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Table F3. RACE/ETHNICITY: Percentage distribution of 2007–08 first-time bachelor's degree recipients' race/ethnicity, by teaching status: 2009

Teaching status White Black Hispanic Asian Other or Two
or more races
All undergraduates 72.9578 8.5463 9.5403 5.7723 3.1833
Taught 78.5643 7.0643 8.2929 2.4240 3.6544
Prepared to teach 73.7799 6.7965 12.8176 2.8932 3.7128
Considered teaching, but did not prepare or teach 65.0709 14.1040 12.1148 5.1889 3.5213
Did not consider, prepare, or teach 73.7869 7.7077 8.8111 6.7138 2.9805
NOTE: Black includes African American and Hispanic includes Latino. Other includes American Indian or Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. Taught includes bachelor’s degree recipients who held K–12 teaching jobs, worked as short-term substitutes, or worked as teacher’s aides before or after completing their degree. Prepared to teach includes bachelor’s degree recipients who took courses to prepare for teaching at the K–12 level, completed student teaching, or were certified to teach at the K–12 level but had not taught. Considered teaching, but did not prepare or teach includes bachelor’s degree recipients who reported that they were currently considering teaching in 2007–08 or 2009 but had not prepared to teach or taught by 2009. Did not consider, prepare, or teach includes bachelor’s degree recipients who had not prepared to teach, taught, or reported considering teaching in 2007–08 or 2009. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Estimates include students enrolled in Title IV eligible postsecondary institutions in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2008/09 Baccalaureate and Beyond Study (B&B:08/09).

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