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Data on School Environment

This section provides data on disciplinary issues and access to computer technology by locale.

Disciplinary issues

  • Table C.1.a.-2 Percentage of public school teachers who reported potential problems as "serious problems" in their schools, by type of problem, locale, and grade level taught: 2011-12
  • Table C.1.a.-4 Percentage of public school teachers who reported agreement with various statements about teaching conditions, by condition, locale, and grade level taught: 2011-12
  • Table D.1.a.-1 Percentage and number of public and private school teachers who reported that they were threatened with injury by a student from school during the previous 12 months, by urbanicity and selected teacher and school characteristics: Various school years, 199394 through 2007-08
  • Table D.1.a.-2 Percentage and number of public and private school teachers who reported that they were physically attacked by a student from school during the previous 12 months, by urbanicity and selected teacher and school characteristics: Various years, 199394 through 2007-08
  • Table D.1.a.-3 Percentage of public schools that reported selected discipline problems that occurred at school, by frequency and school characteristics: 200304, 200506, 2007-08
  • Table D.1.a.-4 Percentage of students ages 1218 who reported that gangs were present at school, by urbanicity and selected student and school characteristics: Various years, 2001-07

Access to computer technology

  • Table D.2.b.-1 Percentage of public schools that have instructional computers with Internet access, ratio of students to instructional computers with Internet access, percentage of schools that have instructional computers in classrooms, ratio of intructional computers in classrooms to number of classrooms, and percentage distribution of schools reporting the type of wireless network access in school, by school locale: Fall 2008
  • Table D.2.b.-2 Percentage of public schools providing handheld computing devices to administrators, teachers, or students, and among those schools, the mean number of handhelds for administrators, the ratio of full-time-equivalent (FTE) teachers to handhelds, and the ratio of students to handhelds, by school locale: Fall 2008

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