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Public Elementary and Secondary School Student Enrollment and Staff Counts From the Common Core of Data: School Year 2007-08
NCES 2010-309
November 2009


Table 3.   Number of FTE staff for public schools, by category and state or jurisdiction: School year 2007–08

State or jurisdiction Total staff   Teachers   Instruc-
tional
aides
  Instruc-
tional coordi-
nators and supervisors
  Guidance counselors   Librarians   Student/ other support staff1   School
admini-
strators
  School
district admini-
strators
  Admini-
strative support staff2
 
United States3  6,215,635   3,178,142   718,119   70,677   105,519   54,385   1,435,684   157,564   59,369   436,176  
Percentage distribution  100.0   51.1   11.6   1.1   1.7   0.9   23.1   2.5   1.0   7.0  
                                         
Alabama  111,656   50,420   6,514 4  944 4  1,872   1,431   36,972 5  3,029   325   10,149 5 
Alaska  16,593   7,613   2,317   185 4  290   166   2,936   752   500   1,834  
Arizona  104,670   54,032   15,362   127   1,450   862   23,560   2,532   447   6,298  
Arkansas  70,331   33,882   8,008   788   1,414   961   18,265   1,728   674   4,611  
California  583,625   305,230 6  65,846   7,146   7,839   1,259   122,368 7,8  14,647   3,080   56,210  
                                         
Colorado  99,326   47,761   14,322   1,813   1,707   851   19,740   2,778   1,266   9,088  
Connecticut  86,762   39,304   13,741   2,646   1,396   799   20,531   2,598   875   4,872  
Delaware  15,524   8,198   1,550   288   272   139   3,581   412   336   748  
District of Columbia  12,532   6,347   1,420   336   220   127   2,360   443   316   963  
Florida  329,726   168,737   29,907   678   6,155   2,924   80,501   8,001   2,134   30,689  
                                         
Georgia  235,083   116,857   28,060   1,913   3,686   2,283   62,055   6,503   2,267   11,459  
Hawaii  21,657   11,397   2,253   612   660   258   4,221   544   229   1,483  
Idaho  27,149   15,013   2,901   266   614   158   5,846   740   133   1,478  
Illinois  214,459   136,571 6  29,567 4  2,235   1,963   1,963   33,227 4  3,551   1,203   4,179  
Indiana  139,460   62,334   21,112   1,752   1,926   969   38,739   3,178   1,110   8,340  
                                         
Iowa  71,794   36,089 7  10,544   421   1,214   533   16,319   1,674   842   4,158  
Kansas  54,232   35,359   8,525   78   1,119   897   3,599   1,854   500   2,301  
Kentucky  100,362   43,536   14,286 7  987   1,467   1,122   26,757 7  3,030   932   8,245  
Louisiana  99,625   48,610   11,190   1,768   3,022   1,190   24,629   2,746   346   6,124  
Maine  39,918   16,558   6,280   295   623   250   7,955   1,003   562   6,392  
                                         
Maryland  116,857   59,320   10,999   1,864   2,421   1,225   25,482   3,624   3,327   8,595  
Massachusetts  123,114   70,719   22,134   561   2,262   864   10,339   4,765   2,154   9,316  
Michigan  208,987   96,204   22,188   3,591   2,631   1,088   60,764   5,059   3,286   14,176  
Minnesota  108,432   52,975 7  15,745 5  1,793   1,078   843   25,623 7  2,000   2,042 7  6,333 7 
Mississippi  71,144   33,560   9,113   739   1,065   973   18,372   1,922   1,010   4,390  
                                         
Missouri  133,607   68,430   12,646   904   2,721   1,653   33,349   3,217   1,496   9,191  
Montana  19,179   10,519   2,110 7  163   461   382 7  4,302 4  552 7  167 7  523 4 
Nebraska  43,672   21,930 7  5,358 7  776   790   567 7  10,400 7  1,035   647 7  2,169 7,8 
Nevada  35,574   23,423   4,063 4  1,332   888   372   1,852 4  1,048   306   2,290 4 
New Hampshire  32,573   15,484   6,877   251 8  827   324   6,227 8  525 7  666   1,392 7 
                                         
New Jersey  201,552   111,500   23,967   2,728 4  2,794   1,778   41,452 4  1,368   1,454   14,511 4 
New Mexico  46,699   22,300   6,117   663   815   294   10,481   1,519   834   3,676  
New York  374,080   211,854 7  38,999   2,567 7  5,971   3,154   73,367 7  9,388 7  3,005   25,775 7 
North Carolina  203,287   106,562 6  28,761   2,047   3,927   2,358   40,867   4,853   1,650   12,262  
North Dakota  15,385   8,068   1,991   129   260   191   3,409   401   475   461  
                                         
Ohio  243,579   109,766 7  18,702 7  1,592   3,703   1,433   72,459 7  5,171   2,625   28,128 7 
Oklahoma  86,758   46,735 6  7,719   371   1,643   1,086   19,814   2,194   606   6,590  
Oregon  64,619   30,013   10,512   384   1,166   380   12,744   1,639   474   7,307  
Pennsylvania  254,476   135,234 7  28,205   1,784   4,747   2,248   56,940   5,751   2,559   17,008  
Rhode Island  17,559   11,271   1,659   74   410   291   2,373   468   71   942  
                                         
South Carolina  66,087   47,382 6  8,248   483   1,751   1,109   3,077   2,387   605   1,045  
South Dakota  17,019   9,416   1,129   125   312   137   4,006   413   615   866  
Tennessee  126,646   64,659   15,197   831   2,700   1,893   32,679   3,267   177   5,243  
Texas  635,715   321,929 7  63,017   3,486   10,879   5,066   162,191   20,174   5,677   43,296  
Utah  48,515   24,336   7,784   977   746   274   9,835   1,164   383   3,016  
                                         
Vermont  19,184   8,749 7  4,379   242   428   226   3,363   550   145   1,102  
Virginia  204,384   71,861   20,255   12,614   4,103   2,040   75,472   4,668   1,634   11,737  
Washington  103,714   53,960   10,266   522   2,062   1,247   25,490   2,834   1,197   6,136  
West Virginia  38,309   20,306   3,491   205   698   362   9,852 4  1,091   721   1,583  
Wisconsin  104,981   58,914   10,624   1,225   1,926   1,211   21,217   2,429   941   6,494  
Wyoming  15,464   6,915   2,159   376   425   174   3,725   345   343   1,002  
                                         
Department of Defense dependents schools, Bureau of Indian Education, and other jurisdictions 
DoDDS: DoDs Overseas9  6,265   4,147   237   24   217   132   650 7,10  224   51   583  
DDESS: DoDs Domestic9  3,994   2,243   308   47   91   67   659 10  98   64   417  
Bureau of Indian Education                     
American Samoa                     
Guam                     
Commonwealth of the                                         
Northern Marianas Islands  1,111   550   228   8   21   1   137   37   5   124  
Puerto Rico  71,847   40,826   190   501   951   1,134   20,690   1,457   590   5,508  
U.S. Virgin Islands  3,137   1,518   370   43   75   25   851   83   50   122  
— Not available.
1 Student/other support staff include library support staff, student support services staff, and all other nonadministrative support staff.
2 Administrative support staff include district- and school-level administrative support staff.
3 U.S. totals include the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
4 Data were imputed based on prior-year (fall 2006) data.
5 Using prior year's reporting, data were disaggregated from current-year totals.
6 State total includes one or more imputed values or has been adjusted to reflect the sum of prekindergarten, kindergarten, elementary, secondary, and teachers of ungraded classes.
7 Data were adjusted.
8 Using current year's reporting, data were disaggregated from current-year totals.
9 DoDDS and DDESS are the Department of Defense dependents schools (overseas) and the Department of Defense dependent schools (domestic), respectively.
10 Counts for library support staff were missing for DoDDS and DDESS.
NOTE: All staff counts are full-time-equivalent (FTE) counts. Details may not add to totals due to rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education," 2007-08, Version 1a.


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