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Among public schools with students enrolled in any of grades 9–12, percentage that offered dual or concurrent enrollment and how it was funded, by selected school characteristics: 2017–18

      Among schools that had dual enrollment,
how dual or concurrent enrollment was funded
Selected school characteristic Have dual or concurrent
enrollment1
  By the school,
district, or state
  By the family or
the student
  By some other
entity
 
   All public schools 82.0   77.6   42.0   9.7  
                 
School classification                
Traditional public 82.7   76.8   44.3   10.0  
Charter school 76.9   84.2   24.2   7.2  
                 
Community type                 
City 72.6   84.0   25.8   11.9  
Suburban  80.3   77.4   44.8   8.2  
Town  82.6   83.0   41.8   11.2  
Rural  89.9   71.8   50.0   8.7  
                 
School level                
Primary        
Middle        
High 86.3   78.5   41.0   9.7  
Combined 72.8   75.2   44.7   9.6  
                 
Student enrollment                
Less than 200 58.9   79.5   40.6   7.1  
200–499 87.1   74.8   41.5   10.2  
500–749 91.9   77.2   41.3   12.4  
750–999 90.5   80.8   45.4   6.3  
1,000 or more 94.1   78.5   43.0   10.6  
                 
Percent of K–12 students who were approved
for free or reduced‑price lunches
               
0–34 84.4   73.0   47.6   7.3  
35–49 92.9   75.1   50.9   10.1  
50–74 85.4   76.1   43.3   10.5  
75 or more 70.6   86.1   27.6   11.4  
                 
Region                
Northeast 79.3   60.6   57.5   17.5  
Midwest 85.2   79.1   40.7   5.1  
South 82.0   79.4   41.3   9.9  
West 80.0   83.5   35.4   10.2  
† Not applicable.
1 Dual or concurrent enrollment that offers both high school and college credit.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to 100 because schools could select more than one funding source.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), "Public School Data File," 2017–18.