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272. Public School Employment

[In thousands (3,082 represents 3,082,000). Covers full-time employment. Excludes Hawaii. 1982 also excludes District of Columbia and New Jersey. 1982 based on sample survey of school districts with 250 or more students. Later years based on sample survey of school districts with 100 or more employees; see source for sampling variability]

 
1982 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996
OCCUPATION
Total Male Female White 1 Black 1 Total Male Female White 1 Black 1 Total Male Female White 1 Black 1 Total Male Female White 1 Black 1 Total Male Female White 1 Black 1 Total Male Female White 1 Black 1
 
     All occupations 3,082 1,063 2,019 2,498 432 3,173 951 2,222 2,510 467 3,181 914 2,267 2,502 463 3,376 948 2,428 2,643 494 3,518 967 2,551 2,749 506 3,718 1,013 2,705 2,915 506
Officials, administrators 41 31 10 36 3 44 29 15 37 5 43 28 15 37 4 44 27 17 37 5 45 27 18 38 5 47 27 19 39 5
Principals and assistant
  principals 90 72 19 76 11 90 61 29 73 13 90 56 34 70 13 93 56 37 74 14 97 55 42 75 15 101 55 45 79 15
Classroom teachers 2 1,680 534 1,146 1,435 186 1,751 492 1,258 1,473 202 1,746 468 1,278 1,469 192 1,862 487 1,375 1,565 202 1,948 500 1,448 1,637 205 2,051 522 1,529 1,735 198
  Elementary schools 798 129 669 667 98 862 121 741 710 107 875 128 747 722 103 930 123 807 770 108 947 119 828 783 105 1,024 137 887 854 101
  Secondary schools 706 363 343 619 67 682 323 359 589 70 662 304 358 570 66 693 312 381 598 67 753 327 425 645 73 755 324 431 651 69
Other professional staff 235 91 144 193 35 225 61 163 185 30 227 58 170 187 30 242 59 184 199 31 258 61 197 213 31 263 60 203 219 30
 
Teachers aides 3 215 14 200 146 45 293 21 272 196 61 324 54 270 208 69 351 58 293 223 76 371 62 309 235 80 365 38 327 238 78
Clerical, secretarial staff 210 4 206 177 19 239 36 203 186 29 226 5 221 181 24 236 6 231 187 27 240 6 234 186 28 258 6 252 200 29
Service workers 4 611 316 295 434 132 532 251 281 360 128 524 245 279 348 129 547 255 292 360 138 558 256 302 364 141 633 304 330 407 151



1 Excludes individuals of Hispanic origin.
2 Includes other classroom teachers, not shown separately.
3 Includes technicians. 4 Includes craftworkers and laborers.

Source: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Elementary-Secondary Staff Information (EEO-5), biennial.

http://www.eeoc.gov/



https://allcountries.org/uscensus/272_public_school_employment.html

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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