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Percentage of school principals who reported that teachers were required to help students with academic needs or social and emotional needs outside regular school hours, by school type, and selected school characteristics: 2017–18

School type and selected school characteristic Help students with academic needs   Help students with social and emotional needs  
  All schools 19.8   10.3  
         
All public schools 17.3   7.7  
         
School classification        
Traditional public 16.1   7.1  
Charter school 31.6   14.6  
         
Community type        
City 18.9   9.7  
Suburban 16.2   6.2  
Town 14.7   6.4  
Rural 18.3   8.0  
         
School level        
Primary 9.6   4.9  
Middle 25.6   9.0  
High 27.9   11.1  
Combined 26.9   14.2  
         
Student enrollment        
Less than 100 16.1   10.8  
100–199 17.3   7.3  
200–499 16.0   7.7  
500–749 14.9   6.5  
750–999 19.2   5.9  
1,000 or more 27.1   10.1  
         
Percent of K–12 students who were approved
for free or reduced‑price lunches
       
0–34 15.5   6.6  
35–49 16.5   7.2  
50–74 17.2   7.2  
75 or more 19.2   9.1  
         
All private schools 28.4   19.6  
         
School Classification        
Catholic 36.8   19.5  
Other religious 25.9   18.8  
Nonsectarian 24.2   20.9  
         
Community type        
City 31.8   21.2  
Suburban 30.8   19.6  
Town 21.2   16.0  
Rural 22.5   18.4  
         
School level        
Elementary 22.4   15.1  
Secondary 44.2   29.3  
Combined 31.4   22.9  
         
Student enrollment        
Less than 100 17.6   16.9  
100–199 31.6   18.7  
200–499 41.9   23.0  
500–749 56.2   32.3  
750 or more 45.6   27.2  
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), "Public School Principal and Private School Principal Data Files," 2017–18.