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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS.

The quarterly returns of attendance for the period ended 30tb June, which have just been compiled by the Otago Education Board, show that there were 188 schools in operation daring the quarter, employing 253 male and 248 female teachers, besides fifteen teachers of sewing. The number of pupils on tho school rolls at the beginning of the quarter was 22,218, and at tho end of the quarter 22,577, consisting of 11,749 boys and 10,828 girls. The average attend an o° for the quarter was 10,192 boys and 9,262 girls, making a total of 19,454, being a decrease of 37 from the previous quarter. The average attendances at the City and suburban schools were: George street, 775 ; Normal, 707; High street, 674; Albany street, C 44; Union street, G2l; Cavers ham, 612; Macandrew road, 596 ; Arthur street, 585; Kaikorai, 538; Mornington, 524; North-east Valley, 477; Forbury, 399; Kensington, 358; Envensbourne, 199. The attendances at Camara were South School, 474; North, 444; Middle, 420. At the District High Schools Port Chalmers, 585; Tokomairiro, 344; Lawrence, 283; Palmerston, 281.

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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS., Issue 7954, 9 July 1889

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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. Issue 7954, 9 July 1889

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