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Table 45.  Of public schools with library media centers, percentage with various technological services, average number of computer workstations, and average number of computer workstations with Internet access in the library media center, by state: 2003–04

          Various technological services        
State Total number of schools1   Number of schools with library media centers1   Telephone Automated circulation system Automated catalog(s) for student and staff use Digital video disc (DVD) player(s) for student and staff use Video cassette recorders (VCR) for student and staff use Technology to assist students and staff with disabilities Average number of computer workstations   Of library media
centers that had
any computer
workstations, average
number of computer
workstations that
had Internet access
 
United States  88,113   82,569   90.5 86.9 82.7 44.1 86.3 11.9 13.3   13.1  
                             
Alabama  1,490   1,389   89.3 95.9 87.6 44.0 95.0 10.3 10.2   9.4  
Alaska  447   420   85.9 73.3 68.5 39.5 82.7 14.3 7.9   8.5  
Arizona  1,703   1,438   95.2 90.5 81.5 38.8 81.6 11.8 16.3   16.6  
Arkansas  1,071   1,047   84.2 93.0 86.7 44.0 96.9 14.0 10.5   10.3  
California  8,866   7,780   90.6 87.9 81.6 31.4 57.3 4.2 11.5   11.4  
                             
Colorado  1,516   1,388   95.9 87.4 87.5 50.8 89.4 18.0 14.5   14.5  
Connecticut  1,008   965   89.5 67.7 66.7 55.9 87.8 14.9 15.7   15.6  
Delaware  183   166   98.7 97.8 97.3 29.9 85.7 12.9 15.2   15.3  
District of Columbia  193   179      
Florida  3,089   2,859   96.8 96.8 92.4 51.9 96.1 19.6 17.0   16.6  
                             
Georgia  1,874   1,848   97.8 97.7 96.4 50.8 99.7 14.1 13.0   12.6  
Hawaii  281   281   95.1 95.5 94.6 42.9 89.0 9.4 13.0   11.8  
Idaho  651   613   87.6 89.5 83.2 33.5 80.0 10.2 10.1   10.3  
Illinois  4,150   3,710   89.9 70.8 66.4 38.0 85.6 17.0 19.6   21.4  
Indiana  1,901   1,805   90.8 93.3 91.1 50.4 93.4 9.9 11.5   11.2  
                             
Iowa  1,326   1,311   90.2 78.0 74.9 51.9 90.8 12.7 16.6   17.1  
Kansas  1,415   1,406   90.9 86.8 84.9 46.5 96.7 12.3 12.5   12.4  
Kentucky  1,397   1,315   98.5 94.1 89.6 56.0 96.3 31.8 12.9   12.7  
Louisiana  1,465   1,399   83.8 80.1 71.1 44.5 92.7 11.0 10.7   10.6  
Maine  698   676   80.7 62.7 62.9 30.6 68.3 5.0 6.7   6.9  
                             
Maryland  1,362   1,336   92.4 91.0 82.8 46.9 93.2 15.3 18.7   18.2  
Massachusetts  1,797   1,710   79.2 70.4 71.0 45.7 81.4 16.6 14.4   15.7  
Michigan  3,675   3,236   94.4 82.8 83.8 48.8 86.6 12.5 18.0   17.3  
Minnesota  1,782   1,554   94.7 94.6 92.0 59.7 89.5 17.2 22.6   22.4  
Mississippi  1,035   916   74.1 86.5 73.2 35.6 92.3 10.4 8.3   7.8  
                             
Missouri  1,998   1,824   84.1 88.0 85.8 45.0 91.8 10.5 11.5   11.2  
Montana  585   558   82.0 69.2 62.9 37.2 84.6 5.6 10.2   10.4  
Nebraska  1,146   1,049   81.6 73.7 71.8 42.4 93.9 13.0 13.2   14.5  
Nevada  499   488   95.8 88.6 92.2 44.2 80.3 12.5 10.0   9.1  
New Hampshire  437   437   86.3 70.6 65.5 45.6 87.9 6.6 9.0   8.5  
                             
New Jersey  2,390   2,143   94.1 71.4 70.0 43.1 80.8 8.0 11.9   11.6  
New Mexico  703   687   88.8 85.7 77.8 25.1 91.8 8.0 21.1 ! 21.5 !
New York  4,257   4,225   94.5 83.9 76.0 47.7 83.7 7.7 13.2   13.1  
North Carolina  2,201   2,152   97.3 97.0 93.3 53.0 92.4 10.0 12.7   12.6  
North Dakota  400   392   69.2 53.4 51.8 30.1 81.1 9.5 7.8   7.8  
                             
Ohio  3,875   3,765   78.8 82.7 82.2 49.6 87.4 8.6 12.6   12.6  
Oklahoma  1,564   1,564   86.9 89.8 75.5 35.0 91.7 10.9 10.3   9.9  
Oregon  1,248   1,228   95.1 82.0 81.1 33.0 79.1 12.0 12.4   11.6  
Pennsylvania  3,108   2,904   88.4 87.1 81.7 37.4 81.0 8.8 11.5   11.5  
Rhode Island  303   298   50.8 83.5 72.3 26.4 66.9 7.4 9.5   9.2  
                             
South Carolina  1,119   1,058   98.9 99.9 98.2 46.6 97.1 11.9 14.3   13.9  
South Dakota  493   441   76.1 53.6 53.6 42.6 79.7 11.1 12.0   12.6  
Tennessee  1,634   1,591   89.2 89.3 81.2 47.1 90.7 11.3 10.0   9.4  
Texas  7,420   6,998   95.2 98.3 93.7 42.4 92.5 15.3 10.7   10.2  
Utah  776   740   92.8 94.8 87.2 51.0 90.0 10.0 11.3   11.2  
                             
Vermont  329   326   90.2 73.5 74.6 38.0 89.0 10.8 9.8   9.2  
Virginia  2,004   1,952   92.5 99.5 95.2 52.6 96.1 13.8 13.2   13.2  
Washington  2,072   1,986   99.1 96.0 92.9 46.5 92.3 7.5 15.0   13.7  
West Virginia  776   693   45.8 54.6 42.7 33.4 76.4 5.8 12.1   12.8  
Wisconsin  2,050   2,011   97.4 91.4 92.7 55.4 94.6 18.9 18.0   17.5  
Wyoming  353   311   90.2 94.3 91.2 49.7 86.4 8.4 11.5   10.9  
‡ Reporting standards not met. The base-weighted unit response rate was below 50 percent.
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 50 percent or more of the estimate's value.
1 The school data files were used to generate these estimates. The school library media center data files were used to generate the remaining estimates.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, Public School and Public School Library Media Center Data Files, 2003–04.

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