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Arts Education in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools: 1999-2000
NCES: 2002131
May 2002

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Percent of public elementary schools offering instruction designated specifically for music visual arts dance and dramatheatre Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 2: Percentage distribution of public elementary schools offering music instruction according to the portion of the school year that a typical student received instruction Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 3: Percentage distribution of public elementary schools with a written curriculum guide in music according to whether the guide was aligned with the states standards or the National Standards for Arts Education Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 4: Percentage distribution of public elementary schools with a written curriculum guide in music according to whether the guide was created or updated in the last 5 years Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 5: Percent of public elementary schools offering music instruction according to whether the school receives funds from non-district sources and the–Percent of the designated music budget that comes from these sources Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 6: Percentage distribution of public elementary schools offering visual arts instruction according to the portion of the school year that a typical student received instruction Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 7: Percentage distribution of public elementary schools with a written curriculum guide in visual arts according to whether the guide was aligned with the states standards or the National Standards for Arts Education Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 8: Percentage distribution of public elementary schools with a written curriculum guide in visual arts according to whether the curriculum guide was created or updated in the last 5 years Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 9: Percent of public elementary schools offering visual arts instruction according to whether the school receives funds from non-district sources and the–Percent of the designated visual arts budget that comes from these sources Academic year 1999- 2000

  • Figure 10: Percent of public elementary schools indicating various methods of incorporating dance or creative movement into other curriculum areas Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 11: Percent of public elementary schools indicating various methods of incorporating dramatheatre into other curriculum areas Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 12: Percent of public secondary schools offering music visual arts dance and dramatheatre instruction Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 13: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools offering music instruction according to the numbers of full-time and part-time teachers who taught courses in the subject Academic year 1998-99

  • Figure 14: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools with a written curriculum guide in music according to whether the guide was aligned with the states standards or the National Standards for Arts Education Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 15: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools with a written curriculum guide in music according to whether the guide was created or updated in the last 5 years Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 16: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools offering music instruction and receiving funds from non-district sources by the–Percent of the designated music budget that came from these sources Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 17: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools offering visual arts instruction according to the numbers of full-time and part-time teachers who taught courses in the subject Academic year 1998-99

  • Figure 18: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools with a written curriculum guide in visual arts according to whether the guide was aligned with the states standards or the National Standards for Arts Education Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 19: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools with a written curriculum guide in visual arts according to whether the guide was created or updated in the last 5 years Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 20: Percentage distribution of public secondary schools offering visual arts instruction and receiving funds from non-district sources by the–Percent of the designated music budget that comes form these sources Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 21: Percent of public secondary schools reporting various ways that creative writing is taught or included in the school curriculum Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 22: Percent of public elementary school music specialists visual arts specialists and classroom teachers who participated in various professional development activities focusing on arts instruction in the last 12 months Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 23: Percent of public elementary school music specialists visual arts specialists and classroom teachers who participated in various professional development activities designed for teachers in the last 12 months Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 24: Percent of public elementary school music specialists visual arts specialists and classroom teachers who participated in professional development activities focusing on arts instruction in the last 12 months and indicated that the activity improved their teaching to a moderate or great extent Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 25: Percent of public elementary school music specialists visual arts specialists and classroom teachers who participated in professional development activities designed for teachers in the last 12 months and indicating that the activity improved their teaching to a moderate or great extent Academic year 1999-2000

  • Figure 26: Mean number of hours teachers have designated as planning or preparation time when students are in attendance during a typical school week by type of teacher Academic year 1999-2000

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