 




356 286 


199 717 


7n m i\ 


A 1 I n>< 

H i . 1 UO 


45 426 


39 7MB 


Anne Arundel 


t. t JHO ) 70 J 


1 Ann A 1 A 


434.999 


141 .297 


1 7 2 , 7 i 


59 54 1 


BdltLiQore Ci-Cy 


Q ftC\C\ fill 




1,266.127 




2 1 98 520 


414 35a 


Balcijnore 


8,310,617 


5,061,094 


1 JIQA "^0"^ 
1 . ?4 . JU J 


ftOA QQi% 
oUh . 77 J 


550.225 


153,397 


Calvert 


228.058 


118,224 




■)Q 717 


31 .470 


- 


C3 ro J. xne 


9 1 A rift 9 


65 808 


ATA 


i9 J'^O 


101 316 






AAA i^nQ 


9 29 40'' 


91,873 


58.201 


65 033 


1 7 , /o5 


Cec il 


256 417 


153 766 


38,316 


19.886 


44 449 




Charles 


311.*976 


185.642 


52 510 


39 881 


J J, 94 J 


- 


• Dorchester 


188.138 


114.815 


36 , 285 


1 8 ,895 


18.142 




Frede r ic k. 


413,073 


275.806 


83,905 


14 , 720 


38,542 




G3 r re 1 1 


111 549 


55 708 


22.716 


19,010 


14 , 1 1 5 




Har f ord 


916 , 248 


488 .811 


210,181 


114,570 


102,586 




Howard 


937,276 


504.351 


214.306 


100,562 


1 18,057 


- 


Kent 


61,625 


37.201 


9.854 


6,872 


7 , 698 


3,071 


MoiiCgoniery 


5,876,948 


4 , 514 ,486 


826.015 


1,211 


535,235 


94 , a I >. 


Pr ince George ' s 


7 311 925 


5.102 489 


914,220 


4ja,Mui 


856 .4 1 5 


156,51 1 


Queen Anne's 


97,514 


59! 768 


10,660 


7 , 966 


19. 120 




Sc. Mary's 


258.495 


160.719 


44 556 


1 5 l95 


37.925 


24,571 


Somcrse c 


81 571 


43 833 


91; QIQ 


3 033 


8, 756 




Talbot 


1 A 1 ft A i\ 


QA ftQ9 


22 234 


4 205 


20, 534 


4, 11 J 


IJ-i cK 1 no r/»n 




ju 3 . OU X 


93.150 


27!507 


102 ,329 




Wic oni ic o 


n n 171 


?nft no? 


57.489 


19,507 


25. 168 


15,750 


Worcester 


182.296 


10a. 970 


27.465 


27,904 


17.957 




State Library Network 














Eastern Shore Regional 


255.511 


96.930 


111,630 


4.531 


42,320 




Maryland Materials 


184,849 


127.377 


3,555 


21.917 


31 .990 




Southern Maryland Regional 


195,394 


104.270 


54,982 


259 


35.873 




Western Maryland Regional 


149,863 


73.057 


36,537 


2.77a 


37.491 




State Library Resource Center*' 










1 


1 



Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1977-78 





Number 


Circulation 


1978 




Local Unit 


of 


of 


Estimated 


KOOTNOTES : 




Volumes 


Mater ials 


Population 




Total State 


8.468,944 


27.679,611 


4.166.800 


*lncludus Ktvuiiui-- Sh.ii iiig. 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


136 , 343 
625 . 213 

o o o £ "inn 
I, lib, jU9 

1.214.767 

30.910 


547 , 992 

2,62/, 560 

2 , 3 1 5 , H !^ 3 
7,558.042 
134,608 


81 . 000 

O £ O O n A 

Joi . JUL) 
796 , J(JO 
645.800 
29,900 


/Excludes Icdcial iiKiumc. 

/Includes expend ilurc;. lor 1 edera 1 grants. 
^Population est 1 uui L i-^) luepared by Maryland Stale 

Departmeiil at lleallli aiul MeiUal llygleiiu, Ctnler 

for Health Sia t i.i t i i . 
''State Libiaiy Kc. i, . t^iil.r • |). ml i 1 u ii :. iii 


Carol ine 


Jo . JOO 


D 7 un 1 


7 9 Ann 


included In 11a i L 1 Jii< . i i (. U y lalmlal Ion. 


Carroll 


1 1 [L f\(i/. 

1 i . VOh 




Q o c;nn 




Cec il 


83 868 


1 QA ftHft 
i 74 » OO D 


J J 1 JUU 




Charles 


79.961 


304,083 


65, 700 




Dorchester 


57,926 


121,115 


30,400 




Frederick 


124,200 


353,085 


103 , 500 


if 


Gar re 1 1 


5 1 649 


158 477 


25 600 




Harford 


239,491 


1 ,020.634 


145 , 900 




Howard 


196.784 


825,173 


114,600 




Kent 


25.577 


63,849 


16,800 




i ivj 11 c g utile L y 




J 1 J JO ) / 34 


584 100 




prince G60irg6 * s 
Queen Anne's 




T AAA 1 A 1 


£ 7 7 1 (\r\ 
o / / , 1 uu 




49,069 


96,076 


22,300 




St. Mary's 


66,336 


265,630 


53.600 




Somerse t 


4, 938 


56 , 929 


20 , 1 00 




iai.DOt 


by . 00 1 


154,535 


26 , 300 




Wa shington 


Q Q "3 T 


oUl , JDl 


1. i u , 1 uu 




Wic omlco 


04 , UZo 


Q Q 1 ti Q 

zoy , 1 00 


£-.r\ unn 
du , yuu 




Worcester 


65,309 


194.532 


27.900 




State Library Network 










Eastern Shore Regional 


37,221 


23.973 






Maryland Materials 


n/a 


n/a 






Southern Maryland Regional 


1,351 


7.536 






Western Maryland Regional 


28,887 


25.482 






State Library Resource Center^ 











TABLE 

142 



Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Servicub Rendered: St.ite ol M-iiyl iiiJ: ly/Z-ZH 



Type of Service 


Number of Clients 


A vu r.i C u t) L 


Total 


*J0.329 




$ 454 


Diagnostic and Evaluation 


12,945 


149 


Restoration (Phys:^cal and Mental) 


- 


427 


Surgery and Treatment 


2,089 


328 


Prosthetic and Orthotic Appliances 


2.039 


300 


Hospital and Convalescent Care 


234 


2.427 


Other Restoration 


- 


- 






648 


College or University 


1,960 


333 




28 


117 


Business School or College 


108 


313 




1, 191 


2,454 


On- the- Job 


56 


362 




449 


404 


Miscellaneous 


2,475 


99 


Maintenance 


1.826 


512 


Services to Family Members 


54 


241 


Post Employment Services 


284 


99 


Other Services 


2,88 7 


139 


Maryland Rehabilitation Center 


1,480 





Tul.il 
lixpi lid 1 1 uri 



5,^9. 210,(j9 J 

1 ,9.'H,My:' 

1 .(U,4,9I6 
685,413 
61 1 .49) 
■j(;H,l)10 

4,059.712 
652.455 
3,275 
3i,79J 
2,922,863 
20.275 
181 , J9 I 
24 5, /ao 

935,772 

12,990 

28, 1! 9 

400,2/2 

4.275,851 



*Clients receiving more than one service are included only once in grand total. 
/Does not include client service costs at the Maryland Rehabilitation Center. 
/Average not comparable to above. 



STATE OF MARYlATsD 




Annual feport 

Depcrtmentof Edxatbn 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Yea: Ending JUNE 30 1979 

'he State 



STATE OF MARYIAND 








Annual feport 

Department of Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Eriding JUNE 30,1979 
showing condition of the Public Schools of Maryland by the State Board of Education 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Maryland State Board of Education 



Joanne T. Goldsmith 

President 



District Heights 



Lawrence A. Miller 
Vice President 



Baltimore County 



G. George Asaki 

May B. Bolt 

Mary Elizabeth Ellis 

Vema M. Fletcher 

Rosetta G. Kerr 

Albertine T. Lancaster 

Frederick K. Schoenbrodt 



Pasadena 

Frostburg 

Salisbury 

Silver Spring 

Baltimore 

California 

Ellicott City 



David W. Hornbeck 

Secretary-Treasurer of the Board 
State Superintendent of Schools 



Joseph L. Shilling 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 



NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1979. The 
members of the Maryland State Board of Education and the Maryland State Department of 
Education listed above are those who are in office at the time of the formal publication 
of this report. 



STATE OF MARYIAND 



ALLEGANY 



WASHINGTON 



GARREH 



CARROLL 



FREDERICK 



HOWARD 



MONTGOMERY 



'PRINCE 
GEORGES 



CHARLES 



Statement of Nondiscrimination 

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. For inquiries related to Depart- 
mental policy, contact the Office of Equal Opportunity, 




MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



200 WEST BALTIMORE STREET 
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 21201 

13011 659 - 2 2 00 



THE HONORABLE HARRY HUGHES 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Hughes: 

I have the honor to submit the 113th Annual Report 
covering the operations of the Maryland State Department of 
Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1979. 

The report contains detailed statistical data, both 
operational and financial, for all school systems in the State. 
We hope it will be useful both as a historical record and as 
an informational guide to legislators, school board members, 
and the interested public. 



iRespectfully submitted. 




Secretary-Treasurer 
State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



DWH/llb 



Al-Hli\1l\(; KQI AI. orroKTlMTY l.\ I'RISCII'I.K \M> PLWCTIt h: 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



B KGROUND DATA . TABLE 

ctual Days Schcols Were Open: Openiiig and Closing Dates: ^bryland Public Schools: 1978-79 1 

all Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, NuiriDer of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1978-79 2 

unber of Maryland Public Schools: Septentoer 30, 1978 3 

P IL DATA 

all Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: ^faryland Public Schools: Fall 1968 to Fall 1978 4 

rekindergaten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall 1968 to Fall 1978 5 

indergarten Enrollmsnt: hferyland Public Schools: Fall 1968 to Fall 1978 6 

ill Enrollment by Grade and Organization: ^feryland Public Schools: 1968-1978 7 

jblic and Ncxipublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 8 

irollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1978 9 

■"xjllmsnt in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1978 10 

xipublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 11 

itholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 12 

jnpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 13 

mpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 14 

itholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 15 

' mpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 16 

inner School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1978 17 

unner School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: (dryland Public Schools: 1978 18 

ipil Withdrawals by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 19 

ipil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1978-79 20 



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Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1978-79 

Nonpromotions by Number and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1979 

Nonpromotions in First Grade by Number and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1979 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1968-69 - 1978-79 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: ^faryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1978 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1978 

STAFF DATA 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 

Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Nbryland Public Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 

Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 

Staff Employed in All F\;nctions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Staff Enployed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: t^yland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Enployed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Nferyland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Staff Enployed in Noninstructional Function: Nferyland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: I^yland Public Schools: September 1978 

Total Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 



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TABLE 

ital Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: tferyland Public Schools: September 1978 41 

ital Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Preparation: ^faryland Public Schools: September 1978 42 

ital New Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 43 

ital New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Preparation: bfaryland Public Schools: September 1978 44 

ital New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: Nkryland Public Schools: September 1978 45 

tal New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 46 

tal Professional Staff at School Level: By Year of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 47 

tal Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 48 

tal Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 49 

tal Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Years of Experience: Nbryland Public Schools: September 1978 50 

tal New Professional Staff at School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 51 

tal New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Nbryland Public Schools: September 1978 52 

tal New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: ^feryland Public Schools: September 1978 53 

tal New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: Septenfcer 1978 5^4 

tal Professional Staff at School Level: By Type of Certificate: Nbryland Public Schools: September 1978 55 

tal Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Nfaryland Public Schools: September 1978 56 

^tal Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Nferyland Public Schools: September 1978 57 

'tal Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 58 

"ital New Professional Staff at School Level: By Type of Certificate: >feryland Public Schools: September 1978 59 

'tal New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 60 



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Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Combined School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1978 

Separations by Organization: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Separations: Professional Staff at School Level: Nbryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at Combined and Middle School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at School Level: By Organization: bferyland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professicml Staff at Secondary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at Middle/Combined School Level: By Source: l^yland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at School Level by Area From Which They Came: bfaryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professiaial Staff at Elementary School Level by Area From Which They Came: Nbryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

New Professional Staff at Middle/Combined School Level by Area From Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1977 to September 30, 1978 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1978 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1978 



LIABLE OF CXDNTENTS 
TABLE 

r of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1968-69 - 1978-79 8l 

AD .T PROGRAM DATA 

gh School Equivalence: State of hferyland: 1968-69 - 1978-79 82 

ult Education Prograne Administered by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1978-79 83 

cational Adult and Apprentice Education Enrollment: State of hferyland: 1978-79 8^4 

cational-Technical Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: 1978-79 85 

/O TIONAL REHABILITATION DATA 

cational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1978-79 86 

aracteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1978-79 87 

ture and Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: State of Maryland: 1978-79 88 

Imber of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1978-79 89 

■II NCIAL DATA 

IJJANCIAL STATEMENT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1978-79 90 

iatement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education Aid to Education: 1978-79 91 

1^1 Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 92 

1/enue from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Construction and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and 

Social Security Paid Direct by State) 93 

1/enue from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 9'^ 

I^enue from All Sources for Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 95 

f'enue from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 96 

F'enue from All Sources for Debt Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 97 



TABLE CF CONTENTS 

TABU 

Revenue from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1978-79 98 

Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 99! 't 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 100* 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 101 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 102 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Maintenance of Plant: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 103 

Disbursements for Administration and Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 101 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 105 

Disbursements for Food Sevices and Student Body Activities: ^feryland Public Schools: 1978-79 106 

Disbursements for Comnunity Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 107 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 lOf 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 10? i 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1978-79 (Including Pupil Transportation) IK 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1978-79 (Excluding Pupil Transportation) 11i 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 (Including Cost of Transportation) 1i;i 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 11| 

Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: All Current Expenses: Nfaryland Public Day Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 11r 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek.-12: hfaryland Public Schools: 1978-79 11j 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek.-12: Nfaryland Public Schools: 1978-79 ^^-N'jp 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1976-77 - 1978-79 11) t^;.^ 



'ft: 



TABLE OF CXDWTEhTO 

TABLE 

5t per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek,-12: Nkryland Public Schools: 1976-77 - 1978-79 118 

St per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1976-77 - 1978-79 119 

ic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1978-79 120 

Brage Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek.-12: hbryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1978-79 121 

erage Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 122 

St of School Transportation and Number of Pupils Transported: State of Maryland: 1978-79 123 

of Transportation Vehicles and Miles Travelled: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 124 

litures for Capital Outlay by Object: ^feryland Public Schools: 1978-79 125 

lue of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1978-79 126 

itistics About Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness: June 30, 1979 127 

jssed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1969-70 - 1978-79 128 

78-79 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 129 

Bssed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1978-79 130 

ry of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 131 

litures for School Food Service Programs: Nbryland Public Schools: 1978-79 132 

lis Served in School Food Services Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 133 

Ipenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79: Secondary Programs for Regular Students by Part of Act 134 

benditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Nbryland Public Schools: 1978-79: Secondary Programs for Disadvantaged Students by Part of Act 135 

benditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Nfaryland Public Schools: 1978-79: Secondary Programs for Handicapped Students by Part of Act 136 

Ipenditures far Vocational-Technical Education Programs: hferyland Public Schools: 1978-79: Adult Programs by Part of Act 137 



i 



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Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Prograns: Nbryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Nbryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered 
MARYLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY DATA 



Post Secondary Programs by Part of Act 

Milti-Level Programs for Regular Students by Part of Act 

Milti-Level Programs for Handicapped Students by Part of Act 

Milti-Level Programs for Disadvantaged Students by Part of Act... 1 

Secondary Programs by Source of Funds 1 

Post Secondary Programs by Source of Funds 1 

Adult Programs by Source of Funds 1 

Mjlti-Level Programs by Source of Funds 1 

State of Maryland: 1978-79 1 



Maryland Public Libraries: Personnel: 1978-79 1' 

Maryland Public Libraries: Financial Statistics: 1978-79 1 

Maryland Public Libraries: Materials and Circulation: 1978-79 





BACKGROUND DATA: 

1978-1979 




Annual Report 



TABLE 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 | 



Local Unit 


Actual 
Number 
Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Open ing 
Dates 
September 
1978 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1979 


Local Unit 


Actual 
Number 

Days 
Schools 
Were Open 


Opening 
Dates 
September 
1978 


Closing 
Dates 
June 
1979 


Allegany 


180 


5 


15 


Harford 


179 


6 


20 


Anne Arundel 


179 


5 


21 


Howard 


180 


6 


19 


Baltimore City 


179 


6 


22 


Kent 


180 


5 


15 


Baltimore 


177 


6 


15 










Calvert 


180 


31 (Aug.) 


22 


Montgomery 


180 


5 


oo 
LL 










Prince George's 


179 


5 


22 


Caroline 


179 


5 


15 


Queen Anne's 


180 


5 


22 


Carroll 


180 


5 


20 


St. Mary's 


180 


5 


19 


Cecil 


180 


5 


19 


Somerset 


180 


5 


15 


Charles 


180 


5 


20 










Dorchester 


180 


5 


15 


Talbot 


180 


5 


15 










Washington 


180 


5 


14 


Frederick. 


180 


5 


21 


Wicomico 


180 


5 


20 


Garrett 


180 


31 (Aug.) 


20 


Worcester 


180 


5 


12 



TABLE 

2 



Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1978-79 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elemen tary 


Secondary 




ENROLLMENT 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


938.890 
809,933 
126,172 
192 
2,593 


492,075 
402,609 
88,603 
192 
671 


446,815 
407,324 
37,569 

1.922 




TEACHING STAFF 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


56,563 
48,303 
7,795 
14 
451 


/ 

22,670 
/ 
14 
/ 


/ 

25,633 
/ 

/ 


< 


NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus School at State College 
State Institution 


*2,073 
*1,335 
*713 
1 

*24 


1,666 
1,006 
643 
1 
16 


671 
476 
173 

22 





*Excludes duplicates. 

/Breakdown by organization not available. 



TABLE • 

Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1978 



.ocal Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Only* 


Secondary Only 


Conbined 


Total 


Junior 

(Grades 7-9) 


Jr. -Sr. 

(Grades 7-12) 


Senior 
(Grades 9-12) 


Vocational- 
technical 


Total 


Middle 


Otner 


L State 


1,335 


859 


329 


127 


29 


148 


25 


147 


88 


59 


illegany 


30 


19 


8 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 




3 


uine Arundel 


110 


74 


23 


8 


2 


11 


2 


13 


9 


4 


Jaltimore City 


199 


128 


55 


22 


9 


22 


2 


16 


5 


11 


Baltimore 


165 


111 


45 


20 


5 


17 


3 


9 


5 


4 


)alvert 


Ll* 


7 


3 


— 


— 


2 


1 


4 


2 


2 


aroliae 


9 


4 


4 


2 




2 




1 




1 


arroix 


29 


16 


5 




- 


4 


1 


8 


7 


1 


ecil 


27 


16 


6 


— 


2 


3 


1 


5 


4 


1 


harles 


29 


17 


5 


— 




4 


1 


7 


6 


1 


orchester 


1 c 

Ij 


7 


3 






2 


1 


5 


3 


2 


1. 

I'rederick. 


38 


22 


11 


2 


3 


4 


2 


5 


3 


2 


arrett 


1/ 




2 






2 


- 


3 


2 


1 


arf ord 


41 


26 


8 


1 


— 


6 


1 


7 


5 


2 


oward 


47 


26 


9 




— 


8 


1 


12 


11 


1 


ent 


8 


4 


1 






1 




3 


2 


1 


ontgomery 


loo 


127 


49 


26 


2 


21 




10 


4 


6 


rince George's 


226 


156 


63 


42 




19 


2 


7 




7 


iieen Anne' s 


9 


5 


1 






1 




3 


3 




t. Mary's 


26 


18 


4 






3 


1 


4 


4 




oaerset 


14 


6 


3 




2 




1 


5 


2 


3 


lalbct 


11 


6 


3 






2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


ashington 


46 


30 


7 






6 


1 


9 


7 


2 


iicomico 


24 


15 


7 


2 


1 


3 


1 


2 




2 


iarcester 


15 


7 


4 






3 


1 


4 


3 


1 



ides one, one-teacher school in Somerset. 



I 



PUPIL DATA 





Annual Report 



I 




TABLE " 

Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall 1968 to Fall 1978 M 



Local Unit 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1 Q7 "i 
J- 7 / J 


X 7 / 


1 Q"77 


1978 


al State 


860, 60A 


891,981 


913,196 


922,051 


920,896 


911.097 


894,314 


880,900 


860,879 


836.807 


809,933 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


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 


15,638 
77,049 
159,038 
118,844 
7,236 


15.153 
75.653 
152.153 
113,302 
7,406 


14,644 
74,031 
145,503 
107.702 
7.722 


Caroline 
Carroll 
Cecil 
Charles 
1 Dorchester 


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 


5,154 
19,829 
13,310 
17,357 

6,032 


5,061 
20,202 
13,333 
17,732 

5,791 


4,869 
20,318 
13,282 
17,868 

5,503 


Frederick 
Garrett 

. Harford 

[Howard 
Kent 


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 


22,447 
5,780 
33,847 
24,035 
3,600 


22,958 
5,844 
33,955 
24,657 
3,444 


23,483 
5,761 
33,589 
25,440 
3,314 


23,658 
5,584 
33,096 
25,606 
3,204 


Jlontgomery 

Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
[Somerset 


121,936 
147 233 
4)631 
9,830 
4,476 


125,456 

4,753 
10,576 
4,748 


125,802 

XDU , 7UU 

4,780 
11,206 
4,674 


126,679 

4,771 
11.856 
4,629 


126,912 

10 X , yOj 
4,717 
11,792 
4,508 


126,177 

1 AQf^ 
X J** ] ^yO 

4,651 
12,027 
4,421 


124,324 

X j± , ZXu 

4,643 
12,079 
4,420 


122,272 

XhO 9 DDO 

4,756 
11,990 
4,343 


117,630 

lA/. 7/. "7 

4,884 
12,159 
4,286 


112,625 

4,925 
12,311 
4,127 


107,430 
133, 953 

4,809 
12,560 

3,985 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


4.531 
23.470 
14.082 

6,855 


4,614 
23,873 
14,487 

6,897 


4,957 
23,890 
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 


4.500 
22.814 
13.313 

6.201 


4,465 
22,386 
13,133 

5,983 


4,270 
21,759 
12,762 

5,815 



.1 



TABLE 




Preklndergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall 1968 to Fall 1978 



Local Unit 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


Total State 


1.8A1 


1,749 


2,145 


2,260 


2,310 


2,824 


3,808 


4,620 


4,130 


3.955 


4,626 


Allegany 


30 


28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


26 


17 


50 


21 


10 


83 


105 


106 


18 








842 


854 


1 150 


1 167 


1 129 


1 295 


1,899 


2,379 


2, 281 


2,485 


2,583 


Baltimore 


13 


30 


7 








54 


'l58 


18 


37 


128 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120 


117 


114 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 


51 


57 


— 


Con -1 1 
























Charles 


- 


- 


- 


67 


99 


120 


120 


50 


48 


49 


61 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


- 


- 


3 


14 


- 


- 


1 


- 


16 


- 


3 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 












no L 1. t-l L u 














112 


128 


107 






Howard 


66 


105 


- 


- 


- 


- 




28 




- 


- 


Kent 


111 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


487 


481 


458 


473 


602 


688 


709 


834 


792 


615 


622 


Prince George's 


227 


213 


257 


233 


190 


194 


186 


222 


214 


177 


340 


Queen Anne ' s 
























St. Mary's 


30 






20 


40 


86 


80 


85 


86 


20 


196 


Somerset 














63 


73 


60 


62 


99 


Talbot 
























Washington 


9 


21 


157 


189 


165 


240 


236 


273 


325 


345 


472 


Wicomico 






63 


76 


75 


118 


123 


118 




108 


122 


Worcester 

























TABLE 



Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall 1968 to Fall 1978 




Local Unit 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


Total State 


51,419 


58,437 


61,781 


62,022 


60.180 


58,871 


58,479 


58,595 


54,738 


47,922 


43,418 


Allegany 




45 


1 , 140 


1,176 


1.065 


1,082 


1,076 


1,113 


1,091 


948 


834 


Anne Arundel 


1,935 


3,837 


5.023 


4,960 


4.987 


5,085 


5,223 


5,329 


5.168 


4,559 


4,269 


Baltimore City 


14 , 946 


15,128 


13,934 


13,201 


12,436 


11 ,423 


10.833 


10,515 


9. 782 


8,453 


7,766 


Baltimore 


4,370 


7,162 


9,113 


8,799 


8,127 


7,799 


7.785 


7,448 


6.990 


6,077 


5,321 


Calvert 


252 


313 


338 


398 


417 


418 


422 


451 


486 


475 


434 


Caroline 


369 


369 


359 


352 


307 


328 


342 


360 


349 


295 


274 


Carroll 


- 


- 


1.088 


1,136 


1,239 


1.291 


1.244 


1,409 


1.441 


1,276 


1,182 


Cecil 












913 


962 


1.003 


895 


861 


822 


Charles 




I 


I 


433 


1,019 


1,054 


1,122 


1.159 


1.118 


1,032 


927 


Dorchester 


_ 


369 


354 


366 


329 


385 


326 


366 


384 


310 


250 


Frederick 


_ 


_ 


257 


1,319 


1,382 


1,491 


1,513 


1,708 


1.671 


1,631 


1,476 


Garrett 


128 


244 


337 


370 


362 


414 


404 


457 


450 


398 


352 


Harford 


2,307 


2,436 


2,350 


2, 288 


2 , 265 


2 ,271 


2 . 286 


2 ,441 


2 , 299 


t ,U0 J 


1 Q1 Q 


Howard 


1,180 


1,334 


1.328 


1,387 


1.486 


1,576 


1.670 


1,730 


1,629 


1,563 


1,400 


Kent 


_ 


291 


260 


264 


232 


229 


219 


223 


212 


200 


193 


Montgomery 


9,656 


9,686 


8.811 


8.588 


8.406 


8,295 


8,502 


8,167 


7,198 


6,182 


5,395 


Prince George's 








IZ , UD J 


1-1- . ^ 


in 'y^f-. 


5 . ODD 


10 042 


8,956 


7,385 


6,706 


Queen Anne ' s 


375 


348 


314 


281 


258 


274 


309 


285 


330 


278 


250 


St. Mary's 


512 


532 


555 


947 


877 


897 


984 


956 


968 


859 


856 


Somerset 




284 


306 


ni 


281 


244 


275 


300 


283 


273 


233 


Talbot 






323 


323 


275 


295 


296 


319 


249 


250 


220 


Washington- 


1,806 


1,805 


1,661 


1.680 


1.638 


1,534 


1.584 


1,562 


1,548 


1,409 


1,307 


Wicomico 


943 


1,070 


966 


994 


874 


902 


838 


868 


882 


827 


723 


Worcester 


513 


491 


472 


425 


424 


415 


398 


384 


359 


316 


309 



TABLE 



Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1968-1978 







Grade 


Ungraded 




GRAND 


Kinder- 
























12/ 






FALL OF 


TOTAL 


garten* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Special 


Other 


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 


37,02- 


1969 


o91 , 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 


47,01 


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 


53,50: 


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 


63,15' 


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 


69,20 


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 


67,07 


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 


64,05 


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 


55,25 


1976 


860,879 


58,868 


53,562 


51,011 


50,428 


52,554 


54,732 


58,686 


73,950 


72,467 


71,583 


72,054 


64,082 


57,202 


19,491 


50,20 


1977 


836,807 


51,877 


51,903 


52,288 


51,265 


51,710 


53,223 


55,980 


68,854 


72,182 


71,980 


72,111 


64,196 


57,788 


18,823 


42,62 


1978 


809,933 


48,044 


46,850 


50,420 


52,087 


51,633 


51,872 


54,075 


65,663 


67,325 


72,243 


72,822 


63,624 


57,901 


19,347 


36,02 


TOTAL ELEMENTARY 


1968 


499,295 


53,260 


68,219 


66,370 


64,551 


66,082 


65,131 


63,372 


122 












15,248 


36,94 


1969 


514,665 


60,186 


68,175 


64,469 


64,827 


65,613 


64,702 


63,592 


80 












16,080 


46,94 


1970 


522,173 


63,926 


66,846 


64,190 


63,155 


66,096 


64,957 


63,798 


50 












15,757 


53,39 


1971 


519,135 


64,282 


63,506 


62.135 


61,350 


62,719 


64,836 


63,113 


42 












15,008 


62,14 


1972 


507,973 


62,490 


57,437 


57,820 


60,739 


61,880 


61,973 


63,414 


37 












13,858 


68,32 


1973 


491,558 


61,695 


54,081 


54,472 


56,651 


61,941 


61,760 


61,623 


44 












12,776 


66,5] 


1974 


474,552 


62,287 


51,575 


51,333 


53,067 


57,845 


61,461 


61,708 


34 












11,275 


63,96 


1975 


459,731 


63,215 


52,765 


50,792 


51,768 


54,892 


58,100 


62,397 


34 












10,645 


55, i: 


1976 


440,956 


58,868 


53,562 


51,011 


50,428 


52,554 


54,732 


58,686 


39 












11,026 


50, Of 


1977 


421,466 


51,877 


51,903 


52,288 


51,265 


51,710 


53,223 


55,980 


35 












10,680 


42, 5C 


1978 


402,609 


48,044 


46,850 


50,420 


52,087 


51,633 


51,872 


54,075 


32 












11,631 


35, 9( 


TOTAL SECONDARY 




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 


n! 


1971 


402,916 
















72,559 


70,234 


70,460 


66,324 


58,732 


52,361 


11,231 


1,0 


1972 


412,923 
















74,099 


71,570 


72,040 


69,357 


60,645 


53,340 


10,996 


8 


1973 


419,539 
















75,564 


73,106 


72,350 


70,819 


61,940 


54,498 


10,700 


5'- 


1974 


419,762 
















73,202 


73,822 


73,375 


70,731 


62,935 


55,786 


9,822 




1975 


421,169 
















74,982 


71,799 


73,758 


72,181 


62,883 


57,565 


7,867 


li 


1976 


419,923 
















73,911 


72,467 


71,583 


72,054 


64,082 


57,202 


8,465 




1977 


415,341 
















68,819 


72,182 


71,980 


72,111 


64,196 


57,788 


8,143 


1 


1978 


407,324 
















65,631 


67,325 


72,243 


72,822 


63,624 


57,901 


7,716 





Includes enrollment in prekindergarten classes. 



/Includes postgraduates. 



i 



Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



TABLE 

8 



— 


Local Unit 










Elementary Enrollaen 


; by Grade 












Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen— 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder— 
Garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungrs 


ided 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 




otal State* 


938,890 


492,075 


19,985 


49,814 


12,980 


40,022 


54,646 


58,649 


60,548 


60,058 


60,212 


62,816 


6.192 


6,153 


e, 


otal Local Units 


936,105 


491,212 


19, 931 


49,789 


12,560 


39,796 


54,622 


58,624 


60,525 


60 035 


60,189 


62,797 


6.192 


6,152 


a, 


Allegany 


16,693 


8,475 


236 


887 


145 


88 


1,111 


1,132 


1,203 


1.136 


1,141 


1,153 


118 


125 


c, 


Anne Arundel 


82,166 


42, 778 


1 ,415 


4,694 


1,043 


3, 324 


4,892 


5 , 288 


5 , 327 


5,220 


5,282 


5,681 


309 


303 


K 

s 


Baltimore City 


171,488 


90,289 


3,770 


8,778 


3,603 


10,369 


10,089 


10,316 


10,164 


10,151 


10,208 


10.598 


1,113 


1,130 




Baltimore 


132,753 


67,985 


3,107 


6,587 


2,085 


18,636 


5,094- 


5,453 


5,768 


5,988 


6,100 


6,437 


1.320 


1,410 




Calvert 


8,361 


4,426 


58 


459 


248 


_ 


582 


606 


592 


592 


575 


689 


15 


10 


i 


Caroline 


5,045 


2,438 




284 


53 


- 


299 


360 


398 


349 


337 


358 








Carroll 


20,919 


11,081 


65 


1,238 


210 




1,391 


1,623 


1,651 


1;556 


1,634 


1,636 


39 


38 




Cecil 


14,969 


8,217 


124 


909 


185 




1,095 


1,122 


1,162 


1,167 


1,169 


1.120 


82 


82 




Charles 


19,222 


10,438 


133 


951 


429 


- 


1,316 


1,412 


1,458 


1,516 


1,365 


1.585 


152 


121 




Dorchester 


5,945 


3,144 


41 


335 


37 


- 


441 


458 


474 


416 


458 


453 


22 


9 




Frederick 


25,479 


13,874 


349 


1,562 


173 


3 


1,862 


1,931 


2,073 


1,911 


1,919 


1,878 


99 


114 




Garrett 


5,759 


3,244 


40 


362 


31 




4'»l) 


't/i 




466 


459 


426 


32 




1 


Harford 


36,080 


18,720 


514 


2,080 


360 


24 


2.408 


2,639 


2.745 


2,619 


2,526 


2,698 


53 


54 


i 


- Howard 


28,801 


16,051 


1,281 


1,576 


208 


395 


1,781 


1,966 


2.149 


2.103 


2.162 


2.103 


172 


155 


s 


Kent 


3, 370 


1,684 




202 


61 


_ 


241 


227 


218 


234 


220 


240 


21 


20 


1 

If 

V 


Montgomery 


131,817 


69,599 


5,064 


6, 716 


1 J /UJ- 






7 fiSQ 
/ , vjy 


R 1 97 


8.461 


8,267 


8.583 


1,190 


1,132 


S 


Prince George's 


154,282 


80,372 


2,386 


7,958 


1,307 


271 


9,678 


10,913 


11,465 


11.189 


11.295 


11,645 


1,126 


1.139 




I Queen Anne ' s 


4,996 


2,415 


38 


250 


23 


385 


248 


264 


240 


248 


343 


376 








St. Mary's 


14,926 


8,325 


286 


908 


291 


2 


1,066 


1,090 


1,073 


1.079 


1,019 


1,133 


182 


196 




Somerset 


4,053 


2,136 


104 


239 


37 


17 


292 


286 


305 


274 


270 


306 


4 


2 




1 Talbot 


5,203 


2,579 


47 


262 


47 


523 


360 


199 


224 


249 


218 


374 


40 


36 




t Washington 


24,148 


12,647 


550 


1,419 


175 


26 


1,599 


1,757 


1.768 


1,702 


1,713 


1,825 


63 


50 




j Wicomico 


13,464 


7,375 


323 


792 


61 




998 


1,049 


1,036 


969 


1,072 


1.014 


39 


22 




) Worcester 


6,166 


2,920 




341 


47 


2 


347 


403 


412 


440 


437 


486 


1 


4 



otal State includes enrollments in the campus school at Towson State University and in education programs in Maryland State institutions which are not 
reflected in local units. Enrollment at the institutions are given in a table which follows; the campus school has grade enrollments as follows: Prek, 
24; K, 25; 1. 24; 2. 25; 3, 20; 4, 23; 5, 21; 6, 19; elem. spec. 11; total, 192. (continued) 



TABLE 




Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



Local Unit 






Secondary 


Enrollment by Grade 










Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State* 


446,815 


9,613 


1,807 


68,685 


70,408 


80.567 


80.492 


70,713 


64,530 


Total Local Units 


444,893 


8.771 


727 


68,685 


70,408 


80.567 


80,492 


70,713 


64,530 


Allegany 


8,218 


45 


82 


1 177 


i. , ^ J. J 


1.427 


1.492 


1,401 


1,381 


Anne Arundel 


39,388 


1.113 


154 


5^941 


6,175 


7,020 


7,040 


6,206 


5,739 


Baltimore City 


81.199 


1.552 


55 


14,055 


13,539 


14,773 


15,641 


11,777 


9 , 807 


Baltimore 


64,768 


1,043 


5 


9,242 


9,509 


11,621 


11,887 


10,819 


10,642 


Calvert 


3,935 


42 




651 


661 


799 


699 


572 


511 


Caroline 


2,607 


146 




J ? / 




459 


440 


388 


353 


Carroll 


9,838 


76 




1,661 


1,703 


1,821 


1,686 


1,483 


1,408 


Cecil 


6,752 


27 




1,110 


1,152 


1.239 


1,182 


1, 140 


902 


Charles 


8,784 


389 




1,398 


1,421 


1.730 


1,475 


1,287 


1,084 


Dorchester 


2,801 


15 


- 


472 


466 


553 


483 


418 


394 


Frederick 


11,605 


123 


23 


1 on? 


1 , 7 / U 


2,161 


1.965 


1,833 


1,628 


Garrett 


2,515 


16 


23 


446 


439 


452 


402 


379 


358 


Harford 


17,360 


281 


13 


2,793 


2,932 


3,252 


2, 925 


2,729 


2,435 


Howard 


12,750 


334 


79 


1,982 


2,053 


2,331 


2,147 


1,990 


1.834 


Kent 


1,686 


47 




262 


250 


310 


303 


279 


235 


Montgomery 


62,218 


1,238 


67 


8,619 


9,145 


10,753 


11,171 


10,954 


10,271 


Prince George's 


73.910 


1,895 


161 


11,162 


11,760 


13,131 


13,516 


11,593 


10,692 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,581 


6 




383 


451 


532 


457 


409 


343 


St. Mary's 


6.601 


185 




942 


941 


1,350 


1,186 


1,076 


921 


Somerset 


1,917 




16 


318 


297 


358 


359 


301 


268 


Talbot 


2,624 


18 




421 


441 


509 


461 


415 


359 


Washington 


11,501 


98 


49 


1,823 


1.895 


2,203 


2,020 


1,792 


1,621 


Wicomico 


6,089 


82 




1,037 


1.026 


1,144 


1,000 


943 


857 


Worcester 


3,246 






491 


545 


639 


555 


529 


487 



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



TABLE 



Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1978 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



T n f a 1 Tin i t" 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elementary 


Pre— 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 

i 


9 
Z 


J 


A 


5 


g 


7 


Special 


Other 


Jtal State 


809,933 


402,609 


4,626 


43,418 


11,631 


35,965 


46,850 


50.420 


52,087 


51,633 


51,872 


54,075 


32 


Allegany 


14,644 


7,123 




834 


145 


- 


1,007 


1,016 


1,081 


1,013 


993 


1,034 


I 


Anne Arundel 


74,031 


36,616 




4,269 


1,043 


2,509 


4,418 


4,829 


4,802 


4,764 


4,790 


5,192 




Baltimore City 


145,503 


74,523 


2,583 


7,766 


3,350 


8,895 


8,614 


8,738 


8,619 


8,602 


8,650 


8,706 


_ 


Baltimore 


107 , 702 


50,593 


128 


5,321 


1,946 


18,151 


3,565 


3,847 


4,121 


4,303 


4,476 


4,735 


_ 


Calvert 


7,722 


3,950 




434 


248 




533 


531 


526 


530 


524 


624 


_ 


Caroline 


4,869 


2,392 




274 


31 


- 


298 


357 


395 


342 


337 


358 


I 


Carroll 


20,318 


10,527 




1,182 


210 


- 


1,328 


1,563 


1,586 


1,501 


1,580 


1,577 




Cecil 


13,282 


6,970 




822 


185 


- 


952 


980 


1,029 


1,013 


1,014 


975 


_ 


Charles 


17,868 


9,135 


61 


927 


429 




1,186 


1,249 


1,294 


1,352 


1,207 


1,430 


_ 


Dorchester 


5,503 


2,752 




250 


37 




395 


416 


432 


379 


423 


420 


_ 


Frederick 


23,658 


12.410 


3 


1,476 


172 


- 


1,746 


1,790 


1,940 


1,764 


1,773 


1 , 746 




Garre 1 1 


5,584 


3,124 




352 


31 


- 


431 


464 


489 


455 


448 


422 


32 


1 Harford 


33,096 


16,993 




1,919 


337 




2,252 


2,487 


2,578 


2,457 


2,402 


2,561 


_ 


f Howard 


25,606 


12,963 




1 ,400 


186 




1,646 


1,812 


1,987 


1,972 


2.007 


1,953 


_ 


Kent 


3,204 


1,521 


- 


193 


61 




225 


208 


201 


215 


201 


217 


- 


Montgomery 


107,430 


51,278 


622 


5,395 


1,344 


5,502 


5,572 


6,085 


6,438 


6,790 


6,601 


6,929 




] Prince George's 


133,953 


65,975 


340 


6.706 


1,257 




8,275 


9,504 


10,035 


9,764 


9,887 


10,207 




1 Queen Anne ' s 


4,809 


2,331 




250 


23 


385 


238 


258 


231 


244 


336 


366 




St. Mary's 


12,560 


6.750 


196 


856 


291 




916 


932 


885 


893 


838 


943 




Somerset 


3,985 


2,084 


99 


233 


37 




290 


281 


304 


270 


265 


305 




Talbot 


4,270 


1,946 




220 


47 


523 


291 


125 


151 


155 


137 


297 




Washington 


21,759 


11,238 


472 


1,307 


131 




1,420 


1,582 


1,606 


1,530 


1,540 


1,650 




Wicomico 


12,762 


6,681 


122 


723 


43 




930 


984 


967 


913 


1,030 


969 




Worcester 


5,815 


2,734 




309 


47 




322 


382 


390 


412 


413 


459 





(continued) 



it 



TABLE 




Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1978 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
S 6 condsry 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Spec ial 


Other 


Total State 


407,324 




DZ 


65,631 


67,325 


72,243 


72,822 


63,624 


57,901 


Allegany 


7,521 


45 




1,177 


1,213 


1,284 


1,335 


1,254 


1,213 


Anne Arundel 


37 ,415 


1 , 113 


d2 


5 , 786 


6 ,024 


6 , 556 


6 , 648 




C Q 7 7 
3,3// 


Baltimore City 


70,980 


1,151 




13,083 


12,587 


12,509 


13,645 


9.950 


8,055 


Baltimore 


57,109 


885 




8,669 


8,878 


9,923 


10,253 


9,269 


9,232 


Calvert 


3,772 


42 




626 


625 


763 


668 


547 


501 


Caroline 


2,477 


16 


- 


397 


424 


459 


440 


388 


353 


Carroll 


9,791 


76 




1,643 


1,689 


1,806 


1,686 


1 ,483 


i,4Uo 


Cecil 


6,312 


7 




1,053 


1,097 


1,173 


1,107 


1,046 


829 


Charles 


8,733 


338 




1,398 


1,421 


1,730 


1,475 


1,287 


1,084 


Dorchester 


2,751 


15 




463 


458 


541 


471 


412 


391 


Frederick 


11,248 


123 


- 


1,874 


1,949 


2,081 


1,897 


1,763 


1.561 


Garrett 


2,460 


16 




434 


432 


446 


400 


376 


Q C £ 

JDO 


Harford 


16,103 


281 




2,732 


2,871 


2,936 


2,644 


2,466 


2,173 


Howard 


12,643 


306 




1,982 


2,053 


2,331 


2,147 


1,990 


1,834 


Kent 


1,683 


47 


_ 


261 


249 


309 


303 


279 


235 


Montgomery 


56 , 152 


1,139 




o , uoo 






9 912 


9 771 


9 , 205 


Prince George's 


67,978 


1,737 




10,764 


11,370 


11,713 


12,257 


10,477 


9,660 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,478 


6 




373 


441 


519 


428 


385 


326 


St. Mary's 


5,810 


185 




917 


924 


1,170 


998 


888 


728 


Somerset 


1,901 






318 


297 


358 


359 


301 


268 


Talbot 


2,324 


18 




368 


398 


455 


405 


359 


321 


Washington 


10,521 


96 




1,724 


1,777 


1,991 


1,817 


1,635 


1,481 


Wicomico 


6,081 


74 




1,037 


1,026 


1,144 


1,000 


943 


857 


Worcester 


3,081 






464 


512 


619 


527 


506 


453 



TABLE 



Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1978 






Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


Graded 
1-8* 


Total 

Secon- 

tary 


Ungraded 


Graded 
7-12 


Special 


Other 


Special 


Other 


.1 State 


L , J7 J 


671 


30 




409 


226 


6 


1 , 922 


842 


1,080 




.rtment of Health and Mental Hygiene 
























l.tdl Retardation Administration 


'♦JO 


109 


- 


- 


109 


- 


- 


347 


347 


- 


- 


leat Oaks Center 


138 


29 






29 


- 




109 


109 






jlly Center 


60 


2d 






26 


- 




1/. 


34 






I'Sewood Center 


258 


54 






54 


- 






204 


- 




iital Hygiene Administration 




91 






91 






1 Q 

J 


123 






1 if ton T. Perkins Hospital 


35 


8 






8 


- 


_ 


27 


27 


- 


_ 


glonal Institute for Children & Adolescents 


104 


83 


- 


- 


83 


- 


- 


21 


21 


- 


- 


ring Grove Hospital 


33 


~ 






- 


- 




65 


33 


— 




Irlngfield State Hospital 


42 








- 


- 






42 


— 




enlle Services Administration 


953 


33 






- 


33 






- 


920 




lys' Forestry Camp 


174 


— 






- 


- 




174 


- 


174 




lys' Village of Maryland 


90 














on 




90 




Iryland Children's Center 


65 














J 




65 




dryland Training School 


335 






_ 


- 


- 


_ 


335 


- 


335 


_ 


latrose School 


289 


33 


- 


- 




33 


- 


256 




256 


- 


jrtment of Public Safety & Correctional Services 


316 


201 






2 


193 


6 


J.X J 


36 


79 




(nmunity Rehabilitation & Release Center 


D 


4 


— 




- 


4 






— 


2 




(ryland Correctional Camp Centers 


12 


7 


— 


— 




7 




5 




c 

J 




fryland Correctional Institution 


88 


DO 








58 




30 




jU 




(cyland Correctional Institution for Women 


22 


12 






2 


10 




10 


- 


10 




tryland Correctional Training Center 


J- J7 


99 


- 


- 




99 


- 


60 


36 


24 


- 


^^yland House of Correction 


1 Q 


15 








15 




4 




4 




>:yland Penitentiary 


10 


6 










6 


4 




4 




t: Institutions 


654 


237 


30 




207 






417 


336 


81 




C)t. of Education, Rehabilitation Center 


81 














81 




81 




f- School for the Deaf - Columbia 


117 


117 


30 




87 














School for the Deaf - Frederick 


393 


109 






109 






284 


284 






:;uxent Institute 


52 














52 


52 






• of Md. School of Medicine, Psychiatric 










11 














istitute 


11 


11 



















;led enrollment is as follows: 3, 3; 5, 2; 8, 1; total, 6. 



ll 



TABLE 

11 



Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



I 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 






Number of Schools 


Total 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Frekinder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Numbsr 
uit rerenc 
Teachers 

(F.T.E.) 


Total State 




88,603 


15, 305 


6,371 


66,927 


J / , joy 


713 


273 


267 


70 


103 


11 


92 


7 7 0^ 1 


Allegany 




1,352 


236 


53 


1,063 


by/ 


13 


5 


6 


1 


1 


- 


1 


iu/ . y 


Anne Arundel 


ft 1 "^t; 


6, 162 




425 


4 , 322 


1 , y / J 


/ o 


23 


14 


2 


9 




9 


/. T/i 1 
4 J4 . i 


Baltimore City 


25,985 


15, 766 


1 , 187 


1 ,012 


13 , 567 


10,219 


102 


22 


46 


14 


20 


9 


11 


1,598.9 


Baltimore 


25,051 


17 , 392 


2 , 979 


1 , 266 


13 , 147 


7,659 


126 


54 


43 


14 


15 




15 


1,671.8 


Calvert 


jy 


476 


58 


25 


393 


ID J 


5 


2 


1 


_ 


2 




2 


/. T 7 
'f J . / I 


Caroline 


1/0 


46 




10 


36 




3 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


Jt3 . 


Carroll 


DUJ- 




J 


30 


/. T "3 
't J J 


A 7 


5 


2 


2 




1 




1 


ZD . 


Cecil 


1,687 


1 O A "7 




Q "7 
O / 


1 , U Jo 


440 


11 


3 


4 


1 


3 




J 


112.6 


Charles 


1,354 


1 , JU-J 




24 


1 o m 
i , / 


51 


9 


1 


7 


1 








64.3 






TOO 




Q ^ 

OD 




3U 


4 


1 


2 


- 


1 




i 






1, 821 


1,464 


346 


86 


1,032 




18 


8 


6 


2 


2 


- 


2 


117 1 
X J. / • J. 


Garret t 


1 7 "i 


ion 
izU 


/. n 
4U 


10 


70 


_> J 


3 


1 






2 




2 


lift 


Harford 


2,984 






ioi 


1 A C O 
i , U JZ 


1,257 


17 


9 


6 


1 


1 




1 


158.3 


Howard 


3,195 


3 , 088 


1 , 281 


176 


1 , 631 


107 


35 


23 


8 


- 


4 




4 


165.3 


Van ^ 


XDD 


163 




9 


154 


J 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


- 


1 


1 =; A 


Montgomery 


n /, o Q 7 
/4 , Jo/ 


18,321 


4,442 


1,321 


12,558 


9 Uoo 




/ D 




Lj 


15 


1 


14 


± , / J/.Z 


Prince George's 


20,329 


14,397 


2,046 


1,252 


11,099 


5,932 


100 


35 


41 


12 


12 




12 


1,044.8 


Queen Anne's 


187 


84 


38 




46 


103 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


20.0 


St. Mary's 


2,366 


1,575 


90 


52 


1,433 


791 


14 


3 


8 


2 


1 


1 




126.7 


Somerset 


68 


52 


5 


6 


41 


16 


2 




1 




1 




1 


4.0 


Talbot 


933 


633 


47 


42 


544 


300 


4 


1 


1 




2 




2 


61.8 ' 


Washington 


2,389 


1,409 


78 


112 


1,219 


980 


13 


1 


4 


3 


5 




5 


136.1 


Wicomico 


702 


694 


201 


69 


424 


8 


7 


2 


4 




1 




1 


43.5 


Worcester 


351 


186 




32 


154 


165 


3 




1 




2 




2 


32.3 - 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Allegany, 4; Anne Arundel, 18; Baltimore City 12; Baltimore, 35; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 4; 
Frederick, 5; Garrett, 1; Harford, 7; Howard, 18; Montgomery, 63; Prince George's, 26; Queen Anne's, 1; St. Mary's, 1; Talbot, 1; Washington, 1; Wicomico 
2; Total, 202. 



TABLE 



Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 




Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 
(F.T.E.) 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only 


Elemen- 
tary 




Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


71,092 


48,581 


121 


1,851 


46,609 


22,511 


198 


1 


139 


42 


16 


10 


6 


J f / / \j , J 


1,615 


1,000 


- 


25 


975 


615 


7 




5 


1 


1 


- 


1 


88.8 


4,158 


3,052 




119 


2,933 


1,106 


7 


- 


5 


2 








189.3 


19,559 


11,405 


- 


483 


10,922 


8,154 


54 




31 


13 


10 


9 


1 


1 , 005 . 7 


13,820 


10,264 


21 




9, 745 


3,556 


35 




28 


7 








740.9 


136 


136 






136 




1 


I 


1 




- 


- 


- 


5.5 


152 


22 


- 


- 


22 


130 


2 






1 


1 


- 


1 


33.6 


281 


281 






281 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 








10.6 


718 


718 


7 


35 


676 




3 




3 




_ 


_ 


_ 


37.4 


1,180 


1,180 


- 


- 


1,180 


- 


4 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49.3 


1,128 


823 


- 


18 


805 


305 


5 




3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


76.3 


1,431 


- 

490 


— 


— 
33 


— 

457 


941 


3 


- 


2 


1 








81.2 


1,319 


1,319 


- 


26 


1,293 


_ 


5 


_ 

— 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67.8 


10,015 


7,231 


77 


190 


6,964 




9 Q 




21 


D 


2 




2 


614.5 


12,187 


8,467 


16 


337 


8,114 


3,720 


29 


*1 


22 


6 








580.5 


2,218 


1,427 




32 


1,395 


791 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




119.6 


412 


172 






172 


240 


1 








1 




1 


25.2 


528 


359 




28 


331 


169 


2 




1 


1 








31.1 


235 


235 




27 


208 




1 




1 










13.0 



5Prekindergarten only. 



TABLE 




Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



Local Unit 






Number of 


Pupils 






Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 
(F.T.E.) 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
tary 


Grand 

Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


55,080 


40,022 


15,184 


4,520 


20,318 


15,058 


515 


272 


128 


28 


87 


1 


86 


4 , UZ4 . 


Allegany 


434 


352 


236 


28 


88 


82 


6 


5 


1 


— 


- 


- 


- 


19.1 


Anne Arundel 


3,977 


3,110 


1,415 


306 


1,389 


867 


41 


23 


9 




9 




9 


244.8 


Baltimore City 


6,426 


4,361 


1,187 


529 


2,645 


2,065 


48 


22 


15 


1 


10 




10 


593.2 


Baltimore 


11,231 


7,128 


2,958 


768 


3,402 


4,103 


91 


54 


15 


7 


15 


_ 


15 


930.9 


Calvert 


503 


340 


58 


25 


257 


163 


4 


2 


— 


— 


2 


_ 


2 


T Q 
Jo . Z. 


Caroline 


24 


24 


- 


10 


14 


_ 


1 


- 


1 


— 


- 


- 


- 


3.0 


Carroll 


320 


273 


65 


56 


152 


47 


4 


2 


1 




1 




1 


16.2 


Cecil 


969 


529 


117 


52 


360 


440 


8 


3 


1 


1 


3 




3 


75.2 


Charles 


174 


123 


72 


24 


27 


51 


5 


1 


3 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


15.0 


Dorchester 


442 


392 


41 


85 


266 


50 


4 


1 


2 


- 


1 


_ 


1 


24 . 9 


Frederick 


693 


641 


346 


68 


227 


52 


13 


8 


3 




2 


- 


2 


40.8 


Garrett 


175 


120 


40 


10 


70 


55 


3 


1 






2 




2 


11.0 


Harford 


1,553 


1,237 


514 


128 


595 


316 


14 


9 


4 




1 




1 


77.1 


Howard 


1,876 


1,769 


1,281 


150 


338 


107 


30 


23 


3 


- 


4 




4 


97.5 


Kent 


166 


163 


_ 


9 


154 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


1 


15.4 


Montgomery 


14,372 


1 1 C\Qf\ 

11 , uyu 


4 , J0_> 


1 ITT 


5 , jyil 


3,282 


137 


76 


39 


9 


1 "3 
i J 


1 


1 9 


1,122.7 


Prince George's 


8,142 


5,930 


2,030 


915 


2,985 


2,212 


71 


34 


19 


6 


12 




12 


464.3 


Queen Anne's 


187 


84 


38 




46 


103 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


20.0 


St M^irv'Q 


148 


148 


90 


20 


38 




5 


3 


2 












Somerset 


68 


52 


5 


6 


41 


16 


2 




1 




1 




1 


4.0 


Talbot 


521 


461 


47 


42 


372 


60 


3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


36.6 


Washington 


1,861 


1,050 


78 


84 


888 


811 


11 


1 


3 


2 


5 




5 


105.0 ' 


Wicomico 


467 


459 


201 


42 


216 


8 


6 


2 


3 




1 




1 


30.5 ' 


Worcester 


351 


186 




32 


154 


165 


3 




1 




2 




2 


32.3 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Allegany, 4; Anne Arundel, 18; Baltimore City, 12; Baltimore, 35; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 4; 
Frederick, 5; Garrett, 1; Harford, 7; Howard. 18; Montgomery, 63; Prince George's, 25; Queen Anne's, 1; St. Mary's, 1; Talbot, 1; Washington, 1; Wicomcio, 2; 
Total 201. 



Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



TABLE 

14 



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 


al State 


126,172 


88,603 


15.305 


6,371 


929 


3,831 


7,772 


8,204 


8,438 


8.402 


8,317 


8.722 


6,160 


6,152 


Allegany 


2,049 


1,352 


236 


53 


- 


88 


104 


116 


122 


123 


148 


119 


118 


125 


Anne Arundel 


8,135 


6,162 


1,415 


425 




815 


474 


459 


525 


456 


492 


489 


309 


303 


Baltimore City 


25,985 


15,766 


1,187 


1,012 


253 


1,474 


1,475 


1,578 


1,545 


1,549 


1,558 


1,892 


1,113 


1,130 


Baltimore 


25,051 


17,392 


2,979 


1,266 


139 


485 


1,529 


1,606 


1,647 


1,685 


1,624 


1,702 


1,320 


1,410 


Calvert 


639 


476 


58 


25 


— 


— 


49 


75 


66 


62 


51 


65 


15 


10 


Caroline 


176 


46 


- 


10 


22 


- 


1 


3 


3 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


601 


554 


65 


56 


- 


- 


63 


60 


65 


55 


54 


59 


39 


38 


Cecil 


1,687 


1,247 


124 


87 


- 


- 


143 


142 


133 


154 


155 


145 


82 


82 


Charles 


1,354 


1,303 


72 


24 


- 


- 


130 


163 


164 


164 


158 


155 


152 


121 


Dorchester 


442 


392 


41 


85 




— 


46 


42 


42 


37 


35 


33 


22 


9 


Frederick 


1,821 


1,464 


346 


86 


1 


3 


116 


141 


133 


147 


146 


132 


99 


114 


Garrett 


175 


120 


40 


10 


- 


24 


9 


7 


4 


11 


11 


4 






Harford 


2,984 


1,727 


514 


161 


23 


24 


156 


152 


167 


162 


124 


137 


53 


54 


Howard 


3,195 


3,088 


1,281 


176 


22 


395 


135 


154 


162 


131 


155 


150 


172 


155 


Kent 


166 


163 




9 






16 


19 


17 


19 


19 


23 


21 


20 


ctuu L guuc 1^ y 


t JO / 


TO O 91 
Xo 9 J^J. 






357 


205 


1 A on 


1 ^7 A 


J. , Ooy 


J. 9 D / X 


1 AAA 
1. s ODD 


X . D JH 


1 1 on 


1.132 


Prince George's 


20,329 


14,397 


2,046 


1,252 


50 


271 


1.403 


1.409 


1,430 


1,425 


1,408 


1,438 


1,126 


1,139 


Queen Anne ' s 


187 


84 


38 








10 


6 


9 


4 


7 


10 






St. Mary's 


2,366 


1,575 


90 


52 




2 


150 


158 


188 


186 


181 


190 


182 


196 


Somerset 


68 


52 


5 


6 




17 


2 


5 


1 


4 


5 


1 


4 


2 


Talbot 


933 


633 


47 


42 






69 


74 


73 


94 


81 


77 


40 


36 


Washington 


2,389 


1,409 


78 


112 


44 


26 


179 


175 


162 


172 


173 


175 


63 


50 


Wicomico 


702 


694 


201 


69 


18 




68 


65 


69 


56 


42 


45 


39 


22 


Worcester 


351 


186 




32 




2 


25 


21 


22 


28 


24 


27 


1 


4 



(continued) 



TABLE 




Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



Local Unit 








Secondary 


Enrollment by Grade 








Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


37,569 


1,055 


665 


3,054 


3,083 


8,324 


7,670 


7.089 


6,629 


Allegany 


697 


- 


82 


_ 


- 


143 


157 


147 


168 


Anne Arundel 


1,973 


- 


92 


155 


151 


464 


392 


357 


362 


Baltimore City 


10,219 


401 


55 


972 


952 


2,264 


1,996 


1,827 


1,752 


Baltimore 


7,659 


158 


5 


573 


631 


1,698 


1,634 


1 , 550 


1,410 


Calvert 


163 






25 


36 


36 


31 


25 


10 


Caroline 


130 


130 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


47 


- 




18 


14 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Cecil 


440 


20 


- 


57 


55 


66 


75 


94 


73 


Charles 


51 


51 


- 














Dorchester 


50 






9 


8 


12 


12 


6 


3 


Frederick 


357 


- 


23 


28 


21 


80 


68 


70 


67 


Garrett 


55 


- 


23 


12 


7 


6 


2 


3 


2 


Harford 


1,257 


- 


13 


61 


61 


316 


281 


263 


262 


Howard 


107 


28 


79 














Kent 


3 






1 


1 


1 








Montgomery 


6,066 


99 


67 


531 


535 


1,326 


1,259 


1,183 


1,066 


Prince George's 


5,932 


158 


161 


398 


390 


1,418 


1,259 


1,116 


1,032 


Queen Anne * s 


103 






10 


10 


13 


29 


24 


17 


St. Mary's 


791 






25 


17 


180 


188 


188 


193 


Somerset 


16 




16 














Talbot 


300 






53 


43 


54 


56 


56 


38 


Washington 


980 


2 


49 


99 


118 


212 


203 


157 


140 


Wicomico 


8 


8 
















Worcester 


165 






27 


33 


20 


28 


23 


34 



TABLE 



Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 




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 


Spec ial 


Other 


OLaX OUdUc 


71 092 


48 581 


121 


1 , 851 


51 


2,772 


4 667 


5 204 


5 396 


5 529 


5 581 


6 074 


5 647 


5 688 


Allegany 


1,615 


1,000 


- 


25 


- 


- 


104 


116 


122 


123 


148 


119 


118 


125 


Anne Arundel 


4,158 


3,052 


- 


119 


- 


716 


252 


251 


294 


264 


293 


298 


285 


280 




19 559 


11 405 




483 


- 


1,332 


1,074 


1,198 


1,164 


1 183 


1 , 204 


1 540 


1 , 104 


1 , 123 


Dal. L ±AU\} L c 


13 820 


10 264 


21 


498 


1 


401 


1,029 


1,079 


1 , 109 


1 161 


1 125 


1 203 


1 , 262 


1,375 


Calvert 


136 


136 






- 


- 


13 


22 


19 


u 


16 


24 


15 


10 


Caroline 


152 


22 


- 


- 


22 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


281 


281 






- 


- 


35 


35 


36 


35 


35 


35 


35 


35 


Cec 11 


718 


718 






- 


- 


86 


90 


85 


90 


88 


77 


81 


79 




1 180 








- 


- 


120 




1 ft! 

XD J- 


XDX 


X 


155 


152 


121 












- 


- 


















Frederick 


1,128 


823 


_ 


18 


_ 


_ 


86 


109 


102 


111 


115 


98 


88 


96 


Garrett 






- 




- 


- 


















nanoru 








J J 


- 


- 


70 


7 1 




/ u 




66 


30 


30 


Howard 


i. J J J- 7 


1 319 






- 


323 


y J 


-L -LD 


113 


109 


135 


129 


142 


133 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


10,015 


7,231 


77 


190 


28 




619 


770 


867 


891 


900 


970 


988 


931 


Prince George's 


12,187 


8,467 


16 


337 






861 


937 


982 


1,017 


1,049 


1,064 


1,093 


1,111 


Queen Anne ' s 






























St. Mary's 


2,218 


1,427 




32 






147 


155 


186 


182 


178 


182 


176 


189 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


412 


172 










21 


27 


18 


42 


37 


27 






Washington 


528 


359 




28 






27 


51 


34 


39 


31 


62 


52 


35 


Wicomico 


235 


235 




27 






28 


23 


35 


34 


22 


25 


26 


15 


Worcester 































(continued) 



TABLE 




Catholic School E.irollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



Local Unit 






Secondary 


Enrollment by Grade 








Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


3 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


22,511 


375 




778 


770 


5,716 


5,252 


4,880 


4,740 


Allegany 


615 


- 


- 




- 


143 


157 


147 


168 


Anne Arundel 


1,106 


- 


- 






309 


289 


248 


260 


Baltimore City 


8,154 


179 


- 


635 


620 


1,935 


1,696 


1,573 


1,516 


Baltimore 


3,556 


- 


- 


10 


17 


960 


914 


849 


806 


Calvert 




















Caroline 


130 


130 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 




- 


- 








_ 




_ 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


Charles 




- 


- 




_ 


_ 








Dorchester 


















_ ,j 


Frederick 


305 


- 


- 


15 


14 


75 


65 


69 


67 


Garrett 




- 


- 














Harford 


941 






- 




258 


226 


224 


233 


Howard 










_ 










Kent 










_ 


_ 








Montgomery 


2,784 


66 




54 


69 


701 


663 


623 


608 


Prince George's 


3,720 










1,057 


967 


873 


823 


Queen Anne * s 




















St. Mary's 


791 






25 


17 


180 


188 


188 


193 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


240 






39 


33 


45 


44 


47 


32 


Washington 


169 










53 


43 


39 


34 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 





















TABLE 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Septembar 30, 1978 




Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary Enrollment by Grade 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


■tal State 


55,080 


40,022 


15,184 


4,520 


878 


1,059 


3,105 


3,000 


3.042 


2.873 


2,736 


2,648 


513 


464 


Allegany 


434 


352 


236 


28 




88 


















Anne Arundel 


3,977 


3,110 


1,415 


306 




99 


222 


208 


231 


192 


199 


191 


24 


23 


Baltimore City 


6,426 


4,361 


1.187 


529 


253 


142 


401 


380 


381 


366 


354 


352 


9 


7 


Baltimore 


11.231 


7,128 


2,958 


768 


138 


84 


500 


527 


538 


524 


499 


499 


58 


35 


Calvert 


503 


340 


58 


25 






36 


53 


47 


45 


35 


41 


~ 


— 


Caroline 


24 


24 




10 






1 


3 


3 


7 










Carroll 


320 


273 


65 


56 




_ 


28 


25 


29 


20 


19 


24 


4 


3 


1 Cecil 


969 


529 


117 


52 




_ 


57 


52 


48 


64 


67 


68 


1 


3 


1 Charles 


174 


123 


72 


24 






10 


9 


3 


3 


2 


— 


~ 




Dorchester 


442 


392 


41 


85 


- 


- 


46 


42 


42 


37 


35 


33 


22 


9 


Frederick 


693 


641 


346 


68 


1 


3 


30 


32 


31 


36 


31 


34 


11 


18 


1 Garrett 


175 


120 


40 


10 




24 


9 


7 


4 


11 


11 


4 


- 


- 


' Harford 


1,553 


1,237 


514 


128 


23 


24 


84 


81 


98 


92 


75 


71 


23 


24 


Howard 


1.876 


1,769 


1,281 


150 


22 


72 


42 


38 


49 


22 


20 


21 


30 


22 


_ Kent 


166 


163 




9 






16 


19 


17 


19 


19 


23 


21 


20 


Hontgomery 


14.372 


11,090 


4.365 


1,131 


329 


205 


801 


804 


822 


780 


766 


684 


202 


201 


, Prince George's 


8,142 


5,930 


2,030 


915 


50 


271 


542 


472 


448 


408 


359 


374 


33 


28 


1 Queen Anne ' s 


187 


84 


38 








10 


6 


9 


4 


7 


10 






St. Mary's 


148 


148 


90 


20 




2 


3 


3 


2 


4 


3 


8 


6 


7 


Somerset 


68 


52 


5 


6 




17 


2 


5 


1 


4 


5 


1 


4 


2 


Talbot 


521 


461 


47 


42 






48 


47 


55 


52 


44 


50 


40 


36 


: Washington 


1,861 


1,050 


78 


84 


44 


26 


152 


124 


128 


133 


142 


113 


11 


15 


Wicomico 


467 


459 


201 


42 


18 




40 


42 


34 


22 


20 


20 


13 


7 


i Worcester 


351 


186 




32 




2 


25 


21 


22 


28 


24 


27 


1 


4 



(continued) 



TABLE 




Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1978 



Local Unit 








Secondary 


Enrollment by 


Grade 








Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


15,058 


680 


665 






L , DUO 


9 /.1ft 


9 9nQ 


1 AftQ 
± , 007 


Allegany 


82 




82 














Anne Arundel 


0£ *7 
OD / 


_ 


92 


155 












Baltimore City 


2,065 


222 


55 


337 


332 


329 


300 


254 


236 


Baltimore 


A, 103 


158 


5 


563 


614 


738 


720 


701 


604 


Calvert 


163 


- 


- 


25 


Jo 


3D 




Z_) 


lU 


Caroline 




















Carroll 


47 


_ 


_ 


1 Q 

io 




1 c 

± J 








Cecil 


440 


20 


_ 


57 


55 


66 


75 


94 


73 


Charles 


51 


51 


_ 














Dorchester 


jU 


- 


- 


Q 


Q 



1 9 


1 9 
J. ^ 





■J 


Frederick 


_)Z 




23 


i J 


/ 


c 

J 


J 


1 

1 




Garrett 


c c 
DD 


_ 


23 


12 


7 


D 


2 


•3 
J 


2 


Harford 


316 


_ 


13 


61 


61 


58 


55 


39 


29 


Howard 


107 


28 


79 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Kent 


3 






1 


1 


i 








Montgomery 


3,282 


33 


67 


477 


1. c^c 
400 






560 


H 30 


Prince George's 


2,212 


158 


161 


398 


390 


361 


292 


243 


209 


Queen Anne ' s 


103 






10 


10 


13 


29 


24 


17 


St. Mary's 




















Somerset 


16 




16 














Talbot 


60 






14 


10 


9 


12 


9 


6 


Washington 


811 


2 


49 


99 


118 


159 


160 


118 


106 


Wicomico 


8 


8 
















Worcester 


165 






27 


33 


20 


28 


23 


34 



Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1978 



TABLE 

17 







Enro 1 Imen t 






Number of 


Centers 




Local Unit 














To tal 


Pre schoo 1 


E lemen tary 


Secondary 


To ta 1 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


62,600 


1,974 


24,040 


36, 586 


426 


23 


268 


135 


Al legany 


667 


- 




667 


2 




~ 


2 


Anne Arundel 


2, 224 






1,603 


16 




15 


1 


Baltimore City 


2,580 


- 




2,580 


6 






6 


Baltimore 


7,577 


- 


3,558 


4,019 


93 


- 


77 


16 


Calvert 


502 


- 


226 


276 


8 




7 


1 


Caroline 


253 


59 


87 


107 


3 


1 


1 


1 


Carroll 


787 




271 


516 


13 




6 


7 


Cecil 


146 


- 


46 


100 


2 




1 


1 


Charles 


425 


- 


50 


375 


5 


- 


3 


2 


Dorchester 


493 


35 


308 


150 


8 


1 


3 


/4 


Frederick 


1 , 601 


- 


505 


1 , 096 


21 


~ 


14 


7 


Garrett 


















Harford 


5,997 


1 


3,727 


2,269 


40 


1 


26 


/13 


Howard 


1,961 


- 


477 


1,484 


6 


- 


2 


/4 


Kent 


294 


- 


236 


58 


3 


~ 


2 


1 


Montgomery 


20 , 244 


i , D J7 


in 1 "7 
iU , i / i 


8,413 


124 


14 


67 


/43 


Prince George ' s 


13,354 


62 


2,101 


11, 191 


36 


2 


18 


/16 


Queen Anne ' s 


154 


14 


53 


87 


4 


1 


2 


1 


St. Mary' s 


752 




16 


736 


4 




1 


3 


Somer se t 


347 


80 


267 




3 




*3 




Talbot 


















Washington 


1,059 


53 


319 


687 


14 


3 


10 


/I 


Wicomico 


751 




668 


83 


7 




6 


/I 


Worces ter 


432 


11 


332 


89 


8 




4 


/4 



i-uut: s Luiiiuj-iicu L-eiiuetb wx ptesciiyyL aiia eiemeuLary programs. 
/Includes combined centers with elementary and secondary programs. 



TABLE 



Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1978 



Local Unit 


Preschoo 1 


Elementa 




Secondary 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 




Federal 


State 


Local 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Migrant 


ESEA 


Other 


Enrichment 


Remedial 


Special 
Education 


Total 


Migrant 


Vocational 


Other 


& 

Local 


Original 
(Credits) 


Review 
(Credits) 


Enrichment 


Remedial 


Driver 
Education 


Total State 


1,974 


176 


1,521 


32 


245 


24,040 


275 


2, 106 


180 


12,878 


7,590 


1,011 


36 586 


206 


1,710 


160 


6,743 


5,204 


15, 372 


5, 


367 


1,82 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


667 


- 


327 


- 


340 


- 


- 




- 




Anne Arundel 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


621 


- 


116 


- 


383 


122 


- 


1,603 


- 


- 


- 


468 


217 


916 




2 




Baltimore City 






■ 








■ 












2, 580 




*737 








1,247 






5^ 


Baltimore 












3, 558 




170 




1 , 368 


1 , 504 


516 


4,019 




155 






18 


2, 554 




722 


5; 


Calvert 




- 


- 


- 




226 


- 


196 


- 




30 




276 


- 




- 


33 


74 


78 




86 




Caroline 


59 


59 


- 


- 


- 


87 


- 


87 


- 


- 


- 


- 


107 


107 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


271 


- 


- 


- 


Ill 


160 


- 


516 


- 


Ill 


- 


20 


41 


166 




178 




Cecil 












46 














100 




Vr97 






3 










Charles 












50 








50 






37 5 








50 


36 


289 








Dorchester 




35 










44 


264 










1 so 


56 






94 












Frederick 


- 










505 










505 




1,096 








602 


48 


401 




30 




Garrett 


























- 




















Harford 


1 
1 








i 


7 7 T 7 




216 




1,712 


1,799 




2,269 




*45 




270 


144 


476 


1 


178 


1 


Howard 












A 7 7 












477 






*123 




224 


268 


826 




43 




Kent 












236 








109 


109 


18 


58 








15 




31 




12 




Montgomery 


1,659 




1,477 




182 


10,172 








7,729 


2,443 




8,413 








1,855 


2,375 


1,514 


2 


669 




Prince George s 


62 








62 


2,101 






180 


1,374 


547 




11,191 






160 


2,331 


1,842 


6,289 




332 




Queen Anne ' s 


14 


14 








53 


23 








30 




87 


34 










53 








St. Mary's 












16 










16 




736 




115 




138 


39 


258 








Somerset 


80 


36 


44 






267 


100 


167 






























Talbot 














































Washing ton 


53 


21 




32 




319 


25 






42 


252 




687 


9 






287 


99 


191 




42 




Wicomico 












668 


61 


580 






27 




83 












83 








Worcester 


11 


11 








332 


22 


310 










89 








16 








73 





*Supported in part by State funds. 



TABLE 



Pupil Withdrawals by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 








Elementary 


Secondary 


Loc3.X Unic 


Grand 




















Spec. 


Un- 
















Spec. 




Total 


Total 


Prek.* 


Kgn.* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Ed. 


graded 


Total 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Ed. 


Total State 


21,711 


1,947 


672 


685 


110 


77 


66 


48 


36 


69 


86 


98 


19,764 


789 


1,341 


3,011 


6,374 


4,850 


2,999 


400 




147 


7 


- 


3 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


140 


6 


3 


26 


39 


51 


15 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,687 


29 


- 


22 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


— 


1,658 


18 


53 


252 


449 


468 


206 


212 


Baltimore City 


10,291 


1,488 


528 


526 


96 


57 


56 


38 


30 


46 


44 


67 


8,803 


646 


935 


1,324 


2,998 


1,760 


1,140 


— 


fTTTirifP 


1,967 


76 


- 


24 


4 


6 


2 


2 


2 


3 


17 


16 


1,891 


35 


76 


233 


613 


543 


352 


39 


Calvert 


200 


2 




1 












1 






■ 198 


3 


2 


51 


65 


36 


39 


2 


^oLU J.J.11C 


140 


3 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


137 


- 


4 


32 


42 


43 


16 


- 


Carroll 


389 


14 


8 


5 




1 














375 


2 


5 


38 


78 


73 


178 


1 


Cecil 


293 


14 


— 


9 


1 


1 


— 


— 


1 


1 


1 


— 


279 


12 


19 


34 


84 


89 


41 




Charles 


253 


5 




3 


— 


1 


— 


— 






1 




248 


4 


4 


70 


70 


53 


32 


15 


Dorchester 


164 


6 




1 








1 




4 






158 


5 


19 


33 


45 


40 


15 


1 


Frederick 


339 


9 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


330 


5 


20 


82 


88 


91 


42 


2 


Garrett 


108 


8 




6 


— 




1 


1 










100 


5 


9 


14 


34 


26 


12 




Harford 


562 


1 




— 




1 














5b± 


7 


ly 




1 A A 
l4H 


136 


104 




Howard 


230 


6 




2 






2 




1 


1 






224 


1 


5 


io 


52 


67 


46 


15 


" Kent 


69 


2 








1 










I 


1 


67 




1 


17 


15 


22 


8 


4 


Montgomery 


1,025 


80 


31 


16 


6 


5 


3 


1 


1 


3 








1 T 
11 




/ 1 


273 


320 


233 


1 -7 
1 / 


Prince George's 


2,444 


94 


38 


32 




2 




2 




7 


13 




2 , 350 


l4 


79 


168 


938 


727 


353 


71 


Queen Anne * s 


150 


1 










_ 




_ 




1 


_ 


149 




1 


63 


39 


19 


27 




St. Mary's 


218 


6 


1 


2 




1 










2 




212 


1 


12 


55 


55 


50 


30 


9 


Somerset 


106 


4 


3 








1 












102 


4 


7 


21 


43 


12 


15 




Talbot 


75 


1 


















1 




74 




4 


18 


17 


22 


13 




Washington 


427 


72 


53 


17 


1 






1 










355 


1 


9 


103 


104 


82 


47 


9 


Wicomico 


287 


18 


10 


7 


1 
















269 


14 


31 


67 


58 


78 


18 


3 


Worcester 


140 


1 












1 










139 


2 


4 


43 


31 


42 


17 




Withdrawals as a 










































percent of Sept. 










































1978 Enrollments. 


2.7 


0.5 


14. 5 


1.6 


0.2 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


0.7 


0.3 


4.9 


1.2 


2.0 


4.2 


8.7 


7.6 


5.2 


5.1 



*Includes Prek., 582 and Kgn., 404 withdrawals due to inmiaturity . 



TABLE 

20 



Pupil Withdrawals: 



Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: 
Grades Prek.-6 



September - June 1978-79 



T r\f a 1 TTn t t" 
LiOCaX Ull-i- L 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
111- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 

X ity 


Mental 

Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em- 
ploy 
ment 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 

tary 

Ser- 


In 

compati- 
bility 
with 
School* 


Court 
Ac t i on 


Eco- 
nomic 


Special Cases 
Superintendent ' 
Approval 


s 


Unde- 


Death 


Includ- 
ing 
Death 


Exclud- 
ing 
Death 


Expul- 
sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 
ity/ 


Other 


- ter- 
mined 


Total State 


1 , 947 


1 , 901 


9 


34 


1 


- 


2 


2 


- 


17 


8 


5 


5 


1,011 


38 


769 


46 


Allegany 


7 


7 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


29 


I 1 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 




1 


- 


- 


22 


4 




2 


Baltimore City 


1 , 488 


1 /. Q Q 




9 Q 








1 

1 




J 






- 


767 




AAA 




Baltimore 


lb 


DH 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 




- 


4 


2 


2 


2 


19 


12 


20 


12 


Calvert 


Z 


i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






1 


- 


1 


Caroline 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1 A 


1 A 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


- 


- 


4 


1 


7 




Cecil 


It 


1 9 

1 Z 
















\ 






- 


5 


\ 


5 


2 


Charles 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




4 






1 


Dorchester 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




\ 


- 


- 


2 


Frederick 


9 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


1 


- 


2 


Garrett 


o 
o 


7 

1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


1 


1 


ncL L i. (J L u 


1 
























- 








1 . 


Howard 





i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


- 


- 


5 


Kent 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 






- 


- 


1 


Montgomery 


80 


79 


1 






- 


1 


- 


- 






2 




24 


4 


47 


1 


Prince George's 


94 


82 


1 


1 


1 










4 


4 






71 






12 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 


1 
















1 
















St. Mary's 


6 


6 




1 








1 




1 








2 


1 






Somerset 


4 


3 




















1 




2 






1 


Talbot 


1 


1 










1 






















Washington 


72 


71 


3 






















67 




1 


1 


Wicomico 


18 


18 
























7 


11 






Worcester 


1 
































1 



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



Pupil Withdrawals: 



Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: 
Grades: 7-12 



September - June 1978-79 



TABLE 

20 



Local Unit 


Tota 

Includ- 
ing 
Death 


1 

Exclud- 
ing 
Death 


Physi- 
cal 
Ill- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
bility 


Mental 
Ill- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em- 
ploy- 
ment 


Mar- 
riage 


Mili- 
tary 
Ser- 
vice 


In- 
compati- 
bility 

with 
School* 


Court 
Action 


Eco- 
nomic 


Special Cases - 
Superintendent ' s 
Approval 


Unde- 
ter- 
mined 


Death 


Expul- 
sion/ 


Im- 
matur- 


Other 


al State 


19, 764 


19,667 


23 


129 


6 


8 


1,112 


219 


199 


15,408 


153 


103 


410 


13 


595 


1,289 


97 


Allegany 


140 


137 


3 


4 


_ 


_ 


15 


12 


1 


67 


18 


9 


1 


- 


7 


_ 


3 


Anne Arundel 


1,658 


1,640 


3 


3 


- 


3 


88 


18 


15 


1,320 


11 


3 


74 


- 


102 


- 


18 


Baltimore City 


8,803 


8,803 




55 








68 


78 


7 ,410 






- 


- 


3 


1 , 189 




Baltimore 


1,891 


1,869 


4 


2 


1 


1 


172 


23 


16 


1,395 


33 


70 


129 




11 


12 


22 


Calvert 


198 


195 


1 










1 




173 


3 


1 


9 


3 


4 


- 


3 


Caroline 


137 


137 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


61 


2 


4 


32 


2 


_ 


18 


- 


17 


- 


- 


Carroll 


375 


375 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


3 


1 


201 


- 


- 


7 


1 


144 


15 


- 


Cecil 


279 


278 


1 


1 








8 


3 




9 




- 


- 


26 


16 


1 


Charles 


248 


247 




1 


1 




57 


9 


7 


156 




1 


11 




4 




1 


Dorchester 


158 


157 


_ 


2 


2 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


97 


1 


5 


30 




18 


- 


1 


Frederick 


330 


328 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


22 


1 


- 


186 


4 


11 


33 


1 


63 


- 


2 


Garrett 


100 


98 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


13 


- 


68 


6 


1 




- 


3 


- 


2 


Harford 


561 


557 




1 






41 


8 


10 


416 


3 


I 


9 




69 






"Howard 


224 


221 










7 




1 


213 








_ 




_ 


3 


Kent 


67 


64 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


2 


55 


1 


_ 


2 


1 




- 


3 


Montgomery 


945 


935 


1 






1 


398 


13 


15 


391 


29 




2 




28 


57 


10 


Prince George's 


2 , 350 


Z , J JO 


A 


1 9 
1 z 




o 
J 


zuu 




35 


2,024 


27 


I 






12 




14 


Queen Anne ' s 


149 


147 












4 




111 






24 


5 


3 




2 


iSt. Mary's 


212 


207 


1 








1 


2 


2 


197 










4 




5 


1 Somerset 


102 


102 


2 


19 






4 


2 


1 


63 


2 




6 




3 






1 Talbot 


74 


73 










4 


2 


1 


63 


1 




1 




1 




1 


[Washington 


355 


354 


1 


2 






27 


9 


5 


265 


1 




2 


1 


41 




1 


[Wicomico 


269 


268 




3 






5 


2 




215 


1 


1 


27 




14 




1 


(Worcester 


139 


139 




17 








2 


2 


76 


1 




22 


1 


18 







i 



-^I ompatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over), 
*E ulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age). 
'U er compulsory attendance age. 



TABLE 

^ Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1978-79 

3 I Grades Prek.-6 



Local Unit 


Total 


Public School in 
Same Local Unit 


the 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 






Other 


Programs 




Adminis- 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 

of 

Residence 


Pro- 
motion 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 

of 

Residence 


In 
Samp 
TjOcal 
Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital 
teaching 


Evening 
High 
School 


State 
Institut 
With 
Educati' 
Progra] 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


Total State 


58,162 


2,252 


2,562 


26,190 


11,778 


11 ,409 


2,460 


163 


159 


700 


269 


69 


2 


149 


Allegany 


480 


10 




214 


45 


180 


23 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


Anne Arundel 


4,317 


200 


5 


1,397 


874 


1 , 537 


140 


17 


12 


49 


78 


7 


- 


1 


Baltimore City 




- 


- 


1 i , JU 


5 , 389 




1,562 


_ 


_ 










XUo 


Baltimore 


4,986 


450 


78 


1,601 


1,500 


1,052 


145 


32 


22 


60 


_ 


41 


1 


4 ' 


Calvert 


356 


26 


1 


89 


128 


88 


9 


4 


- 


2 


8 


- 


- 


1 


Caroline 


237 


1 


_ 


52 


70 


104 


3 


4 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Carroll 


648 


32 


_ 


185 


176 


199 


5 


6 


4 


10 


26 


4 


- 


1 


Cecil 


O j4 


6 


_ 




81 


360 


16 


2 


10 


Q 

9 








1 


Charles 


813 


18 


1 


246 


201 


268 


35 


11 


4 


11 


14 


1 


_ 


3 


Dorchester 


194 


8 


- 


66 


42 


68 


9 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


978 


12 




348 


222 


353 


15 


8 


1 


9 


7 


1 


- 


2. 


Garrett 


201 


1 


_ 


11 


27 


83 


_ 


1 


5 


- 


6 


- 


- 


1 


Harford 




46 


2,463 


2 , 610 


75 


216 


3 


1 


3 


7 


9 


2 






Howard 


1,272 


323 


3 


199 


324 


345 


14 


13 


5 


44 




1 




1 


Kent 


112 






25 


36 


45 


Z 


i 




2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Montgomery 


5,225 


495 


4 


1,727 


717 


1,616 


188 


25 


51 


359 


38 


2 






Prince George's 


9,984 


538 




4,089 


1,375 


3,547 


204 


23 


23 




69 








Queen Anne's 


149 


1 




24 


63 


56 


1 


1 




3 










St. Mary's 


929 


44 




272 


107 


449 


27 


2 




17 


8 


1 






Somerset 


153 


1 


2 


26 


53 


60 


5 


2 


1 


2 








1 


Talbot 


119 


5 




32 


39 


35 


4 


3 














Washington 


1,127 


23 


1 


573 


73 


412 


25 




8 


4 


3 


3 






Wicomico 


669 


12 


4 


321 


90 


208 


16 


1 


4 


11 




1 






Worcester 


255 






38 


71 


128 


9 


4 


2 


2 


1 









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



TABLE 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1978-79 

Grades 7-12 J I 



Local Unit 


Total 


Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 




Other Programs 


Admin is — 
trative 
Decision - 
No Change 
of 


Pro- 
motion 
No Change 
of 

Residence 


Chsnge 
of 

Residence 


In 
Same 
Local 
Unit 


In 


In 
Another 
State* 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 


Home- 
teaching 


Hospital- 
teaching 


Evsning 
High 
School 


State 
institution 
With 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State* 


al State 


37,823 


1,882 


2,561 


13.725 


7,379 


6,911 


1,111 


210 


195 


374 


1.291 


289 


1,238 


657 


Allegany 


224 


11 




43 


28 


108 


7 




3 


_ 


20 






4 


Anne Arundel 


3,053 


371 


8 


553 


597 


890 


42 


38 


18 


30 


273 


17 


172 


44 


Baltimore City 


12,397 






8,167 


3,276 




639 














315 


Baltimore 


3,221 


356 


41 


690 


862 


641 


65 


37 


31 


25 




197 


255 


21 


Calvert 


236 


2 




26 


93 


59 


10 


5 


1 




31 


2 


2 


5 


Caroline 


168 






11 


58 


85 


1 


4 


2 


1 








4 


Carroll 


527 


18 




70 


113 


115 


5 


6 


3 


4 


83 


4 


90 


16 


Cecil 


331 


2 


1 


95 


37 


181 


10 


2 




1 








2 


Charles 


765 


13 




93 


150 


184 


5 


14 


1 


5 


92 


4 


135 


69 


Dorchester 


108 


2 


- 


19 


28 


42 


6 


1 


4 


3 






- 


3 


Frederick 


578 


7 


1 


150 


126 


173 


19 


4 


5 


8 


28 


7 


47 


3 


Garrett 


102 


2 


1 


10 


22 


46 


2 




2 


- 


15 






2 


Harford 


3,759 


73 


2,489 


432 


177 


419 


8 


15 


7 


6 


114 


5 


_ 


14 


Howard 


645 


55 


6 


87 


ZU / 




3 


13 


8 


16 


3 


12 


- 


8 


Kent 


67 


1 






18 


29 


14 


1 




1 


1 






2 


1 

j Montgomery 


3,231 


369 


9 


661 


411 


966 


102 


31 


73 


195 


205 


20 


161 


28 


i! Prince George's 


6 , 567 


444 




2,277 


786 


2.026 


135 


25 


26 


63 


353 


12 


355 


65 


Queen Anne ' s 


99 


1 




7 


54 


22 


10 


2 












3 


St. Mary's 


481 


11 


4 


56 


84 


247 


11 


1 


2 


5 


25 


3 


21 


11 


Somerset 


75 






6 


33 


31 


2 


1 












2 


Talbot 


110 






9 


33 


39 


3 






1 


16 






8 


Washington 


644 


142 




173 


70 


192 


9 


1 


6 


5 


28 


3 




15 


Wicomico 


293 


2 




71 


76 


121 


3 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 




11 


Worcester 


142 




1 


19 


40 


68 




6 


1 


2 


3 






2 



I 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, 1979 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not Promoted 


Total 


Promoted 


Not P 


romoted 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


793,797 


745,102 


48,695 


6 . 1 


403,762 


385,549 


18,213 


4 . 5 


390,035 


359.553 


30.482 


7.8 


Allegany 


14 432 


14 253 


179 


1.2 


7 078 


6 961 


117 


1.7 


7 354 


7 292 


62 


0.8 


Anne Arundel 


72,619 


69!513 


3,106 


4.3 


36,648 


35,844 


804 


2.2 


35,971 


33,669 


2,302 


6.4 


Baltimore City 


142,096 


119,772 


22,324 


15.7 


74,958 


65,226 


9,732 


13.0 


67.138 


54,546 


12,592 


18.8 


Baltimore 


105,390 


100,953 


4.437 


4.2 


50,793 


48,898 


1,895 


3.7 


54.597 


52,055 


2.542 


4.7 


Calvert 


7,565 


7,182 


383 


5 . 1 


3,964 


3,835 


129 


3 . 3 


3,601 


3,347 


254 


7.1 


Caroline 


4 706 




148 


3.1 


2 406 


2 341 


65 


2.7 


2 300 


2 217 


83 


3.6 


Carroll 


19,987 


19,579 


408 


2.0 


lo!586 


10,407 


179 


1.7 


9.401 


9^172 


229 


2!4 


Cecil 


13,020 


12,660 


360 


2.8 


6,961 


6,775 


186 


2.7 


6,059 


5,885 


174 


2.9 


Charles 


17,560 


16,783 


777 


4.4 


9,164 


8,927 


237 


2.7 


8,396 


7,856 


540 


6.4 


Dorchester 


5,343 


5,158 


1 o ^ 


J.J 


2,737 


2,623 


1 14 


4. 2 


2,606 


2,535 


71 


2.7 


Frederick 


23 279 


22 201 


1,078 


4.6 


12 531 


11 920 


611 


4.9 


10 . 748 


10 281 


467 


4.3 


Garrett 


5^497 


5,311 


186 


3.4 


3'llO 


2,983 


127 


4.1 


2,387 


2,328 


59 


2.5 


Harford 


32,281 


30,862 


1,419 


4.4 


16,899 


16,233 


666 


3.9 


15,382 


14,629 


753 


4.9 


Howard 


25,550 


24,805 


745 


2.9 


13,069 


12,963 


106 


0.8 


12,481 


11,842 


639 


5.1 


Kent 


3,109 


2,938 


171 


5.5 


1,500 


1,448 


52 


3.5 


1,609 


1,490 


119 


7.4 


Montgomery 


106,124 


103,639 


2,485 


2.3 


51,609 


50,969 


640 


1.2 


54,515 


52,670 


1,845 


3.4 


Prince Goerge's 


130,571 


123,203 


7,368 


5.6 


66,082 


64,693 


1,389 


2.1 


64,489 


58,510 


5,979 


9.3 


Queen Anne's 


4,734 


4,599 


135 


2.9 


2,375 


2,315 


60 


2.5 


2,359 


2,284 


75 


3.2 


St. Mary's 


12,275 


11,536 


739 


6.0 


6,690 


6,464 


226 


3.4 


5,585 


5,072 


513 


9.2 


Somerset 


3,893 


3,739 


154 


4.0 


2,074 


1,980 


94 


4.5 


1,819 


1,759 


60 


3.3 


Talbot 


4,166 


3,969 


197 


4.7 


1,932 


1,848 


84 


4.3 


2,234 


2.121 


113 


5.1 


Washington 


21,424 


20,467 


957 


4.5 


11,209 


10,792 


417 


3.7 


10,215 


9.675 


540 


5.3 


Wicomico 


12,480 


11.858 


622 


5.0 


6,688 


6,406 


282 


4.2 


5,792 


5.452 


340 


5.9 


Worcester 


5,696 


5.564 


132 


2.3 


2,699 


2,698 


1 


* 


2.997 


2.866 


131 


4.4 



NOTE: Policy of promotions and nonpromotions varies in the different local units. 
*Less than 0.1 percent. 



Nonpromotions in First Grade by Ninnber and Percent: 

June Net Roll, 1979 



Maryland Public Schools: 



TABLE 

23 



Local Unit 


First 


Grade Enrollment 


Number and Percent Not Promoted 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


Percent 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


46,533 


24,237 


22,296 


3,660 


2,312 


1,348 


7.9 


9.5 


6.1 


Allegany 


993 


544 


449 


80 


50 


30 


8.1 


9.2 


6.7 


Anne Arundel 


4,341 


2, 209 


2,132 


237 


155 


82 


5.5 


7.0 


3.9 


Baltimore City 


8,547 


4,440 


4,107 


1,387 


844 


543 


16.2 


19.0 


13.2 


Baltimore 


3,531 


1,818 


1,713 


247 


1-71 


76 


7.0 


9.4 


4.4 


Calvert 


529 


267 


262 


34 


26 


8 


6.4 


9.7 


3.1 


Caroline 


292 


145 


147 


21 


14 


7 


7.2 


9.7 


4.8 


Carroll 


1,355 


712 


643 


55 


34 


21 


4.1 


4.8 


3.3 


Cecil 


949 


485 


464 


83 


55 


28 


8.7 


11.3 


6.0 


Charles 


1, 167 


627 


540 


53 


32 


21 


4.5 


5.1 


3.9 


Dorchester 


394 


196 


198 


36 


22 


14 


9.1 


11.2 


7.1 


Frederick 


1, 737 


929 


808 


142 


91 


51 


8.2 


9.9 


6.3 


Garrett 


436 


224 


212 


26 


17 


9 


6.0 


7.6 


4.3 


Harford 


2,242 


1,148 


1,094 


143 


89 


54 


6.4 


7.7 


4.9 


Howard 


1,671 


858 


813 


36 


28 


8 


2.1 


3.3 


1.0 


Kent 


219 


109 


110 


24 


12 


12 


11.0 


11.0 


10.9 


Montgomery 


5,509 


2.890 


2,619 


217 


146 


71 


3.9 


5.1 


2.7 


Prince George's 


8,260 


4,387 


3,873 


512 


328 


184 


6.2 


7.5 


4.7 


Queen Anne ' s 


246 


145 


101 


27 


20 


7 


11.0 


13.8 


6.9 


St. Mary's 


879 


441 


438 


75 


39 


36 


8.5 


8.8 


8.2 


Somerset 


276 


144 


132 


20 


12 


8 


7.3 


8.3 


6.1 


Talbot 


292 


144 


148 


50 


33 


17 


17.1 


22.9 


11.5 


Washington 


1,416 


736 


680 


69 


41 


28 


4.9 


5.6 


4.1 


Wicomico 


928 


476 


452 


86 


53 


33 


9.3 


11.1 


7.3 


Worcester 


324 


163 


161 















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



TABLE 




Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1968-69 - 1978-79 



Year 


High School Graduates 


Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


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 




55,336 


26,469 


28,867 


1975-76 


56,063 


26,838 


29.225 


1976-77 


55,503 


26,606 


28,897 


1977-78 


55,880 


27,109 


28,771 


1978-79 


55,276 


26,333 


28,943 




BY LOCAL UNIT - 1978-79 


Allegany 


1,207 


621 


586 


Anne Arundel 


5,022 


2,383 


2,639 


Baltimore City 


6,923 


3,007 


3.916 


Baltimore 


8,805 


4,226 


4,579 


Calvert 


466 


242 


224 


Caroline 


329 


153 


176 


Carroll 


1,340 


647 


693 


Cecil 


766 


379 


387 


Charles 


1,058 


485 


573 


Dorchester 


372 


172 


200 


Frederick 


1,552 


754 


798 


Garrett 


354 


181 


173 


Harford 


2,061 


976 


1,085 


Howard 


1,774 


860 


914 


Kent 


228 


109 


119 


Montgomery 


9,168 


4,491 


4,677 


Prince George's 


9,594 


4,560 


5,034 


Queen Anne ' s 


300 


152 


148 


St. Mary's 


655 


296 


359 


Somerset 


257 


126 


131 


Talbot 


308 


150 


158 


Washington 


1,446 


740 


706 


Wicomico 


849 


403 


446 


Worcester 


442 


220 


222 



TABLE 



Average N'unber of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 




Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


16.2 


16.9 


15.6 


Allegany 


16.7 


17.2 


16.2 


Anne Arundel 


17.7 


17.8 


16.3 


Baltimore City 


16.4 


16.0 


16.8 


Baltimore 


15.1 


16.3 


14.1 


Calvert 


16.5 


18.2 


15.2 


Caroline 


16,1 


16.0 


16.1 


Carroll 


17.7 


21.2 


15.1 


Cecil 


17.3 


17.3 


17. 2 


Charles 


16.7 


18.4 


15.3 


Dorchester 


14.1 


13.9 


14.4 


Frederick 


17.0 


16.6 


17.5 


Garrett 


16.9 


17.0 


16.9 


Harford 


16.7 


18.9 


15.0 


Howard 


16.6 


18.5 


15.1 


Kent 


15.1 


13.3 


17.2 


Montgomery 


15.5 


17.1 


14.2 


Prince George's 


iO . J 


16.2 


16 . 7 


Queen Anne ' s 


16.8 


16.2 


17.4 


St. Mary's 


16.3 


18.2 


14.7 


Somerset 


14.2 


13.7 


14.7 


Talbot 


13.9 


15.4 


12.9 


Washington 


17.1 


20.1 


14.9 


Wicomico 


15.7 


16.7 


14.8 


Worcester 


14.4 


13.5 


15.3 



TABLE 




Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-lC: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Locfll Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Pre- 
kindergarten 


Kindergarten 


Grades 1- 


■6 


Total State 


802,795 





403,673 


7 


4,698 


8 


42,595 


3 


356,379 


6 


399,121.3 


Allegany 


14,533 


9 


7,103 


9 




- 


828 


7 


6,275 


2 


7,430.0 


Anne Arundel 


74,113 


8 


36,853 


1 




- 


4,306 


8 


32,546. 


3 


37,260.7 


Baltimore City 


144,805 


8 


75,004 


5 


2,636 


4 


7,777 


9 


64,590. 


2 


69,801.3 


Baltimore 


107 197 


g 


51,391 


2 


24 


4 


5, 290 


5 


46,076 


2 


55,806.6 


Calvert 


7,640 


1 


3,939 


5 


13 


3 


444 


4 


3,481 


8 


3,700.6 


Caroline 


4,786 


5 


2,402 


4 




- 


273 


5 


2,128 


9 


2,384.1 


Carroll 


20,080 


8 


10,482 


1 




- 


1,192 


6 


9,289 


5 


9,598.7 


Cecil 


12,968 





6,808 


6 






798 


2 


6,010 


4 


6,159.4 


Charles 


J. / J X 








38 





469 


g 


8,137 


5 


8,508.9 


Dorchester 


5,451 


4 


2,738 


9 






250 


4 


2,488 


5 


2,712.5 


Frederick 


23,436 





12,510 


6 




- 


1,494 


1 


11 ,016 


5 


10,925.4 


Garrett 


5,540 





3,104 


2 




— 


356 


9 


2,747 


3 


2,435.8 


Har f ord 


32,829 


1 


17,147 


3 






1,956 


6 


15,190 


7 


15,681.8 


Howard 


25,643 


6 


13,032 


5 






1.396 


7 


11,635 


8 


12,611.1 


Kent 


3,125 


6 


1,500 









199 


7 


1,300 


3 


1,625.6 


Montgomery 


106,722 


6 


51,655 


4 


728 


1 


5,397 


6 


45,529 


7 


55,067.2 


Prince George's 


132,121 


5 


66,320 


3 


355 


4 


6,691 


5 


59,273 


4 


65,801.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,762 


2 


2,347 


1 






253 


1 


2,094 





2,415.1 


St. Mary's 


11,983 


7 


6,296 


5 


192 


3 


425 


2 


5,679 





5,687.2 


Somerset 


3,736 


4 


1,877 


5 


98 


1 


231 


7 


1,54 7 


7 


1,858.9 


Talbot 


4,213 


6 


1,940 


6 






219 


8 


1,720 


8 


2,273.0 


Washington 


21,576 


6 


11,186 


8 


484 


7 


1,303 





9,399 


1 


10,389.8 


Wicomico 


12,630 





6,692 


4 


128 


1 


726 


3 


5,838 





5,937.6 


Worcester 


5,742 





2,693 


2 






310 


.4 


2,382 


8 


3,048.8 



TABLE 



Average Number of Pupils Attending: Precent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 






Average Number of 


Pupils Attending 














Percent 


of Attendance 








Elementary 


Secondary 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Grand 
Total 


Total 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder— 

ga r t e n 


Grades 
1-6 


Total 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


Total State 


734,492 


. 5 


378 ,444 


2 




•jq nn9 7 


335,399 


4 


356,048 


. 3 


91.5 


93 


. 7 


OO t u 


91 


6 


94 


. 1 


89.2 


Allegany 


13,578 


.4 


6.673 


6 


- 


757.9 


5,915 


7 


6,904 


8 


93.4 


93 


.9 


- 


91 


5 


94 


.3 


92.9 


Anne Arundel 


68,824 


. 2 


34 , 798 


. 2 




Q7T 9 


30,825 





34,026 


.0 


92.9 


94 


.4 




92 


3 


94 


. 7 


91.3 


Baltimore City 


124,221 


1 


68,129 


.4 




Q ) OOU ■ J 


59.026 


6 


56.091 


. 7 


85.8 


90 


.8 




88 


5 


91 


.4 


80.4 


Baltimore 


99,006 


9 


48,380 


2 


9 1 "X 


A ft ^7 A 


43,501 


5 


50,626 


7 


92.4 


94 


.1 


ft 7 


91 


.8 


94 


.4 


90. 7 


Calvert 


7,048 


3 


3,714 


2 






3, 292 


7 


3,334 


1 


92.3 


94 


.3 




92 


. 2 


94 


. 6 


91.0 


Caroline 


4 , 526 


1 


2, 299 


5 


- 


258.0 


2,041 


5 


2, 226 


6 


94.6 


95 


. 7 


- 




rj 

D 


95 


. 9 


93.4 


Carroll 


18,680 


9 


9,889 


1 






8,788 


1 


8,791 


8 


93.0 


94 


.3 




92 


3 


94 


. 6 


91.6 


Cecil 


11.970 


7 


6,403 


3 




731 . 2 


5,672 


1 


5,567 


5 


92.3 


94 


.0 




91 


6 


94 


.4 


90.4 


Charles 


15,823 


8 


8,171 


6 


34 . 4 




7,702 


5 


7,652 


2 


Q 9 


94 


.5 


90. 5 


92 


6 


94 


.7 


ft Q 


Dorchester 


5,083 


3 


2, 599 


3 






2,367 


7 


2,484 





93.3 


94 


. 9 




92 


5 


95 


. 1 


91.6 


Frederick 


21,633 


4 


11 , 771 


4 


- 


1,381.1 


10,390 


3 


9,862 





92.3 


94 


1 


- 


92 


4 


94 


3 


90.3 


Garrett 


5.194 


5 


2,935 


5 






2.608 


1 


2,259 





93.8 


94 


.6 




91 


7 


94 


.9 


92.7 


Harford 


30,661 


6 


16,233 


8 




1 816.8 


14,417 





14,427 


.8 


93.4 


94 


.7 




92 


9 


94 


.9 


92.0 


Howard 


23,958 


4 


12,360 


8 




1 907 


11,063 


3 


11,597 


.6 




94 


8 




92 


9 


95 


.1 


Q9 n 


Kent 


2,915 


8 


1,425 


3 


- 


184.1 


1,241 


2 


1,490 


5 


93.3 


95 





- 


92 


2 


95 


.5 


91.7 


Montgomery 


99,472. 


2 


48,916 


4 


636.7 


5,026.2 


43,253 


5 


50,555 


8 


93.2 


94 


7 


87.4 


93 


1 


95 


.0 


91.8 


Prince George's 


121,565. 


7 


62,475. 


3 


314.2 


6,117.1 


56,044 





59,090 


4 


92.0 


94 


2 


88.4 


91 


4 


94 


5 


89.8 


Oiippn Annc» ' c 


4,410 


7 


2,218. 


4 




235.9 


1,982. 


5 


2,192 


3 


92.6 


94 


5 




93 


2 


94 


7 


90.8 


St. Mary's 


11,044. 





5,944. 


4 


175.4 


395.2 


5,373. 


8 


5,099 


6 


92.2 


94 


4 


91.2 


92 


9 


94 


6 


89.7 


Somerset 


3.467.4 


1,776. 


2 


89.8 


217.2 


1,469. 


2 


1,691 


2 


92.8 


94 


6 


91.5 


93 


7 


94 


9 


91.0 


Talbot 


3,944. 


7 


1,839. 


5 




204.8 


1,634. 


7 


2,105 


2 


93.6 


94 


8 




93 


2 


95 





92.6 


Washington 


20,132. 


2 


10,548. 


3 


419.2 


1,199.2 


8,929. 


9 


9,583 


9 


93.3 


94 


3 


86.5 


92 





95 





92.2 


! Wicomico 


11,898 


3 


6,372. 





117.0 




5,580. 


3 


5,526 


3 


94.2 


95.2 


91.3 


92. 


9 


95 


6 


93.1 


Worcester 


5,429 


9 


2,568. 


5 




290.3 


2,278. 


2 


2.861 


4 


94.6 


95 


4 




93 


5 


95 


6 


93.9 



r 



TABLE 

28 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1978 



Pupil 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 

li 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 

II 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset !! 


Talbot 


Washington ! 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


918 


22 


78 


139 


115 


9 


5 


17 


17 


18 


9 


24 


13 


28 


27 


5 


133 


16 3 


5 


18 


9 


7 


32 


17 


8 


30 or less 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 














" 


■ 


■ 


2 


~ 


~ 


■ 


~ 


31 - 60 


13 


- 


- 


3 


I 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 




: 




~ 






1 






~ 




2 


~ 


2 


61 - 90 


15 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 




1 




1 




1 


4 






1 




1 


1 




91 - 120 


12 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 






3 


1 


1 


1 


1 




I 


2 


1 


121 - 150 


12 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


2 








1 


3 




■ 


" 


1 








151 - 180 


25 


2 


3 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


I 


2 


1 




1 


2 


1 




3 


2 






■ 




181 - 210 


25 


1 


4 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


" 




1 


4 


2 


1 




I 


I 


3 


1 




211 - 240 


36 


1 


1 


3 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


- 


8 


4 




~ 


~ 


~ 


1 


1 




241 - 270 


36 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


9 


5 


~ 


3 




1 


5 


■ 


1 


271 - 300 


53 


1 


3 


7 


5 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


2 


15 


6 


1 


2 




3 


2 


1 




301 - 330 


38 


2 


6 


3 


5 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


2 


1 


I 


1 


- 


8 


5 


- 




- 




1 






331 - 360 


56 


3 


2 


1 


7 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


12 


18 


- 


- 


1 


- 


5 


- 


2 


361 - 390 


60 


3 


6 


6 


9 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


7 


- 


7 


12 




1 


~ 




2 


1 


2 


391 - 420 


68 




3 


6 


16 


- 




3 


2 




" 


1 


■ 


2 


2 




12 


14 


\ 


4 




\ 


3 






421 - 450 


84 


4 


1 1 


1 1 


8 




1 




1 


1 




2 




1 


3 




12 


22 




2 


1 




2 


2 




451 - 480 


67 


1 


3 


1 


10 


I 






3 


2 


1 


1 


I 


1 


4 




8 


20 


1 


1 








2 




481 - 510 


50 




3 


10 


6 


2 








1 




1 




2 


1 




6 


14 




1 








3 




511 - 540 


58 


1 


5 


10 


9 






2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 




8 


13 










I 






541 - 570 


44 


1 


6 


5 


4 


1 


2 




1 


1 




2 




2 


2 




4 


8 


1 






1 


2 


1 




571 - 600 


35 




4 


11 


5 




1 


1 


1 


2 




I 




2 






4 


3 
















601 - 660 


50 




4 


15 


9 






3 




1 




2 




2 


1 




5 


7 










1 






661 - 720 


30 




2 


14 


3 


1 




1 








2 




3 






4 


















721 - 780 


18 




5 


7 


2 






1 








1 




2 
























781 - 840 


9 


1 




3 


1 






1 




1 




























2 




841 - 900 


6 




2 


I 








1 








2 




























901 - 960 


1 






1 












































961 - 1,020 


3 






2 




















1 
























1,021 - 1,080 


4 






3 




















1 
























1,081 - 1,140 


2 






I 




















1 
























1,141 - 1,200 




















































1,201 - over 


4 






3 




















1 

























^Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Pupil Membership: September 30, 1978 



TABLE 

29 



Pupil 

Membership 


All Schools 1 


Allegany 


Anne Arunde 1 


Baltimore City 


Bal timore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 




Charles 


Dorchester | 


Frederick | 


Garrett j 


Harford | 


•a 

15 
O 
X 


CD 


Montgomery 


Prince George ' s j 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


o 

a 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Ail Scnoois 








o 




DU 




J 


A 


1 9 

JL L 


10 




o 


14 




1 3 


20 


3 


J J 


6 3 




3 




4 


14 


7 


7 


50 or less 




4 






z 


1 








- 






1 






- 


- 












- 








51 - 100 




4 




1 


2 




























1 
1 








- 








101 - 150 





































1 










- 








151 - 200 




2 






1 










- 












- 


1 












- 








ZUi - ZjU 




















- 












- 


- 












- 








- jUU 




1, 






1 
1 










- 




1 








- 


- 












1 








■^ni - "^sn 
















1^ 




- 






]^ 






- 


- 






1 






- 






1^ 


"^Sl - LOCi 

J J i HUW 




7 






2^ 










1 






1^ 






- 


- 








1 




I 












5 






]^ 










- 




1^ 








- 


- 










1 


- 








451 - 500 




14 


1 




\ 










2 




\ 




1 




4 


- 






1 






- 




1 




501 - 600 




28 


1 


1 




1 








2 


2 






1 


1 


4 


1 


3 


3 






1 




1 


1 


4 


601 - 700 




36 


2 


2 


3 


1 




1 




- 




1 


5 






2 


- 


3 


8 




1 


1 


- 


3 






701 - 800 




39 


1 


1 


1 


2 






1 


1 


2 






1 


1 


2 




8 


9 


1 


3 




1 


3 


- 


1 


801 - 900 




40 




3 


3 


6 


1 






1 


2 




1 






1 


- 


4 


13 








- 




2 




901 - 1,000 




33 




3 


1 


7 




1 




- 






2 






1 


- 


7 


5 






1 


- 


3 






1,001 - 1,100 




28 




2 


1 


5 


2 






1 


1 


1 




1 




1 


- 


3 


4 




1 




- 


1 


1 


1 


1,101 - 1,200 




34 


1 


5 


4 


6 








1 












4 


1 


5 


4 








1 








1,201 - 1,30C 




17 


1 




4 


3 








1 






I 




3 


- 


- 


1 


1 












2 




1,301 - 1,400 




16 




2 


1 


3 


1 






- 


1 




1 






1 


- 


5 






1 




- 








1,401 - 1,500 




16 


1 


2 


2 


3 








- 










1 


- 




5 






1 






1 






1,501 - 1,600 




16 




2 


4 


3 










1 








2 


* 




1 


3 
















1,601 - 1,700 




7 








2 
























2 


1 


1 








1 






1,701 - 1,800 




8 






2 


3 










1 














1 


1 
















1,801 - 1,900 




6 




1 


2 


1 
























1 


1 
















1,901 - 2,000 




7 






2 


1 






1 


















2 


1 
















2,001 - 2,100 




11 




4 


3 


2 


























2 
















2,101 - 2,200 




7 






4 




























3 
















2,201 - 2,300 




3 




1 


2 












































2,301 - 2,400 




2 




2 














































2,401 - 2,500 




3 






1 








1 




















1 
















2,501 - over 




5 






2 
















1 




1 








1 

















*Includes middle schools. 



STAFF DATA 




TABLE 



Number of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 




Local Unit 


1968-69 


1969- 


70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972- 


73 


1973- 


74 


1974-75 


1975- 


76 


1976- 


77 


1977-78 


1978- 


79 




42,365 


.4 


44 856 


. 


45,753 


.9 


46,502 


.1 


46 514 


• J 






47,745 


.2 


HI , 07 J 


n 




o 
■ o 


48,279 


.9 


HO , JU J 


. J 


Allegany 


792 


2 


793 


.6 


838 


. 3 


837 


. 9 


855 


.5 


851 


.2 


852 


. 3 


850 


.0 


837 


.5 


834 


. 5 


847 


.0 


Anne Arundel 


3 , 219 


.6 


3,435 


.8 


3,499 


. 5 


3 , 689 


. 7 


3,767 


.5 


4,015 


.8 


3,982 


. 9 


4,114 


.8 


4,199 


.0 


4 , 208 


. 9 


4,231 


.9 


ijaJLLUuure ^icy 


8, 816 


.6 


10 223 


. 


9, 140 


. 8 


8, 929 





8 478 


. 


9 106 


. 


8,532 





8 684 


.0 


9 144 


.0 


8 , 990 


.4 


8 579 


_ 9 


Baltimore 


6.350 


1 


6,660 


5 


7,057 


.6 


7,335 


7 


7,214 


6 


*7,051 


.1 


7,092 


2 


6,992 


1 


7,011 


.1 


7,057 


3 


6,932 


.3 


Calvert 


246 


6 


255 


7 


252 


3 


292 


5 


314 


.5 


337 





352 


2 


383 


6 


404 


.1 


432 


8 


448 


.5 


Caroline 


262 


5 


267 


8 


279 


. 7 


267 


5 


264 


.0 


280 


.0 


280 


9 


283 


.3 


293 





O Q1 


Q 

o 


288 


.8 


Carroll 


749 


3 


767 


.5 


782 





851 


9 


927 


.6 


970 


.4 


1,013 





1,002 





1,035 


.3 


1,058 


2 


1,103 


.7 


ueciJ. 


610 


8 




n 
u 


552 


6 


578 


5 


Ann 


c: 


634 


5 


641 


8 


649 




658 


2 


693 


.0 


728 


_ 5 


Charles 


567 


5 


603 


9 


615 


2 


714 


9 


741 


5 


784 


6 


844 





869 


.5 


900 


9 


960 





1,013 


.5 


Dorchester 


306 


7 


304 


3 


331 


5 


321 


3 


328 


5 


341 


.5 


355 





364 


.4 


349 


5 


371 


.3 


376 


.2 


Frederick 


1,029 





986 


9 


1,082 


1 


984 


9 


1,045 


7 


1,086 





1, 138 


3 


1,152 


.3 


1,123 


4 


1 , 245 


5 


1,333 


.5 


Garrett 


251 


2 


263 


2 


279 


7 


276 


5 


283 





298 





306 





324 


.0 


317 


.5 


320 


1 


327 


.2 


Harford 




7 


1 , 399 


c 

D 




c: 
J 


1 533 





± , Jul 


J. 


J. , D o / 


g 


1,817 


5 











1,889 


3 


1 900 


g 


Howard 


698 


5 


789 


5 


844 


3 


951 


1 


1,085 


5 


1,169 


4 


1,258 


.4 


1,348 


.0 


1,394 


.5 


1,440 


5 


1^503 


5 


Kent 


201 


7 


211 


4 


206 


2 


209 


1 


213 





210 


5 


217 


5 


217 


5 


204 


7 


201 





199 


8 


Montgomery 


6,290 


2 


6,735 


4 


6,531 


5 


6,869 





6,886 


5 


7,138 


7 


7,058 


8 


6,882 





6,962 





6,728 


9 


6,728 


7 


Prince George's 


7,467 





7,286 





8,444 


7 


8,300 





8,303 





8,072 


2 


8,083 


2 


8,061 


4 


7,921 


1 


7,653 





7,823 


1 


Queen Anne ' s 


245 


2 


230 


8 


239 


9 


237 


3 


243 


5 


246 


4 


249 





250 





255 





270 





276 





St. Mary's 


450 


9 


511 


6 


557 


9 


600 


6 


554 


2 


605 


3 


636 





668 


4 


680 


7 


686 





721 


9 


Somerset 


208 


5 


217 


3 


232 


7 


224 





219 





222 





230 





229 





242 





252 


5 


254 


5 


Talbot • 


237 





244 


9 


264 


7 


276 





287 





297 





305 





307 





301 





296 





294 





Washington 


1,086 


6 


1,117 





1,139 


5 


1,143 





1,247 


6 


1,237 


8 


1,267 


9 


1,283 


5 


1,291 





1,226 





1,221 





Wicomico 


626. 


6 


674 


9 


731 


2 


721 





729 





738 


4 


743 


4 


761 


2 


770 


5 


781 


5 


782 





Worcester 


329 


4 


336 


4 


334 


5 


357 


7 


364 


2 


378 


9 


387 


9 


386 


2 


401 


7 


391. 


4 


387 


2 



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



TABLE 




Ntimber of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 



Local Unit 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970- 


71 


1971- 


72 


1972- 


73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976- 


77 


1977-78 


1978-79 


XUX.a± auauc 


22,367 





23,546 


3 


24,048 


1 


23,646 


7 


23 247 


1 


23,895 


3 


24,102 


6 


23,484 


6 


23 , 476 


9 


22,668 


4 


22,670.0 


Allegany 


365 


6 


363 


9 


384 


5 


385 


2 


397 





393 


2 


394 


3 


386 


5 


379 





381 





389.5 


Anne Arundel 


1,827 


1 


1,935 


2 


1,980 





1,901 





1,909 





2,033 


7 


1,994 


1 


1,978 


1 


2,015 


5 


1,859 


6 


1,952.9 


Baltimore City 


4,779 


3 


5,522 





4 864 


3 


4 714 


Q 


4 404 


g 


4,662 





4,817 





4,673 





4 , 930 





4.565 


5 


4,432. 3 


Baltimore 


3,174 


5 


3,341 


5 


3^360 


.4 


3,475 


7 


3,349 


1 


*3,301 


5 


3,304 


6 


3,145 


1 


3,037 


9 


3,045 


7 


2,987.8 


Calvert 


128 


6 


137 


1 


126 


4 


151 





144 


5 


158 





172 


8 


208 


9 


187 


6 


228 


1 


204.5 


Caroline 


131 


7 


131 





138 


.2 


132 





128 


5 


138 


.3 


137 


3 


133 


3 


143 


8 


142 


9 


141.4 ' 


Carroll 


388 


6 


385 


1 


413 





440 


8 


502 


.5 


513 


5 


529 


6 


544 


2 


501 


4 


443 


2 


467.1 


Cecil 


291 


6 


255 


5 


jij -J 


. 8 


260 


5 


9Q'^ 
^yo 


Q 


336 





337 


8 


337 


9 


331 


8 


318 





371. 2 


Charles 


324 


2 


313 


1 


348 


1 


391 


5 


361 


.5 


431 


6 


400 


5 


394 





400 





422 





457.0 


Dorchester 


151 


5 


144 


9 


152 


.5 


149 


8 


158 


5 


165 


3 


174 


8 


183 


4 


173 


1 


185 





187.9 


Frederick 


513 





527 





581 


.7 


529 


4 


560 


6 


578 


3 


595 


5 


600 





599 


5 


709 


5 


709.8 1 


Garrett 


133 


3 


140 


4 


154 


9 


153 





163 





163 


2 


173 





188 





180 


7 


183 


7 


182.7 


nan u l q 


828 


7 


804 


3 


819 


_ 9 


852 


2^ 


845 




831 


5 


912 


8 


912 


9 


906 


2 


895 


9 


856.8 ' 


Howard 


313 







r 
J 


395 


4 


500 


2 


501 





OZ.L 


Q 




Q 


606 


J 


638 


2 


630 


y 


668.0 


Kent 


99 


7 


111 





110 


7 


109 


8 


110 





111 





112 


5 


113 





107 


5 


108 





105.5 


Montgomery 


3,162 


4 


3,416 


9 


3,185 


5 


3,229 


1 


3,203 


9 


3,398 


5 


3,351 


6 


3,055 


3 


3,069 


1 


2.944 


9 


2.862.3 


Prince George's 


4,195 





4,026 





5,038 


7 


4,532 





4.481 


5 


4,228 


9 


4,207 


9 


4,129 


7 


4,028 


4 


3,808 


4 


3,883.2 


Queen Anne's 


106 


2 


101 


4 


105 





116 


7 


114 


5 


120 





125 





125 





130 


.5 


131 


2 


137.1 


St. Mary's 


227 


9 


276 





331 


9 


292 


6 


261 


2 


291 


9 


299 





313 


6 


315 


9 


323 





334.7 


Somerset 


104 


1 


103 


5 


104 





106 





99 





97 





105 





110 





103 





111 


5 


128.5 


Talbot 


109 


2 


110 


4 


122 





128 





132 


5 


139 





139 


8 


138 





128 





121 


5 


118.5 ' 


Washington 


520 


4 


538 


5 


535 


6 


564 





572 


6 


609 


3 


589 


2 


634 





598 





536 


5 


524,0 I 


Wicomico 


325 


2 


341 


2 


374 


8 


368 





372 





382 


7 


382 


2 


379 


5 


370 


4 


381 


3 


379.8 1 


Worcester 


166 


2 


168 


9 


166 


8 


164 


3 


182 


3 


189 





196 


4 


194 


5 


201 


4 


191 


3 


187.5 1 



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



i 



TABLE 



Number of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 




Local Unit 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970- 


71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


' 1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977- 


78 


1978- 


79 




19.998 


4 


21,309 


7 


21,705 


8 


22,855 


4 


23,267 


4 


23,865 




23,642 


6 


24,408 


.4 


25,068 


9 


25 611 


_ 5 


25 633 


_ 3 


Allegany 


426 


6 


429 


7 


453 


8 


452 


7 


458 


5 


458 





458 





463 


5 


458 


5 


453 


5 


457 


.5 


Anne Arundel 


1,392 


5 


1,500 


6 


1,519 


5 


1,788 


7 


1,858 


5 


1,982 


1 


1.988 


8 


2,136 


7 


2,183 


5 


2,349 


3 


2,279 


.0 


Rfllt-imnTP Pi t'v 

u a J. L- X iu\j L c \j A. \- y 


4,037 


3 


4,701 





4 , 276 


5 


4,215 





4,074 





4,444 





3,815 





4,011 


.0 


4.214 





4,424 


9 


4 147 


. 6 


Baltimore 


3,175 


6 


3,319 





3,697 


2 


3,860 





3,865 


5 


*3,749 


6 


3,787 


.6 


3,847 





3.973 


7 


4,011 


6 


3,944 


.5 


Calvert 


118 





118 


6 


125 


9 


141 


5 


170 





179 





179 


4 


174 


7 


216 


5 


204 


7 


244 


.0 


Caroline 


130 


8 


136 


8 


141 


5 


135 


5 


135 


5 


141 


7. 


143 


.6 


150 





149 


.2 


148 


.9 


147 


4 


Carroll 


360 


7 


382 


4 


369 


.0 


411 


1 


425 


1 


456 


.9 


483 


.4 


457 


8 


533 


9 


615 


.0 


636 


.6 


Cecil 


319 


2 


283 


5 


298 


.8 


318 





307 


5 


298 


.5 


304 





311 


5 


326 


4 


375 


. 


357 


3 


Charles 


243 


3 


290 


8 


267 


.1 


323 


4 


380 





353 





443 


5 


475 


5 


500 


9 


538 


.0 


556 


.5 


Dorchester 


155 


2 


159 


4 


179 





171 


5 


170 





176 


2 


180 


2 


181 





176 


4 


186 


.3 


188 


3 


Frederick 


516 





459 


9 


500 


4 


455 


5 


485 


1 


507 


7 


542 


8 


552 


3 


523 


9 


536 





623 


7 


Garrett 


117 


9 


122 


8 


124 


8 


123 


5 


120 





134 


8 


133 





136 





136 


8 


136 


4 


144 


5 


Harford 


493 





595 


3 


695 




680 


9 


715 


7 


856 


3 


904 


7 


916 


5 


941 


4 


993 


4 


1 , 043 


3 


Howard 




D 


JO 


n 
\j 


448 


9 




Q 




C 

J 




J 


DUO 


C 

J 




Q 
J 


/ JD 


J 


809 


8 


835 


5 


Kent 


102 





100 


4 


95 


5 


99 


3 


103 





99 


5 


105 





104 


5 


97 


2 


93 





94 


3 


Montgomery 


3,127 


8 


3,318 


5 


3,346 





3,639 


9 


3,682 


6 


3,740 


2 


3,707 


2 


3,826 


7 


3,892 


9 


3,784 





3,866 


4 


Prince George's 


3,272 





3,260 





3,406 





3,768 





3,821 


5 


3,843 


3 


3,875 


3 


3,931 


7 


3,892 


7 


3,844 


6 


3,939 


9 


Queen Anne ' s 


139 





129 


4 


134 


9 


120 


6 


129 





126 


4 


124 





125 





124 


5 


138 


8 


138 


9 


St. Mary's 


223 





235 


6 


226 





308 





293 





313 


4 


337 





354 


8 


364 


8 


363 





387 


2 


Somerset 


104 


4 


113 


8 


128 


7 


118 





120 





125 





125 





119 





139 





141 





126 





Talbot 


127 


8 


134 


5 


142 


7 


148 





154 


5 


158 





165 


2 


169 





173 





174 


5 


175 


5 


Washington 


566 


2 


578 


5 


603 


9 


579 





675 





628 


5 


678 


7 


649 


5 


693 





689 


5 


697 





Wicomico 


301 


4 


333 


7 


356 


4 


353 





357 





355 


7 


361 


2 


381 


7 


400 


1 


400.2 


402 


2 


Worcester 


163 


2 


167 


5 


167 


7 


193 


4 


181 


9 


189 


9 


191 


5 


191 


7 


200 


3 


200 


1 


199 


7 



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



TABLE 

Staff Employed In All Functions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Sec- 
retarial 

and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Noninstructional 


Instructional 


Total 


Prof ess- 


Other 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Directors , 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 

and 

Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Guidance, 
Media, and 
Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


Aides 


Total State 




Q 




Q 






1,004.2 


17 589. 


2 


55 918. 


(j 


900. 


5 


2,543. 





42,949 


8 


2,810. 


5 


6,714.7 


Allegany 


1,427. 


5 


68. 





354 


5 


18. 


336. 


5 


1,005. 





19. 





44. 





758 





45. 





139.0 


Anne Arundel 




q 


_) . 


5 


1 310 


5 


79.0 


1,231. 


5 


4, 779. 


9 


44 . 


5 


215 . 





3, 794 


4 


222. 


5 


503.5 


Baltimore City 




Q 
D 


u ^ <i . 


Q 


3 427 


]^ 


256.6 


3 170. 


5 


10 , 705 


4 


281 . 


g 


418. 


5 


7, 794 


7 


366. 


7 


1,843.6 


Baltimore 


in 

lU , J J z 


7 




Q 


, O i-D 




136.0 


2 480. 


\ 


7 306 


7 


63. 


9 


407 . 





5 ,975 


4 


549. 


9 


310.5 


Calvert 


/ oo 


f\ 
\j 







159 


J 


10.0 


149. 


5 


577 


5 


11 . 





27 . 





398. 







c: 
J 


118.0 


Caroline 


454 


6 


26 


3 


67 


5 


5 . 


62. 


5 


360 


8 


6. 





14. 





256 


8 


18. 





66.0 


Carroll 




2 


LKtJ 


g 


J J o 


3 


18.0 


340. 


3 


1 259 


3 


20. 


3 


53. 


2 


994 





56. 


5 


135.3 


Cecil 


1 249 


3 


75 


3 


273 


2 


11.9 


261. 


3 


900 


3 


13. 





38 





653 


5 


37. 





158.8 


Charles 


1 579 


g 


104 


5 


256 


\ 


18.0 


238. 


1 


1,219 





20. 


5 


51 . 





896 





66. 


5 


185.0 


Dorchester 


648 


3 


43 





79 


1 


6.6 


72. 


5 


526 


2 


7. 


5 


23. 


3 


327 


3 


25. 


6 


142.5 


Frederick 


2,135 


5 


139 


1 


421 


c 


27.0 


394. 


5 


1,574 


9 


34. 





69. 





1,199 


6 


64. 


9 


207.4 


Garrett 


525 


9 


31 


5 


63 


7 


7.5 


56 


2 


430 


7 


6. 


5 


20 





293 


7 


13. 


5 


97.0 


Harford 


3,236 


8 


185 


5 


865 


5 


34.0 


831. 


5 


2,185 


8 


38. 





92 





1,706 


8 


101 


8 


247.2 


Howard 


2,297 


5 


223 


5 


326 


5 


23.5 


303. 





1,747 


5 


35. 


5 


83 





1,308 


5 


112 





208.5 


Kent 


354 





21 





93 


5 


3.0 


90 


5 


239 


5 


6 


7 


13 





175 





11 


8 


33.0 


Montgomery 


11,621 


9 


874 


7 


2,862 


4 


151.5 


2,710 


9 


7,884 


8 


94 





336 





5,945 


5 


447 


2 


1,062.1 


Prince George's 


13,043 


5 


790 





3.744 


.6 


112.0 


3,632 


6 


8,508 


9 


115 


6 


417 





6,949 


.1 


457 





570.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


440 


7 


30 





91 


.4 


3.4 


88 





319 


3 


7 


3 


13 





253 


.0 


10 





36.0 


St. Mary's 


1,269 


4 


86 





337 


.3 


24.0 


313 


3 


846 


1 


18 





39 





632 


.4 


50 


5 


106.2 


Somerset 


448 





20 


5 


93 


.0 


6.0 


87 





334 


5 


10 





18 





226 


.5 


10 





70.0 


Talbot 


440 


3 


24 


3 


59 


.0 


7.0 


52 





357 





6 





18 





263 


.0 


13 





57.0 


Washington 


1,923 





109 





396 


.0 


28.0 


368 





1,418 





21 





65 





1,092 


.0 


64 





176.0 


Wicomico 


1,312 


6 


79 


2 


264 


.1 


12.2 


251 


9 


969 


3 


12 


4 


50 





709 


.2 


22 


8 


174.9 


Worcester 


562 


2 


27 





73 


.0 


6.0 


67 





462 


2 


8 





19 





347 


.4 


20 


8 


67.0 



Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

34 



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 


al State 


59,666. 


6 


49,203 


9 


900. 


6 


2,543 





42,949 


8 


1,196 


9 


1,343 


4 


53.0 


217 


2 


6,714 


y 


3,748 





Allegany 


1,056 





866 





19 





44 





758 





24. 





18 





- 


3 





139 





51 





Anne Arundel 


5,166 


4 


4,276 


4 


44. 


5 


215 





3,794 


4 


99. 


5 


101 





- 


) o 





503 


5 


386 


5 


Baltimore City 


11, 136 


4 


8,861. 


8 


281 


9 


418 


5 


7,794 


7 


153. 


1 


166 


6 




47 





1,843. 


6 


431 





Baltimore 


7,796 


5 


6,996. 


2 


63 


9 


407 





5,975 


4 


203. 


5 


273 


4 


45.0 


28 





310. 


5 


489 


8 


Calvert 


617 





459. 


5 


11. 





27 





398 





10 


5 


11 





- 


2 





118. 





39 


5 


Caroline 


380 


8 


294. 


8 


6. 





14 





256 


8 


9 





9 





- 




- 


66. 





20 





Carroll 


1 , 345 


6 


1,124. 





20. 


3 


53 


2 


994 





28 





25 







3 


5 


135. 


3 


86 


3 


Cecil 


954 


5 


741. 


5 


13. 





38 





653 


5 


16. 





19 





- 


2 





158. 


8 


54 


2 


Charles 


1,298 


5 


1,034. 





20. 


5 


51 





896 





24. 





37 





- 


5 


5 


185 





79 


5 


Dorchester 


554 


7 


383. 


7 


7. 


5 


23 


3 


327 


3 


11. 


1 


13 


5 


- 


1 





142. 


5 


28 


5 


Frederick 


1,680 


4 


1 , 367 . 


5 


34 . 


Q 


69 





1 199 


(. 

u 


34 . 


9 


26 









n 


907 


A 




3 


Garrett 


455. 


2 


333. 


7 


6. 


5 


20 





293 


7 


4. 





7 


5 


1 


1 





97. 





24 


5 


Harford 


2,322. 


3 


1,938. 


6 


38. 





92 





1,706 


8 


42. 


8 


53 







6 





Ikl. 


2 


136 


5 


Howard 


1,929. 





1,539. 





35. 


5 


83 





1,308 


5 


55. 





48 





- 


9 





208 


5 


181 


5 


Kent 


257. 


5 


206. 


5 


6. 


7 


13 





175 





7. 





4 


8 


- 






33 





18 





Montgomery 


8,551. 


5 


6,822. 


7 


94. 





336 





5,945 


5 


188. 


5 


218 


5 


1.0 


39 


2 


1,062 


1 


666 


7 


Prince George's 


9,164. 


9 


7,938. 


7 


115. 


6 


417 





6,949 


1 


192. 





226 





5.0 


34 





570 


2 


656 





Queen Anne * s 


343. 


3 


283. 


3 


7. 


3 


13 





253 





2. 


5 


6 


5 




1 





36. 





24 





St. Mary's 


910. 


1 


739. 


9 


18. 





39 





632 


4 


28. 


5 


18 





1.0 


3 





106. 


2 


64 





Somerset 


351. 





264. 


5 


10. 





18 





226 


5 


4. 





5 







1 





70. 





16 


5 


Talbot 


375. 





300. 





6. 





18 





263 





5. 





7 







1 





57. 





18 





Washington 


1,507. 





1,242. 





21. 





65 





1,092 





36. 





26 







2 





176 





89 





Wicomico 


1,028. 


8 


794. 


4 


12. 


4 


50 





709 


2 


7. 





14 


8 




1 





174 


9 


59 


5 


Worcester 


484. 


2 


395. 


2 


8. 





19 





347. 


4 


11. 


° 


8 


8 




1 





67 





22 






TABLE 




Staff Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



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 


29,668 


2 


23,093 


5 


423. 


5 


1,292. 


7 


20,356 


9 


707 


1 


174 


8 


24.5 


114 





4,903 


5 


1,671.2 


Allegany 


D JO 






KJ 


Q 


-> 




u 


J J / 


u 


1 9 
1 Z 


r\ 

yj 








1 


5 


Iji 


C 
J 


25.5 


Anne Arundel 


2,537 


9 


1,971 


4 


18. 


5 


99 





1,778 


6 


63 


3 


1 







11 





406 


5 


160.0 


Baltimore City 


6,052 


2 


4,566 


7 


134. 


4 


229 


5 


4,080 


7 


94 


6 


4 





- 


23 


5 


1,270 





215.5 


Baltimore 


3,342 


2 


3,011 


2 


23. 


4 


217 


5 


2,529 


9 


110 


5 


93 


9 


22.0 


14 





107 


5 


223.5 


Calvert 


337 





210 


5 


6. 





15 





182 





6 


5 




- 


- 


1 





103 





23.5 


Caroline 


zuy 


/, 




H 


•3 

J . 


A 
U 


C 
J 


u 


in 

-L J i 




C 

D 


u 






- 






58 





7.0 


Carroll 


644 


5 


476 


8 


9. 


7 


23 


5 


425 


3 


14 


8 




_ 


— 


3 


5 


129 


8 ^ 


37.9 


Cecil 


531 


8 


378 





6. 


8 


18. 





344 


5 


6 


5 





7 




] 


5 


130 


1 ^ 


23.7 , 


Charles 


662 


5 


467 





10. 





20. 





409 





13 





11 





- 


4 





152 





43.5 1 


Dorchester 


334 


3 


191 





3. 


1 


11 


3 


170 


2 


6 


1 




- 


- 





3 


128 


5 


14.8 1 


Frederick 


926 


8 


725 


8 


16. 





39 


4 


646 


4 


22 


4 








1 


6 


146 


6 


54.4 ' 


Garrett 


285 


9 


185 


7 


3. 





13 


2 


167 


6 





4 





5 


0.5 





5 


87 


2 


13.0 


Harford 


1,122 


5 


873 


8 


17. 





53 





761 





27 


8 


12 







3 





20C 


2 


48.5 ' 


Howard 


928 





682 





14. 





35. 





601 


5 


27 











4 


5 


170. 


5 


75.5 


Kent 


141 


5 


108 


5 


3. 





7 


5 


91 


5 


5 





1 


5 








24 





9.0 ■ 

f 


Montgomery 


3,786 


8 


2,909 


3 


47. 





165. 





2,551 


1 


113 


1 


13. 





0.5 


19 


6 


594 


4 


283.1 ' 


Prince George's 


4,704 


7 


3,940 





56. 


8 


208 





3,493 


2 


131 





33 





1.0 


17 





477 


7 


287.0 


wUCCLl Ail LLC o 


178 


7 


140 


7 


3. 


6 


5. 


5 


129 








8 


1. 


3 







5 


29 


5 


0.5 


St. Mary's 


465 


4 


343 


2 


8. 


5 


17 


5 


297 


4 


17 


3 






0.5 


2 





95 


2 


27.0 


Somerset 


213 





134 





5. 


5 


12. 





114 


5 






1. 







1 





69 





10.0 


Talbot 


186 


5 


121 





2 


5 


8. 


5 


108 





1 


5 











5 


56 





9.5 ' 


Washington 


711 


5 


535 





11. 





31. 





469 





22 











2 





143 





33.5 


Wicomico 


559 


8 


385 


8 


6. 





31. 


2 


348 


1 















5 


146 


8 


27.2 


Worcester 


247 


3 


192 


7 


5. 


2 


8 


1 


170 





6 


5 


1. 


9 




1 





44 


5 


10.1 




Staff Employed in Instructional Function: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

36 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
All Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 


Professional Staff 


Aides 


Secretaries 
ana 
Clerks 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents , 
Directors, 

and 
Supervisors 


Principals 

and 

Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Aud io— 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


ptal State 




A 


26 110 




477 




1 250 


3 


22 592 


9 


489 


3 


1 168 


g 


28.5 


103 


2 


1,811 


2 


2,076.8 


Allegany 


498 





467 





9 


5 


25 





401 





12 





18 







1 


5 


5 


5 


25.5 


1 Anne Arundel 


2 628 


5 


2 , 305 





26 


Q 


116 





2,015 


8 


36 


2 


100 





_ 


11 





97 





226.5 


1 Baltimore City 


5 084 


2 


4 295 


l 


147 


5 


189 





3,714 





58 


5 


162 




- 


23 


5 


573 


6 


£. i J . J 


1 Baltimore 


4 454 


3 


3 985 


Q 


40 


5 


189 


5 


3 ,445 


5 


93 





179 


5 


23.0 


14 





203 





266.3 


1 Calvert 


280 





249 





5 





12 





216 





4 





11 





- 


1 





15 





16.0 


1 Caroline 


171 


4 


150 


4 


3 





9 





125 


4 


4 





9 











8 





13.0 


1 Carroll 


7 Al 
/Ui . 


1 
1 


647 


2 






29 


7 


568 


7 


13 


2 


25 





- 






5 


5 


48.4 


1 Cecil 


422 


7 


363 


5 




2 


20 





309 





9 


5 


18 


3 


- 


0.5 


28 


7 




1 Charles 


636 





567 





10 


5 


31 





487 





11 





26 





- 


1 


5 


33 





36.0 


1 Dorchester 


220 


4 


192 


7 


4 


4 


12 





157 


1 


5 





13 


5 


- 





7 


14 





13.7 


1 Frederick 


753 


6 


641 


7 


18 





29 


6 


553 


2 


12 


5 


26 







2 


4 


60 


8 


51.1 


1 Garrett 


169 


3 


148 





3 


5 


6 


8 


126 


1 


3 


6 


7 





0.5 





5 


9 


8 


11.5 


r" Harford 


1,199 


8 


1,064 


8 


21 





39 





945 


8 


15 





41 





- 


3 





47 





88.0 


1 Howard 


1,001. 





857 





21 


5 


48 





707 





28 





48 





- 


4 


5 


38 





106.0 


Kent 


116. 





98 





3 


7 


5 


5 


83 


5 


2 





3 


3 


- 






9 





9.0 


Montgomery 


4,764. 


7 


3,913 


4 


47 





171 





3,394 


4 


75 


4 


205 


5 


0.5 


19 


6 


467 


7 


383.6 


Prince George's 


4,460 


2 


3,998 


7 


58 


8 


209 





3,455 


9 


61 





193 





4.0 


17 





92 


5 


369. 


1 Queen Anne ' s 


164 


6 


142 


6 


3 


7 


7 


5 


124 





1 


7 


5 


2 







5 


6 


5 


15.5 


St. Mary's 


444 


7 


396 


7 


9 


5 


21 


5 


335 





11 


2 


18 





0.5 


1 





11 





37.0 


Somerset 


138 





130 


5 


4 


5 


6 





112 





4 





4 











1 





6.5 


Talbot 


188 


5 


179 





3 


5 


9 


5 


155 





3 


5 


7 










5 


1 





8.5 


Washington 


795 


.5 


707 





10 





34 





623 





14 





26 












33 





55.5 


Wicomico 


469 





408 


6 


6 


4 


18 


8 


361 


1 


7 





14 


8 




5 


28 


1 


32.3 


Worcester 


236 


9 


202 


5 


2 


8 


10 


9 


177 


4 


4 


5 


6 


9 








22 




11.9 



ll 



TABLE 

J / Secretarial and Clerical Personnel Employed in Instructional Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Grades Prek.-12 


Grades Prek.-6 


Grades 7-12 


Total 


Central 
Office 


In 
Schools 


Total 


Central 
Office 


In 

Schools 


Total 


Central 
Office 


In 
Schools 


Total State 


3,748 


.0 


639 


8 


3,108 


2 


1,671 


2 


314 


1 


1,357 


.1 


2,076 


.8 


325 


.7 


1,751 


.1 


Allegany 







14 


Q 


J / 


n 
u 


Z J 




7 


C 
J 


1 H 


n 
U 


9 


c 
3 


D 


. 5 


19 


. 


Anne Arundel 


386 


5 


50 





J JO 


e: 

D 


1 f\C\ 
XDU 


(\ 


9 *\ 


u 


1 J J 


• u 


9 9 A 
Z ZD 


3 


I J 


. U 


ZU-L 


3 


Baltimore City 


431 





96 





J J J 


Q 


i- J 


t; 


n't 


J 


1 71 

1/1 


u 


Z 1 J 


3 


31 


c 

. J 


104 


U 


Baltimore 


489 


8 


43 


■ 


446 


8 


223 


5 


15 





208 


5 


266 


3 


28 


.0 


238 


.3 


Calvert 


39 


5 


7 





32 


5 


23 


5 


3 


5 


20 





16 


.0 


3 


.5 


12 


5 


Caroline 


20 





3 





\-j 


Q 


-J 




2 




C 
J 


u 


1 J 


u 


1 
1 


u 


1 9 
1 Z 


U 


Carroll 


86 


3 


\ \ 


9 


74 




J / 


Q 


D 


A 
U 


1 1 
J i 


Q 






C 

3 


Q 




c 
3 


Cecil 


54 


2 


g 





48 


2 


9*^ 


7 


•3 
J 




zu 


7 




3 


o 
J 


U 


Z / 


3 


Charles 


79 


5 


13 


5 


66 





43 


5 


9 


5 


34 





36 





4 





32 





Dorchester 


28 


5 


5 


5 


23 





14 


8 


2 


8 


12 





13 


7 


2 


7 


11 


, 


Frederick 


105 


_> 




J 


ou 


n 
\j 


_>»+ 


A 




2 


41 


2 


31 


1 
1 


1 9 




JO 


Q 

O 


Garrett 


9 A 


c 

D 


7 


u 




c 
J 


1 "X 

Lj 


u 


J 


c 
J 


Q 
7 


c 
D 


1 1 


c 

J 


3 


5 


8 





Ha r f o rd 


136 


5 


14 





122 


5 


48 


5 


7 





41 


5 


88 





7 





81 





Howard 


181 


5 


29. 





152 


5 


75 


5 


14 


5 


61 





106 





14 


5 


91 


5 


Kent 


18 





6. 





12 





9 





3 





6 





9 





3 





6 





Montgomery 


666 


7 


164. 


9 


501. 


8 


283 


1 


82 


4 


200 


7 


383 


6 


82 


5 


301 


1 


Prince George's 


656 





97. 





559. 





287. 





48 


5 


238 


5 


369 





48 


5 


320 


5 


Queen Anne's 


24 





3 





21. 





8. 


5 


1 


5 


7 





15 


5 


1 


5 


14 





St. Mary's 


64 





16. 





48. 





27. 





8. 





19 





37 





8 





29. 





Somerset 


16 


5 


5. 


5 


11. 





10. 





3. 





7 





6 


5 


2 


5 


4. 





Talbot 


18. 





3. 





15. 





9. 


5 


1. 


5 


8 





8 


5 


1 


5 


7. 





Washington 


89. 





7. 





82. 





33. 


5 


3. 


5 


30. 





55. 


5 


3. 


5 


52. 





Wicomico 


59. 


5 


8. 





51. 


5 


27. 


2 


3. 


7 


23. 


5 


32. 


3 


4. 


3 


28. 





Worcester 


22. 





4. 





18. 





10. 


1 


2. 





8. 


1 


11. 


9 


2. 





9. 


9 



Staff Employed in Noninstructional Function: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

38 



Local Unit 


Total 






Administration 






Pupil Personnel 


Health Services 


Super- 
intendents 

and 
Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 
Personnel 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Total State 


19,688 


3 


62 





426 


2 


546 




358 


9 


3.1 


2.2 


289 . 9 


Allegany 


371 


5 


2 





7 





13 





5 





- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,419 


5 


3 





22 





42 


5 


36 







— 


— 


Baltimore City 


3,618 


1 


11 





102 





34 





119 


6 


3.0 






Baltimore 


2,736 


2 


10 





63 





59 





34 







1.0 


51.6 


Calvert 


171 





1 





4 





10 





4 









1.0 


Caroline 


73 


8 


2 













1 





- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


377 


6 


1 





7 





6 





6 





— 




15.0 


Cecil 


294. 


8 


1 





4 





3 





4 









4.0 


Charles 


281 . 


1 


3 





3 





15 


2 


8 











Dorchester 


93. 


6 


2 








6 






2 









2.9 


Frederick 


455. 


1 


2 





9 





9 


5 


8 





- 


- 


2.0 


Garrett 


70. 


7 


2 





1 


5 


3 





2 









1.0 


Harford 


914. 


5 


2 





12 





6 


7 


8 





0.1 




41.1 


Howard 


368. 


5 


2 





8 


5 


15 





8 









20.0 


Kent 


96. 


5 


1 








5 


3 








5 


_ 






Montgomery 


3,070. 


4 


3 





103 





173 


7 


42 


5 








Prince George's 


3,878 


6 


5 





45 





113 





49 







1.0 


120.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


97 


4 


1 
















7 






5.0 


St. Mary's 


359 


3 


1 





9 


7 


2 





7 









2.0 


Somerset 


97 





1 





1 









2 









1.0 


Talbot 


65 


3 


2 





1 









2 









1.0 


Washington 


416 





1 





17 





30 





5 











Wicomico 


283 


8 


2 





4 


4 


8 





3 


6 




0.2 


19.3 


Worcester 


78 





1 





1 









1 









3.0 



(continued) 



TABLE 

38 



Staff Employed in Noninstructional Functions: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 (continued) 



Local Unit 


Food Services 


Operation of 


Plant 




Maintenance 


of Plant 




j Transpor 


tation 


Secretarial 
and 
Clerical 
Staff 


Directors 

and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 


Total State 


Q O 
jZ 






Q 




J 


o , _)Z J 




Zo 


i 


1 Ql 1 


Z 


c c: 


1 

i 


9 7/i A 


1 

L 


1 nQ4 Q 

J. , U . 7 


Allegany 


1 


u 


TIT 
1 1 J . 


U 




U 


1 / . 


u 


1 
1 


A 
U 


/u . 


A 
U 


1 


A 
U 




J 




Anne Arundel 


c 
J 


. Z 


T 


U 




Z 




A 

U 


L 


J 


I . 


A 
U 


/ 


•3 
J 




A 
U 




Baltimore City 


11 





7S3. 


3 


8 





1,834. 


2 


2 





297. 





3 





219. 





191.0 


Baltimore 


2 


.0 


7. 





14 





1,390 





2 





279. 





10 





693. 


5 


120.1 


Calvert 








J 






/ Z 


u 






Z i . 


A 
U 


1 
i. 


u 


2 




11 ^ 
1 i . J 


Caroline 


u 


i 


-5 

J . 


c 

J 


r\ 
U 


c 

J 


A 7 


u 


A 
U 




D 


A 
U 


1 

J. 


A 
U 


. 


A 
U 


D.J 


Carroll 


1 






Z 


1 


U 


1/0 

1*1 z 


1 








A 
U 


z 


A 

u 






1 Q 1 


Cecil 






107. 


8 


1 





95 





1 





34 








.9 


17 


5 


21.6 


Charles 


1 


.0 


15. 


5 






165 


9 






36 


2 


3 


.0 


5. 


3 


25.0 


Dorchester 






u. 


D 






C /. 
J4 


A 

u 


1 


A 

u 


n 

y 


A 

u 


1 

i 


A 

, u 


D 


A 
U 


XH . J 


Frederick 


L 


. u 


9 


c 

J 


1 


u 




C 
J 


T 
J 


A 
U 


JZ 


A 
U 




A 
U 


i J4 


A 
U 


'X'X A 


Garrett 














40 


6 


1 





7 





1 





4 


6 


7 n 


Harford 


2 


.0 


381 





3 





272 





3 





63 


5 


4 





67 


1 


49.0 


Howard 













5 


217 








5 


49 


5 


4 


.0 


1 


5 


42.0 


Var\ t- 

Jsenc 






36. 


5 






31 









12 





1 


.0 


8 





J . vJ 


Montgomery 


1 


.0 


504 


9 






1,057 


6 


1 





439 





1 


.0 


535 


7 


zuo . u 


Prince George's 


1 


.0 


889. 





4 





1,438 





5 





335 





2 


.0 


737 


6 


134.0 


Queen Anne's 






37. 









31 








8 


6 








.9 


9 





6.0 


St. Mary's 


2 


.1 


136. 


5 


1 


1 


120 


5 


1 


1 


34 


5 


2 


.0 


17 


8 


22.0 


Somerset 






41. 








5 


38 








5 


6 





1 


.0 


1. 





4.0 


Talbot 














46 





1 





5 





1 


.0 






6.3 


Washington 


2 


.0 










205. 





1 





30. 





2 





103 





20.0 


Wicomico 


1 


.0 


96 


1 






98 









19 


5 


1 


.0 


11 





19.7 


Worcester 


1 


.0 









5 


51 








5 


11 





1 





2 





5.0 



NOTE: TABLES 39 - 78 



The statistics included in these reports were derived from an automated 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. Through their efforts and cooperation in submitting accurate data, 
these statistical tables have been made possible. However, due to local differences in accoiinting for staff members 
on leave, inaccuracies have occurred in the "separation" data. In the September 1977 report, many of the staff members 
who were on leave of absence were not reported by Montgomery, Prince George's, and Baltimore City. In this 1978 report, 
the matter has been corrected by Montgomery and Prince George's, but Baltimore City indicates only 2 on leave, which 
is obviously not correct. It is believed that accurate data in this field will be available for the 1979-80 year. 

As the table titles indicate, only school level professional personnel are included; administrators in the school 
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. 

For the most part, the reports deal with the school year 1978-79. The data have essentially the same base as 
those staff reports which this Department published in 1971-72 and in prior years, so that comparisons and trend data 
can be used. The personnel included in the statistics are those who were employed September, 1978; however, new staff 
may have been hired any time after October 1, 1977. 

Separations are people who terminated their employment with a local unit between October 1, 1977 and September 30, 
1978. In calculating the percent of separations, the base used is the total staff minus the new staff plus the sepa- 
rations.' Personnel who left and returned to the same local unit during the year are not included as separations. 

Transfers between local units in tables 63 through 69 are determined by causes reported by the unit from which 
they left; transfers reflected in the new staff tables 70 through 78 are those reported by local units to which the 
transfers went. (In other words, often people do not tell their present employers that they are going to another local 
unit, but they must tell the new unit their past locations so their employment records will be accurate.) 



TABLE 

TOTAL P'JOFESS ION»L STAFF «T SCHOOI fVfl 
BY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PU«1LIC SCHOOLS: Sr°TF«RFO t<»''R 







DOCT OP • 


S MASTER'S 


DEGPEE 


WASTER'S 


R A CH . • S 


n E G P F E 


"ACHEl OR 'S 


2-3 


(TEARS 


LESS THAN 






DEGRFE 




3j_ US 30 


HO UR S 


OEGREE 


PLUS 3 


H OURS 


OFGRFE 


COLLFGE 2 


YEARS COLLEGE 


L Or A 1 II N T T 


TOTAL 


































'JUMRER 


PCT. 


NU»«PER 


RCT . 


NU"RE'' 


PCT . 


Vllf'BFP 


OCT. 


NU "RF 9 


PCT . 


MUMRE R 


PC T. 


NUKHFR 


PCT. 


TOTAL STATt" 


4 7 « 3 76 


29<< 


0.6 


6 • ''72 


14.5 


11,654 


2 4.6 


12,900 


27.0 


1 5 , 6 ■'1 


3'' .0 


4 9 


0.1 


63 


0.1 


ALl ERaNY 







n .0 


47 


5.6 


349 


41 .3 


264 


31 .2 


1 9« 


21 .9 


1 


0.1 





0.0 


ANNE APUNDEL 


0,159 


1 9 


.5 


?53 


6.1 


I * r n 1 




1,145 


27.5 


1 ♦ 4 


' ■ • ■ 


2 


0.0 


1 


0, 2 


BALTI WORE 


6 , flriu 


46 




1 . Q 7 ^ 


27.5 


1 f 1 V U 


I f • T 


2,347 


34.5 


t T /I /I 


1 • ' 


n 
u 


n n 
w . u 


i 

1 


u « u 


C AL RT 


tin A 
H O 




7 




? 


111 




9 7 


2 1 7 


? ? 


5 0.0 





0. 





0. 


C A POL I MT 




1 







2.0 






9 9 


2 9.9 


ISP 


5 ? ^ 


1 


n 7 
U • 3 


U 


U. U 


CARROLL 


1 , a«9 




0.-5 




4.4 


?16 


1 9. 9 


397 


35.5 


a?? 


39.7 


2 


0.2 


1 1 


1.0 


CECIL 


7'«5 


1 


0.1 


15 


6.1 


1 •JO 


20.4 


167 


22.7 


7 ? 


50,6 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLFS 


9<»2 


1 


" • I 


OA 


2.0 


3 1 T 


J 1 . ' ) 


160 


16.1 


*^ p 


50.6 


Q 


\> . u 


1 


1 


Q CCHF STE R 


34 4 




0,6 


? 1 


O . 1 


O {[ 


24 .4 


9 


26 .2 


1 U 1 




1 


U.J 



£ 


u . 


r Rr nr RT c K 


1 t 343 






1 il 
1 * H 


1 . 


p 9 p 


2 2.2 


345 


25.7 


s s ® 


4 1.6 


d 


0.1 


3 




GADRETT 


302 


n 


.0 


14 


4.6 


76 


25 .2 





0.0 


212 


70.2 





0.0 





0,0 


HAPFORn 


1 , "^Pfl 




0.4 


222 


11.7 


639 


33.6 


300 


15-9 


7^6 


3ft . 


2 


3.1 


2 


0.1 


HOWAPn 


1 , 4 P 2 


p 


0,5 


14 4 


9.7 


5 4 9 


37.0 


249 


1 6.9 


5 2 


35.7 


2 


0, 1 


1 


0. 1 


KENT 




1 


0.5 


1 1 


t A. 

T • o 


4 1 


20.9 


4 9 


c M » ^ 


9 4 


4 7,9 





0.0 


1 


0.5 


MAM TP nMCOV 


6 • 6 5 


116 


1.7 


1 , 9 25 


29.1 


1,499 


2 2.7 




n ♦ 1 


1,195 


17.9 





0,0 


3 


0.0 


PRTNC GEORf^E'S 


7,457 


6 3 


O.fl 


6B0 


9.1 


5, ■'07 


30. 9 


2,472 


3'' . 1 


1 , 934 


25.9 


4 


0.1 


2 


0.0 


QUFEN ANNE'S 




1 


.a 


2 


0.7 


73 


76.'- 


1 


C.4 


1 P 


72.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. HAPY'S 


6P3 


t; 


0.7 


1 7 


2.5 


161 


23.2 


64 


9.2 


441 


6''-6 


2 


0.3 


3 


0.4 


SO-'FRsr T 


245 


1 


0.4 





0.0 


4 9 


19.6 





0.0 


1 00 


79 .a 





0.0 


4 


1.6 


TALPOT 


292 





.0 


1 5 


5.1 


71 


24 .r 


6R 


23.6 


1 "'2 


4 = . P 


1 


0.3 


4 


1.4 


UA SH I Mr, T N 


1 , ?S0 


3 


0.2 


69 


5.5 


403 


32.0 


326 


25.'' 


4=^4 


36.0 


5 


0.4 





0.0 


wirowTco 


775 





.0 


21 


2.7 


1 92 


24 .9 


239 


•'O .7 


324 


41 .9 





0.0 





0.0 


WOPCE STFR 


394 





0.0 


1 7 


4.3 


102 


25.9 


100 


25.4 


1 


44.4 





0.0 





0.0 


PALTt^ORE rTTY 


P . U46 


1 4 


.2 


1 ,'RO 


15 .1 


1 ,4«2 


1 7 .5 


1 ,973 


23 .4 




4"' .3 


24 


0.3 


1 5 


0. 2 




TOTai P90FF«;S TON»L STiFF ST FIFXFMT49Y SCHOOl IFVEL 
PV ORFP»R»TinN' 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS: STOTfMqr? l -J 7 q 



TABLE 

40 



DOCTCP'S MiSTFR'S OEGPFE ""ASTEP'S PACH.'S npGPFF P«CHrLrR«S ? - ■» YF4PS LESS THAN 

OFGPFE PLUS -to HOUPS OEPRFE PLUS "^0 HOURS O'^'^O'^E COLLEGE 2 YFAPS COLLERE 

LOCAL UMT TOTAL 

%U»«RE= =CT. NU-'^FR PCT. NU"BEP oCT. ■gi|''flER ^CT, >jijMqrr5 pcT. NJfOEP pCT. VU«SFR PCT. 



TOTiL STATf 






0. a 


7 . U 66 


1 1 . a 


5f -11 R 


20.1 


6 


. 21 R 


23.0 


7 , "> 65 


37.0 


16 


3.1 





0.0 


ALl ER*^ Y 


317 


n 


0.0 


1 2 




1 OC 


00 .3 




121 


3 , R 


70 


21 .3 


(J 


0.0 





0.0 


AN'JE ARUNOFL 






O.l 


67 


3.7 


551 


30.2 




52° 


2 . R 


6-''» 


76 .R 





0.0 





0.0 


B ALT fORE 


? t ROC 


1 f> 


,6 


= « 


22.5 


5 7r 


1 R ."' 


1 


• 060 


3 6."' 


c o a 


20 . 5 





0.0 





0.0 


CAL VE 'T 


1<»1 





0.0 


2 


1 . 


00 


20 . R 






3n . a 


01 


07.6 





0.0 





0.0 


CAPOLT WE 


113 


1 


.R 


1 


n.R 


1 5 


13.7 




'6 


31 .R 


A " 


5'' .1 





0.0 





0.0 


CARROLL 




1 


0.2 


1 1 


2.5 


75 


16.0 




1 70 


^1 .0 


1 0^ 


05.5 





0.0 





0.0 


CECIL 


334 


1 


0.3 


1 1 


3.3 


60 


1 P .0 




P T 


2 .R 


1 7R 


53.6 





0.0 





0.0 


CHA RL^ S 


409 




0.0 


7 


1.7 


109 


26. "» 




16 


51.1 


5-17 


50.6 





0.0 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


1?9 


1 


.B 


7 


5.0 


31 


20 .0 




37 


2fi.7 


C 7 


01 .1 





0.0 





0.0 


FRFDFPlCK 


61R 





C .0 


•=5 


P .<J 


1 1 6 


1 fl .0 




165 


26.7 


201 


0"^ .5 


1 


0.2 





0.0 


G A P RE T T 


1 'fl 





0.0 


7 


5. 1 


36 


26.1 







0.0 


R5 


6P.1 





0.0 





0,0 


HA =FOPP 


fl?7 





0.0 


R14 


10.1 


206 


30 .6 




15^ 


10.7 




36.0 


1 


0.1 





0.0 


HGUARO 


612 


1 


,2 


S6 


9.1 


21 6 


35 




106 


1 7.3 


27? 


37 .R 


1 


0.2 





0.0 


KENT 


71 





0.0 


5 


7.0 


10 


10.1 




71 


2R.6 


75 


OR. 3 





0.0 





0.0 


MO^lTGOHFRY 


2 t 1S1 


•»o 


1.1 


676 


23.7 


67R 


2 3.0 




R1 3 


^2 .0 


557 


IR.O 





0.0 





0.0 


PRTNCr PEORf^F'S 


-570 


l" 




5 B ? 


7.R 


1 .O-'fl 


2R .0 


1 


• 31 R 


36 .R 


R 1 7 


25.6 


a 


0.1 





0-0 


OUFFN h*JHE'<- 


01 


1 


1 .1 


1 


1 . 1 


1 ■= 









CP 


7a 


fll .7 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


320 


1 


0.3 


8 


2.5 


6R 


21.6 




25 


7 .S 


'16 


67.5 


1 


D.3 





0.0 


SO"ERSFT 


65 


1 


1 ."^ 





0.0 


10 


15.0 




n 


O.P 


c a 


.1 





0.0 





0.0 


TALPOT 


«>T 





.c 


5 


5.1 


2? 


22.7 




'1 


31 .R 


7 O 


op .2 





0.0 





0.0 


WASHINGTON 


533 


1 


0.2 


21 


3. R 


165 


30. R 




133 


50 . R 


2 -1 p 


3R. 


5 


O.R 





0.0 


UICOKICO 


350 





0.0 


fl 


2.3 


7 


22 




1 3P 


"'R.O 


1 56 


36 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


yORCE STP R 


I'l 





0.0 


1 


0.1 




21.0 




30 


2R.0 


60 


00 .R 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIHCRE rITY 




2 


.1 


a P5 


12.0 


660 


1 7 .n 




RR2 


25.0 


1 »7«^7 


5.0 


7 


0. 1 





0. 



TABLE 



41 



TOTAL PROFF^SIONAL STAFF AT SFCONOARY SCHOOL LFVEL 
BY PPFP«R«TION 
HAPYLAND PUBLIC SCHOnLS! SEPTFH^FP 1<»7fl 



nOCTOP'S WfiSTEf^**i DEGPEE MASTER'S PACH.'S PFGPFE paCHFLOR'S ? - YFARS LESS THAN 

OEGRFE PLUS HOURS DEGREE PLUS TO HOURS QFRPFF COLLEGE 2 YFARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 

NUMPFP "CT. NU«°FR PCT. NU"«PFR PCT . Nt|t«RFP PC T . NUMrf" PC T . NUMPER PCT. NUMBER PCT. 



TOTAL STaTF 


2 1 


t 0*'? 


I Q 


, <> 


3 


» ^ 92 


1 <1 


. 5 


5 t 1 ft B 


2 , 5 




» 6 2 


2 5.9 


ft » 2 BO 


2 9 . B 


3 1 





. 1 


6 1 





. 3 


ALLEGANY 




3B7 





0.0 




3 I 


fl 


. 


1 ftO 


01.'' 




117 


30.2 


7 B 


20 . 1 


1 





. 3 








. 


ANNE aPUNdEI 


1 1 


70S 


O 


.5 




1 5fc 


ft 


.9 


5-«B 


30 .B 




091 


2P .1 




30.0 


2 





. 1 


10 





. 6 


BALTIMORE 




f « "^1 


2ft 


0.7 


1 


f 1 1 ft 


32 


. 5 


521 


15.2 


1 


t 109 


33.5 


6P1 


1 B.l 








.0 


1 





.0 


CAL VFpT 




105 




2 .1 




6 





.1 


00 


30.^ 




21 


1 


71 


09.0 








.0 








.0 


CAROLINE 




ll»9 





0.0 







2 


. 7 


2^ 


15.0 




1 


27. S 


BO 


53.7 


1 





.7 








.0 


L A K K U L L 




731 


1 


0.3 




2 5 


7 


. 5 


7 P 


2 3.6 




10 5 


31.7 


110 


33.2 


2 





.6 


1 


3 


. 


CECIL 




270 


1 


0.0 




20 


7 


. 3 


59 


21.5 




50 


19.7 


1 01 


51 .5 








.0 








.0 


CHA RLFS 




316 


1 


0.3 




7 


2 


.2 


1 1 


36.1 




06 


1 


107 


06.5 








.0 


1 





.3 


D09CHFSTER 




113 


1 


0.9 




9 


B 


.0 


20 


21 




30 


26-5 


06 


00.7 


1 





.9 


2 


1 


.8 


FR'^OE "TCK 




5S2 


2 


0.0 




ftO 


1 1 


. ft 


1 3B 


25.0 




137 


PO .1 


PI 1 


3B.P 


I 





.2 


3 





.5 


GARRETT 




9 1 





0.0 




u 





. 


2 7 


2 9.7 







.0 


6 


65,9 








. 








. 


HA°FORn 




633 


ft 


0.9 




no 


15 


.a 


215 


30.0 




97 


15.3 


21 2 


31.5 


1 


3 


.1 


2 





. 3 


HOUAPn 




HO 1 


ft 


1 .2 




56 


1 1 


.0 


1 91 


3fi .9 




Bl 


1 6.5 


155 


31 .6 


1 





.2 


1 





.2 


KEMT 




f.2 





0.0 







ft 


. 5 


IB 


29.0 




1 3 


21 .0 


''6 


01 .9 








.0 


1 


1 


.6 


HONTGOMFRY 




^^3 


7P 


2 .3 


1 • 


101 


33 


.9 


710 


21 .2 




fi77 


26 .1 


550 


1 ft ."^ 








.0 


3 





. 1 


PRINCE GE0R'5E'S 


■? 


f 752 


05 


1.2 




■«B8 


10 


. 3 


1 . 226 


32.7 


1 


t 11 B 


29. B 


97'« 


25.9 








.0 


2 





.1 


QU'^FN ANNE'S 




!>9 


n 


0.0 










. 


3? 


35.9 




1 


1 .1 


Sft 


ft2.9 








.0 








.0 


ST. ••aRY'S 




203 





2.0 




7 


3 


.0 


OB 


23.6 




T ft 


7.9 


1 50 


ftl .1 


1 





.5 


3 


1 


.5 


SO^FPSFT 




107 





0.0 










.0 


22 


20.6 







.0 


BP 


7ft. ft 








.0 


3 


2 


. 8 


TAl BOT 




111 





0.0 




8 


7 


.2 


30 


27.0 




20 


21 .6 


00 


39.6 


1 





.9 





3 


.6 


UA SHI Mf". TON 




37<> 


2 


0.5 




31 


B 


.2 


130 


34.3 




100 


26 .0 


1 1 ft 


30 .6 








.0 








.0 


UiroMICO 




3R9 





0.0 




13 


3 


.3 


107 


27. s 




93 


23 .o 


176 


05.2 








.0 








.0 


wopcfstfr 




1 '6 


n 


.0 




9 


6 


.6 


35 


25.7 




23 


16.9 


ftO 


50.7 








.0 








.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


1 


t SOO 


in 


0.3 




ft93 


IB 


.0 


670 


17.5 




B32 


PI .7 


1 , 597 


01.6 


19 





.5 


15 





. 



TOTAL PROFFSSIONiL STAFF *T MTODLE AND COMPINFO SfHOOL LEVEL 
BY P9EO«R»TI0N 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEWPFR fTR 



TABLE 

42 



DOCTOR'S WASTER'S DEGREE MASTER'S ' "ACH.'S nfGREE BACHELOR'S ? - 3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DEGREE PLUS ''0 HOURS DEGREE PLUS lO HOURS OFGRt"E COLLEGE 2 YFARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 

NUHBfP PCT. NUMBER PCT . NUt«RER PCT . NliP'BER PCT. MU»»RFP PCT. NU»'RER PCT. NUfBFR PCT. 



TOTAL STATE 


5tl(] 6 


21 


.!» 


514 


9.5 


1 »467 


ALLEIG ANY 


111 


1 


0.0 


Q 


3.6 


49 


ANNE aPUNd^L 


5B9 


Q 


0.7 


30 


5.1 


1 72 


BALTIMORE 


«|70 


■7 


O.fl 


102 


21.7 


103 


CALVERT 


110 





0.0 


1 


0.9 


30 


CAROLINE 


^7 


n 


0.0 


1 


2.7 


6 


CARROLL 


311 


1 


0.3 


12 


3.9 


63 


CECIL 


1 ?7 





0.0 


1 1 


11.0 


31 


CHARLES 


2A7 


n 


0.0 


6 


2.2 


<»5 


DORCHESTER 


102 





.0 


5 


1.9 


?o 


FREDERICK 


173 





.0 


1 5 


P .7 


44 


GARRE TT 


73 





0.0 


3 


1. 1 


1 3 


KApFORP 




7 


0.5 


38 


n .7 


1 ■'7 


HOUARO 


379 


1 


0.3 


32 


R.ft 


142 


KENT 


63 


1 


I .6 


2 


3.2 


13 


MONTGOMERY 


391 


R 


2.0 


108 


27.6 


105 


PRINCF GEORGE'S 


175 





.0 


10 


7. a 


4? 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


95 


n 


0.0 


1 


1 . 1 


?6 


ST. MARY'S 


170 





.0 


2 


1 .2 


44 


SO'*ERS'^T 


73 


T 


0.0 





0.0 


16 


TALROT 


«4 





.n 


2 


2.U 


1 9 


UASHINPTON 


3*8 




0.0 


17 


«.9 


lOR 


uir oMiro 


36 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


7 


UOPCFSTFR 


127 





.0 


7 


5.5 


30 


BALTIMORE CITY 


707 


7 


0.3 


102 


14. « 


144 



?7 .1 


1 1 12? 


20 .P 


2.2P2 


42.1 


2 


0.0 


2 


0.0 


44.1 


26 


23.4 


•»? 


28.8 





0.0 





0.0 


29.2 


126 


21 .4 


2*^7 


.6 





0.0 





0.0 


21.9 


1 34 


28.5 


1 20 


27.4 





0.0 





0.0 


27.3 


l.fl 


16.4 


61 


55 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


16.7 


1? 


32 .4 


1 P 


48.6 





0.0 





0.0 


20.3 


112 


36.0 


1 77 


39.2 





0.0 


1 


0.3 


24 .4 


30 


23.6 


52 


40.9 





0.0 





0.0 


31. fl 


28 


10.5 


148 


55.4 





0.0 





0.0 


28. 4 


2-' 


22 


45 


44.1 





0.0 





0.0 


?5 .4 


47 


27.2 


67 


3P .7 





0.0 





0.0 


1 7. R 





0.0 


57 


78. 1 





0.0 





0.0 


31 


4ft 


10.9 


213 


48.6 





0.0 





0.0 


37.5 


62 


16.3 


142 


37.5 





0.0 





0.0 


20.6 


14 


22.2 


33 


52.4 





0.0 





0.0 


26.9 


Rfl 


22.5 


82 


21 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


31 .1 


35 


25.9 


a R 


35.5 





0.0 





0.0 


27.4 





0.0 


6a 


71 .6 





0.0 





0.0 


25 .9 


23 


13."^ 


101 


59.4 





0.0 





0.0 


21.9 





0.0 


56 


76 .7 





0.0 


1 


1.4 


22 .6 


1 4 


16.7 


49 


58.3 





0.0 





0.0 


31.0 


93 


26.7 


1 3(1 


37.3 





0.0 





0.0 


19.4 


7 


19.4 


2? 


61.1 





0.0 





0.0 


30.7 


39 


30.7 


02 


33.1 





0.0 





0.0 


20.4 


149 


21.1 


300 


43.6 


2 


0.3 





0.0 



TABLE 

43 



TOTAL wru PPOFESSTOWAl ST4FF «T SCHOOL LTvEL 
BY PPf:P«9»TI0N 
KAPYL*ND PUPLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTFHPFP 1 07P 



nOCTOP'S 
OFGPEE 



M4STEP'S OEGREE 
PLUS •'O HOURS 



L0C4L UMIT 



TOTAL 



"MASTER'S 

DEGREE 



PACH.'S OEGREE 
PLUS 30 HOUPS 



«ach?:lor« S 

nERRFE 



? - 1 YEARS LESS THAN 
COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 



NUHBER PCT. NUMOpR PCT . liiUf«REP 



PCT. NUMBER PCT, 



NUWPFP PCT. MUfRER PCT. NU"BFP PCT. 



TOTAL STATE 


3»2«tt 


14 


0.4 


72 


2 .2 


691 


21 .3 


12° 


4 .0 


7 t 2<»n 


70 .6 


11 


0.3 


37 


1.1 


ALLEGANY 


«9 





O.P 





0.0 


9 


1 R .4 


3 


6.1 


■'7 


75.5 





0.0 





0-0 


ANNE APUNOEL 


277 





0.0 


3 


1 . I 


61 


22.0 


5 


I .R 


1 99 


71 . R 


2 


0.7 


7 


2.5 


B ALTI10RE 


421 




0.7 


24 


5.7 


80 


19 .0 


35 


R .3 


27P 


66 .0 





0.0 


1 


0. 2 


CAL V/F "T 


73 


1 


1 .4 





0.0 


20 


27.4 





0.0 


SO 


71.2 





0.0 





0.0 


CADOLTNE 


34 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


5 .9 





O.O 


■'I 


91 .2 


1 


2.9 





0.0 


CARROLL 


127 





0.0 


1 


O.B 


27 


21.3 


6 


4.-' 


op 


72.4 





0.0 


1 


0.8 


CECIL 


90 





0.0 





0.0 


1 3 


14.4 


3 


3.3 


74 


R2 . 2 





0.0 





0.0 


CHA RLFS 


156 





.0 


1 


0.6 


2« 


17.9 


1 


0.6 


1 '6 


RO .R 





0.0 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


33 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


21.2 


2 


6.1 


'3 


69.7 


1 


3.0 





0.0 


F Pf DER T CK 


171 





.0 





0.0 


30 


17.5 


7 


4.1 


1 ■»■» 


77.8 


1 


0.6 





0.0 


GARRE TT 


24 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


8.3 





0.0 


22 


91 .7 





0.0 





0.0 


HAPFOPn 


If 


1 


0.5 


1 


0.5 


47 


26.1 


3 


1 .7 


1'5 


69.4 


1 


0.5 


2 


1.1 


HOUARH 


191 





0.0 


3 


1.6 


51 


26.7 


7 


3.7 


1 PR 


67.0 


1 


0.5 


1 


0.5 


KEWT 


24 





.0 





0.0 


5 


20.fl 


1 


4 .? 


1 7 


70 .R 





0.0 


1 


4.2 


MOVTGOWERY 


513 


3 


0.6 


34 


6.6 


181 


35.3 


4 9 


9.5 


243 


47.4 





0.0 


3 


0.6 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


435 


3 


0.7 


2 


0.5 


126 


29.0 


1 


2.3 


294 


67.6 





0.0 





0.0 


OUFEN ANNE 'S 


23 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


8.7 





0.0 


21 


91 .3 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MAPY'S 


97 


1 


1 .0 





0.0 


1 2 


12.4 


3 


0.0 


RO 


R2 .5 


1 


1.0 


3 


3.1 


SOWEPSET 


26 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


19.2 





.0 


po 


76.9 





0.0 


1 


3.8 


TALROT 


25 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


4,0 





0.0 


51 


R4 .0 


1 


4.0 


2 


8.0 


WASHINGTON 


06 




.0 





0.0 


1 fi 


18.7 


7 


7.-^ 


71 


7-' .9 





0.0 





0.0 


uico^iro 


A3 


n 


.0 





0.0 


R 


12.7 





.0 


55 


R7 .3 





0.0 





0.0 


UOPCE STF R 


22 





0.0 





0.0 


6 


27.3 


1 


4.5 


15 


6R.2 





0.0 





0.0 


BAL TI"ORE CT TY 


446 


2 


0.4 


1 1 


2.5 


R4 


1 R.R 


1 6 


3 .6 


31 *> 


70 .9 


2 


0.4 


15 


3. 4 


LEA TOaNsFFPs 


352 





.0 


8 


2.3 


1 "^4 


3fl .1 


27 


7 .7 


t fl7 


52 .0 





0.0 





0. 



note: TRANSI^FRS -^ETUEFN units ARF INaUOEO IN INOIVIOUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS, BUT EXCLUOEO FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TOTAL NFU PROFf SSI ONAL ST*FP »T fLF"E"NTAPY SCHOOl LEVEL 
BY PREP4P4TI0N 
WAPYLAND PUPLIC schools: SFPTfFRPR 1 Q7P 



TABLE 

44 



OOCTOR • S 
DEGPPE 



"MASTER'S DEGREE 
PLUS ■'O HOURS 



LOCAL UNIT 



TOTAL 



NUMBER PCT. NU'PFR PCT , 



"ASTER'S' 

DEGREE 



flACH.'S OEGPFE 
PLUS 30 HOURS 



RACHELf'R'S 
DEGRFE 



? - YEARS LESS THAN 
COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 



NUMBER 



PCT , 



NUUBFP PCT. MU"PFP PCT. NUMBER PCT. NUWBFP PCT. 



TOTAL STATE 


lf2''b 


1 


0.1 


28 


2.2 


274 


21.8 


56 


4 


P97 


71 .4 





0.0 





0.0 


ALLEG ANY 


22 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


9.1 


1 


4.5 


19 


86.4 





0.0 





OoO 


ANNE aPUNqEL 


III 





.0 





0.0 


2 6 


23.4 


1 


0.9 


8 4 


75,7 





0.0 





0.0 


BAL TI "ORE 


177 





0.0 


7 


3.9 


33 


18.6 


20 


11.3 


117 


66.1 





0.0 





0.0 


CALVERT 


?7 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


18.5 





.0 


7? 


81 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


CAPOLINE 


11 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


9.1 





0.0 


10 


90.9 





0.0 





0-0 


CAPROLL 







0.0 


1 


1 .8 


8 


14 .3 


5 


8.9 


4? 


75.0 





0.0 





0.0 


rr f* T 1 


fen 


'J 




u 


f\ n 
u • u 




1 o 

L U »\J 


1 


c • ? 




n r • ^ 


n 
U 


n n 
u « u 


u 


u • u 


CHARLES 


5« 





0.0 


1 


1 .9 


12 


22 .2 


1 


1 .9 


40 


74.1 





0.0 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


10 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


20.0 


1 


10.0 


7 


70 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


B« 





0.0 





0.0 


1 4 


16.7 


3 


3.6 


67 


79.8 





0.0 





0.0 


GA CRFTT 


12 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


16 .7 





0.0 


10 


83.3 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFOR" 


«B 





0.0 


1 


2.1 


1 8 


37.5 


2 


4.7 


27 


56.3 





0.0 





0.0 


HOUARD 


63 





0.0 


1 


1 .6 


1 P 


28.6 


1 


1 .6 


4? 


68.3 





0.0 





0.0 


KENT 


9 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


22.2 


1 


11.1 


6 


66.7 





3.0 





0.0 


HONTGO^'ERY 


271 





0.0 


14 


6.3 


78 


35.3 


18 


8.1 


1 1 1 


50.2 





0.0 





0.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


ins 


1 


0.7 


1 


0.7 


■54 


36.5 


2 


1 .3 


90 


60.8 





0.0 





0.0 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


6 


1 00.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. "tRVtS 


"0 





.0 





0.0 


6 


12.0 





.0 


44 


88.0 





0.0 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


4 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


25.0 





0.0 




75.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALPOT 


9 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


11 .1 





0.0 


R 


88 .9 





0.0 





0.0 


UASHI NfJTON 


•1 





0.0 





0.0 


fl 


19.5 


4 


9.7 


29 


70.7 





0.0 





0.0 


uirowico 


19 


c 


.0 





0.0 


1 


5.3 





0.0 


1 B 


94.7 





0.0 





0.0 


UORCESTER 


6 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


66.7 





0.0 


7 


33.3 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIWOPE CITY 


156 





.0 


4 


2 .6 


2? 


14 .1 


5 


3.2 


125 


80.1 





0.0 





0.0 


LEA TPANSfPS 


128 





.0 


2 


1 .6 


4B 


37.5 


10 


7.8 


68 


53.1 





0.0 





0.0 



NOTf: TRANSFERS 8ETUEEN UNITS ARE InClUDEO IN INOIvIOu»L LOCAL uNlT TOTALS, BUT EXCLUOEO FROM STaTF TOTaL. 



TABLE 

45 



TOTAL NEW PROFESSIOfJAL STAFF 4T SFCOND«RY SCHOOL LEVFL 
BY PPFf>»R»TION 
•lAi^YLA^O PUBLIC schools: SEPTFKPFR 107R 



LOCAL UMT 



TOTAL 



nOCTOR • S 
DEGREE 

NUMBER PCT, 



"iASTEP'S DEGREE 
PLUS 'O HOURS 



(•ASTER'S 

DEGREE 



SACH.'S OFGRFE 
PLUS ""O HOURS 



■lACHFLOR' S 
DEGREE 



NU'*arR PCT. NU»»BER 



PCT. VUWRFt? PCT. MU«»R'^P PCT. 



? - 3 YEARS LESS THAN 
COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

NUHRER PCT. NUNRFR PCT. 





1 » 1 3 2 


1 


n 7 


T f 


O A. 

<: . o 




9 1 <^ 

z' I . ^ 


c -I 


■» -7 
J • f 


9 7 6 


a 1 
n w . 1 


1 1 


J . O 


■5-7 


c . 


ALIEGa^'Y 






0.0 





0.0 


n 


2 3.5 


9 


.0 


1 T 


7 6.5 


Q 


0.0 




0.0 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


113 





0.0 


1 


0. <> 


?« 


24 . « 


? 


1 .8 


7-^ 


64 .IS 


2 


1 .8 


7 


6.2 


BALTIMORE 


101 


? 


1 .0 


1 5 


7.9 


32 


16.7 


1 3 


6 .P 


10 P 


67.0 





0.0 


1 


0.5 


C A L VE R T 


30 


1 


. 3 





0.0 


1 1 


36.7 





0.0 


1 » 


60 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


^AOAI THIC* 

CAPOL 1 It 


1 6 





.0 





0.0 


n 


0.0 





.'^ 


1 5 


9 3.7 


1 


6.3 





0.0 


r A R ROl I 


40 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


2 5.0 





0.0 


7 9 


7 2.5 





0.0 


1 


2.5 


CEr-lL 


27 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


1 4 .» 


1 


3.7 


■>7 


81 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


41 





0.0 





0.0 


8 


19.5 





0.0 




80.5 





0.0 





0.0 


UU'^Cnr SILK 


9 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


22 .2 





.0 


6 


6 6.7 


1 


11.1 





0.0 


FRFOERTCK 


ftb 





0.0 





0.0 


1 1 


16.7 




4.5 


51 


77 . T 


1 


1.5 





0.0 


G A R RE T T 


•J 


Q 


0.0 


A 


o n 


Q 


0.0 


p 


0.0 


7 


00.0 


Q 


0.0 


Q 





HA^FOPn 


hb 


n 


.0 





0.0 


1 3 


19.7 


1 


1 .5 


4 9 


70 .? 


1 


1.5 


2 


3.0 


HOUARH 


A7 





0.0 


1 


1 .5 


1 9 


28.3 


3 


4.5 


4? 


62.7 


1 


1.5 


1 


1.5 


KENT 


1 2 





.0 





0.0 


■» 


25.0 


n 


.0 


fl 


66.7 





0.0 


1 


8.3 


lONTGOHFRY 


2-^S 


? 


0.8 


17 


7.2 


8? 


34.7 


26 


11 .0 


106 


44.9 





0.0 


3 


1.3 


PRINCf" GEORr^E'S 


27(1 


2 


0.7 


1 


0.4 


68 


24 .« 


7 


2 .5 


1 06 


71 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


OU'^EN ANNE'S 


1 1 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


18.2 





.0 





81 .8 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


32 


1 


3.1 





0.0 


a 


12.5 





0.0 


■>^ 


71 .9 


1 


3.1 


3 


9.4 


SCEPSFT 


14 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


21 .4 





.0 


10 


71 .4 





0.0 


1 


7. 1 


TAl ROT 


6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


D 


0.0 


t 


50.0 


1 


16.7 


2 


33.3 


UASHTNPTON 


27 


r> 


0.0 





0.0 


■t 


11 .1 


1 


3.7 


•> 7 


8^; .2 





0.0 





0.0 


wir OMiro 


10 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


17.5 





0.0 


•^•^ 


82 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


UORCE STF R 


10 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


10.0 


1 


10 .0 


P 


80 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE cTTY 


238 


2 


.8 


7 


2.9 


53 


22 .3 


7 


2.9 


152 


63.9 


2 


0.8 


15 


6.3 


LEA TpaNSFFRS 


i«;8 





0.0 


5 


3.2 


60 


38.0 


12 


7.6 


81 


51 





0.0 





0.0 


note: transfers 


retueen 


UNITS 


ARE INCI.UDEO IN 


INOIVIDUAL L 


OCAL UNIT 


T OTALS 


. BUT 


EXCLUOEO 


FROM 


STATE TOTAL. 







TABLE 

TOTAL NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT WIDDIE AND CO»«ni!Mrn SCHOOL LEVEL 

flY PREPARATION 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLST SEPTEWPER l<?7fl 

DOCTOR'S MASTER'S DEGREE "ASTER'S" BACH.'S OEGREt flACHELOB'S 2-3 YEARS LESS THAN 

DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE PLUS 30 HOURS DEGREE COLLEGE 2 YEARS COLLEGE 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMPER 


PCT . 


NUMPER 


PCT . 


NUMPER 


PCT . 


NUI^BE R 


PCT. 


NU"PER 


PCT. 


NUMBE R 


PCT. 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


TOTAL STATE 


556 


3 


0.5 


7 


1.3 


109 


J 9 .6 


20 


.6 


417 


75 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


ALLEGANY 


10 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


30.0 


2 


20.0 


5 


50.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ANNE ARUNOEL 


53 





0.0 


2 


3. a 


7 


13.2 


? 


3.8 


4? 


79.? 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE 


53 


1 


1 .R 


? 


3 .8 


1 5 


2R.3 


? 


3.8 




62.3 





0.0 





0.0 


CALVERT 


16 





0.0 





0.0 


4 


25.0 


. 


0.0 


12 


75.0 





0.0 





0.0 


CAROLINE 


7 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


14.3 





0.0 


6 


85.7 





0.0 





0.0 


CARROLL 


?1 





0.0 





0.0 


9 


29.0 


1 


3.2 


21 


67.7 





0.0 





0.0 


CEC IL 


23 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


21.7 


1 


4.3 


t 7 


73.9 





0.0 





0.0 


CHARLES 


61 





.0 





0.0 


8 


13.1 





0.0 


53 


86.9 





0.0 





0.0 


DORCHESTER 


14 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


21.4 


1 


7.1 


10 


71 .4 





0.0 





0.0 


FREDERICK 


21 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


5 


23.8 


1 


4.8 


1 «; 


71 .4 





0.0 





0.0 


GARRETT 


5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


K 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


HARFORD 


66 


1 


1.5 





0.0 


1 6 


24.2 





0.0 


49 


70.2 





0.0 





0.0 


HOUARO 


61 





.0 


1 


1.6 


1 


22.9 


3 


4 .9 


43 


70.5 





0.0 





0.0 


KENT 


3 


n 


0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


1 00.0 





0.0 





0.0 


MONTGOMERY 


■56 


1 


1 .fl 


3 


5.3 


21 


37.5 


5 


8.9 


26 


46.4 





0.0 





0.0 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


1 3 





0.0 





0.0 


a 


30. 8 


1 


7.7 


8 


61 .5 





0.0 





0.0 


OUTEN ANNE'S 


6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





.0 


6 


1 00.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MiRY'S 


15 





0.0 





0.0 


? 


13.3 





0.0 


13 


86.7 





0.0 





0.0 


SOMERSET 


S 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


1 


12. S 





0.0 


7 


87.5 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


10 





.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


10 


100 .0 





0.0 





0.0 


UASHI NflTON 


28 





0.0 





0.0 


7 


?5.0 


2 


7.1 


1 9 


67.9 





0.0 





0.0 


WICOMICO 


4 





0.0 





n.o 





0.0 





0.0 


a 


too .0 





0.0 





0.0 


UORCFSTER 


6 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


1 


16.7 





0.0 


5 


83.3 





0.0 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


52 





0.0 





0.0 


9 


17.3 


4 


7.7 


39 


75.0 





0.0 





0.0 


LEA TRANSFERS 


66 





0.0 


1 


1.5 


26 


39.4 


5 


7.6 


30 


51 .5 





0.0 





0.0 



NOTE: TRANSFpRS BETUEEN UN iTS ARE INCLUDED In InOI^'IDUAl LOCAl UnIT Tot«LS» BUT ExCLuOED FROM STATE TOTAL. 




TABLE 

TOTAL OPOFESSION»L STAFF AT SCHOOL LFVFL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIFWCF 
MARYLAND PU3LIC SCHOOLS! SFPTFWRF9 l<>7fl 

1 2 -^-0 5-9 10-19 20 »Nn OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOT«L 

NUWflFR PFRCFNT NUMBER PERCENT NU«"3ER Pi^RrENT NUMBER PF9CFNT NUMRFR PFRCFNT NUMBER PERCENT 



TOTAL STATF 




2.061 


a. 3 


2t083 


4.4 


4 t 368 


9.2 


14,215 


■'I.O 


16.610 


15.1 


8 .039 


17.0 


A LI A NY 


P 5 


30 


3.5 


33 


3 .9 


62 


7.3 


19 8 


?■* .4 


17 4 


IB.' 


19fl 


23.4 




4 • 1 5 9 


16 7 


U . 0" 


198 


4.8 


3 91 


9.4 


1 • 40 7 


1 1 • 


1.486 


3 5.7 


515 


12.4 


BALTIMORE 


6>80tt 


321 


« .7 


269 


3.9 


456 


6 .7 


1 .820 


76.7 


2 ,636 


18 .7 


lt302 


19.1 


CALtfERT 




37 


8.3 


34 


7.6 


54 


1 2.1 


141 


11.6 


1 31 


79. « 


47 


10.5 


CAROLINE 


?99 


23 


7.7 


17 


5.7 


54 


1 8. 1 


73 


24.4 


84 


78.1 


48 


16. 1 


C AiJROL L 


1 »0fi9 


58 


5.3 


74 


6 .8 


129 


1 1 .8 


37? 


■^4.1 


332 


30 


124 


11.4 


CE C I L 


7 ■^S 


SI 


6.9 


55 


7.5 


80 


10.9 


2 60 


15.4 


219 


7 9.8 


70 


9.5 


CHA RLES 


902 


79 


8.0 


77 


7.8 


122 


1 2.3 


315 


11 .1 


788 


79.0 


1 1 1 


11.2 


DCCHESTER 


■?oa 


25 


7.1 


18 


5 .2 


31 


R .0 


1 1 7 


1? ."^ 


107 


11 .1 


5 1 


14.8 


FRF OERICK 




102 


7.6 


70 


5.2 


157 


11.7 


484 


16.0 


377 


78.1 


153 


11.4 


GARRETT 


302 


20 


6.6 


19 


6.1 


40 


1 3 .2 


82 


'7.1 


92 


'0.5 


49 


16.2 


HARFORO 


1 f «9« 


10<» 


5.5 


106 


5.6 


199 


10.5 


638 


11.6 


622 


12.8 


2 29 


12.1 


howaro 


1 »afl2 


P2 


5.5 


74 


5.0 


192 


1 2 .R 


571 


18.7 


410 


77.7 


151 


10-2 


KEKT 


196 


1 6 


8.2 


12 


6.1 


21 


10.7 


69 


I*; .2 


5? 


76.5 


26 


13.3 


MONTGOME-R Y 


6 t605 


1 8<l 


2.8 


167 


2.5 


478 


7.2 


1 .795 


7.7 


7.476 


17.5 


1 .505 


22.8 


PRTNCF GEORGE'S 




261 


3.5 


268 


3.6 


536 


7.2 


2.198 


79.5 


1.109 


41-7 


1 .085 


14.5 


QUFEN aNNE 'S 


275 


1 8 


6.5 


16 


5 .8 


40 


14.5 


8? 


29 .R 


89 


12 


30 


10.9 


ST. MARY'S 


693 


«2 


6.1 


46 


6.6 


1 1 1 


16.0 


255 




1 81 


26.1 


5« 


8.4 


SOMFRSET 


215 


16 


6.5 


16 


6.5 


33 


13.5 


59 


74.1 


71 


79.0 


50 


20.4 


TALPOT 


292 


1 9 


6.5 


21 


7 .2 


28 


9 .6 


102 


T(J . <J 


74 


75 .1 


48 


16.4 


UA SHI-NGTON 


t t260 


HO 


3.2 


71 


5.6 


124 


9. 8 


361 


78.7 


401 


3 1.8 


263 


20.9 


wiroMico 


775 


36 


«.6 


35 


4.5 


83 


10.7 


21 6 


77.0 


756 


13 .0 


149 


19.2 


UORCESTFR 


3 9H 


8 


2.0 


17 


4.3 


38 


9.6 


1 33 


I'. 7 


1 10 


33.0 


68 


17.3 


BALTIMORE r^TY 


R.«m6 


322 


3.8 


370 


4 .4 


909 


10 .P 


2 . 47K 


70 ,1 


2 »661 


31.5 


1 .7 09 


20.2 




TOTAt PPOi^FSS I0M4L STAFF AT FLf^FNTARY SC400( LCVFL 
BY YEARS or FXPFRir^CF 
HAOYLAMD PUBLIC SCHOOLS! SFPTFf'nE'? 1 "tx 



TABLE 

48 



t 2 3-4 5-<» 10-19 20 ANn OVFR 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 

NU»*flFR PFRCFNT NUMBER PERCENT NU«»PER PFRCFNT ^U«1PFR PFRCFNT NUMBER PERCFMT NUMRER PERCENT 



TOTAL STAT^ 


20t'<(Sfl 


ROfl 


3.9 


859 


ft. 1 


I t93? 


9.3 


6.567 


^1.5 


7.141 


3ft . 2 


3.561 


17.1 


ALLEG A^JY 


317 


1 3 


3.7 


17 


ft. 9 


25 


7.2 


8? 


23.^ 


1 36 


39.2 


7ft 


21.3 


ANNE A^UND^^L 


1 1 fl 25 


5 9 


3 .2 


fl 2 


ft .5 


1 7ft 


9 ,5 


59^ 


"'2.6 


652 


3 5.7 


26 3 


1 ft . ft 


8ALTI><0RE 


2t900 


t 36 


ft .7 


110 


3.8 


209 


7.2 


84 1 


29.0 


1 .067 


36.8 


537 


18.5 


CALVERT 


IPl 


20 


10.5 


1 3 


6 .ft 


1 3 


6 .e 


66 


'ft .5 


5"= 


28.8 


2ft 


12.6 


CAROLINE 


1 1 3 


7 


6.2 


5 


ft. ft 


25 


•>2. 1 


27 


03.9 


28 


2ft. «> 


21 


IB. 6 


C APROLL 


ua7 


25 


5.6 


26 


5 .8 


ft9 


1 1 .0 


1 7ft 


•^8 .9 


197 


28 .4 


46 


10.3 


CECIL 


3 3 4 


2 5 


7.5 


30 


9 .0 


3 9 


11.7 


119 


3 5.6 




2 6 . 


3 3 


9.9 


CHARLES 


<»n9 


30 


7.3 


33 


8.1 


ft7 


11.5 


1 37 


33.5 


111 


27.1 


51 


12.5 


DORCHESTER 


129 


6 




10 


7.7 


11 


8 .5 


ftl 


'I .8 


4^ 


33 


18 


13.9 


FREDERICK 


^1 8 


•y'4 


8.7 


38 


6.1 


8? 


1 3.3 


236 




1 45 


03.5 


63 


10.2 


GARRETT 


138 


9 


6.5 


8 


5.8 


27 


19.6 


■^6 


26.1 


■^7 


26.8 


21 


1 5.2 


H A 9 F RH 


<127 


27 


3.3 


ftO 


ft. 8 


80 


9.7 


303 


36.6 


278 


33.6 


99 


12.0 


HOy ARO 


612 


33 


5.4 


3ft 


5.5 


89 


1ft. 5 


2ftn 


■»9.2 


I 5ft 


25. 2 


62 


10. 1 


KENT 


71 


5 


7.0 


5 


7 .0 


8 


11.3 


25 


35 .2 


18 


25 .3 


10 


14.1 


MOMTGOMER Y 


2.8'il 


7<» 


2.6 


68 


2. ft 


226 


7.9 


815 


28.6 


1.028 


36.1 


640 


22. ft 


PRTNCr GEOR'^E'S 


3f 570 


90 


2.5 


129 


3.6 


219 


6 .1 


1 .076 


■»o.i 


1 .539 


43.1 


517 


1ft. 5 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


91 


4 


a . Q 


8 


8.8 


1 7 


1 8.7 


25 


27.5 


?9 


31.9 


8 


8.8 


ST. MAPY'S 


320 


21 


6.6 


23 


7.2 


51 


15.9 


123 


38 .ft 


79 


24.7 


23 


7.2 


SOMERSET 




3 


ft .6 


3 


ft. 6 


7 


10.8 


1 3 


'O.T 


21 


3?.-' 


18 


27.7 


TALP^T 


97 


6 


6.2 


7 


7.2 


4 


ft .1 


01 


42 ."^ 


22 


22 .7 


1 7 


17.5 


WA SHI NGTON 


533 


20 


3.7 


21 


3.9 


68 


1 2.7 


1 78 


3 3.4 


1 48 


27.8 


98 


18. ft 


UlfOMiro 


3«50 


15 


ft . 3 


12 


3. ft 


2? 


6. ^ 


106 


30.3 


111 


31.7 


84 


2ft. 


WORCESTER 


I'l 


1 


0.8 




3 .8 


21 


16 .0 


51 


•»8 .0 


29 


22 .1 


2ft 


18.3 


BALTIMORE CITY 


3 t 899 


1 ?5 


3.2 


1 32 


3. ft 


419 


10.7 


1.217 


^1 .o 


1 . 1 96 


■^0.7 


8 10 


20.8 



TABLE 

T0T«l P«?OFF«;SIONaL STAFF «T SrrOMn»RY SCHOOL LFvFL 
RY YE*!?S OF FXPE'^IFNCF 
NARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTFMRFR lo7R 

1 ? l-li 5-0 10-19 20 ANn OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE NT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 




p F p r t" N T 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCFN 


TOTAL STATE 


21 »0R2 


PP3 


« .2 


866 


tt . 1 


1 t 730 


8 .2 


5.9P7 




7 iRtt9 


■•7.2 


3.85 7 


18.3 


ALLFGAMY 


3P7 


! 1 


2.fl 


1 3 


3 .3 


22 


5.7 


85 


27.0 


150 


"'fl .7 


106 


27.4 


ANME ARUNOEL 


1 . 7a5 


72 


« .1 


73 


4.2 


1 «5 


8.3 


585 


73.5 


659 


37.0 


211 


12.1 


B ALTT10RE 




139 


a .0 


125 


3.6 


1 9tt 


5.6 


P tt 9 


'tt .7 


1 .420 


41 .3 


707 


20.6 


C*L VE PT 




9 


6.2 


10 


6.9 


23 


15.9 


tt7 


79. "t 


tt8 


33.1 


13 


9.0 


CAPOLI NE 


1 n <9 


1 ] 


7 , U 


1 J 


7 . tt 


2 5 


16.8 


"» U 


9? , P 


tt 7 


■'I 5 


7 1 


1 11 1 


CARROLL 


7^1 


1 fl 


5 .« 


17 


5. I 


38 


11.5 


115 


"^tt.-f 


106 


32.0 


37 


11.2 


CECIL 


27U 


1 6 




1 5 


5.5 


31 


11.3 


IOC 


'6 ."^ 


84 


30.7 


28 


10.2 


CHARLES 


■?16 


17 


5.<» 


30 


9.5 


38 


12.0 


80 


7 8 . O 


110 


34 . B 


32 


10. 1 


DOPCHE STE R 


113 


7 


6.7 




3.5 


8 


7.1 


79 


"'U .5 


34 


'0.1 


21 


18.6 


FREDERICK 


5«i2 


3'» 


6.1 


2fi 


5.1 


tttt 


8 .0 


20 P 


'6.2 


177 


'2 .1 


69 


12.5 


GARRETT 


91 


5 


5 .S 


3 


3.3 


6 


6.6 


22 


7tt . 7 


■^5 


38.5 


20 


22.0 


HARFORP 


633 


39 


6.2 


2ft 


tt .tt 


57 


9 .0 


177 


28 .0 


241 


38.1 


91 


14.4 


HOUARO 


<I<»1 


23 


'J.7 


20 


tt. 1 


50 


10.2 


I 8« 


■^7.5 


1 59 


32. tt 


55 


li.2 


KENT 


62 


8 


12.9 


3 


« .8 


3 


tt .8 


2tt 


■»8 .7 


18 


29 .0 


6 


9.7 


MO\'TGOHFRY 


3 t 363 


"1 


2.7 


77 


2. 3 


203 


6.0 


8tt6 


25.1 


1.315 


39.1 


8 31 


24.7 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


3t7«;2 


162 


« .3 


1 21 


3. 3 


297 


7. 9 


1 .077 


PS. 7 


1 .511 


ttO. 8 


561 


14.9 


QUEEN « NNE 'S 


P9 


7 


7.9 


tt 


tt .5 


8 


9 .0 


25 


28 .1 


14 


"«8 .2 


1 1 


12.3 


ST. MAPY'S 


203 


12 


5 . 9 


1 3 


6. tt 


3tt 


16.7 


70 


•^tt.5 


57 


7«. 1 


1 7 


8.4 


S OWEPS ET 


107 


7 


6.5 


ft 


7 .5 


10 


9.3 


r7 


79.0 


29 


27.1 


21 


19.6 


TALflOT 


111 


5 


a . s 


5 


tt. 5 


1 3 


11.7 


37 




10 


77.0 


21 


18.9 


WASHINGTON 


379 


9 


? .u 


22 


5 .8 


?tt 


6 .-^ 


87 


72 .0 


1^0 


35 .-^ 


103 


27.2 


Uiroi'TCO 


3P9 


1 9 


« .9 


20 


5.1 


56 


1 4 .4 


05 


2tt .11 


1 37 


'5 .2 


62 


15.9 


WOPCE STF R 


1 ■'6 


5 


3.7 


tt 


2.9 


9 


6.6 


tt9 


■^6.0 


50 


36. a 


19 


14.0 


BALTIMORE cITY 


3. RUG 


1 "57 


1 .1 


209 


5 .tt 


392 


10 .2 


1 . Otttt 


27 .7 


1 ,244 


32 .4 


79 n 


20. 7 




TABLE 



TOTAL PPOPESSION&L STAFF »T «<TDDIE * NO COMOINFO SfHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF FXPERIFMCE 
HA9YLAMD PURLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTEMBER f^fl 

1 ? ■?-(« 5-<J 10-19 20 ANO OVER 

LOCAL unit TOTAL 







NUM 3ER 


PER CFN T 


NIIHSER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


OERCENT 


NU1BE R 


"ERCENT 


NUM8E R 


PERCENT 


NUMRFR 


PFRCFf 


TOTAL STAT"^ 




370 


6 


35B 


6.6 


706 


13.0 


1 . 741 




1 i63n 


29. 


621 


11.5 


ALLFG ANY 


1 1 1 


6 


s . a 


3 


2.7 


1 S 


13.5 


31 


2 7.9 


38 


■^4 . 2 


la 


16.2 


ANNE aPUNoEL 




3 6 


6.1 


H 3 


7.3 


72 


12.2 


22? 


37.7 


175 


29.7 


4 1 


7.0 


8ALTI*(0RE 


«70 




9.«l 


3a 


7.2 


53 


11.3 


130 


27.7 


149 


31.7 


58 


12.3 


CALVERT 


110 


a 


7.3 


1 1 


10 .0 


18 


16 .4 


7^ 


•»0 .0 


30 


27 .3 


10 


9.1 


CAROI TMF 




5 


1 3 . "i 


\ 


2.7 




10.8 


1 2 


3 2.4 


9 


24 . 


(, 


16.2 


CARROLL 


"Jl 1 


1 5 


1 


31 


10 .0 


42 


1 3 .5 


B3 


26.7 


99 


31 .8 


4 I 


13.2 


CECIL 


1?7 


10 


7.9 


10 


7 .9 


10 


7 .9 


41 


"'2.3 


47 


■'7.0 


9 


7.1 


CHARLES 


267 


32 


12.0 


II 


5.2 


37 


13.9 


B9 


3-K.3 


67 


25.1 


28 


10.5 


DORCHESTER 


10? 


1 2 


1 1 .B 


4 


3.9 


12 


! 1 .fl 


■»? 


'1 .4 


30 


29 .4 


12 


11.8 


F DE DT C K 


17 3 


1 4 


fl . 1 


q 


2.3 


■5 1 


17.9 


4 8 


'7.7 


55 


3 1.8 


21 


12.1 


G A opp T T 


7 3 


6 


B .2 


B 


10.9 


7 


9.6 


2 4 


32.9 


20 


27.4 


B 


10.9 


H A P F RC^ 




38 


B . 7 


3B 


8.7 


62 


14.1 


158 


36.1 


1 3 


23.5 


39 


8.9 


H U A R n 


179 


?6 


6.9 


20 


5.3 


53 


14.0 


149 


'9.' 


97 


?5 .6 


34 


9.0 


K E *^ T 


6 3 


3 


t . B 


4 


6.3 


1 


15.9 


20 


■^1 .7 


1 6 


2 5.4 


1 


15.9 


MOVTGO«ERY 


391 


19 


« .9 


22 


5.6 


49 


12.5 


134 


34.3 


133 


■»4 . 


34 


8.7 


PRTNC«^ GEORPE'S 


ITi 


9 


6.7 


IS 


11 .1 


20 


1 4 .fl 


45 


■^3.3 


39 


28 .9 


7 


5.2 


QUFEM ANNE'S 


95 


7 


7.<» 


4 


4.2 


15 


15.8 


3? 


33.7 


26 


27.4 


11 


11.6 


ST. MARY'S 


170 


9 


5.3 


10 


5 .9 


26 


15.3 


62 


"'6.5 


45 


26 


IB 


10.6 


SO"<ERSET 


73 


6 


B.2 


5 


6. a 


16 


?1 .9 


1 4 


1 9.? 


21 


28. fl 


11 


15.1 


TAl BOT 


P i» 


8 


R.s 


9 


10.7 


1 1 


t 3 .1 


24 


2B .6 


22 


26 .2 


10 


11.9 


UA SHINGTON 


3«fl 


11 


3.2 


28 


8.0 


32 


9.? 


96 


27.*, 


1 1 9 


•'4.2 


62 


1 7.8 


UlCO"1iro 


36 


2 


S .S 


3 


8.3 


5 


1 3.9 


1 5 


41.7 


8 


22.2 


3 


8. 3 


UO^CSTER 


1?7 


2 


1.6 


B 


6.3 


8 


6 


'3 


?6.0 


51 


40.1 


25 


19.7 


BALTIMORE CITY 


707 


«tO 


■5.7 


29 


4.1 


9B 


13.9 


21 4 


30.3 


221 


31.' 


105 


14.9 



TABLE 



Total hfu profession*! st«ff *t school lfvei 

nv YEARS OF FYPERIFNCF 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTFKPFR 1 97fl 



1 ? ■»-« 5-0 10-19 20 AND OVFR 

LOCAL UNIT total 







NUMPER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCE NT 


MUMPER 


PFRTENT 


MUMPER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


NUMBER 


PFRCEN 


total state 


3,244 


1 1 no 3 


55 


.6 


291 


9 .0 


3 8 


10.4 


59"; 


1 « . 3 


195 


6.0 


22 


0. 


7 


ALLEG ANY 


*9 




61 


.2 


4 


8.2 


4 


8.2 


7 


1 4.-^ 


4 


8.2 





0. 





ANNE aPUNdEL 


277 


149 


53 


.« 


21 


7.6 


35 


12.6 


60 


21 .7 


11 


4.0 


1 


0. 


4 


BALTI f»ORE 


U7l 


258 


6 1 




27 


6.4 


35 


8.3 


68 


16.1 


25 


5.9 


8 




9 


CALVERT 


73 


35 


47 


.9 


7 


9 .6 


1 1 


15.1 


1 


1 .7 


10 


13.7 





0. 





r Af? 01 I NF 




2 3 


67 


.6 


■5 


8.8 




2.9 


7 


? . 6 


!) 


0.0 





0. 





CARROLL 


1?7 


5 7 


4 4 


.9 


14 


11 .0 


1 9 


1 5 .0 


29 


22 . P 


7 


5 .5 


I 


0. 


e 


CECIL 


90 


43 


47 


.ft 


13 


14.4 


10 


11.1 


20 


22.9 


4 


4.4 





0. 





CHARLES 


IS6 


71 


45 




17 


10.9 


1 8 


1 1.5 


38 


24.3 


12 


7.7 





0. 





DOPCHFSTER 




23 


69 


.7 


4 


12.1 


2 


6 .1 


2 


6.1 


2 


6.1 





0. 





FPr nr rt r k 


171 


9 3 


54 


. 4 


J 3 


7.6 


2 7 


15.8 


2 P 


1^.4 


1 


J • " 





0. 





GAPPETT 


?H 


1 7 


70 


.8 


1 


4.2 


3 


12.5 




12 ."^ 


n 


0.0 





0. 





HAffFORn 


1«0 


102 


56 


.7 


8 


4.4 


1 3 


7.2 


37 


'0.5 


18 


10.0 


2 


1. 


1 


houaro 


191 


79 


41 


.4 


15 


7 .9 


22 


11 .5 


62 


■»2 .5 


1 3 


6.P 





0. 





KENT 


24 


1 6 


66 


.7 


2 


8.3 


2 


8 .3 


4 


16.7 





.0 





0. 





MONTGOMERY 


513 


165 


32 


.2 


39 


7.6 


92 


1 7.9 


1 50 


29.? 


60 


11.7 


7 


1. 


4 


PRTNCr GEORGE'S 


435 


?1 5 


49 


.4 


36 


8 .3 


53 


12 .2 


103 


23 .7 


27 


6 .2 


1 


0. 


2 


OUFEV ANNE'S 


23 


1 5 


65 


.2 





0.0 


1 


4.3 


7 


30.4 





0.0 





0. 





ST. f«ARY«S 


97 


40 


41 


.2 


13 


13 .4 


14 


14 .4 


22 


22 .7 


6 


6.2 


2 


2. 


1 


SO««EPS'^T 


?6 


15 


57 


.7 


3 


11.5 


5 


19.2 


2 


7.7 


1 


3.8 





0. 





TALBOT 


25 


1 9 


76 


.0 


1 


4 .0 


3 


12.0 


1 


4.0 


1 


4 .0 





0. 





WASHI Mn TON 


96 


39 


40 


.6 


21 


21.9 


12 


12.5 


1 7 


17.7 


7 


7.3 





0. 





WICOMICO 


63 


30 


4 7 


.6 


3 


4 .8 


1 3 


20 .6 


9 


14 


7 


11 .1 


1 


1. 


b 


UOPCESTER 


22 


7 


31 


. 8 


4 


18.2 


4 


1 8.2 


5 


29.7 


2 


9.1 





0. 





BALTIMORE cTTY 


446 


2B2 


63 


.2 


67 


15 .0 


35 


7 .8 


^1 


11 .4 


11 


2 .5 





0. 





LEA T?ANSF'^RS 


352 


20 


5 


.7 


45 


12.8 


96 


27.3 


147 


41.8 


43 


12.? 


1 


0. 


3 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE iNCLUOEn In INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS» BUT EXCt.UOFD FROM STATE TOTAL. 




TABLE 

TOTAL MEU PROFESSIONAL ST»FP «T FLE "E NT* SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 
MARYLAND OURLIC SCHOOLS! SEPTF««RER ^ 0i9 

t ? S-R lO-lR 20 Ann OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 









PER CEN T 


N U B E R 


PERCENT 


Nu"aEP 


PrRPFNT 


NU^PFR arPCFNT 


NUM=1FR 


OERCENT 


NUMP^ R 


PERCEf 


TOTAL STATE 






55 .6 


101 


S.O 


1 U3 


1 1 


??5 


17.9 




6 ."^ 


7 


0.5 


ALt EPS MY 


?2 


1 3 


^9.1 


3 


13.6 


2 


9 .1 


■» 


1"'.6 


1 


a 





0.0 


AN'JE 4PUNDFL 


I 1 1 


52 


■16 . o 




7.2 


1 7 


15.3 


30 


?7.0 




2.7 


1 


0.9 


B A LTI "ORE 


17 7 


1 Q 


5 P . 7 


1 ■» 


7 .3 


1 7 


9 .6 


27 


15.3 


1 «; 


P ."^ 




0.6 


CALVERT 


?7 


1 R 


70.0 


2 


7 .a 


1 


3 .7 


It 


1 a . ' 


1 


3.7 





0.0 


CAROLINE 


1 1 


7 


63. ^ 


1 


9. 1 


1 


9.1 


? 


1 . 





0.0 





0.0 


CAOPOLL 


= 6 


75 


aa .6 


7 


12.5 


9 


16 .1 


1 •« 




? 


3 .6 





0.0 


CECIL 


ao 


?0 


50 .0 


5 


12.5 


4 


10.0 


1 1 


27. S 





0. 9 





0.0 


CHA RLE S 


■;<» 


25 


46.3 


3 


5.5 


7 


13.0 


1 


75.9 




9."' 





0.0 


DOfCHFSTER 


10 


5 


50.0 


3 


30 .0 





.0 





0.0 


2 


20.0 





o.u 


FRFD<^ RICK 


an 


49 


5^.3 


7 


n. 3 


1 7 


^0.2 


6 


7.1 


5 


5.9 





0.0 


GAORTTT 


1 2 


8 


66.7 





0.0 


3 


25 .0 


1 







.0 





0.0 


H* PFOPr' 


a R 


25 


52.1 


1 


2 . 1 


2 


a .2 


1 


20 ,« 


9 


1 S .7 


1 


2.1 


HOUAR'^ 


6 ? 


32 


50 . R 


6 


9.5 


(, 


9.5 


1 


'P. 6 


1 


1.6 





0.0 


KEWT 


R 


5 


55.5 





.0 


1 


11.1 






n 


.0 





0.0 


MO^TRO'<ER Y 


221 


69 


31 .? 


1 1 


5 .0 


ao 


1 fl .1 


65 


20.0 


33 


1 a .9 


3 


1 . 3 


PRTN'-E GEORnE'S 


\UH 


70 


a7.3 


1 3 


<^.H 


1 9 


1 2. 


10 


26.3 


7 


a . -r 





0.0 


aU^EN iMNE'S 


6 


3 


50.0 





.0 


1 


16 .7 


2 







.0 





0.0 


ST. «1«PY«S 


SO 


'0 


ao .0 


7 


la.o 


9 


1 R.O 


1 2 


5a. T 


1 


2.0 


1 


2.0 


SO"EPSET 


n 


3 


75 .0 





0.0 


1 


25.0 





o.o 





0.0 





0.0 


T A L P T 





6 


66.7 


1 


11.1 


1 


11.1 


1 


11.1 





.0 





0.0 


UASHINnTOm 


ai 


'0 


a« . 


1? 


29.3 


a 


9.7 


5 


15.5 





0.0 





0.0 


uiroHico 


1 9 


9 


a7.a 


1 


5.3 


3 


1 5 .fl 


1 


1 •= .» 


3 


15 .P 





0.0 


UOPCESTFS 


6 





0.0 


2 


33.3 


1 


16.7 


2 


33. 


1 


16.7 





0.0 


BALTIMORE CITY 


1S6 


1 1 B 


75.6 


1 5 


9 .6 


ft 


5.1 


1 2 


7.7 




1 .o 





0.0 


LEA T^ANSF-^OS 


128 


9 


7.0 


20 


15.6 


31 


2a. 2 




a5.3 


11 


7 . <» 





0.0 


NOTE: TRaNSFe-RS 


6ETUEEM 


UK- ITS ARE 


INCL UDEO 


IN INOIVIDUAL 


LOCAL UNIT TOTAL"; 


. Put 


EXCLUDED 


FRO?* STATE TOTAL. 








TABLE 

TOTAL NEU PROFFSSIOMAL <;TaFF AT SECONDAPY SCHOOL LFVFL 
BY YEA9S OF EXPERTFWCF 
MARYLAMD PUtHLIC SCHOOLS! SFPTfRFR l-JTfl 

t 7 7-a 5-9 10-19 ?0 AND OVFR 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 







N ^ER 


p f 9 cEN T 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


Nu "BEP 


PF RCE N T 


NUiRf a 


pr 9cr N T 




PF RC F N T 


NUMRE R 




TOTAL STATF 


1 t«32 


7',8 


53.6 


141 


9.8 


144 


10.1 


27R 


1 9.U 


90 




11 


0. a 


ALf EPaMY 


1 7 


1 1 


6<t . 7 


1 


5.9 


1 


5 .9 


■» 


17./, 


1 


5 .9 





0.0 


JMMP APUNOFL 


1 1 ■? 


65 


57 .•• 


5 


4.4 


1 4 


12.4 


21 


1 " . 6 


n 


7.1 





0.0 


BALTIMORE 


1 Q 1 


117 


61 . 


1 


5 .? 


1 4 


7,3 


3 6 


18.8 


9 


4 .7 


i; 


2.6 


CAL Vf RT 


30 





30.0 


? 


6 .7 


9 


30.0 


■? 


10 .n 


7 


23 .3 





0.0 


CA-'OLIME 


t6 


1 1 


68.7 


1 


6.3 





0.0 


4 


25.0 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


CAPROLL 


«0 


1 7 


112 .5 


3 


7 .5 


7 


T7.5 


1 


25 .0 


2 


5 .0 


1 


2.5 


CECIL 


?7 


1 3 


«8 . 1 


a 


14.8 


3 


11.1 


6 


■>■>.■> 


1 


3,7 





0.0 


CH » 9L^ S 


4 1 


1 6 


39.0 


9 


21.9 


n 


9.7 


1 


2 0.4 


7 


4,9 





0.0 


DOPCHFSTER 


9 


7 


77.8 





0.0 


1 


1 1 .1 


1 


11.1 


n 


0.0 





0,0 


FREDERICK 


66 


31 


tt7 .0 


6 


9.1 


7 


10.6 


1 7 


25.-' 


5 


7.6 





0.0 


GARRETT 


7 


5 


71 .1 


1 


14 





.0 


1 


14.'' 


n 


0.0 





0.0 


H APF ORO 


66 




59.1 


3 


4.5 


7 


10.6 


1 


19,7 


a 


6.1 





0.0 


H OWA RO 


67 


22 


■'2.8 


? 


3 .0 


9 


1 3 .11 


2 6 


•» B . R 


p 


1 1 .9 





0.0 


KENT 


1? 


a 


66.7 


2 


16.7 


1 


8.3 


1 


8, T 





0.0 





0,0 


M0NT60WFRY 




78 


33.1 


2^ 


9 .7 


38 


16 .1 


72 


in ,c 


27 


9 


3 


1.3 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


27<» 


1 38 


50 .0 


22 


8.0 


32 


11.7 


61 


T ? , 7 


20 


7.3 


1 


0, 4 


OUFEN ANNE'S 


1 1 


6 


5tt .5 





.0 





.0 


5 


45,5 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. MARY'S 


32 


1 2 


37.5 


5 


15.6 


4 


1 2.5 


6 


1 «,7 


a 


17-5 


I 


3. 1 


SOMERSET 


1 ft 


6 


A?. 9 


3 


21 .4 


2 


14 .3 


? 


1 4 


1 


7.1 





0.0 


TALROT 


6 


5 


83.3 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


1 


1 6.7 





0.0 


UASHINPTON 


?7 


9 


33.3 


5 


18.5 


5 


1 8 .5 


6 




2 


7.4 





0.0 


wiro««iro 


ao 


1 9 


7.5 


2 


5 .0 


9 


22 .5 


5 


17.'; 


a 


10 .0 


I 


2.5 


UORCESTFR 


10 


5 


50 .0 





0.0 


2 


20.0 


3 


TO.O 





0,0 





0,0 


BALTI»*CRE cTTY 


2"»8 


i?a 


53.8 


48 


20 .2 


24 


10 .1 


30 


17.6 


P 


3 ,4 





0-0 


LE« TRtNSFFRS 


l = fl 


9 


5.7 


16 


10.1 


«9 


31 .0 


6 4 


40-5 


19 


12 .O 


1 


0.6 


notf: transffrs 


BETUEEN 


UNITS ARE 


IN ClUOEO 


IN INOItflDuAL 


LOCAL UNIT TOTALS 


, BUT 


EXCLUOEO 


FR0«1 STATE TOTaL. 








TABLE 



TOT«L ^EU PROFESSTON«l STAFF *T t«inDLF AK'P CO^^IN'^D SCHOOL LFVEL 
Ry YEARS OF EXPERIEMCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC schools: SFPTFWPFP '97fl 

1 ? T-0 5 - o 10-10 20 ANO OVER 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL 









D C" D C" M T 


kill U U D 


P E R r c Nl 


Kill \Mti C Ft 

r.'u MR t R 


r\ C n C BIT 


nj U r r ► K 


o r~ r> ^ »i T 




n f" O ^ *l T 

P r RC r W T 


NUHR ER 


n ^ n f* r % 

PFRCE r 


TOTAL STATF 








a9 


fl .fl 


51 






16.-^ 


27 


4.1 


4 


0.7 


A 1 1 C A U V 


1 n 


o 


T u • > i 


u 


u • u 




I 'J • u 


1 




2 




U 


Urn U 




3 


■* 2 


60.1 


ft 


15,1 


1 






T 7 » 





.0 





0.0 


D AL T I WORE 


3 


3 7 


6 "J . 8 


4 


7.5 


1 


7 • 5 




P • 1 


1 


1 . " 


2 


3. 8 


CALtf'^PT 


1 6 


7 


« 3 .7 


3 


18 .7 


1 


6 ."^ 




IP. 7 


2 


12.5 





0.0 


CA-'OLTftje 


7 


5 


71 .<» 


1 


11.3 





0.0 


1 


1 tt.^ 





0.0 





0.0 


C APpOL L 


■J J 


] ^5 


t R . U 


ll 


12.9 


3 


9 ,7 




t . 




9.7 




0.0 


i# t. 4' 1 L 


? 3 


1 


13.5 


1 


17.1 


3 


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1 . • 'I 


3 




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n r\ 
u . u 


^ Li A O I C ^ 


1 


3D 


19,2 


5 


8.2 


7 


1 1 . s 


1 1 




5 


8.2 





0.0 


DOPCHFSTER 


1 « 


1 1 


7R.6 


1 


7.1 


1 


7.1 


1 


7.1 





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0.0 


FRf DE9TCK 


?1 


1 3 


61 . P 





0.0 


3 


1 a. 3 


c; 


'3.8 





0.0 





0.0 


G A PRTT T 


5 


n 


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0.0 


M A O r n 170 


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2 1 . 




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2 9.5 




6.5 


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0.0 


KfMT 


3 


3 


100.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


MOVTGO"FRY 


^6 


1 8 


32 .1 


5 


8 .9 


11 


25 .0 


1 "" 


2"^ .2 


5 


ft .o 


1 


1.8 


PRTNCF GEORRE'S 


1 3 


7 


';3 .8 


1 


7.7 


2 


1 5 .1 


7 


23.1 





.0 





0.0 


OUEFN ANNE'S 


(S 




1 00 .0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


ST. HaPY'S 


1 5 


8 


•^3.3 


1 


6.7 


1 


6 .7 


u 


26 .7 


1 


6 .7 





0.0 


SO«ERSFT 


B 


6 


7S .0 





0.0 


2 


25.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


TALBOT 


10 




80 .0 





0.0 


2 


20.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0. 


WA SHINGTON 




10 


^5.7 


1 


11.3 


3 


1 .7 


6 


■>1 .1 


«; 


17.9 





0. 


uiroiiro 


a 


? 


SO .0 





0.0 


1 


?5. 


1 


2';.n 





0.0 





0.0 


UORCESTFR 


6 


2 


33 .-^ 


2 


33.3 


1 


16 .7 





0.0 


1 


16 .7 





0.0 


BAI TI WORE CT T Y 




36 


69.? 


1 


7.7 


3 


5.8 


9 


17.7 





0.0 





0.0 


LEA TPeNSFFPS 


f 6 


2 


3.0 


P 


13.6 


16 


21 .2 


?•= 


77.9 


1 1 


21 .2 





0.0 


note: TRANSFERS 


'^ETUEFN 


UNITS ARE INCLU0E1 


IN INOIVIOUAL 


LOCAL U'^IT TOTALS 


, 9UT 


EXCLUOED 


FROM STATE TOTAL 








TABLE 

TOT*L PPOFE<;SION«t STAFF AT SCHOOL fVFl 
RV TYPE OF CERTIFICATF 
MARYLANO PIIPIIC schools: SFPTFfPFP 107R 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 
LOCAL UWIT TOTAL TOTAL AflVANCED STANOARP TOTAL PEGPFE MOM- OTHER 

NUHPER PERCENT NlJ^ftER PERCENT OERREE 



TOTAL STAT^ 


« 7 t "^76 


46.879 


9 , 9 


32. 252 


14.627 


4 97 


1 .0 


36 3 


125 


9 


ALl ttrfl 


P 1 5 


8 4 2 


99.6 


A. Q n 


1 6/ 


3 




£ 


« 

1 


u 


ANi^E APdNOFL 


4 » 1 59 


4 . 1 -^4 


99.4 


2.691 


1,443 


25 


0.6 


1 3 


1 2 





BALTIMORE 


6.P0« 


6.793 


99 .8 


5.429 


1 .164 


1 1 


.2 


5 


6 





CAL VF RT 


HU6 


444 


99.5 


250 


194 


2 


0.4 


2 








CAROLI NE 


?99 


?97 


99 .■>: 


147 


150 


2 


0.7 





2 





Cf^" ROLL 


I t 8 9 


1.086 


9 9.7 


6 51 


4 3 5 


3 


0.3 


2 


I 





CECIL 


735 


7?4 


9P .5 


392 




1 1 


1 .5 


10 


1 





CHARLES 


992 


077 


98 .5 


524 


45^ 


15 


1 .5 


1 4 


1 





DORCHESTER 


•»*»« 


^39 


98.5 


201 


138 


5 


1 .5 


2 


3 





FRFDERTCK 


1 1 'a 3 


1.315 


97 .9 


79^^ 


5?? 


28 


2.1 


21 


7 





GAR RF T T 


302 


302 


10 0.0 


19 3 


10 9 





0.0 











HARFORO 


1 . fl9fi 


1 . 885 


99.3 


1.208 


677 


13 


0.7 


8 


5 





HOWARH 


1.182 


1.462 


98 .7 


829 


6''3 


20 


1 .3 


8 




9 


KENT 


196 


193 


9 8.5 


104 


89 


3 


1-5 


2 


1 


n 


MOMTCOKER Y 


A . 605 


6.587 


99 .7 


5.263 


1 . 324 


1 8 


P-3 


12 


6 





PRINCE GEORGE'S 


7.057 


7.371 


98.8 


5.475 


1 .896 


86 


1 . 1 


74 


1 ? 




QU''EN ANNE 'S 


?75 


275 


1 on .0 


142 


1 33 





0.0 











ST. GARY'S 


693 


677 


07.7 


353 


324 


16 


2.3 


1 I 


s 





SOf"ERS'"T 


215 


238 


97 .1 


128 


110 


7 


? .9 


3 


4 





T»l POT 


?92 


287 


9P .3 


162 


125 


5 


1 .7 


1 


4 





gASHI TON 


1 . 760 


1.246 


98.9 


912 


434 


14 


1 .1 


8 


6 





uiro»ico 


775 


773 


99 ,7 


459 


314 


2 


.3 


2 


n 





UORCE STER 


'9<» 


389 


90.7 


228 


161 


5 


1 .3 


5 







BALTI'^ORE CTTY 


f tnu6 


8.24 3 


97 .6 


5.138 


3.105 


203 


2 .4 


1 58 


45 






TABLE 

T0T4L P«OFFSSIONAL STSFF «T FL T l"T 4 P Y ^CHIOI LfVFL 
PY TYPE OF CFPTIFTTATr 
M4PYL4M0 PU'ILIC SCHOOL";: SEPTrMPF* 1 o ^ 

PPOFTSSIONAL PPCVTSIOMAL 
LOCAL UM T TOT*L T0T4L iPVANCEn ST»Mn*5r) TOT«L OFHPFF NOM- OTHER 

NUKPFR PFRCFMT K'U'*PER pFPCFNT "fRPpF 




TOTAL ^TATf" 


?i t s 6fi 


2 1 7a i( 


90,0 


1 . ?0o 


6.500 


120 


" .6 


10? 


20 


? 


ALL^G 4«J Y 




6 


9 0.7 


279 


67 


1 


0.3 


1 


n 


r) 


kU^f «PUMn'"L 


1.025 


1 .P?? 


99 


1.160 


65» 


3 


0.2 


3 








SALTfORE 


, OQO 


? .900 


10 0.0 


2.297 


60 3 





0.0 











C A L y/F R T 


191 


1 90 


90.5 


117 


73 


1 


0.5 


1 








L ^ u L ! "f 


113 


113 


10 0.0 


5? 


5 





0.0 











CAPPOLL 


a 47 


7 


100.0 


?59 


1 PP 





.0 











CEf XL 




■»?9 


9P.5 


163 


166 


5 


1 .5 


5 








CHSPL'^S 


«09 


any 


99 


220 


1R7 


2 


0.5 


2 








n n n c c T c n 


129 


1 ?9 


1 ■) . n 


7 7 


5 ? 





0.0 















A O ft 


9 R ll 


7 e: o 

J J c 


A 

<c ~ 




1.0 




1 




GA^RFTT 


1 38 


1 3B 


1 00 .0 


85 


53 





P.O 





n 





HAPFOPn 


•127 


<>?0 


99. A> 


539 


2«5 


3 


0.4 


? 


1 





HOWARD 


f.1? 




99 .3 


351 


257 





.7 


1 


1 


2 


KF'IT 


71 


70 


9 ^ . % 


36 


30 


1 


1 .0 


1 





1 


MOMTGO'«FR Y 


?.P51 


? . P02 


99 .7 


2.20? 


600 


9 


.3 


6 


3 





ORTNCF GEORGE'S 


lt'570 


3. S03 


99. ? 


2.666 


977 


27 


0.7 


2? 


5 





ou'"f^ anne»«; 


91 


91 


1 00 .0 


• 


51 





0.0 











ST. HAPY'S 


720 


^1 3 


97 . B 


160 


1 53 


7 


2.2 


6 


1 





SO"«FRSET 


65 


6H 


9 L 5 


01 


?3 


1 


1.5 


1 








TALROT 


97 


97 


100 .0 


61 


36 





0.0 











UA <;HI NG TON 


S33 




9fl.3 


320 


200 


9 


1 .7 


4 


5 


T 


uii'CTro 


'50 


3';o 


1 00 .0 


221 


1 26 





0.0 











WOPCF STF R 


131 


1 ?R 


97.7 


72 


56 


3 


2.3 


3 








eALTI«OPE fTTY 


7 , pop 


3.PJ-1 


99 .0 


2.3P0 


1 .077 


3« 


1 .0 


35 


7 






TABLE 

57 



TOTAL PROFFSSIONftL ST»FF AT SFCONOARY SCHOOL LFVPL 
BY TYPE or CEPTinCATF 
HAPYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOL^: SFPTF»"RrR I'J-'fl 



PROFFSSIONAL PPOVTSTONAL 
LOCAL UNIT TOTAL TOTAL AOVANCEO STAMOARO TOTAL OEGPFE NOM- 

NUHPFR PERCFMT MU««BER oFPCFNT OFGRFE 



OTHER 



TOTAL STATE 


?1 f 09? 


20. 760 


98 .4 


14.843 


5.917 


33? 


1 .6 


276 


1 0? 


4 


ALLEG ANY 




3R6 


99.7 


3?? 


64 


1 


0.3 





1 


T 


ANNE 4PUNDEL 


1 t 7i»5 


If 7? 3 


9P .7 


1.193 


5''0 


?? 


1 .3 


10 


1? 





BALTI "OPE 




3,1»?<» 


99.7 


2.795 


6?9 


10 


0.3 


4 


6 





C Al UF PT 




1 4 U 


99.3 


7 8 


66 




0.7 










CAROLINE 


1 '»9 


1 47 


9 8.7 


7? 


75 


? 


1.3 





2 




CARROLL 


731 


■'?8 


09 , 1 


210 


118 


3 


0.9 


2 


t 





CECIL 


274 


?69 


98.? 


152 


11 7 


5 


1 .8 


4 


1 





CHARLES 


716 


310 


9R .1 


17? 


1"'8 


6 


1 .9 


5 


1 





DORCHESTER 


1 1 ■? 


10 8 


9=' .6 


69 


39 


5 


4 .4 


? 


3 





FRF OF RTCK 




538 


97.5 


338 


?00 


14 


?.5 


8 


6 





GA PPET T 


91 


91 


100 .0 


68 


73 





n .0 





n 





HA=?FORn 




626 


98.9 


435 


191 


7 


1 .1 


3 


4 


T 


HOyAPO 


U91 


OPO 


97 .7 


281 


1 99 


1 1 


2 .2 


5 


7 


4 


KENT 


62 


60 


96.8 


37 


?3 


2 


3.2 


1 


1 





HOMTGOKFRY 




■».355 


99 .8 


2.730 


625 


8 


n .2 


5 


3 





PRINCE GEORGE'S 


7t 752 


3.695 


98.5 


2.729 


966 


57 


1 .5 


50 


7 




QU'"EK' aMNE 'S 


89 


P9 


1 00 .0 


50 


39 





0.0 











ST. WAPY'S 


?03 


196 


96 .5 


no 


B6 


7 


3 .4 


3 








SO"«FPSFT 


107 


102 


95.3 


52 


50 


5 


4.7 


2 


3 





T A L P T 


1 1 1 


106 


9-^ .5 


64 


0? 


5 


4 .5 


1 


4 


n 


UA'^HI MG TON 


"^79 


375 


98.9 


271 


104 


4 


1 .1 


3 


1 





uTcofiro 




■^87 


99 .5 


219 


168 


2 


0.5 


2 


n 





UOPCF STF R 


1 36 


1 "^4 


98.5 


68 


66 


2 


1 .5 


? 








BALTIIORE CITY 


3 t P UO 


3.687 


96 .0 


2.328 


1.359 


153 


4 .0 


1 1 3 


40 






TABLE 



TOTSL PROf^ESS I0N4L STAFF 4T XTOOtF AMD COroTNFT SCHOOL lEVCt. 
RY TYPE OF CfPTIFirATF 
•lAfYLAND OUBLIC schools: SFPTF'^OFa 107^ 

POOFFSSIONAL PROVISION' AL 



LOCAL UNIT 


TOT AL 


TOT AL 


ADV ANCEO 


ST A igo A RO 


TOTAL 


OFGPFE 


^I0^I- 


OTHF 






Ml p rP 


P ERC T 








PF R r E N T 




nrppFF 




TOTAL '^TATF 


■=.1116 


5t "^75 


90 .? 


3.205 


2 . 1 70 


ftl 


0.7 


'5 


7 


3 


ALLFC, AMY 


111 


110 


99.1 


79 


31 


1 


0.9 


1 








AN^'E aRUNO^'L 




5 P 9 


J fin , 


33ft 


255 




n ,0 


a 








OA) TTWrtDP 


170 




9 9 , 


7 7 7 


17? 


I 


0.2 








C AL VF R T 


110 


110 


100.0 


55 


55 





f> .0 











C A ' OL T ME 


37 




10 9.0 


20 


1 7 




0.0 








T 


CARROLL 


'1 1 


1 


1 00 .0 


IB? 


129 





.0 





n 





CECIL 


127 


1 26 


9 9.? 


77 


«9 


1 


■ 1 . n 


1 








P LJ A O 1 C" C 

L H a h L r S 


267 


o X ri 
ft U 


O "7 b 


13 2 


1 2P 




? A 


7 




n 

u 




102 


1 no 


I LI • i 


c c 


ft 7 









fi 

*j 


/I 






1 ^9 


97 • 7 


10 3 


6 6 


(I 


2,3 


II 


p 





GA-?RE IT 


73 


73 


100.0 


ftO 


7 7 





0.0 










HA'^FOPr' 


6 36 


It 7 5 


99.3 


23ft 


201 


7 




3 


n 





M n ' 1 & Q n 
n w *>i •* " ' 


. 1 ^ 


■?7« 


9 , 7 


197 


17 7 


•5 


1.3 




r) 




K E •■' T 


63 


6 3 


1 00 .0 


7 1 


32 





C .0 











10''T';0'*ER Y 


'91 


390 


99.7 


291 


99 


1 


. 3 


1 





T 


PRTNC" GEORTE'S 


1 35 


173 


98 .5 


BO 


53 


2 


1 .5 


2 








QU'^'^N ANNE'S 


95 


95 


100.0 


52 


«3 





0.0 








1 


ST. K4RY«S 


170 


1 68 


9« .« 


83 


85 


2 


1 .2 


2 


p 





SO^FPSFT 


73 


7? 


9R.6 


35 


37 


1 


1 .4 





1 


T 


TAL POT 


84 




100 .0 


37 


07 





0.0 





n 





ta/A SHI N*^ T0\ 


■»48 




99.7 


221 


126 


1 


0.3 


1 








uiro»T'~o 


36 


■'6 


100 .0 


16 


20 





r .0 





o 





UORCESTF R 


127 


1 27 


100.0 


RB 


79 





0.0 


u 





T 


BALTI^IOPE CTTY 


707 


695 


9« .3 


ft?6 


? A9 


1 ? 


1 .7 


10 


? 






TABLE 



TOTAL MFU PR0FESST0N4I ST&FF »T SCHOOL LFVEL 
nv TYPE OF rFPTIFIC*TF 

MARrnMT PijHLir schools: septe'«rfr ^<i^'<\ 

PR0FFSSI0N4L PR07TSI0WAI 
LOCAL UMTT TOTAL- TOTAL AOtfAMCEO STANDARD TOTAL riF.r^P'^.E NON- OTHFR 

NUHPFR PFRCFNT NUWPER PFRCFNT OFRPFE 




TOTAL ^TATF 


,2 UU 


3 t 02 3 


93 .3 


561 


2 » 4 67 


216 


6.7 


15 4 


ST 


<5 


ALLFf? ANY 


49 


<t7 


O": .9 


8 


39 


2 


4.1 


2 








ANWF ARUNdFL 


?77 


?S9 


9' .5 


5 3 


206 


1 8 


6.5 


9 


9 





3ALTI "ORE 


421 


41 3 


9R..1 


117 


296 


8 


1 .9 


4 


4 





CALVFRT 


73 


72 


9fi .6 


18 


54 


1 


T .4 


1 


n 







T It 


~ c 






3 




5.9 


Q 






CARROLL 


127 


I?4 


97 .6 


28 


96 


3 


2 .4 


2 


1 





CECIL 


90 




9 4.4 


1 3 


72 


«5 


5.5 


4 


1 





CHARLES 


156 


1 a 4 


0? .3 


26 


IIP 


12 


7 .7 


12 





n 


OO'^CHESTER 


33 


32 


97.0 


7 


25 


I 


3.0 





1 


T 






1 o 

J ~ V 


^ 5 . U 


c ^ 


1 ' o 


i r 


' .U 


4 1 

1 1 


1 


u 


GARRETT 


24 


24 


100.0 


4 


20 





0.0 





P 




HA^FORP 


1 80 


1 73 


96 • 1 


4 1 


1 32 


7 


' .9 






r) 


HOUAPn 


191 


1 76 


9 ? • 1 


37 


13 9 


1 5 


7.9 


/l 


? 




KEIVT 


24 


?1 


87 .5 


5 


16 


3 


1 ? .5 


2 


1 





MCJTGOHERY 


513 


506 


9fl.6 


203 


30^^ 


7 


1 .4 


4 


3 


T 


PRINCF GEOPRE'S 


435 


rqn 


90 .6 


63 


3'1 


4 1 


9 .4 


'8 


3 





QUf"EM ANNE'S 


23 


■>3 


100.0 


2 


21 





0.0 











ST. K/IPY'S 


97 


fi6 


Pfl .7 


14 


72 


1 1 


1 1 .3 


7 


4 





SO«FRSFT 


26 


23 


18.5 


3 


20 


3 


11.5 


2 


1 





TALPOT 


25 


?1 


84 .0 





21 


4 


1 6 .0 


1 


7 





UA c.HI N'-^TON 


96 


R9 


9?. 7 


1 R 


71 


7 


7.3 


6 


1 





wirof«ico 


63 


61 


96 .8 





61 


2 


3.2 


2 


n 





UORCE STf R 


22 


?t 


95.5 


5 


1 6 


1 


4 .5 


1 








BALTIMORE C^TY 


446 


'«5 


86 .3 


1 3 


372 


61 


1 3.7 


44 


17 


n 


LEA TPANSFFRS 


'52 


■?42 


97.1 


1 4? 


200 


10 


2.8 


6 





4 



note: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARf INCLUDEO IN INOIVIDUAL LOCAL DMT TOTALSt PUT EXCLUDED FP0f« STAT^" TOTAL. 



TOT»L NEU PROFESSIONAL STOFF aT FLF»«F'JT4=Y SCHnOL LEVFL 
BY TYPf OF TEPTIFICiTF 
»<4PYL»«JD PUBLIC schools: SEPTFHRFP ]o-tt> 



TABLE 

60 



PPQFFSSIONAL 

LOCAL UNIT TOTAL TOTAL ADVANCEO 

NU»»FFK PERCEMT 



PPOVTSIO^'AL 
STANOAPO TOTAL nEGP<^E NON- 

HUHPEP PFPtrNT OFGPFF 



OTHEP 



TATAl CT*TC" 
1 U f A L ^> 1 * 1 r 


1 » ^ 5 6 


1 • ? ? 3 


9 7 » 1 


P 4 9 


970 


3 3 


2 .6 


2 




1 


AL Lt l3 ft W T 


2 2 


^ I 


9^.5 


2 


1 9 


1 


4.5 


1 







ANNF apuNqPL 


! 1 1 


1 ! 


99 .1 


22 


BP 


1 


,9 


1 








BAL TI "ORE 


1 77 


177 


100.0 


46 


t '1 





o.O 


J 





T 


CALVf'PT 


27 


?7 


I 00 .0 


6 


21 





.0 











C A''OLINE 


1 1 


1 1 


10 0.0 


1 


1 





0.0 











CAPPOLL 


56 


^6 


1 00 .0 


1 2 


u 





.0 











CEfIL 


ao 


"'fl 


95.0 


5 


33 


2 


5.0 


2 








CHAPLES 


54 


52 


96.'^ 


1 1 


41 


2 


' .7 


2 








OOPCHFSTEP 


1 


1 3 


100.0 


2 







0.0 











r R*- Or H iCK 


fi ft 


7 9 


9U , 


1 2 


A "7 


^ 










G A P RF TT 


1 2 


1 2 


10 0.0 


? 


1 





0.0 










HAPFOPP 


4 8 


a 7 


97 . 9 


J 7 


30 


J 


2.1 


1 








HOUAPn 


63 


61 


96.8 


14 


a 7 


2 


3.2 








2 


KEWT 


9 


8 


pa .9 


3 


5 


1 


1 1 .1 


1 








«(0»lTr;o''FRY 


??1 


220 


99.5 


95 


125 


1 


0.5 


1 








PRTNCF GEORPE'S 


1 «R 


139 


93 .9 


30 


109 


9 


6.1 


9 








OUFEM ANNE"? 


6 


6 


100.0 


1 


5 





0.0 











ST. WaRY'S 


50 


46 


9? .0 


6 


40 


a 


8.0 


4 








SCFPSET 


4 


3 


75.0 





3 


1 


25.0 


1 








TALPOT 


9 


9 


100 .0 





9 





0.0 











uA'^HIN^TON 


41 


37 


90.2 


R 


29 


a 


9.7 


4 








gIC0"IC0 


19 


1 9 


100.0 





19 





n.O 











UOPCFSTFR 


6 


6 


100.0 


3 


3 


3 


0.0 











BALTI»«OPE CITY 


1 56 


155 


99 .3 


7 


148 


1 


'1.6 


1 


n 





LEA T3ANSF"^PS 


12ft 


126 


9 4 


56 


70 


2 


1 .6 


1 





1 



NOTE: TRiNSFfPS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDEO IN INHIVIPUAl LOCAL UMT ToTAlS* FUT FxCLUOFP FPOP STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 



TOTAL NEU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SECONQAPY SCHOOL LEVEL 
BY TYPE OF rEPTIFICATE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SEPTEMBER t07R 

PROFESSIONAL PROVISIONAL 
LOCAL UNIT TOTAL TOTAL AOVANCEO STANDARD TOT«L DEGREE NON- OTHER 

NUMBER PERCENT NUMBER PERCENT DEGREE 






1 f t 3 2 


4 . O A. A. 

1 t y o o 


flfl » ft 


219 


1 • 4 7 


16 6 


I I 


1 06 


57 


3 




\ 7 


\ 7 


10 0*0 




1 4 




• 


Q 








113 


9 6 


8t • Q 




7 4 


1 ' 




8 







BALTI MORE 


1 91 


I 84 


96.3 


54 


130 


7 


3.7 


3 


4 





CALVERT 


30 


29 


96 .7 


fl 


21 


I 


3.3 


1 








CAROLINE 


1 6 


1 4 


8 7.5 





1 4 


2 


12.5 





2 





CARROLL 


1) Q 


1 


9? . 5 


1 


27 




7.5 









rr r t i 


2 7 


24 


8 B . 9 




r 1 




t 1 1 


d 


1 





CHARLES 


«H 


37 


90 .? 


6 


31 


4 


9.7 


4 


n 





DORCHESTER 


9 


8 


88.9 


2 


6 


1 


11.1 





1 


T 


r R f- U t K f 


t>t> 


5 9 


89,4 


8 


51 


7 


10.6 


6 


1 





GA^RE TT 


7 


7 


100.0 


\ 







0.0 









n A x r u K I' 


66 


6 1 


92 .4 


9 


52 


5 


7 ,6 


2 







1-1 n ij A D n 
n u W ft K • I 


6 7 




n O • 6 


1 T 


4 5 


V 


t T It 


■» 

5 




4 


KEMT 


12 


10 


83 .3 


2 


8 


2 


16.7 


1 


1 





MONTROMERY 


236 


231 


97.9 


88 


14 3 


5 


2.1 


2 


3 





PRINC" GEORRftS 


27A 


243 


88.7 


31 


212 


31 


1 T .3 


28 


3 





QUEEN ANNE'S 


1 1 


1 1 


100.0 


1 


10 





0.0 











ST. MflRY'S 


32 


27 


84 .4 


6 


21 


5 


15.6 


1 


4 





SOMERSET 


14 


12 


85.7 


2 


10 


2 


14.3 


1 


1 





TALBOT 


6 


2 


33 .3 





2 


4 


66.7 


1 


3 





UASHINGTON 


27 


24 


88.9 


3 


21 


3 


11 .1 


2 


1 





WICOMICO 


40 


38 


95 .0 





38 


2 


5.0 


2 








WORCESTER 


10 


9 


90.0 


1 


8 


1 


10.0 


1 








BALTIMORE CITY 


238 


1 80 


75 .6 


6 


174 


58 


24 .4 


4] 


17 





LEA TRANSFERS 


158 


152 


96.2 


60 


92 


6 


3.8 


5 





t 



•I' 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 



TOTiL NEW P'OFfSS I ON«L STAFF «T "imiF Ann C0""^TN'"O SCHOOL LEVEL 
PY TYPE OF rEPTIFir/lTE 
•^ft'JYCANO ou»1LIC schools: SEPTFfPER IQ-'P 

PPOFFSSIONAL PPPVISIOK'iL 
LOCAL UNIT TOT»L TOTAL »n\/ANCEr! STANDARD T OT « L OERPEE NON- OTHER 

NUMBER PERCENT NU»»BER OFPCFNT nrppfp 





C R A 


K 7 g 


96.9 


o 


ft A A 
• o 


t "7 


.1 


I o 




I 


AL tr G ft W Y 


1 


9 


9 0.0 


3 




1 


If) , 










5 3 


^ 3 


100.0 


9 







o .0 











BALTT»ORE 


■53 




9S.1 


17 


35 


I 


1.9 


1 





1 


C AL VEPT 


16 


1 6 


1 00 .0 


« 


12 





0.0 











C A = OL T^IE 


7 


7 


100.0 


1 


6 





0.0 











C A PROL L 


31 


7 J 


1 00 .0 




25 
















r c T 1 


o 1 


£ 3 


1 n p n 
1 u u . u 


^ 


1 D 


Kl 


n A 
u • u 


«J 


ii 


J 


CHaRLT?; 


61 


S5 


90 .2 


9 


«6 


6 


9.8 


6 










14 


1 


100. 


3 


11 





0.0 











F R'"DE PTCK 


21 


?1 


100.0 


3 


1 H 





,0 











G A ^ RF TT 


5 


5 


10 0.0 


1 


4 





0.0 













O D 


O ^ 


9f^ . 5 


1 5 




] 


1 .5 






Q 


n U W * 


O 1 


c 7 




1 '1 


ft 7 


ll 




I 




3 


KE^T 


3 


"? 


100.0 





3 





0.0 











WOMTf^Oi^ER Y 


56 


55 


98.? 


20 


35 


t 


1 .a 


1 








PRTNCF GEO<"^E'S 


13 


1 2 


92 .3 


2 


10 


1 


7.7 


1 








OU'^EN ANNE'S 


6 


6 


lOT.O 





6 





0.0 











ST. PAPY'S 


15 


1 3 


86 .7 


2 


11 


? 


13.3 


2 








SO-EPSFT 


8 




10 0.0 


t 


7 


n 


0.0 











TALPOT 


10 


1 


I 00 .0 





10 





0.0 





f> 





UASMI TON 


?8 


?fl 


103.0 


7 


21 





P.O 











UKOMTCO 







1 00 .0 





4 





0.0 











WORCESTER 


6 


6 


100. 


1 


5 





0.0 











BALTIMORE CTTY 


52 




96 .1 





50 


2 


3.8 


2 








LEA T^ANSFi^PS 


66 


6« 


97.0 


26 




2 


3.0 







5 



NOTE: TRA'^'iPE"^ oieTUeFN ^^ jTS are iNcLUOEri Im iNHIVirUAL LOCAL U^'IT ToT«LS. FuT ExCLU'^EO FRO" STATE TOTAL. 



TABLE 

SfP4RftTI0«IS* BY ORGAMIZATIOH: PROFfSSIONAl STAFF AT SrHOOL LFVEL 
►«*PYLAND PURLir «;CH00l S 
OCTOBER It 1<»77 TO SFPTFKBER 30t 197R 

TOTAL E^.EI»f^TARY SECOMDAPY M I DDL E / COMR I NF D 



LOCAL UNIT 


NUMBER 


PC T , 


NUMBER PCT. 


NUMBF" PCT. 


NU MBE f 


PC T 


4L LFGAfVY 


ao 


. R 


1 R 


5.2 


1 7 


U .0 


5 


0.7 


AMNF ARUNDEL 


302 


7.2 


10 6 


5 . fl 


1 36 


7.7 


60 


10. 1 


BALTIMORE 


510 


7.« 


229 


7.7 


2?7 


6 , 


t:^ 


1 1 .5 


CALv/ERT 




13.1 


2 7 


1 a . 1 


1 6 


12.2 


1 3 


12.1 


CAROLINE 


?7 


v. 2 


5 


«.7 


1 9 


12.*; 


3 


0.1 


CARROLL 


lOfe 


o.f 


H 3 


9.9 


a3 


12.9 


20 


6.7 


CECIL 


5? 




25 


7,8 


1 8 


6 . P 


9 


R.O 


CHARLES 


no 


1«.3 


55 


1 3 . *» 


3 8 


12.1 


06 


IR. 3 


DORCHESTER 


57 


15.5 


30 


20.1 


1 3 


11.1 


10 


13.7 


FREDERICK 


lai 


10. <» 


fll 


13.2 


58 


10.7 





2.6 


RARRETT 


3« 


12.0 


1 R 


12.5 


1 6 


16.0 





.5 


HARFORD 


156 


R.3 


67 


7.9 


60 


9.6 


79 


-> .2 


HOWARD 


1?9 


9.1 


5« 


9.5 


un 


9.0 


27 


7.R 


KENT 


27 


13.6 


9 


12.7 


1 1 


1 R.*^ 


7 


10.0 


MONT GOK ER Y 


633 


9.0 


3nfl 


10.5 


299 


R .7 


26 


7 .2 


PRIMCE GEORGE'S 


771 


9.9 


3?R 


R.7 


383 


9.9 


60 


33.0 


OIJEEN ANMF'S 


15 


5.6 


3 


3.4 


8 


9 





.3 


ST. MARY'S 


12 9 


17.2 


63 


lfl.9 


30 


10.9 


■5 ^ 


16.7 


SOMERSET 


19 


fi .0 


6 


R .9 


1 1 


10.6 


2 


.0 


TALROT 


20 


9.R 


1 1 


11.1 


7 


6.2 


11 


12.9 


UASHINGTON 


101 


R.O 


50 


9.2 


25 


6.6 


26 


7.5 


WICOMICO 


71 


9.1 


26 


7.3 


29 


7.7 


16 


3-<.3 


WORCESTER 


20 


5.1 


It 


3.1 


1 1 


8.0 


5 


.0 


BALTIMORE CITY* 


653 


7.5 


266 


6^6 


348 


R. R 


39 


.6 


LEA TRANSFERS 


1 06 


0.0 


36 


0.0 


<»9 


0.0 


21 


.0 


TOTAL STATE* 


«tll3 


R.6 


1 .ROO 


R.5 


1 . R19 


R.5 


90 


0.3 


note: tramsfers 


BETWEEN UNITS ARE IMCLUDEO 


IN U'DIVlDUAL 


LOCAL 


UNIT TOTALS 


• 





RUT EXCLUOEO FROM STATE TOTALS. 



*Separations due to leave of absence have been inaccurately reported in Baltimore City. See Foreword for detail. 



TABLE 

SrDaIJftTIO^S*: PP OfTS S I C*i* L ST*FP »T SCHOOL LFV="t 
"4Svt»»iD outiLir SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER !t 1c-»7 TO ^^e-pjcxBrs -Jn, 507c 









SCHOOL 






LOC*L UI^TT 


T OT »L 


T •"!''» L 


1 77 


—7 P 


1 <;7p 




NU F P 


T T , 


1: y V Q r 3 


p r T 




OCT. 


«LLEr:»». V 


• 


ft . « 


1 " 


1 . ' 




3 . * 


4NNE lOUI^OEL 


30? 


7.2 




5. 1 


?! 5 


5.1 




SIP 


7 » 6 






7P 


^ .0 


A 1 jC" D T 


56 


1 . 1 


1 ? 




ft A 


IT.'' 


C*^OL 


^ ' 






* • 1 


?1 






106 






0,0 




7.0 


CFCTL 


5? 


7.5 


1 1 


1 


a ! 


^ • *5 


C 4 RL f S 


IT" 


1 • . 3 


1 ? "J 


1 ' • ' 


1 ' 


1 • ^ 




^ / 


I.J 


I 


? • 


C 7 


1 2 . P 




1 4 


1 n . 9 


7 1 




1 1 ' 


9.5 


G*PBFTT 


•IP 


1 ? .0 


J ? 




?6 


B .? 




ISA 


? 


«1 




1 1 5 


6 . 1 


H r. u A P n 


1?" 


p. 1 


a a 




F = 


f-.D 




7-' 




f> 




21 


n 




6'7 


O.t 


T 7? 




«A1 


A .0 


PPI^CF srooa'^'S 


771 


".9 




' . 


556 


7 . 1 




1 = 


5.6 


■7 


1 .1 


1? 


a .'^ 


ST. "»5Y'S 


1?<> 


1 7.2 


50 




65 


. 3 


SP"EPSFT 


1<! 


" .0 




? .1 


1 ft 


5 . ° 


T4LB0T 


?o 


9. a 


6 


'.1 


?3 


7 



jaSHTf^GTOW 

wrco^iro 

UP9CFSTFP 
B»LTT"OPF CITY* 
LFt TPiK'SFFRS 



101 B.O 

71 9.1 

20 "^.1 

65-« 7.5 

lOf CO 



7 ■» 
1 ■» 



■»9<3 
1 7 



1 . 7 

? . * 



5a 7 . tt 

1 3 .s 

"0 0.0 



T0T4L STiTf* 



a f 11 -» 



''.6 



1 , ? ao 



7 t a-?-? 



5 .a 



\f>Tt: TPaSSFF'S flFTW<^F% UNITS »=>F I»(CIU0E0 IN INDIVIOUiL LOCiL UNTT T^TiLSt 
t»UT EXCLUDED f^°CH STATE TCT*LS. 

*Separations due to leave of absence have been inaccurately reported in Baltinore Ciry. See Foreword 
for detail. 



TABLE 

Srp4R4TI0NS* BY C»USP: "ROFES S T ONA L STAFF AT SCHOOL ITVFL 
HAPVLAND PURLir SCHOOIS 
OCTORER 1. i<f77 TO SEPTFWfiFft "^Of 1 97S 





GRAND TOTAL 




ELF"ENTARY 






<-ECONO AR Y 




Minni E/COMR INED 






SCHOOL YR. 


SUMMEP 


SCHOOL YR. 


SUMMMFH 




SCHOOL YR. 


SUMMER 




SCHOOL YR. 


SUMHE 


CAIISF OF SFPARATION 


TOTAL 


1 <577-7fi 


197« 


T OT AL 


1 977-78 


1 97R 


TOTAL 


107fl-77 


197P 


TOTAI 


1977-78 


1978 


TOTAL 




1 #210 


? t RT5 


1 t ROO 


■531 


1 . 269 


1 t Rl 9 


571 


1 t24R 


494 


178 


316 


DEATH 


711 


46 


?R 


20 


1 4 


6 


46 


25 


21 


P 


7 


1 


RETI RFMFNT 


670 


116 


■5^4 


3 36 


41 


20'5 




64 


22" 


4 1 


1 1 


30 


OROPPEO 




16 


46 


I 6 


3 


1 T 


30 


6 


24 


16 


7 


9 


TEACHING ELSFUHERF 


























IN ANOTHER STATE OR COUNTRY 


1 11 


?9 


R? 


36 


1 


26 


6"' 


1 7 


46 


12 


2 


10 


I^' NONPUB LIC/HIGHER ED. INST 


?0 


8 


1? 


4 


2 


2 


1 1 


3 


P 


5 


3 


2 


UORK OTHER THAN TEACHING 


?S7 


79 


t7R 


61 


1 S 


46 


1 75 


57 


llfl 


21 


7 


14 


MILITARY SERVICE 




1 


2 








P 


7 


1 


2 








U 


RESIGNED 


























TO STUDY 


14? 


27 


lis 


'1 


■5 


26 


R9 


1 9 


70 


22 


3 


19 


MO VCn AWAY 


701 


lAl 


S?0 


343 


PR 




274 


6R 


206 


fl4 


25 


59 


MARRIEn 




9 


"^6 


24 


(, 


1 R 


1 ' 


2 


10 


9 


1 


R 


MATERNITY 


64 


39 


25 


3B 


25 


1 3 


1 f 


R 


9 


9 


6 


3 


HOME PFSPONSIR IL ITY 


?2 3 


102 


121 


101 


46 


^e; 


9T 


39 


52 


31 


17 


14 


PERSONAL ILLNESS 


61 


40 


?1 


27 


14 


1 3 


29 


23 


6 


5 


3 


2 


DISSATISFIFO WITH TEACHING 


on 


47 


47 


14 


7 


7 


69 


34 


3"; 


11 


6 


5 


OTHER REASON/CAUSE UNKNOWN 


f.91 


240 


451 


273 


R5 


IRR 


■»o? 


in 


192 


116 


45 


71 


LEAVE OF ABSENCE* 


























FOR STUDY 


1 9? 


62 


1 ^0 


69 


22 


47 


100 


31 


69 


23 


9 


14 


FOR "lATERNITY 


5? 6 


207 


319 


322 


1 32 


1 90 


14'; 


56 


89 


59 


19 


40 


FOR ILLNESS OP OTHER REASONS 


177 


31 


146 


R5 


16 


69 


70 


fl 


62 


22 


7 


15 


TRANSFER TO ANOTHER LOCAL UNIT 


106 


17 


99 


36 


6 


30 


49 


4 


45 


21 


7 


14 



NOTE: TRANSFERS BETWEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED JK STATE TOTALS. 

*Separations due to leave of absence have been Inaccurately reported in Baltimore City. See Foreword for detail. 




SFPftR*TIONS BY CaiJSF*: PR OFESS I ON » L STaFF «T SCHOOL I 
««4t?¥L4N0 PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOPE'? It 1<J77 TO SFPTFMBF" "'O t I07P 



VFL 



TABLE 

66 



^C»L UNIT 





TOTAL 


1 


?n 


•»1 -T 7 


« 7 


1-12 


ao-as i 1 


-SI 5a/7a 


6 1 




63 


6 a 


6 S 


66 


67 


6 fl -6 


7 1 


73 


72/75 




P»NY 


n 1 


tl 


1 a 


1 


n 


3 








n 


1 


« 








a 














5 


1 


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7 








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20 







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7 


2 


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a 


1 


4 1 


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1) 




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g 


IT" 


? 




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2 


2? 


1 


1 a 


7 "5 




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2 7 




2 7 


46 


2fl 


9 7 


1 9 


1 


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1 


1 







1 





1 


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a 


1 7 


1 




3 







17 




5 


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1 


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2 





3 





3 





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2 







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10 




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1 


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7 


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27 


1 


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9 


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1 


39 


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1 2 






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8 


66 


a7 


97 


49 


? 


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771 




1 0(S 


7 


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2? 


1 


SI 





2a 


1 •'7 


2 


1 a 


ss 


9 


1« 


79 


49 


133 


47 


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1 











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1 


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1 


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3 





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76 


n 


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7 


8 


7 




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1 








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1 





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70 


■» 


1 


1 








1 


7 








s 


3 


1 


1 








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1 


1 







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101 


? 


11 


C 




















1 7 


6 


2 


1 


1 


1 


17 


6 


13 


4 




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71 





1 1 


a 


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2 


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10 





5 


1 6 


1 





s 


2 


1 


6 


1 


2 


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7 





9 


1 


1 


1 


1 





1 


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1 


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s 


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2 


1 1 





2a 


61 





4 


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272 


1 





1 


1 


L STATE,' tt. 


1 1 ' 


7tt 


670 


^•? 


1 "^6 


1 1 1 


20 






1 a2 


701 


a'; 


6a 


227 


6 1 


9a 


69 1 


19? 


S26 


1 77 


) 


: TRANS'^E''S RETU 


•"EN 


UMI TS 


A9E I^CLUOEO 


IN INniVIOUAL 


LOCAL 


UNTT 


TTTAi 


S. BUT 


EXCLUDED 


FROM 


STATE 


TOTALS. 













C; 
0' 


1 7 



1 2 
45 



Non-teach Ing 
Government service, 

or defense work 
Armed Service 



EXPLANATION 

Death 51-53 
Retirement 

Dropped 54/74 
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 



business , 



'6 rations due to leave of absence have been inaccurately reported in Baltimore City. 



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 
See Foreword for detail. 



Leave of Absence 
71 Study 
73 Maternity 
72/75 Illness of other reasons 



TABLE 

67 



LOCAL UNIT 



ALLTGAMY 
ANNr ARUNDEL 
BALTIMORE 
CALVERT 
CAROLINE 

CARROLL 

CECIL 

CHARLES 

OGRCHESTER 

FREOERTCK 

GARRETT 
HARFORD 

HOWARD 
KENT 

HONTGO»«ERY 

PR. GEORGES 'S 
QUE'^N ANNE»S 
ST. MARY'S 

SOMERSET 
TALROT 

WASHINGTON 
WICOMICO 
WORCESTER 
BALTIMORE CTY 



SEPARATIONS RY CAUSE*: PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT EIF"ENTaPY SCHOOL LEVEL 

MAPYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOJS 
OCTOBER It 1<>77 TO SEPTEMflFR lOt 1978 



TOTAL 

lo*; 

?30 
27 
■5 

111 

2'i 
55 
30 
Rl 

1« 

67 
58 

Q 

30R 
32fl 

67 
7 
1 1 

51 
?(S 
U 

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TOTAL STATE l.noo 



1 


1 

a 

f> 






p 




n 
c 
a 

7 

? 

n 
1 
p 
? 


n 
n 

20 



20 

9 
1 3 
61 




7 
9 
6 
6 
11 

1 
1 1 
3 
1 

38 

fl? 



a 
1 
1 

l« 

8 
2 
97 

336 



31-37 


1 

n 
1 



1 
1 

7 

? 


n 
1 



2 

n 



1 








3 

1 6 



ii\-U2 51-53 5«»/70 




1 

u 



1 



n 

3 
1 
I 

2 
3 
« 
1 



2 

H 
2 





1 


6 

36 



1 

5 
1 
1 




2 
1 
1 
3 

H 
1 



1 

6 

3 

2 






4 

36 




3 
5 
1 






1 

2 
4 

1 

2 
6 

?3 

5 




1 
1 



7 

3 

61 



61 

C 
3 
<l 
2 
2 





1 

2 





1 


tt 

7 


2 







3 

71 



6? 

« 
7 n 

7? 
9 




5 

1 5 
K 

1 3 

1 

19 

1 
7 
«I7 

69 
P 

21 

1 

1 n 


7? 

707 



63 


•> 
n 

n 




p 
1 

o 

1 
1 

3 
1 


2 

1 


T 

2 

7 
1 
1 

T 

2a 



65 

3 
1 
1 3 







3 
5 
12 



Q 
21 

?0 

5 



1 

3 


6 

101 




2 
1 






1 
1 
1 

1 




7 

3 


1 




1 

2 

6 

27 



N0T«": TRANSFERS RET'JFEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT T OT Al S t BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS . 



*CODE 
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 



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 



67 68-69 



It 




7 
15 
9 


15 
1 
13 





5 
1 
1 

46 

37 


8 
2 
2 

5 
2 


104 
273 



71 


1 
6 
1 
1 

1 




7 

3 
1 

2 

25 

15 

2 



3 
1 




69 



73 72/75 



1 

17 
57 
2 
t 

1 3 
7 
6 
4 

19 


12 
16 


61 

88 
1 
3 
1 
1 

12 





322 




9 
9 
1 


6 
1 



3 


5 
1 
1 

22 

22 

3 

0. 


1 
1 

a 
c 



Leave of Absence 
71 Study 
73 Maternity 
72/75 Illness of other reoal 



i 



SEP»P»TTONS «Y P^OFFSS T OM»l «;T&FF «T SrcONOS'V SCHOOL CEVfL 

1. 1077 TO STPTF^BFR ■"), 107R 



TABLE 

68 



LOCAL UNIT 





TOTAL 


\ 3 


? 






1 1 — u ? 


(I 4 - t| 5 SI 


-SI Sa/74 


6 1 




O J 




6 S 




k. 7 
O f 




7 1 


7 3 


72 / 75 


«LLFG« 


IP 


? 


c 


n 





1 











1 


4 




n 


1 














3 


1 




1 3 A 




1 7 




? 


■? 





1 s 





6 


1 ^ 








? 


ft 


? 2 


7 


1 6 


7 


BALI I t 


O O T 












1 


1 a 


1 


1 J 


y 'I 


o 
/ 




1 


3 


1 6 


?7 


1 7 


30 


ft 


CA L VE RT 


1 A 

1 o 






p 








n 





] 


\ 




f> 




n 
u 


rj 


il 



c 


t 


Q 


TAR Ol T MT 


1 O 










2 




rj 


g 


1 






I 


I 


n 
u 


c 


'J 


u 


£ 


rt 

\J 


CAP»OLL 









1 














n 






















30 





6 


3 


rrr t i 


1 fl 

1 








J 


o 


J 


1 


T 


I 








I 


U 


L 


c 


£ 




U 


V. n « L ^ J 


? Q 




% 
I 




1 


1 

1 


J 














1 




•p 




1 4 


2 


■5 




DORCHTS TTR 











3 





Q 


? 


n 








fi 


'I 


\ 












Q 


cDcnFRTCK 






7 


7 




t) 


) 


<, 










o 


g 


Q 










Q 


GARPFTT 


16 





1 





1 


a 


1 










n 












1 


3 













O rf 


j> 




IJ 


c 


1 


r 


7 


n 


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1 




J 


1 


ft 

LI 


c. 


£. 




1 


n u w ^ " 'J 


^ 




1 

I 




e 


5 


I 


a 





Q 








'J 


n 

u 


•5 




C 


c 


(| 


KENT 


1 


t 

1 


1 


o 

c 


1 


1 










o 

r 




p 


n 


u 


I 


I 


1 

1 


1 


U 


«ONTG0'*FRY 


?90 


c 


ao 












sa 


t 


1 3 


sa 


1 


1 




2 




17 


20 


34 


22 


PR. GE09GES*S 




a 




"! 


1 3 


I ^ 


1 


46 





1 S 


h\ 


\ 


a 


3? 


6 


IS 


20 


30 


31 


20 


OUEFN 4«.iNE«S 


P 


n 


1 
















n 


1 


c 








1 




















^T. >«A=Y»S 


?o 


1 





? 




2 





3 


1 


1 


1 


n 





n 





2 


1 


2 


I 


1 


SON'^RSFT 


1 1 


1 





? 





1 


1 


3 











1 


n 


I 








1 











T*L°nT 


7 


n 





1 








1 


1 





c 


? 


1 


n 














1 








UAS'^INGTON 




? 


7 








") 














a 


! 





T 





1 


6 


2 





2 






n 


? 


p 


1 


2 


1 


6 





4 


a 








I 





1 


3 





2 





UOR'"ESTFp 


1 1 








1 


1 








? 





6 


n 







n 





1 














'*LTI»OPr CTv 




D 


S7 


? 


1 \ 


R 


1 


R 





10 


?6 








7 


12 


7 


1*6 


1 





1 


TOT»L ST»TF 


1 . ai o 


1 f 


?o-^ 


"•O 


AO 




1 L 


1 7S 


3 


<«0 


?7a 


1 2 


1 7 


01 


70 


60 


^02 


100 


14S 


70 


<0TF: TCamsFe-JS PETUFE^ 


UM ITS 


APE INCLUOEO 


IN INDWinUAL 


LOCAL 


UNIT 


TOTALS 


, BUT 


EXCLUDED 


FROM 


STATE 


TOTALS. 













' CODE 
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 



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 of other reasons 



TABLE 

69 

LOCAL UNIT 



SEPADATTONS BY CAUSE*: PROFESSIONAL 

MARYL AND 
OCTOBER It 1977 



STAFF AT CO"PINFn ANn MinDLF SCHOOL LEVEL 

PUBL IC SCHOOl S 

TO SEPTFPBFR T) , ] <J7R 



TOTAL 


1 


20 


71 -77 


If? 


41 


-42 44- 


-4'5 51- 


53 54/74 


61 


6? 63 


64 


65 66 




67 6fl 


-69 


71 


73 72/75 


ALLFGANY 




? 





t 







1 














1 


n 

















1 





ANN«" APUNDEL 


60 










7 




4 


2 


? 





4 


1 1 2 


1 


4 





2 


11 


2 


8 


1 


BALTIMORE 






<5 


r) 


f 




1 


f) 


7 





r) 


15 


n 


f| 


g 




ll 


c 

I? 


10 


2 


CALVERT 






























1 


2 


1 


1 


Q 


f) 






£. 


2 





CAROLINE 



























n 





1 





] 


1 


Q 


Q 


r\ 
u 








CARROLL 


20 





1 

























n 














13 





5 


1 


CECIL 


Q 





1 





I 










n 








■> 





1 





3 


1 











CHARLES 


e6 


i 


o 

r 


7 


•» 

J 




u 


£ 


1 


n 


rt 

I' 


7 


1 


4 


1 





1 2 


1 


3 


1 


DORCHESTER 


l« 





4 




1 







\ 


1 








2 


n 





\ 





1 











FREHERTCK 


a 








1 



















1 








\ 








Q 


1 





0' 


GARRETT 


n 











1 




1 











1 


1 


























HAR<^ORn 


29 





1 





2 










6 





n 


7 1 


n 


1 


1 





6 





4 





HOUARD 


27 


n 



















4 





4 


4 1 


1 


•\ 





2 







4 


? 


KENT 


7 





2 


1 


? 




























\ 





1 











HON TG ''F R y 


? 6 


1 


2 





2 




3 





Q 




1 


3 


n 


2 








3 


2 


c 


c 


PR. GE0RGES*5 


60 





1 










1 










? 


7 


1 


3 








22 


4 


1 4 


( 


QUEFN ANNE'S 








n 
















1 








1 


f> 


1 














1 


( 


ST. MA=?Y«S 


31 


1 


1 


I 


2 




1 











2 


5 


3 


? 





1 


2 


3 


I 




SOHTRSET 


? 































1 














1 










TALBOT 


11 


1 



















1 








2 





1 








6 










WASHINGTON 


26 





1 

























3 3 


1 










u 


A 


1 


1 




WICOMICO 


16 


fl 


I 


2 













1 





1 


« 





1 








1 










WORf^ESTFR 


S 





rt 

u 
















1 





3 


1 

























BALTIMORE CTY 


3R 


1 







2 













n 


2 


3 n 





1 





] 


22 










TOTAL STATE 


(I 9a 


a 


ai 


16 


21 




12 


5 


21 





c. c. 


«4 


9 


31 


5 


1 1 


1 16 


23 


59 2 




NOTE: TRANSl^ERS RETWFE^ 


UN ITS 


ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL 


LOCAL 


UNIT 


TOTALS 


. BUT EXCLUDED 


FROM STATE TOTALS. 












*CODE EXPLANATION 












Non 


-teaching 








Other Voluntary Resignation 






Leave 


of Absence 




10 Death 








51-53 




Government 


service 


business. 


61 


Study 








71 


Study 








20 Retirement 












or 


defense 


work 






62 


Moved 








73 


Maternity 






31-37 Dropped 








54/74 




Armed Service 






63 


Married 








72/75 


Illness of 


other reasot 


























64 


Maternity 


















Teaching 






















65 


Home responsibility 














43 In another 


local 


unit or Md. 
















66 


Personal illness 
















State Dcpt 


. cf 




on 
















67 


Dissatisfied with 


teaching 














41-42 In another 


country or state 
















68- 


69 Other or cause unknown 















44-45 In a Md. institution of higher education or nonpublic school 



TABLE 



HrU PROFESSIONAL ST»FP AT SCHOOL LEVFLt FY 0"": » •.' 1 7* TT 0^ 
><»PYL4N0 PU'lLir SCHOIlS 
OCTOBER !♦ 1«77 TO SFPTF"BF'' "•O . 

*LL TF4CHERS »V0 ORINCIPSLS NEW TEAC-I'^OS »<'D PPINCID4LS 

TOTAl FlF-ESTiOY HIGH 1 1 0" L F /C C f B I NE D 

LOCAL UHIT TOTAL ELE"*. Hl'5H IID/COI NU'^'E'? pfRCFNT ^Ui^aEO OFTE'T NU"PE<? PERCE'JT NU-BE"? PERCENT 



ALLfRA^ Y 


'ia5 


•50 7 


■«B7 


1 1 1 


00 




22 


6.-' 


17 


4 .4 


10 


9.0 


ANNF A9UNDEL 


a» 1 50 




1.70'; 


509 


277 


6 .7 


1 1 1 


A.I 


113 




5 3 


9.0 


BALTIMOPE 


6t <<0<» 


?t910 


7 . a "« a 


H70 


a21 


6 . 2 


1 77 


6 . 1 


191 


5.6 


53 


11.3 


CAL VEPT 


ant 


1 91 




110 


7' 


1 6 .0 


27 


14.1 


•»o 


20.7 


1 6 


14.5 


CAROLINE 


?QQ 


11 ' 


1 a o 


77 


3* 


1 1 .8 


1 1 


0.7 


1 6 


10.7 


7 


IP .9 


CARROLL 


1 ,0P9 


«li7 


331 


311 


12-' 


1 1.7 


56 




40 


12.1 


31 


10.0 


CECIL 


775 


■^■^ U 


2 70 


127 


90 


T2 .2 


40 


1 2 .r 


27 


9 .9 


23 


Ifl .1 


CHA OLE S 


RR2 


H 9 


316 


267 


156 


15.7 


54 


13.2 


41 


17.0 


6 1 


22.9 


DORfMESTER 




1 ?9 


113 


102 


■'3 


9.6 


10 


7.7 


g 


P.O 


14 


13.7 


FREOERI etc 


1 f "^n? 


61 R 


■=5? 


173 


1 71 


12 .7 


P4 


1 .6 


66 


12.0 


21 


12.1 


GAROETT 




1 TB 


91 


73 


28 


7.9 


1 2 


P. 7 


7 


7 . 7 


5 


6.9 


HARFOR" 


1 , BOB 


B7 7 


ft?"" 


u ■»« 


1 «0 


9 .= 


a P 


c; . B 


66 


in .a 


66 


15.1 


H U* RO 


1 ♦ Of ? 


61 ? 


U O ] 


379 


191 


12.0 


6 


1 . ' 


6 7 


13.7 


6 1 


16.1 


KENT 


196 


71 


62 


63 


2» 


\? .■> 


9 


1 ?.7 


12 


19.3 


3 


4.8 


W0NTG01ERY 


6« 


? . S*:! 


.363 


391 


51 


7 .0 


221 


7.7 


236 


7.0 


56 


14.7 


PRINCE FEORGE'S 


7. «57 


1.570 


3.752 


135 


a35 


5 .R 


1 4 P 


.1 


?7a 


7.3 


1 3 


9.6 


OUEFN ANNE'S 


275 


91 


l?9 


95 


23 


R.4 


6 


6 . 6 


1 1 


12.4 


6 


6.3 


ST. "ARY'S 


ft9? 


320 


20' 


170 


97 


1 .P 


50 


1=^.6 


72 


l^^-P 


15 


fl.8 


SOMFRSET 


?i»5 


65 


107 


73 


26 


10.6 


4 


6.1 


1 4 


13 . 1 


g 


11.0 


TAL°OT 


292 


97 


1 1 1 




25 


B.6 


9 


".3 


6 


5.4 


1 


11.9 


UASHINRTON 


1 1 ?6C 




370 




96 


7 .6 


01 


7.7 


27 


7.1 


2fl 


« . 1 


UIC 0«<ICO 


775 


350 


3H9 


36 


63 


o.l 


1 9 


5.4 


4 


10.3 


4 


11.1 


UORCESTFR 


■»9« 


1 '1 


136 


127 


22 


5.6 


6 


4.6 


1 


7.3 


6 


4.7 


BALTI»«OPF CITY 




■»»89Q 


3 »fl«n 


707 


446 


5 


1 56 


a .0 


23fi 


6.2 


2 


7.6 


LEA TRANSFERS 














352 


0.0 


1 ■7B 




15<» 


0.0 


66 


0.0 


TnT>L STATE 






2 1.09-) 


5 . i»16 


3,248 


6 . 9 


1 . ?'=6 


6 . 


1.47? 


6 . « 


556 


10. 3 



NOTF: TRANSFERS "^ETgFEN UNITS iR£ INCLUOEO IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. 
BUT ErcLUDFO F'iO" STATE TOTALS. 




TABLE 

71 



NfU PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT SCHOOL LFVFL: BY SOUPCr 
MAPVLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1<»77 TO SEPTFUBFR lOt 1 97R 



rXPFPIFNCED 









INEXPERIENCED 








TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEW TO 


TOTAL 


RFS 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1977 


-7B 


BEFORE 


1977-78 


LOCAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


Al 1 1 M a ^ £ 


PCT • 


OF MO. 


OTHER 




PC T . 


IN MO. 


OTHER 


IN MO. 


OTHER 




Q 


TO 


61 .? 


?0 


1 


19 


3R . « 


6 


Q 


n 


5 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


277 




49.1 


inn 


36 


141 


, c 


4f> 


26 


36 


39 


BAL TIMORF 


«?t 


2H\ 


57.? 


2?0 


?1 


1 RO 


47 . 7 


lOO 


20 


44 


16 


CALVEPT 


7T 


36 


49.3 


?6 


10 


37 


50.7 


13 


1 1 


B 


5 


CAROLINE 


^0 


20 


70.6 


17 


7 


10 


79.4 


1 


4 


4 


1 


CARROLL 


1?7 


65 


51 .? 


53 


1 ? 


67 


4B .R 


1 


2 


4 1 


18 


CECIL 


90 


43 


47. S 


10 


33 


47 


57.7 


24 


R 


8 


7 


CHARLFS 


156 


66 


4?. 3 


4*; 


21 


90 


57.7 


77 


3'; 


7 


26 


DORCHESTER 




17 


51 .5 


13 


4 


16 


4« .5 


7 


1 


4 


4 


FREDERICK 


171 


9? 


53. « 


90 


? 


79 


46.7 


72 


19 


IB 


20 


GARRETT 


?« 


17 


70. 


17 


n 


7 


79.7 


7 


1 


2 


2 


HARFORD 


l«0 


103 


57.? 


76 


27 


77 


47. o 


1 7 


17 


30 


13 


HOWARD 


IPl 


80 


41.9 


7? 


R 


111 


5B.1 


37 


1^ 


26 


35 


KENT 


?«» 


16 


66.7 


5 


1 1 


n 


33.3 


3 


2 


1 


2 


MONTGOMERY 


51'^ 


157 


30.6 


1 1 9 


3R 


356 


69.0 


70 


<>'■ 


B 1 


110 



PRINCE GEORGE'S 


4 35 


215 


49 


. 4 


1 33 


R7 


270 


50 


.6 


29 


66 


55 


70 


OUEEN ANNE'S 


73 


15 


65 


.2 


11 


4 


P 


^4 


.« 


3 


1 


2 


2 


ST. MARY'S 


97 


46 


47 


.4 


3fl 


B 


51 


57. 


6 


31 


10 


2 


8 


SOMERSET 


26 


17 


65 


.4 


15 


7 


9 


^4 


.6 


1 


7 


4 


1 


TALBOT 


25 


19 


76 


.0 


1 3 


6 


6 


74 . 


n 


1 


•» 


2 





WASHINGTON 


96 


39 


40 


.6 


76 


1 3 


57 


59 


.4 


34 


16 


5 


2 


Wl COMI CO 


6'' 


31 


49 


.? 


77 


4 


3? 


50. 


1 B 


7 


6 


8 


1 1 


WORCESTEP 


22 


R 


36 


.4 


fl 





14 


63. 


.6 


5 


2 


4 


3 


BALTIMORE CITY 


446 


37? 


7? 


.? 


306 


16 


124 


77 


.B 


17 


21 


55 


31 


LEA TRANSFERS 


35? 








.0 








35? 


ino. 


.n 


1B5 





167 





TOTAL STATE 


3t244 


1 t835 


56 


.6 


I f 460 


375 


1 t 409 


43 


.4 


308 


3B6 


2B4 


431 



NOTf: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOT«LS, 
BUT EXCLUOED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 



f.'FU PROrFSSION«L STAFF «T FLE^FVTiOY <;CHPOl lEVFir PY SOURCF 
«4PYL«N0 OU'^LTC SCHOOLS 
OCTORfR It 1977 TQ <;fPTFf"BFP ''0 t 1 97fl 

FXPFPIENCEO 

INEXPf RIFMCFD T4UGHT IN L*ST TAUGHT 





NEU TO 


TOTAL 


RES 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1977 


-7R 


RE F RE 


1 9 77— 


LOTAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUH^'ER 


PCT. 


OF "P. 


OTHER 


NUMRFR 


or T . 


IN KD. 


OTHER 


IN MO. 


OTHf 


4LLFGANY 


?7 






1 1 


3 


q 


^ n • 


3 





3 


2 


annf arundfl 


lit 


ft Q 


4 A . 1 


7 


1 2 


6 2 




9 


1 2 


20 


21 


RAU TIXORF 


17 7 


9H 


51.1 


9 9 


5 


9 3 


ft 6 . ^ 


7 


7 


20 


9 


CALVEP T 


? 7 


?0 


711 .1 


1 •= 




7 


c ^ p 


U 


1 


2 





CAROLINE 


1 1 


7 




7 





a 







2 


2 





C A K »* OLL 


5 


30 


5 3.6 


2 R 




2 6 


ft • 





1 


1 6 


9 


CE ^.IL 


U 


2 


5 0.0 


5 


1 5 


2 


^ . 


1 2 





2 


2 


CHARLES 


Stt 


21 


3'* . 9 


15 


6 


3'« 


M « 1 


9 


1 2 


4 


8 


DORCHFST FP 


1 " 


t| 


10.0 




1 


6 


AH . 


7 





2 


1 


FREDERICK 


R« 


50 


59.5 


u a 


2 


34 


ft'^ 





9 


9 


12 


G A K r E T T 


1 ' 




6 6.7 







4 




1 


1 


Q 


2 


11 * n r~ n n n 
H A K f- 




£ H 




22 


6 






3 




1 1 


3 


HOUARO 


6 


■J? 


5T . W 


1 


1 


3 1 


ft o ^ ■? 


7 


1 


1 4 


9 


KENT 





C 


55.'; 




2 


U 


01.0 







1 


2 


•iONTGOIiERY 


2?1 


6"? 


28.5 


J,0 


1 « 


1 5fl 


"ft .== 


31 


2 


40 


45 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


J ii p 






A U 


2 9 


75 


50.-' 


1 


1 5 


24 


2 2 


OUEEN AMNF'S 


6 




50.0 







3 


50 


2 





1 





ST. MARY'S 




21 


«? .0 


1 9 


2 


29 


P . 


17 


6 


1 


5 


SOMERSET 


a 


7 


75.0 




1 


1 


2 5.r, 





1 








TALROT 


<» 


6 


66.7 


U 


? 


7 


33.3 





2 


1 





UASHIMGTON 


II 1 


20 


« fl . fl 


1 6 




21 


"=1.2 


12 


«; 


3 


1 


wICONICO 


l" 


10 


52.6 


9 


1 


9 


7.11 


1 


2 


3 


3 


UOPCESTEP 


t> 





0.0 





n 


6 


100. n 


7 


1 





2 


SACTIMORE CITY 


1 5^ 


1 2fl 


R?.1 


1 27 


1 


21 


17.9 


2 


5 


14 


7 


LEA TRANSFERS 


1 





n .0 


n 





12a 


100. '1 


56 





72 





TOTAL STATE 


1 .?5ft 


709 


56.0 


595 


1 1 « 


5A 7 


a 7 , c 


129 


132 


121 


165 



note: TRANSFERS RETklEEN UNITS ARE INCLUOEO IN INOIVTOUAL LOCAL UNIT T0T4LSt 
BUT EXCLUPEO FROM STATE TOTALS. 




TABLE 



NEW PROFFSSIONAL STAFF «T SECONOARY SCHOOL LFVFi: "^Y SOURCE 
MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1» 1<)77 TO SEPTEH8ER 10, 197R 



EXPERIENCED 









INEXPERIENCED 








TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEU TO 


T OT AL 


RES 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1977 


-7P 


BEFORE 


1977-78 


LOCAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUMBER 


PCT . 


OF MO. 


OTHER 


NUMRE R 


TT. 


IN MO. 


OTHER 


I N MO. 


OTHER 


BLLt o»IVT 


1 ' 


10 


5B.n 


6 


n 


7 


1 . P 




T 


n 
u 


O 

c. 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


1 1 


5P 


52.2 


40 


1 9 


50 


a 7 . p 


21 


O 


12 


12 


BALTIiiORE 


191 


113 


59.2 


1 00 


13 


7P 


ttO .0 


It? 


1 1 


19 


6 


CALVEPT 


■?n 


<J 


•<o.o 


6 


3 


2? 


70 . P 





o 


5 


3 


CAROLINE 


1 A 


13 


Rl .3 


7 


6 


3 


1 P .7 





? 


1 





C A KK OL L 


^ 


20 


50.0 


16 




?r> 


50.^ 


1 


J 




o 


CECIL 


?7 


13 


<IB.1 


3 


10 


14 


51.9 


6 


2 


3 


3 


CHARLES 


«1 


16 


39.0 


B 


B 


25 


61 .-^ 


3 


1 1 


1 


10 


DORCHESTER 


O 




55.5 




2 





44.0 


1 





1 


2 


FREDERICK 




30 


«5.5 


30 





36 


54 


12 


7 


9 


8 


U ■ IT n C. ' » 


•J 


S 


71 .H 


5 





2 


2P . 6 








Q 


HARFORD 


66 


37 


56.1 


24 


X 3 


29 


43.9 


5 


10 


1 1 


3 


HOUARD 


67 


22 


32. P 


IP 


U 


4«; 


67.? 


1 9 


7 


5 


14 


KENT 


17 


P 


66.7 


2 


6 


4 


•»3. 3 


2 


2 








lONTGOHERV 


236 


77 


32.6 


59 


IB 


159 


67.4 


32 


3"' 


37 


57 




2 70 


ITi 


«I9.3 


«5 


50 


139 


50.7 


1 5 


4 O 


28 


4 7 


QUEEN ANNE'S 


11 


6 


5a .5 


2 


4 


5 


45.5 


1 


1 


1 


2 


ST. MARY'S 


3? 


16 


50.0 


1? 


4 


1 6 


«;o.n 


10 


2 


1 


3 


SOMERSET 


1« 


fl 


57.1 


7 


1 


6 


42. o 


t 


1 


3 


1 


TALHOT 


6 




a3.3 


5 





1 


16.'' 





1 








WASHINGTON 


?7 


9 


33.3 


5 


4 


1 B 


66.7 


11 


«; 


1 


1 


UICOMICO 


40 


19 


47.5 


16 


3 


21 


52.5 


5 





4 


8 


WORCESTER 


1 




50.0 


5 





5 


50.0 


2 





2 


1 


BALTIMORE CITY 


23«» 


157 


66.0 


147 


in 


fli 


34 .0 


1 3 


I-' 


34 


21 


LEA TRANSFERS 


16« 





0.0 








15B 


100. n 


95 





63 





TOTAL STATE 


1 »«3? 


797 


55.7 


611 


lfl6 


635 


44 . 


114 


Ip-' 


12fl 


210 



mote: TRANSFERS BETWEEN UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN INDIVIDUAL LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. 
BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 



NTU PROPESSIONAL STAFF AT HTODLE/CO"BT NED SCHOOL LEVFL: BY SOURCF 
KAPYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1. 1077 TO SFPTFHBFR lOt ! <>7P 



fxpfrienced 









INEXOERIENCEO 








TAUGHT 


IN 


LAST 


TAUGHT 




NEW TO 


TOTAL 


RES 


RES 


TOTAL 


IN 1977 


-7« 


BEFORE 


1077-78 


LOCAL UNIT 


LOCAL UNIT 


NUi'BER PCT. 


OF MO . 


OTHER 


NUMRF 9 


OCT. 


IN HO. 


OTHER 


IN 10. 


OTHER 


ALLEGANY 


1 


6 


60.0 


3 


3 


ft 


ft , 


1 


1 


1 


1 


ANNE ARUNDEL 


51 


2R 


52. « 


?"« 


5 




ft7.P 


10 


5 


4 


6 


BALTINORE 


5"» 


3ft 


6«.l 


11 


3 


1 9 


3«; .» 


1 1 


2 


5 


I 


CAL VERT 


16 


7 


«3.7 


5 


2 




5 6.'' 


5 


1 


1 


2 


CAROL INE 


7 


ft 


57. J 




1 


3 


02.9 


1 





1 


1 


CARROLL 


"'t 


15 


an. 4 


Q 


6 


1 6 


■il 








13 


3 


CECIL 




10 


«3.5 


2 


fl 


1 "« 


56.5 


6 


2 


3 


2 


CH ARL FS 


61 


29 


ft 7.5 


■>■> 


7 


3' 




1 


12 


2 


8 


DORCHESTER 


1 a 


<^ 


57.1 


7 


1 


1^ 


ft 7 . 9 


3 


1 


1 


1 


FREDERICK 


21 


1? 


57.1 


1 2 





<> 


a? . o 


6 


•» 








GARRETT 


5 


a 


RO.P 


ft 


n 


1 


20.1^ 








1 





HARFORD 


66 




57.6 


TO 


R 


2R 


U7 .0 


9 


ft 


R 


7 


HOUARD 


61 


26 


ft2.6 


?"« 


3 


■? =; 


';7.o 


1 1 




7 


12 


KENT 


7 


3 


100.0 


n 


3 


(1 


. -1 














10NTG0NERY 


56 


17 


30. ■» 


1 1 


6 


39 


69. <, 


7 


20 





8 


PRINCE GEORGE'S 


1 1 


7 


53.fi 


ft 


3 


6 


06.1 





2 


3 


1 


OUEEN ANWE'S 


6 


6 


100.0 


6 


n 


o 




n 











ST. "ARY'S 


15 


<) 


60.0 


7 


2 


6 


00.0 





2 








SOMERSET 


B 


6 


75.0 


A 





2 


25 . 





1 


I 





TALHOT 


10 




«0 .0 


ft 


ft 


■5 


70 .0 


1 





1 





WASHINGTON 




10 


35.7 


5 


5 


IR 


60. ■« 


11 


6 


1 





UICOHCO 


• 


2 


50.0 


2 





2 


50.0 


1 





1 





UORCESTEP 


6 


3 


50.0 


3 





3 


50 .T 





1 


2 





BALTlMOPf CITY 


5? 


37 


71 .1 


37 


5 


15 


2P . 


2 


■» 


7 


3 


LEA TRANSFERS 


66 





0.0 





n 


66 


100.0 


30 





32 





TOTAL STATE 


5';6 


329 


59.? 


254 


75 


227 


00.0 


65 


71 


35 


56 



note: transfers RETUEEN units ape INCLUDED IN INOI\/IDu*L LOCAL UNIT TOTALS. 
BUT EXCLUDED FROM STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

75 



NEU PROFESSIONAL ST*FF *T SCHOOL LFVEL BY •'JF* FROH WHICH THFY C»ME 

«»RYt«ND PURITC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER It 1977 TO SEPTFMBFR lOt 1 97R 



rxPfPiFMcrn teachers 

TAUGHT IN 1977-70 LAST TAUGHT PRIOR TO 77- 



forhfr 



NEU TO 





ALL 


NEW 


INEXPERIENCED 




PUBLIC 


NONPUBLIC 


HO. PUBLIC 


no. PUBi 


ARE* OF OPIPIN 


TEACHERS 


TEACHERS 


TOTAL 


SCHOOl 


SCHOOL 


TEACHERS 


SCHOOLS 


TOTAL 


3 t 




1 tS35 


1 t409 


530 


1 64 


210 


505 


MARYLAND 


?♦ 


not 


lt460 


944 


3PP 


1 05 


377 


74 


OUT OF STATE 


1 t 


19? 


375 


fll7 


327 


59 





431 


LEfl TRANSFERS 




■?5? 





352 


1 fl5 





167 





eORTER STATES 


















DELAWARE 




47 


20 


27 


1 A 


7 





9 


DISTRICT OF COLU^HIA 




101 


36 


67 


1 6 


?0 





31 


PEN NS VI U A N T A 




?1! 


126 


85 


40 







4? 


VIRGINIA 




1 


29 


114 




7 





54 


WEST VIRGINIA 




24 


5 


10 


1? 








7 


OTHER CHIEF SOURCES 


















NEW YORK 




130 


4B 


B? 


?9 


1 





S2 


NEU JERSEY 




63 


30 


33 


1? 


1 


p 


20 


NO^TH CASOLINA 




40 


8 


32 


IB 


n 





14 


MASSACHUSET TS 




36 


12 


74 


9 







12 


FLORIDA 




35 


4 


31 


10 







21 


OHIO 




33 


12 


21 


7 


1 





13 


C ALTF ORNT * 




2B 


4 


24 


R 







16 


TEXAS 




21 


3 


IB 


11 








7 


SOUTH CAP0LTN4 




IB 





1 B 


10 


n 





B 


ILLINOIS 




17 


3 


14 


f< 


? 





6 


OTH^R STATES 




19? 


33 


159 




1 1 





84 


OTHER 4REAS 




51 


2 


49 


6 


B 





35 



NOT^: TRANSFERS BETWFEM LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



NFU Pi^OFFSSION AL STAFF AT ELENENTA9Y SCHOOL LFVFl. PY APfA r90M UHICH THEY CAMF 

MAPYIAND PUBLIC SCHOOIS 
OCTOBER 1. 1077 TO SFPTEHRFP ^r^, 



TABLE 

76 



FXPFPTENCFP TEACHERS 



TAUGHT IN 1 977-70 



LAST TAURHT PRIOR TO 77-78 



ARF4 OF OPIGIN 



ALL NEW 
TEACHERS 



INEXPFRIENCEO 
TEACHERS 



TOTAL 



PUBLIC NOMOURLTC 
SCHOOI SCHOOL 



FORMER NEW TO 
MO. PUBLIC MD. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS SCHOOLS 



TOTAL 

«A R YLAMO 

OUT OF STATE 

LE» TRANSFERS 



1 .256 
97-^ 

ait 

12R 



709 
595 
114 




547 

297 
1?B 



?0A 

107 
56 



5S 

■?o 

?5 




97 
165 

72 



193 

165 




BORDER STATE*; 



rtELAUARE 

niSTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
PENNSYL VANI A 
VITINIA 
WEST VIRPINIA 



1« 
31 
6« 
60 

n 



7 
12 
34 
10 





11 
21 

30 
50 



1 

4 



3 
10 
16 
23 

4 



OTHFR CHIEF SOURCES 



NEW YORK 
NEW JERSFY 
CALIFORNIA 
FLORIDA 
MASSACHUSETTS 



39 
26 
17 

n 

13 



16 
12 
3 

4 



23 
14 
14 
13 
9 



17 
10 
P 
12 

2 



OHIO 

NORTH CAROLINA 
ILLINOIS 
GEORGIA 
INOI ANA 



13 
10 

B 
7 
7 



10 
Q 
7 
7 
4 



OTHER STATES 
OTHFR AREAS 



61 



14 



53 



14 



?1 



28 



NOTF : TRANSFERS RETUEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

77 



NfU PROFESSIONAL STAFF *T SCCONOARV SCHOOL LFVFL PY AREA Ff>Of WHICH THEY CAMF 

tiARYLANO PUBLIC SCHOOl S 
OCTOBER It 1977 TO SEPTFMBER ''0 ♦ 197R 

FXPFPIENCen TEACHERS 
TAUGHT IN 1977-7« LAST TAURHT PRIOR TO 77- 



AREA OF 0RI'5IN 

TOTAL 

MARYLAND 

OUT OF STATE 
LEA TRANSFERS 

BORDER STATES 

nELAUARE 

niSTRICT OF COLUHPIA 
PENNSYLVANI A 
VI'?GINIA 
WEST VIRGINIA 

OTH^R CHIEF SOURCES 



ALL NEU 
TEACHERS 

1 t«3? 
1 tOl 1 

579 

l5n 



21 
56 
100 
60 
17 



INEXPERIENCED 
TEACHERS 

797 
611 
106 




9 
21 
60 
13 

5 



TOTAL 

(ST5 
«00 
T9T 
15X 



1? 
«n 

07 
R 



PUBLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOl SCHOOL 



??R 
16(1 
159 
95 



6 
9 
19 

2? 
5 



69 
• 5 

2a 





FORMER 
HO. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 

10? 
165 

6^^ 



NEU TO 
MO- PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 

2 36 
26 
210 




4 

17 
19 

23 
3 



NEU YORK 
NEU JERSFY 
NORTH CAROLINA 
FLORIDA 
MASSACHUSETTS 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

OHIO 

TEXAS 

CALIFORNIA 
NEU HAMPSHIRE 

OTHFR STATES 



6P 
29 
22 
15 
15 

14 
13 
13 
9 
9 

92 



22 
15 
6 
« 

5 


5 
3 
1 
4 

11 



46 
ll 
16 
11 
10 

lA 

ft 
10 
ft 
5 

ftl 



20 
6 

n 

5 
7 

« 

5 
1 
« 

32 



26 
ft 
ft 
6 
6 

7 
3 
5 
7 
1 

45 



OTHFR AREAS 



30 



2ft 



22 



note: TRANSFERS RETUEEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



UlU PROFESSinNcL ST«FF AT HI DO LF /C O^P I NED SCHOOL LFVFL PY ARF4 

lARYLANO PURLIC SCHOOLS 
OCTOBER 1. 1P77 TO SEPTF«BFR "^0 . l<>7n 



FRO" tlHICH THFV CAME 



TABLE 

78 



FXPERTFMCFT TEACHERS 



TAUGHT IM lP77-7fi 



LAST TAURHT PRIOR TO 77-78 



«REa OF ORIGIN 



ALL NFU 
TEACHERS 



TNEXPER lENCFD 
TEACHERS 



TOTAL 



PURLIC NONPUBLIC 
SCHOOL SCHOOL 



FORMER 
inn. PUBLIC 
TEACHERS 



NEW TO 
HD. PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS 



TOTAL 

MARVLANn 
OUT OF STATE 
LEa TRaNSFfRS 



66 



329 
254 
75 




227 
166 
127 

66 



<»6 
69 
61 
3* 



in 

TO 

n 

n 



IS 
<»7 

32 



76 
20 
56 




BORTER STATES 



PELAWARE 

DISTRICT OF COLUI'^IA 

PENNSYLVANIA 

tfl 'r,i NIA 

WEST VIRGINIA 



A 

1 

HI 
2^ 
3 



« 

3 
32 
6 




a 
1 1 

I "5 
1 7 
3 



OTHi^R CHIEF SOURCES 



NFU YORK 
n&SSACHUSETTS 
NFU JERSEY 
NORTH CA^JOLTN* 
FLORIDA 



10 
3 
3 
t 




t 3 

7 
7 



OHIO 

CONNECT iruT 
SOUTH CAROLINA 
TFMNFSSFF 
TEXAS 



OTHFR STATES 



OTHFR AREAS 



26 
7 



?0 



note: TRANSFERS RETUFEN LOCAL UNITS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN STATE TOTALS. 



TABLE 

79 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: September 30, 1978 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Principals 


All Schools 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


tH 

o 

<l> 
CJ 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


4-t 
c 

QJ 


Montgomery 


Prince George ' s 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 1 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


All Schools 


918 


22 


78 


139 


115 


9 


5 


17 


17 


18 


9 


24 


13 


28 


27 


5 


133 


163 


5 


18 


9 


7 


32 


17 


8 


1.0 - 1.9 


1 
















_ 














_ 










1 










2.0 - 2.9 


3 
















_ 








1 
























2 


3.0 - 3.9 


5 






1 










_ 






















. 


2 




2 


_ 




4.0 - 4.9 


4 
















1 








1 






_ 








1 






1 






5.0 - 5.9 


5 














1 


_ 








1 
















1 


_ 




2 


_ 


6.0 - 6.9 


1 




1 












_ 












_ 


_ 






_ 


. 






_ 






7.0 - 7.9 


6 










2 














3 






_ 












1 








8 - 8.9 


7 


1 




1 










_ 




1 




2 
















1 










9.0 - 9.9 


6 




2 


1 










1 




1 










_ 






1 














10.0 - 10.9 


13 


2 


1. 












_ 






1 










3 


3 






1 




_ 


_ 


1 


11.0 - 11.9 


12 








2 












1 


1 








1 


1 


3 












1 




12.0 - 12.9 


IJ 




4 












L 






1^ 




I 






3 


2 










2 


I 




13.0 13.9 


22 


2 






1 








L 






1 


1 


1 




1 


5 


3 


1 




1 




2 






14.0 - 14.9 


21 


I 


1 


2 


2 


1 










1 










_ 


5 


2 








1 


3 






15.0 - 15.9 


31 


I 


I 




3 








1 






2 








_ 


3 


8 








1 


3 






16.0 - 16.9 


30 




4 


I 










_ 








1 


1 


2 




9 


5 






1 






1 


1 


17.0 - 17.9 


41 


4 


3 


1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


1 


- 








_ 


11 


10 


1 


1 




- 


2 






18.0 - 18.9 


34 


2 


3 


2 


3 






1 














1 




12 


4 








2 


2 


1 




19.0 - 19.9 


38 




1 


6 


3 




1 


1 


2 






1 






1 


2 


4 


11 










4 






20.0 - 20.9 


38 


1 


4 


1 


5 








1 










1 


1 


1 


6 


12 




3 






1 




1 


21.0 - 21 9 


36 




4 


3 


3 






1 


1 






1 






6 




8 


6 




2 


1 










22.0 - 22.9 


49 


2 


3 


2 


7 






1 


1 










1 


4 




8 


14 




2 






2 


1 




23.0 - 23.9 


50 




2 


3 


4 


1 
















3 




_ 


11 


20 




1 




1 


1 




1 




48 


1 


4 


6 


11 








1 
















6 


15 


1 










2 






38 


1 


10 


2 


5 








1 






1 


1 


1 


3 




6 


7 
















26.0 - 26.9 


41 




3 


7 


7 




1 


1 


1 




1 


2 






1 


- 


5 


7 


1 








1 


2 


1 


27.0 - 27.9 


48 




5 


5 


12 




1 


1 


2 






1 






4 




5 


8 










1 


1 


1 


28.0 - 28.9 


38 


1 


3 


7 


8 


1 




1 




2 






1 


3 






3 


7 










1 






29.0 - 29.9 


31 




2 


6 


4 


2 








2 


2 


1 




2 


2 




4 


4 
















30.0 - 30.9 


25 




2 


5 


4 






3 




2 




1 




1 


1 




3 


3 
















31.0 - 31.9 


23 




2 


6 


4 


1 


1 










1 




1 


1 




4 


1 












1 




32.0 - 32.9 


26 


2 


2 


8 


4 






1 








2 




1 






1 


3 




1 








1 




33.0 - 33.9 


17 




1 


6 


4 


















2 






1 


1 










2 






34.0 - 34.9 


17 






6 


2 






1 








1 










4 


1 










1 


1 




35.0 - over 


96 


1 


10 


43 


13 


1 


1 


3 




1 




6 




9 






1 2 


3 








1 




2 





♦Includes combined schools which are not specifically middle schools. 



TABLE 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools* by Size of Staff: September 30, 1978 






All Schools 


Allegany 


c 

u 
< 

C 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


u 
u 

> 

a 


c 
^ 

o 
u 

a 


_ 


u 
u 
a 

CJ 


u 
a 
o 


m 
a 

u 

a 
x: 

u 


u 
tj 

<fl 
a 
x: 
o 

o 
a 


-H 

ii 

5; 
■a 
i) 
u 
b. 


u 

51 

o 


- 
u 


U4 

u 


■o 
u 
CO 
S 
o 


c 

&I 


Montgomery 


SI 

p 

O 

o 
u 
C 

a. 


•Si 

C 

c 
< 

B 

V 

<u 

D 


s. 

u 
S 


V.I 

c; 
E 
o 



.Q 

q 


c 
o 

c 
.c 

« 
a 
3 




e 
o 
o 

3 


Worcester 


All Schools 


417 


8 


32 


60 


50 


5 


4 


12 


10 


11 


6 


14 


4 


13 


20 


3 


53 


63 


4 


8 


5 


4 


14 


7 


7 


I . (J 






1 








1 










































3.0 




U , 9 


- 


- 












■ 






* 


■ 








■ 












~ 








3 - U 




b • y 


1 


- 




- 
















1 
























■ 




/ - U 




Q Q 


1 


- 




1 










































- 


7 . U 




in Q 


2 






2 












* 














* 














■ 


■ 


LL,V 




10 Q 


2 


* 




1 


























■ 


1 
















1 1 n 






2 






~ 
















■ 








1 




" 










■ 






1 '\ n 




iO . 7 


4 


■ 




2 
















1 












1 
















17.0 




18.9 


8 




2 


2 














I 


1 


















- 








1 


19.0 




20.9 


2 










1 


























1 














21.0 




22.9 


6 






2 


1 




1 




- 


I 
































23.0 




24.9 


5 














1 






1 


















1 


1 




I 






25.0 




29.9 


14 






2 








2 


1 




1 




1 






1 


1 




1 




1 


- 


1 


1 




30.0 




34.9 


27 


1 




2 










3 


1 


1 


3 






5 






2 










1 


1 


2 


35.0 




39.9 


31 


3 


4 


3 




1 


1 


- 




1 


1 


2 


1 








1 


5 




1 






2 




1 


40.0 




44.9 


37 


1 




5 








1 


2 


3 






1 


1 


2 




3 


12 




^ 


I 




1 




1 


45.0 




49.9 


29 




1 


1 


1 


' 




1 














2 






11 


1 








4 




1 


50.0 




54.9 


36 




2 


2 


4 


1 




2 


1 


1 




2 




2 






5 


Q 
O 




1 






2 


2 


1 


-55.0 




59.9 


35 




5 


2 


5 


1 




1 


1 


^ 








1 


4 




9 


2 
















60.0 




64.9 


27 


2 


3 


1 


6 


















2 


1 




5 










1 








65.0 




69.9 


24 




1 


5 


6 


1 






1 






1 




1 


I 




1 


3 




2 








1 




70.0 




74.9 


19 


1 


1 


2 


5 














1 




2 






6 














1 




75.0 




79.9 


11 




3 


1 


2 










2 














1 












1 


1 




80.0 




84.9 


15 




1 


1 


3 


















1 






5 


3 










1 






85.0 




89.9 


16 




1 


2 












1 








2 






4 


1 


1 














90.0 




94.9 


9 




1 


2 












































95.0 




99.9 


12 




1 


3 


2 






1 


















2 


3 
















100.0 




over 


41 




6 


16 


6 






1 








1 




1 






3 



















♦Includes middle schools. 



TABLE 

C J I Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1968-69 - 1978-79 

o i 



Type of Certificate 


1968-69 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977-78 


Total 


3 ,511 


3, 256 


3 , 530 


4,177 


4 , 190 


't , D /y 


J , DJ J 


Z , ODD 






Elementary 


1,612 


1,443 


1,574 


1,952 


1,949 


2,171 


1,680 


1,428 


1,291 


1,119 


Secondary 


*1,793 


*1,632 


1,725 


*1,966 


1,924 


*1,939 


*1,418 


1,140 


927 


774 


Agriculture 


8 


3 


8 


7 


8 


6 


13 


12 


11 


19 


Art 


147 


90 


134 


135 


129 


175 


123 


106 


55 


68 


Business 


48 


33 


39 


92 


108 


69 


57 


50 


45 


33 


English 


324 


306 


274 


284 


271 


236 


165 


140 


118 


101 


Foreign Languages 


113 


146 


115 


148 


126 


136 


76 


60 


60 


44 


Home Economics 


75 


87 


85 


84 


95 


82 


56 


55 


36 


54 


Industrial Education 


40 


51 


35 


50 


58 


66 


45 


38 


44 


29 


Mathematics 


18p 


119 


127 


139 


151 


157 


78 


82 


56 


39 


Music 


68 


57 


65 


46 


87 


92 


87 


63 


55 


6« 


Physical Education 


142 


181 


215 


285 


289 


324 


250 


224 


204 


139 


Science 






















General Science 


/21 


33 


61 


21 


14 


20 


13 


29 


10 


27 


Biology 


78 


71 


82 


66 


87 


66 


63 


45 


45 


22 


Chemisty 


16 


6 


7 


18 


15 


10 


6 


14 


4 


3 


fhysics 


8 


4 


4 


4 


4 


- 


6 


2 


4 


1 


Social Science 


435 


356 


430 


428 


450 


376 


263 


192 . 


164 


108 


Speech 


29 


21 


32 


53 


31 


45 


18 


28 


16 


19 


Junior High (General) 


2 




12 
















Other 




1 






1 


2 










Other 


106 


181 


231 


259 


317 


469 


437 


298 


325 


352 


Guidance 


38 


23 


4 


28 


38 


45 


14 


11 






Library 


13 


2 


19 


42 


24 


32 


34 


47 


16 


20 


Special Education 


12 


156 


178 


140 


219 


271 


310 


227 


309 


332 


Other 


43 




30 


49 


36 


121 


79 


13 







*Includes the following not reported by subject: 1968-59, 59; 1969-70, 67; 1971-72, 106; 1973-74, 77; 1974-75, 99. 
•/Includes the following not reported by type of science: 1968-69, 6. 




ULT PROGRAM DATA 





Annual Report 



> 



i 



TABLE 



High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1968-69 - 1978-79 




Year 


Number of Applicants Who: 


Total Numbei 
of 

Certificates 
Issued 


Completed 
Examinations* 


. Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
Through USAFI/ 


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 


1976-77 


13,427 


6,190 


258 


6,448 


1977-78 


13,420 


8,315 


227 


8,542 


1978-79 


13,806 


8,424 


201 


8,625 



♦Includes re-tests. 



^United States Armed Forces Institute. 



TABLE 

83 



Adult Education Programs Administered by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1978-79 





Total 


Adult 


Adult 


Adult 


Local Unit 


Basic 


General 


Vocational 


Total State 


236,378 


29,132 


169,206 


38,040 


Allegany 


1,460 


243 


1,217 


- 


Anne Arundel 


4,704 


388 


2,771 


1,545 


Baltimore City 




£ tiA ft 




^ O ^ft 


Baltimore 


27,703 


2,485 


14,797 


10,421 


Calvert 


1,235 


149 


1,086 


- 


Caroline 


1,403 


278 


1,051 


74 


Carroll 


2,731 


491 


1,681 


559 


Cecil 


1 f\/, 1 


977 
i / / 




1 A 1 

mi 


Charles 


904 


245 


659 




Dorchester 


570 


81 


474 


15 


Frederick 


2,482 


357 


1,520 


605 


Garrett 


263 


181 


82 




Harford 


7 R c 


070 
7 /U 


9 7ft'; 




Howard 


4,185 


417 


3.768 


_ 


Kent 


1,464 


278 


1,186 


- 


Montgomery 


47,594 


7,705 


31,615 


8,274 


Prince George's 


91 , 549 




ft 9 n'X'y 


Q or\Q 
J ,OUO 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,290 


248 


1,042 




St. Mary's 


J , OXU 




3,300 




Somerset 


417 


40 


377 


- 


Talbot 


777 


36 


741 




Washington 


1,623 


376 


1,247 




Wicomico 


1,523 


272 


895 


356 


Worcester 


449 


148 


301 




Community Colleges 


5,871 






5.871 


Maryland Correctional 








413 


Institutions 


1,013 


600 





Vocational Adult and Apprentice Education Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1978-79 



TABLE 

84 



Local 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 




Total State 


38,040 


344 


1,641 


549 


8,597 


13,247 


634 


7,430 


2,684 


2,914 


County and City 


















944 




Anne Arundel 


1,5A5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,192 


- 


1 n7 


2 


Baltimore City 


5,958 


_ 


7 


_ 


487 


2,093 


- 


792 


163 


2,416 


Baltimore 


10,421 


58 


76 


190 


3,044 


2,685 


75 


2,683 


1,557 


53 


Caroline 


7 /. 

1 ^ 


97 
i. 1 








47 




_ 


_ 




Carroll 


559 




_ 


_ 


47 


351 


- 


157 


_ 


4 


Cecil 


141 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


139 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Dorchester 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


15 


- 


Frederick 


605 


68 


- 


- 


25 


318 


- 


164 




30 


Montgomery 


8,274 


2 


174 


29 


4,463 


2,907 


- 


405 


39 


255 


Prince George's 


3,808 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2,358 


- 


1,178 


262 


8 


Wicomico 


356 










229 




110 


16 




Community Colleges 
















658 


81 




All egany 


1,629 


_ 


_ 


_ 


372 


518 


- 


- 


Catonsville 


1,324 


- 


821 


308 


86 


12 


- 


12 


71 


14 


Cecil 


838 


- 


331 


22 


- 


- 


- 


■a c o 




126 


Chesapeake 


70 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


50 


- 


2 


Community College of 






















Baltimore 


29 
















29 




Essex 


D'ti 












541 








Frederick 


232 




232 
















Garrett 


360 


189 








140 




30 




1 


Hagerstown 


799 








27 


213 




401 


158 
20 




Harford 


20 




















Worcester-Wicomico 






















Technical 


29 
















29 




Correctional Institutions 


413 








44 


45 




324 







TABLE 

85 



Vocational-Technical Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools*: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agri— 


Distri- 
butive 
Education 


Health 
Occupa- 
tions 


f^n c 1 1 1 1 1 a T" 
^ Ull B UUlc L 

and 
Education 


''Home^ 
Economics 


Business 
and 
Office 


Coop 


Technical 


Trades 
and 
Industry 


Other 
Special 


Total State 




A 9QQ 


T f»AA 


X , JO J 


Q9 Q91 

7Z , 7ZX 


X , jjy 


AQ 1 77 


R QA9 


9A 


9*^ AQA 
Z J , O ^H 




Allegany 




81 




37 


2 528 




X , J\J i 






A 1 Q 

H X J 




Axine Airundel 


16 306 


1 OA 
1 zo 


448 


160 


5 849 


57 


6 ,850 


1 027 




1, 727 


fi9 


Baltimore City 


26,26A 




367 


281 


12'449 


484 


4,947 




111 


5,871 


1,754 


Baltimore 


28,288 


509 


415 


147 


16,527 


30 


5,288 


2,033 


- 


2,744 


595 


L.a± ver L 


1 f\Qf, 

-L , D 






2 1 


O 7 ? 


3 


A 7fi 






9 SQ 
z J J 




- . 

a IT o X in e 


1 306 






47 


311 










207 




Cairiroll 






CI 

JX 


20 


862 




R77 

Oil 


1 A1 

XH X 




ARK 




Cecil 


2,707 


38 


34 


30 


1,120 




675 


135 


- 


401 




Charles 


5,071 


67 




25 


2,413 


30 


1,971 


157 


- 


407 


1 


Dorclies ter 


1 7 SQ 


zu 


164 


16 


677 




JtJX 






1 7S 
X / o 


1 Q7 

X J / 


T? ^ /4 "1* "I r'lr 


6,084 


785 


27 


32 


2 305 




1 331 


447 




1 157 




\j<±LLKi L L. 


1 312 


102 






197 


33 


447 


AA 




377 


110 


Harford 




234 


34 


51 


1,738 




1,571 


268 


_ 


468 


21 


Howard 


3,781 


34 


25 


84 


2,107 


8 


708 


5 


- 


792 


18 


Van t- 


901 


7 >; 




41 


183 




Qn 






9QQ 


91 

ZX J 




26 862 




420 




16 956 




4 131 


X , 7X J 


1 1 9 


1,984 


478 


Prince George's 


33,896 


293 


438 


97 


16,284 


166 


12,050 


2,194 




2,287 


87 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,266 


136 


45 


33 




71 


475 




- 


506 




C *- Ma r\r * o 
O L. • 1 Id Ly o 


3 118 


Aft 
oo 


jO 




X , XQO 


1 Q 




X J J 




1A1 

J*^ X 


Z J J 


S ome r s e t 


X y^\JJ 














(51 




1 /■ 7 
XH / 


91 fl 


Talbot 


1,013 


57 


45 


20 


189 


67 


435 






200 




Washington 


9.034 


578 


215 


67 


5,302 


33 


1,579 


219 


22 


819 


200 


Wicomico 


3,798 


79 


168 


37 


1,763 


57 


1,090 


121 




460 


23 


Worcester 


1,306 


27 




12 


672 




366 






229 




Correctional 
























Institutions and 
























Juvenile Services 


1,452 


















111 


725 



Industrial 
Arts 



100,438 

2,187 
8,372 
14,382 
18,190 
450 



1,974 
1,525 
2,146 
130 

2,341 
774 
4,022 
2,765 
286 

13,261 
21,320 

813 
547 

193 
2,340 
1,947 

473 



*Note "Institutions" immediately above. 



VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITATION DATA 




Amual Report 



1 



Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1978-79* 



TABLE 

86 



Local Unit 


Applications 


Evaluations 


Closed 
After 
Evaluation 


Surveyed 
Under 
Advisement 


Job 
Preparation 


Service 
Completed 


Rehabili- 
tations 


Closed 
Other 
Reasons 


Total 
Cases 




Total State 


3,774 


421 


11,164 


2,866 


9,175 


3,875 


5.703 


5,051 


42,029 


Allegany 


1 


17 


284 


21 


308 


98 


152 


60 


941 


Anne Arundel 


293 


18 


770 


286 


7D7 


200 


423 


368 


3,065 


Baltimore City 


1,704 


216 


4,728 


1,373 


2,272 


1,342 


1,525 


2,265 


15,425 


Baltimore 


296 


53 


1,023 


340 


1,316 


446 


807 


629 


4,910 


Calvert 


36 


1 


95 


50 


35 


18 


42 


28 


305 


Caroline 


13 


- 


61 


9 


35 


18 


38 


23 


197 


Carroll 


111 


3 


127 


28 


244 


98 


146 


66 


823 


Cecil 


7 


1 


192 


24 


108 


62 


99 


57 


550 


Charles 


40 


4 


81 


39 


127 


33 


59 


64 


447 


Dorchester 


19 


~ 


140 


17 


102 


66 


123 


60 


527 


Frederick 


74 


12 


195 


13 


428 


102 


169 


52 


1,045 


Garrett 




4 


61 


17 


56 


33 


32 


19 


222 




91 


13 


259 


32 


212 


79 


165 


109 


960 


Howard 


54 


11 


222 


62 


178 


43 


122 


100 


792 


Kent 


3 


- 


28 


5 


24 


17 


39 


32 


148 


Montgomery 


155 


27 


775 


116 


749 


228 


423 


325 


2, 798 


— Prince George's 


322 


23 


1,421 


253 


1,342 


451 


632 


509 


4,953 


Queen Anne's 


7 




30 


13 


24 


20 


36 


27 


157 


St. Mary's 


40 


3 


85 


29 


118 


38 


74 


41 


428 


Somerset 


10 




66 


14 


30 


21 


52 


27 


220 


Talbot 


6 




123 


6 


74 


49 


89 


26 


373 


Washington 


74 


1 


147 


14 


397 


243 


258 


67 


1,201 


Wicomico 


75 


1 


201 


33 


112 


89 


154 


65 


730 


Worcester 


13 


2 


50 


13 


33 


28 


44 


32 


215 


Other,' 


330 


11 




59 


144 


53 






597 



♦Figures represent the distribution of clients served during various stages of their rehabilitation process as of June 30, 1979. 
^Residence undetermined. 



TABLE 




Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1978-79 





Total 
Served 


Rehabilitated* 


Primary Source of Support at Acceptance 


Total 
Served 


Rehabilitated* 




Other 


Severely 
Disabled 


ther 


Total Number 


42,029 


2,952 


2,751 


Current Earnings 


2,914 


281 


535 










Family or Friends 


11,521 


1.034 


1.004 


Age 








Private Rehabilitation Agency 


62 


13 


6 


Under 20 


4,457 


242 


388 


Public Assistance (some federal) 


5,000 


427 


199 


20 - 34 


21,070 


1.322 


1,342 


Public Assistance (no federal) 


2,948 


111 


166 


35 - 44 


6,883 


441 


441 


Public Institutions - tax supported 


4,277 


237 


331 


45 - 64 


8,660 


772 


481 


Workmen's Compensation 


863 


37 


90 


65 - over 


959 


X / J 


QQ 


Social Security Disability Benefits 


2,368 


356 


4 










Other Disability Benefits 


751 


102 


92 


Kducation Grades Completed 








Non— Disability Benefits 


469 


77 


68 


None /Unknown 


5,031 


28 


21 


Other 


1,371 


174 


127 


1-7 


3,533 


354 


203 


Not Reported 


9,485 


103 


129 


8 


3,022 


192 


233 








9-11 


11,623 


679 


917 










12 


10,625 


810 


921 










13 - 15 


2,367 


202 


167 










cLViKL UvCL 


977 


120 


63 










Special Education 


4,851 


567 


226 










Race 




















1,985 


1,669 










Black 


16,013 


950 


1,062 










Indian 


42 


5 


1 










Other 


252 


12 


19 










Not Reported 


3,152 














Sex 
















Male 


24,464 


1,577 


1,548 










Female 


17,565 


1,375 


1,203 










Dependents 



















31,017 


2,115 


1,723 










1 


5,010 


407 


437 










2 or 3 


4,242 


313 


404 










4 or more 


1,760 


117 


187 











*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 



TABLE 



Nature ai.d Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: State of Maryland: 1978-79 




Primary Disability 


Number of 
Rehab ili tan ts* 


Number of 
Severely Disabled 


Percent 
Severely 
Disab led 


Tota 1 


5, 703 


2,952 


51. 8 




424 


230 


54.3 




454 


286 


63 .0 


Ot" t" nnn^H i p T mn^ 1 i ' iiif^n t" q ^ ti H AmTiii t"^ t" i nn Q 


1,335 


777 


58. 2 


Mental Xmpairments 


1,183 


574 


48.5 


AlcobolistD 


197 


52 


26.4 


Drug Addiction 


129 


44 


34.1 


Mental Retardation 


806 


556 


69.0 


Epilepsy 


42 


22 


52.4 


Heart and Circulatory Disorders 


104 


63 


60.6 


Respiratory Diseases 


40 


17 


42.5 


Digestive System Disorders 


UO 


37 


33.6 


Speech 


5 


5 


100.0 


Other 


874 


289 


33.1 



♦Clients who were rehabilitated into emplojnnent during the year. 



TABLE 



of V.catl.n.1 Rehabllltatio, Ref.rr.l. by Reporting »g.ncl.„ St.te «E Maryland: 1978-79 




Total 

Educational Institutions 
Hospitals and Sanitariums 
Health Organizations and Agencies 
Welfare Agencies 



Public Organizations and Agencies 

(Not specifically educational, health or welfare) 

Private Organizations and Agencies nr,^„-, 
(Not specifically educational, health or weitare; 

Individuals 



*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year. 



FINANCIAL DATA 





Annual Report 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1978-79 



TABLE 

90 



Source or Purpose 


Office of 
Superintendent 


Adminis- 
tration 


Instruction 


Vocational 

and 
Tech-iical 
Education 


Library 
Development 
and 
Services 


Compensatory 

Urban and 
Supplemen- 
tary Program 


Certification 

and 

Accrediation 


Special 
Education 


Salaries 

Technical and Special Fees 

Communications 

Travel 

Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

Contractual Services 

Supplies and Materials 

Replacement Equipment 

Additional Equipment 

Grants, Subsidies, Contributions 

Fixed Charges 


$2,076,913 
356,377 
73,559 
77,389 
33,573 
394,730 
37,198 
2,031 
5,729 
211,538 
137,411 


$1,448, 231 
183,512 
51,239 
26,522 
23,570 
343,702 
22,696 
4,034 
48,914 
452,788 
55,352 


$985,750 
134,145 
37,739 
57,333 
19,809 
639,441 
211,118 
653 
6,554 
274,268 
47,552 


$1,124,644 
32,047 
35,226 
40,333 
21,970 
.56,695 
17 , 240 
8,094 
5,028 
119,420 
51,775 


$610,875 
77,593 
19,493 
21,612 
2,583 
123,698 
39,514 
7,278 
16,634 
104,159 
99,737 


$761,176 
158,380 
27,929 
47,750 
21,762 
40,344 
18,341 
275 
3,407 
440,040 
38,909 


$701,038 
56,848 
36,335 
13,418 
8,152 
93,009 
25,316 

184 

41,209 


$973,698 
140,685 
40,638 
38,599 
7,543 
278,237 
31,992 
3,460 
2,416 
469.098 
47,241 


Total 


$3,406,448 


$2,660,560 


$2,414,362 


$1,512,472 


$1,123,176 


$1,558,313 


$975,509 


$2,033,607 


Source or Purpose 


Instructional 
Television 


Adminis- 
tration 
Rehabilitation 


Placement 

and 
Guidance 


Case 
Services 


Disability 
Deter- 
mination 


Maryland 
Rehabili- 
tation 
Center 


Correctional 
Education 




Salaries 

Technical and Special Fees 

Communications 

Travel 

Food 

Fuel and Activities 

Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 

Contractual Services 

Supplies and Materials 

Replacement Equipment 

Additional Equipment 

Grants, Subsidies, Contributions 

Fixed Charges 

Land and Structures 


$ 466,133 
96,583 
20,724 
28,170 

1,638 
265,708 
72,077 

11,379 

24,172 


S 573,335 
6,702 
24,305 

4,985 
8,462 
29,708 

2,502 
101,849 
26,585 


$5,157,934 
1.838 
172,895 

32,421 
1,028,275 
43,374 
12,885 
16,947 
707,349 
287,880 


$ 

_ 

5,392,858 


$2,030,264 
1,550,449 
123,079 

ZZ ) JJ>A 

54,008 
20,313 

4,112 
469,437 
423,063 


$3,234,893 
21,896 
44,501 

^ 1 A9 
D , X^+Z 

323,652 
262,109 
12,449 
213,596 
180,578 
20,495 
93,509 
525,985 
5,726 
2,196 


$1,499,067 
93,654 
205 

R ASA 

4,613 
17,253 
122,010 

2,369 
47.325 
50,013 
12,311 




Total 


$ 986,584 


$ 803,652 


57,563,324 


5,392,858 


$4,697,057 


$4,946,727 


$1,857,476 





TABLE 




Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education Aid to Education: 1978-79 





Appropriations* 


Expenditures 


Appropriations Lapsed 


Unit or Purpose 


Total 


General 


Federal 


Total 


Disburse- 


Encum- 


Receiv- 


Rever- 


ments 


brances 


ables/ 










sions?^ 


State Share of Current Expenses 


$319,598,732 


$319,598,732 


$ 


$319,598,732 


$319,598,732 


$ 


$ 


$ - 


Handicapped Children 


63,660,406 


63,660,406 


- 


63,660,406 


61,976,402 


1,684,004 


- 


- 


Assistance to State for Educating 


6,003,982 


- 


6,003,982 


12,752,264 


5,946,089 


6,806,175 


(6,748,282) 


- 


Handicapped Children 


















Gifted and Talented 


446,175 


446,175 


- 


446,173 


446,173 


- 


- 


2 


Disruptive Youth 


450,000 


450,000 


- 


450,000 


442,000 


8,000 


- 


- 


Educationally Deprived Children 


31,375,573 


- 


31,375,573 


37,595,894 


31,121,082 


6,474,812 


(6,220,322) 


- 


Development of Supplemental 


850,354 


292,000 


558,354 


2,683,494 


607,826 


2,075,668 


(1,833.140) 


- 


Services and Innovative Programs 


















Adult Continuing Education 


1,595,558 


430,500 


1, 165,058 


1,997,590 


1,207,022 


790,568 


( 402,032) 


- 


Vocational Education 


7,955,616 


- 


7,955,616 


10,564,959 


7,918,006 


2,646,953 


(2.609,343) 




Comprehensive Employment and 


749,728 


- 


749,728 


2,547,370 


773,878 


1,773,492 


(1,797,642) 


- 


Training 


















Industrial Training 


1,505,199 


1,505,199 


- 


1,505,199 


680,253 


824,946 


- 


- 


Apprenticeship Program 


475,604 


475,604 


- 


475,604 


429,886 


45,718 


- 


- 


Vocational Centers 


160,000 


160,000 


- 


160,000 


140,442 


19,558 


- 


- 


Driver Education 


^5, 092, 253 






5,102,480 


5,102,480 




( 10,227) 




School Lunch 


29,628,888 




29,628,888 


35,583,891 


29,628,888 


5,955,003 


(5,955,003) 


: 


Food Service Program 


4,579,748 


4,579,748 




4,579,748 


3,951,082 


628,666 






Child Nutrition 


4,476,472 




4,476,472 


6,648,581 


4,471,211 


2,177,370 


(2,172,109) 




Public Libraries 


7,067,090 


7,067.090 




8,123,280 


7,006,270 


1,117,010 


(1,056,190) 




State Library Network 


2,503,786 


2,503,786 




2,503,786 


2,474,094 


29,692 






Libraries and Learning Resources 


704,755 




704,755 


3,074,895 


598,328 


2,476,567 


(2,370,140) 




Transportation 


61,870,954 


61,870,954 




61,870,954 


56,933,249 


4,937,705 






Transportation-Private School 


2,257,975 


2,257,975 




2,257,975 




2,257,975 






Handicapped Children 


















School Building Construction Aid 


133,780,814 


133,780,814 




133,780,813 


133,780,813 






1 


School Community Centers 


1,245,000 


1,245,000 




1,245,000 


899,816 


345,184 






Total 


$688,034,662 


$600,323,983 


$82,618,426 


$719,209,088 


$676,134,022 


$43,075,066 


($31,174,430) 


$ 3 



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



TABLE 



Local Revenue Appropriations: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 




Local Unit 


Local 
Revenue* 


Appropriations for Public Schools-/ 


Percent of Total Revenue Appropriated 
to Public Schools 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Construction 


Debt 
Service 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


School 
Construction 


Debt 
Service 


Total State 


$1,905,225,904 




QT3 1 OA A/. A 


til QC7 CAC 


<! /. Q 1 Qn 9QQ 

, J. ju , zyo 


52. 14 


48 . 98 


0.63 


2. 53 


Allegany 


23,487,984 


13,635.852 


13.501,100 




134,752 


58.05 


57.48 


- 


0.57 


Anne Arundel 


137,283,860 




71 HQA QQO 

/ -L > U 7D , 7 7U 


1 199 1 An 




Q O 


51 . 79 


. 81 


4 . 28 


Baltimore City 


380.937,098 


1 0/. LLl AID 


J._I.Uj OOUy 




i J , DoD , y Id 


32.67 


29.11 




3.56 


Baltimore 


286,169,178 


163 513 1 Qi 


J- jO jC+^jO^O 


9A7 t;nn 


4 , bio , zyo 


57 . 14 


55.44 


0.09 


1.61 


Calvert 


19,858,935 


in nni fifii 


7 , JUL/ J UUU 


QA 19ft 


4U/ , 3 J J 


50 . 36 


47 . 84 


0.47 


2.05 


Caroline 


6,412,691 


3,294,980 


3,125,565 


103,000 


66,415 


51.38 


48.74 


1.61 


1.03 


Carroll 


31,400,528 


16 7Q6 nSfi 


1 ML 171 


1 nn 9 "^ft 

±UU , Z JO 




51 . 90 


48.33 


0.32 


3.25 


Cecil 


17,593,830 


10 817 919 


7, / DJjOUO 


/uu , uuu 


O C/. Ill 
J JH , 11 ± 


oi .ity 


55. 50 


3. 98 


2.01 


Charles 


24,748,074 


16 030 857 


1A 7fiA fin? 




Q 1 A 1 

y ID , _) ji 


AA A A 

bt) . DO 


61.40 


1.45 


3.81 


Dorchester 


10,380,920 


5,523,377 


s son noo 






91 


52 . 98 




0. 23 


Frederick 


40,475,847 


22,683,298 


20.844,700 


1,271,491 


567,107 


56.04 


51.50 


3.14 


1.40 


Garrett 


8,895,294 


3 466 70? 








Q7 

Jo . y / 


9 Q Q 7 






Harford 


45,698,246 


30 334 758 


97 Aan fifli 




1,794,097 


DO . Jo 


CC\ 1 9 


2 . 32 


3. 93 


Howard 


62,205,004 


39,471,954 


33 576 713 


4 222 275 


1,672,966 




5 j . yo 


6 . 79 


2.69 


Kent 


5,594,284 


3,736,414 


3,386,833 




349,581 


66.79 


60.54 




6.25 


Montgomery 


386,006,457 


222,506,298 


213,074,473 


1,975,000 


7,456,825 


57.64 


55.20 


0.51 


1.93 


Prince George's 


304,932,464 


166,243,332 


159,186,410 




7.056,922 


54.52 


52.20 




2.32 


Oiioon Anna' e 
V^UCcLl rUlllc o 


D , / yo , yy z 


4.859,604 


4,512,139 


304,500 


42,965 


71.50 


66.39 


4.48 


0.63 


St. Mary's 


14,886,796 


9,753,481 


9,528,129 




225,352 


65.52 


64.01 




1.51 


Somerset 


4,457,208 


2,643,917 


2,485,846 


36,109 


121,962 


59.32 


55.77 


0.81 


2.74 


Talbot 


9,457,284 


5,920,822 


5,829,139 




91.683 


62.61 


61.64 




0.97 


Washington 


35,747,763 


20,254,907 


19,119,675 


146,048 


989,184 


56.66 


53.48 


0.41 


2.77 


Wicomico 


20,738,856 


10,440,785 


10,167,369 




273,416 


50.34 


49.02 




1.32 


Worcester 


21,060,311 


9,321,198 


8,579,284 


212,321 


529,593 


44.26 


40.74 


1.01 


2.51 



*Figures from State Bureau of Fiscal Services and includes taxes, licenses and permits, and fines and forfeitures. 
•/Figures from financial reports of local boards of education. 



TABLE 

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

Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



T _ — — . 1 TT_ J I. 

Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 


Revenue 


Non- 
revenue 


Percent 


from 


Each 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,880,796,965 


$716,581,140 


$145,375,675 


$993,292,390 


$17,545,399 


$8,002,361 


38.1 


7 


.7 


53 


.8 


0.4 


Allegany 


32,491,617 


14,878,292 


3,526,736 


13,635.852 


447.178 


3,559 


45.8 


10 


.9 


43 


.3 


it 


Anne Arundel 


147 776 498 


53,893,081 


14,327,366 


78,093,564 


1,444,233 


1 O OCA 


36.4 


9 


. 7 


53 


.8 


0.1 


Baltimore City 


327,493,979 


163.339,062 


34,942,209 


124,447,430 


359,135 


4,406,143 


49.9 


10 


.7 


38 


.1 


1.3 


Baltimore 


256,239,729 


81,336,989 


9,757,618 


ici ciT in/ 
io J , 51 3 , 194 


i ,031 , yzo 


- 


31.7 


3 


.8 


64 


.5 




Calvert 


16,895,233 


5,100,552 


1,689,028 


10,001,661 


52,162 


51,830 


30.2 


10 


.0 


59 


.5 


0.3 


Caroline 


9,948,658 


5,355,953 


1.252,705 


3,294,980 


42,783 


2,237 


53.8 


12 


.6 


33 


.6 


+ 


Carroll 


36 121 389 


17,305,715 


2,261,420 


16,296,086 


224.112 




47.9 


6 


3 


45 


.8 




Cecil 


24,357,473 


11,364,228 


1,981,820 


10,817,919 


168.027 


25.479 


46.7 


8 


1 


45 


.1 


0.1 


Charles 


42,211.778 


20,748,316 


4,415.063 


io , U 30 . OD / 


615,715 


401,827 


49.1 


10 


5 


39 


4 


1.0 


Dorchester 


13,826,158 


6,213,641 


1,950.489 


5.523.377 


102.354 


36,297 


44.9 


14 


1 


40 


7 


0.3 


Frederick 


52,547,616 


25,719,017 


3.529,855 


22,683,298 


178,815 


436,631 


49.0 


6 


7 


43 


5 


0.8 


Garrett 


11,182 , 330 


5,666,563 


1,867,797 


3.466,702 


99.307 




50.7 


16 


7 


31 


9 


0.7 


Harford 


67,315,534 


30,709,600 


5,594,521 


30,334,758 


544,505 


132.150 


45.6 


8 


3 


45 


9 


0.2 


Howard 


63,422,747 


18.318,943 


2,655,486 


39,471,954 


2,957,052 


19,312 


28.9 


4 


2 


66 


9 




Kent 


7,217,679 


2,530.825 


644, 326 


3,736,414 


264,495 


41.619 


35.1 


8 


9 


55 


4 


0.6 


Montgomery 


308,811,785 


69,440,038 


14,054,569 


222.506,298 


2,801.671 


9,209 


22.4 


4 


6 


73 







Prince George's 


316,276,290 


119,646,071 


24,416,729 


166,243,332 


4,450,574 


1,519,584 


37.8 


7 


7 


54 





0.5 


Queen Anne's 


11,774,113 


6,005.946 


835,899 


4,859,604 


71.956 


708 


51.0 


7 


1 


41 


9 


it 


St. Mary's 


26,260,338 


12,472,112 


3,868,869 


9,753.481 


139.880 


25,996 


47.5 


14 


7 


37 


7 


0.1 


Somerset 


8,529,451 


4,000.609 


1.814.916 


2.643,917 


2.940 


67,069 


46.9 


21 


3 


31 





0.8 


Talbot 


11,067,376 


4,098,603 


900,933 


5,920,822 


142,011 


5,007 


37.0 


8 


1 


54 


9 


/ ! 


Washington 


47,755,061 


21,377,477 


5.789,707 


20,254.907 


216,701 


116,269 


44.8 


12 


1 


42 


9 


0.2 


Wicomico 


25,481,107 


11,938,780 


2.053,321 


10,440,785 


505,235 


542.986 


46.8 


8 


1 


43 





2.1 , 


Worcester 


15,793,026 


5,120,727 


1.244.293 


9,321,198 


82,630 


24,178 


32.4 


7 


9 


59. 


5 


0.2 ' 



*Includes federal funds for child nutrition, current expense capital outlay, and State food service aid. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

Revenue from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 Jt 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) / | 



Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 


Revenue 




Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


. Local 


Non- 
revenue?S 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Son- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$1,694,378,010 


$597,622,111 


$145,228,158 


$933,194,446 


S " 6 257 158 


S2,076, .3" 


35.3 


8.6 


56 .0 


0.1 


Allegany 


29,392.186 


11 Q1 fil 
-L J- J yLj 1 D± J 


J 9 9 / JO 


13,501,100 


447.178 


3.559 




12.0 




a 


Anne Arundel 


139,448,466 


52,744,232 


14,327,366 


71.096.990 


1,279,878 


- 


37.8 


10.3 


51.9 






?fiA SR7 


138,612,029 


34,942,209 


110.880,514 


359,135 




48.7 


12.3 


39.0 


- 


Baltimore 


239,146,369 


69,107,425 


9.757,618 


158,649,398 


1,631,928 


_ 


28.9 


4.1 


67.0 


- 


Calvert 


16,309,220 


5,045,884 


1,689.028 


y , DUO, OOU 


37 , 361 


36,947 


30.9 


10.4 


58.5 


0.2 


Caroline 


8,698,492 






3,125,565 


42,783 


- 


49 . 2 


14.4 


36.4 




Carroll 


31,652,082 


13,960,304 


2,261,420 


15,174,171 


222,131 


34,056 


44.1 


7.2 


48.6 


0.1 


Cecil 




10,323,691 


1,981,820 


9,763,808 


148.674 




46.4 


8.9 


44.6 


0.1 


Charles 


35,078,627 


14.924,636 


4,415.063 


14,764,807 


615.715 


358,406 


42.5 


12.6 


43.9 


1.0 


Dorchester 


12,234,666 


4,645.526 


1,950.489 


J . jUU , UUu 




36,297 


38.0 


15.9 


45.8 


0.3 


Frederick 


41,641,793 




J J -J^ J , ODD 


20,844,700 


178,815 


436,631 


An n 


o • 3 


DKJ . D 




Garrett 


10,390,711 


4.900.836 


1,867,797 


3,466,702 


73,460 


81,916 


47.2 


18.0 


34.0 


0.8 


ttar E oru 


jO y J jO , O / 1 


24.584.814 


5,594,521 


27,480,681 


544,505 


132 150 


42.2 


9.6 


48.0 


0.2 


Howard 


54,481,812 


16,176.644 


2,655,486 


33,576,713 


2.053,657 


19,312 


29.7 


4.9 


65.4 




Kent 


6,838,930 


2,530,825 


644,326 


3,386,833 


263,327 


13,619 


37.0 


9.4 


53.4 


0.2 


— 

Montgomery 


288,590,965 


58,675,757 


14,054,569 


213,074,473 


2,776,957 


9,209 


20.3 


4.9 


74.8 


a 


Prince George's 


289,670,133 


100,975,453 


24,416,729 


159,186.410 


4,450,574 


640,967 


34.9 


8.4 


56.5 


0.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


8,962,988 


3,545,004 


835,899 


4.512.139 


69.238 


708 


39.6 


9.3 


51.1 


a 


St. Mary's 


23,882,622 


10,327,110 


3,868,869 


9,528,129 


132,518 


25,996 


43.2 


16.2 


40.5 


0.1 


Somerset 


7,717,001 


3,346,420 


1,814,916 


2,485,846 


2,940 


66,879 


43.4 


23.5 


32.2 


0.9 


Talbot 


9,023,927 


2,150,990 


900,933 


5,829,139 


140,738 


2,127 


23.8 


10.0 


66.2 


a 


Washington 


40,969,446 


15.874,611 


5,642,190 


19.119.675 


216,701 


116,269 


38.7 


13.8 


47.2 


0.3 


Wicomico 


22,413,530 


9.785,843 


2,053,321 


10,167.369 


394,011 


12,986 


43.7 


9.2 


47.1 


a 


Worcester 


12,460,014 


2.541,233 


1,244,293 


8.579,284 


7 2,580 


22,624 


20.4 


10.0 


69.4 


0.2 



♦Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal and State funds for child nutrition. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other xinits and all other sources. 
j'Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other miscellaneous sources, 
^ess than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

95 



Revenue from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 


Revenue 


Non- 
revenue? 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


revenue 




Si SSfi fi77 SOO 






$933,194,446 


$16,257,158 


$2,076,137 


29.6 


Q 




U . X 


All i^o^nv 


27 , 115,409 


9,636,836 


3,526,736 


13,501, 100 


447 , 178 


3,559 


35.5 


13.0 


51.5 




Anne Arundel 


127,158,609 


40 4S4 37S 


14,327,366 


71,096,990 


1,279,878 




11 . 3 


31.8 


56 . 9 




Baltimore City 


262,584,353 


116 ,402 , 495 


34,942,209 


110,880,514 


359,135 




44 . 3 


13 . 3 


42.4 




Ba 1 time re 


218,416,927 


48,377,983 


9 757,618 


158,649,398 


1,631,928 




22. 1 


4 . 5 


73.4 




Calvert 


15,042, 940 


3 ,779,604 


1 ,689,028 


9 , 500 , 000 


37,361 


36,947 


25. 1 


11.2 


63.4 


0.3 


Caroline 


8,040,927 


3,619,874 


1,252,705 


3 , 125 , 565 


42, 783 




45.0 


15.6 


39.4 




Carroll 


29,085,344 


-Li-, J 7 3 , JO D 


-) 9ti ion 


15, 174 , 171 


222,131 


34,056 


39. 2 


7 . 8 


52. 9 


0. 1 


Cecil 


20,560,283 


a S4n sn2 


1 QRl 890 

i. y y O -L f O £-\J 


9 763 808 


148,674 


25,479 


41. 7 


9. 7 


48. 5 


0. 1 


PVia T 1 

\j I la L _L C o 


32,307,058 






14,764,807 


615,715 


358,406 


37 . 8 


13.6 


47 . 5 


1.1 


Dor ches t er 


11,326,819 


3 737 679 




5,500,000 


102,354 


36,297 


33.0 


17 . 2 


49. 5 


0.3 


L L CUd> ^ ftV 


38 70? 656 


13,212,655 


3,529,855 


20 844 700 


178,815 


436,631 


34.6 


9.2 


55.0 


1,2 


Garrett 


9,658,563 


4 , 100 , DOo 






73 460 


81,916 


43 . 2 


19.3 


36 . 7 


0.8 


Harford 


53,410,009 


1 Q C. CO ICO 




27,480,681 


544,505 


132,150 


36 . 8 


10. 5 


52. 5 


. 2 
* a 










3 J , D /b , / i J 


9 ACQ £ C "7 


19,312 


23.6 


5.3 


71 . 1 




Kent 


6 347 725 


2,039,620 


644,326 


3,386,833 


263,327 


13,619 


32.1 


10.2 


57.5 


0.2 


Montgomery 


265,931,634 


36,016,426 


14,054,569 


213,074,473 


2,776,957 


9,209 


13.5 


5.3 


81.2 


a 1 


Prince George's 


TiiC QIO 


77,218,062 


24,416,729 


159,186,410 


4,450,574 


AAO QA7 


29.1 


9.2 


61.5 


0.2 


Queen Anne's 


8,277,844 


2,859,860 


835,899 


4,512,139 


69,238 


708 


34.6 


10.1 


55.3 


a 


St. Mary's 


22,025,982 


8,470,470 


3,868,869 


9,528,129 


132,518 


25,996 


38.4 


17.6 


43.9 


0.1 


Somerset 


7,184,884 


2,8U,303 


1,814,916 


2,485,846 


2,940 


66,879 


39.2 


25.3 


34.6 


0.9 

i 


Talbot 


8,304,784 


1,431,847 


900,933 


5,829,139 


]40,738 


2,127 


17.2 


10.9 


71.9 


a 


Washington 


37,722,382 


12,627,547 


5,642,190 


19,119,675 


216,701 


116,269 


33.5 


15.0 


51.2 


0.3 


Wicomico 


20,456,323 


7,828,636 


2,053,321 


10,167,369 


394,011 


12,986 


38.3 


10.0 


51.6 


0.1 


Worcester 


11,465,664 


1,546,883 


1,244,293 


8,579,284 


72,580 


22,624 


13.5 


10.9 


75.5 


0.1 



*Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal and State revenue for food service. 
/Includes the following: tuition, transfers from other school units and all other sources. 
^Includes sale of property, insurance recovery and other miscellaneous sources. 
Less than 0.1 percent. 



I 



TABLE 



Revenue from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 




Revenue 


XT 

Non- 
revenue * 




Percent from 


Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


O OA 1*;0 9Q1 




$147,517 




$11,967,646 


$1,150,717 


6c Q7t 77/. 


79 


7 


0.1 




13 


9 


6.3 


Al legany 


9 A AH 7 /. 1 


7 A£n 7/. T 
Z ,DOU , J 


- 




- 


- 




100 





- 










Anne Arundel 


i , J\)j , loj 




- 




1,122,160 


162,769 


18, 254 






- 




86 


1 


13.9 


Baltimore City 


17,854,619 


13,448,476 






- 


- 


4,406,143 


75 


3 










24.7 


Baltimore 


3,581,220 


3,333,720 


- 




247,500 




- 


93 


1 


- 




6 


9 


- 


t^a ±vcr t 


1 /, o A n <; 

itlO , DU J 


9 /, 7 Q Q 


- 




94 , 128 


14 801 


14 , 883 


16 


7 


- 




73 


3 


10.0 


Caroline 


930, 47o 


QIC O fl 


- 




103,000 


- 


2.237 


88 


7 


- 




11 


1 


n 7 


Carroll 




mo TOO 
J , Uzy , Zo9 


- 




100,238 


1,981 




96 


7 


- 




3 


.3 




Cecil 


1,368,834 


649,481 






700,000 


19,353 




47 


5 






52.5 


- 


Charles 


5.462,930 


5,069,990 


- 




349,519 


- 


43,421 


92 


8 


- 




6 


4 


0.8 


Dorches ter 


1 07(3 ceo 


1 Tec 7 Q C 


- 




23 , 377 






98 


3 


- 




1 


7 


- 


Frederick 


9 , Z JZ , 100 


7 , 960, 609 


- 




1,271,491 


- 




86 


2 


- 




13 


8 




Garret t 


765,494 


/ j9,d02 






- 


25,847 


45 


96 


6 






3 


4 




Harford 


5,796,007 


4,736,027 






1.059,980 






81 


7 






18 


3 


- 


Howard 


6,667,630 


1.541,960 






4,222.275 


903,395 




23 


1 






76 


9 


- 


Kent 


29 , 168 










1,168 


7 Q ft Aft 










4 





96.0 


Montgomery 


"7 TOO At 


C 7 C 7 f\£. 7 






1,975,000 






73 









27 







Prince George's 


10,448,867 


9,570,250 










878,617 


91 


6 










8.4 


Queen Anne's 


2,492,160 


2,184.942 






304 , 500 


2,718 




87 


7 






12 


3 




St. Mary's 


1,903,659 


1.896.297 








7,362 




99 


6 









4 




Somerset 


595,901 


559,602 






36,109 




190 


93 


9 






6 


1 


/ 


Talbot 


1,562,568 


1,558,415 








1,273 


2,880 


99 


7 









1 


0.2 


Washington 


4.839,901 


4,546,336 


147,517 




146,048 






93 


9 


3.1 




3 







Wicomico 


2,108.627 


1,578,627 










530,000 


74 


9 










25.1 


Worcester 


2,769,366 


2,545.441 






212,321 


10,050 


1,554 


91 


9 






8. 


1 





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



TABLE 




Revenue from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 
Revenue 


Revenue 


Non- 
revenue 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 




tqT n"iR ftftii 


t /, o 7Qn Q/, 9 
9U , / 7U , OH/. 




$48,130,298 


$ 137 , 5.''4 




A7 A 




'^9 A 




All 


t JO ) o oo 


303,936 


- 








69.3 


_ 


30.7 


_ 






1,148.849 


- 


^ fl7 A A 1 A 
J ^ O 1 H yH LH 


L , JOKJ 




16.3 


- 


83.7 


- 


Baltimore City 


24,845,473 


LA- f ^ / O y JJ / 








- 






34 • 




Baltimore 


13,512,140 


ft ftQc; RAA 
O, 044 




A tit OQt 




- 


A =i ft 
03.0 




"^A 9 




d X V c L L 


iT7 AOS 


9Q ft7 




407,533 


_ 




ft 




0*5 9 






319 690 


253,275 


_ 


A 1 ^ 
DO , 1 J 






79.2 


_ 


20.8 


_ 


L L \J i. A. 


1 337 799 


316,122 


- 


1 (191 A 7 7 






23.6 


- 


76.4 


- 


Cecil 


745,167 


-5 7l » U JO 




•^t^A 111 




- 


3Z . 3 




A 7 ^ 
4 / . 3 




Charles 


1,670,221 






01 A '^'^1 




- 


At; 1 
4 3.1 




c;a q 
34 . y 






212 830 








_ 




lUU . u 








Frederick. 


1 673 723 


1,106,616 


_ 


^A 7 1 n7 






66.1 


_ 


33.9 


_ 1 


Garre 1 1 


26 125 


26,125 


- 








100.0 


- 




- 


Harford 


3,182,856 


i , JOO y/J7 




1 7 OA no 7 




_ 






CA A 
3D . 4 




Howard 


2,273,305 


DUU , -5 jy 




1,672,966 


- 


- 


Ot /. 




71 A 
/ J . D 




Kent 








349,581 














Mnn f" ooTTip fv 


12 892 757 


5,411,218 




7,456,825 


24,714 




42.0 




58.0 




Prince George's 


16,157,290 


9,100,368 




7,056,922 




- 


56.3 




43.7 




Queen Anne's 


318.965 


276,000 




42,965 






86.5 




13.5 




St. Mary's 


474,057 


248,705 




225,352 






52.5 




47.5 




Somerset 


216,549 


94,587 




121,962 






43.7 




56.3 




Talbot 


480,881 


389,198 




91,683 






80.9 




19.1 




Washington 


1,945,714 


956,530 




989,184 






49.2 




50.8 




Wicomico 


958,950 


574,310 




273,416 


111,224 




59.9 




40.1 




Worcester 


563,646 


34,053 




529,593 






6.0 




94.0 





Revenue from the State of Maryland for Public School Purposes: 1978-79 



TABLE 

98 



Local Unit 



Total 
State 
Funds 



Current Expenses 



State Share 
of Current 
Expense 



Handicapped 
Children 



Quality 
Improvement 
Project 



Add It 
Continuing 
Education 



Industrial 
Training 



Apprentice- 
ship 
Program 



Vocational 
Centers 



Transpor- 
tation 



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 



$716,581,140 

14,878,292 
53,893.081 
163,339,062 
81,336,989 
5,100,552 

5,355,953 
17,305,715 
11,364,228 
20,748,316 

6,213,641 

25,719,017 
5,666, 563 
30,709,600 
18,318,943 
2,530,825 

69,440,038 
119,6.'.6,071 

6,005,946 
12,472,112 

4,000,609 

4,098,603 
21,377,477 
11,938,780 

5,120,727 



$305,185,736 

7,094,259 
28,628,171 
73,903,131 
32,728,590 

2,301,100 

2,483,521 
8,079,715 
6,197.615 
8,038,947 
2,454.909 

9,180,843 
2,649,332 
14.736,125 
7,321,176 
1,174,284 

19,835,548 
53,314,859 
1,704,867 
5,727,115 
1.969.190 

700.997 
9.332.923 
5,236,359 

392,160 



$63,202,255 

780,159 
4,539,142 
18,565,539 
6,418.041 

316,784 

270.057 
1,058.971 

789.829 
1.244,018 

346,837 

1,073,862 
335,834 
1,815,387 
1,936,567 
314,716 

8,243,760 
11,485,149 
259,666 
955,234 
192,266 

247,550 
1,103,197 
713,518 
196,172 



$23,496 



15,000 



4,385 



4.111 



$254,915 



40.514 
34.117 
5,000 

5,830 
17,094 
3,960 

1,414 
6,740 

12,899 



15,782 

60,000 
15,000 

6,600 
17,471 

4.500 



5,887 

2,107 



$53,209 



20,782 



$6,005 



$1,661,040 



1,610,821 



32,427 



2,330 



50,219 



3,675 



564,561,682 

1,507.650 
6,586.316 
7,144.568 
6,961.016 
1.005,292 

736.825 
2,118,696 
1,302,603 
2,606,051 

806,917 

2,332,370 
1,034,071 
2,751,671 
2,283,868 
502,412 

6,640,237 
10,734.915 
780,986 
1,566,018 
561,795 

459,083 
1,870,343 
1.460,560 

807,419 



(continued) 



TABLE 




Revenue from the State of Maryland for Public Schools Purposes: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Current Expenses (Continued) 


School 
Construction 


Debt 
Service 


Driver 
Educa tion 


Food 
Service 


School 
Community 
Centers 


Other* 


Paid Direct 


Teachers' Retire- 
ment System 


Teachers ' 
Social Security 


Total State 


$3,431,A38 


$4,191,227 


$586,290 


$16,764,309 


$87,045,642 


$50,654,868 


$75,168,186 


$43,790,842 


Allegany 


80,860 


68 817 


18 472 


86 619 


1,410,697 


866,080 


2,660,743 


303,936 


Anne Arundel 


244,155 


118',878 




301,931 


7,660,259 


4,629,598 




1,148,849 


Baltimore City 


429,802 


l,84i,960 


140,399 


14,336,582 


14,163,533 


8,046,001 


13,448,476 


11,278,557 


Baltimore 


485,507 


190,856 


- 


(50,965) 


13,159,061 


7,570,381 


3,333,720 


8,895,844 


Calvert 


38,584 


47,079 


- 


65,765 


7QQ Q^A 


HDD , jZk 


24,793 


29,875 


Caroline 


23 , 140 


35, 241 




65 260 


410,255 


247,310 


825,239 


253,275 


Carroll 


93,990 


23,600 


- 


1.500 


1,579,800 


986,938 


3,029,289 


316,122 


Cecil 


42,705 


81,765 


19,361 


70,237 


1,102,114 


681,075 


649,481 


391,056 


Charles 


87,360 


104,688 


- 


166,204 


1,665,178 


1,006,391 


5,069,990 


753,690 


Dorchester 


20,800 


56,239 


20,000 


22,907 


c Q 9 /.A 7 




1,355,285 


212,830 


Frederick 


108 iQ8 
i. u o , H yo 


81 601 


25,388 


397, 194 


2,146,993 


1,292,144 


7,960,609 


1,106,616 


Garrett 


41,804 


62,189 


15,000 


30,458 


472,350 


259,798 


739,602 


26,125 


Harford 


150,410 


142,220 


35,401 


26,939 


3,050,982 


1,875,680 


4,736,026 


1,388,759 


Howard 


72,540 


45,780 


- 


172,540 


2 ,679 ,054 


1 6fiS 1 1 Q 


1,541,960 


600,339 


Kent 


14,247 


18,179 


- 


- 


307,292 


183,913 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


504,293 


258,192 


51,161 


423,235 


14,580,474 


8,078,857 


5,353,063 


5,411,218 


Prince George's 


670,020 


644,112 


192,952 


110,836 


15,046,333 


8,711,058 


9,570,250 


9,100,368 


Queen Anne's 


24,492 


18,780 




64,469 


425,073 


260,071 


2,184,942 


276,000 


St. Mary's 


74,360 


111,878 




18,^94 


1,185,130 


671,510 


1,896,297 


248,705 


Somerset 


16,000 


50,919 


19,633 




344,107 


138,010 


559,602 


94,587 


Talbot 


19,759 


4,026 


432 




442,456 


276,687 


1,558,415 


389,198 


Washington 


118,170 


119,469 




83,445 


2,020,065 


1,226,999 


4,546,336 


956,530 


Wicomico 


49,350 


5,776 


19,561 


329,839 


1,205,930 


751,277 


1,578,627 


574,310 


Worcester 


20,592 


58,983 


28,530 


40,920 


606,083 


388,267 


2,545,441 


34,053 



*Detailed description on following page. 



TABLE 



Detailed explanation of "Other State Revenue" as summarized on the preceding table. 




Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Local Unit 


Purpose 


Funds 


Allegany 


Adult Learning 


$ 2,006 


Charles 


Mental Retardation Administration 


$ 72,915 




Alternative Program 


1,341 


(continued) 


Motorcycle Safety 


8,049 




Gifted and Talented 


2,450 




Project Basic 


1,479 




Tuition Bylaw & Workshops 


60,943 




Project STAR 


42,477 




Vocational Technical Education 


15,000 




Standards for Successful Reading 


1,435 




Miscellaneous 


4,879 




Vocational Education 


10,909 


Anne Arundel 


Unspecif ied 


301,931 


Dorchester 


Assessment 


3,172 










Career Education 


6,000 


Baltimore City 


Density Aid 


13,982,460 




Gifted and Talented 


11,444 




Vocational Education 


31,141 




Workshops 


2, 291 




Unspecified 


322,981 














Frederick 


Gifted and Talented 


258, 239 


Baltimore 


Miscellaneous 


(50,965) 




Project Basic 


33 , 643 










School Bus Scheduling 


36 , 282 


Calvert 


Unspecified 


65,765 




Skyline Special Education 


44 ,074 










Miscellaneous 


14 , 956 


Caroline 


Unspecified 


65,260 














Garrett 


Grants /Incentives 


30,458 


Carroll 


Unspecified 


1,500 














Harford 


Gifted and Talented/Youth Conservations Corps 


26,939 


Cecil 


Full Day Kindergarten 


12,949 










Gifted and Talented Workshop 


1,175 


Howard 


Carryover 


172 , 540 




State Reading 


2,100 










Vocational Education 


53,713 


Montgomery 


Unspecified 


423,235 




Miscellaneous 


300 














Prince George's 


Bowie State College 


9,320 


Charles 


Adult Basic Education 


12,500 




Project STAR 


99,072 




Career Education 


3,297 




Standards for Successful Reading 


1,587 




Disruptive Youth 


4,413 




Miscellaneous 


857 




Drug/Alcohol Abuse 


486 










Gifted and Talented 


4,614 


Queen Anne's 


Unspecified 


64,469 




Implementation Workshop 


3,150 










In-Home Care 


480 









(continued) 



TABLE 

98 



Detailed explanation of "Other State Revenue" as summarized on the preceding table. 



Local Unit Purpose Funds 



St. Mary's 


Adult Basic Education 


$ 11,000 




Gifted and Talented 


659 




Project Basic 


300 




Right to Read 


600 




SAFA 


5,835 


Washington 


Mental Retardation Association 


50,758 




Non-food Assistance 


10,607 




Nonpublic Placement 


22,080 


Wicomico 


Current Expense Adjustment 


329,839 


Worcester 


Current Expense Adjustment 


40,920 



Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

99 



Total 
Federal 
Funds 


P.L. 874 


Vocational 
Education 
Act 


Nutrition 
Education . 


Child 
Nutrition 
Act 


Adult 
Basic 
Education 
Act 


Compre- 
hensive 
Employment & 
Training Act 


Handi- 
capped 
Children 
Act 


Emergency 
School 
Assistance 
Act 


Assistance 
To Impacted 
Areas 


T R oTi f" 

Lj W W [VCilU 

Housing 


$145,375,675 


^OQ 7n/i &AQ 




$6,954,749 


$74,957 


$34,849,558 


$1,137,813 


$7,428,578 


$7,195,419 


$3,277,882 


3, 526,736 


59,103 


_ 


601,459 




1,002,642 


37,000 




546,915 




14 , 327 , 365 


6,124,581 




393, 542 


8,100 


2,245,443 


93,724 




1,075,312 


556,437 


34, '942, 209 


107 194 


Ai Q 


1,012,316 




11,325,445 


251,828 


228,989 


909,416 


82,125 


9,757,618 


OD J J / 




284,641 


13,042 


2,142,704 


126,158 


3,219,365 






1,689,028 






134 468 




^359, 220 


17,574 


195,354 


111,055 




1,252,705 


- 


_ 


155,168 


_ 


276,902 


18,980 


100,048 


_ 


_ 


2,261,420 


301,616 


- 


205,741 


_ 


500,457 


23,993 




194,851 


_ 


1,981,820 


ZHO , OUh 




163,445 


- 


548,314 


19,000 


129,857 


213,412 


- 


4,415,063 






214,502 




888,327 


12,700 


184,004 


45,660 




1,950,489 




9fi lift 
AD , J J. 


136,419 


z 


409,203 


13,826 




206,933 


191,106 


3, 529, 855 


728,114 


_ 


225,745 


11,396 


864,547 


57,114 


_ 


_ 


195,515 


1,867,797 




- 


173,937 




438,575 




170,599 


_ 


_ 


5,594,521 


^, JUU,U01 




167,713 


- 


1,245,406 


- 




295,496 


- 


2,655,486 


7-31: 1 /. A 




210,038 




574,603 










644, 326 






101,852 




141,434 


37,940 


41,450 


_ 


_ 


14 ns4 569 


4,424,973 




779,905 


33,711 


2,879,138 


98,168 


566,117 


851,830 


494,450 


24,415,729 


8,853,050 




898,927 




5,654,644 


174,427 


1,177,836 


1,739,438 


1,397,355 


835,899 






112,149 




230,534 


1 5 , 9 50 


Jo , J / 


ii'^ 9 1 Q 

_> , X 7 




3,868,869 


1,307,651 


22,311 


249,945 


775 


814,932 


11,000 


75,333 


231,036 




1,814,916 




9,595 


191,086 




316,917 


9,899 


35,049 


14,989 


250,894 


900,933 






154,173 




153,376 


11,210 


55,272 






5,789,707 


695,953 


57,902 


160,889 


7,933 


982,926 


47,958 


1,003,630 


632,455 




2,053,321 


9,433 




157,158 




449,430 


47,947 


133,885 


65,605 




1,244,293 


24,387 




69,531 




404,339 


11,307 


71,315 


16,777 





Local Unit 



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 



^Includes $2,546 non-food assistance transferred from Current Expense Fund. 



(continued) 



TABLE 

99 



Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 




Elementary- Secondary 


Education 


Ac t 




Multi Service 
Cen ters* 


Heads tart 


Indian 
Education/ 
Assistance 
Act 


Ti tie 
I 


Title 
II 


Title 
IV 


Title 
V 


1 1 1 ie 
VI 


i 1 1 ie 
VII 


iotax otaLe 


SAT 619 770 


$(1,531) 


$5,470,058 




$292 




$33, 168 


Si 68 734 


$1 345 223 


C7Q fiqn 


Al legany 


Q 1 /, Q 1 Q 




107 , 709 




- 












Anne Arundel 


z , 1 io , D Z J 




519,285 




_ 






4.759 






Baltimore City 


18.701,531 


_ 


1.350,456 




- 




_ 




_ 


_ 


Baltimore 


2,685.850 


(1,478). 


360,312 






7.410 


- 


9,896 


- 


- 


Calvert 




_ 


145,169 




_ 


3 , 520 










Caroline 


D Ji , Jib 




2 1 , 101 




- 


/, O CQ C 
4 J , DO J 










Carroll 




_ 


164,351 




- 








Q/. C 




Cecil 


614,033 


- 


46,955 




- 




_ 


_ 




_ 


Charles 


715,682 


- 


103,384 






^293.204 




33,656 


- 


237 


DocoliQS ter 


777 148 


- 


114,506 




_ 




33 168 








Frederick 


77'^ An? 








292 


z JO f jyy 










Ga r r e 1 1 


571 033 




24,192 




- 


ARA IftS 










Harford 


986,133 


- 


125,302 








- 


- 


_ 


- 


Howard 


319,052 


- 


234.310 






319,932 


- 




- 


- 


Kent 


274 ,036 


- 


11.359 










20,000 






Mon t g ome r y 


2,173,127 




488,017 






160,915 






632,521 


30, 283 


Prince George's 


3,394,062 




403,722 








- 


- 


534.421 


48,170 


Queen Anne ' s 


345,639 




16.559 






6,034 




25,340 






St. Mary's 


791,946 




227,804 
















Somerset 


741.546 




207,416 










24,889 






Talbot 


383,352 




17,405 






64,064 




21,722 






Washington 


1,206,172 




174,287 










28,472 


177.436 




Wicomico 


930,439 




256,224 
















Worcester 


563,648 










75,016 











*Multi-Funded. 

^Education of the Handicapped Act is included. 



TABLE 



Revenue from the Federal Government for Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 




Local Unit 


Indochinese/ 
Refugee 
Program 


Gifted 
and 
Talented 


Early Identi- 
fication and 
Intervention 


Right 

to 
Read 


Alternative 
Program 


Youth 
Conservation 
Corps 


Youth Education 
and 

Training Program 


Youth 
Work 
Experience/ 


Miscella- 
neous?' 


Total State 


$363,657 


$101,479 


$1,630 


$35,078 


$166,183 


$164,855 


$238,838 


$1,730,121 


$1,669,309 


Allegany 


_ 


4.300 






34,525 


_ 


_ 


77,237 


141.027 


Anne Arundel 


2.094 


64,464 


- 


- 




87,887 


- 


817.133 


1 1 , 880 


Baltimore City 




— 










— 


- 


353 , S23 


Baltimore 


1.415 






34.247 










10.709 


Calvert 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 






_ 


167.141 


Caroline 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5.385 


Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


103,702 


264,332 


42.660 


Cecil 




















Charles 


z 


I 




I 


I 


I 


I 


_ 


60.269 


Dorchester 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


41,862 


Frederick 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


64,751 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,176 


Harford 










91,658 






322.732 




Howard 


8.482 














232.589 


21,336 


Kent 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


16.098 


157 


Montgomery 


294,186 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,217 


- 


- 


135,011 


Prince George's 


52, 303 


17,854 


1.630 












C Q O OA 

DO , oyo 


Queen Anne's 




















St. Mary's 














135,136 






Somerset 


















2,636 


Talbot 


















39.359 


Washington 


5.177 


10,592 






40,000 








557,915 


Wicomico 




3.200 
















Worcester 




1,069 




831 










6,073 



•/Program identification is Neighborhood Youth Corps in Allegany County. 
^Detailed description on following page. 



(continued) 



TABLE 




Detailed explanation of "Other Federal Revenue" as sunnnarlzed on the preceding table. 



Local Unit 




Funds 


T nr A 1 Wni t 


Purpose 


Funds 


All 

Allegany 




$ 31,950 


Kent 


Miscellaneous 


$ 157 




Hi <Lx- lie 1. X 


5,413 












101,131 


Mon tgoinery 


Governors Connnission on Law Enforcement 


100,974 






2,533 




National Institute? on Alcohol Abuse 


20,718 










Na t i onal Sc ience Four* da t ion 


13,319 


Anne ArunaeX 


Ksuuccion or ocnooi. Dxsirupcxon 


11 880 






1 








Prince George's 


ROTC 


67,102 


DaXtimore City 




303 759 




Misc ellaneous 


1, 788 




Hi.gli6ir £duc3.ti.on Ac t. 


50 064 














Somerset 


Career Development 


2,636 


Baltimore 


Bilingual Education 


51,541 










car xy uni xunouu 




Ta Ibot 


Ul-L O^CX XClilCUvlO 






Marine Corps 


6.193 










Police/Student Relations 


11,291 


Washington 


Area Regional Commission 


289,952 




Cl±. c X J. dl 1 c U U s 


8 029 




Driver Education 


89, 700 










Equipment for the Handicapped 


22,741 


Calvert 


P.L. 89-313 


188 




Metric Education 


4,047 




Work Incentive 


6,022 




Outdoor Recreation Center 


147,517 




Non-identified Direct Revenue 


160,931 




Preventive Health 


3,958 








Worces ter 


Vop t" "f r*n 1 f^ii 1 H J* n r" ^ ft 1 i la t" i on 
V L. X v.'tict X UUXUC11.IV.C a u va.x i. xi^ii 


5,873 


Caroline 


Special Education Service 


5,385 




Project Basic 


200 


Carroll 


Economics Education 


3,373 










Managing Disruptive Behavior 


14,107 






1 




rlcll LdX tvcLctLQdLJ-Ull 


25 180 








Charles 


Teacher Corps Training Program 


60,269 








Dorchester 


Aides 


12,727 










Adult Continuing Education 


29,135 








Garrett 


Right Start 


3,176 








Howard 


Guidance 


6,140 










Guilford Pilot Program 


11,308 






1 




Miscellaneous 


3,888 









TABLE 



Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 













Outgoing 


Transfers 




Current Expenses 








Interest 
for Debt 
Service 




Food 
Service 
Programs/ 




For Regular Pupils 








Local Unit 


Total 
Disbursements 


Capital 
Outlay* 


For Handi- 
capped 
ChildrenT* 


To Other 
Maryland 
LEA's?^ 


To 
Others 


Total 
Current 
Expenses 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


3tal State 


$1,863,596,668 


$29,501,644 


$106,650,681 


$86,496,996 


$8,916,934 


$212,448 


$755,482 


$1,631,062,483 


$1,040,199,538 


$11,198,011 


Allegany 
Anne Armdel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


32,428,911 
148,785,944 

253,350,047 
16,889,027 


86,222 
2,610.831 

y , Z , O JO 

3,635,962 
175,820 


3.081.341 
2,957,398 
IS Q 7 7 7 Sft 

i0.7<i / 9 JO 

3,805,557 
400,800 


2,405,461 
5,930,921 
17 1 90 153 
9,860,604 

812,157 


36,307 
591,203 
jfi-j 00"; 

1,098,977 


27,100 
73,642 


140,399 
596,793 


26,792,480 
136,695,591 
269,744,471 
234,352,154 

15,426,608 


17,125,778 
91,119,795 
171,959,472 
152,295,816 
9,658,442 


127,183 
1,064,893 
2 110 575 
l', 244 [134 

116,031 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


9,923,414 
36,267,454 

1/ Tin Tm 
24 , 21U , 30 / 

40,969,499 

13,795,471 


95,128 
399,493 

loo , iOJ 

501,401 
57,074 


1,135,307 
3,370,555 
1 , 4uy , joh 
5,933.657 
1,456.335 


605,168 
1.625.455 

J. , Z jU , i Z J 

2.239.914 
773.387 


41,147 
42,972 

112,054 


1,151 
13,292 


- 


8,046.664 
30,827,828 
21,326,153 
32,169,181 
11,508,675 


4,965,657 
19,705,948 
13,154,657 
19,831,553 

7,156,170 


36,052 
157,460 
164 003 
I85U4O 

47,289 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


52,809,959 
11,611,781 
6 / ,098 ,037 
62,151,355 
7,130,183 


1,125 

QQC 7 1 A 

789,351 
93,996 


10,176.303 
995,228 

c QQQ CI 7 

7,207,156 
67,084 


2.633,167 
956.080 

O 1 17 7 

2.257.651 
340.860 


145,273 
138,000 

33,789 
33,782 


52,044 


8.112 


39,795,060 
9,521,348 
56,715,261 
51,363,408 
6,594,461 


25,853,537 
5,698,096 
36,697,124 
32,238,619 
3,795,922 


195.569 
53.253 
338.134 
148,047 
13,899 


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


306,910,126 
"518 196 064 
11,123.483 
26,595,953 
8,410,455 


4.271.867 
5. 140.507 
62.494 

63,927 
30,965 


11,708,441 
11,504,317 
2,357,945 
2,562.415 
619.012 


10,049,552 
16,517,449 
484,674 
1,743,015 
554,127 


4,232,116 
1,060.880 
14.265 
39.260 


6,642 
35,719 


10.178 


276,631,330 
283,972,911 
8,204,105 
22,187,336 
7,170,632 


176,295,323 
177,284,669 
5,058,629 
13,505,006 
4,440,621 


2,609,424 
1,764,511 

26,230 
242.269 

46,359 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


10,797,611 
46,680,024 
25,911,729 
15.548,702 


113.271 
487.378 
341.647 
151.428 


1,682,875 
4,300,244 
2,249,316 
2,844,258 


392,293 
2,656,738 
1,353,594 

698,276 


37.959 
39,286 
69,819 


2.858 




8,571,213 
39,196,378 
21,897,353 
11,851,882 


5,527,548 
24,782,726 
14,182,771 

7,865,659 


49,018 
325.202 
104,156 

28.880 



'Includes expenditures for food service equipment. 

:A11 expenditures from food service operations which are financed by food sales and federal & State reimbursements to cover deficits in food service operations. 
^Transfers to other Maryland LEA's are duplicated with expenditures reported by category in recieving LEA. 

(continued) 



TABLE 

100 



Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



I 



Current Expenses (continued) 



Local Unit 


Health 


Operation 


Maintenance 


Pupil Trans- 


Adminis- 


Fixed Charges 




Student 


Community 
Services 




Services 


of Plant 


of Plant 


portation 


tration 


Local 
Share 


State 
Share^ 


Food 
Services'' 


Body 
Activities 


Total State 


$3,279,382 


$162,322,478 


$57,509,987 


$73,804,168 


$39,119,977 


$88,880,216 


$137,700,510 


$1,571,733 


$4,395,229 


$11,081,254 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


1 U » /. 7 / 

223,278 
884,511 
21,814 


12,906,941 . 
28,529,511 
25,219,628 
1.376,553 


QQA (iQQ 

ocSU , oOO 

3,566,734 
9,616,106 
8,513.603 
434.029 


1 , hC5 / , JLH 

7,350,863 
7,475,496 
7.595,414 
1,111,605 


ccQ c.c.r\ 

3,028,257 
9,089,352 
4,055,051 
350,933 


1,504,513 
4,603.525 
16,326,824 
10,179,452 
855,731 


2,276,777 
12.289,857 
22,209,534 
20,729,442 

1 , 266 . 280 


9Q HQ! 

45,000 
226,288 
38,428 


1,055,975 
10,000 
91.233 


764,726 
1,103,348 
3,398,815 

105,529 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


15, 136 
101,577 
45,979 
8,986 
22,246 


778,660 
2,827,470 
2,119,024 
2,905,525 
1,135,510 


241 , ooO 
948,015 
1,048,232 
903.272 
414,321 


oyi , JD3 

2,229,602 
1,290,088 
2,436,242 
831,502 


191 ,378 
627,268 
459.148 
932,676 
280,905 


348,451 
1,329.690 

934.747 
1.414,282 

634,724 


657,565 
2,566,738 
1,783,189 
2,671,569 

907,84 7 


15,721 
144,760 
19,938 


ID , u^ty 
168,341 
127,030 
122,545 

54,335 


o 1 ,Uoz 
165,719 
184,335 
612,331 
3, 8881 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


25 , 760 
20.216 
325,466 
121,517 
5.020 


O Q O £ o n£ 
J,oZD,J9b 

826,789 
5,415.452 
5,295.841 

621,556 


1 , 05 / , boo 
261,085 
1,921,141 
1.465.635 
664.217 


961,071 
2,833,823 
2,848,081 

511.142 


862 , 146 
215,437 
1,102,365 
1,290,117 
142,397 


1,910,257 
581,840 
2,381,469 
2,619,458 
227,217 


3,439,137 
732,148 
4,926,662 
4 , 344 ,173 
491,205 


/ z , you 
3,625 


15,808 
422,394 
588,449 

55,026 


± L»u 9 y ju 
151,980 
351,231 
903,471 
66,860' 


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


29,113 
1,103,131 
14,214 
30,932 
16,610 


24,481,354 
30,003,759 
639,600 
2,098,497 
722,012 


9,113,635 

12.303.775 
308,465 
993,194 
267,049 


9.832,652 
13,984,054 
821,355 
1.633.860 
580.821 


7,714,290 
5,697,071 
189,147 
545,393 
161,059 


22,098,446 
15,921,643 
408,525 
860,279 
308,982 


22,659,331 
23,757,391 

685,144 
1,856,640 

532,117 


699,318 

3,518 
126,822 
13,041 


1,267,690 
15,456 
129,540 
11,536 


1,098,444 
885,217 
33,822' 
164,904 
70,42f: 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


15,791 
31,025 
160,474 
46,294 


777,814 
4,174,182 
1,878,689 
1.033,225 


326,692 
1,202,429 
707,462 
350,640 


454,666 
2,039,813 
1.481.542 

876,964 


197,473 
796,017 
462,723 
170,714 


382,036 
1,855,953 
848,441 
343,731 


719,143 
3,247,064 
1.957.207 

994,350 


3,887 
12,247 
50,762 
48,118 


29,776 
144,990 

63,019 


87,36?! 
584, 73C 
63,126 
30,28J 



^Teachers' Retirement and Social Security paid direct by State. 

t>Excludes ^ederal and State food service aid. 



TABLE 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Total Instruction 



Local Unit 


Total 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 

Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total Supplies 
and Materials 


Textbooks 


Library 
Books 


Other 


Total State 


31,040,199,538 


$975,195,884 


$7,120,749 


$50,592,672 


$12,456,112 


$5,706,638 


$32,429,922 


$7,290,233 


Allegany 


17,125,778 


15,714,152 


169,856 


1,138,330 


128,382 


68.469 


941,479 


103.440 


Anne Arundel 


91,119,795 


84,970.409 


657.755 


5,050,785 


1.536,270 


782.318 


2,732,197 


440,846 


Baltimore City 


171,959,472 


159,069.330 


1.531,314 


9,758,395 


2,694,360 


764.357 


6,299,678 


1.600.433 


Baltimore 


152.295,816 


145.827,285 


533,714 


5,119,181 


1,433,479 


314.215 


3,371,487 


815,636 


Calvert 


9,658,442 


8,795,358 


110,866 


667,294 


122,704 


113.132 


431,458 


84,924 


Caroline 


4,965,657 


4,620,502 


15,757 


266,752 


64,041 


33.938 


168,773 


62.646 


Carroll 


19,705,948 


17,934,941 


212,813 


1,315,614 


310,775 


241.964 


762,875 


242,580 


Cecil 


13.154,657 


12,274.783 


50,620 


718,865 


193,934 


101.296 


423,635 


110,389 


Charles 


19,831.553 


18,248.916 


268.793 


1,147,525 


273,915 


174.628 


698,982 


166.319 


Dorchester 


7,156,170 


6.516.577 


139,009 


417,028 


48,816 


79.793 


288,419 


83,556 


Frederick 


25,853.537 


23.963.174 


179,557 


1,319,747 


457,238 


180,091 


682,418 


391.059 


Garret t 


5,698,096 


5,147,306 


37,071 


426,350 


194,275 


67,543 


164,532 


87 , 369 


Harford 


36,697,124 


33,970,188 


122,792 


2,462,954 


786,267 


541,228 


1,135,459 


141,190 


Howard 


32,238.619 


29.799.818 


297,485 


1.759,541 


398,890 


236,934 


1,123,717 


381.775 


Kent 


3,795,922 


3,422,380 


50,809 


250.498 


29,651 


2,407 


218,440 


72,235 


Montgomery 


176,295,323 


167,087 ,178 


1,120,700 


7,088,985 


1,201,656 


511,081 


5,376,248 


998,460 


Prince George's 


177,284,669 


167,875.787 


1,137.686 


7,635,123 


1,721,693 


1,076,014 


4,837,416 


636,073 


Queen Anne's 


5,058,629 


4,663,990 


50,435 


253,934 


106,740 


19,798 


127,396 


90,270 


St. Mary's 


13,505,006 


12,399,622 


83,558 


890,173 


199,586 


159.556 


531,031 


131.653 


Somerset 


4,440,621 


4.069.753 


21,358 


280,577 


39,542 


13.129 


227,906 


68.933 


Talbot 


5,527,548 


4,896.178 


66,950 


449,442 


67,904 


54.055 


327.483 


114,978 


Washington 


24,782.726 


23,400,715 


75,730 


1,017,938 


275,728 


92.508 


649.702 


288.343 


Wicomico 


14.182.771 


13,298,140 


117.645 


681,435 


129,975 


49.220 


502.240 


85,551 


Worces ter 


7,865.659 


7,229.402 


68,476 


476.206 


40,291 


28.964 


406,951 


91,575 



(continued) 



TABLE 

101 



Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Prekindergarten - 12 



Local Unit 


Total 
Instruction 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contrac ted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total Supplies 
and Materials 




Library 
Books 


the r 


Total State 


$1,033,048,949 


$968,748,022 


$6,986,061 


$50,159,145 


$12,267,980 


$5,733,882 


$32,147,283 


$7,155,721 


Allegany 


17,050,581 


15,654,798 


169,778 


1,124,670 


128,382 


68,469 


927,819 


101,335 


Anne Arundel 




04 , D Z / , DDo 


J / , JDo 


5,027,007 


1,513,641 


782,318 


1,721,048 


/, Q Q 1 r\£. 


Baltimore City 


170,319,019 


157,515,488 


1,515,402 


9,700,390 


2,683,668 


764,357 


6,252,365 


1,587,739 


Baltimore 


151,671,642 


145,226,581 


533,714 


5,096,268 


1,433,479 


314,215 


3,348,574 


815,079 


Calvert 


9,601,385 


8,746.719 


110,866 


659,110 


122,704 


113,132 


423,274 


84,690 


Caroline 


4,937,195 


4,600,114 


13,757 


261,692 


64,041 


33,938 


163,713 


61,632 


Carroll 


1 7 , jyu ) U44 




91 7 Ann 

Z.LZ. y QUO 


1,302,498 


310,237 


241.964 


750,297 




Cecil 


13,123,995 


12,252,647 


47,366 


714,052 


190,266 


101,296 


422,490 


109,930 


Charles 


19,817,281 


18,237,207 


268,793 


1,144,962 


273,915 


174,628 


696,419 


166,319 


Dorchester 


7,086,672 


6,457,378 


138,859 


409,551 


48,508 


79,793 


281,250 


80.884 


Frederick 


25,510,495 


23,712,901 


178,505 


1,308,454 


454,345 


180,091 


674,018 


310.635 


barr e 1 1 


3 , (30 j , 090 


J , i J J , J 


J / , UjO 


423,921 


194,275 


67,543 


162,103 


Q7 IlLQ 


Harford 


36,697,124 


33,970,188 


122,792 


2,462,954 


786,267 


541,228 


1,135,459 


141,190 


Howard 


32,238,619 


29,799,818 


297,485 


1,759,541 


398,890 


236,934 


1,123,717 


381,775 


Kent 


3,715,508 


3,357,758 


49,830 


239 160 




29 651 


209 509 


68,760 


Montgomery 


173,558,494 


164,586,261 


1,020,399 


6,964,318 


1,150,180 


511,081 


5,303,057 


987,516 


Prince George's 


176,615,545 


167,312,528 


1,129,199 


7,545,995 


1,667,328 


1,076,014 


4,802,653 


627,823 


Queen Anne ' s 


5,034,702 


4,646,085 


48,435 


250,564 


103,545 


19.798 


127,221 


89,618 


St. Mary's 


13,439,449 


12,349,280 


83,558 


876,516 


191,084 


159,556 


525,876 


130,095 


Somerset 


4,419,171 


4,052,379 


21,358 


276,608 


39,542 


13,129 


223,937 


68,826 


Talbot 


5,516,772 


4,888,223 


66,950 


446,621 


67,689 


54,055 


324,877 


114,978 


Washington 


24,737,856 


23,362,829 


75,730 


1,012,576 


275,728 


92,508 


644,340 


286,721 


Wicomico 


14,078,363 


13,200,023 


117,645 


675,934 


129,975 


49,220 


496,739 


84,761 


Worcester 


7,853,992 


7,218,276 


68,408 


475,783 


40,291 


28,964 


406,528 


91,525 



TABLE 







Disbursements for Instruction: 
Adult 


Maryland Public 
Education 


Schools: 1978-79 




101 


Local Unit 


Total 
Instruction 


Salaries 

and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies and Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total Supplies 
and Materials 




Library 
Books 


Other 


total State 


$7,150,589 


$6,447,865 


$134,686 


$433,528 


$158,483 


- 


$275,045 


$134,510 


Allegany 


75.197 


59,354 


78 


13 , 660 








2,105 


Anne Arundel 


368,446 


342,741 


186 


23,779 


22,630 


_ 


1,149 


1,740 


Baltimore City 


1,640,453 


1,553,843 


15,912 


58,005 


10,692 


- 


47,313 


12,693 


Baltimore 


624,174 


600,704 




22,913 


- 


- 


22,913 


557 


Calvert 


57.057 


48,639 


_ 


8,184 


- 


- 


8.184 


234 


Caroline 


28,462 


20,388 


2,000 


D , UbU 






5 060 


1,014 


Carroll 


115,904 


97.418 


205 


13,116 


538 


_ 


12.578 


5,165 


Cecil 


30,662 


22.136 


3,254 


4,813 


3,668 


- 


1.145 


459 


Charles 


14,272 


11.709 




2,563 


- 


- 


2,563 




Dorchester 


69,498 


59,199 


150 


7,477 


308 


- 


7,169 


2,672 


Frederick 


343,042 


250,273 


1,052 


11 , 293 


2 . 894 






80,424 


Garrett 


14.400 


11.956 


15 


2,429 




_ 


2,429 


- 


Harford 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 




Howard 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Kent 


80.414 


64,622 


979 


11,338 


- 


- 


11,338 


3,475 


Montgomery 


2.736.829 


2.500,917 


100,301 


124,667 


51,476 




73,191 


10,944 


Prince George's 


669.124 


JO J 9 ZDl 


fl ASA 


89,128 


54,365 




34,763 


8,249 


Queen Anne's 


23,927 


17.905 


2,000 


3,370 


3,195 




175 


652 


St. Mary's 


65,557 


50,342 




13,657 


8,502 




5,155 


1,558 


Somerset 


21,450 


17,374 




3.969 






3,969 


107 


Talbot 


10.776 


7,955 




2,821 


215 




2,606 




Washington 


44,870 


37,886 




5,362 






5,362 


1,622 


Wicomico 


104.408 


98,117 




5,501 






5,501 


790 


Worcester 


11,667 


11,126 


68 


423 






423 


50 



TABLE 



Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 





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 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total State 


$11,198,011 


$10,707,080 


$167,457 


$111,149 


$212,325 


$3,279,382 


$2,793,584 


$343,448 


$117,205 


$25,145 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


127,183 
1,064,893 
2,110,575 
1,244,134 

116,031 


118,860 
1,018,613 
2,057,989 
1,225,063 

108,808 


521 
13,618 

2,000 


5,698 
3,030 
7,612 
5,364 
1 ,869 


2,625 
42,729 
31,356 
13,707 

3,354 


10,292 

223,278 
884,511 
21,814 


19,753 
861,618 
12,250 


5,697 

203,525 
10,590 
6,089 


4,595 

11,191 
2,099 


1,112 
1,376 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


36,052 
157,460 
164,003 
185,440 

47,289 


33,810 
127,856 
151,166 
149,827 

43,534 


102 
12,310 
3,204 
26,826 


1,573 
5,159 
618 
2,550 
1,226 


567 
12,135 
9,015 
6,237 
2,529 


15,136 
101,577 
45,979 
8,986 
22,246 


2,734 
71,433 
39,760 

19,882 


10,611 
18,292 
225 
5,000 
665 


1,558 
11,852 
3,551 
3,841 
1,271 


233 

2,443 
145 
428 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


195,569 
53,253 
338,134 
148,047 
13,899 


189,130 
47,749 
329,241 
134,704 
11,870 


1,351 
161 

930 


924 
2,982 
6,326 
5,993 

134 


4,164 
2,361 
2,567 
7,350 
965 


25,760 
20,216 
325,466 
121,517 
5,020 


21,352 
10,879 
301,758 
105,144 


4 

6,569 
1,555 
1,766 
3,455 


4,404 
995 
22,153 
9,897 
1,565 


1,773 
4,710 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Que^n Anne's 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


2,609,424 
1,764,511 

26,230 
242,269 

46,359 


2,563,035 
1,668,214 

21,706 
207,320 

42,607 


20,883 
56,056 

29,239 


16,785 
4,528 
2,765 
2,185 
585 


8,721 
35,713 
1,759 
3,525 
3,167 


29,113 
1,103,131 
14,214 
30,932 
16,610 


21,760 
1,067,038 
10,900 
12,316 
10,296 


5,120 
5,227 
1,862 
15,023 
2,320 


1,518 
26,198 
69 
2,914 
1,498 


715 
4,668 
1,383 

679 
2,496 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


49,018 
325,202 
104,156 

28,880 


44,321 
284,920 
99,508 
27,229 


72 
184 


1,307 
26,004 
4,351 
1,581 


3,318 
14,278 
113 
70 


15,791 
31,025 
160,474 
46,294 


13,783 

151,456 
39,472 


160 
31,025 
6,275 
2,393 


384 

2,275 
3.377 


1,464 

468 
1,052 



TABLE 



Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Maintenance of Plant: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 III ^\ " 







Operation Plant 








Maintenance 


of Plant 






Local Unit 


Total 
Operation 
of Plant 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total 
Maintenance 
of Plant 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Ec]u ipinsn t 
Rsp XsceiUGn t 


)tal State 


$162,322,478 


$85,505,236 


$10,102,099 


$6,866,890 


$59,848,253 


$57,509,987 


$26,037,073 


$15,654,213 


$8,845,166 


$622,661 


$6,350,874 


Allegany 


2, 728,490 


1,602,461 


38,434 


104,458 


983,137 


880,688 


297,280 


169.840 


248,934 


24,593 


140,041 


Anne Arundel 


12,906.941 


6 48i mi 


252.323 


229 704 


5,940,880 


3,566,734 


1,421.586 


1.185,505 


594,933 


48,564 


316,146 


Baltimore City 


28,529.511 


16,484.520 


8,495,650 


3.548,118 


1,223 


9,616,106 


3,552,038 


4,074,145 


1,135,604 


853 


853,466 


Baltimore 


25, 219,628 


14.447,530 


258,574 


444,734 


10,068, 790 


8,513,603 


3.420.447 


3.183.017 


1, 298, 140 


18 411 


593 , 588 


Calvert 


1,376,553 


665,618 


10,294 


64,499 


636,142 


434,029 


287,063 


11,500 


105!389 


*478 


29^599 


Caroline 


7:'8,660 


332,794 


11,873 


28,840 


405,153 


241,880 


70,798 


68,992 


49,674 


74 


52,342 


Carroll 


2,827,470 




O/, Q 

Jo , J^O 


86 750 


1,500,353 


948,015 


358,297 


244,033 


179.736 


: 1,268 


154.681 


Cecil 


2,119,024 


912,036 


21,555 


60,119 


1,125,314 


1.048.232 


370.296 


255,601 


236,476 


1,683 


184.176 


Charles 


2,905, 525 


1,378,404 


38,757 


114,519 


1,373,845 


903.272 


508,563 


85,993 


155, 936 


3.664 


149. 116 


Dorchester 


l', 135*, 510 


370,448 


9,798 


42,187 


713,077 


414.321 


135,428 


145,765 


93', 176 


7,157 


32.795 


Frederick 


3.826,396 


1,689,290 


87,684 


138,299 


1,911,123 


1,057.688 


417,580 


173,950 


308,859 


2.499 


154,800 


Garrett 


826,789 


330, 542 


4,967 


24,051 


467,229 


261.085 


98.600 


45,983 


63,884 


6,968 


45,650 


Harford 


5,415,452 


2,184,995 


53,260 


301,403 


2.875,794 


1.921.141 


711,343 


401,865 


435,838 


994 


371,101 


Howard 


5,295,841 


2,196,494 


135,454 


137,459 


2,826.434 


1 .465,635 


721,540 


246,576 


203,992 


37,306 


256,221 


Kent 


621,556 


198.709 


7,624 


28,488 


386,735 


664,217 


93,603 


339,423 


129,968 


2,629 


98,594 


Montgomery 


24,481,354 


13,380.545 


14.341 


522,206 


10.564.262 


9,113,635 


6,489,622 


345,582 


974 ,004 


344 , 550 


959, 877 


Prince George's 


30,003,759 


16,592.618 


451,432 


573,341 


12.386,368 


12,303,775 


5,681.806 


3,478.967 


1,882,297 


3,132 


1,257.573 


Queen Anne's 


639,600 


220,711 




28,267 


390.622 


308.465 


113.241 


89,794 


33.555 


10,047 


61,828 


St. Mary's 


2,098,497 


1.125,444 


23,675 


91,441 


857,937 


993.194 


406.642 


219.148 


267,005 


4,107 


96,292 


Somerset 


722,012 


248,988 


10,024 


44,197 


418,803 


267,049 


76,541 


49.253 


74,960 


20,403 


45.892 


Talbot 


777,814 


292,739 


22.874 


22.913 


439,288 


326,692 


63,096 


198.063 


22,188 


955 


42.390 


Washington 


4,174,182 


2,046,050 


44,439 


128,970 


1,954,723 


1,202,429 


350,682 


352,700 


159,758 


13,007 


326,282 


Wicomico 


1,878,689 


786,500 


59.017 


65,577 


967,595 


707,462 


275,554 


169,032 


114,453 


59,293 


89,130 


Worcester 


1,033.225 


329,747 


13.702 


36,350 


653,426 


350,640 


115.427 


119,486 


76,407 


26 


39,294 



TABLE 

104 



Disbursements for Administration and Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



I 





Administration 


Pupil Transportation ) 


Local Unit 


Total 
Adminis- 
tration 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
trac ted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Total Pupil 
Transpor- 
tation 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Supp 1 ies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Vehicle 
Replace- 
ment 


Total State 


$39,119,977 


$31,184,736 


$5,215,694 


$1,721,132 


$998,415 


$73,804,168 


$25,698,430 


$35,138,919 


$6,711,949 


$1,955,523 


$4,299,347 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


558,660 
3,028,257 
9,089,352 
4,055,051 

350,933 


364,300 
2,302,917 
6,868,241 
3,530,171 

260,773 


70,752 
489,718 
1,765,294 
176,366 

50,329 


23.178 
162,727 
395.263 
287,905 

17,762 


100,430 
72,895 
60.554 
60.609 
22.069 


1,487,524 
7,350,863 
7,475,496 
7,595.414 
I .111,605 


152,000 
848,640 
1 ,525.074 
4.565.281 
75,571 


1.163.834 
5.797,632 
5,265,634 
1,055,931 
1,018,874 


31,170 
177,905 
227,853 
1,233,931 
954 


46,605 
398.137 
237.487 
174,078 

16.206 


93,915 
128,549 
219,448 
566,19: 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


191,378 
627,268 
459,148 
932,676 
280,905 


125,125 
490,382 
342,483 
675,887 
193,896 


32,680 
68,336 
85,673 
160,039 
55,384 


13,760 
28,745 
13,316 
49,098 
19,037 


19.813 
39,805 
17,676 
47.652 
12.588 


691 ,365 
2,229,602 
1,290,088 
2,436,242 

831.502 


55,868 
108,982 
112,489 
125.494 

80.508 


616,189 
2,069,446 
1,114,844 
2,229,434 

691.325 


9,343 
9.928 
26.161 
15,076 
20,500 


9.965 
25.276 
36.594 
66,238 
33.494 


15,97( 
5.67 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


862,146 
215,437 
1,102,365 
1,290,117 
142,397 


674,482 
166,953 
817,944 
969,230 
103,692 


84,701 
31,920 
204,361 
165,278 
15,714 


62,116 
5,216 
66,936 
109.193 
11,284 


40.847 
11,348 
13,124 
46,416 
11,707 


2.444,623 
961,071 
2,833,823 
2,848,081 
511,142 


728,355 
49,775 
418.284 
111.061 
64,502 


1.031,890 
889,438 
2,119,726 
2,665,161 
418,101 


337,528 
3,760 

157,585 
3,229 
17,193 


118,604 
18,133 
49,578 
68,630 
11,346 


228,24 
(3 

88,65 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 

C\t loon Anno'o 

St. Mary's 
Somerset 


5,697,071 
189,147 
545,393 
161,059 


A 1QC\ n?? 
D, / :/u,\jzz 

4,716,176 

116,503 

435,176 

78,510 


591 044 
765,606 
31,156 
36,996 
44,285 


197 603 
82,130 
22.931 
48.682 
13,106 


135 621 
133,159 
18.557 
24.539 
25,158 


9,832,652 
13,984,054 

821,355 
1,633,860 

580,821 


6,069.372 
9.689,568 

48,856 
158,398 

29,606 


615,830 
128,245 
719,899 
1,385,100 
490,792 


1,641,183 
2,521,258 
23,706 
41,156 
329 


401,834 
24,343 
28,894 
49,206 
60,094 


1,104,4;- 
1,620,64 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


197,473 
796,017 
462,723 
170,714 


121,102 
616,415 
334,791 
89,565 


36,479 
114,104 
92,268 
47,211 


13,817 
39,923 
23,271 
14,133 


26,075 
25,575 
12,393 
19,805 


454,666 
2,039,813 
1,481,542 

876,964 


31,115 
542,977 
69,746 
36,908 


411,845 
1,071,447 
1.349.114 

819,188 


3,062 
207,605 
1,123 
411 


8,644 
(9,879) 
61,559 
20,457 


227, 6fj 



Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

105 







Paid by Local Boards of Education 


Paid Direct by State 


Local Unit 


Total 
Fixed 
Charges 


Total 


Retirement 
Funds 


Soc ia 1 
Security 


Other 
Employee 
Benefits 


Other 
Insurance 
& Benefits 


Rent 


Other 


Total 


Teachers ' 
Retirement 
System 


Teachers' 

Social 
Security 




tal State 


$226,580,726 


$88,880,216 


$14,334,311 


$15,210,007 


$44,687,081 


$12,702,017 


$418,252 


$1,528,548 


$137,700,510 


$87,045,642 


$50,654,868 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


3,781,290 
16,893,382 
38,536,358 
30,908,894 

2,122,011 


1,504.513 
4,603.525 
16,326,824 
10.179,452 
855,731 


285,912 
714,717 
2,523,768 
302,997 
112,960 


224,797 
1,077,195 
2.906,797 
2,202,348 

121,600 


764.707 
1,766,657 
10,033,436 
6,886,653 


229,097 
1,005,556 
586.233 
626,017 
621,171 


39,400 
102,300 


276,590 
59.137 


2,276,777 
12.289.857 
22,209,534 
20,729,442 

1,266,280 


1,410,697 
7,660,259 
14,163,533 
13,159,061 
799,956 


866,080 
4.629,598 
8,046,001 
7,570,381 

466,324 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1,006,016 
3,896,428 
2,717,936 
4,085,851 
1,542,571 


348,451 
1.329.690 

934,747 
1,414,282 

634,724 


97,806 
238,407 

40,291 
272,408 
120,439 


70.101 
214,467 
171,899 
253,416 
126,452 


121,899 
62,166 
539,796 
505,974 
251,715 


50,392 
814,650 
182,549 
364,182 
136,118 


7,200 

115 
18,302 


1.053 
97 


657,565 
2.566,738 
1,783.189 
2,671,569 

907,847 


410.255 
1.579.800 
1.102.114 
1,665,178 

582,467 


247,310 
986,938 
681,075 
1.006,391 
325,380 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


5,349,394 
1.313,988 
7,308,131 
6,963,631 
718,422 


1,910,257 
581.840 
2,381.469 
2.619.458 

227.217 


288,906 
75,501 
273,407 
204,650 
42,464 


375,464 
93,419 
378,711 
394,435 
57,487 


988,877 
326,536 
1.589.722 

93.901 


197.275 
66.224 
139,629 
1.967.792 
26.959 


57,057 
8.290 

28,690 


2.678 
11.870 

23.891 
6.406 


3.439,137 
732,148 
4,926,662 
4,344,173 
491,205 


2,146,993 
472,350 
3,050,982 
2,679,054 
307,292 


1,292,144 
259,798 
1.875,680 
1,665,119 
183,913 


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


44,757,777 
39,679,034 
1.093,669 
2,716,919 
841,099 


22.098.446 
15.921,643 
408,525 
860,279 
308,982 


5,921,682 
2,079,402 
51.967 
144.080 
3,601 


2,536.151 
2.920,345 

51,607 
220,009 
98,270 


10.474. loz 
7,844,176 
241,243 
332,071 
54,239 


I , Ubo , 'tD't 
2,912,119 
63,708 
164,119 
152,872 


140,246 


1 084 S7S 
25,355 


23,757,391 
685,144 
1,856,640 
532,117 


XH . jO\J 

15,046,333 
425,073 
1.185,130 
344,107 


8.711.058 
260,071 
671,510 
188,010 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


1,101,179 
5.103,017 
2,805,648 
1,338,081 


382,036 
1,855,953 
848,441 
343,731 


65,694 
316,009 
135,428 

21,815 


52,986 
446,290 
145,791 

69,970 


163,436 
1,006,519 
394.165 
245,011 


82,902 
81,890 
161.704 
2.405 


1,250 


17.018 
5.245 

10.103 
4,530 


719.143 
3.247,064 
1,957,207 

994,350 


442,456 
2,020,065 
1,205,930 

606,083 


276,687 
1,226,999 
751,277 
388,267 



1 



TABLE 



Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 





Food Services 


Student Body Activities 


Local Unit 


Total 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
trac ted 
Services 


Supplies 
and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


Total 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equip- 
ment 
Replace- 
ment 


Total State 


$1,571,733 


$808,190 


$148,438 


$241,047 


$294,694 


$79,364 


$4,395,229 


$2,359,097 


$902,650 


$514,615 


$398,991 


$219,876 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


29,891 

45,000 
226,288 
38,428 


19,550 

222,114 
35,237 


- 


45,000 
4,174 
14 


1,925 

620 


8,416 

2,557 


1,055,975 
10,000 
91,233 


625,656 
40,464 


290,052 
31,887 


132,458 
10,000 
18,306 


4,121 
576 


3,688 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


17,409 

15,721 
144,760 
19,938 


11,662 

117,932 
12,934 


247 
12,174 
115 


5,431 

14,182 
1,197 
2,904 


316 

1,292 
5,031 
293 


8,426 
3,692 


16,049 
168, 341 
127,030 
122,545 

54,335 


74 , 545 
52,909 
69,502 
723 


76 , 223 
25,312 
32,760 
20,403 


15,849 

10 11/. 

14,256 
4,482 
253 


200 

20,721 
15,048 
24,956 


O J J 

13,832 
753 
8,000 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


72,960 
3,625 


60,160 
70 


3,655 


3,267 
4,777 


5,509 

1 2 


369 
(1 , 234) 


6,037 

ID , oUO 

422,394 
588,449 
55,026 


199,530 
235,771 
4,813 


1,916 

59,702 
153,105 
12,816 


3,738 

±H -J 

99,844 
73,754 
22,701 


383 
764 

15,018 
12,277 


63,318 
110,801 
2,419 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 

St. Mary's 
Somerset 


699 318 

3,518 
126,822 
13,041 


272 ,486 

1,837 
232 
8.575 


109, 155 
2,444 


6,747 

1,681 
126,590 
646 


26 5,983 
1,180 


44,947 
196 


1,267,690 
15,456 
129,540 
11,536 


879,726 
2,337 

7,170 


114,679 
7,200 
24,501 
3,160 


2,181 
4,669 
80,565 


255,418 
1,250 
24,474 
1,206 


15,686 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


3,887 
12,247 
50,762 
48,118 


734 

13,620 
31,047 


2,872 
12,247 
5,529 


281 

7,545 
16,611 


12,073 
460 


11,995 


29,776 
144,990 

63,019 


14,240 
123,410 

13,400 


5,650 
21,580 

21,704 


18,102 


9,886 
9,269 


544 



A 



Disbursements for Connnunity Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

107 



Local Unit 


Total 
C ommun i ty 
Services 


Salaries 
and Wages 


Contracted 
Services 


Supplies 

and 
Materials 


Other 
Charges 


Equipment 
Replacement 


Total State 


$11,081, 25A 


$8,080,328 


$2,105,455 


$406,265 


$429,499 


$59,707 


Allegany 


62,684 


51,150 


330 


2,874 


8,330 


- 


Anne Arundel 


764,726 


732,850 


2,814 


28,919 


143 






1 ,103 , 348 


192,446 


812,620 


28, 160 


41, 236 


28,886 


Baltimore 


3,398,815 


3,237,015 


44,960 


57,516 


59,324 




Calvert 


105,529 


97,160 


- 


244 


8,125 


- 


Caroline 


87,062 


63,656 


21,891 


1,195 


320 


- 


Carroll 


165,719 


155,072 


1,600 


8,199 


848 




Cecil 


184, 335 


110,040 


29,906 


10,876 


33,401 


112 


Charles 


612,331 


123,055 


471,669 


1,728 


15,879 




Dorchester 


3,888 


- 


- 


3,059 


829 


- 


Frederick 


100,950 


34,962 


3,378 


12,764 


48,849 


997 


Garrett 


151,980 


148,762 




2,327 


891 




Har f ord 


351,231 


342,301 




8,483 


447 




Howard 


903,471 


407,060 


276,693 


100,471 


118,555 


692 


Kent 


66,860 


53,595 


9,119 


1,427 


2,719 


- 


Montgomery 


1,098,444 


905,252 


25,606 


85,476 


53,314 


28,796 


Prince George's 


885,217 


506,976 


354,296 


23,207 


613 


125 


Queen Anne's 


33,822 


32,089 


745 


499 


489 




St. Mary's 


164,904 


161,936 


464 


2,486 


18 




Somerset 


70,425 


63,065 


34 


3,784 


3,542 




Talbot 


87,369 


63,660 


14,575 


4,960 


4,174 




Washington 


584,730 


545,279 


371 


14,652 


24,428 




Wicomico 


63,126 


52,947 


4,149 


2,959 


2,972 


99 


Worcester 


30,288 




30,235 




53 





TABLE 

"l fl v3 Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Middle 


Secondary 


Administration 
Buildings 


Food Service 
Equipment 


Total State 


*$106,650,681 


$41,834,471 


$546, 249 


$53,323,257 


$7,117,910 


$588,755 


Allegany 


3,081,341 


2,002,045 


- 


1,064,354 


11,278 


3,664 


Anne Arundel 


2,957,398 


559,081 


40,772 


1,509,132 


621,064 


227,349 




18,927 , 256 


12 054 870 


9, 258 


6 . 739 . 759 


28,349 


95,020 


Baltimore 


3,805,557 


436,393 


7,623 


2.906,521 


455,020 




Calvert 


400,800 


N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


978 


Caroline 


1,135,307 


1,007,867 


- 


121,306 


435 


5,699 


Carroll 


3,370,555 


122,062 


45,712 


3,185,833 


1.088 


15,860 


Cecil 


1,409,364 


784,658 


10,101 


539,531 


20,615 


54,459 


Charles 


5,933,657 . 


2.992.654 


59,596 


2,815,134 


33,390 


32,883 


Dorchester 


1,456,335 


812,087 


11,997 


32.877 


599,374 


- 


Frederick 


10,176,303 


1.663.730 


40,145 


8.178.903 


284,929 


8,596 


Garrett 


995,228 


437.109 


45,031 


488.219 


10.407 


14,462 


Harford 


5,898,517 


67.930 


13, 326 


5. 759.894 


57,367 




Howard 


7.207,156 


2,403.664 


94,521 


631.572 


4,070,572 


6,827 


Kent 


67,084 


8,414 


5,314 


30.556 


15.380 


7,420 


Montgomery 


11,708,441 


3,758,815 


26,231 


7,014.329 


882,294 


26,772 


Prince George's 


11,504,317 


10,102,050 




1,355.852 


4,269 


42,146 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,357,945 


62.019 


4,271 


2,291,575 


80 




St. Mary's 


2,562,415 


1.003,603 


114,851 


1,431.755 


7.324 


4,882 


Somerset 


619,012 


608,034 




10,978 






Talbot 


1,682,875 


17.388 




1.663,051 




2,436 


Washington 


4,300,244 


223.502 


17,500 


4,022.905 


1,076 


35.261 


Wicomico 


2,249,316 


706.496 




1,529,221 


13,599 




Worcester 


2,844.258 


N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


4,041 



Includes expenditures for Calvert and Worcester for which breakdown was not available. 



NOTE: Food service equipment is not reportable by school level and has previously been excluded from the total capital outlay due to 

incomplete reporting within the food service fund. If comparisons are being made to prior years, these expenditures must be removed. 



Disbursements for Debt Service: MaT-yland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

109 



Local Unit 


Total 


Long Term County Bonds 


State Loans 


Redemption 


Interest 


Redemption 


Interest 


Total State 


$92,179,750 


$49,031,325 


$25,198,682 


$13,646,781 


$4,302,962 


Allegany 


451,625 


225,000 


61 ,588 


140,403 


24,634 


Anne Arundel 


6,962,269 


3,556,000 


2,318,414 


795,438 


292,417 


Baltimore City 


24,845,473 


1 2,615, 941 


7,075,608 


2,994,674 


2 159 250 


Baltimore 


13,496,543 


6,364,000 


2,886,435 


3,496,581 


749 , 527 


Calvert 


437,408 


215,000 


161, 780 


46 , 588 


14 ,040 


Carol ine 


319,690 


190,000 


88,025 


34.562 


7,103 


Carroll 


1,337,799 


471,114 


330,345 


467,192 


59, 148 


Cecil 


745, 16V 


540,000 


162,787 


36,984 


5,396 


Charles 


1,670,221 


750,000 


435,825 


418,820 


65, 576 


Dorchester 


212,830 


150,000 


54, 758 


5, 756 


2 , 316 


Frederick 


1,673,722 


1,215,000 




458,722 




Garrett 


26,125 


25,000 


1, 125 






Harford 


3,182,856 


1 , 723, 550 


876,912 


470 , 590 


111 ,804 


Howard 


2,273,305 


1,217,601 


734 ,061 


266,353 


55, 290 


Kent 


349,581 


140,000 


81,380 


115,585 


12,616 


Mon tgomery 


12,878,746 


8,606,879 


4,271,867 








1 fi IS? 29n 


7,693,000 


4,515,784 


3,323,783 


624,723 


Queen Anne ' s 


318,965 


256,471 


62,494 






St. Mary's 


474,057 


100,000 


18,400 


310,130 


45.527 


Somerset 


216,549 


180,000 


28,888 


5.584 


2.077 


Talbot 


480,881 


290,000 


99,198 


77,610 


14,073 


Washington 


1,945,714 


1,398,334 


471,487 


60,002 


15,891 


Wicomico 


1,159,288 


808,435 


341,371 


9,206 


276 


Worcester 


563,646 


300,000 


120,150 


112,218 


31,278 



TABLE 

^ ^ Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1978-79 

I III (Including Pupil Transportation) 



Local Unit 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Opera- 
tion 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 

of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Trans- 
por- 
tation 


Adminis- 
tration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Child 
Nutri- 
tion 


Student 
Body 

Activ- 
ities 


Com- 
munity 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Total State 


67 


16 





. 73 





21 


10 


60 


3 


76 


4 


82 


2 


56 


5 


81 





10 


2 


66 





29 





72 





58 


Allegany 


66 


. 64 





50 





.04 


10 


7 1 


3 


.46 


5 


84 




.20 


5 


.91 





12 


4 


19 









25 





14 


Anne Arundel 


71 


46 





84 






10 


16 


2 


81 


5 


79 


2 


38 


3 


63 






1 


86 




- 





60 





47 


Baltimore City 


65 


57 





81 





09 


10 


98 


3 


70 


2. 


88 


3 


47 


6 


29 





02 


5 


07 





41 





42 





29 


Baltimore 


69 


95 





58 





41 


11 


70 


3 


95 


3 


52 


1 


88 


4 


72 





11 


1 


08 





01 


1 


58 





51 


Calvert 


66 


18 





80 





16 


9 


49 


2 


99 


7 . 


66 


2 


42 


5 


90 





26 


2 


78 





63 





73 






Caroline 


64 


35 





47 





20 


10 


15 


3 


15 


8. 


82 


2 


49 


L 







23 


4 


07 





40 


1 


13 






Carroll 


68 


33 





55 





34 


9 


86 


3 


31 


7. 


78 


2 


19 


4 


64 






1 


83 





59 





58 




- 


Cecil 


64 


97 





81 





23 


10 


49 


5 


19 


6. 


39 


2 


27 


4 


63 





08 


3 


12 





63 





91 





28 


Charles 


64 


30 





60 





02 


9 


43 


2 


93 




90 


3 


03 


A 







47 


3 


98 





40 


1 


99 





36 


Dorchester 


64 


44 





43 





21 


10 


33 


3 


77 


7 . 


56 


2 


55 


5 


77 





18 


4 


23 





49 





04 






Frederick 


69 


02 





53 





08 


10 


35 


2 


86 


6. 


61 


2 


33 


5 


17 





20 


2 


56 





02 





27 




- 


Garrett 


61 


19 





57 





22 


8 


90 


2 


81 


10 


35 


2 


32 


6 


26 





04 


5 


39 





17 


1 


64 





14 


Harford 


68 


83 





63 





61 


10 


16 


3 


60 


5. 


32 


2 


07 


4 


47 






2 


60 





79 





66 





26 


Howard 


66 


51 





31 





26 


10 


93 


3 


02 


5. 


88 


2 


66 


5 


40 






1 


28 


1 


21 


1 


86 





68 


Kent 


59 


77 





22 





07 


10 


00 


LO 


69 


8. 


22 


2 


29 


3 


66 






2 


57 





89 


1 


08 





54 


Montgomery 


67. 


00 


1 


01 


0. 


01 


9 


50 


3 


54 


3 


82 


2 


99 


8 


57 





27 


1 


22 









43 


1 


64 


Prince George's 


66. 


17 





66 


0. 


42 


11 


24 


4 


61 


5. 


24 


2 


13 


5 


97 






2 


36 





47 





33 





40 


Queen Anne's 


63. 


82 





33 


0. 


18 


8 


11 


3. 


91 


10. 


41 


2 


40 


5 


18 





04 


4 


81 





20 





43 





18 


St. Mary's 


63. 


30 


1 


14 





14 


9. 


88 


4 


68 


7. 


70 


2 


57 


4 


05 





60 


4 


37 





61 





78 





18 


Somerset 


62. 


93 





67 


0. 


24 


10 


43 


3 


86 


8. 


39 


2 


33 


4 


46 





19 


5 


31 





17 


1 


02 






Talbot 


68. 


97 





61 


0. 


21 


9 


72 


4 


08 


5. 


68 


2 


47 


4 


78 





05 


1 


97 





37 


1 


09 






Washington 


66. 


78 





88 


0. 


07 


11 


27 


3 


25 


5. 


51 


2 


15 


5 


01 





03 


2 


98 





39 


1 


57 





11 


Wicomico 


69. 


38 





51 


0. 


80 


9 


26 


3 


49 


7. 


30 


2 


28 


4 


18 





25 


2 


24 









31 






Worcester 


69. 


00 





26 





41 


9 


09 


3 


08 


7. 


71 


1 


50 


3 


02 





42 


4 


07 





56 





27 





61 



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



TABLE 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1978-79 III 

(Excluding Pupil Transportation) III 



' — -1 

Local Unit 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of Plant 


Adminis- 
tration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Child 
Nutri- 
tion 


Student 
Body 
Activ- 
ities 


Community 
Services 


Tuition 
Handi- 
capped 
Children 


Tr»f- a 1 ^f-at'c* 


70 


56 





77 


rt 
u 


ZJ 


11 


14 


i 


y D 


z 


C Q 
00 


D 


iU 


rt 
u 


11 


2 


t$U 


rt 

VJ 




rt 
u 


lb 


rt 
u 




Al Ifigany 


70 


87 


u 


Di 





04 


11 




J 


00 


2 


32 


/- 



Z3 





13 




43 









26 





15 


Anne Arundel 


75 


85 


rt 
U 


o9 






10. 


79 


2 


98 


2 


53 


3 


85 






1 


no 
98 









64 





49 


Baltimore City 


67 


51 





84 





09 


11 


31 


3 


.81 


3 


57 


6 


47 





02 


5 


22 





42 





44 





30 


Ba 1 t imore 


72. 


50 





60 





43 


12. 


13 


4 


10 


1 


95 


4 


90 





11 


1 


12 




* 


1 


63 





53 


Calvert 


71 


68 


rt 


OO 


rt 

u 


io 


1 n 
lU 


ZO 






2 


z 


b 




rt 

u 


zy 


3 


01 


rt 
u 


A9 

bo 


rt 

u 


/y 






Caroline 


70 


57 





52 





22 


11 


13 


3 


46 


' 


73 


4 


98 





25 


4 


46 





44 


1 


24 






Carroll 


74 


09 





60 





38 


10 


69 


3 


59 


2 


37 


5 


03 






1 


98 





64 





63 






Cecil 


69 


41 





87 





24 


11 


21 


5 


54 


2 


43 


4 


94 





08 


3 


33 





67 





98 





30 


Cliar les 


69.83 





59 





04 


10 


25 


3 


19 


3 


29 


4 


98 





51 


4 


33 





43 


2 


16 





40 


Dorches ter 


69 


71 





47 





22 


11 


17 


4 


08 


2 


76 


6 


24 





20 


4 


58 





53 





04 






Frederick 


73 


91 





57 





08 


11 


09 


3 


.06 


2 


50 


5 


53 





21 


2 


74 





02 





29 






Garrett 


68.25 





64 





23 


9 


93 


3 


14 


2 


59 


6 


99 





04 


6 


01 





19 


1 


.83 





16 


Harford 


72 


70 





67 





64 


10. 


73 


3 


80 


2 


18 


4 


72 






2 


75 





84 





70 





27 


Howard 


70.67 





32 





27 


11 


61 


3 


.21 


2 


83 


5 


74 






1 


36 


1 


29 


1 


98 





72 


Kent 


65 


13 





24 





09 


10 


89 


11 


64 


2 


51 


3 


98 






2 


80 





96 


1 


17 





59 


Montgomery 


69 


66 


1 


05 





01 


9 


88 


3 


68 


3 


11 


8 


91 





28 


1 


27 









44 


1 


71 


Prince George's 


69.83 





70 





44 


11. 


86 


4 


86 


2 


25 


6 


30 






2 


49 





50 





35 





42 


Queen Anne's 


71 


24 





37 





20 


9. 


05 


4 


36 


2 


68 


5 


78 





05 


5 


37 





22 





48 





20 


St. Mary's 


68.58 


1 


24 





16 


10. 


70 


5 


07 


2 


78 


4 


39 





65 


4 


73 





66 





84 





20 


Somerset 


68 


70 





73 





26 


11 


39 


4 


21 


2 


54 


4 


87 





21 


5 


80 





18 


1 


11 






Talbot 


73. 


13 





65 





21 


10. 


31 


4 


33 


2 


62 


5 


06 





05 


2 


09 





39 


1 


16 






Washington 


70. 


67 





93 





10 


11 


92 


3 


44 


2 


27 


5 


30 





03 


3 


15 





41 


1 


67 





11 


WicomiQO 


74.85 


0. 


55 





85 


9. 


99 


3 


76 


2 


46 


4 


51 





27 


2 


42 









34 






Worcester 


74. 


77 





28 





44 


9. 


85 


3 


34 


1 


63 


3 


28 





46 


4 


40 





60 





28 





67 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



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



TABLE 

112 



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

(Including Cost of Transportation) 



1978-79 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Pupil 
Transpor- 
tation 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


70 


.22 





.76 





22 


11 


09 


3 


93 


5 


04 


2 


67 


6.07 


Allegany 


69 


.93 





52 





05 


11 


24 


3 


63 


6 


13 


2 


30 


6. 20 


Anne Arundel 


73 


.55 





87 






10 


50 


'> 


90 


5 


98 


2 


46 


3.74 


Baltimore City 


69 


.89 





87 





08 


11 


71 


3 


95 


3 


07 


3 


.73 


6.70 


Bal timore 


72 


.33 





60 





4 2 


12 


10 


4 


08 


3 


64 


1 


95 


4.88 


Calvert 


69 


13 





84 





16 


9 


96 


3 


14 


8 


04 


2 


54 


6.19 


Caroline 


68 


29 





50 





22 


10 


79 


3 


35 


9 


37 


2 


65 


4 . 83 


Carroll 


70 


35 





57 





36 


10 


20 


3 


42 


8 


04 


2 


26 


4.80 


Cecil 


68 


32 





86 





23 


11 


08 


5 


48 


6 


74 


2 


40 


4.89 


Charles 


69 


21 





65 





03 


10 


18 


3 


16 


8 


54 


3 


27 


4 . 96 


Dorchester 


67 


77 





45 





21 


10 


87 


3 


97 


7 


96 


2 


69 


6 . 08 


Frederick 


71 


16 





55 





06 


10 


69 


9 


96 


6 


83 


2 


41 


5. 34 


Garrett 


66 


04 





62 





23 


9 


62 


3 


03 


11 


18 


2 


51 


6.77 


Harford 


71 


69 





67 





64 


10 


71 


3 


80 


5 


60 


2 


18 


4.71 


Howard 


69 


93 





32 





27 


11 


55 


3 


20 


6 


21 


2 


81 


5 . 71 


Kent 


62 


81 





24 





08 


10 


58 


11 


30 


8 


70 


2 


42 


J . O / 


Montgomery 


69 


47 


1 


05 





01 


9 


85 


3 


67 


3 


.96 


3 


10 


8.89 


Prince George's 


68 


47 





69 





.44 


11 


71 


4 


80 


5 


46 


2 


22 


6.21 


Queen Anne's 


67 


36 





36 





19 


8 


67 


4 


18 


11 


14 


2 


56 


5.54 


St. Mary's 


67 


66 


1. 


22 


0. 


16 


10 


60 


5 


02 


8 


25 


2 


75 


4.34 


Somerset 


67 


45 


0. 


72 


0. 


26 


11 


18 


4 


13 


8 


99 


2.49 


4.78 


Talbot 


71 


43 





64 


0. 


20 


10. 


08 


4 


24 


5 


90 


2 


56 


4.95 


Washington 


70 


08 





93 


0. 


09 


11 


99 


3. 


45 


5 


85 


2 


28 


5.33 


Wicomico 


71 


29 





53 


0. 


81 


9 


56 


3 


60 


7 


54 


2 


35 


4.32 . 


Worcester 


73 


35 





27 


0. 


43 


9. 


66 


3 


28 


8 


20 


1 


60 


3.21 



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



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

(Excluding Cost of Transportation) 



1978-79 



TABLE 

113 



Local Unit 


Instruction 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Maintenance 
of 
Plant 


Administration 


Fixed 
Charges 


Tota] State 


73 


94 





81 





24 


11 


67 


4 


.14 


2 


81 


6 . 39 


Al legany 


74 


50 





56 





05 


11 


98 


3 


.86 


2 


45 


6.60 


Anne Arundel 


78 


22 





92 




- 


11 


17 


3 


.09 


2 


62 


3.98 


Baltimore City 


72 


10 





89 





09 


12 


08 


4 


.08 


3 


.85 


6.91 


6a 1 1 iniore 


75 


06 





62 


u 




12 




A 
4 


9A 


2 


02 


5.06 


Calvert 


75 


18 





91 





17 


10 


83 


3 


.41 


2 


76 


6. 74 


Caroline 


75 


36 





55 





23 


11 


91 


3 


.69 


2 


93 


5.33 


Carroll 


76 


50 





62 





40 


11' 


09 


3 


.72 


2.46 


5.21 


Cecil 


73 


26 





92 





25 


11 


88 


5 


88 


2 


57 


5.24 


Charles 


75 


67 





■J1 


Q 


03 




13 


3 


47 


3 


57 


5.42 


Dorches ter 


73 


63 





49 





23 


11 


81 


4 


32 


2 


92 


6.60 


Frederick 


76 


38 





59 





08 


11 


47 


3 


16 


2 


59 


5. 73 


Garrett 


74 


36 





70 





26 


10 


83 


3 


41 


2 


82 


7.62 


Harford 


75 


95 





71 





68 


11 


34 


4 


02 


2 


31 


4.99 


Howard 


74 


56 





34 





28 


12 


31 


3 


42 


3 


00 


6.09 


Kent 


68. 


79 





26 





09 


11 


58 


12 


.39 


2 


65 


4.24 


Montgomery 


72 


34 


1 


09 





01 


10 


25 


3 


82 


3 


23 


9.26 


Prince George's 


72 


43 





73 





46 


12 


39 


5 


07 


2 


35 


0.5/ 


Queen Anne's 


75 


80 





40 





22 


9 


76 


4 


70 


2 


89 


6.23 


St. Mary's 


73 


74 


1 


33 





17 


11 


55 


5 


47 


3 


00 


4.74 


Somerset 


74 


11 





79 





28 


12 


28 


4 


54 


2. 


74 


5.26 


Talbot 


75 


90 





68 





22 


10 


72 


4 


50 


2. 


72 


5.26 


Washington 


74 


44 





99 





09 


12 


73 


3 


66 


2. 


43 


5.66 


Wicomico 


77 


10 


0. 


57 





88 


10. 


34 


3 


89 


2. 


55 


4.67 


Worcester 


79 


91 


0. 


29 


0. 


47 


10. 


52 


3 


57 


1. 


74 


3.50 



TABLE 

114 



Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12* All Current Expenses: 
Maryland Public Day Schools: 1968-69 - 1978-79 



Local Unit 


1968- 


-69 


1969- 


-70 


1970- 


-71 


1971- 


-72 


1972- 


73 


1973- 


74 


1974- 


75 


1975- 


76 


1976-77 


1977-78 


1978- 


79 


Total State: Including 














































Retirement and Social 
















































$739 


58 


$816 


30 


$913 


52 


$990 


20 


$ 1 058 


04 


$1 , 168 


83 


$1, 365 


.41 


$1, 519 


45 


$1,662 


22 


$1,843 


11 


$2,049 


39 


Exluding Retirement 














































and Social Security 


695 


32 


764 


63 


858 


83 


928 


02 


995 


00 


1 ,083 


95 


1,262 


75 


1,407 


11 


1,533 


91 


1,694 


23 


1,873 


23 


Allegany 


631 


41 


668 


47 


760 


82 


830 


48 


890 


19 


985 


17 


1,117 


.34 


1,287 


34 


1,428 


05 


1,516 


83 


1,718 


97 


Anne Arundel 


602 


82 


678 


90 


760 


71 


837 


33 


899 


28 


1,002 


13 


1,128 


70 


1,237 


09 


1,371 


35 


1,534 


47 


1,708 


33 


Ijclj. L XlULf Liz- ^ X L y 


680 


25 


736 


68 


826 


07 


871 


97 


889 


56 


908 


16 


1 , 124 


. 20 


1,336 


52 


1,421 


91 


1,584 


86 


1 ,729 


23 


Hal l""lTn/^y"£» 
Da J- LJ.LiI<JI. c 


702 


29 


767 


19 


875 


18 


940 


52 


1, 037 


71 


1 161 


72 


1, 344 


. 33 


1,483 


33 


1,619 


75 


1,813 


90 


1,993 


49 




638 


96 


715 


99 


801 


34 


905 


44 


1 023 


85 


1 , Uoo 


. JU 


1 169 


. 24 


1 420 


56 


1,552 


15 


1,705 


38 


1 , 863 


84 


Caroline 


633 


66 


646 


96 


740 


48 


808 


80 


845 


45 


900 


59 


1 ,049 


.65 


1, 176 


.87 


1,286 


72 


1,384 


51 


1,551 


90 


Carroll 


591 


89 


651 


24 


710 


91 


819 


43 


926 


39 


974 


77 


1,115 


67 


1,145 


.34 


1,215 


05 


1,297 


71 


1,42? 


08 


Ceci 1 


641 


00 


653 


49 


708 


13 


731 


76 


818 


41 


879 


68 


997 


52 


1 127 


.46 


1,159 


89 


1,324 


22 


1, 522 


19 


r* Vi a T* 1 p Q 


718 


25 


751 


50 


790 


76 


938 


75 


995 


68 


1 032 


36 


1 , 184 


91 


1 , 269 


. 66 


1,381 


40 


1,523 


64 


1,686 


84 


L^(^Lv_llCO Lei. 


625 


27 


687 


14 


800 




909 


27 


996 


00 


1 093 


83 


1 272 


. 88 


1 460 


. 10 


1,569 


92 


1,792 


06 


1,961 


25 


Frederick 


671 


29 


731 


29 


787 


89 


834 


82 


889 


93 


973 


18 


1,135 


22 


1,210 


51 


1,300 


72 


1,421 


67 


1,577 


56 


Garrett 


604 


68 


685 


02 


739 


02 


762 


12 


771 


85 


853 


77 


1,019 


.04 


1,090 


99 


1 , 216 


37 


1,328 


47 


1,552 


09 


Harf ord 


621 


57 


660 


06 


749 


01 


800 


43 


853 


91 


968 


. 7 7 


1 124 


. 25 


1 200 


08 


1,328 


26 


1,444 


78 


1 , 588 


14 


Howa rd 


697 


70 


761 


84 


855 


03 


939 


29 


1 057 


.09 


1 122 


80 


1 294 


.05 


1 436 


.63 


1,566 


.23 


1,667 


59 


1, 838 


45 


Kent 


663 


43 


739 


81 


832 


19 


910 


91 


971 


02 


1 056 


. 22 


1 225 


. 74 


1 369 


.09 


1,513 


.56 


1,772 


41 


1 , 942 


07 


Montgomery 


845 


73 


972 


84 


1,083 


22 


1,194 


16 


1,326 


82 


1,436 


97 


1,647 


.56 


1,791 


.68 


1,963 


6'i 


2,150 


72 


2,389 


53 


Prince George's 


703 


75 


774 


64 


884 


90 


943 


38 


996 


96 


1,130 


17 


1,306 


.44 


1,446 


.78 


1,604 


52 


1,778 


31 


1,989 


.71 


Queen Anne' s 


676 


72 


690 


59 


772 


95 


832 


88 


904 


54 


984 


19 


1,111 


.74 


1,222 


.42 


1,318 


51 


1,415 


76 


1,591 


22 


St. Mary's 


666 


91 


680 


72 


750 


70 


848 


40 


829 


87 


922 


74 


1,113 


.54 


1,271 


.46 


1,401 


.04 


1,499 


33 


1,682 


25 


Somerset 


574 


56 


597 


92 


687 


50 


782 


58 


818 


40 


921 


05 


1,100 


.13 


1,193 


.15 


1,332 


27 


1,509 


59 


1,783 


83 


Talbot 


655 


97 


760 


39 


826 


51 


895 


98 


979 


.12 


1,088 


05 


1,256 


.12 


1,400 


38 


1,518 


06 


1,668 


40 


1,866 


88 


Washington 


663 


67 


723 


08 


800 


00 


848 


96 


891 


84 


976 


.61 


1,087 


.80 


1,225 


18 


1,353 


86 


1,517 


65 


1,665 


10 


Wicomico 


584 


66 


626 


86 


693 


01 


778 


43 


840 


95 


918 


27 


1,073 


.10 


1,202 


20 


1,314 


66 


1,452 


54 


1,602 


24 


Worcester 


608 


27 


656 


96 


758 


36 


858 


02 


952 


23 


1,050 


88 


1,212 


.88 


1,367 


.18 


1,559 


20 


1,735 


61 


1,914 


66 



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



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Prek.-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



TABLE 

115 



Local Unit 



All Costs Including Transportation 



Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 



Cost 



Rank 



Total Excluding. State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 



Cost 



Rank 



All Costs Excluding Transportation 



Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 



Cost 



Rank 



Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers' Retire- 
ment and Social Security 



Cost 



Rank 



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 



$2,049.39 

1.880.22 
1,879.12 
1,891.72 
2,191.76 
2,034.54 

1,693.32 
1,554.81 
1,664.07 
1,844.74 
2,131.70 

1,729.13 
1,684.25 
1,742.82 
2,012.60 
2,104.41 

2.607.36 
2,174.20 
1,739.02 
1,839.98 
1,930.80 

2,054.40 
1,820.27 
1,761.80 
2,092.64 



12 
13 
11 
2 
8 

21 
24 
23 
14 
4 

20 
22 
18 
9 
5 

1 
3 
19 
15 
10 

7 
16 
17 

6 



$1,873.23 

1,718.97 
1,708.33 
1.729.23 
1,993.49 
1,863.84 

1,551.90 
1,423.08 
1.522.19 
1.686.84 
1.961.25 

1,577.56 
1,552.09 
1,588.14 
1,838.45 
1.942.07 

2.389.53 
1.989.71 
1.591.22 
1,682.75 
1,783.83 

1,866.88 
1,665.10 
1,602.24 
1,914.66 



$1,955.96 



12 
13 
11 



22 
24 
23 
14 
4 

20 
21 
19 
9 

5 

1 

3 
18 

15 
10 

7 
16 
17 

6 



1.774.87 
1,776.97 
1,833.78 
2,119.11 



1,884.69 

1,547.85 
1,440.38 
1,561.43 
1,700.75 
1.975.58 

1.621.39 
1.510.77 
1,653.84 
1,898.43 
1.935.48 

2.512.84 
2.065.60 
1.561.84 
1,701.17 
1,770.38 

1,943.61 
1,722.79 
1,641.02 
1,935.67 



12 

22 
10 
2 
9 

22 
24 
21 
16 
4 

19 
23 
17 
8 

7 

1 
3 

20 
15 
13 

5 
14 
18 

6 



$1,778.81 

1.613.62 
1,606.18 
1,676.18 
1,920.84 
1,713.98 

1,406.43 
1,308.65 
1,419.55 
1,542.85 
1,805.13 

1,469.82 
1,378.61 
1,499.17 
1,724.28 
1.773.14 

2,295.01 
1,881.12 
1,414.04 
1,543.45 
1.623.41 

1,756.81 
1,567.61 
1,481.46 
1,757.69 



12 
13 
10 
2 
9 

22 
24 
20 
16 
4 

19 
23 
17 



1 
3 
21 
15 
11 

7 
14 
18 

6 



*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 




Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Including 
Transportation 


Pupil 
Trans- 
porta- 
tion 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Excluding 
Transportation 


Instruc- 
tion 


Pupil 
Personnel 
Services 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of Plant 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Total State 


$1,873 


23 


$ 94 


42 


$1,778 


81 


$1,315 


30 


$14 


33 


• $ 4 


20 


$207 


66 


$73 


57 


$50 


05 


$113. 70 


Allegany 


1,718 


97 


105 


35 


1,613 


62 


1,202 


15 


9 


01 





73 


193 


.24 


62 


.37 


39 


57 


106.55 


Anne Arundel 


1,708 


33 


102 


15 


1,606 


18 


1,256 


40 


14 


80 




- 


179 


36 


49 


.57 


42 


08 


63.97 


Baltimore City 


1 ,729 


23 


53 


05 


1,676 


18 


1 , 208 


56 


14 


98 


1 


58 


202 


46 


68 


. 24 


64 


50 


1 1 S ftA 

1. J . OD 


Baltimore 


1,993 


49 


72 


65 


1,920 


84 


1,441 


69 


11 


90 


8 


46 


241 


22 


81 


43 


38 


78 


97.36 


Calvert 


1,863 


84 


149 


86 


1,713 


98 


1,288 


65 


15 


64 


2 


94 


185 


57 


58 


.51 


47 


31 


115.36 


Caroline 


1,551 


90 


145 


47 


1,406 


43 


1,059 


84 


7 


75 


3 


26 


167 


46 


52 


02 


41 


16 


74.94 


Carroll 


1,423 


08 


114 


43 


1,308 


65 


1,001 


15 


8 


08 


5 


22 


145 


12 


48 


65 


32 


19 


68.24 


Cecil 


1,522 


19 


102 


64 


1 ,419 


55 


1,039. 


Q c: 

y J 


1 1 




O 

J 


. OO 


168 


59 


83 


.40 


36 


53 


17 


Charles 


1,686. 


84 


143 


99 


1,542 


85 


1,167 


52 


10 


.96 





53 


171 


73 


53 


39 


55 


13 


83.59 


Dorchester 


1,961 


25 


156 


12 


1,805 


13 


1,329 


18 


8 


88 


4 


18 


213 


19 


77 


79 


52 


74 


119. 17 


Frederick 


1,577. 


56 


107 


74 


1,469. 


82 


1,122 


60 


8 


62 


1 


14 


168 


65 


46 


62 


38 


00 


84.19 


Garrett 


1 552 


09 


1 71 


A ft 


1 , J / o 


D 1 






Q 


D 1 


J 


^ t; 


1 /. Q 


0/. 


/. 7 


1 1 
I J 


Jo 


OO 


105.03 


II, Cl. L L \J 


1^588 


14 


88 


97 


1,499. 


17 


1,138 


61 


10 


62 


10 


22 


170 


03 


60 


32 


34 


60 


74.77 


Howard 


1,838. 


45 


114 


17 


1,724 


28 


1,285 


69 


5 


93 


4 


87 


212 


30 


58 


75 


51 


73 


105.01 


Kent 


1,942 


07 


168 


93 


1,773 


14 


1,219. 


80 


4 


59 


1 


66 


205 


42 


219 


52 


47 


06 


75.09 


Montgomery 


2,389. 


53 


94 


52 


2,295. 


01 


1,660 


09 


25 


08 





28 


235 


34 


87. 


62 


74 


16 


212.44 


Prince George's 


1,989. 


71 


108 


59 


1,881. 


12 


1,362 


43 


13 


70 


8 


.57 


232 


99 


95 


54 


44 


25 


123.64 


Queen Anne's 


1,591. 


22 


177. 


18 


1,414. 


04 


1,071. 


86 


5. 


66 


3 


07 


137. 


98 


66 


54 


40 


80 


88.13 


St. Mary's 


1,682. 


25 


138. 


80 


1,543. 


45 


1,138. 


17 


20. 


58 


2 


63 


178. 


28 


84. 


38 


46 


33 


73.08 


Somerset 


1,783. 


83 


160. 


42 


1,623. 


41 


1,203. 


02 


12. 


80 


4 


59 


199. 


42 


73 


76 


44 


48 


85.34 


Talbot 


1,866. 


88 


110. 


07 


1,756. 


81 


1,333. 


44 


11. 


87 


3 


82 


188. 


30 


79 


09 


47 


80 


92.49 


Washington 


1,665. 


10 


97. 


49 


1 ,567. 


61 


1,166. 


91 


15. 


54 


1 . 


48 


199. 


48 


57 


46 


38 


04 


88.70 


Wicomico 


1,602. 


24 


120. 


78 


1,481. 


46 


1,142. 


18 


8. 


49 


13 


08 


153. 


15 


57 


67 


37 


72 


69. 17 


Worcester 


1,914. 


66 


156. 


97 


1,757. 


69 


1.404. 


45 


5. 


17 


8. 


29 


184. 


93 


62 


76 


30 


56 


61.53 



*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. 



I 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Materials of Instruction: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1976-77 - 1978-79 



TABLE 

117 



Local Unit 






1976- 


77 






1977-78/ 


1978-79/ 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 




/. T 
4 J 




9 

. J z 




J / 


$ 52.80 


$ 64.17 


Allegany 


48 


.08 


39 


62 


55 


79 


49.74 


79.65 


Anne Arundel 


51 


47 


44 


92 


57 


95 


62.96 


69.86 


Baltiinore City 


15 


46 


11 


.94 


19. 


31 


35. 25 


68 . 84 


Baltimore 


42 


30 


30 


19 


53 


17 


49.90 


48.74 


Calvert 


/ 


1 

1 J 


7 1 


/ / 


Z3 


DO 


86.30 


88.85 


Caroline 


43 


75 


42 


79 


44 


67 


60.54 


56.28 


Carroll 


51 


16 


52 


04 


50 


20 


59.04 


66.85 


Cecil 


38 


11 


28 


66 


48 


21 


47.40 


56.81 


Charles 


59 


22 


27 


41 


94 


66 


56.37 


67.67 


Dorchester 




JO 




c 7 
J 1 


87 


83 


73.21 


76.89 


Frederick 


47 


89 


51 


15 


44 


39 


49.51 


57.67 


Garrett 


44 


42 


37 


72 


52 


83 


43.65 


76.52 


tid LI oro 


66 


73 


54 


94 


79 


64 


65. 24 


77.33 


Howard 


59 


73 


54 


59 


65 


24 


60.04 


70.54 


Kent 


67 


50 


53 


45 


79 


60 


64.40 


79.04 


Montgomery 


52 


51 


55 


55 


49 


72 


61.32 


66.95 


Prince George's 


56 


81 


44 


38 


69 


27 


52.41 


58.60 


Queen Anne's 


43 


50 


28 


30 


57 


86 


46.59 


54.05 


St. Mary's 


50 


44 


40 


44 


61 


97 


57.61 


74.46 


Somerset 


54. 


46 


36 


95 


72 


06 


62.05 


76.40 


Talbot 


76 


41 


58 


79 


92 


42 


101.88 


108.83 


Washington 


40 


00 


42 


47 


37 


41 


45.69 


48.39 


Wicomico 


47 


43 


46 


76 


48 


14 


50.31 


55.10 


Worcester 


87 


13 


89 


97 


84 


57 


92.93 


85.16 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 
/Cost per pupil by level is not available. 



NOTE 



: Includes textbooks, library books, and other instructional supplies. 



TABLE 




Cost per Pupil Belonging for Textbooks: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1976-77 - 1978-79 



Local Unit 


1976-77 


1977-78/ 


1978-79/ 


Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


$13 


10 


$10 


10 


$16. 


11 


$15.05 


$15.69 


Allegany 


9 


52 


9 


.41 


9 


62 


0.06 


9.09 


Anne Arundel 


19 


93 


16 


74 


23. 


09 


25.09 


21.03 


Baltimore City 


4. 


05 


1 


49 


6. 


87 


12.20 


19.04 


Baltimore 


27. 


16 


15 


65 


37. 


50 


20.78 


13.71 


Calvert 


19. 


48 


19 


91 


19. 


00 


22.89 


16.54 


Caroline 


8. 


08 


6 


77 


9. 


34 


13.75 


13.77 


Carroll 


11. 


12 


11 


44 


10.76 


12.31 


15.92 


Cecil 


8. 


27 


6 


92 


9. 


72 


15.51 


15.14 


Charles 


12. 


77 


13 


.52 


11. 


94 


15.01 


16.19 


Dorchester 


9 


31 


5 


58 


13. 


52 


14.79 


9.11 


Frederick 


11. 


69 


10 


85 


12. 


58 


17.67 


20.02 


Garrett 


8. 


56 


8 


31 


8. 


88 


16.74 


35.07 


Harford 


19.06 


17 


48 


20. 


80 


20.84 


16.99 


Howard 


13. 


72 


11 


76 


15. 


81 


10.45 


15.99 


Kent 


18.85 


10 


46 


26. 


07 


14.35 


- 


Montgomery 


9. 


09 


9 


91 


8. 


33 


9.65 


11.06 


Prince George's 


11. 


37 


9 


06 


13. 


69 


13.43 


12.95 


Queen Anne's 


11. 


96 


8 


61 


15. 


11 


15.63 


22.34 


St. Mary's 


11. 


77 


8 


98 


15. 


00 


14.22 


16.23 


Somerset 


10. 


12 


8 


88 


11. 


37 


9.06 


10.92 


Talbot 


15. 


76 


21 


31 


10 


72 


18.77 


16.49 


Washington 


12.96 


12 


77 


13 


15 


13.14 


13.18 


Wicomico 


10 


35 


8 


64 


12. 


16 


11.78 


10.60 


Worcester 


15. 


31 


16 


76 


14. 


01 


21.00 


7.21 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 
/Cost per pupil by level is not available. 



TABLE 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Library Books: Prek.-12*: Maryland Public Schools: 1976-77 - 1978-79 






1976-77 








Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 






1977-78/ 


1978 


-79/ 


Secondary 




Total State 


$ 7.29 


$ 7.11 


5 7 


48 


$ •'.66 


$ 7 


34 


Allegany 


11.59 


10.59 


12 


51 


5.37 


4 


85 


Anne Arundel 


12.91 


13.77 


12 


07 


14.61 


10 


87 


Baltimore City 


0,16 


0.04 





29 


6.19 


c 
D 


^ z. 


Baltimore 


6.05 


5.62 


6 


44 


1.35 


3 


01 


Calvert 


14.16 


9.99 


18 


81 


13.88 


15 


25 


Caroline 


7.16 


7.84 


6 


49 


7.06 


7 


30 


Carroll 


8.81 


8.99 


8 


62 


8.37 


12 


42 


Cecil 


8.6< 


7.07 


10 


31 


7 . 00 


8 


06 


Charles 


12.50 


11.97 


13 


09 


10.53 


10 


32 


Dorchester 


4.67 


5.54 


3 


81 


6.39 


14 


98 


Frederick 


6.97 


7 . 88 


5 


99 


6.90 


7 


94 


Garrett 


9.11 


9.25 


8 


.93 


7.33 


12 


19 


Harford 


11.01 


11.90 


10 


04 


16.66 


16 


99 


Howard 


9.06 


8.30 


Q 


/ / 


9.32 


9 


50 


Kent 


10.07 


9.51 


10 


54 


11.27 


9 


80 


Montgomery 


7.41 


7.45 


7 


37 


8.45 


4 


91 


Prince George s 


10.00 


8.90 


11 


11 


7 A1 


3 


36 


Queen Anne's 


5.48 


4.06 


6 


83 


4.48 


4 


27 


St. Mary's 


8.72 


10.08 


7 


16 


8.76 


13 


55 


Somerset 


8.21 


7.21 


9 


20 


10.14 


3 


63 


Talbot 


11.54 


8.17 


14 


60 


14.07 


13 


17 


Washington 


7.02 


9.11 


4 


82 


4.44 


4 


42 


Wicomico 


5.47 


5.00 


5 


96 


6.50 


4 


01 


Worcester 


11.90 


16.86 


7 


44 


11.68 


5 


18 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 
/Cost per pupil by level is not available. 



TABLE 

120 



Basic State Aid for Current Expenses: 1978-79 



Local Unit 



Total 

Pupils 

9/30/77 



Pupils 

X 

$690 



Wealth 
per Pupil 



Total 
Local Wealth 
(Thousands ) 



Local 
Share 



State Share 



Total 



Per 
Pupil 



Density 
Aid 



Tuition 
Bylaw 



Total 



3 



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 



810,790.55 

14,643.00 
73,348.75 
147,671.75 
110,290.28 
7,154.25 

4,911.75 
19,433.38 
12,902.50 
17,182.50 

5,636.00 

22,731.00 
5,752.00 
32,536.14 
24,595.25 
3,214.00 

108,659.50 
135,572.00 
4,784.00 
11,849.75 
3,928.50 

4,340.00 
21,334.00 
12,496.25 

5,824.00 



$559,445,479 

10,103,670 
50,610,638 
101,893,507 
76,100,293 
4,936,432 

3,389,108 
13,409,032 

8,902,725 
11,855,925 

3,888,840 

15,684,390 
3,968,880 
22,449,937 
16,970 ,722 
2,217,660 

74,975.055 
93,544,680 
3,300,960 
8,176,328 
2,710,665 

2,994,600 
14,720,460 
8,622,412 
4,018,560 



$63,225 

41,435 
60,423 
38,215 
79,284 
74,266 

37,172 
55,289 
42,270 
44,787 
51,295 

57,684 
46,251 
47,799 
79,100 
65,451 

102,309 
59,826 
67,264 
41,671 
38,053 

106,548 
50,914 
54,630 

125,537 



$51,262,064 

606,736 
4,431,949 
5.643.221 
8,744.295 

531,317 

182,578 
1.074,459 
545,385 
769,552 
289,099 

1,311,218 
266,038 
1,555,204 
1,945,473 

210,358 

11,116.836 
8.110.851 
321.793 
493.793 
149.491 

462.420 
1.086,197 
682,672 
731,129 



$254,259,837 

3,009,411 
21,982,467 
27,990,376 
43,371,703 

2,635,332 

905,587 
5,329,317 
2,705,110 
3,816,978 
1,433,931 

6,503,641 
1,319,548 
7,713,812 
9,649,546 
1.043.376 

55.139,507 
40,229,821 
1,596,093 
2,449,213 
741,475 

2,293,603 
5.387,537 
3,386,053 
3,626,400 



$305,185,642 

7,094,259 
28,628,171 
73,903,131 
32,728,590 

2,301,100 

2.483,521 
8,079,715 
6,197,615 
8,038,947 
2,454,909 

9.180.749 
2,649,332 
14,736,125 
7,321,176 
1,174.284 

19,835,548 
53,314,859 
1,704,867 
5,727,115 
1.969.190 

700.997 
9,332,923 
5,236.359 

392,160 



$376.41 

484.48 
390.30 
500.46 
296.75 
321.64 

505.63 
415.76 
480.32 
467.86 
435.58 

403.89 
460.59 
452.92 
297.67 
365.37 

182.55 
393.26 
356.37 
483.31 
501.26 

161.52 
437.47 
419.03 
67.34 



$13,982,460 



13.982.460 



$430,630 
60.334 

669 



$319,598,732 



94 



37,294 



5.500 
193 



283 
286,267 
39,996 



7,154,59 
28,628,171 
87,885,591 
32,729.259 

2.301,100 



2,483,5211 

8,079,7151 

6,197,615] 

8,038.947 

2.454.909 

9.180.843 
2.649,332 
14,736,125 J 
7,312,176 i\ 
1,211,578 ' 

19,835.548 
53,320,359 
1,705,060 , 
5,727,115 I 
1,969,190 I 

700,997 
9,333,206 
5.522,626 

432,156 



I 



TABLE 



Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1978-79 




Local Unit 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977-78 


1978-79 




$9,979 


$10,432 


$10,881 


$11,390 


$12,004 


$13,102 


$14,507 


$15,227 


$16,088 


$16,941 


Allegany 


9,123 


9,646 


10,064 


10,299 


10,957 


11,794 


13,595 


14,225 


14,661 


15,998 


Anne Arundel 


9,247 


10,283 


11,101 


11,477 


11,721 


13,063 


14,196 


15,331 


16,553 


17,189 


Baltimore City 


* 


9,982 


9,968 


10,091 


10,325 


11,469 


12,890 


14,771 


15,040 


14,344 


Baltimore 


9,784 


10,677 


11,115 


11,984 


12,837 


14,117 


16,005 


16,348 


17,403 


19.160 


Calvert 


8,554 


9,934 


9,524 


10,514 


10,586 


11,597 


13,288 


14,176 


15,193 


16,017 


Caroline 


7,596 


8,240 


8,853 


9,292 


9,255 


10 , 500 


11,493 


11,777 


11,870 


12.227 


Carroll 


8,304 


9,343 


9,908 


9,603 


10,673 


11,477 


11,657 


12,616 


13,061 


13,712 


Cecil 


9,159 


9,543 


9,503 


10,288 


10,578 


11,509 


12,843 


12.692 


13,702 


13,828 


Charles 


8,641 


9,118 


9,816 


10,511 


11,835 


11,667 


13,042 


13.952 


14,653 


14,793 


Dorchester 


8,564 


8,768 


9,724 


10,230 


10,567 


11,087 


12.855 


13,615 


14,048 


16,451 


Frederick 


9,106 


9,542 


10,632 


11,171 


12,412 


12,733 


13.068 


12,484 


14,133 


15,230 


Garrett 


8,120 


8,165 


3,693 


8,900 


9,481 


10,067 


10,846 


11,374 


11,819 


13,375 


Harford 


8,633 


9,078 


10,084 


10,631 


11,745 


12,543 


13,205 


13,578 


14,080 


15.529 


Howard 


9,278 


10,576 


10,763 


10,898 


11,734 


13,082 


14,241 


14,464 


15,402 


16.800 


Kent 


7,780 


8,391 


8,493 


9,965 


10,384 


10,829 


11,858 


12,619 


11,899 


13.341 


Montgomery 


11.564 


12,005 


12,991 


13,872 


14,543 


15,859 


18,122 


17,905 


18,806 


20,351 


Prince George's 


10, 870 


10, 908 


11,537 


12,021 


12,627 


13,862 


15.177 


15,931 


17,445 


18,883 


Queen Anne ' s 


8,054 


8,493 


8,774 


9,463 


9,527 


11,040 


11.860 


13.108 


13,805 


14,537 


St. Mary's 


7,924 


8,513 


9,105 


9,258 


10,104 


11,059 


11.508 


12,701 


13,636 


14,301 


Somerset 


8,009 


7,808 


8,300 


8,329 


9,368 


9,783 


10,470 


11,114 


11,397 


13,327 


Talbot 


8,663 


9,029 


9,514 


9,628 


10,413 


10,911 


12,125 


11,613 


11,059 


12,066 


Washington 


9,489 


10,556 


10,296 


10,565 


11,390 


11,481 


13.235 


13.126 


14,071 


15,043 


Wicomico 


8,441 


8,522 


9,422 


9,790 


10,334 


11.319 


11.982 


12,547 


13.314 


14,493 


Worcester 


8,267 


8,940 


9,121 


9,547 


10,447 


11,464 


12,558 


13.232 


14,824 


16,600 



*Data not available. 



TABLE 

^ Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 



Local unit 


Total 


Elementary 


Middle 


Secondary 


Total 


Principals* 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals* 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals* 


Teachers 


Total 


Principals* 


Teachers 


Total State 


$16,956 


$27,414 


$16,426 


$16,810 


$27,561 


$16,196 


$15,387 


$24,948 


$14,897 


$17,367 


$27,703 


$16,910 


Allegany 


15,976 


22,478 


15,620 


15,588 


21,927 


15,276 


— 






16, 328 


22, 897 


15. 937 


Anne Arundel 


17,189 


28,093 


16,695 


16,879 


28, 318 


16, 337 


16,685 


26, 925 


16 , 140 


17 , 711 


28, 292 


16,126 


Baltimore City 


14,344 


24,396 


13,916 


14, 300 


24,458 


13. 841 


13,078 


I 


13,078 


14, 390 


24, 330 


13,989 


Baltimore 


19,160 


29,983 


18.519. 


18,878 


29,856 


18.025 








19,374 


30,142 


18.882 


Calvert 


16,017 


26,972 


15,503 


15,718 


25,643 


15.247 


16,324 


27.266 


15,435 


16,208 


30,174 


15.904 




12, 227 


31,046 


16,692 


12,040 


21. 203 


11. 748 








12 , 803 


43 , 350 


12,014 


Cecil 


14,493 


23,684 


14,001 


13.200 


22.628 


12.746 


10, 282 


23.684 


9,667 


20, 315 


25 , 066 


19, 980 


Charles 


14,793 


24,566 


14,353 


14,604 


24.480 


13,923 


14,866 


24.565 


14 , 477 


14, 863 


24 , 674 


14, 531 


Dorchester 


16.451 


22,718 


15,920 


16,297 


23.170 


15,666 


16,643 


22.631 


16,096 


16,511 


22.023 


16,124 


Frederick 


15,383 


24,600 


14,875 


15,097 


24,005 


14,547 


15,515 


25,692 


14 , 906 


15, 774 


25.035 


15, 392 


Garrett 


13,375 


19.163 


12,981 


13,838 


18,496 


13,407 


8.906 


19. 333 


8, 353 


15 , 898 


21.099 


15,672 


Harford 


15,529 


23,384 


15,130 


15.374 


21,187 


14, 982 


15,637 


26,858 


15,190 


15.669 


26. 277 


15 , 282 


Howard 


16,800 


26,453 


16,328 


16.606 


28,120 


16,054 


17,039 


25,161 


16,568 


16,880 


25.161 


16,531 


Kent 


13,341 


16,412 


13,111 


17,910 


21,006 


17,516 


15,213 


15,171 


15,217 


9,347 


8.319 


9,383 


Hon t gome ry 


20.351 


34,479 


19,626 


20,082 


36,181 


19,229 


20,094 


34,185 


19,482 


20,629 


33,310 


20,018 


Prince George's 


18,883 


29,779 


18,317 


18,947 


30,424 


18,264 








18.821 


28,949 


18,369 


Queen Anne ' s 


14,537 


22,513 


14,160 


13,291 


23,031 


12,782 


15,779 


21,732 


15,470 


14,763 


22,736 


14.470 


St. Mary's 


14,301 


21,982 


13,879 


14,063 


22,566 


13,615 


14,520 


21,566 


14,101 


14,498 


21,462 


14.116 


Somerset 


13,327 


18,456 


13,037 


13,450 


19,069 


13,119 








13.195 


17.740 


12,950 


Talbot 


12.066 


20,321 


11,618 


14,776 


20.364 


14,345 


7,648 


19,697 


7,288 


13.980 


20,625 


13,599 


Washington 


15,043 


23,458 


14,627 


14,602 


22,529 


14,148 


15,065 


23,092 


14,658 


15,645 


25,745 


15,261 


Wicomico 


14,493 


21,238 


14,036 


14,524 


20,321 


14,036 








14,464 


22,580 


14,036 


Worcester 


16,600 


20,901 


16,332 


16,445 


16,152 


16,465 


16,896 


23,893 


16,521 


16,484 


23,406 


16,038 



*Includes principals and assistant principals according to time spent in teaching and administrative responsibilities. 



Cost of School Transportation and Number of Pupils Transported: State of Maryland: 1978-79 



TABLE 

123 



XtOCdX Unxt 


Expenditures 


State Aid 


Pupils Transported 


















Per 




Pe r 








Total * 


Pupil 


T 

Ota 


Pup i- 1 


Number 


Per cen 


Total State 


$81,135,268 


$168 


$62,571,256 


$133 


471,689 


57.6 


All 

Allegany 


1,512,793 


179 


1,507,650 


178 


8,452 


57.7 


Anne Arundel 


7,610,364 


149 


6,070,127 


119 


50,939 


68. 7 


Baltimore City 


9,003, 110 


208 


7,336,826 


170 


43, 264 


29.4 


Baltimore 


8,733,820 


154 


7,055,905 


125 


56, 587 


52. 2 


Calvert 


/ 1,114,580 


144 


1,011, 131 


130 


7,758 


99. 9 


Caroline 


677,121 


153 


736,825 ■ 


166 


4,438 


91.2 


Carroll 


2,234,577 


117 


2 , 102 , 847 


110 


19,034 


92.8 


Cecil 


1,367,444 


127 


1,302,603 


121 


10, 742 


79.2 


cnar les 


2, 796,452 


169 


2,513,127 


152 


16 ,499 


86 .0 


Dorches ter 


/ 834,234 


194 


811,617 


189 


4 , 292 


78.0 


Frederick 


2,698,535 


141 


2,331,843 


122 


19,121 


79.4 


Garrett 


967 , 746 


179 


979,653 


181 


5,415 


97.0 


Harford 


3,017,737 


124 


2 , 760 , 967 


113 


24,430 


75.0 


Howard 


3,010, 159 


183 


2, 295,485 


140 


16,435 


61.6 


If on 


515, 913 


ZUD 


con QAQ 






7ft n 
/ o . u 


Montgomery 


10,690,222 


212 


6,640,237 


132 


50,373 


45.6 


Prince George's 


16,283,544 


209 


9,036,783 


116 


78,009 


58.1 


Queen Anne ' s 


828,029 


179 


786,187 


170 


4,631 


96.3 


St. Mary's 


1,653,441 


136 


1,593,745 


131 


12,175 


96.9 


Somerset 


580,821 


197 


561,795 


190 


2,952 


74.1 


Talbot 


470,267 


148 


461,667 


145 


3,175 


71.9 


Washington 


2,143,269 • 


132 


1,868,245 


115 


16,251 


74.7 


Wicomico 


/ 1,510,692 


153 


1,462,432 


148 


9,863 


77.3 


Worcester 


880,398 


202 


822,650 


189 


4,354 


74.9 



'^Increase from prior year reflect new reporting format which is incompatible with prior years. 
•/Indirect costs applicable to transportation were not available from reports submitted by the local unit. 



TABLE 



Number of Transportation Vehicles and Miles Travelled: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

124 



Local Unit 


Number of Vehicles 


Number of Miles Travelled 


Total 


Buses 


Other 
Vehicles* 


Total 


Average 'per 
Vehicle 


Contractor-Owned 


Publicly-Owned 


Total State 


4.983 


2, 559 


2 , 291 


133 


68,484,112 


13,761 


Allegany 


155 


129 


12 


14 


1,521,444 


9,816 


Anne Arundel 


453 


391 


54 


8 


6,760,530 


15,122 


Baltimore City 


305 


195 


79 


31 


2,035,555 


6,673 


Baltimore 


598 


62 


519 


17 


8,399,110 


14,045 


Calvert 


70 


65 




5 


1,465,619 


20, 937 


Caroline 


58 


DO 


2 


- 


837,606 


14,441 


\j a L L \J J. A. 


loJ 


179 


3 


1 


2,778,120 


15, 181 


Cecil 


117 


111 


6 


— 


1,612, 254 


13, 780 


Charles 


IOC 

185 


1/3 




6 


3 , 553, 294 


19,207 


Dorchester 




3 


63 


3 


1,011, 294 


14,656 


Frederick 


205 


79 


125 


1 


2,764,098 


13,483 


Vxd I. 1. C U L 


97 


86 




11 


1,281,946 


13, 216 


Harford 


251 


206 


45 


— 


3,105, 799 


12,373 


Howard 


201 


201 






3,007,730 


14,964 


Kent 


48 


41 


7 


_ 


615,495 


12,823 


Montgomery 


572 




552 


20 


7,75^,773 


13,566 


Prince George's 


755 


17 


733 


5 


10,985,071 


14,550 


Queen Anne ' s 


74 


64 


6 


4 


1,144,065 


15,460 


St. Mary's 


120 


110 


5 


5 


2,119,882 


17,666 


Somerset 


51 


50 




1 


616,716 


12,092 


Talbot 


44 


43 


1 




542,732 


12,335 


Washington 


166 


90 


75 


1 


2,051,865 


12,361 


Wicomico 


127 


127 






1,551,317 


12,215 


Worcester 


79 


79 






962,797 


12,187 



*Less than 12 capacity. 



TABLE 

Expenditures for Capital Outlay by Object: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 | ^ \ 







Current Expense Fund 




School Construction 


Fund 






Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 
Capital 
Outlay 


Total 


Sites & 
Si te 

Improve- 
ments 


Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Rsniod6l~ 
ing 


Addition- 
al Equip- 
ment 


Total 


Sites & 
Site 

Improve- 
ments 


Buildings 

and 
Building 
Additions 


Remodeling 


Additional 
Equipment 


Food 
Service 
Equipment 


Total State 


$106,650,681 


$10,182,904 


$482,752 


$550,565 


$566,363 


>8, 583. 224 


595.879,022 


53.680,006 


572,384.774 


$11,391,012 


$8,423,230 


$588,755 


Allegany 
Anne Arxindel 

iJd X I. XUIL/ 1. C V'-LLy 

Baltimore 
Calvert 


3.081,341 
2,957,398 

1ft Q 9 7 9 

3,805.557 
400,800 


446 . 126 
874.427 
977.617 
760.364 
266.018 


26 762 

23,071 
16,989 


258 398 
134.858 


147,009 


lOU , 7DD 

727.418 
977.617 
737.293 
114.171 


2,631,551 
1,855.622 
17,854,619 
3.045.193 
133.804 


8,570 
57,317 
433,215 
348,869 


2,375.817 
54,830 
13.653.052 
2,181.510 


28 , 000 
868,552 
2,026,695 
4,350 
131,861 


219,164 
874,923 
1.741,657 
510,464 
1,943 


3,664 
227.349 
95.020 

978 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1,135,307 
3,370,555 
1 iOQ IfiA 

i. , . JCt 

5,933.657 
1.456.335 


180.671 
225.168 
200.870 
400.708 
77,673 


30, 856 
167,744 


23 . 253 
10.124 


29 438 


97 124 
225,168 
200,870 
222,840 

77,673 


948,937 
3,129,527 
1. 154,035 
5,500,066 
1,378.662 


46,352 
432,706 
200,803 


923,925 
3,083,175 

622,613 
4,296,638 


87.214 
4.164 
1.378.662 


25,012 

11,502 
998.461 


5,699 
15,860 
54,459 
32,883 


Frederick 
Garrett 

nd L X O L u 

Howard 
Kent 


10.176.303 
995.228 

C QQQ CI 7 

7.207.156 
67.084 


935,607 
154! 967 
102.510 
563.332 
44.284 


82 762 
(3*084) 


64 462 
29,819 

29.651 


376 385 
5,997 


A1 1 QQR 

122,235 
102.510 
533,681 
44.284 


9.232.100 
825.799 
5.796,007 
6.636.997 
15.380 


0£ Q/. 1 

J JO , ytf i 

544,889 
670,399 
15,380 


1 Q c On/ 
, z9d, 894 

825.799 

4.442,156 

5,966,598 


273.325 


325.940 
808,962 


8.596 
14,462 

6,827 
7,420 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mai-y's 
Somerset 


11.708.441 
11.504,317 
2.357.945 
2,562.415 
619.012 


1.167.360 
1.217.925 

89,053 
661,869 

25,190 


113.243 




900 
6,634 


1,167.360 
1.217.925 

89,053 
547,726 

18,556 


10.514,309 
10 , 244 , 246 
2,268,892 
1.895,664 
593,822 


502,469 
34,604 
17,492 

30,000 


4.059,307 
9,336.443 
2,117,234 
1,255,101 
562,367 


4,986.785 

9 7 Aft! 


965,748 

134,166 
640,563 
1,455 


26.772 
4,882 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


1.682.875 
4.300,244 
2,249.316 
2.844.258 


115,918 
354,671 
208,401 
132,175 


23,409 
1,000 






115.918 
331,262 
207.401 
132.175 


1,564,521 
3,910,312 
2,040.915 
2.708.042 




3,633,056 
1,991,217 
2,708,042 


1,563,367 
10,556 


1,154 
277.256 
39.142 


2.436 
35.261 

4.041 



TABLE 

1 Value of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 




Middle 


Jr. -Sr. High 


Total 
Value 


Average 
per Pupil 


Elementary 


Total State* 


? J ,447 ,4oo, 767 


$5, 380. 32 


$1,348,170,576 


$273,112,076 


$1,768,651,872 


Allegany/ 


113,387,743 


8,030.59 


36,520,746 


- 


74,492,285 


Anne Arundel/ 


350,233,000 


4,867.02 


111,403,000 


32,604.000 


192,036,000 


Baltimore City 


XT / A 
N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


N /A 


Baltimore/ 


674 , 042 , 635 


5,446.93 


284,192,351 


12,171,852 


364,673,225 


Calvert 


40,075,018 


5,402.47 


14,984,655 


7,796,715 


17,293,548 


Caroline 


36,945,568 


7,945.80 


14,969,580 


7,156,213 


14,819,775 


Carroll 


111,348,614 


5,714.73 


42,958,763 




58,389,851 


Cecil 


71 , 521 , 522 


5,690.36 


25,025,323 


14,762,830 


31 733 369 


Charles 


122 , 536 , 500 


7, 242.45 


51,455,330 


23,281,935 


47,789,235 


Dorchester 


29,625,000 


5,562.13 


10,956,000 


5,795,000 


12,854,000 


Frederick 


102,034,734 


4,497.10 


39,029,048 


- 


63,005,685 


Garrett 


28,773,967 


5,193.86 


11,358,628 


7,961,256 


9,454,083 


Harford 


168, 958,824 


5, 304 . 70 


62,741,284 


37,544,140 


58,673,400 


Howard/ 


140,875,600 


5,647.40 


49,222,100 


31,650,500 


57,321,000 


Kent 


21,467,552 


7,094.87 


9,468,205 


4,422,580 


7,576,867 


Montgomery/ 


367,974,729 


3,537.41 


136,287,088 


17,793,162 


188,592,156 


Prince George's 


723,815,518 


5,620.74 


321,526,226 




402,289,292 


Queen Anne's 


24,189,923 


5,218.29 


8,830,329 


7,556,574 


7,803,020 


St. Mary's 


64,010,357 


5,437.92 


26,606,595 


15,590,977 


21,812,785 


Somerset 


21,843,757 


6,033.19 


6,999,755 


3,833,836 


11,010,156 


Talbot 


33,611,000 


8,190.41 


9,179,000 


8,047,000 


15,385,000 


Washington 


97,001,568 


4,635.56 


36,657,684 


24,912,854 


35,431,020 


Wicomico 


59,474,221 


5,663.60 


27,852,303 




41,521,918 


Worcester 


33,741,316 


6,039.47 


9,926,583 


10,220,642 


13,594,091 



*Excludes Data for Baltimore City not available at time of publication. 
/Includes administration buildings. 



TABLE 

Statistics About Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness*: June 30, 1979 | 'j M 



Local Unit 




School Bonded Indebtedness as of June 


30, 1979 




Assessed 
Valuation 
per Dollar 
of School 
Donacu j-ii 
debtedness 


Interest 
Payments 


Total 


County • 

Bonds 


State 
Loan 


As Percent 

of Assessed 
Valuation 


Amount 


Per Pupil 
Belonging 


Total State 




!? oOU . Oi 


$548,765,265 


(^TZI con 1/"7 

S 76 , 5o^ , ^47 


1 . 9 


$ 53 


$37.74 


Allegany 


2,143,889 


151.84 


1,690,000 


453,889 


0.5 


209 


6.11 


Anne Arundel 


52,319,637 


727.06 


47,073,000 


5,246,637 


2.0 


51 


36.28 


Baltimore City 


184,995,795 


1,312.80 


153,010,548 


oi noi: o/. "7 


5 . 3 


19 


03. oi 


Baltimore 


80 , Oo5 ,019 


771. 72 


67,836,000 


12,849,019 


1.5 


65 


34.78 


Calvert 


2,777,591 


374.44 


2,515,000 


262,591 


0.3 


294 


23.70 


Caroline 


1,936,472 


416.47 


1,805,000 


131,472 


1.7 


58 


20.46 


Carroll 


7,099,018 


364.34 


5,819,481 


1,279,537 


9.6 


104 


20.50 


Cecil 


3,796,642 


302.07 


3,700,000 


96 , 642 


i . U 


95 


O . DO 


Charles 


9,649,540 


570.33 


8,400,000 


1,249,540 


1.4 


72 


29.63 


Dorchester 


1,643,480 


308.57 


1,595,000 


48,480 


0.8 


128 


10.72 


Frederick 


14,740,553 


649.68 


13,605,000 


1,135,553 


1.7 


58 


- 


Garrett 


25,000 


N/A 


25,000 


N/A 


N/A 


N/A 


0.20 


Harford 


?1 637 813 


679. 35 


19,487,450 


o 1 t:r> Q £ "3 
Z , 1 jU , JO J 


2 . 1 


47 


jl . Oh 


Howard 


15,014,631 


601.90 


13,957,399 


1,057,232 


1.2 


85 


31.64 


Kent 


263,550 


87.10 




263,550 


0.2 


521 


31.06 


Montgomery 


90,615,302 


871.10 


86,021,459 


4,593,843 


1.2 


87 


41.07 




107,219,985 


832.61 


95,263,000 


11,956,985 


2.1 


47 


39.92 


Queen Anne's 


1,647.848 


355.48 


1,647,848 




0.7 


134 


13.48 


St. Mary's 


1,282,827 


108.98 


500,000 


782,827 


0.4 


284 


5.43 


Somerset 


637,752 


176.15 


596,376 


41,376 


0.6 


166 


8.55 


Talbot 


2,462,237 


600.00 


2,240,000 


222,237 


0.8 


118 


27.60 


Washington 


12,377,510 


591.51 


12,114,998 


262,512 


1.7 


58 


23.29 


Wicomico 


7,562,706 


616.52 


7,562,706 




1.5 


65 


27.85 


Worcester 


2,812,715 


503.46 


2,300,000 


512,715 


0.5 


202 


21.51 



*Includes general school construction loans. 



TABLE 

I Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1969-70 - 1978-79 



Local Unit 


1969-70 


1970-71 


1971-72 


1972-73 


1973-74 


1974-75 


1975-76 


1976-77 


1977-78 


1978-79 


Total State 


$15,894,206 


$17,135,058 


$19,904,730 


$19,810,228 


$21,865,878 


$22,930,164 


$25,936,461 


$28,625,535 


$31,380,009 


$32,897,724 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


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 


411,204 
2,200,603 
3,443,744 
4,628,452 

504,054 


431,895 
2,487,858 
3.447,571 
4,945,486 

742,185 


447,023 
2,657,273 
3,464,838 
5,247,750 

816,707 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


54,775 
?75,529 
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 


92,531 
589,517 
297,976 
563,109 
171,367 


99,563 
667,757 
324,965 
636,167 
187,697 


112,707 
737,453 
361,960 
696,052 
210,433 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


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 


699,744 
168,109 
875,335 
1,041,494 
117,062 


767,736 
189,660 
451,405 
1,272,655 
127,223 


861,764 
206,449 
1,011,999 
1,282,739 
137,283 


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


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 

114,923 
180,558 
67,025 


4,665,026 

122,250 
206,272 
73,553 


5,211,505 

147,422 
249,776 
84,186 


5,847,490 

168,259 
285,234 
92,293 


6,426,660 

111 AR7 

189,880 
329,217 
99,501 


6,857,692 

D ) U JZ y Z JZ 

220,332 
363,924 
105,987 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


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 


234,460 
630,687 
423,589 
501,532 


269,468 
680,207 
456,837 
536,729 


289,734 
713,620 
492,292 
569,481 



TABLE 

1978-79 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland ^ 

(Thousands of Dollars) I ^ 





Total 


County Commissioners 




Local Unit 


Assessable at 
r u -L 1 Ka t e 
(Thousands) 


Total 


Real Estate 
6/30/79 


Personal 
Property 


Other 


Total State 


$32,897,724 


$27,055,499 


$26,881,873 


$173,626 


$5,842,225 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


447,023 
2,657,273 
3,464,838 
5,247,750 

816,707 


295,417 
2,289,964 
2,571,766 
4,355,413 

269,383 


286,413 
2,281,611 
2,544,075 
4,336,602 

268,087 


9,004 
8,353 
27,691 
18,811 
1,296 


151,606 
367,309 
893,072 
892,337 
547,324 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


112,707 

361,960 
696,052 
210,433 


87,204 
612,138 
305,717 
461,861 
150,318 


86,583 
609,752 
303,717 
459,800 
148,343 


621 

2,386 
2,000 
2,061 
1,975 


25,503 
125,315 

56,243 
234,191 

60,115 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


861,764 
206,449 
1,011,999 
1,282,739 
137,283 


745,390 
141,371 
841,571 
1,129,257 
112,288 


745.390 
137.828 
837,416 
1,127,105 
112,288 


3,543 
4,155 
2,152 


116,374 
65,078 
170,428 
153,482 
24,995 


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


7,857,692 
5,032,232 
220,332 
363,924 
105,987 


6,101,417 
4,314,334 
196,015 
317,103 
84,068 


6,069,609 
4,298,744 
196,015 
313.761 
82,544 


31,808 
15,590 

3,342 
1.524 


756,275 
717,898 
24,317 
46,821 
21,919 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


289,734 
713,620 
492,292 
569,481 


270,198 
537,396 
374,608 
491,302 


270,198 
528,523 
368,823 
468,646 


8,873 
5,785 
22,656 


19,536 
176,224 
117,684 

78,179 



Source: Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation. 

*Includes public utility property and shares, and tangible personal domestic and foreign 



TABLE 

130 



Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 
Assessable at Full 
Rate 
( Thoussnds ) 


Number 

of 
Pupils 
Be longing* 


Wealth 
per 
Pupil 


Population 
1978/ 


Wealth 
per 
Capita 


Total State 


$3'',897,724 


781,675.8 


$42,086 


4,165,600 


$7,897.48 


Allegany 


447,023 


14,119.6 


31,660 


80,600 


5,546.19 


Anne Arundel 


2,657,273 


71,960.4 


36,927 


364,400 


7,292.19 


Baltimore City 


O I.e./, Q 1 Q 


1 /. A 1 £ O 

140 ,916.0 


24 , 587 


794,000 


4 , 363. 78 


Baltimore 


5.247,750 


104.552.5 


50,192 


642,500 


8,167.70 


Calvert 


816,707 


7.417.9 


110,099 


31,300 


26,092.88 


Caroline 


112,707 


4.649.7 


24,240 


22,500 


5,009.20 


Carroll 


737,453 


19,484.5 


37,848 


91,500 


8,059.60 


Ceci 1 


-3oi , ybu 


12 , 568. 9 


28 , 798 


55, 900 


6 ,475. 13 


Charles 


696,052 


16,919.2 


41,140 


67,300 


10,342.53 


Dorchester 


210,433 


5,326. 2 


39,509 


30,900 


6,810.13 


Frederick 


861,764 


22,689.0 


37,982 


106,400 


8,099.25 


Garrett 


206,449 


5,540.0 


37,265 


26,100 


7,909.92 


Harford 


1 All n fin 
i , Oil , 999 


11 o CA Q 


31,773 


147 , 200 


6,874.99 


Howard 


1,282,739 


24,945.2 


51,422 


116,800 


10,982.35 


Kent 


137, 283 


3,025.8 


45,371 


16,500 


8,320.18 


Montgomery 


6,857,692 


104,023.8 


65,924 


579,300 


11,837.89 


Prince George's 


5, 032 , 232 


128 , 775. 8 


39 077 


669 400 

O U 7 , ^ VJ V 


7 517.53 


Queen Anne ' s 


220,332 


4,635.6 


4 7,530 


23,200 


9,497.07 


St. Mary's 


363,924 


11,771.1 


30,917 


53,800 


6,764.39 


Somerset 


105.987 


3.620.6 


29,273 


20,100 


5.272.99 


Talbot 


289.734 


4.103.7 


70,603 


26,300 


11,016.50 


Washington 


713,620 


20.925.1 


34,104 


109,900 


6,493.36 


Wicomico 


492,292 


12,266.8 


40,132 


61,500 


8,004.75 


Worcester 


569,481 


5,586.8 


101,933 


28,200 


20,194.36 



*Half-t ini8 kindergarten pupils are expressed in full-time equivalents , 

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



TABLE 



SuDHnary Of Income and Revenue for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 




Cash Income ' Other Income 







1 
1 


Federal Reimbursement 






















1 School Lunch Program 




1 












Local Unit 


Total 
Cash 
Income 


Federal 
Reim- 
burse- 
ment 


1 

j Total 
; School 
Lunch 


Free and 
Reduced 
Lunches 
Only 


Other 
Lunches 


Special 

Milk 
Program 


School 
Break- 
fast 
Program 


State 
Reim- 
burse- 
ment 


Children's 
Payments 


All 
Other 
Income* 


Nonfood 
Assist- 
ance 


Value of 
U.S.D.A. 

Commo— 
ditiesi' 


Total State 


$183,926,761 


533,959,961 


$29,734,392 


$19,104,623 


$10,629,769 


$2,138,736 


$2,086,833 


$4,517,808 


$25,275,807 


$74,862,949 


$255,641 


511,094,634 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


4.585,592 
11,523,151 
58,759,047 
15,646,241 

1,633,521 


1,041,230 
2,144.339 
11,527,249 
2,024,026 
343,083 


790,414 
1,804,368 
10,983.445 
1.717.577 

328.953 


517,825 
900,121 
8,865.219 
831.791 
208.654 


272,589 
904.247 
2,118,226 
885,786 
120.299 


44,122 
284,864 
193,787 
306,449 

14,130 


206,694 
55,107 
350,017 


79,007 
118.878 
2.105.943 
200.652 

49,036 


654,480 
2.537,334 

886,893 
3.389.760 

245,130 


1,436,315 
3,622,780 
31,860,007 
5,655,505 
531.022 


821 
95,779 
3,949 


332,509 
955,481 
755.927 
2.352,272 
118,218 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1,335,682 
2,938,792 
2,558,945 
4,083,395 
1,699,052 


277,100 
492,504 
528,155 
837,958 
394,533 


222.156 
404.422 
433,612 
696,096 
291,020 


134.816 
160.814 
260.808 
419.458 
208.678 


87.340 
243.608 
172.804 
276,638 

82,342 


4,501 
68,112 
44,722 
60.405 
14.808 


50,443 
19.970 
49.821 
81.457 
88,705 


37,175 
21.588 
68.096 
108.099 
58.723 


165,700 
716,486 
427,349 
765,361 
125,933 


451.534 
970.084 
853.223 
1,273,023 
640,226 


1,204 
3.826 
16.549 
4.635 
6,782 


125,869 
241,800 
137,418 
256.361 
78,322 


Frederick. 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


4,526,531 
4,464,878 
6,306,923 
3,393,232 
733,341 


823,430 
437,857 
1,195,611 
524,173 
136,547 


715,219 
370,874 
929,334 
403.776 
128.945 


360.458 
244,440 
487,639 
175,564 
84.506 


354,761 
126,434 
441,695 
228,212 
44,439 


63.241 
13.086 
108.525 
90.153 
7,602 


44,970 
53,897 
157,752 
30,244 


92.984 
64,168 
139.378 
47.255 
19,920 


996,516 
199,901 
1,254,244 
913.954 
94.900 


1,452,344 
3,220,117 
1.987,792 
1,115,905 
290,890 


4,129 
1,090 
26,853 
2,209 


333.698 
103.888 
507.434 
265,563 
54,537 


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


17,490,277 
27,177,549 
1.025,751 
3,639,848 
1,270,337 


2,693,797 
5,385,109 
221,950 
778,795 
316,918 


2,127,706 
4,673,105 
175,162 
598,650 
273.584 


935,656 
2,602,187 
106,435 
417,472 
201,611 


1,192,050 
2,070,918 

68,727 
181,178 

71,973 


283,368 
328,994 
20,154 
38,933 
8,683 


282.723 
383,010 

26.634 
141.212 

34,651 


266,099 
665,549 

27,779 
115.377 

50,919 


4.179,422 
5,539,684 
165,376 
364,884 
81,183 


6.067.681 
8.354,905 

314.376 
1.343.801 

443,069 


33,711 
30.556 
9.721 


1,555,770 
1,816,637 
64,599 
258,196 
61.330 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


796,806 
4,692,138 
2,207.190 
1,438,542 


157.202 
929.310 
428.589 
320.496 


150.021 
838.789 
373.727 
303,437 


84,264 
498.848 
190.139 
207.220 


65,757 
339,941 
183,588 

96,217 


7,181 
67,036 
48,821 
17,059 


23,485 
6,041 


4,025 
122,879 
5,776 

48,503 


144,311 
849,545 
450,606 
126,855 


271,312 
1,447,580 
716,333 
543.125 


2.698 
11,129 


60.056 
402.385 
177.297 

79,067 



*Includes income from a la carte and adult sales, 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 

132 



Expenditures for School Food Service Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 





Total 






All Utner 


Local Unit 


Expenditures 


Food 


Labor 


Expenditures 






Total State 


92,551,319 


36,599,095 


39, 597 ,393 


1/" IC/ oil 

16 , 354 ,831 


Allegany 


2,466, 366 


1, 119, 150 


934 , 560 


412,656 


Anne Arundel 


6,146,207 


3,073,962 


1 , 980,604 


1,091,641 


Baltimore City 


17,790,237 


5,590,340 


8,487,428 


3,712,469 


Baltimore 


10,946,132 


3,957,076 


4,755,377 


2,233,679 


Calvert 


852,802 


400,433 


278,848 


173,521 


Caroline 


767,457 


322,909 


307,941 


136,607 


Carroll 


1,795,718 


768,997 


773, 781 


252,940 


Cecil 


1,421,288 


608,664 


561,401 


251,223 


Charlds 


2,379,317 


952,416 


1,078,718 


348,183 


Dorchester 


781,449 


359, 189 


299,570 


122,690 


Frederick 


2, 965,422 


1,292,089 


1,267,118 


406 , 215 


Garrett 


1,091,292 


509, 224 


395,969 


186,099 


Harford 


3,507,675 


1,625,010 


1,380,756 


501,909 


Howard 


2,489,621 


1,053,258 


836,200 


600,163 


Kent 


378,993 


177,120 


132,496 


69, 377 


Montgomery 


12,085,468 


4,701,343 


5,399,315 


1,984,810 


Prince George* s 


ID ,j/x,iyj 


£ /. 7 1 10^ 
,H /i , IZ J 


1 Ann ft OA 


Z , Dy 7 , Z.H z 


Queen Anne ' s 


671,393 


337,596 


236,921 


96,876 


St. Mary's 


1,708,613 


637,398 


809,252 


261,963 


Somerset 


562,707 


302,957 


158,077 


101,673 


Talbot 


424,761 


233,716 


147,869 


43,176 


Washington 


2,603,617 


1,056,875 


1,204,036 


342,706 


Wicomico 


1,352,090 


672,025 


491,175 


188,890 


Worcester 


791,501 


376,223 


279,155 


136,123 



TABLE 

Meals Served in School Food Services Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 1 



Local Unit 


National School Lunch Program* 


School 


Breakfast Program/ 




School Milk 
P r o g r 3in~N uinb 6 r 

of h Pints 
of Milk Served 


Free 


Reduced 
Price 


Paid 


Free 


Reduced 
Price 


Paid 


Total State 


22,706,089 


5.260,834 


40,401,333 


3,303,998 


589,344 


736.800 


30.422.542 


Allegany 


499,110 


277,954 


975,711 


280,461 


88,450 


107,888 


646 , 204 


Anne Arundel 


942.505 


395.671 


4,476,096 


103,427 


27,256 


22,970 


3,212,325 


Baltimore City 


11,603,113 


1,185,376 


840,501 


641,044 


12,861 


999 


2,864,407 


Baltimore 


822,922 


419,608 


4,453,196 








4,531,978 


Calvert 


255,660 


47.944 


470,291 








200,596 


Caroline 


167,592 


28.147 


365,864 


84,359 


8. 360 


9,232 


66,686 


Carroll 


163.470 


76.617 


1,327,292 


27,163 


8,124 


27,733 


1,004,127 


Cecil 


287.877 


96,910 


726,674 


80,606 


11,641 


14,813 


624.928 


Charles 


489,696 


124.579 


1,164,787 


126.508 


21,729 


24.943 


886,732 


Dorchester 


261,171 


41.676 


226.858 


145,861 


17,433 


16.746 


189,050 


Frederick 


400,388 


130,734 


1.750,572 


78,822 


6,811 


31.290 


936,429 


Garrett 


267,773 


93,275 


452,457 


77.784 


19,586 


21,983 


175,210 


Harford 


525,346 


195,747 


2,117,433 


252.577 


44,723 


92,125 


1,598,536 


Howard 


189,446 


70,092 


1,208,141 


45.977 


11.430 


33,076 


1,326,403 


Kent 


101,712 


21,595 


162,533 








112,332 


Montgomery 


998.570 


385.844 


6,281,855 


432,980 


103,772 


175.115 


4,183,203 


Prince George's 


2,747,489 


1.111.439 


9,461,647 


566,098 


139,487 


93.357 


4,846,486 


Queen Anne's 


127,880 


27,324 


286,650 


42,539 


5,761 


20.478 


282,058 


St. Mary's 


451,617 


165,516 


547.504 


216,148 


45,980 


23,856 


567,469 


Somerset 


256,732 


35,097 


171.137 


54,429 


8.508 


10,778 


121,803 


Talbot 


108,439 


14,189 


300,442 








105,167 


Washington 


507,686 


238,196 


1,440,647 


37.002 


6.204 


6,201 


969,168 


Wicomico 


265,608 


41,484 


873,941 


10,213 


1.228 


3,217 


718,983 


Worcester 


264.287 


35,820 


319,104 








252,262 



*Number of lunches served. 



/Number of breakfasts served. 



TABLE 

134 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 
Secondary Programs for Regular Students by Part of Act 



1978-79 







Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 


Subpart 5 - 


Consumer and Homemaking 


Local Unit 


Total 


Total 


Vocational 


Place- 


Adminis- 


Other 


Total 


Vocational 


Ancillary 








Programs 


ment 


tration 






Programs 


Services 


Total State 


A07 ClI'X 


$45,771,074 


$43, 918, 105 


$3, 163 


$1,705,238 


$144 . 568 


$10,666,361 


$iU , 52(5 . Do'i 


$139,677 


Allegany 


1,460.096 


1,435,327 


1,432,927 




800 


1 , 600 








Anne Arundel 




4,531,608 ■ 


4 ,454 , 932 






76 , 676 


1,402,533 


1 9 Q ^ n^L 7 


17 /.Ca 


Baltimore City 


7,358,548 


7,028,091 


6,307,382 


3, 163 


716, 912 


634 


3,571 




3, 571 


Baltimore 


7,281,046 


4,821,333 


4 ,651 , 310 




159.025 


10 , 998 


2.199,919 


T ICQ til 




Calvert 


545,688 


514,558 


460,963 


I 


53,195 


400 


- 






Caroline 


314,501 


o o c r 1 r\ 

285 , 539 


O C O "TOO 

252 . 7oo 




32. 551 


200 


- 






Carroll 


^ J J , / 


950, 579 


949.369 






1 , 210 








Cecil 


816,121 


782, 184 


781.079 






1 , 105 


- 




<- 


Charles 


1,252,319 


897 , 161 


896.361 






800 


344,552 


/. A ceo 




Dorchester 


529,850 


521,224 


520.024 


I 


I 


1,200 


- 




_ 


Frederick 


1,691,015 


1,674,684 


1.616.164 


~ 


58. 520 


~ 


- 






Gar ret t 




405, 528 


378 .419 




26 . 709 


400 








Harford 


1,478,931 


1 ,460, 908 


1.373.786 




86,472 


650 


- 






Howard 


2,139,553 


1 , DZX , DO J 


1 ^^^^ 






1 / , / DO 


406,833 




7ft ILL 


Kent 


276,685 


268,355 


246.783 




21.372 


200 


- 






Montgomery 


10,557,118 


7,244.106 


7,234,569 




6.020 


3,517 


3,301,118 


3,301,118 




Prince George's 


9,475,581 


6,470,278 


6,433,002 




32.276 


5,000 


2,970,548 


2,970,548 




Queen Anne ' s 


446,792 


426,695 


363,576 




61,919 


1,200 








St. Mary's 


812,528 


771,462 


697,001 




73.761 


700 








Somerset 


369,745 


366,514 


335,423 




30.791 


300 








Talbot 


472,135 


418,224 


417,924 






300 


37.287 


37,287 




Washington 


1,650,974 


1,640.249 


1,640,249 














Wicomico 


870,243 


840,358 


714,669 




124.589 


1,100 








Worcester 


419,231 


394.446 


375,824 






18,622 









Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Secondary Programs for Regular Students by Part of Act (continued) 



• Subpart 3 - Program Improvement 



Local Unit 


Total 


Research 


Curriculum 


Exemplary 


Guidance 


Teacher 
Training 


Sex-B las 
Grants 


A.dminis- 
tration 


Evaluation 


Total State 


$1,189,638 


$2,344 


$17,738 


$6,937 


$819,561 


$254,063 


$3,982 


$64,904 


$20,109 


Allegany 


24,769 


_ 


_ 


_ 


24,069 


500 


_ 


200 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


18,659 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18,659 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Baltimore City 


326,886 


_ 


12,245 


_ 


287.909 


9,612 


3,400 


13,720 


_ 


Baltimore 


259,794 


- 


- 


4,755 


26,766 


228,018 


- 


- 


* 255 


Calvert 


31, 130 








31,130 










Caroline 


28,962 


_ 


_ 


_ 


28,762 


_ 


_ 


200 


_ 


Carroll 


4,638 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,185 


1,453 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Cecil 


33,937 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32,047 


1,890 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Charles 


10,606 


- 


- 


- 


9,786 


820 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


8,626 








8,626 










Frederick 


16,331 


1,500 


493 


2,000 


4,677 


5,473 


_ 


2,188 


_ 


Garrett 


94,828 


_ 


_ 


_ 


81,290 


_ 


_ 


13,538 


_ 


Harford 


18,023 


- 


- 


- 


17,153 


- 


- 


870 


- 


Howard 


111,057 




5,000 




64,244 


1,705 


400 


19,854 


19,854 


Kent 


8,330 








7,334 






996 




Montgomery 


11,894 








11,137 






757 




Prince George's 


34,755 








26,686 






8,069 




Queen Anne ' s 


20,097 








20,097 










St. Mary's 


41,066 








37,354 






3,712 




Somerset 


3,231 








2,431 






800 




Talbot 


16,624 






182 


11,668 


4,592 


182 






Washington 


10,725 








10,725 










Wicomico 


29,885 


844 






29,041 










Worcester 


24,785 








24,785 











♦Baltimore County Planning. 



TABLE 

134 



TABLE 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
I J Secondary Programs for Disadvantaged Students by Part of Act 









Subpart 2 - 


Basic Grant 






Subpart 5 - Consumer 




















and Homemaking 


Local Unit 


Total 


Total 


Vocational 


Work 


Place- 


Adminis- 


Other 


Total 


Vocational 


Ancillary 








Programs 


Study 


ment 


tration 






Programs 


Services 


iOLdX OLdLc 




S9 081 ?33 


$8,449,007 


$41,490 


$40,000 


$531,638 


$19,098 


$5,465,822 




$89 290 


Allegany 


396,091 




- 


- 


- 


- 




396,091 








68 , 493 


61 , 193 


44,741 


- 






16,452 


— 






Baltimore City 


5,565,000 


2,523,131 


1,963,090 


5,300 


40,000 


512,586 


2,155 


2,607,323 




70 037 


Baltimore 


3,360,562 


3,321,730 


3,321,730 


— 


- 


- 


- 








Calvert 


162,607 


40,521 


40,521 




- 


- 


- 


122,086 


122.086 


- 


Caroline 


135,752 


29,816 


29,816 


- 


- 


- 




97,154 


97 154 




\y O L L \J J- X. 


132,645 


130, 754 


130,654 


— 






100 








Cecil 


241,693 


19,860 


19,860 




- 


- 




195 ,461 






Charles 


72,583 


72,425 


72,425 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Dorchester 


117,573 


16,579 


16,559 




- 


- 


20 


98, 721 


98,721 


- 


Frederick 


347,632 


34,593 


34,593 


- 


- 


- 


- 


313,039 


9QO 07 
zyo , U / J 


14 964 




72 010 




- 


— 








71,906 


A7 AT 7 


4 289 


Harford 


349,943 


20,778 


20,778 


- 


- 


- 


- 


328,559 


TOO t;cQ 




Howard 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 






- 


Kent 


80,224 


23,193 


23,193 


: 


- 


- 


- 


48,937 


48,937 




Montgomery 


2,051,162 


2,034,248 


2,034,248 
















Prince George's 


356,014 


344,899 


344,899 
















Queen Anne's 


104,328 


95.914 


76,862 






19,052 










St. Mary's 


314,797 


74,509 


74,409 








100 


228,537 


228,537 




Somerset 


129,319 


59,080 


22,890 


36,190 








70,155 


70,155 




Talbot 






















Washington 


725,073 


121,739 


121,568 








171 


598,928 


598,928 




Wicomico 


226,741 


56,271 


56,171 








100 


168,298 


168,298 




Worcester 


120,627 














120,627 


120,627 





Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Secondary Programs for Disadvantaged Students by Part of Act (continued) 



TABLE 

135 







Subpart 3 - Program Improvement 




























Subpart 4- 


Local Unit 


To ta 1 


Guidance 


Teacher 


Administration 


Special 








Training 




Programs 


Total State 


$235,78-!, 


$186,090 


$41, 254 


$8,440 


$348,030 


Allegany 


- 






- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


7,300 


2,918 


4,382 








124 592 


116,152 




8 440 


309 954 


D cl X L J.mU £ c 


38 832 


17,660 


21,172 






Cfll VGr t 












Caroline 


8,782 


8,782 




- 


- 


Carroll 


1,891 


1,891 




- 




Cecil 


236 


236 






26 , 136 


unaries 


± JO 


158 


_ 






Dorches cer 


2, 273 


2.273 


- 






Frederick 


- 






- 


- 


Garrett 


104 


104 


_ 


- 


- 


Har f ni-H 

ndL L u ru 


606 


606 


_ 






Hr*ua rH 






- 






Kent 


36 


36 






8,058 


Montgomery 


16,914 


10,364 


6,550 






Prince George's 


11,115 


1,965 


9,150 






Queen Anne ' s 


4,532 


4,532 






3,882 


St. Mary's 


11,751 


11,751 








Somerset 


84 


84 








Talbot 












Washington 


4,406 


4,406 








Wicomico 


2,172 


2,172 








Worcester 













TABLE 

136 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 
Secondary Programs for Handicapped Students by Part of Act 



1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 


Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 


Total 


Vocational 
Programs 


Work 
Study 


Adminis- 
traion 


Other 


Total State 


$3,607,543 


$3,441,415 


$3,188,421 






$242 , 287 


$10, 707 


Allegany 


- 


- 












Anne Arundel 


57,220 


54,812 


53,166 








1,646 


Baltimore City 


1,083,543 


1,005,950 


792,974 






210, 576 


2,400 


Baltimore 


785,654 


765,498 


745,679 






19,359 


460 


Calvert 


40,521 


40,521 


40,521 










Caroline 


49,819 


49,340 


49,340 










Carroll 


63,510 


61,667 


61,667 










Cecil 


27,980 


27,980 


27,980 




- 


— 




Charles 


64,010 


62,424 


62,424 






I 




Dorchester 


21,255 


19,267 


19,167 








100 


Frederick 


32,042 


32,042 


32,042 






— 




Garrett 


2, 751 


2,664 






— 




2,664 


Harford 


100 


100 










100 


Howard 


54,100 


48, 258 


34,955 






IZ f DDL 




Kent 
















Montgomery 


480,083 


478,642 


478,156 








486 


Prince George ' s 


266,449 


253,381 


251,781 








1,600 


Queen Anne's 
















St. Mary's 


132,648 


120,796 


120,696 








100 


Somerset 


35,329 


34,420 


34,420 










Talbot 


23,786 














Washington 


337,883 


336.267 


336,267 










Wicomjco 


48,860 


47,386 


47,186 








200 


Worcester 

















Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Secondary Programs for Handicapped Students by Part of Act (continued) 



Subpart 3 - Program Improvement 



Local Unit 


Total 


Research 


Curriculum 


Exemplary 


Guidance 


Teacher 
Train ing 


Adminis- 
tration 


Evalua- 
tion 


Total State 


5166,128 




— 


54,705 


5130,506 


527 , 40 7 


52,475 


51,035 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


2,408 


- 


- 


- 


2,408 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


77,593 


- 


- 


- 


76,153 


- 


1,440 


- 


Baltimore 


20,156 




— 


2,076 


3,080 


15,000 


- 


— 


Calvert 


















Caroline 


479 


- 


- 


- 


479 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1,843 


- 


- 


- 


1,843 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


1,586 




— 




1,586 




— 




Dorchester 


1,988 








1,988 








Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 


87 


- 


- 


- 


87 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Howard 


5,842 








3, 772 




1,035 


1,035 


Kent 


















Montgomery 


1,441 








1,441 








Prince George's 


13,068 








13,068 








Queen Anne's 


















St. Mary's 


11,852 








11,852 








Somerset 


909 








909 








Talbot 


23,786 






2,629 


8,750 


12,407 






Washington 


1,616 








1,616 








Wicomico 


1,474 








1,474 








Worcester 



















TABLE 

136 



TABLE 

137 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Adult Programs by Part of Act 





— — — 




Subpart 


2 - Basic Grant 






Subpart 3 


" - — = — — =" 

- Program 
















Tmprnvf 


>iiipnr 


T nca 1 ITti 1 t" 


Total 


To tal 


Vocati onal 


Adm inis t r a t ion 


Other 


Displaced 


Total 


Guidance 








Programs 






Homemake rs 








$1, 725,413 




■51 SS4 417 


$57,532 


$13 169 


$38 , 295 






Anne Arundel 


28.768 


28,768 


18,768 


- 


10,000 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


88,617 


•88,617 


54,126 


34,491 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


5,76A 


5,764 


5,764 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


67,082 


67,082 


67,082 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


4,554 


4,554 


4,554 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


42,417 


42,417 


28,882 


13,535 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


540,224 


540,224 


540,224 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Prince George's 


16,121 


16,121 


16,121 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Wicomico 


11,758 


11,758 


11,758 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


145,233 


145,233 


133,220 


- 


- 


12,013 


- 


- 


Chesapeake Community 


217,938 


217,938 


205,263 


9,506 


3,169 


- 


- 


- 


College 


















Frederick Community 


11,110 


11,110 


11,110 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


College 


















Garrett Community College 


6,064 


6,064 


6,064 












Hagerstown Junior 


206,874 


206,874 


206,874 












College 


















Division of Corrections 


100,824 


100,824 


100,824 












Allegany Community 


79,623 


79,623 


79,623 












College 


















Division of Instruction 


126,160 


64,160 


64,160 








62,000 


62,000 


Community College of 


3,501 


3,501 








3,501 






Baltimore 


















Harford Community 


22,781 


22,781 








22,781 







Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 

Post Secondary Programs by Part of Act 



1978-79 



TABLE 

138 



Local Unit 


Total 


Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 


Total 


Vocational 
Programs 


... 
Administr at ion 


Other 


Displaced 

tlUlllclIlct 1\C L O 


Total State 


$35,160,760 


/^m 


eoi QQQ AQT 


9l , D / / , DUZ 


V 7 , DUD 




- - 

Allegany Community College 




1,502,519 


1,502,519 


- 


- 


- 


Anne A rund el C ommun i t y Col lege 


3 368 177 


3,145,429 


3,145,429 


- 


- 


- 


Ca tons vi lie Community Colle ge 


1 781 185 


1,775,855 


1,775,855 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil Community College 


X 7 7 , JXU 


191,294 


191,294 


- 


- 


- 


Charles Community College 


X, / J_J,0/J 


1,650,008 


801,001 


849,007 


- 


- 


no o a n o 3 V o ^^^^TTTml in "! t"\T Cr\i 1 o o o 


696 , 828 


690,328 


652,304 


28,518 


9,506 


- 


\j oiuiuun X L y L<uj-±cgc ui. dcij- l j.iuui. e 


5 374 231 


5,347,784 


5,347,784 


- 


- 


- 


Dundalk Community College 


O 7*4 , J X ? 


657,688 


657,688 


- 


- 




Essex Community College 


2 , 671 , 917 


2,635,860 


2,635,860 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick Communi t y College 


346 , 087 


344,078 


344,078 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett Community College 


86 , 571 


85,483 


85,483 


- 


- 


- 


Hagers town 


1 594 450 


1,579,588 


1,579,588 


- 


- 


- 


Harford Community College 


619,395 


607,896 


607,896 


- 


- 


- 


Howa r d C ommun ity Colle ge 


460, 273 


359,477 


359,477 


- 


- 


- 


Mont gome ry 




8,871,291 


8,071,214 


800,077 






L L 1.LH—C s o uiiuiiuii X l y 


2, 541,030 


2,480,456 


2,480,456 








College 














Villa Julie 


567,852 


458,002 


458,002 








Wor-Wic Technical 


692,877 


692,565 


692,565 








Baltimore County Special 


37,788 












Baltimore City 


515 












Ellis Associates 


8,023 












John Hopkins 


11,171 












State Board for Community Colleges 


120,000 












Towson State 


15,036 












University of Maryland College 


2,508 












Park 















(continued) 



TABLE 

Expenditure for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Post Secondary Programs by Part of Act (continued) 



Subpart 3 - Program Improvement 



LiUl_ct± U11J.L 


Total 


R.GSG3TrCll 




G u id 3n c g 


Teacher 
Tr a ining 


Q V R n n<s. 

Grants 


AHniT m' q— 




S7 097 ASS 




$147 , 345 




$35, 724 


$13 037 




Allegany Community College 


10,261 


- 


7,299 


2,962 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel Community College 


222,748 


- 


- 


222,748 


- 


- 


- 


Catonsville Community College 


5,330 


- 


- 


5,330 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil Community College 


8,216 


- 


- 


8,216 


- 


- 


- 


Charles Coimnunity College 


85,867 


- 


- 


85,867 


- 


- 


- 


Chesapeake Community College 


6,500 


- 


- 


5,900 


200 


400 


- 


Community College of Baltimore 


26,447 


1,958 


- 


24,489 


- 


- 


- 


Dundalk Community College 


36,831 


- 


- 


36,552 


- 


279 


- 


Essex Community College 


36,057 


14,454 


4,191 


17,412 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick Community College 


2,009 


- 


901 


1,108 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett Community College 


1,088 


- 


- 


1,088 


- 


- 


- 


Hagerstown 


14,862 


- 


12,056 


1,894 


- 


912 


- 


Harford Community College 


11,499 


- 


- 


11,099 


- 


400 


- 


Howard Community College 


100,796 


- 


- 


96,171 


4,625 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


1,158,170 


- 


- 


958,150 


- 


- 


200,020 


Prince George's Community 


60,574 






60,574 








College 
















Villa Julie 


109,850 






109,850 








Wor-Wic Technical 


312 






312 








Baltimore County Special 


37,788 


985 


2,898 




31,899 




2,006 


Baltimore City 


515 










515 




Ellis Associates 


8,023 










8,023 




John Hopkins 


11,171 


11,171 












State Board for Community Colleges 


120,000 




120,000 










Towson State 


15,036 






15,036 








University of Maryland College 


2,508 










2,508 




Park 

















38 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Multi-Level Programs for Regular Pupils by Part of Act 



TABLE 

139 



Local Unit 


Total 


Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 


Subpart 3 


- Consumer and Homemaking 


Totsl 


Voraf ional 
Rehabi litation 


Other 


Total 


Vocational 
Programs 


Ancillary 
Services 


Total State 


$446,523 


$34,941 


$16,128 


$18,813 


$42,831 


$37,435 


$5,396 


Comprehensive Research 


16,128 


ID 9 ±Z(5 


10 , 1 ZO 










Educational Testing 


13,013 






± J , U ± J 








Service 
















State Planning 


5 , 800 














WCol.Cl.Ll 1 Id L y J. CllKJ V U^ca L X U 11£1 J- 


45, 398 














1\C lldU ± X X L d L J. Ull k>dlLd 
















IVCgXUlldX UlL. d I- XUll OCXVXl-C 


10 000 






























University of Maryland 


290,649 








37,435 


37,435 




College Park 
















Maryland State Department of 


32,535 














Education Developmental 
















Projects 
















Hagerstown Junior College 


300 














Ellis Associates 


8,008 














R. J. Associates 


1,868 














John Hopkins 


17,428 














Hood College 


2,996 








2,996 




2,996 


Morgan State 


2,400 








2,400 




2,400 



(continued) 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Multi-Level Programs for Regular Pupils by Part of Act (continued) 



Subpart 3 - Program Improvement 



Local Unit 


Total 


Research 


Curricu] am 


Exemplary 


Guidance 


Teacher 
Training 


Sex-Bias 
Grants 


Total State 


$368, 751 


$47,894 


$147 ,051 


$11,000 


$14,606 


$132,206 


$15,994 


Comprehensive Research 


__ 


_ 




_ 








Educational Testing 


_ 














Service 
















State Planning 
















Western Maryland Vocational 


45,398 


3,398 


42,000 










Rehabilitation Center 
















Regional Education Service 


10,000 


5,000 


_ 


5,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Agency 
















University of Maryland 


253, ,214 


36,674 


105,051 






111,000 


489 


College Park 
















Maryland State Department of 


32,535 






6,000 




21,206 


5,329 


Education Departmental 
















Proj ects 
















Hagerstown Junior College 


300 












300 


Ellis Associates 


8,008 












8,008 


R. J. Associates 


1,868 












1,868 


John Hopkins 


17,428 


2,822 






14,606 






Hood College 
















Morgan State 

















TABLE 

139 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Multi-Level Programs for Handicapped Students by Part of Act 



TABLE 

140 



Local Unit 


Total 


Subpart 2 - Basic Grants 




Subpart 


3 - Program Improvement 




To tal 


Voc 3 ^ xorici X 

P T* n o 1^ ayn c 


Work 
Study 


Adminis — 


Total 


Research 


Curric— 

ulum 


Exe^p lary 


Guidance 


Teacher 
Training 


Total State 


$1,361,534 


S86S 927 


$512 409 


$2 192 


$351, 321 


$495,612 


$36,010 


$15 926 


$49 576 


$374 475 


$19,625 


Maryland School for 


160,651 


154,785 


25,266 


2,192 


127,327 


5,866 




- 


- 


5,866 




the Blind 
























Maryland School for 


504,121 


253,816 


253,816 






250,305 








250,305 


_ 


the Deaf 
























Charles County Community 


457,487 


435,354 


211,360 




223,994 


- 22,133 


_ 






22,133 


_ 


College 
























Dundalk Community 


12,998 


12,998 


12,998 


















College 
























Essex Community College 


8,969 


8,969 


8.969 


















Howard Community College 


100,796 










100,796 








96,171 


4,625 


Catonsville Community 


49,576 










49,576 






49,576 






College 
























University of Maryland 


30,926 










30,926 




15,926 






15,000 


College Park 
























National Evaluation 


36,010 










36,010 


36,010 











TABLE 

141 



Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
Multi-Level Programs for Disadvantaged Students by Part of Act 







Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 








Vocational 


Adminis- 


Local Unit 


Total 


Total 


Programs 


tration 


Total State 


$2,092,588 


$1,854,556 


$1,718,691 


$135,865 


Juvenile Services 


/■ 7Q 1 OQ 


474,082 


474,082 


— 


Allegany Community College 


1 , JOO 


7,386 


7,386 




Anne Arundel Coininunity College 


o£7 Ton 


367,320 


367 , 320 




Catonsville Community College 




97, 797 


97,797 




Charles Community College 


zoo , Uo^ 


255,114 


123,849 


131.265 


Community College of Baltimore 


52 , 266 


11,717 


11,717 




Garrett Community College 


21,956 


21,956 


21,956 




Hagerstown 


27,251 


25.739 


25,739 




Harford Community College 


159,221 


159,221 


159,221 




Prince George's Community College 


58,320 


58,320 


58,320 




Division of Corrections 


431,304 


375,904 


371,304 


4,600 


Division of Instructions 


6,200 








Coppin State 


18,103 








Guide-Catholic University 


8,606 








University of Maryland College Park 


79,075 








Towson State 


6,444 








Cecil Community College 


4,057 









Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 
Multi-Level Programs for Disadvantaged Students by Part of Act (continued) 



1978-79 



TABLE 

141 



Loc^l Unit 






Subpart 


3. - Program Improvement 




Subpart 4 - 

Special 


Total 


Research 


Curriculum 


Exemplary 


Guidance 


Teacher 
Training 


Adminis- 
tration 


Total State 


$226,215 


$18,103 


$76,754 


Si^n lift 




VJ J , DO 




$11,817 


vJuVGniXG SGITviCGS 


5, 116 






- 


- 


5,116 


- 




Allfi^^ny Coinniiinicy 








- 


- 


- 


- 




Col IsgG 


















Ann^ AtiitiHpI r* rtnmiiiTi "i t"v 








- 


- 


- 


- 




College 


















^ <3 L U llo V JL -L XC \j 1 iiiimi 1 1 1 i 








- 


- 


- 


- 




Col lege 




















12 970 






- 


12,970 


- 


- 




Co liege 


















\j UUUllUltX L y ^ (J J. J. C U-L 


32 789 




25 000 


- 


- 


5,831 


*1,958 


7 760 


Ral t"iTTHTrf> 

U O X L J. IU\J L c 


















G3.irirect C onnDun xty College 








- 


- 


- 


- 




H3gers t own 


1,512 






1,512 


- 


- 


- 






















College 


















Prince George's Connnunity 


- 


- 


- 










- 


College 


















Division of Corrections 


55,400 




5,000 


40,000 




10,400 






Division of Instructions 


6,200 








6,200 








Coppin State 


18,103 


18,103 














Guide-Catholic 


8,606 






8,606 










University 


















University of Maryland 


79,075 




46,754 






32,321 






College Park 


















Towson State 


6,444 








6,444 








Cecil Community College 
















4,057 



*This amount is reported in Sex Bias. 



TABLE 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 
T yi Secondary Programs by Source of Funds 





Regular 


Handicapped 


Disadvantaged 








State and 






State and 






State and 


Local Unit 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


lOLaX OLclLe 


$57,627,073 


$4,225,932 


$53,401,141 


$3,607,543 


$893,648 


$2,713,895 


$15,130,869 


$1,963,568 


$13,167,301 


Allegany 


1,460,096 


117,856 


1,342,240 








396,091 


20,087 


376,004 


Anne Arundel 


5,952,800 


387,749 


. 5,565,051 


57,220 


49,876 


7,344 


68,493 


57,397 


11,096 


Baltimore City 


7,358,548 


490,929 


6,867,619 


1,083,543 


184,495 


899,048 


5,565,000 


821,153 


4,743,847 


Baltimore 


7,281,046 


794,386 


6,486,660 


785,654 


78,779 


706,875 


3,360,562 


297,927 


3,062,635 


Calvert 


545,688 


73,274 


472,414 


40,521 


24,358 


16,163 


162,607 


33,205 


129,402 


Caroline 


314,501 


66,532 


247,969 


49,819 


11,578 


38,241 


135,752 


22,759 


112,993 


Carroll 


955,217 


85,907 


869,310 


63,510 


37,807 


25,703 


132,645 


33,399 


99,246 


Cecil 


816,121 


90,080 


726,041 


27,980 


15,000 


12,980 


241,693 


42,830 


198,863 


Charles 


1,252,319 


110,070 


1,142,249 


64,010 


32,168 


31,842 


72,583 


41,455 


31,128 


Dorchester 


529,850 


73.796 


456,054 


21,255 


8,877 


12,378 


117,573 


20,314 


97,259 


Frederick 


1,691,015 


111,245 


1,579,770 


32,042 


10,551 


21,491 


347,632 


31,308 


316,324 


Garrett 


500,356 


126,471 


373,885 


2,751 


1,419 


1,332 


72,010 


8,642 


63,368 


Harford 


1,478,931 


109,378 


1,369,553 


100 


100 


_ 


349,943 


25,851 


324,092 


Howard 


2,139,553 


125,279 


2,014,274 


54,100 


14,562 


39,538 








Kent 


276 , 685 


64 892 


211 793 








ftn 9 9A 




JO , z / o 


Montgomery 


10,557,118 


242,801 


10,314,317 


480,083 


37,824 


442,259 


2,051,162 


182,434 


1,868,728 


Prince George's 


9,475,581 


471,165 


9,004,416 


266,449 


255,070 


11,379 


356,014 


58,981 


297,033 


Queen Anne's 


446,792 


73,963 


372,829 








104,328 


33,478 


70,850 


St. Mary's 


812,528 


96,672 


715,856 


132,648 


22,212 


110,436 


314,797 


29,775 


285,022 


Somerset 


369,745 


98,653 


271,092 


35,329 


20,478 


14,851 


129,319 


27,099 


102,220 


Talbot 


472,135 


63,196 


408,939 


23,786 


23,689 


97 








Washington 


1,650,974 


180,943 


1,470,031 


337,883 


49,341 


288,542 


725,073 


107,781 


617,292 


Wicomico 


870,243 


109,437 


760,806 


48,860 


15,464 


33,396 


226,741 


34,960 


191,781 


Worcester 


419,231 


61,258 


357,973 








120,627 


10,787 


109,840 



TABLE 

Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 _ 

Post Secondary Programs by Source or Funds | ^1 J 





Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 


Subpart 3 - Program Improvement 








State and 






State and 


Grant Recipient 


To t al 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


iotax btate 


533,075,601 


$975,443 


$32,100,158 


$2,092,458 


$296,554 


$1,795,904 


Allegany Comiai.nity 


1.502,519 


51,871 


1,450,648 


10,261 


10.261 


- 


College 














Anne Arundel Community 


3,145,429 


76,777 


3,068,652 


222,748 


5.336 


217,412 


College 














Catonsville Community 


1,775,855 


83,190 


1,692,665 


5,330 


5.330 


- 


College 














Cecil Community College 


191,294 


22,834 


168-,460 


8,216 


587 


7,629 


Charles Community 


1,650,008 


56,022 


1,593,986 


85.867 


1,974 


83,893 


College 














Chesapeake Community 


690,328 


34,955 


655,373 


6.500 


2,325 


4,175 


College 














Community College of 


5,347,784 


147,977 


5,199,807 


26.447 


10,844 


15,603 


Baltimore 














Dundalk Community 


657,688 


27,753 


629,935 


36,831 


19,578 


17,253 


College 














Essex Community College 


2,635,860 


89,853 


2,546,007 


36,057 


24.848 


11,209 


Frederick Community 


344,078 


25,010 


319,068 


2,009 


2.009 


- 


College 














Garrett Community College 


85,483 


45,939 


39,544 


1,088 


438 


650 


Hagerstown Community 


1,579,588 


37,042 


1,542.546 


14,862 


10,806 


4,056 


College 














Harford Community 


607,896 


31,783 


576,113 


11,499 


2,023 


9,476 


College 














Howard Community College 


359,477 


23,955 


335,522 


100,796 


4,852 


95,944 


Montgomery Community 


8,871,291 


102,078 


8,769,213 


1,158,170 


9.485 


1,148,685 


College 














Prince George's Community 


2,480,456 


77,012 


2,403,444 


60,574 


5,618 


54,956 


College 














Villa Julie 


458,002 


23,827 


434.175 


109,850 


962 


108,888 


Wor— Wic Technical 


692,565 


17,565 


675,000 


312 


312 




Baltimore County Special 








37,788 


36.776 


1,012 


Baltimore City 








515 


515 




Ellis Associates 








8.023 


7.996 


27 


John Hopkins 








11,171 


11,171 




State Board of 








120,000 


120,000 




Community Colleges 














Towson State 








15.036 




15,036 


University of Maryland 








2,508 


2,508 




College Park 















Expenditures for Vocational - Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1978-79 

Adult Programs by Source of Funds 





Subpart 2 - Basic Grant 




Subpart 3 - Program 


Improvement 


Grant Recipient 


Total 


Federal 


State and 


Total 




Federal 


State and 








Local 








Local 


Total State 


$1,663,413 


$273,166 


$1,390,247 


$62,000 




$20,000 


$42,000 


Anne Arundel 


28,768 


16,600 


12,168 






- 




Baltimore 


88,617 


40,490 


48,127 


- 




- 


- 


Caroline 


5,764 


2,175 


3,589 






- 




Carroll 


67,082 


3,015 


64,067 






- 




Cecil 


4,554 


2,193 


2,361 


- 




- 




Frederick 


42,417 


- 


42,417 


- 




- 




Montgomery 


540,224 


10,641 


529.583 






- 




Prince George's 


16,121 


16,121 


- 






- 


z 


Wicomico 


11,758 


2,893 


8,865 


- 




- 


- 


Baltimore City 


145,233 


69,472 


75,761 


- 




- 




Chesapeake Community 


217,938 


2,483 


215,455 


- 








College 
















Frederick Community 


11,110 


2,804 


8,306 










College 
















Garrett Community College 


6,064 




6,064 










Hagerstown Junior College 


206,874 


5,841 


201,033 










Division of Corrections 


100,824 


37,106 


63,718 










Allegany Community 


79,623 


6,591 


73,032 










College 
















Division of Instruction 


64,160 


31,960 


32,200 


62,000 




20,000 


42,000 


Community College of 


3,501 




3,501 










Baltimore 
















Harford Community College 


22,781 


22,781 













TABLE 

144 



Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Education Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 

Multi-Level Programs by Source of Funds 



1978-79 



TABLE 

145 





Regular 


Handicapped 


Disadvantaged 








State and 






State and 






State and 


Grant Recipient 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 


Total 


Federal 


Local 




$446, 523 


$446,511 


$12 


$1,361,534 


$169,854 


$1,191,680 


$2,092,588 


$379,510 


$1,713,078 


Allegany Community College 












_ 


7,386 


3,805 


3,581 


Anne Arundel Community College 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


367,320 


14,956 


352,364 


Catholic University 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8,606 


8,606 




Catonsville Community College 


_ 




_ 


49,576 


49,576 


_ 


97,797 


10,918 


86,879 


Cecil Community College 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4,057 


4,057 


_ 


Charles Community College 


_ 


_ 


_ 


457,487 


14,813 


442,674 


268,084 


8,667 


259,417 


Community College of 




















Baltimore 












_ 


52,266 


33,064 


19,202 


Coppin State College 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18,103 


7,164 


10,939 


Dundalk Community College 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12,998 


6,248 


6,750 


_ 


- 


- 


Essex Community College 




_ 


_ 


8,969 


8,969 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Garrett Community College 














21,956 


2,564 


19,392 


HagerstoWn Community College 


300 


300 




_ 


_ 




27,251 


5,058 


22,193 


Harford Community College 








_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Howard Community College 






_ 


100, 796 


4,852 


95,944 


159,221 


2,599 


156,622 


Hood College 


2,996 


2,996 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Johns Hopkins University 


17,428 


17,428 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Morgan State University 


2,400 


2,400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Prince George's Community 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


58,320 


58,320 


- 


College 














6,444 




6,444 


Towson State University 
















UIIX Vet oj. Ly Ui. LidL y J-tlliU 


290 , 649 


290 , 649 










79 075 


7Q 07 ^ 




Comprehensive Research 


16,128 


16,128 








_ 








Educational Testing 




















Service 


13,013 


13,013 
















Juvenile Services 














479,198 


56,863 


422,335 


Maryland School for the Blind 








160,651 


14,771 


145,880 








Maryland School for the Deaf 








504,121 


3,689 


500,432 








Maryland State Department 


38,335 


38,335 










437,504 


83,794 


353,710 


of Education 




















Regional Education Service 


10,000 


10,000 
















Agency 




















Western Maryland Vocational 


45,398 


45,398 
















Rehabilitation Center 




















Other 


9,876 


9,864 


12 


36,010 


36,010 











TABLE 

146 



Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1978-79 



*Clients receiving more than one service are included only once in grand total, 
■/Does not include client service costs at the Maryland Rehabilitation Center. 
/M.R.C. cost distributed across service classification listed above. 
^Average not comparable to above. 



Type of Service 


Number of Clients 


Average Cost 


Total 
Expenditures 


Total 


*19,958 


$ 417 


/$ 8, 328, 593 


Diagnostic and Evaluation 


13,582 


136 


1,842,217 


Restoration (Physical and Mental) 
Surgery and Treatment 
Prosthetic and Orthotic Appliances 
Hospital and Convalescent Care 


2,170 
2.529 
276 


342 
291 
2,826 


2,257,458 
742,711 
734,803 
779,944 


Other Restoration 








Training 

College or University 

Other Academic (Elementary or High School) 
Business School or College 
Vocational Schools 
On-the-Job 

Personal or Vocational Adjustment 
Miscellaneous 


1,635 
29 
138 
1,241 
53 
664 
2,698 


355 
72 
398 
1,269 
410 
438 
126 


2,865,051 
581,055 
2,089 
55,009 
1,575,386 
21,731 
zyu , by J 
339,088 


Maintenance 


1,813 


477 


865,235 


Services to Family Members 


61 


247 


15,040 


Post Employment Services 


286 


155 


44,307 


Other Services 


2,946 


149 


439,285 


Maryland Rehabilitation Center/ 


1,238 


a 


4,809,415 



Maryland Public Libraries: Personnel: 1978-79 



TABLE 

147 



Local Unit 


Total 
Staff 


Professional 
Librarians 


Library 

Associates 


Support 
Staff 


Comprehensive 

Eirployment 
and Training 
Act 


Average 
Minimum 
Salary - 
Professional 
Librarians 


Total State 


2,800. 


4 


549 


6 


342 


4 


1,703 





205 


2 


$11,878 


All 

Al iG gany 


37 


5 


1 







- 


36 


5 




- 


11 278 


Anne Arundel 


236 


5 


36 





36 





140 


5 


24 





13,732 


Baltimore City 


710 


8 


135 


5 


49 


5 


434 


8 


91 





12,303 


Dal. LJ.LUUi. c 


525 





88 





71 





334 





32 





12,659 


L«cl XVcL L 


14 


2 


1 





1 


2 


11 





1 





12 , 519 


CcLiroli-n€ 


12. 


3 


2 





4 





3 


8 


2 


5 


10 900 


Carroll 


37 


9 


5 





5 


5 


24 


4 


3 





10,000 


Cecil 


16 


5 


5 





1 





10 


5 






9,227 


V» a 1" 1 o c 
V.< llal. Xcs 


29 


6 




_ 


3 


6 


26 







_ 


11, 170 


DolTCllGS 1 6r 


15 


1 


2 





4 





6 


5 


2 


5 


11,037 




33 


g 


i; 
J 


u 


]^]^ 


3 


17 


5 






11, 502 


Garrett 


12 


5 


1 





2 





7 


5 


2 







Harford 


79 


5 


13 





11 


2 


36 


2 


19 





11,864 


nuwd L U 


68 





7 





21 





40 







- 


12, 565 


Kent 


10 


2 


1 





3 


3 


2 


9 


3 





11, 500 


Montgomery 


360 


5 


104 





54 





189 


5 


13 





14,491 


Prince George's 


417 





111 





36 





266 





4 





13,220 


Oilman Anna ' o 


8 


1 


1 





3 





3 


1 


1 





12, 767 


St. Mary's 


24 


6 


1 








6 


20 





3 





11,862 


Somerset 


8 


2 


1 









7 


2 






- 


Talbot 


15 





4. 


2 


1 





7 


8 


2 





9.000 


Washington 


45 


5 


9. 


2 


5 


8 


29 


2 


1 


2 


11,380 


Wicomico 


25 


5 


3. 


6 


4 


4 


17 


5 






11 845 


Worcester 


14 





1. 





11 





1 





1 





14,487 


State Library Network 
























Eastern Shore Regional 


12 


1 


4. 


1 






8 









14,101 


Maryland Materials Center 


11. 


5 


1. 









10 


5 








Southern Maryland Regional 


12. 





4. 









8 









11,862 


Western Maryland Regional 


7 





2. 





2. 





3 









11,380 


State Library Resource Center 

























TABLE 

I XI Maryland Public Libraries: Financial Statistics: 1978-79 



Income 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Federal 
(LSCA. 
Title I) 


Total 
(State, Local 
and Other) 


State 


Local* 


Other 


1979 
Estimated 
Population ^ 


Amount 

Per 
Capita/ 


Total State 


$45,959,206 


$808,719 


$45,150,487 


$8,735,460 


$33,992,530 


$2,422,497 


4,186,500 


$10.78 


Allegany 


370.370 




370,370 


165.002 


192,000 


13,368 


81,900 


4.52 


Anne Arundel 


3,218,234 


74,673 


3,143.561 


551,610 


2,467,193 


124,758 


359,500 


8.74 


Baltimore City 


7,894,662 


157,634 


7.737,028 


2, 150, 956 


4,932,330 


653,742 


819,900 


9 . 44 


Baltimore 


9,690,768 


112,257 


9, 578, 511 


756, 541 


8,256.856 


565, 114 


645 , 100 


14 . 85 


Calvert 


255,953 


7,100 


248,853 


23, 360 


220. 366 


5,127 


29, 200 


8. 52 


Caroline 


180,586 


22,820 


157.766 


52,685 


98,000 


7.081 


22,300 


7.07 


Carroll 


580,968 


29,149 


551.819 


113.571 


404,075 


34,173 


86,000 


6.42 


Cecil 


273,466 


2, 393 


271,073 


118.523 


132,000 


20,550 


56 , 900 


4. 76 


Charles 


347, 746 


— 


347,746 


105.690 


232,001 


10,055 


64 , 900 


5. 36 


Dorchester 


204,279 


419 


203,860 


61.781 


135, 150 


6, 929 


29, 900 


6 . 82 


Frederick 


477,750 




477,750 


141,757 


294,746 


41,247 


101,000 


4.73 


Garrett 


109,323 


- 


109,323 


47,193 


51,729 


10.401 


25,100 


4.36 


Harford 


1,046,058 


31,501 


1,014,557 


260.960 


680,000 


73,597 


143.000 


7.09 


Howard 


1,138,545 


17,094 


1,121,451 


89,600 


963, 585 


68,266 


112 .000 


10 . 01 


Kent 


132,726 


37,811 


94,915 


21.658 


63,476 


9,781 


16 , 700 


5.68 


Montgomery 


7,243,459 


19,335 


7.224.124 


377,408 


6,637,356 


209.360 


589,700 


12.25 


Prince George's 


8,270,913 


84,620 


8.186.293 


974 , 577 


7 , Oil , 102 


200 ,614 


bo J , zUU 


-Li . yo 


Queen Anne ' s 


128,293 


606 


127,687 


18.398 


94 , 940 


14,349 


21 , 200 


c m 
o . Uz 


St. Mary's 


323,869 




323,869 


114 . 842 


O O 11/" 

202 , 136 


6,891 


53 , 400 


D . UD 


Somerset 


90,892 


11, 292 


79,600 


49 . 702 


1 f\ o n o 

29, o98 




iy , yuu 




Talbot 


174,066 




174,066 


16 , 832 


119 , 385 


37 . 849 


OA ^^n 

ZD , JUU 


A A9 


Washington 


696,060 


5,894 


690,166 


223.961 


348, 750 


117.455 




A OA 
D . ZO 


Wicomico 


346,819 


536 


346,283 


107,466 


214,065 


24,752 


61,000 


5.68 


Worcester 


194,905 


585 


194,320 


22.480 


161,580 


10,260 


28,100 


6.92 


State Library Network 


















Eastern Shore Regional 


312,688 


59,560 


253.128 


243.106 




10,022 






Maryland Materials Center 


169,859 


30,000 


139,859 






139.859 






Southern Maryland 


















Regional 


244,586 


39,110 


205,476 


154.165 


49,811' 


1,500 






Western Maryland Regional 


255,397 


54,330 


201,067 


195.670 




5,397 






State Library Resource 


















Center 


1.585,966 


10,000 


1,575,966 


1.575,966 











Maryland Public Libraries: Financial Statistics: 1978-79 (continuted) 



TABLE 

148 



T opa 1 TTn n t" 


a 

Expenditures 


Total 


Sala f i es 


1 id L C J XCtJL O 


Ec^uipmen c 


Other 


Total State 


$45,118,220 


$30,615,097 


$6,891,709 


$466,268 


$7,145,146 


n J. ^cui y 


370,370 


219,786 


66,702 


5.479 


78,403 


Anne Arundel 


3,143,117 


2,043,346 


642,487 


37,280 


420,004 


Baltimore City 


9,783,204 


6,342,224 


1,215,909 


158,289 


2,066,782 


Rfll f"iTnnT*p 
u a X L. X luu i. c 


8,783.309 


5,624,474 


1.695,022 


51,354 


1.412,459 


Ca Iver t 


254,260 


125,874 


50.104 


3,746 


74,536 


Carol in e 


157,743 


83,972 


25,141 


4,293 


44,337 


Carroll 


555,400 


269,280 


98,307 


2,236 


185,577 


Cecil 


263,344 


166,094 


38,665 


1,947 


56.638 


Char le s 


329,791 


198,168 


55,099 


2,486 


74,038 


Dorches ter 


208,894 


125,170 


47,101 


2,137 


34,486 


Freder ick 


475,274 


320,583 


94,363 


7,679 


52,649 


Garrett 


117,317 


65,156 


20,237 


1,438 


30,486 


Harford 


969,891 


590,797 


238,152 


3,865 


137,077 


Howard 


1,138,545 


636,652 


278,376 


18,162 


205,355 


Kent 


125, 767 


66, 212 


20, 761 




38, 794 


Montgomery 


7,659,459 


6,270,905 


863.258 


17,815 


507,481 


Prince George's 


7,931,926 


5,807,171 


864,957 


81,793 


1,178,005 


Queen Anne ' s 


115,803 


70,423 


15,965 


- 


29,415 


St. Mary's 


301,465 


173,487 


52,194 


8,913 


66,871 


Somerset 


84,463 


46,546 


11,624 


519 


25,774 


Talbot 


167,534 


112,770 


30,538 


3.152 


21,074 


Wash ington 


691,347 


455,924 


123,798 


5,630 


105,995 


Wicomico 


346,440 


233,082 


52,420 


243 


60,695 


Worcester 


187,310 


117,476 


22,679 


1,100 


46,055 


State Library Network 












Eastern Shore Regional 


368,585 


128,888 


149,772 


•29,022 


60.903 


Maryland Materials Center 


181,001 


127,922 






53,079 


Southern Maryland Regional 


219,770 


105,854 


60,541 


8,121 


45,254 


Western Maryland Regional 


186,891 


86,861 


57,537 


9,569 


32,924 


State Library Resource 












Center'' 













FOOT NOTES 



*Includes Revenue Sharing. 

•/Excludes Federal income. 

^Population estimates prepared by 
Maryland Department of Health 
and Mental Hygiene, Center for Health 
Statistics . 

''includes expenditure for Federal grants. 

''State Library Resource Center expenditures 
are included in Baltimore City tab- 
ulation. 



TABLE 

149 



Maryland Public Libraries: Materials and Circulations: 1978-79 



Local Unit 


Total 
Volumes 


Periodical 
Titles 


Films 
(16 mm 
and 8 mm) 


Sound 
Recordings 
(All Forms) 


Circulation 

of Books 
(Catalogued 
Uncata^ ogued) 


Registered 
Borrowers 


Total State 


9, 542 , 193 


11 , 824 


24,626 


384,566 


28, 578,658 




Allegany 


151,390 


137 


- 


3,994 


555,415E 


61,125E 


Anne Arundel 


1,103,182 


293 


4,648 


45,061 


3,039,221 


262,000E 


Baltimore City 


9 ICl') Ail 


4 ,637 


5, 860 


30 , 006 


2 , JAH , i /o 


136 , 991 


Baltimore 


1,496,077 


643 


5,522 


102,097 


7,939,642 


296,928 


Calvert 


33,235 


131 


30 


1,351 


143,619 


18,614 


Caroline 


47,724 


154 


- 


1,739E 


88,947 


_ 


Carroll 


115,732 


231 


- 


3,180 


438,610 


39,OOOE 


Cecil 


90 , 035 


126 


77 


5, 947 


201, 482 


17 , 445 


Charles 


87,873 


168 


140 


740 


296,412 


41,622,, 


Dorchester 


68,010 


200E 


_ 


1,657 


128,271 


10,150 


Frederick 


142.611 


155 


63 


3,701 


359,044 


17,721 


Garrett 


56,624 


162 


14 


1,886 


151,666 


12,361 


fiar L o ra 


Zdd , 21 J 


278 


250 


7 , 890 


1,080,691 


25 , 694E 


Howard 


216,242 


330 




7,891 


868,670 


69,340 


Kent 


28,420 


86 


- 


822 


80,713 


6,656 


Montgomery 


1,383,272 


1,440E 


1,570 


60,179 


5,636,658 


240,000E 


Prince George's 


1 IOC C O £ 

1, 235, 530 


958 


2,002 


84 ,424 


3,569,362 


150,000E 


Queen Anne's 


55,000 


134 




1,141 


99,162 


5,381 


St. Mary's 


75,308 


132 


70 


1,666 


269,232 


28.154 


Somerset 


33,267 


16 


_ 


780 


51,749 


5,504 


Talbot 


77,113 


127 


- 


1,552 


163,365 


9,909 


Washington 


249,939 


577 


441 


7,431 


593,160 


55,000E 


Wicomico 


87,309 


260 




3,313 


275,044 


19,864 


Worcester 


66,464 


156 


4 


2,480E 


173,270 


13,781 


State Library Network 














Eastern Shore Regional 


38,009 


44 


1,333 


1,271 


8,390 




Maryland Materials Center 














Southern Maryland Regional 


2,616 


199 


474 


304 






Western Maryland Regional 


32,351 


50 


2,128 


2,063 


18,685 




State Library Resource Center 













STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Department of Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1980 

showing condition of the Public Schools of Maryland by the State Board of Education 




i 



STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Department of Education 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30. 1980 

showing condition of the Public Schools of Maryland by the State Board of Education 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Marvland State Board of Education 



Joanne T. Goldsmith 



District Heights 



G. George Asaki 



Pasadena 



May B. Bolt 

Mary Elizabeth Ellis 

Herbert L. Fishpaw 

Verna M. Fletcher 

Rosetta Kerr 

Albertine T. Lancaster 

Frederick K. Schoenbrodt 



Frostburg 
Salisbury 
Tows on 

Silver Spring 
Baltimore 
California 
Ellicott City 



David W. Hornbeck 
Se,cA^ta/iy-Tn.e/ti,nA2A o{i thz Bocuid 
StaXi Supe,nA,nt^nd^nt oi Schools 



Joseph L. Shilling 
Vzputy Stcuto. SixpoJilntrndrnt Ofj Schoot!> 



NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1980. 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 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. For inquiries related to Depart- 
mental policy, contact the Office of Equal Opportunity. 



HORNBECK 




SPECIAt EDUCATION TTY «59 2666' 
VOC REHABILITATION TTY 659 2252* 
FOR DEAF ONLV 



MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

200 WEST BALTIMORE STREET 
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 21201 
(3011 659 - 2 2 



THE HONORABLE HARRY HUGHES 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Hughes: 



I have the honor to submit the 114th Annual Report 
covering the operations of the Maryland State Department of 
Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1980. 

The report contains detailed statistical data, both 
operational and financial, for all school systems in the State. 
We hope it will be useful both as a historical record and as an 
informational guide to legislators, school board members, and 
the interested public. 

tted. 




DAVID W*. HORNBECK 
Secretary- Treasurer 
State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



DWH/djb 



TPBLE CF CTNUNIS 



Actual Days Schools were Open: Opening and Qosing Dates: Maryland Ptfclic Schools: 1979-80 1 

Fall Enrollment in Edacational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teadiing Staff, Nurfcer of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1979-80 2 

NiJtter of Maryland Piblic Schools: September 30, 1979 3 

E^ll Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall 1%9 to Fall 1979 4 

Prekindergaten Enrollment: Maryland Piilic Schools: Fall 1969 to Fall 1979 5 

Kindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Pi±>lic Schools: Fall 1969 to Fall 1979 6 

Fall Elirollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-1979 7 

Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of ^bryland: September 30, 1979 8 

Enrollment by Grade: Maryland PLblic Schools: September 30, 1979 9 

Enrollment in Edjcation Progrems in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1979 10 

Ncnpublic School Enrollment, NLjrber of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 11 

Catholic School Enrollment, Nuiber of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 12 

Ncnpublic Ncn-Catholic School Enrollment, t*jnber of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: S^tember 30, 1979 13 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 14 

Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 15 

Nonpublic Ncn-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 16 

Pupil Withdrawals by Grade: Maryland PLblic Schools: 1979-80 17 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Piblic Schools: September - June 1979-80 18 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland PLblic Schools: September - jLne 1979-80 19 

Ncnprcmotions by Nurber and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: Juie Net Poll, 1980 20 



TffiLE OF OGNIENBS 

Nonpromotions in First Grade by Nuntoer and Percent: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1980 21 

Public Hi^ School Gradates: State of Maryland: l%9-70 - 1979-80 22 

Average Nurrber of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 23 

Average Nurber of Pupils Belonging: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 24 

Average Nurrber of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 25 

NuiTber of teryland Public Elementary Schools by Pupil MEinbership: September 30, 1979 26 

Nurrber of Maryland Ptblic Secondary Schools by Pupil terbership: September 30, 1979 27 

SEftFF DMft 

Nurrber of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-12: Maryland PiiDlic Schools: 1969-70 - 1979-80 28 

NLirber of Principals and Teachers: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1969-70 - 1979-80 29 

NLitter of Principals and Teachers: 7-12: Maryland Pifclic Schools: 1969-70 - 1979-80 30 

Staff Employed in All Finctions: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 31 

Staff Bnployed in Instructional Finction: Prek.-12: Maryland Ptblic Schools: 1979-80 32 

Staff Elrplcyed in Instructional Finction: Prek.-6: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 33 

Staff Elrployed in Instructional Finction: 7-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 34 

Secretarial and Qerical Personnel Elnployed in Instructioral Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Piialic Schools: 1979-80 35 

Staff EUplcyed in Ncninstructional Function: Maryland Piislic Schools: 1979-80 36 

Total Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1979 37 

TDtal Professional Staff at Elarentary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1979 38 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: Septerrber 1979 39 

Total Professioral Staff at Middle and Ccmbined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1979 40 



TSBLE OF CDNIEinS 



Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: Septeitter 1979 , 

Ittal New Professional Staff at Elanentary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: Septenter 1979 

Total Na* Professional Staff at Secxxidary School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: Septeirber 1979 

Total New Professional Staff at Middle and Qarbined School Level: By Preparation: Maryland Ptfclic Schools: Septenter 1979 

TDtal Professional Staff at School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: Septenter 1979 , 

TDtal Professional Staff at Elarentary School Level: By years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1979 , 

Total Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: s^Jtenter 1979 , 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Carbined School Level: By years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: Septeirber 1979 

Tatal New Professioral Staff at School Level: By years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1979 

Total New Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: Septeirber 1979 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: Septeirber 1979 , 

Total New Professioral Staff at Middle and Carbined School Level: By Years of Experience: Maryland Pi±>lic Schools: Septenter 1979 

T3tal Professional Staff at School Level: By lype of Certificate: Maryland PLblic Schools: September 1979 

Total Professional Staff at Elanentary School Level: By lype of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: Septeirber 1979 

Total ProfessioTBl Staff at Secondary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: Septenter 1979 

Total Professional Staff at Middle and Carbined School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: Septenter 1979 

Total New Professional Staff at School Level: By lype of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: Septerber 1979 

Total NBrf Professional Staff at Elementary School Level: By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1979 

Total New Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: By lype of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: Septenter 1979 

Tatal New Professional Staff at Middle and Ccnbined School Level: By lype of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: Septenter 1979 



Tmi£ OF OOMIENIB 

Separations by Organizaticn: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to S^toiter 30, 1979 61 

S^araticns: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to Septaiter 30, 1979 62 

Separations by Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to s^3tenter 30, 1979 63 

SQBraticrs by Cause: Professional Staff at School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to S^Jtenter 30, 1979 64 

S^araticns by Cause: Professional Staff at Elanentary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to Septaiter 30, 1979 65 

Separations by C^use: Professional Staff at Secondary School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to September 30, 1979 66 

S^araticns by Cause: Professional Staff at Ooirbined and Middle School Level: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to Septaiter 30, 1979 67 

ifew Professional Staff at School Level: By Organizaticn: Maryland Public Schools: Octcter 1, 1978 to S^Jtenter 30, 1979 68 

ffew Professional Staff at School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to S^Jtaiter 30, 1979 69 

New Professicnal Staff at Elanaitary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to S^Jtenter 30, 1979 70 

New Professicnal Staff at Secondary School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to Septenter 30, 1979 71 

New Professional Staff at Middle/Ccrbined School Level: By Source: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to S^teiter 30, 1979 72 

Ifew Professional Staff at School Level by Area from Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to Septaiter 30, 1979 73 

New Professional Staff at Elanentary School Level by Area from Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: Octcter 1, 1978 to Septenter 30, 1979 74 

bfew Professicnal Staff at Secondary School Level by Area fran Which They Came: Maryland Public Schools: October 1, 1978 to Se£tmter 30, 1979 75 

New Professicnal Staff at Middle/Conbined School Level fcy Area from Which they Came: Maryland P±)lic Schools: October 1, 1978 to S^taiter 30, 1979 76 

NJrtter of Maryland Public Elanentary Schools by Size of Staff: S^taiter 30, 1979 77 

Nimber of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: Septenter 30, 1979 78 

Njnter of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1969-70 - 1979-80 79 



ISBLE OF aKUNIB 

MTflT.T PBTTHRAM HRTO TORTP 

Hii^ Schcxsl EXjuivalaice : State of fteryland: 1969-70 - 1979-80 80 

^iilt Ed:caticxi Prograns Adninistered ty Local Beards of Bdacaticr: State of Maryland: 1979-80 81 

Vocational Adjlt and Afprentioe Edjcaticn EJirollraent : State of ^bryland: 1979-80 82 

VocatiofBl-Technical and Indistrial Arts Edxation Eiirollinent : Maryland Ptfclic Hii^ Scixx)ls: 1979-80 83 

vocmcrgL RF MARTr.-mmrN hato 

Vocatioral E^ehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Fbryland: 1979-80 84 

Characteristics of Qients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1979-80 85 

tteture and Severity of Disability of Rehabilitated Clients: state of fteryland: 1979-80 86 

biiTter of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reparting Agencies: State cf Maryland: 1979-80 87 

FI>ftMJAL DATA 

FDe^lCIAL STKHMNT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Bdbcation: Headjuarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1979-80 88 

Statement of ARaropciaticns: Maryland State Department dL Bdjcation Aid to Edxaticn: 1979-80 89 

Local Revenue Appropriations: (dryland Piislic Sctxxils: 1979-80 90 

Revenue from All Sources for Current Expenses, School Oonstruction and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and 

Social Security l^d Direct by State) 91 

Revenue from All Sources foe Current Expenses: Maryland Piialic Schools: 1979-80 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 92 

Revenue from All Souroes for Current Expenses: Maryland PiiDlic Schools: 1979-80 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 93 

Revenue from All Souroes fct School Ocnstruction: Maryland PLblic Schools: 1979-80 94 

Revenue from AH Sources fct Debt Services: Maryland Pitlic Schools: 1979-80 95 

Revenue from the State of Maryland foe Rblic School Purposes: 1979-80 96 

Revenue from the Federal Goverrment toe Maryland Pifclic Schools: 1979-80 97 



•raBLE OF CrNTENB 

TOBLE 

Di^rsenents for All PurpDses: Maryland PLfclic Sciicx)ls: 1979-80 98 

EtL^rsements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 99 

Di^rsements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 100 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and ^teintenance of Plant: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 101 

Disbursements for Adninistration and Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 102 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Pifclic Schools: 1979-80 103 

Di*ursements for Pood Sevioes and Student Boc^ Activities: Maryland PiiDlic Schools: 1979-80 104 

Disbursements for Ocrmuiity Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 105 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Piblic Schools: 1979-80 106 

DidDursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 107 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1979-80 (Including Pupil Transportation) 108 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenses: Maryland Public Schools: Prek.-12: 1979-80 (Excluding Pupil Transportation) 109 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 (Including Cost of Transportation) 110 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) Ill 

Cost per Pupil Belonging: Prek.-12: All Current Expenses: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1969-70 - 1979-80 112 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 113 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses: By Function: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 114 

Cost per Pupil Belonging fca: Materials of Instruction, Textbooks, and Library Books: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1977-78 - 1979-80 115 

Basic State Aid f(x Current Expenses: 1979-80 116 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1970-71 - 1979-80 117 

Average Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 118 



n 

raBI£ OF (XNHNIS 

Oost of School Transportation and Nutter of Pi^ils Transported: State of Maryland: 1979-80 119 

Nutter of Transportation Vehicles and Miles Travelled: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 120 

Expenditures for Capital Outlay by Object: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 121 

Value of Maryland PiiDlic School Property per Pupil Belcnging: 1979-80 122 

Statistics About Maryland Ptblic School Bonded Indebtediess: Juie 30, 1980 123 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at EXill Bate for County Purposes in Hiousands of Dollars: state of Maryland: 1970-71 - 1979-80 124 

1979-80 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 125 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belcnging: Prek.-12 and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1979-80 126 

Sutnary of Federal and state Revente and Ccrroodities for School Pood Service Progranis: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 127 

Meals Served in School Pood Services Programs: Maryland Pitlic Schools: 1979-80 128 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical Bdjcation Programs for Secondary Students: State of Maryland: 1979-80 129 

Expenditures fcxr Vocational-Technical Edication Programs for ^It/Post Secondary: State of Iteryland: 1979-80 130 

Expenditures for Vocational-Technical BcLcation Programs at Multi-Level: State of Maryland 1979-80 131 

Cost of Vocational E^ehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1979-80 132 

MARVTAhn mpr.T C LIBRARY DATA 

Maryland Pttlic Libraries: Personnel: 1979-80 133 

Maryland Public Libraries: Financial Statistics: 1979-80 B4 

Maryland Pitlic Libraries: Materials and Circulation: 1979-80 B5 



BACKGROUND DATA: 



Annual Report 



I 



TABLE 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 





Actual 


Opening 


Closing 




Actual 


Opening 


Closing 


Local Unit 


Number 


Dates 


Da tes 


Local Unit 


Number 


Dates 


Dates 




Days 


September 


June 




Days 


September 


June 




Schools 


1979 


1980 




Schools 


1979 


1980 




Were Open 








Were Open 






Al legany 


ioU 




i J 


Harford 


ioU 


5 




Anne Arundel 


180 


4 


6 


Howard 


183 


4 


16 


Baltimore City 


184 


6 


20 


Kent 


185 


4 


13 


Bal timore 


183 


5 


12 


Montgomery 


1 Q/. 




xo 


Calvert 


180 


30 (AUG.) 


10 


Prince George's 


182 


4 


17 


Caroline 


180 


4 


3 


Queen Anne's 


180 


4 


11 


Carroll 


180 


4 


12 


St. Mary's 


180 


4 


13 


Cecil 


180 


4 


10 


Somerset 


180 


4 


10 


Charles 


180 


4 


11 


Talbot 


180 


4 


10 


Dorchester 


180 


4 


10 


Washington 


180 


4 


13 


Frederick 


180 


4 


13 


Wicomico 


180 


4 


5 


Garrett 


180 


28 (AUG.) 


13 


Worcester 


180 


4 


10 



TABLE 

2 



Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades Prek.-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1979-80 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Enrollment 


Total 


907,219 


476,546 


430,673 


Public 


777 ,725 


386,661 


391,064 


Nonpublic 


126,917 


89,082 


37,835 


Canpus School at State College 


183 


183 




State Institution 


2,394 


620 


1,774 


Teaching Staff 


Total 


55,856 






Public 


47 ,420 


22,118 


25,302 


Nonpublic 


8,021 


i- 




Campus School at State College 


11 


11 




State Institution 


404 


/ 


/ 


Number of Schools 


Total 


•2,066 


1,666 


666 


Public 


•1 ,324 


997 


472 


Nonpublic 


•719 


653 


174 


Campus School at State College 


1 


1 




State Institution 


•22 


15 


20 



• Excludes duplicates. 

/ Breakdown by organization is not available. 



TABLE 



Number of Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1979 




T a 1 TTn i f" 


Grand 
Total 


F* 1 oTTton — 

Lj J- *^LUd I 

Only* 


Secondary Only 


Combined 


Total 


Junior 
(Grades 7-9) 


Jr. -Sr. 

(Grades 7-12) 


Senior 
(Grades 9-12) 


Vocational- 
Technical 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


:otal State 


1,324 


852 


327 


124 


27 


152 


24 


145 


83 


62 


Allegany 


30 


17 


Q 

O 




3 


Z 


i 


c 

J 




C 
J 


Anne Arundel 


110 


74 


23 


8 


2 


11 


2 


13 


9 


4 


Oct ± L X 1U(J L c '^j.\~y 


202 


136 


53 


22 


7 


22 


2 


13 


3 


10 


Baltimore 


159 


106 


45 


20 


5 


17 


3 


8 


5 


3 


Calvert 


13 


7 


3 


- 


- 


2 


1 


3 


2 


1 


Caroline 


9 


4 


/, 
H 






•> 

z 




1 
J. 




1 

L 


Carroll 


29 


16 


5 




- 


4 


1 


8 


6 


2 


Cecil 


27 


16 


6 


- 


2 


3 


1 


5 


4 


1 


Charles 


29 


16 


6 


1 


- 


4 


1 


7 


6 


1 


Dorchester 


15 


7 


3 


- 


- 


2 


1 


5 


3 


2 


Frederick 


38 


22 


10 


1 


o 

z 





1 


D 


/, 


9 


Garrett 


17 


13 


2 






2 




2 


2 




tiar L ora 






10 


1 


1 


7 


1 


6 


5 


1 


Howard 


A8 


27 


9 


- 


- 


8 


1 


12 


11 


1 


Kent 


8 


3 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 


2 


2 


Montgomery 


185 


126 


47 


24 


2 


21 




12 


5 


7 


Prince George's 


217 


148 


62 


41 




20 


1 


7 




7 


Queen Anne' s 


9 


5 


1 






1 




3 


3 




1 St. Mary's 


26 


18 


4 






3 


1 


4 


4 




1 Somerset 


14 


6 


3 




2 




1 


5 




5 


Talbot 


11 


6 


3 






2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Washington 


47 


31 


8 






6 


O 


8 


7 


1 


Wicomico 


24 


15 


7 


2 


1 


3 


1 


2 




2 


Worcester 


15 


7 


4 






3 


1 


4 


1 


3 



Includes one one-teacher school in Somerset. 



PUPIL DATA 



Annual Report 



I 



TABLE 



Fall Enrollment by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1969 to Fall of 1979 




Local Unit 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


Total State 


891,981 


913,196 


922,051 


920,896 


911,097 


894,314 


880,900 


860,879 


836,807 


809,933 


777,725 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


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 


15,638 
77,049 
159,038 
118,844 
7,236 


15,153 
75 653 
152 , 153 
113,302 
7,406 


14,644 
74,031 
145 , 503 
107,702 
7,722 


14,044 
71,989 
1 36 , 187 
102,329 
7,835 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


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 


5,154 
19,829 
13 , 310 
17,357 

6,032 


5,061 
20,202 
13 , 333 
17,732 

5,791 


4,869 
20,318 
13 , 282 
17,868 

5,503 


4,694 
20,296 
13,072 
17,811 

5,381 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


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 


22,447 
5,780 
33 , 847 
24,035 
3,600 


22,958 
5,844 
33,955 
24,657 
3,444 


23,483 
5,761 
J J , joy 
25 440 
3,314 


23,658 
5,584 
33 ,096 
25 ,606 
3,204 


23,642 
5,530 
32,021 
25,400 
3,025 


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


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 


117,630 
144,747 

4,884 
12,159 

4,286 


112,625 
139,479 
4,925 
12,311 
4,127 


107,430 
133,953 

4,809 
12,560 

3,985 


102,633 
127,529 
4,772 
12,652 
3,886 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


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 


4,500 
22,814 
13,313 

6,201 


4,465 
22,386 
13,133 

5,983 


4,270 
21,759 
12,762 

5^815 


4,145 
20,919 
12,352 

5,581 



TABLE 




Prekindergarten Enrollment: Maryland Public Schools: Fall of 1969 to Fall of 1979 



Local Unit 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


Total State 


1 ,749 


2,145 


2,260 


2,310 


2,824 


3,808 


4,620 


4,130 


3,955 


4,626 


4,955 


Allegany 


28 






















Anne Arundel 


17 


50 


21 


10 


83 


105 


106 


18 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


85'4 


1,150 


1,167 


1,129 


1,295 


1,899 


2,379 


2,281 


2,485 


2,583 


2,773 


Baltimore 


30 


7 








54 


158 


18 


37 


128 


72 














120 


117 


1 14 






34 


Caroline 
























Carroll 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 


51 


57 


- 


- 


Cecil 


- 


- 


















25 


Chsrlss 






67 


99 


120 


120 


50 


48 


49 


61 


117 


Dorchester 






















52 






3 


14 






1 




16 




3 




Garrett 


- 






- 


- 




- 




- 




- 


Harford 




- 


- 


- 


- 


112 


128 


107 










105 












28 










Kent 
























Montgomery 


481 


458 


473 


602 


688 


709 


834 


792 


615 


622 


711 


Prince George * s 


213 


257 


233 


190 


194 


186 


222 


214 


177 


340 


317 


Queen Anne's 
























St. Mary's 






20 


40 


86 


80 


85 


86 


20 


196 


235 


Somerset 












63 


73 


60 


62 


99 


100 


Talbot 
























Washington 


21 


157 


189 


165 


240 


236 


273 


325 


345 


472 


394 


Wicomico 




63 


76 


75 


118 


123 


118 




108 


122 


125 


Worcester 

























TABLE 

Kindergarten Enrollment: hfaryland Public Schools: Fall of 1969 to Fall of 1979 



^^==^ • • " " — 

Local Unit 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


Total State 


58,437 


61 ,781 


62 ,022 


60,180 


58,871 


58,479 


58,595 


54,738 


47,922 


43,418 


42,583 


AU-Sgany 




1 ,140 


1 ,176 


1 ,065 


1 ,082 


1 ,076 


1 ,113 


1 ,091 


948 


834 


819 


Anne Arundel 


3,837 


5,023 


4,960 


4,987 


5,085 


5,223 


5,329 


5,168 


4,559 


4,269 


4,248 


Baltimore City 


15,128 


13,934 


13,201 


12,436 


11,423 


10,833 


10,515 


9,782 


8,453 


7,766 


7,361 


Baltimore 


7,152 


9,113 


8,799 


8,127 


7,799 


7,785 


7,448 


6,990 


5,077 


5,321 


5,188 


Calvert 


313 


338 


398 


417 


418 


422 


451 


486 


475 


434 


508 


Caroline 


369 


359 


352 


307 


328 


342 


360 


349 


295 


274 


308 


Carroll 




1,088 


1,136 


1,239 


1,291 


1,244 


1,409 


1,441 


1,275 


1,182 


1,202 


Cecil 




~ 






913 


962 


1,003 


895 


861 


822 


774 


C2iarles 






433 


1 ,019 


1,054 


1,122 


1,159 


1,118 


1,032 


927 


947 


Dorctiester 


369 


354 


366 


329 


385 


326 


366 


384 


310 


250 


260 


I 1 Cud 




257 


1 ,319 


1 ,382 


1 ,491 


1 ,513 


1 ,708 


1 ,671 


1,631 


1,476 


1,514 


Garrett 


244 


337 


370 


362 


414 


404 


457 


450 


398 


352 


389 


Harford 


2,436 


2,350 


2,288 


2,265 


2,271 


2,286 


2,441 


2,299 


2,065 


1,919 


1 ,881 


Howard 


1 'V>A 

' , JJr^ 


1 ,328 


1 ,387 


1 ,486 


1 ,576 


1 ,670 


1 ,730 


1 ,629 


1 ,563 


1 ,400 


1 ,450 


Kent 




260 


264 


232 


229 


219 


223 


212 


200 


193 


161 


Montgomery 


9,686 


8,811 


8,588 


8,406 


8,295 


8,502 


8,157 


7,198 


6,182 


5,395 


5,351 


Prince George's 


12,693 


12,492 


12,063 


1 1 ,494 


10,256 


9,856 


10,042 


8,956 


7,385 


5,705 


6,198 


Queen Anne's 


348 


314 


281 


258 


274 


309 


285 


330 


278 


250 


255 


St. Mary's 


532 


555 


947 


877 


897 


984 


956 


968 


859 


856 


913 


Somerset 


284 


306 


272 


281 


244 


275 


300 


283 


273 


233 


224 


Talbot 




323 


323 


275 


295 


295 


319 


249 


250 


220 


200 


Washington 


1,805 


1 ,661 


1,680 


1,638 


1,534 


1,584 


1 ,562 


1,548 


1 ,409 


1,307 


1,226 


Wicomico 


1,070 


966 


994 


874 


902 


838 


868 


882 


827 


723 


778 


Worcester 


491 


472 


425 


424 


415 


398 


384 


359 


316 


309 


327 



TABLE 




Fall ElTrolLrent by Grade and Organization: Maryland Ptblic Schools: 1969 - 1979 







Qrade 


Charaded 




Grand 


Kinder- 






























Fall of 


Itital 


garten* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12/ 


^aecial 


Other 




1969 


891,981 


60,186 


68,175 


64,469 


64,827 


65,6B 


64,702 


63,592 


69,105 


66,096 


65,303 


62,553 


54,827 


48,588 


26,934 


47, OU 


1970 


9B,1% 


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, %0 


53,503 


1971 


922,051 


64,282 


63,506 


62,B5 


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,B6 


71,570 


72,040 


69,357 


60,645 


53,340 


24,854 


69,201 


1973 


9U,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 


1976 


860,879 


58,868 


53,562 


51,011 


50,428 


52,554 


54,732 


58,686 


73,950 


72,467 


71,583 


72,054 


64,082 


57,202 


19,491 


50,209 


1977 


836,807 


51,877 


51,903 


52,288 


51,265 


51,710 


53,223 


55,980 


68,854 


72,182 


71,980 


72,111 


64,196 


57,788 


18,823 


42,627 


1978 


809,933 


48,044 


46,850 


50,420 


52,087 


51,633 


51,872 


54,075 


65,663 


67,325 


72,243 


72,822 


63,624 


57,901 


19,347 


36,027 


1979 


777,725 


47,538 


44,223 


45,533 


51,258 


52,998 


52,594 


52,197 


61,188 


62,484 


67,109 


70,701 


62,918 


56,419 


22,951 


27,614 



Itital Elanentary 



1969 


514,665 


60,186 


68,175 


64,469 


64,827 


65, 6B 


64,702 


63,592 


80 












16,080 


46,941 


1970 


522,173 


63,926 


66,846 


64,190 


63,155 


66,0% 


64,957 


63,798 


50 












15,757 


53,398 


1971 


519,B5 


64,282 


63,506 


62,B5 


61,350 


62,719 


64,836 


63,1B 


42 












15,008 


62,144 


1972 


507,973 


62,490 


57,437 


57,820 


60,739 


61,880 


61,973 


63,414 


37 












B,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 


1976 


440,956 


58,868 


53,562 


51, OU 


50,428 


52,554 


54,732 


58,686 


39 












U,026 


50,050 


1977 


421,466 


51,877 


51,903 


52,288 


51,265 


51,710 


53,223 


55,980 


35 












10,680 


42,505 


1978 


402,609 


48,044 


46,850 


50,420 


52,087 


51,633 


51,872 


54,075 


32 












n,631 


35,%5 


1979 


386,661 


47,538 


44,223 


45,533 


51,258 


52,998 


52,594 


52,197 


74 












12,738 


27,508 


Tbtal Secondary 


1969 


377,316 
















69,025 


66,0% 


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 


10,9% 


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 


B4 


1976 


419,923 
















73,911 


72,467 


71,583 


72,054 


64,082 


57,202 


8,465 


159 


1977 


415,341 
















68,819 


72,182 


71,980 


72,111 


64,1% 


57,788 


8,143 


122 


1978 


407,324 
















65,631 


67,325 


72,243 


72,822 


63,624 


57,901 


7,716 


62 


1979 


391,064 
















61,114 


62,484 


67,109 


70,701 


62,918 


56,419 


10, 2B 


106 



♦Includes enrollment in prekijidergartQi classes. 
/Inclix^es pjstgradiates. 



I 



TABLE 



Public and Nonpijblic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 




Elementary Earollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar t en 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 

1 


9 






t; 
J 


D 


7 


Q 
O 


Special 


Other 


Total State* 


907,219 


476,546 


21, 152 


49,579 


13,920 


31,536 


51,969 


53 , 209 


59,596 


61,480 


61,039 


60,843 


6,266 


5,957 


Total Local Units 


904,642 


475,743 


21,094 


49, 555 


13,660 


31,210 


51, 947 


53, 188 


59, 572 


61,459 


61,014 


60,821 


6 , 266 


5,957 


Allegany 


16,080 


8,151 


255 


867 


30 


100 


1,006 


1,026 


1,133 


1,213 


1,151 


1,151 


102 


117 


Anne Arundel 


80,180 


41,802 


1,451 


4,599 


1 099 


2 297 


4,832 


4,896 


5,439 


5,548 


5,473 


5, 559 


324 


285 


Baltimore City 


161,680 


86 , 204 


4 ,039 


8,629 


4 149 


8 287 


9, 920 


9,381 


10,335 


9,824 


10,113 


9,391 


1,049 


1.087 


Baltimore 


127,725 


65,757 


3,251 


6 ,652 


2,447 


16,486 


4 ,868 


5,029 


5,658 


6,079 


6,225 


6,471 


1, 331 


1, 260 


1 Calvert 


8, 511 


4,438 


88 


553 


237 


- 


521 


551 


609 


612 


607 


617 


25 


18 


Caroline 


4,890 


2,420 




319 






295 


295 


362 


400 


344 


360 






Carroll 


20, 936 


10, 987 


105 


1, 221 


247 


1 A 9 


1,284 


1,396 


1 , 585 


1,681 


1,572 


1,677 


39 


38 


Cecil 


14,817 


8,099 


119 


872 


165 


T C 


1,028 


1,022 


1,109 


1, 201 


1, 162 


1,220 


79 


87 


Charles 


19,257 


10, 288 


217 


985 


352 




1,223 


1, 259 


1,439 


1,508 


1,533 


1,444 


172 


156 


Dorchester 


5,750 


3,051 


110 


298 


25 


- 


353 


422 


445 


471 


414 


477 


19 


17 


Frederick 


25,525 


14,023 


372 


1,723 


172 




1,801 


1,849 


1,983 


2,090 


1.967 


1,850 


107 


109 


Garrett 


5,678 


3 , 282 


32 


402 




J J 


391 


437 


478 


471 


461 


458 


74 




Harford 


35, 293 


18,307 


729 


2,022 


353 


30 


2,200 


2,327 


2,607 


2,693 


2,619 


2,584 


90 


53 


Howard 


28 485 


15 808 


1,179 


1 , 576 


233 


235 


1, 700 


1,839 


2,032 


2, 205 


2, 169 


2, 268 


188 


184 


Kent 


3,190 


1,605 




'l74 


35 




227 


215 


227 


226 


246 


213 


21 


21 


Montgomery 


127,612 


67,563 


5,497 


6,927 


1,941 


3,148 


6,691 


6,974 


7,983 


8.588 


8,779 


8,682 


1,203 


1,150 


Prince George's 


147,901 


76,739 


2.309 


7,520 


1,470 


356 


8,959 


9,514 


10,909 


11,361 


10,977 


11,146 


1,141 


1,077 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,936 


2,353 


41 


256 


4 




297 


324 


371 


331 


377 


352 






St. Mary's 


14,923 


8,209 


325 


975 


302 




996 


998 


1,072 


1,067 


1,096 


1.055 


158 


165 


Somerset 


3,971 


2,069 


100 


228 


36 


12 


263 


269 


308 


301 


270 


277 


1 


4 


Talbot 


5,062 


2,544 


62 


249 


48 




328 


307 


341 


372 


380 


378 


39 


40 


Washington 


23,220 


12,016 


479 


1,327 


173 




1,502 


1,542 


1,714 


1,749 


1,686 


1,711 


71 


62 


Wicomico 


13,126 


7,296 


334 


837 


43 


35 


920 


969 


1,030 


1,044 


976 


1,048 


33 


27 


Worcester 


5,894 


2,732 




344 


15 


8 


342 


347 


403 


424 


417 


432 







'Total State includes enrollments in the campus school at Towson State University and in education programs in Maryland State institutions which are not 
reflected in local units. Enrollment at the institutions are given in a table which follows; the campus school has grade enrollments as follows: Prek, 24; 
K, 24; 1, 22; 2, 21; 3, 24; 4, 21; 5, 25; 6, 22; total, 183. 



TABLE 




Public and Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


3 


9 


10 


1 \ 


1 2 


Special 


Other 


J-ULclJ. OLatc" 


^ ju , / j 


11,907 


1,963 


£ y, in/. 


00,4 /D 


75 , 228 


78,644 


70 , 142 


63 , 189 


lULdX IjUCdJ. UltXLa 


/ O J o 7 " 


11 10/ 


972 


/ 19/. 


/: c /, -7/: 
OD /O 


75, 228 


78 ,644 


70, 142 


63 , 189 


Allegany 


7,929 


63 


106 


1,070 


1,170 


1,349 


1,393 


1,439 


1,339 


Anno A'>"im/1^1 


JO J J / O 


723 


170 


Q 7C 'I 


C Oil 

J , yii 


C Q/. C 
, 04 D 


, oyy 


6 ,487 


5, 580 




/ J » t / D 


3,588 


184 


1 1 flm 
i 1 , oUl 


1 i , -)0-> 


19 07^ 


1 /. £^ /. C 
i4 , D40 


11 , 245 


9 , 474 


O d _L L X U1(J L C 


X > 70 


953 


40 


ft 7 


Q 1 /. n 


in c 9 c 
iU, 525 


11 CC\Q 

ii , oyo 


10 , 750 


10 , 129 


\jcL XV tZL L 




Q/. 






04 / 


742 


712 


648 


525 


Caroline 


2,470 


151 


- 


379 


392 


405 


440 


377 


326 






81 


52 


1 AIT 


1 A 7 Q 

i , / y 






i , j4 


1 /. /17 


Cecil 


D , / ± 


24 


- 


1 noA 


1 19 1 
i , iZi 


1 1 £ Q 

i , iby 




1,102 


Q Q 7 

yo / 






404 


7 


1 /. m 
1 , 4U J 


1 9 Q Q 


1 7 1 
i , /iy 


1 C 1 Q 

i , Diy 


1 , 381 


1 1 A Q 

i , 148 




AQQ 
Z ,Oyy 


o 




/. 0/. 
4 Z4 




/. c 7 
4D/ 




/ 1 Q 

418 


370 


Frederick 


11,502 


428 


- 


1,746 


1,861 


2,030 


2,074 


1,719 


1,644 


Ijd L I c L L 


9 T OA 


13 


51 


/.IT 


397 


400 


/. 7 7 

42/ 


358 


333 


nd L L (J L U 


±0 , 70D 


84 


17 


2,652 


1 Q 1 /. 

2 , 0i4 


3 , 248 


2 , 957 


2 , 755 


9 /. C fl 

2 ,4 jy 


Howard 


1/ , D / / 


3 '54 




1 , 986 


2,018 


2 , 238 


2 , 194 


2,039 


1 ,824 


Kent 


1,585 


59 




227 


24 7 


273 


280 


266 


233 


Montgomery 


60,049 


1,634 


92 


8,145 


8,446 


10,106 


10,852 


10,553 


10,221 


Prince George's 


71,162 


1,955 


160 


10,766 


10,885 


12,541 


13,181 


11,553 


10,121 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,583 


9 




389 


397 


545 


443 


404 


396 


St. Mary's 


6,714 


175 




998 


953 


1,323 


1,182 


1,102 


981 


Somerset 


1,902 




39 


301 


328 


290 


339 


310 


295 


Talbot 


2,518 






362 


396 


496 


449 


418 


397 


Washington 


11,204 


165 


3 


1,749 


1,803 


2,068 


1,927 


1,829 


1,660 


Wicomico 


5,830 


111 


20 


915 


981 


1,033 


1,003 


917 


850 


Worcester 


3,162 


28 


7 


484 


479 


616 


534 


524 


490 



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



I 



TABLE 



Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1979 




Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 






Elementary Enrollment by 


Grade 














Total 
Elementary 


Pre— 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 




2 


■3 


A 
*+ 


3 


o 


7 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


777,725 


386,661 


4,955 


42,583 


12 738 




44,223 


45,533 


51,258 


52.998 


52,594 


52,197 


74 


Allegany 


14,044 


6.803 




819 


30 


- 


914 


914 


1,018 


1.089 


1.023 


996 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


71,989 


35.609 


- 


4,248 


1,099 


1,460 


4,344 


4,422 


4,976 


5,021 


4.990 


5.049 


- 


Baltimore City 


136, 187 


70,907 


2,773 


7,361 


3,880 


7,394 


8,429 


7,902 


8,742 


8,226 


8.533 


7,667 




Baltimore 


102,329 


48.163 


72 


5,188 


2,324 


15,663 


3,390 


3,602 


4.115 


4,441 


4.538 


4,830 




Calvert 


7,835 


3.952 


34 


508 


237 




479 


495 


530 


548 


550 


571 


_ 


Caroline 


4.694 


2,358 


_ 


308 


18 


- 


290 


290 


356 


396 


340 


360 


_ 


Carroll 


20,296 


10,394 


- 


1,202 


247 


- 


1,244 


1,359 


1,540 


1,633 


1.534 


1,635 


- 


Cecil 


13,072 


6,797 


25 


774 


165 


- 


892 


■ 879 


955 


1,046 


998 


1,063 




Charles 


17,811 


8,853 


117 


947 


352 


- 


1.066 


1,120 


1,269 


1,330 


1.372 


1,280 




Dorches ter 


5,381 


2,712 


52 


260 


25 




318 


382 


410 


436 


385 


444 


_ 


Frederick 


23,642 


12,511 


_ 


1,614 


172 


- 


1.680 


1,726 


1.837 


1,953 


1,827 


1,702 


_ 


Garrett 


5,530 


3,185 


- 


389 


39 


- 


388 


432 


473 


471 


461 


458 


74 


Harford 


32,021 


16,310 




1,881 


353 


- 


2,056 


2,169 


2.438 


2.524 


2,450 


2,439 




Howard 


25,400 


12,759 




1,450 


218 




1,525 


1,657 


1.834 


2.015 


1.993 


2,067 




Kent 


3,025 


1,445 


_ 


161 


35 




217 


199 


205 


209 


225 


194 


_ 


Montgomery 


102,633 


48,777 


711 


5,351 


1,559 


2,991 


5,213 


5,540 


6,371 


6.911 


7,135 


6.995 


- 


Prince George's 


127 , 529 


62,404 


O 1 "7 

ill 


6,198 


1,403 












Q *;ftA 






Queen Anne ' s 


4,772 


2,276 




256 


4 




291 


317 


361 


327 


373 


347 




St. Mary's 


12,652 


6,693 


235 


913 


302 




847 


832 


914 


888 


900 


862 




Somerset 


3,886 


2,023 


100 


224 


36 




259 


266 


302 


298 


266 


111 




Talbot 


4,145 


1.896 




200 


48 




270 


238 


261 


296 


285 


298 




Washington 


20,919 


10.681 


394 


1,226 


134 




1,339 


1,376 


1.554 


1,592 


1,520 


1,546 




Wicomico 


12,352 


6.578 


125 


778 


43 




840 


916 


962 


987 


918 


1,009 




Worcester 


5.581 


2,575 




327 


15 




319 


325 


384 


400 


394 


411 





(conti nued) 



TABLE 




Enrollment by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: September 30, 1979 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



LocsX Unit 


Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ct. d.a 1. 


Otlicr 


Total State 


391,064 


10,213 


106 


61,114 


62,484 


67,109 


70, 701 


62,918 


56,419 


Allegany 


7,241 


63 




1,070 


1 , 1 70 


1,206 


1,253 


1,285 


1,194 


Anne Arundel 


36,380 




ft! 


5,584 


5,751 


6,395 


6,477 


6,110 


5,259 


Baltimore City 


65,280 






10,963 


10,682 


10,832 


12,493 


9,377 


7,734 


Baltimore 


54,166 


780 




8,153 


8,514 


8,903 


10,037 


9,162 


8,617 


Calvert 


3,883 


94 


- 


661 


621 


697 


684 


624 


502 


Caroline 


2,336 






379 


392 


405 


440 


377 


326 


Carroll 


9,902 


ft 1 

1 




1,611 


1,678 


1,832 


1,733 


1,548 


1,407 


Cecil 


6, 275 


Q 




1,025 


1,061 


1,112 


1,145 


1,022 


901 


Charles 


8,958 


393 


7 


1,403 


1,388 


1,719 


1,519 


1,381 


1,148 


Dorchester 


2,669 


28 


- 


422 


455 


452 


536 


414 


362 


Frederick 


11,131 


4 ZO 




1,720 


1,824 


1,944 


1,996 


1,646 


1,573 


Garrett 


2,345 


i J 




417 


397 


400 


427 


358 


333 


Harford 


15,711 


84 


- 


2,601 


2,748 


2,926 


2,663 


2,483 


2,206 


Howard 


12,641 


342 




1,986 


2,018 


2,238 


2,194 


2,039 


1,824 


Kent 


1,580 


59 




224 


246 


272 


280 


266 


233 


Montgomery 


53,856 


1,533 




7,615 


7,940 


8,786 


9,551 


9,351 


9,080 


Prince George's 


65,125 


1,929 




10,282 


10,489 


11,080 


11,857 


10,418 


9,070 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,496 


9 




378 


390 


529 


427 


384 


379 


St. Mary's 


5,959 


175 




957 


929 


1,154 


1,017 


928 


799 


Somerset 


1,863 






301 


328 


290 


339 


310 


295 


Talbot 


2,249 






325 


344 


462 


401 


369 


348 


Washington 


10,238 


118 


3 


1,668 


1,691 


1,866 


1,719 


1,659 


1.514 


Wicomico 


5,774 


111 




906 


976 


1,024 


999 


913 


845 


Worcester 


3,006 


28 




463 


452 


585 


514 


494 


470 



TABLE 



Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland Institutions: September 30, 1979 





Grand 
Total 


Elepentary 


Secondary 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
Kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


Graded 
1-8 


Total 
Secon- 
dary 


Ungraded 


Graded 
7-12 


spec i-d X 


Other 




Other 


:otal State 


2.394 


620 


34 


_ 


260 


326 


_ 


1,774 


783 


991 


_ 


lepartment of Health and Mental Hygiene 
























Mental Retardation Administration 


368 


79 






79 


- 




289 


289 


- 


_ 


Great Oaks Center 


108 


17 


_ 


_ 


17 


- 


- 


91 


91 


- 


- 


Holly Center 


58 


20 


_ 


_ 


20 


- 


- 


38 


28 


— 


- 


Rosewood Center 


202 


42 


_ 


_ 


42 




- 


160 


160 




- 


Mental Hygiene Administration 


172 


56 






- 


56 




116 


76 


40 




Clifton T. Perkins Hospital 


25 


8 




I 


- 


8 


_ 


17 


- 


17 


_ 


Regional Institute for Children & Adolescents 


71 


48 


_ 


_ 


- 


48 


- 


23 


- 


23 


- 


Spring Grove Hospital 


45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


45 


45 


- 


- 


Springfield State Hospital 


31 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


31 


31 


- 


_ 


Juvenile Services Administration 


886 


20 


_ 


_ 




20 


- 


866 




866 


- 


Boys' Forestry Camp 


143 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


143 


- 


143 


- 


Boys' Village of Maryland 


78 








- 


- 




78 


- 


78 




Maryland Training School 


380 








- 


- 




380 


- 


380 


_ 


"Montrose School 


285 


20 


_ 


_ 


- 


20 


- 


265 


- 


265 


- 


apartment of Public Safety & Correctional Services 


335 


250 


_ 


_ 


- 


250 


_ 


85 


— 


85 


_ 


Maryland Correctional Pre-Release System 


61 


31 


- 


- 




31 


- 


30 




30 


- 


Maryland Correctional Institution 


96 


80 


- 


- 




80 


- 


16 




16 


- 


Maryland Correctional Institution for Women 


13 


8 


- 


- 




8 


- 


5 




5 


- 


Maryland Correctional Training Center 


143 


116 








116 




27 




27 




Maryland House of Correction 


11 


6 








6 




5 




5 




Maryland Penitentiary 


1 1 

XX 


9 








9 




2 




2 




ither Institutions 


633 


215 


34 




181 






418 


418 






Department of Education, Rehabilitation Center 


73 














73 


73 






Md. School for the Deaf - Columbia 


131 


131 


34 




97 














Md. School for the Deaf - Frederick 


381 


76 






76 






305 


305 






Patuxent Institute 


40 














40 


40 






U. of Md. School of Medicine, Psychiatric 
























Institute 


8 


8 






8 















TABLE 




Nonpublic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Mairyland: September 30, 1979 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
Dif f erent 
Teachers 

/ r -r r \ 

(F.T.E.) 


Grand 
Total. 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 






89,082 


16,139 


6,972 


65,971 


9 7 ft 9 


7 1 Q 

/ 1 y 


275 


9 7f^ 

z /u 


DO 


108 


9 


99 


ft n 90 7 

O , U ZU . / 


Al Icgsny 


2,036 


X , JHO 


9 


/. ft 




688 


14 


6 


5 


1 


Z 




Z 


110 . 1 


Anne Arundel 


O J X 7 J. 


D , J. 7 J 


1 /. '^i 

-L > 4 ji 






1 QQft 
1 , yyO 


J i 


9 9 
Z J 


1 J 


9 
Z 


XX 




XX 


469.2 


Baltimore City 




1 9Q7 
1 J , Z7 / 


i » -OD 


1 9<ift 
i , ZOO 


19 7*;. 9 
iZ , /D J 


■\r\ 1 Q£ 


iUi 


9 1 
Z i 


A 7 
H / 


1 A 


1 Q 

xy 


Q 


X X 


1,608.7 


Bait iiDore 




17,594 


3,179 


1,464 


12,951 


7 ftn 9 
/ , ouz 


1 9ft 


34 


A '\ 


1 9 


18 




18 


1 724.0 


Calvert 


D / 


486 


54 


45 


387 




5 


z 


1 




2 


- 


2 


47 . 8 


C A Tn Tin** 


196 


A 9 
Z 




i ± 




134 


3 




1 


1 


X 




X 




Carroll 


D4U 


Dy 5 


iU J 






A 7 


D 


z 


z 




z 




n 
Z 


29.3 


Cecil 


1 1/t 
1 J / 4 J 


1 Tn9 


OA 


Oft 


1 Tin 


A A 9 


J U 


1 

1 


c 
_) 


X 


J 




o 


111.8 




1 A Afi 
1 j^^D 


1,435 


100 


38 


1,297 


1 1 


10 


2 


7 


1 




_ 




Qn 9 




jO y 


339 


58 


38 


243 


9n 




i 


Z 




1 


- 


1 


9'^ 1 

Z. J . X 


Frederick 


1,883 


1 , Jl Z 


17 9 




X , U J 1 


371 


17 


7 


6 


2 


z 




9 
Z 


1 1 Q Q 

X X 7 . 7 


Garrett 


1 /. ft 


Q 7 


9 


T 9 


52 


51 


J 


1 






z 




9 
Z 


7.2 


Harford 


9 7 9 


1,997 


729 


141 


1,127 


1 9 7*^ 


9n 
ZU 


1 9 

1 z 


c 


X 


2 


- 


2 


164.5 


Howard 


nft 


3,049 


1,179 


126 


1,744 


9*; 


9 C 


9 9 
Z J 


iU 




2 




2 


XU X . X 


Kent 


165 


160 




13 


147 


5 


1 




2 


- 








X _/ . o 


Mont gome ry 


24.979 


18,786 


4,786 


1,576 


12,424 


6,193 


168 


78 


62 


14 


14 




14 


1,785.7 


Prince George's 


20,372 


14,335 


1,992 


1,322 


11,021 


6,037 


94 


34 


40 


10 


10 




10 


1,064. 3 


Queen Anne's 


164 


77 


41 




36 


87 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


21.7 


St. Mary's 


2.271 


1,516 


90 


62 


1,364 


755 


14 


2 


7 


2 


3 


1 


2 


111.4 


Somerset 


85 


46 




4 


42 


39 


2 




1 




1 




1 


3.0 


Talbot 


917 


648 


62 


49 


537 


269 


5 


2 


1 




2 




2 


71.2 


Washington 


2,301 


1,335 


85 


101 


1,149 


966 


14 


1 


4 


3 


6 




6 


153.7 


Wicomico 


Ilk 


718 


209 


59 


450 


56 


8 


2 


4 




2 




2 


49.4 


Worcester 


313 


157 




17 


140 


156 


2 








2 




2 


31.5 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Allegany, 5; Anne Arundel, 17; Baltimore City, 11; Baltimore, 33; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 1; 
Charles, 1; Dorchester, 1; Frederick, 5; Garrett, 1; Harford, 10; Howard, 20; Montgomery, 63; Prince George's, 20; Queen Anne's, 1; Talbot, 2; Washington,. 
Wicomico. 2; Total. 197. 





Catholic 


School Enrollment, 


l^umber of Schools and Teachers 


: State of 


Maryland : 


September 30, 


1979 




TABLE 

12 


Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 
(F.T.E.) 


Grand 

Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
dary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
gar ten 
and/ or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only 


Elemen- 
tary 




Combined Schools 


Total 


Pr e— 
kinder™ 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


69,527 


47,185 


271 


?.,038 


44,876 


22,342 


192 


_ 


138 


41 


13 


9 


4 


3,748.4 


Allegany 


1,556 


974 




29 


945 


582 


6 




5 


1 


- 


— 


— 


93.7 


Anne Arundel 


4,171 


3,090 


83 


56 


2,951 


1,081 


7 


: 


5 


2 








192,6 


Baltimore City 


18,952 


10,879 


33 


663 


10,183 


8,073 


52 


_ 


31 


13 


8 


8 




1,013.0 


Baltimore 


13,329 


9,792 


38 


452 


9,302 


3,537 


34 


_ 


27 


7 








737.0 


Calvert 


148 


148 


- 


— 


148 




1 


_ 


1 




- 


- 


- 


6.0 


Caroline 


161 


27 




_ 


27 


134 


2 






1 


1 




1 


45.3 


Carroll 


276 


276 






276 




1 




1 










10.7 


Cecil 


753 


753 


5 


42 


706 


_ 


3 


_ 


3 


_ 


I 


I 


I 


33.1 


Charles 


1,273 


1,273 




25 


1,248 


_ 


4 


_ 


4 


_ 








49.0 


Dorchester 




- 


- 


- 


— 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,127 


815 




17 


798 


312 


5 




3 


2 








81.0 


" Garrett 




























- 


Harford 


1,490 


553 


- 


35 


518 


937 


3 


_ 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


73.5 


Howard 


1,265 


1, 265 




22 






5 


- 


5 


- 








61.4 


Kent 












- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










Montgomery 


9,646 


6,911 


66 


234 


6,611 


2,735 


28 




21 


5 


2 




2 


586.7 


Prince George's 


12,132 


8,305 


46 


371 


7,888 


3,827 


28 




22 


6 








593.9 


Queen Anne' s 




























- 


St. Mary's 


2,077 


1,349 




34 


1,315 


728 


9 




6 


2 


1 


1 




101.7 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


392 


173 




5 


168 


219 


1 








1 




1 


26.0 


•' Washington 


527 


350 




28 


322 


177 


2 




1 


1 








29.5 


Wicomico 


252 


252 




25 


227 




1 • 




1 










14.3 


Worcester 































TABLE 

13 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment, Number of Schools and Teachers: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 





Number of Pupils 






Numb er 


of Schools 






Total 
Number 
Different 
Teachers 
(F.T.E.) 


Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secon- 
tary 


Grand 
Total 


Prekinder- 
garten 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
Only* 


Elemen- 
tary 


Secon- 
dary 


Combined Schools 


Total 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Elemen- 
tary 


Total 


Middle 


Other 


Total State 


57,390 


41.897 


15,868 


4,934 


21,095 


15,493 


527 


275 


132 


25 


95 




95 


/. 9 7 1 


Allegany 


480 


374 


255 


19 


100 


106 


8 


6 




- 


2 


_ 


2 


iO . H 


Anne Arundel 


4,020 


3, 103 


1,368 


295 


1,440 


917 


44 


23 


10 




11 


_ 


11 


276.6 


Baltimore City 


6,541 


4,418 


1 , 233 


605 


2,580 


2,123 


49 


21 


16 


1 


11 


_ 


11 


595.7 


Baltimore 


12,067 


7,802 


3,141 


1,012 


3,649 


4,265 


94 


54 


16 


6 


18 


- 


18 


Qft7 n 


Calvert 


528 


338 


54 


45 


239 


190 


4 


2 






2 




2 


A 1 ft 


Caroline 


35 


35 




11 


24 


- 


1 




1 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 n 
1 . u 


Carroll 


364 


317 


105 


19 


193 


47 


5 


2 


1 




2 


- 


2 


18.6 


Cecil 


992 


549 


89 


56 


404 


443 


7 


1 


2 


1 


3 


_ 


3 


78.7 1 


Charles 


173 


162 


100 


13 


49 


11 


6 


2 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


4 ± . Z 


Dorchester 


369 


339 


58 


38 


243 


30 


4 


1 


2 




1 




1 


1 


Frederick 


756 


697 


372 


92 


233 


59 


12 


7 


J 


- 


2 


_ 


2 


jO t y 


Garrett 


148 


97 


32 


13 


52 


51 


3 


1 






2 


- 


2 


7.2 


Harford 


1,782 


1,444 


729 


106 


609 


338 


17 


12 


3 




2 


- 


2 


91.0 ^ 


Howard 


1,820 


1,784 


1,179 


104 


501 


36 


30 


23 


5 




o 




2 


QQ 7 1 


Kent 


165 


160 




13 


147 


5 


2 


— 


2 


_ 








X J. D 


Montgomery 


15,333 


11,875 


4,720 


1,342 


5,813 


3,458 


140 


78 


41 


9 


12 




12 


1,199.0 


Prince George's 


8,240 


6,030 


1,946 


951 


3.133 


2.210 


66 


34 


18 


4 


10 




10 


470.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


164 


77 


41 




36 


87 


3 


1 




1 


1 




1 


21.7 


St. Mary's 


194 


167 


90 


28 


49 


27 


5 


2 


1 




2 




2 


9.7 


Somerset 


85 


46 




4 


42 


39 


2 




1 




1 




1 


3.0 


Talbot 


525 


475 


62 


44 


369 


50 


4 


2 


1 




1 




1 


45.2 


Washington 


1,774 


985 


85 


73 


827 


789 


12 


1 


3 


2 


6 




6 


124.2 


Wicomico 


522 


466 


209 


34 


223 


56 


7 


2 


3 




2 




2 


35.1 [ 


Worcester 


313 


157 




17 


140 


156 


2 








2 




2 


31.5 



*Schools with prekindergarten only are as follows: Allegany, 5; Anne Arundel, 17; Baltimore City, 11; Baltimore, 33; Calvert, 2; Carroll, 1; Cecil, 1; Charles 
1; Dorchester, 1; Frederick, 5; Garrett, 1; Harford, 10; Howard, 20; Montgomery, 63; Prince George's, 20; Queen Anne's, 1; Talbot, 2; Washington, 1; Wicomico, 
2; Total, 197. 



Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 



TABLE 

14 



Local Unit 



Elementary Enrollment by Grade 



Grand 
Total 



Total 
Elemen- 
tary 



Pr e— 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


16,139 


6,972 


922 


3,702 


7,724 


7,655 


8,314 


8,461 


8,420 


8,624 


6,192 


5,957 


255 


48 


_ 


100 


92 


112 


115 




128 


1 33 






1,451 


351 


_ 


837 


488 


474 


463 


527 


483 


510 


324 


285 


1,266 


1,268 


269 


893 


1,491 


1,479 


1,593 


1,598 


1,580 


1,724 


1,049 


1,087 


3,179 


1,464 


123 


823 


1,478 


1,427 


1,543 


1,638 


1,687 


1,641 


1,331 


1,260 


54 


45 






42 


56 


79 


64 


57 


46 


25 


18 




11 


27 


_ 


5 


5 















105 


19 


_ 


142 


40 


37 


45 


48 


38 


42 


39 


38 


94 


98 


_ 


35 


136 


143 


154 


155 


164 


157 


79 


87 


100 


38 


- 




157 


139 


170 


178 


161 


164 


172 


156 


58 


38 






35 


40 


35 


35 


29 


33 


19 


17 


372 


109 




_ 


121 


123 




1 17 
1 J / 






107 


109 


32 


13 


_ 


39 


3 


5 


5 












729 


141 




30 


144 


158 


169 


169 


169 


145 


90 


53 


1,179 


126 


15 


235 


175 


182 


198 


190 


176 


201 


188 


184 




13 






10 


16 


22 


17 


21 


19 


21 


21 


4,786 


1,576 


382 


157 


1,478 


1,434 


1,612 


1,677 


1,644 


1,687 


1,203 


1,150 


1,992 


1,322 


67 


356 


1,346 


1,339 


1,458 


1,400 


1,393 


1,444 


1,141 


1,077 


41 








6 


7 


10 


4 


4 


5 






90 


62 






149 


166 


158 


179 


196 


193 


158 


165 


4 




12 


4 


3 


6 


3 


4 


5 


1 


4 


62 


49 






58 


69 


80 


76 


95 


80 


39 


40 


85 


101 


39 




163 


166 


160 


157 


166 


165 


71 


62 


209 


59 




35 


80 


53 


68 


57 


58 


39 


33 


27 


17 




8 


23 


22 


19 


24 


23 


21 







jtal 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 



126,917 

2,036 
8,191 
25,493 
25,396 
676 

196 
640 
1,745 
1,446 
369 

1,883 
148 
3,272 
3,085 
165 

24,979 
20,372 
164 
2,271 
85 

917 
2,301 
774 
313 



89,082 

1,348 
6,193 
15,297 
17,594 
486 

62 
593 
1,302 
1,435 
339 

1,512 
97 
1,997 
3,049 
160 

18,786 
14,335 
77 
1,516 
46 

648 
1,335 
718 
157 



[conti nued) 



TABLE 




Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Sec on da ry 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


37 , 835 


911 


866 


m n 
J , UiU 




ft 1 1 Q 

O , 1 1 7 






A 77n 


Allegany 


688 




106 






143 


140 


154 


145 


Anne Arundel 






89 




ibU 




/• 9 9 
4 ZZ 


17 7 


9 1 
J Zi 


Baltimore City 


10, 196 


392 


181 


838 


Q O 1 




2 , 153 


i , obo 


1 7 A n 


Baltimore 


7 , 802 


173 


40 


3oU 






i » DDi 


1 ft 


1 R1 9 


Calvert 


190 


- 


- 




/-D 




9 Q 

Zo 


9 A 
ZH 


9*1 
Z J 


Caroline 


134 


134 




- 


- 






- 


- 


Carroll 


47 


~ 


40 


2 


1 




i 






Cecil 


/. /. o 


15 




71 


60 


57 


7/. 


oU 


od 


Charles 


iJ. 


11 


I 














Dorchester 




- 


- 


o 
L 


c 

J 


c 
3 


D 




o 
o 


Frederick 


371 






26 


37 


86 


78 


73 


71 


Garrett 


51 




51 














fiar 1 ore 




_ 


17 


C T 
-)i 


DO 


J Z Z 




272 


253 


Howard 


jo 


12 


24 














Kent 


5 






3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


6,193 


101 


92 


530 


506 


1,320 


1,301 


1,202 


1,141 


Prince George's 


6,037 


26 


160 


484 


396 


1,461 


1,324 


1,135 


1,051 


Queen Anne ' s 


87 






11 


7 


16 


16 


20 


17 


St. Mary's 


755 






41 


24 


169 


165 


174 


182 


Somerset 


39 




39 














Talbot 


269 






37 


52 


34 


48 


49 


49 


Washington 


966 


47 




81 


112 


202 


208 


170 


146 


Wicomico 


56 




20 


9 


5 


9 


4 


4 


5 


Worcester 


156 




7 


21 


27 


31 


20 


30 


20 



TABLE 



Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 




Elemerttary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
gar ten 


Kinder— 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


9 
L 


J 


A 


c 
J 


D 


7 


o 
o 


Special 


Other 


il State 


69,527 


47,185 


271 


2,038 


44 




2,011 


4,760 


4,741 


5,283 


5,497 


5,640 


5,803 


5,615 


5,482 


Allegany 


1,556 


974 


- 


29 








92 


112 


115 


124 


128 


155 


102 


117 


Anne Arundel 


4, 171 


3,090 


83 


56 






693 


O A 1 
ML 


281 


283 


305 


295 


293 


295 


265 


Baltimore City 


18,952 


10,879 


33 


663 






762 


1,119 


1,130 


1,217 


1,239 


1,219 


1,378 


1,032 


1,087 


Baltimore 


13,329 


9,792 


38 


452 


1 




556 


999 


923 


1,007 


1,077 


1,158 


1,103 


1,260 


1,218 


Calvert 


148 


148 






- 




~ 


10 


16 


27 


19 


18 


15 


25 


18 


Caroline 


161 


27 


- 


- 


27 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


276 


276 


- 


- 








34 


35 


36 


35 


35 


35 


35 


31 


Cecil 


753 


753 


5 


42 






- 


81 


93 


93 


93 


94 


89 


77 


86 


Charles 


1,273 


1,273 


- 


25 


- 




- 


143 


129 


156 


174 


159 


163 


170 


154 


Dorchester 










- 




- 


















Frederick 


1,127 


815 


- 


17 






_ 


87 


89 


100 


98 


108 


111 


101 


104 


Garrett 


- 


- 


- 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Harford 


1,490 


553 


- 


35 


- 






65 


74 


81 


11 


69 


61 


66 


30 


Howard 


1, 265 


1,265 




22 








134 


141 


165 


145 


156 


179 


io / 




Kent 
































Montgomery 


9,646 


6,911 


66 


234 


16 






661 


636 


793 


861 


886 


897 


928 


933 


Prince George's 


12,132 


8,305 


46 


371 








871 


855 


953 


997 


1,012 


1,046 


1,113 


1,041 


Queen Anne's 
































St. Mary's 


2,077 


1,349 




34 








132 


155 


152 


173 


191 


189 


158 


165 


Somerset 
































Talbot 


392 


173 




5 








16 


22 


31 


23 


41 


35 






Washington 


527 


350 




28 








40 


24 


46 


29 


37 


32 


62 


52 


Wicomico 


252 


252 




25 








35 


26 


28 


33 


34 


22 


24 


25 


Worcester 

































(continued) 



TABLE 




Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 



Secondary Enrollment by Grade 



Local Unit 


Tota 1 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


22,3A2 


365 




153 


638 


665 


5,480 


5,501 


4,892 


4,648 


Allegany 


582 






- 


_ 


_ 


143 


140 


154 


145 


Anne Arundel 


1,081 






- 


- 


- 


295 


289 


267 


230 


Baltimore City 


8,073 


169 




134 


509 


525 


1,811 


1,852 


1,585 


1,488 


Baltimore 


3.537 


- 






16 


18 


902 


932 


853 


816 


Calvert 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


134 


134 




- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


- 


- 




— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


312 






- 


10 


19 


78 


69 


67 


69 


Garrett 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


937 








- 


- 


260 


240 


220 


217 


Howard 


- 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Kent 






















Montgome ry 


2,735 


62 




19 


44 


48 


664 


686 


606 


606 


Prince George's 


3,827 












1,089 


1,035 


885 


818 


Queen Anne's 






















St. Mary's 


728 








32 


20 


164 


161 


172 


179 


Somerset 






















Talbot 


219 








27 


35 


27 


43 


42 


45 


Washington 


177 












47 


54 


41 


35 


Wicomico 






















Worcester 























TABLE 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 




Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary Enrollment by Grade 


Total 
Elemen- 
tary 


Pre- 
kinder- 
garten 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ungraded 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Special 


Other 


Total State 


57 , 390 


41,897 


15,868 


4,934 


878 


1,691 


2,964 


2,914 


3,031 


2,964 


2,780 


2,821 


577 


475 


Allegany 


480 


374 


255 


19 


- 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


4,020 


3,103 


1,368 


295 


- 


144 


247 


193 


180 


222 


188 


217 


29 


20 


Baltimore City 


6,541 


4,418 


1,233 


605 


269 


131 


372 


349 


376 


359 


361 


346 


17 


- 


Baltimore 


12,067 


7,802 


3,141 


1,012 


122 


267 


479 


504 


536 


561 


529 


538 


71 


42 


Calvert 


528 


338 


54 


45 






32 


40 


52 


45 


39 


31 


- 


- 


Caroline 


35 


35 


- 


11 


- 


- 


5 


5 


6 


4 


4 


- 


- 


_ 


Carroll 


364 


317 


105 


19 


- 


142 


6 


2 


9 


13 


3 


7 


4 


7 


Cecil 


992 


549 


89 


56 


- 


35 


55 


50 


61 


62 


70 


68 


2 


1 


Charles 


173 


162 


100 


13 






14 


10 


14 


4 


2 


1 


2 


2 


Dorchester 


369 


339 


58 


38 


- 


- 


35 


40 


35 


35 


29 


33 


19 


17 


Frederick 


756 


697 


372 


92 


- 


- 


34 


34 


46 


39 


32 


37 


6 


5 


Garrett 


148 


97 


32 


13 


- 


39 


3 


5 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Harford 


1,782 


1,444 


729 


106 




30 


79 


84 


88 


97 


100 


84 


24 


23 


Howard 


1 , 820 


1,784 


1,179 


104 


15 


235 


41 


41 


33 


45 


20 


22 


21 


28 


Kent 


165 


160 




13 






10 


16 


22 


17 


21 


19 


21 


21 


Montgomery 


15,333 


11,875 


4,720 


1,342 


366 


157 


817 


798 


819 


816 


758 


790 


275 


217 


Prince George's 


8,240 


6,030 


1,946 


951 


67 


356 


475 


484 


505 


403 


381 


398 


28 


36 


Queen Anne's 


164 


77 


41 








6 


7 


10 


4 


4 


5 






St. Mary's 


194 


167 


90 


28 






17 


11 


6 


6 


5 


4 






Somerset 


85 


46 




4 




12 


4 


3 


6 


3 


4 


5 


1 


4 


Talbot 


525 


475 


62 


44 






42 


47 


49 


53 


54 


45 


39 


40 


Washington 


1,774 


985 


85 


73 


39 




123 


142 


114 


128 


129 


133 


9 


10 


Wicomico 


522 


466 


209 


34 




35 


45 


27 


40 


24 


24 


17 


9 


2 


Worcester 


313 


157 




17 




8 


23 


22 


19 


24 


23 


21 







(conti nued ) 



TABLE 




Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: September 30, 1979 



Local Unit 


Secondary Enrollment by Grade 




Total 
Secondary 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Special 


Other 


Total State 




546 


713 




9 "197 
Z , JZ / 


z , O J 7 


2 442 


2 332 


9 122 


Allegany 


106 




lUO 














Anne Arundel 


Q1 7 




Oj 


1 7Q 


160 


155 


133 


110 


91 


Baltimore City 


2, 123 


Z Z J 




'^90 


J DO 


J JZ 


1 


9RT 

ZO J 


252 


Bal timore 




173 


40 


30^ 


DUO 


7 90 
/ ZVJ 


7 9Q 

/ Z 7 


735 


696 


Calvert 


lyu 


- 


- 


A A 


9fi 


L ^ 


28 


24 


23 


Caroline 


- 














- 


- 


Carroll 


47 




Art 


o 

Z 


1 


J 


1 
1 






Cecil 


443 


1 s 

X J 




/ 1 


ou 


J / 


7A 


80 


86 


Charles 


11 


11 


_ 














Dorchester 


7n 

JU 


- 


- 


2 


5 


5 




4 


8 




59 






16 


18 


8 


9 


6 


2 


Garrett 


51 




51 














Harford 


338 


- 


17 


51 


66 


C 9 
Z 




jZ 


JO 


Howard 


36 


12 


24 














Kent 


5 






3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Montgomery 


3,458 


39 


73 


486 


458 


656 


615 


596 


535 


Prince George's 


2,210 


26 


160 


484 


396 


372 


289 


250 


233 


Queen Anne's 


87 






11 


7 


16 


16 


20 


17 


St. Mary's 


27 






9 


4 


5 


4 


2 


3 


Somerset 


39 




39 














Talbot 


50 






10 


17 


7 


5 


7 


4 


Washington 


789 


47 




81 


112 


155 


154 


129 


111 


Wicomico 


56 




20 


9 


5 


9 


4 


4 


5 


Worcester 


156 




7 


21 


27 


31 


20 


30 


20 



Pupil Withdrawals by Grade: Maryland Public Schools: 1979-80 



TABLE 

17 







Elementary 


Secondary 


Local Unit 


Grand 




















Spec . 


Un- 
















Spec 




Total 


Total 


Prek.* 


Kgn.* 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


Ed . 


Graded 


Total 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Ed. 


Total State 


21,918 


1,868 


692 


595 


113 


61 


64 


58 


37 


59 


128 


61 


20,050 


711 


1,254 


2,946 


6,336 


5,076 


3,222 


505 


Allegany 


193 


8 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


185 


2 


8 


28 


59 


62 


26 


227 


Anne Arundel 


1,636 


21 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


4 


1.615 


14 


42 


207 


432 


423 


270 


- 


Baltimore City 


10,949 


1,425 


543 


452 


102 


50 


47 


47 


28 


38 


74 


44 


9,524 


581 


857 


1,353 


3,186 


2,141 


1,406 


- 


Baltimore 


1,998 


71 


1 


18 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 


30 


11 


1,927 


47 


113 


268 


664 


463 


317 


55 


Calvert 


141 


3 


- 


- 


- 




~ 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


138 


- 


2 


42 


43 


34 


17 


- 


Caroline 


109 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


2 


3 


15 


36 


38 


15 


- 


Carroll 


287 


15 


9 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


272 


1 


1 


38 


69 


96 


66 


1 


Cecil 


247 


16 


3 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


231 


6 


14 


40 


61 


67 


43 


- 


Charles 


334 


14 


6 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


320 


3 


8 


80 


86 


78 


42 


23 


Dorchester 


121 


9 


3 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


112 


7 


5 


19 


34 


25 


15 


7 


Frederick 


364 


5 


- 


4 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


359 


7 


20 


87 


115 


80 


49 


1 


Garrett 


100 


4 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


96 


1 


6 


8 


30 


31 


20 


- 


Harford 


547 


11 


- 


10 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


536 


7 


33 


151 


133 


141 


67 


4 


Howard 


256 


5 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 




- 


- 


1 


- 


251 




4 


42 


62 


78 


59 


6 


Kent 


92 


3 












\ 






2 




89 


2 


3 


15 


20 


30 


12 


7 


Montgomery 


987 


82 


38 


12 


5 


3 


6 


3 


5 


5 


3 


2 


905 


5 


8 


69 


235 


290 


259 


39 


Prince George's 


2,264 


69 


20 


31 




1 


3 


1 




4 


9 




2,195 


6 


59 


187 


764 


701 


362 


116 


Queen Anne ' s 


134 


2 










2 












132 


1 


1 


33 


28 


46 


23 




St. Mary's 


226 


16 


9 


2 










1 




4 




210 


2 


14 


58 


54 


56 


19 


7 


Somerset 


89 


7 


4 


1 












2 






82 




13 


11 


19 


24 


15 




Talbot 


82 


1 




1 


















81 




3 


24 


23 


19 


12 




Washington 


374 


58 


43 


12 






1 








2 




316 


1 


5 


80 


96 


70 


54 


10 


Wicomico 


257 


23 


13 


8 




1 


1 












234 


15 


25 


59 


58 


47 


28 


2 


Worcester 


131 
























131 


1 


7 


32 


29 


36 


26 




Withdrawals as a 










































percent of Sept. 










































1979 Enrollments 


2.8 


0.5 


14.0 


1.4 


0.3 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


0.1 


1.0 


0.2 


5.1 


1.2 


2.0 


4.4 


9.0 


8.1 


5.7 


4.9 



♦Includes Prek., 576 and Kgn., 347 withdrawals d 



Vie to immaturity. 



I 



TABLE 

18 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: September 

Grades: Prek-6 



June 1979-80 





Total 






















Special Cases - 
























in— 






Superintendent ' s 




























Adt] 


r oval 








































Physi— 


Physi— 










M-i 1 -f 

niJ. 1— 


conipa t i— 












Unde— 


Local unit 


Including 


Excluding 


ca 1 


ca 1 


Mental 


Mental 


Em 


nar— 


tary 


Diiity 


Court 


Ec on— 




Im- 




ter- 








Ill- 


Disa- 


Ill- 


Disa- 


ploy- 


riage 


Ser- 


wi th 


Action 


nomir 


Expul- 


matur- 


Othei 


minded 




Death 


Death 


ness 


bility 


ness 


bility 


ment 




vice 


School* 






8ionf 


ity ?i 






Total State 


1,868 


1,826 


12 


47 


1 


- 


5 


- 


- 


23 


8 


5 


11 


952 


48 


714 


Allegany 


8 


6 


















i 


Z 




3 






Anne Arundel 


21 


18 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 








D 


7 


1 


Baltimore City 


1,425 


1 , 425 




45 




- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 






745 




633 


Bal t iiuore 


71 


62 


1 

X 




1 
J. 










Q 
O 




1 

i. 






iU 


1 Q 


L«a± Vc L L 


3 


2 
















1 


1 












Caro 1 ine 


































• Carroll 


Ld 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




J 




11 


Cecil 


16 


15 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 








7 


Phil T* 1 P Q 


14 


14 


















2 






Q 
O 






Dor cli ester 


9 


8 






















1 


6 


1 




r redericK 


5 


4 
























/. 






Garrett 


4 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 




Z 




_ 


Harford 


11 


9 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




9 




- 


Howard 


5 


4 


1 






















2 


1 




Kent 


3 


2 
















z 














Montgomery 


82 


79 


1 














1 








31 


5 


41 


Prince George's 


69 


59 


2 








2 






3 


2 






50 






Queen Anne ' s 


2 
































St. Mary's 


16 


15 


1 








1 






1 








12 






Somerset 


7 


7 


1 








2 












1 


1 


1 




Talbot 


1 


1 




























1 


Washington 


58 


57 


3 














1 




1 


1 


40 


11 




Wicomico 


23 


23 




2 




















12 


8 


1 


Worcester 



































Deat 



/Expulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age) , 
^Under compulsory attendance age. 



TABLE 

Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Terminations: Maryland Public Schools: Septenijer - June 1979-80 ^ 

Grades: 7-12 | C J 



Local Unit 


Total 


Physi- 
cal 
111- 
ness 


Physi- 
cal 
Disa- 
b ility 


Mental 
111- 
ness 


Mental 
Disa- 
bility 


Em 
ploy- 
ment 


Mar- 
riage 


flXXX- 

tary 
Ser- 
vice 




In— 
Couipati" 
Diiity 
with 
School* 


Court 
Action 


Econ- 

noniic 


Spec 
Supe 
A 


ial Cases - 
rintendent ' s 

nnrnvfll 


tode- 
ter- 
minded 


Death 


Including 
Death 


Excluding 
Death 


Expul- 
sion/ 


la- 
ma tur- 

ity^ 


Other 


1 

■tal State 


20,050 


19, 963 


18 


156 


12 


8 


1,618 


197 


310 


14,801 


116 


92 


564 


16 


414 


1,641 


87 


Allegany 


185 


183 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


13 


10 


3 


112 


8 


15 


10 


1 


8 


_ 


2 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,615 


1,608 


4 


10 


- 


1 


87 


14 


24 


1,240 


12 


- 


93 


1 


118 


4 


7 


Baltimore City 


9,524 


9,524 




101 








67 


101 


7,656 










5 


1,594 




Baltimore 


1,927 


1, 917 


1 


3 


4 


2 


133 


17 


35 


1,402 


7 


33 


272 


3 




5 


10 


Calvert 


138 


138 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


4 


2 


119 


_ 


_ 


3 




8 


_ 


_ 


Caroline 


109 


109 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


47 


2 


7 


35 


2 


_ 


6 


6 


4 


- 


_ 


Carroll 


272 


269 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


3 


9 


228 


- 


- 


2 




16 


4 


3 


Cecil 


231 


231 


1 


4 


1 


1 




2 


1 


182 


6 




3 




23 


7 




Charles 


320 


317 




1 






50 


6 


8 


234 


1 




14 


_ 


3 




3 


Dorchester 


112 


110 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


5 


3 


- 


71 


2 


1 


17 


- 


10 


- 


2 


Frederick 


359 


357 


2 


2 


- 


- 


20 


3 


1 


224 


2 


18 


34 


2 


49 


- 


2 


Garrett 


96 


96 


- 


1 


- 


- 


11 


7 


1 


65 


5 




2 


2 


2 


- 


- 


Harford 


536 


535 










39 


7 


7 


377 


b 


1 


/. /. 
'»'( 


_ 


54 




1 


Howard 


251 


246 


I 


2 


2 


_ 






5 


236 


1 






- 




_ 


5 


Kent 


89 


86 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


78 


4 


- 


- 






- 


3 


Montgomery 


905 


895 


3 


2 


2 


- 


357 


23 


24 


418 


14 


- 


5 




23 


24 


10 


Prince George's 


2,195 


2,172 


2 


8 


1 


4 


812 


15 


68 


1,196 


35 


19 






12 




23 


Queen Anne's 


132 


130 












2 


1 


112 






6 




9 




2 


St. Mary's 


210 


204 










1 


4 


3 


188 


3 




1 




4 




6 


Somerset 


82 


82 




1 












69 






7 


1 


4 






Talbot 


81 


81 


1 


1 


2 




5 




1 


67 






1 






3 




Washington 


316 


312 


1 


2 






21 


6 • 


4 


237 


4 


1 






36 




4 


■ • Wicomico 


234 


230 










8 




1 


184 


1 




20 




16 




4 


Worcester 


131 


131 


3 


13 






1 


1 


1 


71 


3 


4 


24 




10 







'icompatibility between school and pupil (16 years of age and over), 
repulsion for disciplinary reasons (under 16 years of age), 
jider compulsory attendance age. 



TABLE 

19 



Pupil Withdrawals: Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: September - June 1979-80 

Grades: Prek-6 



Local Unit 



Total 



Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 



Adminis- 
trative 
Decision- 
No 
Change 
of 

Residence 



Pro- 
mo t ion 

No 
Change 
of 

Residence 



Change 

of 

Residence 



Public School 

Outsidp 
the Local Unit 



Nonpubltc School 



In 

Maryland 



In 
Another 
State * 



In 
Same 
Local 

Unit 



In 

Maryland 



In 
Another 
State 



School 

in a 
Foreign 
Country 



Other Programs 



Home 
teach- 
ing 



Hos- 
pital 
teach- 
ing 



Evening 
High 
School 



State 
Institutio 
with 
Educatio 
Program 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 
Carroll 
Cecil 
Char le s 
Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

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

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 



54,542 

463 
4,081 
18,498 
4,478 

316 

216 
667 
652 
721 
244 

932 
190 
5,212 
889 
153 

4,712 
8,887 
167 
924 
151 

131 
1,018 
604 
236 



1,905 
9 

175 

484 
24 

5 
23 
11 
19 

4 

53 

129 
37 
1 

413 
424 
2 
51 



30 
7 
4 



3,167 

5 

24 



3,125 
4 



23,125 

199 
1,303 
11,380 
1,480 
78 

59 
232 
278 
214 

93 

361 
73 
708 
173 
39 

1,537 
3,710 

26 
274 

36 

32 
505 
293 

42 



11,484 

52 
783 
5,405 
1,297 
111 

66 
144 

82 
179 

63 

161 
34 
328 
304 
51 

711 
1,174 
77 
120 
55 

46 
63 
105 
73 



10.663 

180 
1,459 

861 

87 

70 
203 
244 
244 

81 

307 
75 
822 
300 
48 

1,387 
3,082 
53 
401 
52 

42 
381 
181 
101 



2,589 

13 
175 
1,608 
152 
7 

2 
11 
19 

23 
3 

23 
3 
32 
14 
9 

182 
227 
1 
44 
3 

4 
21 
10 

3 



198 

1 
36 

49 
4 



11 
2 
5 



13 
13 



18 
18 
6 
4 
3 

1 
2 



182 

2 
11 

29 



63 
33 



731 

5 
55 

55 
1 



13 
3 
11 



12 
1 
26 
36 
3 

363 
110 

18 
1 



281 

2 
67 



29 
15 



3 
18 



24 
90 



64 

3 
38 



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



j 



Pupil Withdrawals: 



Cause of Transfer: Maryland Public Schools: 
Grades: 7-12 



September - June 1979-80 



TABLE 

19 



Local Unit 




Public School in the 
Same Local Unit 


Public School 

Outside 
the Local Unit 


Nonpublic School 


School 

in a 
Foreign 
C oun t ry 


Other Programs 


Total 


Adminis— 
t ra t ive 
Decision- 
No 

ninjin OP 

of 

Res idenc e 


Pro- 
motion 

No 
Change 
of 

Residence 


Change 
of 

Res i dencc 


In 
Same 
Local 

Unit 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State 


Home 
teach- 
ing 


Hos- 
pital 
teach- 
ing 


Evening 
High 
School 


State 
Institution 
with 
Education 
Program 


In 

Maryland 


In 
Another 
State * 


Total State 


36,059 


2,336 


2,466 


12,345 


7,036 


6,537 


1,130 


215 


194 


390 


1,449 


235 


1,165 


561 




206 


5 




57 


25 


84 


5 


2 


- 


1 


24 


- 


- 


3 


Anne Arundel 


2,827 


408 


11 


514 


512 


739 


55 


35 


24 


50 


251 


19 


168 


41 


Baltimore City 


11,331 






7,220 


3,229 


- 


603 


- 


- 




- 


- 


— 


279 


B3.I timore 


2,890 


354 


37 


643 


762 


517 


108 


40 


19 


28 


- 


143 


214 


25 


Calver t 


198 


3 




23 


69 


54 


5 


4 


1 




25 


1 


5 


8 




123 


2 




13 


44 


52 


4 


5 


- 




1 


- 


2 


- 


Carroll 


54] 


24 


2 


86 


122 


112 


12 


4 


1 


4 


101 


4 


58 


11 


Cecil 


376 






101 


56 


199 


7 


5 


2 


2 


- 


- 


1 


3 


Char les 


803 


118 


1 


119 


160 


130 


4 


6 


2 


5 


120 


- 


126 


12 


Dorches ter 


96 






11 


40 


32 


1 


1 


6 








3 


2 


Freds rick 


525 


2 


1 


129 


118 


160 


9 


4 


3 


5 


46 


4 


36 


8 


Garrett 


98 






9 


19 


57 


5 


1 


1 




4 


~ 


- 


2 


Harford 


3,835 


341 


2,376 


234 


222 


450 


20 


13 


7 


13 


136 


9 


3 


11 




628 


47 


5 


85 


213 


210 


3 


22 


13 


14 


1 


4 


2 


9 


Kent 


84 


1 




10 


21 


40 


7 




1 




3 






1 


Montgomery 


3,228 


430 


18 


699 


360 


890 


113 


32 


76 


199 


185 


32 


176 


18 


Prince George's 


6,440 


401 




2,073 


718 


2,113 


128 


27 


25 


51 


443 


12 


360 


89 


Queen Anne ' s 


111 


6 




10 


44 


43 


2 


4 


1 










1 


St. Mary's 


525 


80 


1 


66 


81 


220 


14 






5 


45 


1 


11 


1 


Somerset 


75 


1 


1 


6 


26 


29 


3 


1 






8 








Talbot 


117 






7 


34 


41 


. 4 


1 






17 






13 


Washington 


593 


111 


13 


137 


49 


202 


13 




9 


6 


38 


3 




12 


Wicomico 


262 


2 




80 


66 


86 


5 


6 


2 


7 




1 




7 


Worcester 


147 






13 


46 


77 




2 


1 




1 


2 




5 



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



TABLE 

Nonpromotlons by Number and Percent: Grades Prek.-12: Maryland Public Schools: 
Ji 1 June Net Roll, 1980 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


■t"oTn n f" f> H 


Not Pr 


omoted 


Total 




Not Promoted 


Total 




Not Promoted 


It UXU U C L. 


P G r C 6T1 1 


Nximber 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


762,619 


718,557 


44,062 


5.8 


388,882 


374.357 




J.I 


373,737 


344,200 


9Q ^"Xl 


7 Q 


Allegany 


13,821 


13,671 


150 


1.1 


6,773 


6.679 


94 


1.4 


7,048 


6,992 


56 


0.8 


Anne Arundel 


70,410 


67,385 


3,025 


4.3 


35,625 


34.918 


707 


2.0 


34,785 


32,467 


2.318 


6.7 


Baltimore City 


132.623 


114,247 


18,376 


13.9 


71,437 


64.474 


6,963 


9.8 


61,186 


49,773 


11.413 


19.6 


Baltimore 


100,773 


96,674 


4,099 


4.1 


48,767 


47,205 


1 , ->DZ 


5 . L 


52,006 


49.469 




A Q 


Calvert 


7,755 


7,291 


464 


6.0 


4,021 


3,869 


152 


3.8 


3,734 


3,422 


312 


8.4 


Caroline 


4,620 


4,505 


115 


2.5 


2,396 


2,358 


38 


1.6 


2.224 


2,147 


11 


3.5 


Carroll 


19,852 


19,510 


342 


1.7 


10,400 


10.284 


116 


1.1 


9,452 


9,226 


226 


2.4 


Cecil 


12,838 


12,447 


391 


3.1 


6,835 


6.672 


163 


2.4 


6,003 


5,775 


228 


3.8 


Charles 


17,587 


16,741 


846 


4.8 


8,943 


8.646 


297 


3 . 3 


8,644 


8,095 






Dorchester 


5,250 


5,061 


189 


3.6 


2,693 


2,595 


98 


3.6 


2,557 


2,466 


91 


3.6 


Frederick 


23,343 


22,486 


857 


3.7 


12,717 


12,312 


405 


3.2 


10,626 


10.174 


452 


4.3 


Garrett 


5,404 


5,281 


123 


2.3 


3.077 


3,014 


63 


2.1 


2.327 


2.267 


60 


2.6 


Harford 


31,214 


30,071 


1,143 


3.7 


16,193 


15,813 




9 T 
Z.J 


15.021 


14,258 


7fi? 

/ D J 


c; 1 


Howard 


25,322 


24,794 


528 


2.1 


12.896 


12,766 


130 


1.0 


12,426 


12,028 


398 


3.2 


Kent 




9 779 


111 

± X J 


"< Q 


1 AIR 


Jl » J 3 / 


61 


4.3 




1 A 1 "i 
J. , 4 ±3 


52 


3.5 


Montgomery 


101,651 


99,239 


2,412 


2.4 


49.367 


48.727 


640 


1.3 


52,284 


50,512 


1.772 


3.4 


Prince George's 


124,395 


116,717 


7,678 


6.2 


62,779 


61.530 


1,249 


2.0 


61,616 


55,187 


6,429 


10.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,678 


4,502 


176 


3.8 


2,315 


2.259 


56 


2.4 


2,363 


2,243 


120 


5.1 


St. Mary's 


12,231 


11,446 


785 


6.4 


6,548 


6,214 


334 


5.1 


5,683 


5,232 


451 


7.9 


Somerset 


3,788 


3,619 


169 


4.5 


2,000 


1.919 


81 


4.0 


1,788 


1,700 


88 


4.9 


Talbot 


4,069 


3,612 


457 


11.2 


1,902 


1.638 


264 


13.9 


2,167 


1,974 


193 


8.9 


Washingt