|Student and household characteristics||Students not homeschooled||Homeschooled
|Asian or Pacific Islander||3||2||!|
|Homeschooled and enrolled in school part-time||†||16|
|Enrolled in school less than 9 hours per week||†||11|
|Enrolled in school 9-25 hours per week||†||5|
|Has a disability||23||21|
|Does not have a disability||77||79|
|Parents' highest level of education3|
|Less than high school diploma or GED||7||1||!|
|High school diploma or GED||22||13|
|† Not applicable.
! Interpret data with caution; the estimates are unstable; coefficient of variation is 30 percent or more.
1 Black includes African American, Pacific Islander includes Native Hawaiian, and Hispanic includes Latino. The Other race category includes students who are not Hispanic, who reported their race as either “American Indian or Alaska Native” or reported more than one race. Race categories exclude Hispanic origin unless specified.
2 Poor students are defined as those with household incomes below 100 percent of the poverty threshold; near-poor students as those with household incomes from 100 through 199 percent of the poverty threshold; and nonpoor students as those with household incomes at or above 200 percent of the poverty threshold.
3 GED is General Educational Development.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Excludes students who were enrolled in public or private school more than 25 hours per week and students who were homeschooled primarily because of a temporary illness.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Parent and Family Involvement in Education Survey of the National Household Education Surveys Program (NHES), 2007.