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Table 12.  Number of various public school staff, by state: 2003–04

State 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
United States  65,038   56,980   81,338   118,761   353,654
                   
Alabama  1,160   450   1,460   1,835   4,497
Alaska  117   100   265   411   1,160
Arizona  1,126   761   1,279   1,767   5,789
Arkansas  760   463   1,255   1,534   3,610
California  6,487   5,633   6,253   8,252   31,074
                   
Colorado  962   1,083   1,279   1,632   5,664
Connecticut  796   1,821   1,022   1,576   4,984
Delaware  201   92   194   326   943
District of Columbia  130   100   110   224   988
Florida  4,204   2,457   2,879   5,588   13,673
                   
Georgia  2,772   1,054   2,240   3,243   8,019
Hawaii  274   340   294   744   1,115
Idaho  236   208   500   823   2,017
Illinois  1,882   3,250   3,606   4,022   19,997
Indiana  1,010   643   1,780   2,254   6,518
                   
Iowa  381   486   1,332   1,707   4,080
Kansas  509   515   1,438   1,635   5,457
Kentucky  777   721   1,405   1,871   4,588
Louisiana  1,354   846   1,354   1,667   6,021
Maine  324   374   622   857   2,745
                   
Maryland  1,680   1,977   1,309   2,559   6,063
Massachusetts  1,600   2,611   1,609   3,270   8,877
Michigan  1,593   2,486   2,702   4,008   15,140
Minnesota  742   545   1,509   1,932   8,535
Mississippi  721   331   968   1,204   3,008
                   
Missouri  1,197   611   2,097   3,002   6,714
Montana  148   93   594   660   1,377
Nebraska  282   360   971   1,056   3,043
Nevada  412   268   471   777   1,850
New Hampshire  362   351   423   824   2,189
                   
New Jersey  1,545   3,146   2,499   4,522   13,204
New Mexico  331   362   580   918   3,543
New York  4,902   5,628   4,844   7,143   24,356
North Carolina  2,757   985   2,312   3,690   9,548
North Dakota  81   97   415   515   1,174
                   
Ohio  2,202   1,760   3,320   4,815   16,172
Oklahoma  708   269   1,746   2,055   4,087
Oregon  574   472   942   1,431   3,184
Pennsylvania  1,852   2,694   3,155   4,865   14,717
Rhode Island  194   304   379   542   1,647
                   
South Carolina  1,408   800   1,168   1,792   4,541
South Dakota  75   84   378   513   1,155
Tennessee  1,346   621   1,671   2,189   6,245
Texas  7,457   4,860   6,562   10,444   26,343
Utah  460   348   613   923   2,576
                   
Vermont  145   198   343   512   1,167
Virginia  2,167   1,054   2,202   3,725   9,261
Washington  1,137   1,218   2,114   2,853   8,584
West Virginia  392   85   472   940   2,560
Wisconsin  1,001   821   2,087   2,738   8,741
Wyoming  106   149   316   376   1,115
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.
SOURCECE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, Public School Teacher, Public School Principal, and Public School Data Files, 2003–04.

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