Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the Year Ending June 4, 1894 . in the near future. Iheentire cost will be about ten thousand dollars. With a few exceptions our school houses are comfortably furnished.We need many new and better blackboards. I wish to call the attention of our teachers to the fact that the wayto get better apparatus and appliances and more of them is to showour school directors and patrons the value of them by intelligentlyusing what we already have. Very few school boards will refuse toprovide what is really nec

Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the Year Ending June 4, 1894 . in the near future. Iheentire cost will be about ten thousand dollars. With a few exceptions our school houses are comfortably furnished.We need many new and better blackboards. I wish to call the attention of our teachers to the fact that the wayto get better apparatus and appliances and more of them is to showour school directors and patrons the value of them by intelligentlyusing what we already have. Very few school boards will refuse toprovide what is really nec Stock Photo
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Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the Year Ending June 4, 1894 . in the near future. Iheentire cost will be about ten thousand dollars. With a few exceptions our school houses are comfortably furnished.We need many new and better blackboards. I wish to call the attention of our teachers to the fact that the wayto get better apparatus and appliances and more of them is to showour school directors and patrons the value of them by intelligentlyusing what we already have. Very few school boards will refuse toprovide what is really necessary. The citizens of the Stokes and the Eakin district, in Brighton town-ship, have each provided a library of about one hundred, carefullyselected volumes and the school board has put a good book case ineach of these school houses. Such intelligent enterprise deservesespecial mention. We hope to be able to speak of others next year. Two new school districts were made this year: Aliquippa Boro., from a part of Logstown Ind., and Daugherty township from a part ofPulaski township. We now have fifty districts in the county..

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