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Table 3. Number of full-time-equivalent (FTE) staff for public schools, by category and state or jurisdiction: School year 2010–11
State or jurisdiction Total staff   Teachers   Instruc
tional aides
  Instructional
coordinators
and supervisors
  Guidance coun-
selors/ directors
  Librarians   Student/ other support staff1   School admin-
istrators
  School district admin-
istrators
  Admin-
istrative support staff2
 
United States3  6,195,207 3,099,095 731,705 69,236 105,079 50,300 1,482,224 165,047 64,597 427,926  
Percentage distribution  100.0 50.0 11.8 1.1 1.7 0.8 23.9 2.7 1.0 6.9  
                                         
Alabama  95,144 49,363 6,550 1,013 1,802 1,413 26,655 2,606 803 4,939
Alaska  18,102 8,171 2,537 192 4  327 163 3,334 683 709 1,987
Arizona  96,622 50,031 14,386 98 1,245 529 22,006 2,471 425 5,431
Arkansas  72,185 34,273 8,065 847 1,527 1,088 18,269 1,767 668 5,681
California  530,337 5  260,806 5  63,972 3,391 6  6,191 6  757 6  123,619 4  15,267 6  3,579 6  52,755 6 
 
Colorado  101,426 48,543 14,680 2,434 2,100 773 19,805 2,777 1,174 9,140
Connecticut  93,088 42,951 15,637 6  3,496 1,081 781 20,154 6  2,127 1,800 5,060 6 
Delaware  16,478 8,933 1,577 226 281 134 3,734 6  413 366 813
District of Columbia  11,381 5,925 1,635 377 260 111 1,501 491 246 836
Florida  333,183 175,609 30,031 696 5,859 2,589 77,207 7,957 1,920 31,315
 
Georgia  227,188 112,460 25,773 2,353 3,557 2,247 6  60,792 6  6,157 6  2,300 6  11,549 6 
Hawaii  21,704 11,396 2,407 573 632 208 3,952 571 218 1,747
Idaho  27,783 15,673 2,991 229 564 98 5,916 701 133 1,478
Illinois  215,764 132,983 30,219 4  491 3,193 1,960 32,539 4  7,362 2,828 4,190 4 
Indiana  138,802 5  58,121 5  23,589 4  2,219 1,688 646 40,615 4  2,903 1,096 7,925
 
Iowa  69,615 34,642 10,531 305 1,157 513 15,276 1,740 1,237 4,211
Kansas  67,751 34,644 9,163 970 1,061 797 15,373 1,807 477 3,459
Kentucky  99,225 42,042 14,325 1,000 1,515 1,122 27,154 3,147 922 7,999
Louisiana  100,881 48,655 11,448 2,079 1,919 1,157 26,030 2,880 380 6,332
Maine  32,549 15,384 5,744 250 575 222 7,066 876 418 2,015
 
Maryland  115,367 58,428 11,360 1,792 2,389 1,245 25,095 6  3,635 3,328 8,095
Massachusetts  122,057 68,754 23,484 408 2,168 727 11,306 4,382 2,496 8,332
Michigan  193,487 88,615 21,379 3,347 2,249 746 56,584 4,751 3,132 12,683
Minnesota  108,993 52,672 16,759 2,035 1,072 709 6  25,339 6  2,103 6  2,072 6  6,232 6 
Mississippi  67,866 32,255 8,195 649 1,096 872 17,546 1,912 989 4,353
 
Missouri  128,289 66,735 13,314 6  1,081 6  2,613 6  1,477 30,099 6  3,136 1,395 8,439 6 
Montana  19,249 10,361 2,397 165 457 369 4,266 4  534 175 525 4 
Nebraska  45,509 22,345 6,506 999 811 556 10,030 1,029 614 2,619
Nevada  33,400 21,839 4,152 4  1,380 4  880 376 1,455 4  993 30 2,295 4 
New Hampshire  32,955 15,365 7,356 264 7  824 330 6,281 7  506 6  742 1,287 6 
 
New Jersey  202,634 110,202 26,227 3,138 3,904 1,585 38,195 4  4,651 1,394 13,339
New Mexico  46,519 22,437 6,009 659 815 272 10,359 1,309 897 3,761
New York  413,971 211,606 37,849 1,979 6,979 2,775 111,280 9,282 2,921 29,300
North Carolina  193,039 98,357 26,173 1,043 3,976 2,290 42,034 5,101 1,565 12,500
North Dakota  16,239   8,417   2,071   179   309   193   3,389   447   474   760  
                                         
Ohio  241,212 109,282 19,333 1,676 3,655 1,217 73,111 5,053 2,110 25,775  
Oklahoma  82,262 41,278 8,362 329 1,610 1,072 20,318 2,147 593 6,555  
Oregon  63,603 28,109 9,837 409 1,032 306 14,900 1,584 446 6,980  
Pennsylvania  266,796 129,911 34,314 1,671 4,763 2,136 67,768 5,531 2,708 17,993  
Rhode Island  18,632 11,212 2,224 84 384 298 2,720 452 85 1,173  
                                         
South Carolina  65,508 45,210 8,475 453 1,816 1,085 3,636 2,554 704 1,574
South Dakota  19,545 9,512 2,454 132 345 137 6  4,862 6  430 6  764 6  909 6 
Tennessee  128,197 66,558 16,243 836 2,889 1,933 30,648 3,360 174 5,556
Texas  665,419 334,997 63,338 3,456 11,212 5,097 171,399 22,360 6,563 46,997
Utah  52,341 25,677 8,214 1,699 807 279 11,007 1,300 367 2,991
                                         
Vermont  18,485 8,382 4,284 235 413 212 3,219 488 135 1,117  
Virginia  201,047 70,947 19,388 13,419 3,977 1,978 73,489 4,606 1,537 11,705  
Washington  103,783 53,934 10,422 358 2,045 1,134 24,409 2,800 2,416 6,266  
West Virginia  39,270 20,338 3,632 370 738 352 10,375 4  1,105 771 1,589  
Wisconsin  103,901 57,625 10,292 1,326 1,874 1,074 21,983 2,447 973 6,306  
Wyoming  16,424   7,127   2,402   424   444   161   4,126   354   330   1,056  
Department of Defense schools, Bureau of Indian Education, and other jurisdictions 
Department of Defense (DoDEA)   
Bureau of Indian Education   
American Samoa   
Guam  3,383 1,843 631 92 59 23 229 82 14 410  
Commonwealth of the
  Northern Mariana Islands
1,215 607 244 10 36 149 40 8 121  
Puerto Rico  59,261 36,506 95 104 828 1,183 14,569 1,464 450 4,062  
U.S. Virgin Islands  2,918   1,457   367   29   85   30   734   84   28   104  
— 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 edited. There were several variations in the way edits were carried out. See Section II.B.2. in "Documentation to the Common Core of Data State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education : School Year 2010–11" for more information regarding the edit methods.
5 Data were imputed based on prior–year (fall 2009) data. See the Section II.B.1. in the "Documentation to the Common Core of Data State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education : School Year 2010–11" for more information regarding the imputation methods.
6 State total includes one or more imputed values or has been edited to reflect the sum of prekindergarten, kindergarten, elementary, secondary, and teachers of ungraded classes.
7 Using current year's reporting, data were disaggregated from current-year totals.
NOTE: All staff counts are full–time–equivalent (FTE) count. Staff categories presented in this table may differ from those published by states. Detail may not sum to totals because of 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," 2010–11, Version 1a.


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