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Table 17.  Percentage of private schools with physical space limitations, by affiliation stratum: 2003–04

Affiliation stratum Percent of schools with enrollment that exceeded permanent and temporary building capacity   Percent of schools that had one or more temporary buildings   Average student capacity of temporary buildings   Percent of schools that routinely used common areas for instructional purposes   Percent of schools in which some teachers did not have their own classrooms due to lack of space  
All private schools 2.1   13.5   81.2   13.7   15.5  
                     
Catholic- Parochial  0.2 ! 11.2   64.7   13.8   20.0  
Catholic- Diocesan  2.6   14.3   122.3   13.2   22.8  
Catholic- Private  1.8 ! 11.0   90.9   17.9   42.6  
Amish  11.3   7.4   13.6   5.8 ! 4.4 !
Assembly of God  1.6 ! 8.6   128.7 ! 22.8   11.9  
Baptist  #   15.6   147.0   12.8   7.4  
Episcopal  0.8 ! 21.3   79.0   14.1   23.7  
Jewish  1.0 ! 15.4   101.1   19.4   24.2  
Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod  #   18.9   50.0 ! 13.9   10.7 !
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod  0.9 ! 4.8   35.8   12.4   2.6 !
Mennonite  #   7.5   69.2   8.8   5.3 !
Pentecostal  3.3 ! 5.4 ! 20.9 ! 3.5 ! 1.6 !
Seventh-Day Adventist  1.4 ! 10.6   35.5   5.8   3.8 !
Other Religious  2.1   19.3   82.0   19.2   17.1  
Nonsectarian- Regular  3.1   14.5   57.6   7.6   16.1  
Nonsectarian- Special Emphasis  5.2   7.2   62.9   13.8   6.8  
Nonsectarian- Special Education  2.0 ! 8.2   16.0   10.9   11.3  
# 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.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, Private School Data File, 2003–04.

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