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Condition of America's Public School Facilities: 1999
NCES: 2000032
June 2000

List of Text Tables

  • Table 1: Percent of public schools with each type of building, and the percentage distribution of ratings of the overall condition of the building types: 1999
     
  • Table 2: Percent of public schools with each type of building, and the percent rating each building type in less than adequate condition, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 3: Number and percentage distributions of public schools and enrollments according to the condition of all onsite building types: 1999
     
  • Table 4: Percent of public schools rating the condition of building features as less than adequate, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 5: Percent of public schools reporting the need to spend money on repairs, renovations, and modernizations to bring the school into good overall condition, and the cost per student of the repairs, renovations, and modernizations, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 6: Percent of public schools indicating the sources of cost estimates for all repairs, renovations, and modernizations required to bring the school's onsite buildings into good overall condition: 1999
     
  • Table 7: Percentage distribution of public schools indicating the type of source used for cost estimates and the average cost per school for all repairs, renovations, and modernizations required to bring the school's onsite buildings into good overall condition: 1999
     
  • Table 8: Percent of public schools rating the condition of environmental factors as unsatisfactory, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 9: Percentage distribution of public schools according to the status of air conditioning in various areas of their school buildings: 1999
     
  • Table 10: Percentage distribution of public schools according to the status of air conditioning in classrooms, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 11: Percent of public schools with air conditioning in various areas of the school, and the percentage distribution of those schools according to satisfaction with the condition of air conditioning in the school areas: 1999
     
  • Table 12: Percent of public schools with a written long-range educational facilities plan for the school, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 13: Percent of public schools with construction projects planned for the school in the next 2 years, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 14: Percent of public schools with plans to make at least one major repair, renovation, or replacement to a building feature in the next 2 years, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 15: Percentage distribution of public schools according to their plans for major repair, renovation, or replacement of each building feature in the next 2 years: 1999
     
  • Table 16: Percentage distribution of public schools according to school plans for major repair, renovation, or replacement of each building feature in the next 2 years, by condition of the building feature: 1999
     
  • Table 17: Age of public schools based upon years since construction of the main instructional building(s), years since most recent major renovation, and functional age of the school, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 18: Percentage distribution of public schools according to the functional age of the school, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 19: Percentage distribution of public schools reporting that they are underenrolled, at capacity, or overcrowded, by school characteristics: 1999
     
  • Table 20: Percent of public schools in each enrollment to capacity ratio category rating the condition of building features as less than adequate: 1999
     
  • Table 21: Percent of public schools in each enrollment to capacity ratio category rating the condition of environmental factors as unsatisfactory: 1999
     
  • Table 22: Percent of public schools that report using various space and scheduling practices, and the extent to which the practice is used to alleviate overcrowding: 1999

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