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Table 121. Percent and standard error for public secondary school music specialists reporting that they gave moderate or major emphasis to various goals or objectives of student learning, by school characteristics: School year 2009–10 (Table 121—Continued)
 
School characteristic Singing a varied repertoire of music Performing a varied repertoire of
music on a range of instruments
Improvising melodies, variations,
and accompaniments
Composing and arranging music
within specified guidelines
Reading and
notating music
Listening to, analyzing, and describing music
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
                         
All public secondary school music
specialists
61 (1.5) 74 (1.4) 40 (1.4) 27 (1.5) 95 (0.7) 81 (1.6)
                         
Enrollment size                        
Less than 500 65 (3.1) 73 (2.7) 40 (2.7) 21 (2.7) 94 (1.4) 73 (2.7)
500 to 999 59 (2.5) 73 (2.5) 34 (2.6) 26 (2.1) 94 (1.4) 82 (2.5)
1,000 or more 60 (2.9) 75 (2.4) 46 (2.3) 33 (2.5) 97 (0.9) 85 (2.2)
Community type                        
City 58 (3.4) 75 (3.0) 45 (3.1) 30 (3.6) 96 (1.4) 80 (2.8)
Suburban 63 (2.9) 77 (2.7) 42 (3.3) 34 (3.0) 97 (1.0) 86 (2.2)
Town 58 (3.5) 72 (3.8) 30 (4.0) 19 (3.4) 94 (2.0) 77 (3.3)
Rural 63 (3.1) 71 (2.9) 39 (3.1) 23 (2.7) 94 (1.2) 76 (2.6)
Region                        
Northeast 63 (3.4) 76 (2.9) 45 (3.2) 43 (3.7) 97 (1.2) 86 (3.1)
Southeast 55 (3.6) 78 (3.2) 45 (2.7) 30 (3.1) 95 (1.5) 84 (2.7)
Central 66 (2.8) 70 (3.1) 35 (2.7) 20 (2.5) 92 (1.5) 81 (2.6)
West 58 (2.7) 74 (3.0) 37 (3.4) 21 (2.5) 97 (0.9) 73 (3.1)
Percent combined enrollment of Black and
other races/ethnicities1
                       
Less than 6 percent 70 (3.5) 72 (3.2) 36 (3.6) 29 (3.1) 91 (1.9) 80 (2.3)
6 to 20 percent 57 (2.1) 70 (3.1) 37 (3.1) 27 (2.9) 97 (1.1) 81 (3.2)
21 to 49 percent 62 (3.7) 74 (3.4) 42 (3.5) 25 (2.8) 97 (0.9) 80 (2.8)
50 percent or more 56 (2.9) 80 (3.3) 45 (3.3) 28 (3.0) 95 (1.3) 80 (2.6)
Percent of students eligible for free or
reduced-price lunch
                       
0 to 25 percent 64 (2.6) 70 (2.7) 40 (3.4) 30 (2.8) 96 (1.1) 84 (2.5)
26 to 50 percent 63 (2.5) 75 (2.5) 37 (2.3) 25 (2.2) 95 (0.9) 79 (2.5)
51 to 75 percent 54 (3.6) 78 (2.8) 42 (2.8) 24 (3.0) 95 (1.7) 78 (2.8)
76 percent or more 58 (5.7) 75 (5.0) 46 (4.9) 34 (5.0) 95 (2.0) 76 (5.1)
See notes at end of table.

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