Table 12.  Number of various private school staff, by affiliation stratum: 2003–04

Affiliation stratum Vice principals and assistant principals/ school heads1   Instructional coordinators and supervisors, such as curriculum specialists1   Library media specialists/ librarians1 School counselors, excluding psychologists and social workers1   Student support services professional staff1-2  
All private schools  13,232   8,086   15,785 14,144   40,828  
                   
Catholic- Parochial  1,637   736   3,136 2,201   6,151  
Catholic- Diocesan  1,760   798   2,342 2,444   4,346  
Catholic- Private  1,152   617   949 1,733   1,678  
Amish  #   #   # #   6 !
Assembly of God  184   61   147 94   283  
Baptist  694   147   851 445   1,040  
Episcopal  283   213   341 237   659  
Jewish  812   847   616 427   2,066  
Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod  194 ! 31 ! 460 173 ! 868  
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod  62   25   67 34   121  
Mennonite  141   37   104 30   158  
Pentecostal  107   164   125 129   82  
Seventh-Day Adventist  186   21 ! 159 99   190  
Other Religious  2,264   1,388   2,962 1,341   3,505  
Nonsectarian- Regular  2,328   1,400   2,641 1,937   4,472  
Nonsectarian- Special Emphasis  706   841   633 972   5,675  
Nonsectarian- Special Education  724   759   251 1,850   9,528  
# Rounds to zero. 
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 50 percent or more of the estimate's value.
1 Includes full- and part-time head counts.
2 Student support services professional staff includes nurses, social workers, psychologists, speech therapists or pathologists, and other professional staff.
NOTE: Estimates of the number of principals and teachers are provided in Table 1. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, Private School Teacher, Private School Principal, and Private School Data Files, 2003–04.