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Percentage of public schools with a library media center, percentage with students attending across 12 months, percentage that offered any courses entirely online, and percentage that offered a foreign language immersion program, by state: 2017–18

          Percent of schools that offered
State Percent of schools with a library media center1   Percent of schools with students attending across 12 months   Any courses entirely online   A dual–language or foreign language immersion program2  
United States 90.1   3.0   21.0   14.7  
                 
Alabama 88.3     35.2   7.0 !
Alaska 86.0   3.0 ! 55.3   19.7  
Arizona 82.6     23.3   15.7  
Arkansas 98.9     37.4   10.0  
California 87.7   6.2   14.6   10.5  
                 
Colorado 91.5     23.0   15.1  
Connecticut 92.4     17.7   7.7 !
Delaware 85.7     25.1   26.8  
District of Columbia 75.9   9.8   6.4   30.1  
Florida 87.5   4.1 ! 21.9   21.0  
                 
Georgia 97.5     15.7   16.0  
Hawaii 86.2   8.7 ! 19.4   20.5  
Idaho 90.3     28.5   9.0 !
Illinois 89.6     13.6   15.1  
Indiana 97.3     19.0   8.8  
                 
Iowa 99.1   #   25.8   7.6  
Kansas 96.4     18.4   10.8  
Kentucky 85.5   4.4 ! 24.0   12.4  
Louisiana 90.3     24.5   25.4  
Maine 92.1     12.6   12.3  
                 
Maryland        
Massachusetts 90.2     17.1   15.0  
Michigan 85.3   3.5 ! 31.4   10.2  
Minnesota 74.7     20.2   9.7 !
Mississippi 88.0     15.5   8.8  
                 
Missouri 96.5   4.0 ! 25.4   14.8  
Montana 98.6     25.0   5.7 !
Nebraska 97.9   #   31.5   14.5  
Nevada 89.5   7.1 ! 34.3   5.8 !
New Hampshire 93.7   #   14.3   22.6  
                 
New Jersey 90.1   2.4 ! 9.6   19.3  
New Mexico 85.7     27.1   36.8  
New York 85.3   5.2   8.6   18.3  
North Carolina 93.9   4.8 ! 33.9   11.8  
North Dakota 93.9     39.1   14.4  
                 
Ohio 87.6   1.5 ! 25.5   9.8  
Oklahoma 93.7     25.7   8.6 !
Oregon 90.6   #   20.0   16.2  
Pennsylvania 91.2   2.9 ! 28.6   13.7  
Rhode Island 92.2   #   13.1   12.9  
                 
South Carolina 93.4     19.2   10.5  
South Dakota 84.4   #   35.6   7.4  
Tennessee 92.8     12.0   7.8 !
Texas 90.9   3.0   21.6   25.9  
Utah 92.9   3.8 ! 17.5   17.5  
                 
Vermont 96.9     15.5   17.4  
Virginia 89.7     20.4   15.9  
Washington 93.7   #   16.6   9.6  
West Virginia 81.1     28.2   15.0  
Wisconsin 98.7     31.6   10.0  
Wyoming 88.7     21.6   11.0  
# 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 A library media center is an organized collection of printed and/or audiovisual and/or computer resources which is administered as a unit, is located in a designated place or places, and makes resources and services available to students, teachers, and administrators. A library media center may be called a school library, media center, information center, instructional materials center, learning resource center, or any other similar name.
2 A dual–language or foreign language immersion is a program in which the goal of instruction is that students are proficient in two languages. It doesn't include English as a Second Language (ESL) programs or classes.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), "Preliminary Public School Principal Restricted-Use Data File," 2017–18.