Public Schools with Access to the Internet, 1994-2005
Updated August 5, 2020 | Infoplease Staff
|School characteristic||Percent of schools with Internet access|
|Size of enrollment:||Size of enrollment:|
|Less than 300||39||39||57||75||87||96||96||100|
|300 to 999||35||52||66||78||89||94||98||99|
|1,000 or more||58||69||80||89||95||96||99||100|
|Percent minority enrollment:|
|Less than 6%||38||52||65||84||91||95||98||99|
|6% to 20%||38||58||72||87||93||97||100||100|
|21% to 49%||38||54||65||73||91||96||98||100|
|50% or more||27||40||56||63||82||92||96||100|
NOTES: (-) = not available. Excludes special education, vocational education, and alternative based on sample and subject to sampling error.
1. Data for combined schools are included in the totals and in analyses by other school characteristics but are not shown separately.
2. In this case, the estimate fell between 99.5% and 100% and therefore was rounded to 100%.
Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Internet Access in U.S. Public Schools and Classrooms: 1994-2005.
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