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Nutrition Education in Public Elementary School Classrooms, K-5
NCES: 2000040
March 2000

Appendix B — Table of Standard Errors

  • Table 1a: Standard errors of mean years of teaching and grades taught by public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught self-contained classes: 1997

  • Table 2a: Standard errors of mean number of hours or courses taken by public elementary school teachers, K-5, to prepare them to teach about nutrition, by type of training: 1997

  • Table 3a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who reported the availability at their school of various resources in support of nutrition education, by geographic region: 1997

  • Table 4a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who reported the potential of various resources to improve nutrition education: 1997

  • Table 5a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition in school year 1996-97, and for those who taught nutrition, the standard errors of the mean number of total hours taught, by instructional level: 1997

  • Table 6a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, by the extent to which they integrated lessons about nutrition into various subjects: 1997

  • Table 7a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition as a separate subject and who integrated lessons into other subjects to a great extent, by various characteristics: 1997

  • Table 8a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, by extent of use of various teaching strategies for nutrition lessons: 1997

  • Table 9a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, who used various teaching strategies to a moderate or great extent, by various characteristics: 1997

  • Table 10a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, who used various teaching strategies to any extent, by various characteristics: 1997

  • Table 11a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, who reported various barriers to cooperation with their school meals program staff in providing nutrition education: 1997

  • Table 12a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, who reported no barriers to cooperation with their school meals program in providing nutrition education, and percent who reported barriers to a great extent, by various characteristics: 1997

  • Table 13a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who reported they or their schools used various strategies to involve parents in the nutrition education of their children: 1997

  • Table 14a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who reported they or their schools used various strategies to any extent to involve parents in the nutrition education of their children, by various characteristics: 1997

  • Table 15a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, by the quality of instructional materials currently in use for nutrition education: 1997

  • Table 16a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, who taught nutrition, by the extent to which they used nutrition education materials they found or developed on their own, by various characteristics: 1997

  • Table 17a: Standard errors of percent of public elementary school teachers, K-5, by the extent to which various instructional materials would be useful to them in nutrition education, by instructional level: 1997

  • Table 18a: Standard errors for figures Part 2

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