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E.D. TAB: Advanced Telecommunications in U.S. Public Elementary and Secondary Schools, 1995
NCES: 96854
March 1996

List of Tables

  • Table 1. Number and percent of responding public schools in the study sample and estimated number and percent of public schools the sample represents, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 2. Percent of public schools having access to selected telecommunications capabilities and the specific location of telecommunications within the school, by capability: 1995

  • Table 3. Percent of public schools having access to various types of computer networks in fall 1994 and fall 1995

  • Table 4. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet and the percent of all instructional rooms across the country with Internet access in fall 1994 and fall 1995, by school characteristics

  • Table 5. Mean number of computers in public schools and the percent of all computers in public schools across the country with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 6. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet by the number of instructional rooms with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 7. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet by the number and mean number of computers with Internet access, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 8. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet, by various types of Internet capabilities and for whom in the school community the capability is available: 1995

  • Table 9. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet, by the extent of wide area network use by members of the school community and by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 10. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet, by type of wide area network connection and by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 11. Percent of public schools having access to the Internet, by type of network administrator and by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 12. Percent of public schools reporting the extent of the formal role that various groups have in developing the school's advanced telecommunications activities: 1995

  • Table 13. Percent of public schools that do not currently have access to the Internet and their plans to obtain access to the Internet, by school characteristics: 1995

  • Table 14. Percent of all public schools indicating the extent to which various factors are barriers to either the acquisition or the use of advanced telecommunications:

  • Table 15. Percent of public schools currently having access to the Internet by the extent to which various factors are barriers to upgrading or maximizing the use of their advanced telecommunications capabilities: 1995

  • Table 16. Percent of public schools that do not currently have access to the Internet by the extent to which various factors are barriers to their acquisition of advanced telecommunications capabilities: 1995.

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