Table 1: 1912 Statistics on Jewish Girls' and Boys' Primary Schools Founded by the Alliance in the Seven Largest Jewish Communities in the Ottoman Empire

Table 1: 1912 statistics on Jewish girls' and boys' primary schools founded by the Alliance in the seven largest Jewish communities in the Ottoman Empire.
Boys' School Girls' School Girls' Training
City Jewish Population Founded Pupils Founded Pupils *FP/E Founded Pupils
Adrianople 20,000 1867 1,099 1870 790 447/343
Baghdad 50,000 1865 731 1893 788 384/404 1890 126
1902 337 1909 248 67/217
Istanbul 65,000 1874 510 1877 502 361/141 1908 9
1875 690 1879 853 405/448
1879 217 1880 288 202/68
1879 226 1882 301 233/68
Jerusalem 40,000 1882 286 1906 358 187/171
Salonika 90,000 1873 912 1875 630 447/183 1887 369
1897 300 1897 130 100/30 1910 240
Izmir 35,000 1873 320 1878 384 209/175 1898 10
1897 230
Tunis 40,000 1878 869 1882 612 47/565 1901 62
1910 1,064

Details which are not revelant to the present study have been omitted.
*FP = Fee paying ; E = Exempt

Table 1: 1912 statistics on Jewish girls' and boys' primary schools founded by the Alliance in the seven largest Jewish communities in the Ottoman Empire.
Courtesy of Shalvi Publishing Ltd.

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