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Regional Secondary School Enrollment (1911, 1926/27, and 1938)


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Regional Secondary School Enrollment (a)


States and Prussian Provinces
1911
1926/27
1938 (b)
Students per Teacher
Students per 1,000 Residents
(c)
Students per Teacher
Students per 1,000 Residents
(d)
Students per Teacher
Students per 1,000 Residents
(d)
 
East Prussia
21.4
8
21.2
11
16.6
10
Brandenburg
20
13
17.9
9
17
7
Berlin
19.5
15
18.5
22
17.6
14
Saxony
18.9
8
18.8
10
16.5
7
Schleswig-Holstein
20.7
9
18.8
12
15.7
9
Westphalia
18.5
8
20.9
13
16.5
10
Rheinland
19.1
11
19.6
15
16.8
10
  Prussia
19.5
10
19.5
13
15.5
9
  Bavaria
15.3
8
15.7
12
15.2
10
  W├╝rttemberg
23.1
14
20.7
15
17.8
13
  Baden
17.5
13
17.4
16
13.8
11
  Saxony
16.6
7
17.6
11
13.3
7
  German Empire (e)
18.8
10
18.7
13
15.2
9


a) Gymnasien, Progymnasien, Realprogymnasien, Oberreal- and Realschulen, Oberlyzeen as well as other institutions (P├Ądagogien etc.), except Vorschulen. We were unable to properly differentiate between private and public schools; the percentage of private schools was small, however (1911: 19.8%, 1921/22: 14.6%; 1938: 11%). Due to the smaller size of the private schools, the percentage of private school students was even lower (1938: 2.6%).

b) Based on the borders as of December 31, 1937.

c) Present population after the 1910 census.

d) Inhabitants after the 1925 and 1939 census.

e) Without the Saar region.



Source of original German table: Sozialgeschichtliches Arbeitsbuch, Volume III, Materialien zur Statistik des Deutschen Reiches 1914-1945, edited by Dietmar Petzina, Werner Abelshauser, and Anselm Faust. Munich: Verlag C.H. Beck, 1978, p. 168.

Translation: Fred Reuss

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