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Summary of education in Canada, by province, 1926 or latest year reported

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Summary of education in Canada, by province, 1926 or latest year reported
  P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Quebec Ontario
  number
Ordinary day schools under public control 17,324 112,391 80,769 499,0271 677,4522
Agricultural, commercial, industrial and other technical schools, including all evening schools 657 3,5483 2,2904 12,0205 60,2546
Schools for teacher-training 299 6907 4248 1,771 2,6579
Indian schools 26 318 274 (1,598)10 3,830
Schools for the blind and deaf 1511 169 6011 698 399
Private business colleges - 493 650 (2,971)10 7,148
Private elementary and secondary schools 251 1,348 509 55,58712 6,533
Preparatory courses at universities and colleges 58 317 186 13 2,839
Short, special and correspondence courses at universities and colleges 19 113 118 2,65614 6,35315
Classical colleges - - - 9,90416 943
Affiliated, professional and technical colleges (regular courses) - 180 - 4,27317 6,085
Universities (regular courses) 75 1,373 647 7,47818 -
Grand total (excluding duplicates) 18,724 120,940 85,927 593,414 774,493
Population in 1921 88,615 523,837 387,876 2,361,199 2,933,662
Population in 1926 - - - - -
Elementary grades19 16,078 101,873 76,40020 538,41421 618,590
Secondary and higher grades19 2,051 15,535 6,85020 55,00021 120,278
Source: Statistics Canada, The Canada Year Book, 1927/1928.