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

List of Tables and Figures

Tables | Figures

Tables

  • Table 1: Percent of private schools having access to various types of computer networks: 1995

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

  • Table 3: 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 4: 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 5: 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 6: Mean number of computers and percent of computers with Internet access in private and public schools: 1995

  • Table 7: Percent of private and public schools with computer networks: 1995

  • Table 8: 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 9: Number and percent of responding private schools in the study sample and estimated number and percent of private schools and private school students the sample represents, by school characteristics: 1995


Figures

  • Figure 1: Percent of public schools where nutrition is taught and where nutrition education is required, by grade: 1995

  • Figure 2: Percent of private schools with access to the Internet and the percent of private school students enrolled in schools with Internet access: 1995


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