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January 25, 1896


JAMA. 1896;XXVI(4):183-184. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430560035003

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The advance sheets of the report of Bureau of Education for 1893, just at hand, are full of most valuable information. This is an unusually bulky report. It contains all of the educational work presented at the world's congresses at Chicago. The discussion of these papers must be left to educational and literary journals and the present notice confined to the statistic material relating to medical schools. It is impossible to overlook the fact that this report is unusually incomplete in its treatment of medical education. The fact that nearly all medical schools are private schools may account for the reluctance of the Bureau in making full financial and other statistic reports of their condition and progress. The schools of theology are also private and yet they are much more fully reported. Taken as a whole, this report prepared by A. Erskin Miller, will be found very useful and encouraging.

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