Education in Arab Countries of the Near East: Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Transjordan, Syria, Lebanon

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1. Expenditures on Public Education in Egypt, 1882-194616
2. Budget of Ministry of Education, Egypt, 1945-4617
3. Number of and Enrollment in Public, Private, and Foreign Schools in Egypt, 1913-14 and 1944-4534
4. Distribution of Pupils by Grade in Public (Compulsory, Primary, Secondary) Schools in Egypt, 1940-41 and 1942-4335
5. Teachers in Egyptian Schools, 1942-4338
6. Program of Studies for Elementary Schools, Egypt, 1945-4642
7. Program of Studies for Public Kindergartens, Egypt, 1945-4647
8. Program of Studies for Primary Schools, Egypt, 1945-4650
9. Public Primary Examination Results, Egypt, 1939-40, 1941-42, 1943- 4455
10. Public Primary Examination Results, Egypt, 1910-4055
11. Program of Studies, General-Culture Stage, of Secondary Schools, Egypt, 1945-4658
12. Program of Studies for Orientation Year of Secondary Schools, Egypt, 1945-4661
13. Public Secondary-School Examination Results, Egypt, 1939-40, 1941- 42, 1943-4465
14. Distribution of Students by Faculties, Fuad I University, Egypt, 1945- 4675
15. Enrollment in Institute of Education for Men, Cairo, 1945-46101
16. Enrollment in Egyptian Schools under Public, Private, and Foreign Control, 1942-43112
17. Activities and Attendance of the Division of Extension of the American University at Cairo, 1944-45116
18. Public Examination Results, Iraq, 1944-45137
19. Number of Schools, Teachers, and Pupils in Iraq, 1920-45, According to Level and Type of School140
20. The Growth of Primary Education, Iraq, 1920-45142
21. Enrollment of Pupils by Grades in Public Primary Schools, Iraq, 1920- 45142
22. Enrollment in Secondary Schools, Iraq, 1944-45143
23. Enrollment of Secondary-School Students by Years, Iraq, 1924-45144
24. Public Primary-School Program of Studies, Iraq, 1945-46149
25. Public Primary Teachers Classified According to Qualifications, Iraq, 1945-46161

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