|Student or school characteristic|| Any
|$15,000 or less||20.0||4.7||5.7||2.6||2.4||9.8||3.5||11.2|
|$75,001 or more||63.3||9.3||29.8||9.4||12.6||27.6||15.1||50.3|
|Less than high school||8.4||1.1||2.2||0.2||0.7!||3.2||1.1!||5.4|
|High school diploma or equivalent||26.7||4.3||7.8||3.4||4.2||11.6||5.1||18.1|
|Some college, including vocational/technical||41.8||7.8||15.3||4.5||7.6||19.3||9.2||27.8|
|35 hours or more per week||44.1||7.3||17.1||5.5||8.1||19.1||9.3||31.9|
|Less than 35 hours per week||50.7||7.9||21.8||7.9||10.8||25.3||13.6||37.3|
|One-parent or guardian-only household||30.7||6.1||12.2||3.6||5.5||13.9||6.4||20.5|
|! Interpret data with caution (estimates are unstable).
|1 Race categories exclude persons of Hispanic ethnicity.
|2 Poor is defined to include families below the poverty threshold, near-poor is defined to include families at 100–199 percent of the poverty threshold, and nonpoor is defined to include families at 200 percent or more than the poverty threshold.
|3 Parents’ education based on highest level of education attained by either parent.
|4 Only includes children who had a mother in the household. Not employed includes both (1) mothers who are seeking work but unemployed and (2) mothers not in the labor force.
|5 Community type is based on a U.S. Census classification of places. Urban is a place with at least 50,000 people and includes both inside urbanized areas and outside urbanized areas. Rural is a place not classified as urban.
|NOTE: Homeschooled students and students older than 15 years are excluded. When asked about their children’s participation in various afterschool activities, parents could respond either “yes” or “no.” The percentage of parents who responded “yes” for each activity is shown. Children could participate in multiple activities; therefore, percentages may sum to more than 100.
|SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, After-School Programs and Activities Survey of the 2005 National Household Education Surveys Program.