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Table 102. Among public secondary school visual arts specialists who participated in various professional development activities, percent and standard error reporting that they spent more than 8 hours in the activity, by school characteristics: School year 2009–10 (Table 102—Continued)
 
School characteristic Activities designed for visual arts teachers
Applied study in
art studio
Developing knowledge
about visual arts
Connecting visual arts learning with other subject areas Research on arts
and student learning
Integrating educational technologies into visual arts instruction
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
                     
All public secondary school
visual arts specialists
42 (2.6) 32 (2.4) 24 (2.4) 31 (2.6) 29 (2.3)
                     
Enrollment size                    
Less than 500 45 (4.4) 33 (4.3) 23 (4.2) 27 (4.0) 27 (3.6)
500 to 999 37 (4.8) 24 (3.7) 22 (2.9) 28 (3.8) 27 (3.4)
1,000 or more 43 (3.8) 36 (3.8) 26 (4.2) 34 (4.4) 32 (3.7)
Community type                    
City 41 (4.6) 36 (4.7) 28 (3.8) 35 (4.7) 30 (5.0)
Suburban 44 (4.9) 31 (4.6) 25 (5.0) 31 (4.2) 31 (4.2)
Town 37 (6.7) 31 (6.6) 18 (4.1) 25 (6.4) 25 (5.6)
Rural 42 (4.8) 28 (4.1) 23 (4.9) 29 (5.7) 28 (3.8)
Region                    
Northeast 38 (5.4) 33 (5.6) 26 (5.1) 35 (4.9) 30 (4.7)
Southeast 38 (4.5) 28 (4.6) 19 (2.9) 24 (4.7) 21 (3.9)
Central 44 (6.5) 27 (4.4) 24 (3.6) 30 (4.3) 30 (3.8)
West 45 (5.0) 37 (4.5) 25 (4.2) 33 (4.9) 34 (4.8)
Percent combined enrollment
of Black and other
races/ethnicities1
                   
Less than 6 percent 44 (5.0) 31 (4.6) 24 (4.5) 30 (5.2) 30 (3.9)
6 to 20 percent 41 (4.9) 29 (5.1) 25 (4.2) 32 (5.1) 27 (4.2)
21 to 49 percent 52 (5.6) 32 (4.2) 27 (4.7) 31 (5.1) 35 (4.7)
50 percent or more 32 (4.1) 34 (4.1) 21 (3.6) 30 (4.3) 26 (3.5)
Percent of students eligible
for free or reduced-price lunch
                   
0 to 25 percent 43 (4.6) 27 (4.3) 22 (3.3) 33 (4.2) 33 (4.2)
26 to 50 percent 38 (4.0) 32 (3.8) 25 (4.0) 25 (5.0) 25 (3.9)
51 to 75 percent 45 (5.9) 37 (5.0) 24 (4.6) 35 (5.6) 27 (4.8)
76 percent or more 41 (7.9) 44 (8.2) 26 (5.0) 36 (6.7) 36 (6.8)
See notes at end of table.

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