Characteristics of Public, Private, and Bureau of Indian Education Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States:
NCES 2009-321
June 2009


Table D-1.    Variables used in the Characteristics of Public, Private, and Bureau of Indian Education Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Results From the 2007-08 Schools and Staffing Survey report: 2007–08

Variable Variable name in data file
12th –grade enrollment  S0112
Charter school identifier  CHARFLAG
Math coach  S0176
Math specialist  S0173
Number of Individual Education Plan students  S0201
Number of limited-English proficiency students  S0208
Number of male/female students in school  ---(1)
Number of schools with Individual Education Plan students  S0200
Number of schools with limited-English proficiency students  S0207
Number of students of different race/ethnicity enrolled in grades K-12
  or comparable ungraded levels 
S0042-S0046
Number of students who receive Title I services  S0218
Number of Title I service participants  S0222
Percentage of 12th –grade students who graduated with a diploma (public)  S0113
Percentage of 12th –grade students who graduated with a diploma (private)  ---(1)
Percentage of students in the school approved for the National
  School Lunch Program 
NSLAPP_S
Percentage of graduates who went to a 4-year college  S0114
Reading coach  S0175
Reading specialist  S0172
School participation in National School Lunch Program  S0215
Science coach  S0177
Science specialist  S0174
Staff – Full-time/part-time positions or assignments  S0130-S0171
Student enrollment1  SCHSIZE
Three-category private school typology  RELIG
Three-category school level  SCHLEVEL
Total number of students  S0047
Urban-centric district locale code  URBANS12
1The definition for this variable can be found below.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School, BIE School, and Private School Data Files," 2007–08.