49 NUMBER OF SCHOOLS BY CATEGORY OF SCHOOLS (not including counties) (unit) (year end)






Institutions
of Higher
Learning
Specialized
Secondary
Schools
Regular
Secondary
Schools
Agricultural
and
Vocational
Middle
Schools
Workers'
Training
Schools
Primary
Schools
Item

Total of 382 Cities 1066 2945 21980 2875 2992 114727
Total of 72 E.I.R.E. Cities 576 1442 6050 983 1365 22702
Total of 10 S.P. Cities 181 375 1512 309 474 4522
Total of 14 O.C. Cities 149 374 1478 367 658 4432
Total of 4 S.E.Z. Cities 10 26 93 12 4 394
Beijing Municipality 64 96 378 15 163 679
Tianjin Municipality 28 62 373 92 125 670
Hebei Province 49 128 944 97 114 5102
Shijiazhuang 15 34 104 9 21 190
Tangshan 4 10 91 18 17 370
Qinhuangdao 2 8 38 7 4 106
Handan 9 110 8 27 211
Xingtai 1 8 37 3 2 97
Baoding 7 7 51 19 21 147
Zhangjiakou 6 10 59 8 12 169
Chengde 3 8 31 2 1 104
Cangzhou 2 8 19 2 105
Nangong 1 42 2 1 428
Xinji 1 51 2 333
Dingzhou 3 75 2 1 495
Zhuozhou 2 36 2 1 385
Langfang 2 6 38 3 1 398
Renqiu 1 36 2 394
Potou 3 64 2 1 586
Hengshui 2 7 28 3 2 303
Shahe 2 34 3 2 281
Shanxi Province 22 101 785 82 52 4612
Taiyuan 10 44 157 39 26 948
Datong 3 12 109 10 8 446
Yangquan 3 53 5 3 220
Changzhi 2 15 66 4 2 177
Jincheng 1 96 9 1012
Xinzhou 1 6 90 3 1 342
Yuci 1 5 92 3 5 306
Linfen 3 6 57 6 3 707
Houma 1 16 1 3 91
Yuncheng 1 9 49 2 1 363
Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region 25 111 568 98 74 2252
Hohhot 9 35 53 12 19 298
Baotou 3 13 93 8 11 252
Wuhai 2 38 2 13 52
Chifeng 1 6 115 12 5 396
Jining 3 9 13 6 5 30
Erenhot 2 4
Tongliao 4 5 61 25 3 364
Hailar 4 12 18 3 46
Manzhouli 14 3 2 23
Ulanhot 3 13 3 1 74
Yakeshi 4 43 1 5 131
Dongsheng 5 9 1 1 86
Zalantun 4 38 5 258
Xilinhot 1 6 24 1 1 44
Linhe 7 30 19 5 174
Horinger 4 20
Liaoning Province 71 154 1105 501 324 4347
Shengyang 24 48 221 40 111 763
Dalian 13 21 128 77 61 394
Anshan 3 8 75 56 15 209
Fushun 3 12 66 60 34 126

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