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Internet Access in U.S. Public Schools and Classrooms: 1994-2002
NCES: 2004011
October 2003

Tables of Estimates and Standard Errors

  • Table 1: Percent of public schools with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1994–2002

  • Table 1a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1994–2002

  • Table 2: Percent of public school instructional rooms with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1994–2002

  • Table 2a: Standard errors of the percent of public school instructional rooms with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1994–2002

  • Table 3: Percent of public schools with Internet access using broadband connections, by school characteristics: 2000–2002

  • Table 3a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools with Internet access using broadband connections, by school characteristics: 2000–2002

  • Table 4: Percent of public schools using any types of wireless Internet connections, and of those schools, percent using broadband wireless Internet connections, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 4a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools using any types of wireless Internet connections, and of those schools, standard errors of the percent using broadband wireless Internet connections, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 5: Percent of public school instructional rooms with wireless Internet connections, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 5a: Standard errors of the percent of public school instructional rooms with wireless Internet connections, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 6: Percentage distribution of the staff position of those who were primarily responsible for computer hardware, software, and Internet support at the school, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 6a: Standard errors of the percentage distribution of the staff position of those who were primarily responsible for computer hardware, software, and Internet support at the school, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 7: Ratio of public school students to instructional computers with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1998–2002

  • Table 7a: Standard errors of the ratio of public school students to instructional computers with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1998–2002

  • Table 8: Percent of public schools allowing students to access the Internet outside of regular school hours, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 8a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools allowing students to access the Internet outside of regular school hours, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 9: Average number of computers with Internet access regularly available to students outside of regular school hours, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 9a: Standard errors of the average number of computers with Internet access regularly available to students outside of regular school hours, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 10: Percent of public schools providing hand-held computers to students or teachers for instructional purposes, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 10a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools providing hand-held computers to students or teachers for instructional purposes, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 11: Percent of public schools lending laptop computers to students, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 11a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools lending laptop computers to students, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 12: Percent of public schools lending laptop computers to students for various maximum lengths of time: 2002

  • Table 12a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools lending laptop computers to students for various maximum lengths of time: 2002

  • Table 13: Percent of public schools without laptop computers available for loan in 2002–03 planning to make laptop computers available for students to borrow during the 2003–04 school year: 2002

  • Table 13a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools without laptop computers available for loan in 2002–03 planning to make laptop computers available for students to borrow during the 2003–04 school year: 2002

  • Table 14: Percent of public schools with a web site or a web page, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 14a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools with a web site or a web page, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 15: Percentage distribution of public schools updating their web site or web page daily, weekly, monthly, or less than monthly, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 15a: Standard errors of the percentage distribution of public schools updating their web site or web page daily, weekly, monthly, or less than monthly, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 16: Percentage distribution of types of staff or students who were primarily responsible for the school's web site or web page support, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 16a: Standard errors of the percentage distribution of types of staff or students who were primarily responsible for the school's web site or web page support, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 17: Percent of public schools using technologies or procedures to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet, and of those schools, percent using these measures on all computers with Internet access used by students, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 17a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools using technologies or procedures to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet, and of those schools, standard errors of the percent using these measures on all computers with Internet access used by students, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 18: Percent of public schools with Internet access using various technologies or procedures to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 18a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools with Internet access using various technologies or procedures to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet, by school characteristics: 2001–02

  • Table 19: Percent of public schools with Internet access using various methods to disseminate information to students and parents about the technologies or other procedures used to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet at the school, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 19a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools with Internet access using various methods to disseminate information to students and parents about the technologies or other procedures used to prevent student access to inappropriate material on the Internet at the school, by school characteristics: 2002

  • Table 20: Percent of public schools reporting that they or their district offered professional development for teachers in their school on how to integrate the Internet into the curriculum in the past 12 months, and percent of teachers in those schools who have attended such professional development in the past 12 months: 2002

  • Table 20a: Standard errors of the percent of public schools reporting that they or their district offered professional development for teachers in their school on how to integrate the Internet into the curriculum in the past 12 months, and standard errors of the percent of teachers in those schools who have attended such professional development in the past 12 months: 2002

  • Table 21: Standard errors for figures and for data not shown in tables: 2002
    Table 21–Continued

  • Table A-1: Number of cases with imputed data in the study sample, and number of cases with imputed data the sample represents, by questionnaire items: 2002

  • Table A-2: Number and percent of responding public schools in the study sample , and estimated number and percent of public schools the sample represents, by school characteristics: 2002

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