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Education in States and Nations: 1991

Processes and Institutions Indicators

Indicators

Tables

  • Table 14a: Teaching and non-teaching staff employed in public and private education as a percentage of the total labor force, by type of staff, level of education, and country: 1991
  • Table 14b: Teaching and non-teaching staff employed in public and private education as a percentage of the total labor force, by type of staff, level of education, and state: 1991
  • Table 15a: Number of public and private schools, number of students, and average number of students per school in preprimary through secondary institutions, by level and country: Various years
  • Table 15b: Number of public and private schools, number of students, and average number of students per school in preprimary through secondary institutions, by level and state: 1991
  • Table 15c: Number of public and private higher education institutions, number of students enrolled, and average number of students per institution, by level and country: Various years
  • Table 15d: Number of public and private higher education institutions, number of students enrolled, and average number of students per institution, by level and state: 1991-1992
  • Table 16a: Average class size at grade level to which most 13-year-old students are assigned, according to school administrators, by country: 1991
  • Table 16b: Average class size according to 8th grade public school teachers, by state: 1990- 1991
  • Table 17a: Percentage of 13-year-old students who report they sometimes use calculators in school or computers for school work or homework, by country: 1991
  • Table 17b: Percentage of eighth-grade public school students who claim they sometimes use calculators in math class or computers for school work or homework, by state: 1992
  • Table 18a: Percentage of 13-year-old students who report spending 2 hours or more on homework daily and watching two hours of more of television daily, by country: 1991
  • Table 18b: Percentage of public school 8th-graders who report spending 2 hours or more on homework daily and watching two hours or more of television daily, by state: 1992
  • Table 19a: Percentage of schools where 13-year old students are assigned to math classes based on ability, percentage of 13-year-old students who do group problem-solving in math class at least once a week, and percentage of 13-year-old students who take a math test or quiz at least once a week, by country: 1991
  • Table 19b: Percentage of public school 8th-graders assigned to math classes based on ability (according to teachers), percentage of public school 8th graders who report working in small groups on math problems, and percentage of public school 8th graders who report taking a math test or quiz at least once a week, by state: 1992
  • Table 20a: Time in formal instruction in lower secondary schools measured per school day and per year, by measure and country: School year 1990-91
  • Table 20b: Time in formal instruction in public schools with 8th grades measured per school day and per year, by state: 1990-91

Figures

  • Figure 14: Teaching staff employed in public and private education as a percentage of the total labor force, by country and state: 1991
  • Figure 15a: Average number of students per school in preprimary to secondary schools, by country and state: Various years
  • Figure 15b: Average number of students enrolled per institution of higher education, by country and state: Various years
  • Figure 16: Average lower secondary class size, by country and state: 1991
  • Figure 17: Percentage of 13-year-old students (in countries) and public school 8th-graders (in states) who report they sometimes use computers for school work or homework, by country (1991) or state (1992)
  • Figure 18a: Percentage of 13-year-old students (in countries) and public school 8th-graders (in states) who report doing 2 hours or more of homework daily, by country (1991) and state (1992)
  • Figure 18b: Percentage of 13-year-old students (in countries) and public school 8th-graders (in states) who report watching television 2 hours or more daily, by country (1991) and state (1992)
  • Figure 19: Percentage of 13-year-old students (in other countries) and public school 8th-graders (in the U.S.) reporting that they take a math test at least once per week, by country (1991) and state (1992)
  • Figure 20a: Average hours per day in formal instruction, by country (1991) and state (1990-91)
  • Figure 20b: Number of days per year spent in formal instruction, by country (1991) and state (1990- 91)
  • Figure 20c: Number of hours per year spent in formal instruction, by country (1991) and state (1990-91)


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