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11. Virginia even with her combined local and State school funds annually expends only $13.03 per capita on the children enrolled in her schools. Maryland spends $20.96; West Virginia $17.85; average for entire Union $28.02.
11. Virginia even with her combined local and State school funds annually expends only $13.03 per capita on the children enrolled in her schools. Maryland spends $20.96; West Virginia $17.85; average for entire Union $28.02.\
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12. The tax asked would give an additional $1.34 per capita on school population, making the total per capita apportionment from the general State Fund $3.81 instead of $2.47 as a apportioned this year.
 
12. The tax asked would give an additional $1.34 per capita on school population, making the total per capita apportionment from the general State Fund $3.81 instead of $2.47 as a apportioned this year.

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11. Virginia even with her combined local and State school funds annually expends only $13.03 per capita on the children enrolled in her schools. Maryland spends $20.96; West Virginia $17.85; average for entire Union $28.02.

12. The tax asked would give an additional $1.34 per capita on school population, making the total per capita apportionment from the general State Fund $3.81 instead of $2.47 as a apportioned this year.


Richmond, Va., Feb. 26, 1916