The school age, a resultant of the first three, is a record of progress in school.
The enumeration for 1873 was 408 Negro children of school age.
There were some four thousand children in the city of school age.
Changes occur, however, until some time after the school age.
School system excellent; number colleges, 28: school age, 6-21.
During the school age the paramount duty of the pupil is to study.
There was never a day when all the children of school age were in school.
Of this number there are approximately 38,000 children of school age.
Children of the school age are the most conventional, hide-bound creatures.
The other seventy counties reported 395 school districts having twenty or more Negro children of school age.