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Among public schools with students enrolled in any of grades 9–12, percentage that offered various learning opportunities and types of classroom organization, by state: 2017–18

State Dual or concurrent enrollment1   Specialized career academy2   Career and technical education courses3   Alternative/other4   Block scheduling5  
United States 82.0   37.3   74.3   56.3   38.8  
                     
Alabama 80.6   55.8   73.0   57.3   33.3  
Alaska 81.1   28.8   73.3   58.0   37.7  
Arizona 79.3   39.7   57.3   50.3   42.0  
Arkansas 86.0   27.8   90.1   52.4   26.1  
California 73.9   37.4   73.3   45.0   43.2  
                     
Colorado 88.2   12.7 ! 66.0   67.4   39.4  
Connecticut 64.4   30.6   64.7   70.4   58.2  
Delaware 67.8   36.9   64.0   59.2   65.2  
District of Columbia 52.4   63.6   63.4   70.0   84.6  
Florida 77.2   38.9   65.7   32.8   46.1  
                     
Georgia 100.0   58.8   82.6   97.8   61.7  
Hawaii 84.5   37.8   60.0   47.2   51.6  
Idaho 90.3   30.8   87.8   62.3   25.0 !
Illinois 76.7   31.4   61.1   43.5   28.8  
Indiana 86.8   60.5   88.9   80.0   17.0 !
                     
Iowa 100.0   49.0   98.9   60.0   41.9  
Kansas 96.2   25.4   89.6   55.3   17.7  
Kentucky 75.9   41.2   89.5   57.9   25.7 !
Louisiana 91.7   44.0   78.0   48.7   44.6  
Maine 97.7   34.7 ! 77.9   81.5   64.1  
                     
Maryland          
Massachusetts 93.6   29.4   52.5   68.0   33.8  
Michigan 79.6   48.6   68.4   57.6   19.7  
Minnesota 75.6   29.0   64.2   68.5   23.2  
Mississippi 75.5   34.6   78.6   40.5   59.1  
                     
Missouri 80.9   41.5   76.9   57.0   28.2  
Montana 78.4   9.3 ! 91.8   48.1   7.4 !
Nebraska 92.4   26.6   88.5   43.8   7.5 !
Nevada 55.1   29.8   70.4   51.8   59.4  
New Hampshire 95.5   53.1   84.1   96.7   75.9  
                     
New Jersey 80.9   30.0   62.2   60.0   52.2  
New Mexico 93.5   10.6 ! 72.7   53.8   21.4 !
New York 71.9   27.7   58.4   49.4   27.4  
North Carolina 91.2   40.4   76.5   55.7   83.8  
North Dakota 97.2   22.9   100.0   52.8   20.0  
                     
Ohio 94.8   42.5   67.1   62.5   29.0  
Oklahoma 92.5   46.7   80.3   45.9   14.1  
Oregon 97.6   43.9   95.1   84.5   35.6  
Pennsylvania 81.7   38.2   70.3   49.5   39.4  
Rhode Island 92.0   86.3   75.1   65.0   44.9  
                     
South Carolina 88.2   46.1   87.3   73.4   66.5  
South Dakota 91.4   9.6   89.3   77.2   27.3  
Tennessee 76.3   36.6   81.9   46.7   60.7  
Texas 79.1   34.5   77.4   51.8   32.1  
Utah 65.3   31.3   90.2   57.4   60.5  
                     
Vermont 94.9   43.0   50.6   87.8   76.9  
Virginia 82.5   59.8   81.4   57.0   81.7  
Washington 93.7   40.4   87.8   63.6   34.2  
West Virginia 65.5   68.3   92.7   80.6   59.5  
Wisconsin 88.4   27.4   87.2   80.1   43.1  
Wyoming 85.4   20.6   78.6   66.2   44.9  
! 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 response rate is below 50 percent.
1 Dual or concurrent enrollment that offers both high school and college credit.
2 A specialized career academy is a program that offers a set of specialized curriculum organized around a specific career area, such as automotive, business, carpentry, communications, construction, cosmetology, culinary arts, education, electricity, engineering, health, hospitality, IT, manufacturing, plumbing, protective and legal services, repair, transportation, etc.
3 If courses are available to students but not part of a specialized career academy.
4 Work-based learning or internship outside of school, in which students earn course credits for supervised learning activities that occur in paid or unpaid workplace assignments.
5 Block scheduling is extended class periods scheduled to create blocks of instruction time.
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.