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Table SH93. Standard errors for table H93: Percentage of public high school graduates who earned credits in each career/ technical education (CTE) area: 1990, 2000, and 2005
CTE area 1990   2000   2005
           
All CTE areas 0.24   0.48   0.28
           
Non-occupational CTE, total 0.90   1.51   0.84
Family and consumer sciences education 1.73   1.35   1.09
General labor market preparation, total 1.06   1.85   1.08
           
Occupational education, total 0.78   0.78   0.46
Agriculture and natural resources 0.90   0.86   0.53
Business 1.49   1.82   1.08
Communications and design 0.88   1.27   0.79
Computer and information sciences 1.47   1.60   0.90
Construction and architecture 0.54   0.51   0.33
Consumer and culinary services 1.02   1.04   0.77
Engineering technologies 0.58   1.09   0.53
Health sciences 0.65   1.27   0.66
Manufacturing 1.26   0.98   0.81
Repair and transportation 0.71   0.61   0.38
Marketing 0.56   0.82   0.54
Public services 0.70   1.11   0.61
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, High School Transcript Study (HSTS), 1990, 2000, and 2005.


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