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Table SH121. Standard errors for table H121. Percentage distribution of grade 9 through 12 public school teachers' highest educational attainment, by school type and main teaching assignment: 2008
School type and main teaching assignment Total,
less than
bachelor’s degree
  No
degree
  Associate’s
degree or
certificate
  Bachelor’s degree   Master’s degree
or higher
                   
Total 0.16   0.10   0.11   0.80   0.82
                   
School type                  
Regular 0.14   0.11   0.10   0.88   0.88
Career or technical 3.31   1.19   2.78   2.95   4.35
Other 0.40   0.24   0.27   3.03   3.17
                   
Main teaching assignment                  
Career and technical education (CTE), total 0.79   0.31   0.76   1.39   1.29
Nonoccupational CTE 0.75   0.34   0.73   1.91   1.89
Occupational education 1.26   0.50   1.14   1.77   1.77
Agriculture and natural resources       4.55   4.88
Business 0.57     0.57   3.74   3.69
Communications and design 4.79     4.55   6.43   6.31
Computer and information sciences 2.02       5.78   5.68
Construction, architecture, and engineering technologies 5.23   1.87   4.78   4.52   4.99
Consumer, culinary, and public services 5.70     5.94   5.24   5.62
Health sciences 7.97     7.91   8.17   9.17
Manufacturing 8.30     8.40   9.25   5.96
Marketing       7.55   7.45
Repair and transportation 6.64   5.05   6.11   5.85   5.16
Academic education 0.09   0.08   0.03   0.96   0.98
Other 0.34   0.27   0.21   1.28   1.33
† Not applicable.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), “Public School Teacher Questionnaire,” 2007–08.

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