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Table 11.  Percentage of schools that offered particular programs or services at the school for students, regardless of funding source, by school type and selected school characteristics: 2003–04

State Programs or services available during the 2003–04 school year   
A separate,
self-contained program
for students
with discipline
or adjustment problems
Medical
health care services beyond
those provided
by a school nurse
Extended day program
providing instruction
beyond the normal
school day for students who need academic assistance
Before-school or after-school day care programs Summer school activities or academic intersessions available during the summer of 2003 or the previous school year (2002-03)
Providing academic assistance for enrolled
students
Providing
academic advancement or enrichment for enrolled students
All schools  25.5 10.1 40.6 38.5 66.0 32.9
             
All public schools  31.9 12.0 46.9 33.1 76.2 34.7
             
School classification             
Traditional public  32.3 12.1 46.8 32.9 76.7 34.6
Charter school  17.8 10.1 50.1 40.4 54.0 38.0
             
Community type             
Central city  33.8 16.6 58.0 41.0 81.5 39.1
Urban fringe/large town  31.2 10.6 42.3 37.8 78.1 35.9
Rural/small town  31.6 10.5 44.7 17.4 67.7 28.4
             
School level             
Elementary  26.7 11.3 49.7 44.1 78.8 33.8
Secondary  46.9 12.5 41.2 5.4 71.0 38.2
Combined  35.7 17.6 37.0 13.8 67.5 32.1
             
Student enrollment             
Less than 100  36.2 12.2 29.0 9.1 59.8 32.2
100–199  21.3 11.2 38.0 19.7 66.5 25.7
200–499  27.1 11.2 45.7 39.0 75.3 33.1
500–749  32.1 10.5 50.8 42.6 79.7 34.6
750–999  41.4 17.6 56.7 35.5 83.0 37.3
1,000 or more  47.9 14.5 54.6 16.3 86.1 48.1
             
All BIA schools  37.4 38.1 66.1 22.0 61.2 51.0
             
All private schools  5.6 4.0 21.0 55.3 34.5 27.2
             
School classification             
Catholic  0.9 2.1 19.0 65.0 30.8 22.6
Other religious  3.7 2.1 20.7 48.5 30.8 22.8
Nonsectarian  15.0 10.2 23.7 57.5 46.2 41.4
             
Community type             
Central city  5.6 3.4 24.1 69.3 39.8 31.5
Urban fringe/large town  5.9 3.7 20.2 53.7 33.2 27.7
Rural/small town  4.7 6.5 16.5 29.7 27.1 16.3
             
School level             
Elementary  2.5 2.6 20.0 67.8 27.4 23.3
Secondary  12.5 11.8 21.8 5.6 44.8 34.8
Combined  9.8 4.5 22.8 45.2 45.8 32.9
             
Student enrollment             
Less than 100  8.7 4.0 20.4 42.3 35.2 26.7
100–199  3.9 5.0 24.4 67.8 30.7 24.8
200–499  1.7 2.8 18.7 70.1 32.7 26.9
500–749  3.1 5.3 20.5 61.1 40.4 31.9
750 or more  2.8 5.1 23.0 43.4 58.8 51.3
NOTE: BIA school refers to schools funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) that are operated by the BIA, a tribe, or a private contractor and not by a regular school district.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, 2003–04, Public School, BIA School, and Private School Data Files.


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