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Table 156. Among public secondary schools that offered instruction in various arts subjects, number, percent, and standard error for the teachers on staff that taught various arts subjects, by teaching status and school characteristics: School year 1998–99 (Table 156—Continued)
 
School characteristic Music1 Visual arts2
Number of teachers on
staff teaching music
Percent teaching
music full time
Percent teaching
music part time
Number of teachers
on staff teaching
visual arts
Percent teaching
visual arts full time
Percent teaching
visual arts part time
Number Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Number Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
Percent Standard
error
All public secondary schools 59,870   (1,950) 76   (1.2) 24   (1.2) 47,200   (1,500) 85   (1.3) 15   (1.3)
                                     
Enrollment size                                    
Less than 500 17,160   (1,210) 73   (3.0) 27   (3.0) 13,950   (1,240) 80   (2.8) 20   (2.8)
500 to 999 22,930   (970) 76   (1.8) 24   (1.8) 15,040   (610) 86   (2.5) 14   (2.5)
1,000 or more 19,780   (890) 78   (1.8) 22   (1.8) 18,220   (640) 89   (1.4) 11   (1.4)
Region                                    
Northeast 12,280   (1,030) 79   (2.4) 21   (2.4) 10,260   (680) 90   (1.7) 10   (1.7)
Southeast 11,280   (770) 78   (2.5) 22   (2.5) 7,880   (500) 89   (2.3) 11   (2.3)
Central 18,410   (1,100) 73   (2.4) 27   (2.4) 13,980   (1,070) 81   (2.8) 19   (2.8)
West 17,900   (1,270) 74   (2.6) 26   (2.6) 15,090   (1,140) 84   (2.5) 16   (2.5)
Percent combined enrollment of Black and other races/ethnicities5                                    
Less than 6 percent 17,450   (1,460) 76   (2.3) 24   (2.3) 14,300   (1,320) 85   (2.4) 15   (2.4)
6 to 20 percent 15,720   (1,400) 73   (2.6) 27   (2.6) 11,750   (1,070) 82   (3.0) 18   (3.0)
21 to 49 percent 14,010   (1,570) 76   (2.3) 24   (2.3) 10,190   (910) 87   (2.7) 13   (2.7)
50 percent or more 12,360   (1,150) 78   (3.4) 22   (3.4) 10,390   (830) 88   (3.1) 12   (3.1)
Percent of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch                                    
0 to 25 percent 28,440   (1,290) 74   (1.8) 26   (1.8) 23,510   (1,190) 86   (1.8) 14   (1.8)
26 to 50 percent 19,170   (1,350) 76   (2.3) 24   (2.3) 13,980   (1,200) 84   (2.6) 16   (2.6)
51 to 75 percent 8,740   (1,190) 78   (3.8) 22   (3.8) 6,880   (1,070) 85   (3.0) 15   (3.0)
76 percent or more 3,270   (630) 76   (7.5) 24 ! (7.5) 2,570   (500)   (†)   (†)
See notes at end of table.

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