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1993-94 schools and staffing survey

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      • Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.Shipping list no.: 97-0681-M.October 1996.NCES 96-089.Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-137).Microfiche. [Washington, D.C.?] : Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., [1997] 2 microfiches : negative.

        StatementU.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Center for Education Statistics
        PublishersU.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Center for Education Statistics
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        LC Classifications1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 114 p. :
        Number of Pages54
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1
        2Technical/methodology report (National Center for Education Statistics)
        3Technical/methodology report

        nodata File Size: 10MB.


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Part 7, the School Survey, provides data from elementary and secondary schools on student characteristics, staffing patterns, student-teacher ratios, enrollment by grade, types of programs and services offered, length of school day and school year, graduation and college application rates, and teacher turnover rates. The National Center for Education Statistics NCES will do limited linked-file runs for individual users.

Readers are encouraged to consult the full text of relevant case law, statutes, and regulations. Author: Publisher: ISBN: Category: Education Page: View: 425 Contains information on a variety of subjects within the field of education statistics, including the number of schools and colleges, enrollments, teachers, graduates, 1993-94 schools and staffing survey attainment, finances, Federal funds for education, libraries, international education, and research and development.

This "baby boom echo"--the children of the baby boom generation who are now in school--places a serious demand on both public and private schools and on the resources of the community.

] Wikipedia Citation Please see for further citation fields that may be required. Michael Pavel Publisher: Department of Education Office of Educational ISBN: Category: Alaska Natives Page: 336 View: 820 This report summarizes findings of the 1993-94 Schools and Staffing Survey SASS with regard to schools that serve American Indian and Alaska Native students, and examines trends since 1990-91 when data were previously collected.

Schools and Staffing Survey Student Records Questionnaire [microform] : School Year 1993

1997, Schools and Staffing Survey Student Records Questionnaire [microform] : School Year 1993-94, with Special Emphasis on American Indian and Alaska Native Students. SASS Summary The Schools and Staffing Survey SASS is a system of related questionnaires that provide descriptive data on the context of elementary and secondary education and provide policymakers a variety of statistics on the condition of education in the United States. SLD Notes May also be available online.

The following pie chart illustrates the percentage distribution of students in 1993-94: A picture of the nation's private school enrollment emerges when comparing public and private school enrollment figures. Department of Education, the Office of Non-Public Education, and the world of private schools in the United States. Some programs and initiatives use the term "private school"; other programs and initiatives use the term "non-public school".

RJM Characteristics of Public Schools with a Focus on Middle Schools Author: Martha Naomi Alt Publisher: ISBN: Category: Electronic government information Page: 194 View: 696 Prompted by widely held concerns about middle schools' academic rigor and the effectiveness of activities designed to help early adolescents develop in non-academic realms, many middle 1993-94 schools and staffing survey educators have renewed efforts to develop curricula and instructional strategies that challenge students academically and expand their intellectual interests, to ensure that teachers receive appropriate training to meet student needs, and to create more nurturing and supportive environments.

Policymakers involved in arts and culture would find tables from the important to their work, including the following:• In all, 33 states will have rising enrollments, mostly in the Far West and Southwest; 17 states and the District of Columbia will experience a decrease in enrollment.

These two types of schools were typically small and located in rural areas and small towns. Department of Education programs that provide benefits to students attending private schools. The topics covered here include geographic and demographic characteristics, the number and racial composition of students and teachers, the number and qualification of new hires, hiring criteria, teacher demand, and district efforts to recruit and retain teachers, teacher compensation and incentives, programs and services provided by the district, district graduation requirements, and other student policies.

1 percent of the school-age population in the United States. The SASS provides data on the country's elementary and secondary teaching force, teacher supply and demand, teacher workplace conditions, school administrators, and school policies and practices.

Within each of these topic areas, school districts are compared across three demographic and two geographic characteristics in the hope that local educators and policymakers can use the information to compare the situation in their school districts with similar types of districts nationally. This report uses data from the Schools and Staffing Survey and the accompanying Teacher Follow-Up Survey to describe various aspects of middle schools, examine how they have changed over time, and compare middle schools with elementary and secondary schools.

Prior to that, in the years going back to the 1993-94 survey, the highest percentage of public school teachers who reported they had been physically attacked by a student was 4. The concluding section of the report explores 1993-94 schools and staffing survey for future research.