Percentage and number of public and private school teachers who reported that they were physically attacked by a student from school during the previous 12 months, by urbanicity and selected teacher and school characteristics: Various school years, 1993-94, 1999-2000, and 2003-04
| Teacher or|
|Black||3.9||7,700||4.8||11,600||5.5||6.7||4.5||‡||4.6 !||15,100||9,900||3,300||‡||1,400 !|
|Hispanic||5.1||6,200||4.6||8,800||3.1||2.8 !||4.4 !||‡||2.0 !||7,000||2,900 !||3,500 !||‡||300 !|
|Other||5.1||2,800||3.2||2,700||4.8||6.5 !||4.8 !||2.3 !||1.9 !||5,000||2,800 !||1,600 !||300 !||300 !|
|Private||2.3||8,700||2.1||9,600||1.6||1.2 !||1.8||2.3 !||1.9 !||7,500||2,200 !||3,200||900 !||1,200 !|
! Interpret data with caution.
‡ Reporting standards not met.
1 Other includes American Indian, Alaska Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, and, in 2003–04, more than one race. Respondents who identified themselves as being of Hispanic origin are classified as Hispanic, regardless of their race.
2 Instructional level divides teachers into elementary or secondary based on a combination of the grades taught, main teaching assignment, and the structure of the teachers class(es). Please see the glossary for a more detailed definition.
3 The public sector includes public, public charter, and Bureau of Indian Affairs school teachers.
NOTE: Teachers who taught only prekindergarten students are excluded. Population sizes for teachers are 2,930,000 in 1993–94; 3,452,000 in 1999–2000; and 3,704,000 in 2003–04. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Estimates of number of reports are rounded to the nearest 100. Figures were revised and may differ from previously published data.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School Teacher Data File," and "Private School Teacher Data File," 1993–94, 1999–2000, and 2003–04; "Charter School Teacher Data File," 1999–2000; and "Bureau of Indian Affairs Teacher Data File," 1999–2000 and 2003–04.