Public and Private School Principle in the United States: A Statistical Profile, 1987-88 to 1993-94
Table B33.Standard errors for Table A33:  Percentage of public school
           principals by highest degree earned and average salary, by state:
           1993-94
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                                       Highest degree
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State          Bachelor's  Master's   Ed. Sp./prof. Doctorate   Average salary
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Total              0.21       0.65          0.57        0.33        $126.60
Alabama                      3.37          3.47        2.06           460.1
Alaska             1.61       2.89          1.31        2.59           948.3
Arizona                      3.89          2.62        2.76           573.9
Arkansas           0.00       2.95          2.53        1.75             454
California         1.48       3.10          2.43        2.04           494.4
Colorado                     4.82          3.96        2.81             564
Connecticut                  1.86          2.44        2.75           550.3
Delaware           0.00       3.48          2.73        2.82           617.1
Dist. Of Columbia  0.00       4.13            -         3.89           430.9
 
Florida            0.00       3.35          2.55        2.29           503.7
Georgia            0.00       2.36          3.27        2.63           380.5
Hawaii             3.77       4.24          4.21        2.36           504.4
Idaho                        3.19          3.09        1.66           589.2
Illinois                     2.53          2.40        1.44           557.5
Indiana            0.00       3.61          3.84        2.96           357.4
Iowa                         3.70          2.92        2.40           587.7
Kansas             0.00       3.06          2.35        1.82           616.3
Kentucky           0.00       4.54          4.60        2.04           450.7
Louisiana          0.00       2.94          3.01        1.64           325.8
Maine              2.71       4.58          3.65        2.25           663.9
Maryland           0.00       2.48          1.92        1.93           507.7
Massachusetts                3.02          2.15        2.34           388.5
Michigan           0.14       3.89          3.80        2.82           681.3
Minnesota          1.70       3.09          4.04        1.96           791.2
Mississippi                  3.95          3.72        1.58           293.7
Missouri           0.00       4.69          3.93        2.43           751.5
Montana            2.21       2.85          1.55        0.84             436
Nebraska                     4.64          4.52                    1,285.40
Nevada                       3.61          2.45        2.63           389.4
New Hampshire                4.43          2.85        3.72           625.1
New Jersey                   4.12          3.40        3.07           821.9
New Mexico                   3.93          3.59        1.19           392.8
New York           0.00       3.97          3.19        3.23        1,116.80
North Carolina     0.00       3.82          3.46        2.34           512.6
North Dakota       3.69       3.66          1.69        0.97           722.4
Ohio               0.00       3.15          2.88        1.54           749.4
Oklahoma                     2.97          2.74        1.14           281.1
Oregon                       4.59          3.80        2.54           859.9
Pennsylvania                 4.82          4.77        2.19           748.4
Rhode Island       0.00       4.61          3.42        3.35           308.4
South Carolina     0.00       4.43          3.97        2.48           421.4
South Dakota       0.00       2.20          2.03        0.65           376.4
Tennessee                    4.60          3.88        1.93           629.7
Texas              0.59       2.32          2.20        1.74           406.3
Utah               1.78       2.66          2.17        1.06           408.5
Vermont            4.49       4.75          3.08        2.22        1,306.20
Virginia           0.00       3.89          3.54        2.26           719.8
Washington                   3.78          2.88        1.86           574.7
West Virginia      0.00       3.43          3.28        1.11           388.0
Wisconsin                    4.05          4.06        2.64           591.5
Wyoming                      2.68          2.12        1.76           579.7
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-Too few cases for a reliable estimate.
SOURCE:  U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education
Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey: 1993-94 (Public School Principal
Questionnaire).
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