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Public and Private School Principle in the United States: A Statistical Profile, 1987-88 to 1993-94
Table B34.Standard errors for 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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                                                                   Retirement
State          Medical insurance  Dental insurance Life insurance   plan      In-kind benefits\1
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  Total                   0.28             0.49           0.66        0.60             0.60
Alabama                   2.71             2.86           2.91        4.18             2.54
Alaska                    0.58             0.62           1.82        1.75             2.88
Arizona                   1.16             3.08           1.82        3.12             3.85
Arkansas                  4.09             3.94           3.05        3.45             4.15
California                0.12             0.86           3.11        2.93             3.40
Colorado                  1.55             2.32           2.57        2.90             3.95
Connecticut               0.96             1.18           1.40        3.77             2.81
Delaware                  0.81             2.78           2.06        2.60             3.29
Dist. Of Columbia         3.95             3.91           4.65        3.06             1.20
Florida                   1.32             2.94           2.30        2.66             2.82
Georgia                   1.94             2.95           2.98        2.82             2.55
Hawaii                    3.08             4.26           4.13        4.08             3.75
Idaho                     0.84             3.27           3.77        3.38             3.26
Illinois                  1.63             2.17           1.92        3.00             2.23
Indiana                   1.36             4.17           0.98        3.74             3.75
Iowa                      1.44             4.40           3.48        3.86             4.02
Kansas                    2.61             2.30           3.03        3.00             3.55
Kentucky                  2.93             3.73           4.23        4.98             4.20
Louisiana                 2.47             2.07           2.76        2.88             3.11
Maine                     3.56             3.65           3.83        4.43             2.34
Maryland                  1.32             1.99           1.96        2.81             3.55
Massachusetts             2.25             2.58           4.21        3.35             3.33
Michigan                  1.79             0.86           1.18        3.88             4.66
Minnesota                 1.26             3.76           4.19        4.79             4.19
Mississippi               3.58             2.03           2.58        3.34             2.79
Missouri                  1.59             3.16           3.01        3.49             3.97
Montana                   1.57             2.60           2.87        3.06             3.16
Nebraska                  3.27             3.05           3.29        3.76             4.24
Nevada                    0.00             1.63           2.13        2.04             2.99
New Hampshire             2.00             3.71           3.39        4.64             4.53
New Jersey                0.07             0.99           4.39        3.31             3.50
New Mexico                2.56             3.35           2.46        2.13             3.96
New York                  1.52             3.52           3.35        2.46             3.35
North Carolina            2.58             3.14           3.15        3.19             2.70
North Dakota              2.02             3.04           3.37        3.05             3.60
Ohio                      1.18             1.99           1.08        2.49             3.98
Oklahoma                  2.35             2.39           2.50        3.04             2.87
Oregon                    2.01             2.01           4.02        3.55             3.21
Pennsylvania              0.00             0.73           3.27        3.02             3.48
Rhode Island              1.28             1.28           2.78        4.29             4.03
South Carolina            2.07             1.83           3.00        3.28             4.16
South Dakota              1.10             3.16           2.69        2.79             2.48
Tennessee                 2.93             4.22           4.07        5.01             2.96
Texas                     1.90             3.21           3.73        3.74             3.37
Utah                      1.74             2.44           2.74        2.22             2.65
Vermont                   3.32             3.69           5.19        5.35             4.30
Virginia                  1.81             4.51           2.95        3.84             4.53
Washington                0.00             1.10           4.13        3.31             3.95
West Virginia             2.94             4.30           4.09        3.24             3.74
Wisconsin                 0.00             2.31           3.72        2.59             2.98
Wyoming                   1.10             3.20           2.61        2.11             3.52
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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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