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Table 5. Number of full-time and part-time public school staff, by type of staff and state: 2007-08 (Table 5—Continued)

  Instructional coordinators and supervisors, such as curriculum specialists School counselors, excluding psychologists and social workers Student support services professional staff
State Vice principals and assistant principals     Library media specialists/ librarians     Nurses   Psychologists   Speech therapists or pathologists   Other student support services professional staff1  
United States  74,670   73,230   81,670   125,590   79,760   61,320   91,400   129,250  
                                 
Alabama  1,380   580   1,570   1,990   1,500   150 ! 1,260   1,080  
Alaska  140   120   280   390   220   210   300    
Arizona  1,330   1,550   1,480   2,360   1,510   1,330   1,850   2,020  
Arkansas  750   1,040   1,080   1,340   1,060   250   1,090   1,660  
California  8,020   7,560   6,560   11,950   7,320   8,320   8,320   7,520  
                                 
Colorado  1,120   1,300   1,400   1,970   1,150   1,320   1,260   2,250  
Connecticut  870   1,600   1,000   1,490   1,360   1,060   1,390   2,680  
Delaware  190   170   180   290   210   210   230   330  
District of Columbia  90   180   150   230   200   150   160   460  
Florida  4,990   3,420   3,020   5,700   2,470   2,350   3,930   6,140  
                                 
Georgia  3,940   1,610   2,410   4,010   1,840   1,400   2,740   3,150  
Hawaii  290   460   300   760   190   150   230   460  
Idaho  280   160   530   780   410   450   510   720  
Illinois  2,960   2,780   3,620   4,100   3,880   3,380   4,630   8,290  
Indiana  1,430   1,130   2,010   2,440   1,930   1,260   1,880   2,220  
                                 
Iowa  400   620   1,170   1,530   1,180   480   640   1,010  
Kansas  580   760   1,530   1,600   1,330   1,160   1,300   1,960  
Kentucky  1,000   950   1,260   1,660   1,020   660   1,500   1,030  
Louisiana  1,330   940   1,270   1,360   1,270   450   1,450   1,390  
Maine  340   310   560   770   570   330   680   950  
                                 
Maryland  1,930   1,780   1,310   2,820   1,530   1,140   1,520   2,750  
Massachusetts  1,620   3,520   1,360   3,070   2,130   1,430   2,430   4,160  
Michigan  1,420   1,760   2,760   3,630   930   2,450   2,990   5,480  
Minnesota  740   960   1,520   1,720   1,610   1,540   1,840   3,740  
Mississippi  900   460   930   1,250   680   150   1,080   1,010  
                                 
Missouri  1,320   1,180   2,080   2,950   2,170   390   2,180   3,130 !
Montana  110   170   630   690   360   330   410   350  
Nebraska  260   300   900   980   710   510   800   690  
Nevada  540   720   440   850   540   510   580   420  
New Hampshire  390   440   420   840   480   390   530   970  
                                 
New Jersey  1,930   3,310   2,140   4,260   2,810   1,990   3,080   5,740  
New Mexico  390   480   550   920   660   360   870   1,340  
New York  5,030   6,790   4,300   8,020   5,540   4,770   7,200   8,550  
North Carolina  2,750   1,830   2,480   3,440   2,190   1,560   2,270   4,570  
North Dakota  70 ! 150 ! 360   450   110   120   360   370  
                                 
Ohio  2,120   2,510   3,190   4,790   2,970   3,220   3,610   7,350 !
Oklahoma  760   480   1,570   1,940   850   510   1,410   980  
Oregon  560   550   810   1,380   660   660   990   830  
Pennsylvania  1,860   3,620   3,300   5,080   4,010   2,900   3,230   4,500  
Rhode Island  220   330   370   500   340   310   360   700  
                                 
South Carolina  1,550   1,310   1,170   2,040   1,120   770   1,200   1,460  
South Dakota  100   120   320   460   250   190   340   330  
Tennessee  1,760   900   1,750   2,490   1,600   1,210   1,710   2,150  
Texas  9,360   7,020   7,590   12,620   7,220   2,320   6,460   10,680  
Utah  570   540   800   1,170   560   470   790   800  
                                 
Vermont  140   180   320   520   370   150   350   590 !
Virginia  2,280   1,550   2,400   3,630   2,050   1,400   1,970   2,900  
Washington  1,090   1,320   1,680   2,470   1,950   1,860   1,920   2,270  
West Virginia  490   220   530   930   690   350   710   570  
Wisconsin  870   1,190   2,020   2,650   1,750   2,070   2,610   3,320  
Wyoming  90   320   270   320   280   190   270   400  
See notes at end of table.


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