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Private Schools in the United States: A Statistical Profile, 1993-94 / Appendix A

Appendix A: Tables of Standard Errors

 

List of Tables: Appendix A

Table A1.1: Standard errors for number of private schools and percentage serving each grade level, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.2: Standard errors for number of elementary and secondary students, by grade level and affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.3: Standard errors for percentage of private schools in existence established in decades from 1904 to 1993, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.4: Standard errors for percentage of schools with pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and ungraded classes, and allocation of grade 7 to elementary, secondary, and combined schools, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.5: Standard errors for percentage of private schools charging tuition, percentage allowing tuition reductions, and average tuition, by level and affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.6: Standard errors for percentage of schools of different enrollment sizes, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.7: Standard errors for students per teacher and per classroom, by affiliation: 1993- 94

Table A1.8: Standard errors for average length of school year and day, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.9: Standard errors for percentage of schools offering special services and percentage of students in these schools receiving these services, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.10: Standard errors for percentage of schools with lcibraries and full-time equivalent (FTE) librarians, by level and affiliation: 1993-94

Table A1.11: Standard errors for percentage of private schools with boarding students and percentage of students boarding at these schools, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.1: Standard errors for number of students, by region and affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.2: Standard errors for percentage of enrollment in different community types, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.3a: Standard errors for percentage of private elementary schools with admission requirements, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.3b: Standard errors for percentage of private schools serving secondary students with specified admission requirements, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.4: Standard errors for percent male enrollment and percentage of coeducational, all-girls and all-boys schools, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.5: Standard errors for percentage of students in different racial-ethnic groups, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A2.6: Standard errors for percentage of schools with different concentrations of minority students, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.1: Standard errors for 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 A3.2a Standard errors for percentage distribution of grades K-6 teachers, by main field of assignment and affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.2b: Standard errors for percentage distribution of grades 7-12 teachers, by main field of assignment and affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.3: Standard errors for percentage of teachers certified, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.4: Standard errors for percentage of teachers by highest degree obtained, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.5: Standard errors for percentage of teachers in different age ranges, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.6: Standard errors for percentage of teachers of different sex, race, and ethnicity, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.7: Standard errors for principals' experience in teaching and administering, and salary, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.8: Standard errors for percentage of principals in different age ranges, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.9: Standard errors for percentage of principals with different highest degree obtained, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.10: Standard errors for percentage of principals of different sex, race, and ethnicity, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.11: Standard errors for average teacher ratings on policy and control over teaching practices, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.12: Standard error of teachers' average salaries and satisfaction ratings, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.13: Standard errors for percentage of teachers reporting different in-kind benefits, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.14: Standard errors for teachers who were newly hired or were laid off, as a percentage of all teachers, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A3.15: Standard errors for average difficulty filling vacancies in each field of teaching, by affiliation: in 1993-94

Table A3.16: Standard errors for mean percentage of schools using different strategies to address unfilled vacancies, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.1: Standard errors for percentage of principals rating each of eight educational goals most important, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.2: Standard errors for percentage of principals rating each of eight educational goals among the three most important, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.3: Standard errors for average principal ratings of school climate, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.4: Standard errors for average teacher ratings of school climate, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.5: Standard errors for average percentage of 12th-grade students who were graduated and who applied to college, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.6: Standard errors for average years of academic study required for graduation in private secondary schools, by affiliation: 1993-94

Table A4.7: Standard errors for average percentage of students absent, by affiliation: 1993-94



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