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Public and Private School Principle in the United States: A Statistical Profile, 1987-88 to 1993-94
Table A34.-Percentage of public school principals by employment benefits received, by state:  1993-94
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                                                        Employment benefit
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                                    Medical        Dental      Life     Retirement    In-kind
State                              insurance     insurance  insurance      plan      benefits/1
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     Total                            91.8          66.1       70.7        70.4         46.3
Alabama                               77.3          32.1       37.2        52.2         19.9
Alaska                                99.1          98.2       89.2        84.0         43.7
Arizona                               98.2          83.8       91.7        79.1         38.9
Arkansas                              51.9          43.1       32.5        32.4         41.3
California                            99.8          98.4       68.9        78.0         40.5
Colorado                              96.3          84.8       85.9        82.5         48.7
Connecticut                           98.1          96.4       93.1        46.0         49.6
Delaware                              97.9          72.4       90.9        82.3         55.3
Dist. of Columbia                     77.3          77.5       54.7        82.3          1.6
Florida                               95.5          48.9       87.8        77.1         28.2
Georgia                               86.9          59.5       80.7        79.0         40.8
Hawaii                                90.5          79.0       70.4        67.1         30.6
Idaho                                 98.3          83.0       74.2        64.1         52.7
Illinois                              93.9          57.8       72.3        69.4         49.9
Indiana                               98.3          66.6       97.5        79.7         23.0
Iowa                                  97.9          50.9       83.5        63.4           50
Kansas                                62.8          30.5       34.4        30.6         54.3
Kentucky                              88.1          27.2       70.1        52.3         25.2
Louisiana                             75.9          21.3       57.2        61.2         38.8
Maine                                 88.3          43.6       46.5        58.0         93.1
Maryland                              96.1          87.0       89.1        83.5         60.5
Massachusetts                         91.0          21.9       62.4        52.2         44.7
Michigan                              97.2          99.0       96.6        79.7         50.9
Minnesota                             97.5          60.9       79.7        71.8         51.5
Mississippi                           55.2           3.5       19.0        32.9         25.0
Missouri                              94.5          48.2       69.2        74.2         53.8
Montana                               94.5          49.0       47.2        67.4         48.6
Nebraska                              80.1          67.7       44.9        60.0         60.7
Nevada                               100.0          93.4       88.8        88.1         22.9
New Hampshire                         96.6          86.7       87.0        68.2         83.2
New Jersey                            99.9          98.3       71.3        89.0         74.2
New Mexico                            91.4          77.6       89.0        86.6         25.8
New York                              96.9          82.6       52.5        86.6         23.2
North Carolina                        88.8          38.9       55.7        74.5         52.1
North Dakota                          92.5          28.3       37.0        60.4         56.4
Ohio                                  97.3          93.0       97.1        86.9         50.3
Oklahoma                              60.3          36.4       42.0        53.3         21.8
Oregon                                97.3          97.1       74.5        87.0         83.7
Pennsylvania                         100.0          99.1       92.4        90.4         80.9
Rhode Island                          98.5          98.5       86.1        83.2         39.4
South Carolina                        94.0          94.8       85.2        71.9         54.5
South Dakota                          96.4          46.1       51.4        64.0         57.3
Tennessee                             86.8          51.3       59.3        62.8         14.0
Texas                                 85.9          26.6       54.2        32.0         36.8
Utah                                  96.8          43.5       83.4        84.3         58.7
Vermont                               86.3          78.0       72.2        40.1         86.5
Virginia                              94.2          30.3       88.9        86.5         60.9
Washington                           100.0          98.8       69.6        79.8         43.9
West Virginia                         90.6          75.7       68.5        76.5         16.4
Wisconsin                            100.0          92.9       79.9        94.7         87.4
Wyoming                               96.1          66.2       84.6        86.9         47.4
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1/ In-kind benefits include housing, meals, tuition, and transportation.
SOURCE:  U.S. Department of Education, , Schools and 
Staffing Survey: 1993-94 (Public School Principal Questionnaire).


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