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Percentage distribution of male public school teachers, by race/ethnicity and state: 2017–18

                             
  Percent of male teachers by race/ethnicity
State Hispanic,
regardless
of race1
  White, non‐
Hispanic
  Black or African
American, non‐
Hispanic
  Asian, non‐
Hispanic
  Native Hawaiian/
Pacific Islander,
non‐Hispanic
  American
Indian/Alaska
Native, non‐
Hispanic
  Two or more
races, non‐
Hispanic
 
United States 9.8   78.9   6.5   2.0   0.3   0.5   2.1  
                             
Alabama   84.5   13.6   #   #      
Alaska   83.2   #     #   11.0 ! 3.6 !
Arizona 13.2   77.3   3.1 ! 2.1 !      
Arkansas 2.7 ! 92.4   3.0 ! #   #      
California 21.5   62.9   4.1   7.5   0.9 !   3.0  
                             
Colorado 10.0   84.2     #   #   #    
Connecticut 7.6 ! 85.0     #   #   #    
Delaware   88.8   9.4 ! #   #   #    
District of Columbia              
Florida 22.7   63.0   11.2   1.1 !   #   1.7 !
                             
Georgia 3.1 ! 74.2   20.8     #   #    
Hawaii 9.9   28.6   3.8 ! 36.3   10.5     10.6  
Idaho   94.5     #   #      
Illinois 6.2   85.5   6.1   1.5 !      
Indiana 2.6 ! 95.9       #   #   #  
                             
Iowa   94.6       #   #   #  
Kansas 2.9 ! 91.5     #   #     1.9 !
Kentucky   93.2       #   #    
Louisiana   70.1   24.9   #   #   #    
Maine   96.1   #   #   #   #   #  
                             
Maryland              
Massachusetts 4.1 ! 86.4   5.8 !   #   #    
Michigan 3.6   88.1   2.5 !   #     3.8 !
Minnesota 3.0 ! 92.1       #     2.1 !
Mississippi   81.3   13.4     #      
                             
Missouri   92.6   2.2 !        
Montana   94.8     #   #   #   #  
Nebraska   98.1   #   #   #   #    
Nevada 7.5 ! 76.2     5.0 !      
New Hampshire #   100.0   #   #   #   #   #  
                             
New Jersey 7.7   85.4   4.8 ! 1.3 ! #   #    
New Mexico 35.4   49.5         4.0 ! 3.9 !
New York 6.1   83.4   6.9   1.7 !   #   1.7 !
North Carolina 4.6 ! 74.2   17.5     #   #   3.4 !
North Dakota   95.2     #   #      
                             
Ohio 1.6 ! 92.3   4.3 ! 0.9 ! #      
Oklahoma 6.0 ! 75.9     #   #   10.4 ! 6.8  
Oregon 8.7 ! 84.5         #    
Pennsylvania 1.0 ! 95.6   2.4 !   #      
Rhode Island   87.2       #   #    
                             
South Carolina   78.6   11.9 !   #   #    
South Dakota   95.4   #   #   #      
Tennessee #   89.9   8.2   #   #   #    
Texas 30.4   55.3   9.0   1.4       2.9  
Utah 4.8 ! 88.8         #    
                             
Vermont   97.0   #     #   #   #  
Virginia 1.7 ! 79.4   15.2     #   #   3.1 !
Washington 5.3 ! 85.3     3.7 !     4.5 !
West Virginia   94.4       #      
Wisconsin   94.6     1.9 ! #   #    
Wyoming 3.3 ! 93.1   #     #   2.4 ! #  
# Rounds to zero.
! Interpret data with caution. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is between 30 percent and 50 percent (i.e., the standard error is at least 30 percent and less than 50 percent of the estimate).
‡ Reporting standards not met. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 50 percent or greater (i.e., the standard error is 50 percent or more of the estimate) or the response rate is below 50 percent.
1 Hispanic includes Latino.
NOTE: Teachers include both full-time and part-time teachers. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding and because some data are not shown.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), "Public School Teacher Data File," 2017–18.