Private Schools in the United States: A Statistical Profile, 1993-94 / Characteristics of Teachers and Principals

Characteristics of Teachers and Principals


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List of Tables: Characteristics of Teachers and Principles

Table 3.1: Number of teachers, of full-time equivalent (FTE) teachers, of other staff, and percentage full time as reported by schools, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.2a: Percentage distribution of grades K-6 teachers, by main field of assignment and affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.2b: Percentage distribution of grades 7-12 teachers, by main field of assignment and affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.3: Percentage of teachers certified, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.4: Percentage of teachers with different highest degree obtained and affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.5: Percentage of teachers in different age ranges, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.6: Percentage of teachers of different sex, race, and ethnicity, by affiliation: 1993- 94

Table 3.7: Principals' experience in teaching and administering, and salary, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.8: Percentage of principals in different age ranges, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.9: Percentage of principals by different highest degree obtained and affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.10: Percentage of principals of different sex, race, and ethnicity, by affiliation: 1993- 94

Table 3.11; Average teacher ratings on policy and control over teaching practices, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.12:Teachers' average salaries and satisfaction ratings, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.13: Percentage of teachers reporting different in-kind benefits, by affiliation: 1993- 94

Table 3.14: Teachers who were newly hired or were laid off, as a percentage of all current teachers, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.15: Average difficulty filling vacancies in each field of teaching, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table 3.16: Mean percentage of schools using different strategies to address unfilled vacancies, by affiliation: 1993-94


Characteristics of StudentsCharacteristics of Students  Table 3.1