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Advanced Telecommunications in U.S. Private Schools, K-12 Fall 1995
NCES: 97394
May 1997

Appendix B—List of Standard Errors for Text Tables

  • Table 1a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to various types of computer networks: 1995

  • Table 2a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to selected telecommunications capabilities and the specific location of telecommunications within the school, by capability: 1995

  • Table 3a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to the Internet, by various types of Internet capabilities and for whom in the school community the capability is available: 1995

  • Table 4a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools reporting the extent of the formal role that various groups had in developing the school's advanced telecommunications activities: 1995

  • Table 5a: Standard errors of the percent of schools and instructional rooms with Internet access, and the number of instructional rooms with access to the Internet in schools with Internet access, by school type: 1995

  • Table 6a: Standard errors of the mean number of computers and percent of computers with Internet access in private and public schools: 1995

  • Table 7a: Standard errors of the percent of private and public schools with computer networks: 1995

  • Table 8a: Standard errors of the percent of private and public schools having access to the Internet, by the extent of wide area network use by various members of the school community: 1995

  • Table 10a: Standard errors of the mean number of computers in private schools and the ratios of private school students to computers and to computers with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 11a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to the Internet and the percent of all private school instructional rooms across the country with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 12a: Standard errors of the percentage distribution of private schools having access to the Internet by the number of computers with Internet access and by the mean number of computers with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 13a: Standard errors of the percentage distribution of private schools having access to the Internet by the number of instructional rooms with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 14a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to the Internet, by the extent of wide area network use by members of the school community and by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 15a: Standard errors of the percentage distribution of private schools by the types of Internet access that was available, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 16a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to the Internet, by type of wide area network connection and by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 17a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools having access to the Internet, by type of network administrator and by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 18a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools that did not have access to the Internet in fall 1995 and their plans to obtain access to the Internet, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 19a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools with Internet access indicating their major barriers to upgrading or maximizing the use of advanced telecommunications, by school characteristics: Fall 1995

  • Table 20a: Standard errors of the percent of all private schools currently having access to the Internet by the extent to which various factors are barriers to upgrading or maximizing the use of their advanced telecommunications capabilities: 1995

  • Table 21a: Standard errors of the percent of private schools that did not have Internet access indicating their major barriers to the acquisition of advanced telecommunications capabilities; by school characteristics: Fall 1995


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