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Higher Education
  
Amount appropriated in 1914 and in 1915 for normal schools, colleges and University, for mainta
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Amount appropriated in 1914 and in 1915 for normal schools, colleges and University, for maintenance, $457,750; for building and equipment, $276,000 total, $733,750; less amount for colored work, $30,000; total, $703,750; white students at normal schools and other higher institutions 2,800; amount appropriated per capita for higher education, $250 , or in round numbers, $14 per capita is appropriated for students of collegiate grades and over for every dollar appropriated to pupils in the grade work.
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Additional appropriation asked for by normal schools, $70,000. Additional appropriation asked for by university, $70,000.
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Best Use for Available Funds.
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The above figures are exceedingly significant. They show that, although Virginia has made great progress in her work that she she has still much to do, and it is a very proper and pertinent question to ask, How can the money which can be appropriated be divided to the best advantage? And the subordinate form of the question is of necessity when several needs are so apparent, the State certainly should

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Higher Education

Amount appropriated in 1914 and in 1915 for normal schools, colleges and University, for maintenance, $457,750; for building and equipment, $276,000 total, $733,750; less amount for colored work, $30,000; total, $703,750; white students at normal schools and other higher institutions 2,800; amount appropriated per capita for higher education, $250 , or in round numbers, $14 per capita is appropriated for students of collegiate grades and over for every dollar appropriated to pupils in the grade work.

Additional appropriation asked for by normal schools, $70,000. Additional appropriation asked for by university, $70,000.

Best Use for Available Funds.

The above figures are exceedingly significant. They show that, although Virginia has made great progress in her work that she she has still much to do, and it is a very proper and pertinent question to ask, How can the money which can be appropriated be divided to the best advantage? And the subordinate form of the question is of necessity when several needs are so apparent, the State certainly should