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Table 47.  Of public schools with library media centers, average number of total holdings, additions, and expenditures in library media centers during 2002–03 for various kinds of materials, by state: 2003–04

  Total
number
of schools1
  Number of
schools with
library
media
centers1
  Average number of holdings at the end of the 2002–03 school year   Average number acquired during the 2002–03 school year   Average amount of expenditures during the 2002–03 school year  
State     Book titles Video materials   CD-
ROM titles
  Book titles Video materials CD-
ROM titles
  Book titles Video materials CD-
ROM titles
 
United States  88,113   82,569   10,900 391   69   574 25 4   $6,300 $562 $98  
                                   
Alabama  1,490   1,389   9,300 359   64   532 23 5   5,100 522 76  
Alaska  447   420   11,200 258   54   474 15 2   4,000 265 45  
Arizona  1,703   1,438   16,300 425   53   855 23 2   7,800 399 41  
Arkansas  1,071   1,047   9,100 378   21   418 26 2   5,500 408 101  
California  8,866   7,780   11,200 280   77   813 21 2   9,700 559 29  
                                   
Colorado  1,516   1,388   12,100 222   81   590 15 4   6,000 339 157 !
Connecticut  1,008   965   12,100 367   89   635 29 3   7,400 580 86  
Delaware  183   166   11,200 346   35   494 17 2   6,500 356 62  
District of Columbia  193   179          
Florida  3,089   2,859   13,500 773   114   795 47 7   8,200 1,223 210  
                                   
Georgia  1,874   1,848   12,100 752   256   555 32 17 ! 7,100 617 245  
Hawaii  281   281   14,200 496   35   498 26 3 ! 5,300 313 57 !
Idaho  651   613   10,100 249   14   359 12 1   3,600 204 15  
Illinois  4,150   3,710   9,200 240   144   639 14 11 ! 4,400 387 123  
Indiana  1,901   1,805   11,100 503   41   469 31 3 ! 5,700 593 51  
                                   
Iowa  1,326   1,311   9,400 147   81   361 8 5   3,600 98 92  
Kansas  1,415   1,406   9,900 307   66   455 18 12 ! 4,200 320 56  
Kentucky  1,397   1,315   8,900 420   25   476 32 2   4,300 624 74  
Louisiana  1,465   1,399   10,600 302   39   292 19 3   5,700 307 69  
Maine  698   676   9,000 292   51   330 23 6   4,200 541 113  
                                   
Maryland  1,362   1,336   10,000 481   60   830 23 3 ! 6,000 542 114 !
Massachusetts  1,797   1,710   10,900 304   50   503 20 3 ! 5,400 373 39  
Michigan  3,675   3,236   16,500 289   53   481 28 4   4,500 647 109  
Minnesota  1,782   1,554   14,300 295   157   628 23 15 ! 5,000 526 96  
Mississippi  1,035   916   7,800 346   58   541 27 6 ! 5,800 402 62  
                                   
Missouri  1,998   1,824   9,700 437   110 ! 567 33 6   6,600 626 94  
Montana  585   558   9,200 232   24   401 21 2   3,300 340 91  
Nebraska  1,146   1,049   9,800 284   45   397 19 5 ! 4,000 284 93  
Nevada  499   488   12,100 263   194   859 15 8   8,000 223 57  
New Hampshire  437   437   8,700 338   49   457 28 4   5,700 687 74  
                                   
New Jersey  2,390   2,143   12,100 1,154 ! 37   484 42 1   7,300 965 101  
New Mexico  703   687   10,200 455   37   616 20 2   6,900 379 33  
New York  4,257   4,225   10,800 364   30   634 28 3   8,500 925 287 !
North Carolina  2,201   2,152   10,400 460   69   699 32 4   7,800 594 118  
North Dakota  400   392   10,000 459   61   393 16 1   4,100 341 56  
                                   
Ohio  3,875   3,765   8,500 343   60   379 27 1   3,600 608 17  
Oklahoma  1,564   1,564   9,100 369   83   415 19 7   4,700 374 136  
Oregon  1,248   1,228   12,200 183   39   394 12 2   3,000 188 50  
Pennsylvania  3,108   2,904   11,500 199   27   519 12 1   5,900 282 30  
Rhode Island  303   298   8,600 230   24   468 12 1   7,100 321 64 !
                                   
South Carolina  1,119   1,058   11,000 435   55   618 22 3   7,100 349 54  
South Dakota  493   441   9,300 236   31   518 17 2   3,800 318 108  
Tennessee  1,634   1,591   9,700 569   79   552 33 7   5,400 574 177  
Texas  7,420   6,998   10,600 447   47   631 30 2   8,200 685 85  
Utah  776   740   10,700 464   42   547 27 2   4,800 498 32  
                                   
Vermont  329   326   9,200 421   34   431 27 4   5,800 741 96  
Virginia  2,004   1,952   10,800 477   87   552 31 5   6,700 742 133  
Washington  2,072   1,986   11,100 178   46   496 14 2   6,400 374 58 !
West Virginia  776   693   6,900 264   15   317 15 2   2,400 230 47  
Wisconsin  2,050   2,011   12,100 452   67   572 39 5   6,900 969 169  
Wyoming  353   311   9,200 236   44   460 13 4   4,200 377 80  
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 50 percent or more of the estimate's value.
‡ Reporting standards not met. The base-weighted unit response rate was below 50 percent.
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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