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Effects of Energy Needs and Expenditures on U.S. Public Schools
NCES: 2003018
June 2003

Appendix B: Standard Error Tables

  • Table B-1: Standard errors for table 1: Total public school district fiscal year (FY) 2000 and FY 2001 energy expenditures and FY 2001 and FY 2002 energy budgets as reported in FY 2002, by selected district characteristics: FY 2000 to FY 2002

  • Table B-2: Standard errors for table 2: Mean energy expenditures per pupil of public school districts in fiscal year (FY) 2000 and FY 2001, mean energy budgets per pupil of public school districts in FY 2001 and FY 2002, and percentage difference between various years, by selected district characteristics: FY 2000 to FY 2002

  • Table B-3: Standard errors for table 3: Percent of public school districts using various measures to reduce energy expenditures, by selected district characteristics: Fiscal years 2001 and 2002

  • Table B-4: Standard errors for table 4: Percent of public school districts with sufficient energy budgets and the mean energy budget surplus per pupil in fiscal year (FY) 2001, and the percent of public school districts with insufficient energy budgets and the mean energy budget shortfall per pupil in FY 2001, by selected district characteristics: FY 2001

  • Table B-5: Standard errors for table 5: Percent of public school districts with budget surpluses and budget shortfalls in fiscal year (FY) 2001, by size and selected district characteristics: FY 2001

  • Table B-6: Standard errors for table 6: Percent of public school districts with insufficient energy budgets for FY 2001, by primary factors in shortfall and selected district characteristics: FY 2001

  • Table B-7: Standard errors for table 7: Percent of public school districts agreeing, neither agreeing nor disagreeing, and disagreeing with the statement "Our district has successfully reduced energy usage", by selected district characteristics: Fiscal year 2001

  • Table B-8: Standard errors for table 8: Percent of public school districts agreeing, neither agreeing nor disagreeing, and disagreeing with the statement "Our district has successfully reduced the cost per unit of energy", by selected district characteristics: Fiscal year 2001

  • Table B-9: Standard errors for table 9: Percent of public school districts agreeing, neither agreeing nor disagreeing, and disagreeing with the statement "Our district has an immediate energy problem", by selected district characteristics: Fiscal year 2001

  • Table B-10: Standard errors for table 10: Percent of public school districts agreeing, neither agreeing nor disagreeing, and disagreeing with the statement "Our district has a long-term energy problem", by selected district characteristics: Fiscal year 2001

  • Table B-11: Standard errors for table 11: Percent of public school districts agreeing, neither agreeing nor disagreeing, and disagreeing with the statement "Future increases in energy costs pose a major threat to the allocation of district funds to essential areas such as student instruction", by selected district characteristics: Fiscal year 2001

  • Table B-12: Standard errors for figures and for data not shown in tables in text: Fiscal years (FY) 2001 and 2002

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