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Documentation to the NCES Common Core of

Data Public Elementary and Secondary Agency


Universe: 1987-88

Table of Contents

I. Introduction

II. Survey Summary

III. User’s Guide

A. State Codes and Abbreviations


B. Listing of Metropolitan Statistical Areas

Appendices
Appendix A-1 Record Layout
Appendix A-2 Data Element Description
Appendix B Glossary
Appendix C Nonresponse Tables
Appendix D Survey Form
DATA COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

United States Department of Education. National Center for


Education Statistics
COMMON CORE OF DATA: PUBLIC EDUCATION AGENCY UNIVERSE,
1987-1988

SUMMARY: This dataset contains records for each public elementary


and secondary education agency in the 50 states, District of
Columbia, and United States territories (American Samoa, Guam,
Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Marshall Islands), as
reported to the National Center for Education Statistics by the
state education agencies. Each record provides state and federal
identification numbers; agency's name, address, and telephone
number; county name and FIPS code; agency type code; student
counts; graduates and other completers counts; and other codes for
selected characteristics of the agency. Information on grade span
and on the number of schools, classroom teachers, and staff is also
included in most cases.

UNIVERSE: All public elementary and secondary education agencies in


the 50 states, District of Columbia, and United States territories
(American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the
Marshall Islands).

NOTE: The codebook and data collection instrument are provided as a


Portable Document Format (PDF) file. The PDF file format was
developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated and can be accessed using
PDF reader software, such as the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

EXTENT OF COLLECTION: 1 data file + machine-readable documentation


(PDF) + SAS data definition statements

DATA FORMAT: Logical Record Length with SAS data definition


statements

File Structure: rectangular


Cases: 17,068
Variables: 31
Record Length: 221
Records Per Case: 1
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c4nImn core of Dal3 Public mucaticmAgency u&rem3, 1987-89


cammlts for usersof Data lkpe

1. luqhone mmbers are not avdable for the follceng States:

colomdo, Mahe, Michigm, aA lbedna

2.l.hedatapxidedbyBYntaMdidnotwquat@snDEt?r-into
the two categtxiee. rwqueetd. llwefore,+hevaluelnthePK~l2
8tdeat wunt fieldfor l&n- includes thgmded rtuientn.
3.mecentCCcmeedcollec+tnggradespnofMeaqenqyand~
of Echmls OperatEd by the agency with ttda year’r e. klcmver, rince
these are oftenuseful infomaion aancadg schcd dietricta and other
agancie8,BimilardAta,a0 wellMMtAlclaasram+ea~,werederfved
file.
a. Forn~ofrthoolsardtotdlclassrocmfeachers,theQta
re;pesentethetotalnumkm of s&oolreazds aseociatedwithexhagen~
remrdaxithe mm of the classmmteachersreported foreach of those
echc.01 records. This is not nmsssarilythe tatalnmker of teachers
assignadtotheagency, sincenutallteachers araaasignadtoa school.
The follcmh~Statesdidnotreprt claseramtes&?rsmthe FubUc
SchaQUnive-seand therefore arexnLesingthatitmmthi.5file :
Mamachueettt3,
Xi&&an, Mirsireippi,
&de Iddnd, andWyuning
b. Thegradeupnvmderivedbyfimtaumingtheenrollmzntby
gradefor all e~hmls ass&at& witheachagency.5hen,tha lfxestgrade
ardNgheetg?detithanyetudentaxrnt~determined.
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FIPS USPS
State Code Abbreviation

Alabama 01
Alaska :
Arizona x: A2
Arkansas AR
California 8:
Colorado 08 Et
Connecticut 09 CT
Delaware 10 DE
District of Columbia 11 DC
Florida FL
;;$!;a z
15 iit
Idaho 16 ID
Illinois 17 IL
Indiana 18 IN
Iowa IA
Xansas :: KS
Kentucky 21 KY
Louisiana LA
Maine ME
Maryland MD
Massachusetts MA
Michigan MI
Minnesota MN
Mississippi MS
Missouri MO
Montana MT
Nebraska NE
Nevada NV
New Hampshire NH
New Jersey NJ
New Mexico NM
New York
North Carolina g
North Dakota ND
Ohio
Oklahoma @
Oregon OR
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
FIPS USPS
State Code Abbreviation

American Samoa AS
GUaHl GU
Northern Marianas CM
Puerto Rico PR
Virgin Islands VI
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Alphabetical Listing of Metropolitan Statistical Areas, October 1984, by Geographic


Code, Population, and Beginning Page Number
[MSA - Metropolitan statistical ama. CMSA - Consolidated MSA. PMSA = Primary MSA. Excluder Puerto Rico1
l-
MSAI 6eginnmg MSAI Beginning
CMSAI Metropolitan Statirtlul Population, CMSAI M~tropolitm Stniniul Powlatio”.
PaDa POOe
PMSA ArOll 1984 numbor PMSA Arm8 .19B4
code code

0040 Abikne. TX MSA . 123,107 302 1080 Boise Ci. ID MSA . 199.273 82
0080 Akron. OH PMSA 650.132 222 1120 Boston. MA PMSA . . .. 2.020.7DO (‘I
0120 Albany, GA MSA 116.664 62 1122 Boston-LwrencaSalam,
0160 Albanv-Sche”ecrrdY.Troy. MA-NH CMSA . . . . . 4.026.600 (‘I
NY MSA 642.931 202 1125 Boulder-Longmont, CO
PMSA . ... . . . 208.869 22
0200 Albuquerque. NM MSA 449.389 192 1140 Bredonto”. FL MSA . . . . 169,525 42
0220 Alexandna, LA MSA 136.912 122 1145 Brazoria. TX PMSA . . . 186,113 302
0240 Allentown-Bethlehem, PA- 1150 Bremerton. WA MSA . . 164.796 322
NJ MSA. . 646,692 262
0260 Altoo”& PA MSA 134,396 262 1160 Bridgeport-Milford. CT
PMSA ._ . . 441.500
0320 Amarrllo. TX MSA 190.251 302 1170 Bristol, CT PMSA . 75,300
0360 Anahslm-Santa Ana. CA 1200 Bmckton, MA PMSA . . 186.100
PMSA . . . 2.075.758 22 1240 Brownrvill&lariingen, TX
0360 Anchorage. AK MSA 226,663 2 MSA . . . . . . . . ., . 241.090 302
0400 Anderson. IN MSA 134.117 82 1260 Bryan-Collegr Station, TX
0405 Anderson. SC MSA 136,539 262 MSA . . . . . . . . . . 117,355 302

0440 Ann Arbor, Ml PMSA 261.377 142


0450 Anmston. AL MSA 125.736 2
1280 Buffalo. NY PMSA . 986.306 202
0460 Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah, 1262 Buffalo-Niagsra Falls. NY
WI MSA 299.444 342 CMSA .. .. .. .. 1.204.797 202
0460 Ashewlle. NC MSA 165.666 222 1300 Burlington. NC MSA .. .. 102.183 222
1305 Burlington. VT MSA . 121,DDD (‘1
0500 Athena. GA MSA 136,596 62
0520 Atlanta, GA MSA .... 2.360.037 62 1320 Canto”, OH MSA . . . . . . 404.215 222
0560 Atlrntx CitY, NJ MSA . 290.433 162 1350 Calper. WY MSA . . . . . . 74.990 342
0600 Augusta. GA-SC MSA .. 368,339 62 1360 Cedar Rapid& IA MSA . 169,536 102
0620 Aurora-Elgin. IL PMSA . . 331,046 B2 1400 Champaign-Urbana-~ntoul.
ILMSA . . . . . . . . . ;... 170.264
0640 Austin, TX MSA. 645,442 302
1440 Charleston. SC MSA . . . . 472.521 2x:
0660 Bakersheld. CA MSA 462,371 22
0720 Baltimore. MD MSA . 2.244.677 122
0730 Bangor, ME MSA .. 63.900 I’1 1480 Charleston. WV MSA . 266.976 342
0760 Baton Rouge, LA MSA . . . 537,972 122 1520 Chrrlotte-Ganonia-Rock
Hill. NC-SC MSA . . . . 1,031.370 222
0760 Battle Creak. Ml MSA . 137.790 142 1540 Charlottesville. VA MSA . . 118.202 322
0640 Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX 1560 Chattanooga, TN-GA MSA 422.501 62
MSA . . . . . . . . . . 391.977 302 1600 Chicago. IL PMSA . . . . . . 6.128.282 82
0645 Beaver Countv. PA PMSA 199,161 262
0660 Bellinghsm. WA MSA . 111.833 322 1602 Chicago-Gat-v-Lake County,
0670 Benton Harbor. Ml MSA 163,029 142 IL-IN-WI CMSA . . . . . . 6.034.953 82
1620 Chico, CA MSA . . . . . . . . 158.530 22
0675 Bergen-Psssa~c. NJ PMSA . 1.299.513 202
1640 C;ininn, OH-KY-IN
0680 Billings, MT MSA 118,741 192
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.400.070 222
0920 Biloxi-Gulfport. MS MSA 197.391 162
1642 Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-
0960 Binghamton. NY MSA 264.116 202
KY-IN CMSA . 1.673.536 222
1000 Birmmgham. AL MSA 695.222 2
1680 Clarksvill~Hopkinsville+
TN-KY MSA . .. 152.599 282
1010 Bismsrck. ND MSA 86.071 222
1020 Bloommgton. IN MSA 100,656 82 1680 Clevsland. OH PMSA . 1 .B66,974 222
1040 Bloommgton-Normal. 1692 Cleveland-Akrorrlontn.
IL MSA 122.794 62 OH CMSA . . . . . . .. 2.788.396 222

‘For New England MSA’s, CMSA’r. snd PMSA’r. see Appendix 3. Data presented in tablar A and B for New England are New England county
metropolitan aroas (NECMA’sI. For an alphabeteal listing of NECMA’r. by gwraphic code. population. and begmnmg pa00 number. sea p. IX.

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Alphabetical Listing of Metropolitan Statistical Areas, October 1984, by Geographic


Code, Population, and Beginning Page Number-Continued
IMSA = Metropolitan statlstlcal area. CMSA = Consolidated MSA. PMSA = Rimarv MSA. Excfudes Puerto Rico1

MSAl Begmnmg MSA/ Bspinnmg


CMSAI Mstrowlnan Statlstlcal Pop”l~tlon, CMSAI Metmpolitrn Statiniul Popuwon.
PO90 Page
PMSA Are*S 1964 number PMSA Are81 1964 numtir
code code

1720 Colorado Springs.. CO 2720 Fort Smim, AR-OK MSA . 170.050 2


MSA 349.051 22 2750 Fort W&ton 6e&t. FL
1740 Columbia. MO MSA . 106.076 162 MSA . . . . . . . . 127.523 42
1760 Col”mbi&SC MSA . 433.217 282 2760 Fon Wwm. IN MSA ... 346.407 62
1800 Columbus. GA-AL MSA 244.475 62 2600 Fort Worth-Arlington, TX
1940 Columbus. OH MSA . 1.279.016 242 PMSA . . . .. 1.144.366 302
1880 Corpus Christi, TX MSA 361.312 302 2840 Fresno. CA MSA . . . . . . 564.915 22
1900 Cumberiand. MO-WV MSA 104.518 122 2880 Gadrden. AL MSA . . . . 103.697 2
1920 Oalles. TX PMSA 2.203.664 302 2900 Gainesville. FL MSA .. 189.786 42
2920 Galveston-Texu ‘Z&Y, TX
1922 Dallas-Fort Worth. TX PMSA ... . .... 302
215.366
CMSA 3.346.030 302 2960 Gary-Hammond. IN
1930 DanburY, CT PMSA 160.3DO (1) PMSA . . . . . . . . . . 629.608 62
1950 Dsnv~lle. VA MSA 111.202 322
1960 Davenpon-Rock Islmd- 2975 Glens F~llr. NY MSA . 111,557 202
Molms. IA-IL MSA 360.917 102 2985 Grand Forks. ND MSA . 69.013 222
2000 DaYton-Springfield. OH 3000 Grand Rapids. Ml MSA . . 626,376 142
MSA 930,096 242 3040 Gren Falls. MT MSA . . . 61.615 162
3060 Greelev. CO MSA . . 131,742 22
2020 Davtons Beach. FL MSA 300.342 42
2040 Decatur. IL MSA. 128.597
3060 Green Bav, WI MSA . 161.287 342
2080 Denver. CO PMSA 1.502.547 ff
3120 Greensboro-Winston-
2082 Denver-Boulder. CO
Salem-High Point, NC
CMSA 1.791.416 22
MSA . . . . . . . . . 866,066 222
2120 Des Mo~nes. IA MSA 377.060 102
3160 GreenvillbSp~n~nburg. SC
2160 Detroit. MI PMSA 4.315,761 142 MSA . . . . . . . 592.893 282
2162 Detrort-Ann Arbor. MI 3160 Hagemtown. MD MSA 111.963 122
CMSA 4.577.128 142 3200 H;;y-Middlstown, OH
2160 Dothsn. AL MSA 124.120 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265.458 222
2200 Dubuaua. IA MSA 91.737 102
2240 Duluth, MN-WI MSA. 253.782 142 3240 Harrisburg-Lebanon-
Carlisle, PA MSA . 570,245 262
2290 Ea” Claire. WI MSA 136.046 342 3280 Hartford. CT PMSA .. . 729,400 (1)
2320 El Paso. TX MSA 526.465 302 3282 Hartford-New Britsin-
2330 Elkhan-Goshsn. IN MSA 142.205 82 Middletown. CT CMSA . . 1.030.4w I’)
2335 Elmira. NY MSA 93,473 202 3290 Hickory. NC MSA . . 212.145 222
3320 Honolulu. HI MSA . . . 605.266 62
2340 Enid. OK MSA 65.406 242
2360 Ens. PA MSA 262.124 262 3350 Houma-Thibodrux. LA
2400 Eugene-Springfield. OR MSA . . . . . . 190.397 122
MSA 266.397 242 3360 Houston, TX PMSA . . 3.164.177 302
24.40 Evansville. IN-KY MSA 261,326 82 3362 Houston-Galveston.
2480 Fall River, MA-RI PMSA 156.600 I’) Braron& TX CMSA . 3.565.656 302
3400 Huntington-Ashland,
2520 Fargo-Moorhead. ND-MN
WV-KY-OH MSA ... 334.026 342
MSA . 143.316 222
2560 Favetteville. NC MSA
3440 Huntsville, AL MSA ... 210.020 2
251,345 222
2580 Favensvtlle-Spnngdala.
AR MSA . . 104.056 2 3480 Indianawlii. IN MSA ... 1.194.647 102
2600 Fitchburg-Leommstrr, MA 3500 Iowa Cii. IA MSA . .. 64,894 102
MSA 95.500 I’) 3520 Jackson. Ml MSA. 145.314 142
2640 Flint. MI MSA. 434,148 142 3560 Jackson. MS MSA . . 302.370 162
2650 Florence. AL MSA
3600 J&xsonvilla, FL MSA .. 795.323 42
135.881 2
2655 Florence. SC MSA 114.016 282
2670 Fort Collms-Loveland. CO 3605 Jacksonvilk, NC MSA 116.605 222
MSA 165.746 22 3620 Jsnervllle-Beloit, WI MSA 136.652 342
2680 Fon Lauderdale-Hollvwood- 3640 Jersey Citv. NJ PMSA . 559.686 202
Pompano Besch. FL 3660 Johnson City-Kingrport-
PMSA 1.093.340 42 Bristol. TN-VA MSA . . . 441.900 262
2700 Fort Mvers-Cape Coral. FL 3680 Johnstown, PA MSA 258,988 262
MSA ; 252.887 42

2710 FOR Pierce. FL MSA 190.241 42 3690 Joliet. IL PMSA 363.642 62


‘For New England MSA’s. CMSA’s. and PMSA’s. see appendix 3. Data presented in tables A and 6 for New England are New England county
mstropol~tsn areas INECMA’sl. For an Illphlbetlcal listing of NECMA’s bv geographic code, population. rnd begmning page number, tee p. IX. .

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Alphabetical Listing of Metropolitan Statistical Areas, October 1984, by Geographic
Code, Population, and Beginning Page Number-Continued
IMSA I Mstro~liirn rtnistical area. CMSA I Consolidated MSA. PMSA - Primwv MSA. Excluder Puerto Rico1

MSLV
T-
Beginning MSAI 6eginning
CMSN Metropolit*n Statistic& Populnion.
I POW
CMSAI Metropolitrn Sutistiul ‘opul~tion.
PaLIe
PMSA ArOn 1994 PMSA Arem 1904 number
code code

3710 Joplin. MO MSA. . 131.896 162 4920 Memphis. TN-AR-MS


3720 K~i~muoo, MI MSA . . 215.237 142 MSA . . .. . . 934.568 292
3740 Kankrkm. IL MSA . . 100,146 82
3760 Kanrrs Citv, MO-KS MSA. 1.476.715 162 4992 Miami-FoR Lwderdale, FL
3800 Kenoshr. WI PMSA . 121.377 82 CMSA . . . . 2.799.323 42
3810 Killeon-Temple. TX MSA . 225.679 302 5000 Miwnt-Hialerh. FL PMSA 1 s705.983 42
5015 Middlesax-Somsnet-
3840 Knoxville. TN MSA . . . . . . 589.409 292 Hunterdon. NJ PMSA . . . 921,049 202
3850 Kokomo. IN MSA . . . . . 101.026 102 5020 Middletown. CT PMSA . 92.600
3870 La Crosu. WI MSA .. 93,127 342 6040 Midland. TX MSA. . . . . 113.585 3::
3880 Laf~vette. LA MSA. ... 215.922 122 5080 Mi)woukw. WI PMSA . . . 1.393.833 342
3920 Lefrvme-West ~fwwtte. 5082 M~~~AkeeRacine, WI
IN MSA . . . . . . . . 123.072 102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.567.647 342
3960 bke Chwler, LA MSA . . . 174,961 122 5120 Minm~polir-St. Paul, MN-
3965 Lake Count-v, IL PMSA .. 460.798 a2 WI MSA .. ... 2.230.893 162
3990 ~keland-Winter Hwen. 6160 Mobile, AL MSA . . . 465,677
FL MSA . . . . . . 354,572 42 6170 Modesto, CA MSA . . . . 295.700 23

4000 Lancmster. PA MSA .. 391,346 262 6190 Monmouth-O-an, NJ


4040 Lanrmg-East Lsnrrng, Ml PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . 900,550 202
MSA . . 416.247 142 52W Monroe. LA MSA . . . 142.652 122
4080 Lwedo. TX MSA . . . . 118.171 302 5240 Montgomerv. AL MSA . 204.786 2
4100 bs Cruces. NM MSA . 112.184 182 5280 Muncie, IN MSA. . . . 123.677 102
4120 Las Vegas. NV MSA . . . . 536.473 182 5320 Muskegon, Ml MSA .. . 155,688 142

5345 Naples, FL MSA . . . . . . 110.798 62


4150 Lawrence. KS MSA . 69,755 102
5350 Narhur, NH PMSA . . 153.300
4160 Lawrencaliwerhill, MA-
5360 Nashville. TN MSA . . . . . 890.334 2::
NH PMSA . . 356.900
5390 Nassau-Suffolk. NY PMSA 2.653.389 202
4200 Lawton. OK MSA . . 119,416 2:;
54w New Bedford. MA MSA . 167.700 1’1
4240 Lewiston-Auburn, ME
MSA 94.800 I’) 5440 New Britain, CT PMSA . . 143.100 (‘1
4280 Lexington-Favens, KY 546a New Haven-Meriden. CT
MSA . . . 327,169 102 MSA . . . . . . . 506,000 1’1
5520 New London-Norwich,
4320 Lima. OH MSA . 162,191 242 CT-RI MSA.. . 267.000 1’1
4360 Lincoln, NE MSA . 203.021 182 5560 New Orleanr, LA MSA 1.318.759 122
.uOO Little Rock-Nonh Linls 56W New York, NY PMSA . 8.376.865 202
Rock. AU MSA . .. 492,725 2
4420 Longwow-Marsh& TX 5602 New York-Northern New
MSA . . .. 168.407 302 Jersey-Long Island.
4440 Lorun-Elvna, OH PMSA 271.290 222 NY-NJ-CT CMSA 17.677.042 202.
564C Newark. NJ PMSA 1.075.318 202
4472 Los Angeles-Anrhsim- 57oc Niegsrr Falls. NY PMSA . 219.491 202
Riverside. CA CMSA. . . 12.372.586 22 572C Norfolk-Virginia Beach-
4480 Los An~eler-Long Beach. Newpwt NOWI. VA
CA PMSA .. .. 7.901.220 22 MSA . . 1.261.174 322
4520 Louisville, KY-IN MSA. . . 962,563 122 576C Nomrlk. CT PMSA . 127.600 1’1
4560 Lowell. MA-NH PMSA . . 250,400 I’)
4600 Lubbock. TX MSA ... .. 218.861 302 6771 Oaklmd, CA PMSA . . . 1,871.410 22
579c Oc&. FL MSA.. . . 155.581
4640 Lynchburg. VA MSA. . . . . 142,652 322 58Oc Oders8. TX MSA . . . . . . 144.477 3::
4680 Macon-Wwner Robins, GA 588C Oklrhonu City. OK MSA 962,552 242
MSA . . . . . 277.901 591c Olvmpi& WA MSA . . . . 138,343 322
4720 Madison, WI MSA . 332.973 3:;
692C Omaha. NE-IA MSA . . . 607,386 182
4760 Manchester, NH MSA 136.400 (‘I
595c Orrnge Countv, NY PMSA 273.646 202
48Oa Msnrfield. OH MSA 129.109 242
596C Orlrndo. FL MSA . . . . . 024.127 62
599c Owerwboro. KY MSA . . 98,269 122
4880 McAllm-Edinburg-Mission.
6OOC Oxnard-Vanturr. CA PMSA 584.731 22
TX MSA. 337.118 302
4890 Medford, OR MSA 136,086 242 601! Panama City. FL MSA. 108.509 62
49w Melbourne-Titu~v~llaPIlm 602C Pwkerrburg-Mwienr. WV-
Bay. FL MSA . . 329.497 42 OH MSA .. . .. . 157.857 342

‘for New England MSA’r. CMSA’r, and PMSA’& see appendix 3. Osta presented in tables A and 8 for New England lra New England count-v
m*tr0p0lltan ereas (NECMA’sl. For rn slphrbetlcrl listing of NECMA’r bv geogrrphic Code. populrtion. ld beginning p&t@ numbw, SW p. IX.

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Alphabetical Listing of Metropolitan Statistical Areas, October 1984, by Geographic


Code, Population, and Beginning Page Number- Continued
[MSA = Metropolitan stattstlcal area. CMSA - Consolidated MSA. PMSA I Primary MSA. Excluder Puerto Rico]

MSA/ leginning MSAl 3eginnrng


CMSAI Metropolitan Strtlstical Populrtlon.
Paw
EMSAl Metropolitan Statistical ‘opulation.
Pa90
PMSA Areas 1984 number PMSA Areas 1984 wnber
code code

6025 ‘arcsgoula. MS MSA 123.556 162 7200 ;an Angil~. TX MSA . 95.938 302
6060 ‘.wt”ck.t-WoonaockE1. 7240 San Antonio, TX MSA 1.186.544 302
ARIeborO, RI-MA PMSA 312,100 I’) 7320 San Diego. CA MSA .. . 2.063.902
6080 ‘enracole, FL MSA 318.669 62 7360 5m Francrsco. CA PMSA 1.541.862 ff
7362 5an Franceco-Oak&&
6120 ‘eoria. IL MSA 355,894 San Jose. CA CMSA 5.684.572 22
6160 ‘hiladelphia. PA-NJ PMSA 4.768.360 2:;
6162 ‘hiladelphia-Wilmington- 7400 San Josr. CA PMSA. . l-371.522 22
Trenton. PA-NJ-DE-MD 7480 Santa Barbara-Santa
CMSA 5.755.342 262 Marie-Lompoc. CA MSA 322.781 22
6200 ‘hosmx, AZ MSA 1.714.809 7405 E.anu Cru. CA PMSA 205,816 22
6240 ‘ine Bluff. AR MSA 90,581 :
7490 Santa Fe, NM MSA . . 100.482 182
6260 ‘ittsburgh. PA PMSA 2.172.794 262 7500 Santa Rosa-Petaluma. CA
6262 ‘ittsburgh-Beaver Valley. PMSA . . . , 328,319 22
PA CMSA 2,371,955 262 7510 Sarasota. FL MSA 237.588
6320 ‘ittsfisld. MA MSA 61.700 7520 Savannah. GA MSA 232,935 xi
‘onland. ME MSA 201,?00 I:; 7560 Scranton-Wilkes-9ane.
6400
PA MSA.. . . . . . 726.755 262
6440 ‘onland. OR PMSA 1.136.501 242
6442 ‘ortland-Vancouver, OR- 7600 Semttfa. WA PMSA . . 1.692.035 -342
WA CMSA . 1.340.940 242 7602 SertdaTw.oma. WA
6450 ~onsmouth-Dover- CMSA . .. . 2.207.843 342
Rochester. NH-ME MSA 206.500 (‘) 7610 Sharon. PA MSA . 127.141 282
6460 ‘oughksepsle. NY MSA 253,100 202 7620 SheboYgan. WI MSA . 102,115 342
6460 ‘rowdsncs, RI PMSA 626.400 (‘I 7640 Sherman-Denison. TX
MSA . . .. . .. 94.699 302
6482 )rbvidsncb-Pawrucket-Fell
River. RI-MA CMSA 1.095.000 (‘) 7680 Shrsvewn. IA MSA 360.862 122
6520 %vo-Orem. UT MSA 240,590 322 7720 Sioux CitY. IA-NE MSA 118.240 102
6560 ‘ueblo. CO MSA . 124,850 22 7760 Sioux Falls, SD MSA 118,145 282
6600 Sacme. WI PMSA 173,814 342 79Oc South Bend-Mishawakr.
6640 Salergh-Durham. NC MSA 609.295 222 IN MSA . .. . . 239.760 102
7840 Spokane. WA MSA . . . 352.852 342
6660 Seadmg. PA MSA 317,194 262
6690 Seddmg, CA MSA 126,495 22 788C Springfield. IL MSA . 180,146 82
6720 Seno, NV MSA . 211.528 182 792c Springfield, MO MSA . . 217.218 162
6740 Sichlsnd-Ksnnewck-Psrco. BOOC Springfield. MA MSA . .. 515,x% I’)
WA MSA 149.139 342 804C Stamford. CT PMSA . 196.9W
6760 Richmond-Petersburg, VA 805C State College. PA MSA .. 114,481 2:;
MSA 796,069 322
808C StsubenvillaWeirton.
6780 Riverwde-San Bernardino. OH-WV MSA ... . . 157,578 242
CA PMSA 1.810.077 22 812C Stockton, CA MSA 398.63C 2:
6800 Roanoke, VA MSA . 222,651 322 816C Syracuse. NY MSA .. 650.473 20;
6620 Rochester. MN MSA 96,247 162 820C Tacoma, WA PMSA 515.808 34:
6640 Rochester. NY MSA 969.021 20: 824C Tallshrssss. FL MSA . 207.635 6:
6880 Rockford. IL MSA.. . 278.802 8i
828C Tampa-St. Petersburg-
6920 Sacramento. CA MSA. 1 e219.603 2i Clewwater. FL MSA 1.810.925 6:
6960 Sagmaw-EaY City-Midland, 832C Terre Hsute. IN MSA . 134,491 10:
MIMSA . . . . . . . . . . . 411.660 14; 836C Taxwkma, TX-
6980 St. Cloud. MN MSA 171,314 16: Taxerkana, AR MSA . . 119.4% 30.
7000 St. Joseph. MO MSA 66,392 16; 840( Toledo. OH MSA . . . . . 610.824 24
7040 St. Louts. MO-IL MSA. 2.396.392 16: 844( Topeka. KS MSA . . 159.OOS 10

7080 Salem. OR MSA 255.211 24: 848( Trenton. NJ PMSA 313.64: 26


7090 Salem-Gloucester. MA 852( Tucson, A2 MSA 594.82!
PMSA 259.100 (’ 856( Tulsa. OK MSA 725.56: 24
7120 Sallnas-SeasIde-Monterey. 86Ol Tuscaloosa. AL MSA 138.8%
CA MSA 319.223 2: 864( Tyler. TX MSA .. . 144.61’ 30
7160 Salt Lake City-Ogden. UT
t,fSA 1 eO25.288 32: 868( Utica-Rome, NY MSA 32 1.421 2c

‘For New England MSA’r. CMSA’s. and PMSA’s. see Ipwndix 3. Data presented in tables A and E for New England am New England count
metropolitan amas (NECMA’rl. For an alphabetlce.I listlng of NECMA’r by geographic coda, population. and bsgmning page number, sea p. IX

VIII
'i

i ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Alphabetical Listing of Metropolitan Statistical Areas, October 1984, by Geographic


Code, Population, and Beginning Page Number-Continued
IMSA = Mstropoktrn statistical ama. CMSA - Consolidated MSA. PMSA I Primary MSA. Excludes Puwto Rico1
-I-
YtiG- 3egmnmg MSAI Beglnnlng
CMSAI Mstropolltan Stetstlul Popul~tlon. CMSAI Metropo km Strtmtiul
Page Pega
PMSA Areas 1964 number PMSA Ann number
code code

8720 Vsllsjo-Fairfield-Napl. CA 8960 West Palm Beach-Boa


PMSA 367.643 22 Raton-Delray Beach. FL
0725 Vancouver. WA PMSA 204.439 242 MSA . . . . 692.217 62
8750 Victonr. TX MSA . 74.495 30.2
Vineland-Millviile-Bridgeton. 9000 Wheeling. WV-OH
8760
NJ PMSA . 133,459 262 MSA . . . 183.173 342
9040 Wichii, KS MSA . . 428.609 102
9060 Wichita Falls. TX MSA . 126.175 302
8780 Vis~lla-Tularc-Ponarvlllc. 9140 Williamsport. PA MSA 117,131 262
CA MSA 272.430 22 9160 Wilmington. DE-NJ-MO
BBOO Waco. TX MSA 162.115 302 PMSA .. .. 539,652 262
6840 Wsshmgton. DC-MD-VA 9200 Wilmington, NC MSA . 110.430 222
MSA 3.429.613 42 9240 Worcester, MA MSA 404.700 I’)
8880 Waterbury. CT MSA 206.200 (0 9260 Yakima. WA MSA . . . 179,479 342
8920 Waterloo-Cedar Falls. IA
MSA 161,919 102 9260 York, PA MSA 391,439 262
9320 Youngstown-Warren. OH
MSA . ... .. . 518.063 242
0940 Wausa”. WI MSA. 112.666 342 9340 Yuba Cw, CA MSA 109.574 22

‘For New England MSA’s. CMSA’s. and PMSA’s. see appendix 3. Dsta presented in tables A and B for New England are New England county
mctropoktan amas INECMA’rl. For an alphabetical listing of NECMA’s by geographic code. population, and beginnmg page number. see below.

Alphabetical Listing of New England County Metropolitan Areas, October 1984,


by Geographic Code, Population, and Beginning Page Number

Begmning BeginnIng
NECMA New England County NECMA New England County Population.
PaBe Page
code Metropolitan Areas cods Metropolitan Areas I 1964 number

0733 Bangor. ME 136.429 122 5523 Nsw London-Norwich, CT. 244,641 42


1123 Boston-Lawrence-Salem-
Lowell-Brockton, MA 3.695.366 142 6323 Pittsfield. MA 142.426 142
1163 BrIdgeport-Stamford- 6403 Portland. ME 223,246 122
Norwalk-Danbury. CT . 916,127 202
1303 Burlington, VT . 126,217 322 6453 Portsmouth-Dover-
3283 Hsmord-New Britain- Rochester, NH 300.025 182
Middletown-Bristol. 6463 Providence-Pawtucket-
CT................. 1.069.164 42 Woonsixkrt. RI .. 976.203 262
4243 Lawston-Auburn, ME 100.007 122
4763 Manchester-Nashua, NH 295.157 182 6003 Springfield. MA (Holy-
5403 New Bedford-fall River- okc. Northampton.
Attleboro. MA 477,900 142 Westfield) . 503.936 142
5483 New Haven-Waterbury- 9243 Worcester-Fitchburg
Menden. CT. 769,604 42 Lsormnster. MA 654.019 142

IX
CCD AGENCY LAYOUT 1987 - 1988
LRECL=221

RECORD LAYOUT OF THE FILE

Name Type Position Length Description


--------- ---- -------- ------ ----------------------------------------
LEAID AN 001-007 7 7-DIGIT ID CODE (2-FIPS,5-AGENCY)
+FIPS AN 001-002 2 FIPS STATE CODE FOR LOCATION OF AGENCY
STID87 AN 008-021 14 STATE AGENCY ID
NAME87 AN 022-051 30 NAME OF LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY
STREET87 AN 052-076 25 MAILING ADDRESS
CITY87 AN 077-094 18 CITY NAME OF MAILING ADDRESS
ST87 AN 095-096 2 USPS STATE ABBREVIATION
ZIP87 AN 097-101 5 5-DIGIT ZIP CODE
ZIP487 AN 102-105 4 ZIP+4 IF ASSIGNED
PHONE87 AN 106-115 10 TELEPHONE NUMBER (3-area code,7-exchange)
TYPE87 AN 116-116 1 TYPE OF AGENCY CODE
UNION87 AN 117-119 3 SUPERVISORY UNION NUMBER
CONUM87 AN 120-124 5 FIPS COUNTY NUMBER (FIPS+COUNTY)
CONAME87 AN 125-149 25 COUNTY NAME
CMSA87 AN 150-155 6 CMSA/PMSA/MSA CODE
MSC87 AN 156-156 1 METRO STATUS CODE
GRSPAN87 AN 157-160 4 GRADE SPAN OF AGENCY (SCHOOL UNIV)
+GSLO87 AN 157-158 2 LOW GRADE SPAN (SCHOOL UNIV)
+GSHI87 AN 159-160 2 HIGH GRADE SPAN (SCHOOL UNIV)
SCH87 N 161-165 5 NUMBER OF SCHOOLS (SCHOOL UNIV)
TEACH87 N 166-171 6 NUMBER OF TEACHERS
UG87 N 172-177 6 COUNT OF UNGRADED STUDENTS
PK1287 N 178-183 6 COUNT OF PK-12 STUDENTS
MEMBER87 N 184-190 7 COUNT OF TOTAL STUDENTS
SPECED87 N 191-196 6 COUNT OF SPECIAL ED STUDENTS
REGDIP87 N 197-202 6 REGULAR DIPLOMA STUDENTS
OTHDIP87 N 203-208 6 OTHER DIPLOMA STUDENTS
C0687 N 209-214 6 H.S. EQUIVALENT STUDENTS
OTHCOM87 N 215-220 6 OTHER H.S. COMPLETERS
NEWREC AN 221-221 1 NEW ID FLAG
Data Element Description 1987-88
Some of the data in this section may differ from Record Layout in the
previous section of this appendix--this section is only to be used as a
description of the data

Variable Description
Name
LEAID Unique NCES-assigned ID for each agency in the file.
NOTE: Position # 001-002 is also the FIPS state number, and
position # 003-007 is the unique number for each agency within a
state.
FIPS Federal Information Processing Standards. A list of the FIPS
codes is attached.(The Common Core of Data Public Education
Agency and School Universe used the “old” FIPS codes for the
outlying areas prior to the 1991-92 survey year.)

STID87 State's own ID for the education agency.


NAME87 Name of the education agency.
STREET87 Mailing address of the agency -- may be a street address, a Post
Office box number, or, if there is no address beyond CITY, STATE,
and ZIP, the character "N".
CITY87 Name of the mailing address city.
ST87 Two-letter U.S. Postal Service abbreviation for the state where
the mailing address is located.
ZIP87 Five-digit U.S. Postal Service ZIP code for the mailing address.
ZIP487 Four-digit ZIP+4, if assigned; if none, field is blank.
PHONE87 Telephone number of education agency.
NOTE: Position # 106-108 is the area code, and position # 109-115
is the exchange and number.
TYPE87 NCES code for type of agency :
1 = The agency is an independent local school district

2 = The agency is a local school district component of a


supervisory union and shares a superintendent and administrative
services with other school districts.

3 = The agency is a supervisory union administrative center or a


county superintendent serving the same purpose.

4 = The agency is a regional education service agency, or a


county superintendent serving the same purpose.

5 = The agency is a state-operated institution charged, at least


in part, with providing elementary and/or secondary instruction
or services to special needs populations.

6 = The agency is a federally-operated institution charged, at


least in part, with providing elementary and/or secondary
instruction or services to a special need population.

7 = Other education agencies that do not fit into the first six
categories.
UNION87 For supervisory union administrative centers and component
agencies, this is a number assigned by the state to the union.
Additionally, if the agency is a county superintendent, this is
the FIPS county number.
CONUM87 FIPS county number.
NOTE: Position #120-121 is the FIPS state number, and position
#122-124 is the FIPS number for county within state.
CONAME87 Name of county.

CMSA87 Unique numeric code assigned by U.S. Office of Management and


Budget which identifies a geographic area consisting of a large
population nucleus and social integration with that nucleus. If
the agency is not located within one of these areas, the field
will contain “000000”.

CMSA = Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area


PMSA = Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area
MSA = Metropolitan Statistical Area
MSC87 NCES classification of the agency's service area relative to a
Metropolitan Statistical Area.

1 = Primarily serves a central city of an MSA


2 = Serves an MSA but not primarily its central city
3 = Does not serve an MSA
GRSPAN87 NCES code for the span of grades which the agency is authorized
to serve under its charter of incorporation issued by the Sate.
The following codes may be used :
PK = Prekindergarten
KG = Kindergarten
01-12 = First through twelfth grade
UG = Ungraded
SP = Special education programs

00 = Used for agencies instructing nonresident students only or


supervisory union administrative / operational centers

UG, SP, and 00 each occurs only in isolation from other codes.
When one of these does occur, it is considered to be both the
lowest and the highest grade.
GSLO87 NCES code for lowest grade with student counts reported, for all
schools associated with this agency on the CCD Public School
Universe for this school year.
GSHI87 NCES code for highest grade with student counts reported, for all
schools associated with this agency on the CCD Public School
Universe for this school year.
SCH87 Aggregate number of schools associated with this agency on the
CCD Public School file.

TEACH87 Aggregate number of classroom teachers reported for schools


associated with this agency on the CCD Public School file. This
is NOT necessarily the total number of teachers assigned to this
agency.

UG87 Total students in classes or programs without standard grade


designations.

PK1287 Total students in classes from prekindergarten through 12th grade


that are part of the public school program. Excludes Headstart
participants.

MEMBER87 Computed sum of UNGRADED and PK through 12

SPECED87 Count of all students having a written Individual Education


Program (IEP) under P.L. 94-142.

REGDIP87 Count of individuals who received a regular diploma during the


previous school year and subsequent summer school.

OTHDIP87 Count of individuals who received a diploma from other than the
regular school program during the previous school year and
subsequent summer school.

C0687 Count of individuals age 19 or younger who have received a high


school equivalency certificate during the previous school year
and subsequent summer school.

OTHCOM87 Count of individuals who received a certificate of attendance or


other certificate of completion in lieu of a diploma during the
previous school year and subsequent summer school.

NEWREC If an "*" appears in this field, the NCES Agency ID was newly
assigned in the current survey cycle. This would occur when and
agency either was newly reported or underwent sufficient change
to be considered a new entity.
COMMON CORE OF DATA GLOSSARY OF TERMS

All Other Support Staff


Support staff not reported in other categories, such as, data processing, health, maintenance, bus drivers,
security, and cafeteria workers.

Alternative Education School


A public elementary/secondary school that:

• addresses needs of students which typically cannot be met in a regular school,

• provides nontraditional education,

• serves as an adjunct to a regular school,

• falls outside of the categories of regular, special education, or vocational education.

Central City

• within a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)

• with a minimum population of 50,000

• has a Census Urbanized Area Code

Classroom Teachers
Total number of classroom teachers for all graded and/or ungraded classes in a school

• stated as a proportion of a full-time position,

• computed by dividing the amount of time employed by the time normally required for a
full-time position.

Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA)


Area of greater than 1,000,000 population that is the totality of the PMSAs in a single geographical area.

Diploma, High School


Formal document certifying the successful completion of a secondary school program prescribed by the state
education agency or other appropriate body.

Dropout
A dropout is an individual who:

• Was enrolled in school at some time during the previous school year;

• Was not enrolled at the beginning of the current school year;

• Has not graduated from high school or completed a state- or district-approved educational program, and

• Does not meet any of the following exclusionary conditions:

- transfer to another public school district, private school, or state- or district-


approved educational program;

- temporary absence due to suspension or school-approved illness, or


- death.

Education Agency
Government agency administratively responsible for providing public elementary and/or secondary instruction
or educational support services.

Elementary
General level of instruction classified by state and local practice as elementary

• composed of any span of grades not above grade 8,

• preschool or kindergarten included only if it is an integral part of an elementary school or a


regularly established school system.

Elementary Guidance Counselors


Professional staff assigned specific duties and school time for the following activities with elementary grades:

• counseling with students and parents;

• consulting with other staff members on learning problems;

• evaluating student abilities;

• assisting students in making educational and career choices;

• assisting students in personal and social development;

• providing referral assistance;

• working with other staff members in planning and conducting guidance programs for students.

The state should apply its own standards in apportioning the aggregate of guidance counselors/directors into the
components, elementary and secondary.

Elementary Teachers
Elementary teachers are those teachers of general level instruction classified by state and local practice as
elementary. Composed of any span of grades not above grade 8.

• EXCLUDES pre-kindergarten and kindergarten teachers.

Federally Operated Education Agency


Federally operated agency charged at least in part with providing elementary and/or secondary instruction or
support services.

Free Lunch Program


Program under the National School Lunch Act which provides cash subsidies for free lunches to students based
on family size and income criteria.

FTE (Full-time Equivalency)


Amount of time required to perform an assignment stated as a proportion of full-time position, and computed by
dividing the amount of time employed by the time normally required for a full-time position.

General Education Development Test


Comprehensive test used primarily to appraise the educational development of students who:
• have not completed their formal high school education, and

• may earn a high school equivalency certificate through achievement of satisfactory scores.

Graduate, High School


Individual who has received formal recognition from school authorities, by the granting of a diploma, for
completing a prescribed course of studies in a secondary level school.

• does not include other completers, or high school equivalency recipients, or other diploma
recipients.

Headstart Program
Federally funded program that provides comprehensive educational, social, health, and nutritional services to:

• low-income preschool children and their families, and

• children from ages 3 to school entry age, i.e., the age of compulsory school attendance.

High School Completers


Counts of graduates and other completers including regular diploma recipients, other diploma recipients, high
school equivalency recipients, and other high school completers.

High School Equivalency Certificate


Formal document certifying that an individual met the state requirements for high school graduation equivalency
by:

• obtaining satisfactory scores on an approved examination, and

• meeting other performance requirements (if any) set by one state education agency or other
appropriate body.

High School Equivalency Recipients


Count of individuals age 19 years or younger who have received a high school equivalency certificate during the
previous school year, and subsequent summer.

Individualized Educational Program (IEP)


As used here, refers to written instructional plan for students with disabilities designated as special education
students under the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA-Part B) which includes:

• statement of present levels of educational performance of a child,

• statement of annual goals, including short-term instructional objectives,

• statement of specific educational services to be provided and the extent to which the child will
be able to participate in regular educational programs,

• projected date for initiation and anticipated duration of services,

• appropriate objectives, criteria and evaluation procedures and schedules for determining, on at
least an annual basis, whether instructional objectives are being achieved.

Instructional Aides
Instructional aides are staff members assigned to assist a teacher in activities requiring minor decisions
regarding students, and in such activities as monitoring, conducting rote exercises, operating equipment and
clerking. Includes only paid staff, and excludes volunteer aides.
Instructional Coordinators and Supervisors
Staff supervising instructional programs, at the school district or sub-district level. Includes curriculum
coordinators or supervisors and in-service training staff; Chapter 1 supervisors, home economics supervisors,
educational television staff; coordinators and supervisors of audiovisual services; and staff engaged in
development of computer-assigned instruction. Excludes school-based department chairperson.

Kindergarten
Group or class that is part of a public school program, and is taught during the year preceding first grade.

Kindergarten Teachers
Kindergarten teachers are those teachers of a group or class that is part of a public school program, and is taught
during the year preceding the first grade.

LEA Administrative Support Staff


Staff members who provide direct support to LEA administrators.

• INCLUDE clerical staff and secretaries.

LEA Administrators
Includes local education agency superintendents, deputies, and assistant superintendents; other persons with
district-wide responsibilities such as business managers, administrative assistants. Exclude supervisors of
instructional or student support programs.

Librarians and Media Specialists


Professional staff members and supervisors who are assigned specific duties and school time to professional
library servic e activities, including: selecting, acquiring, preparing, cataloging, and circulating books and other
printed materials; planning the use of the library and media services by students, teachers and other members of
the instructional staff; guiding individuals in their use of media services, library books and materials, whether
maintained separately or as part of an instructional materials center.

Library and Media Support Staff


Staff members who render other library or media services, such as preparing, caring for, and making available to
members of the instructional staff the equipment, films, filmstrips, transparencies, tapes, TV programs, and
similar materials whether maintained separately as part of an instructional materials center.

Media Specialists
Directors, coordinators, and supervisors of media centers (see Librarians).

Membership Count
Count of students on current roll

• sums original entries and reentries, subtracts total withdrawals, or

• sums total present and total absent

• shows count taken on the closest school day to October 1.

Metro Status
Classification of an education agency's service area relative to a Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)


Area may be an MSA if it is the only MSA in the immediate area and it has a city of at least 50,000 population,
or it is an urbanized area of at least 50,000 with a total metropolitan population of at least 100,000.

Non-MSA City
City or place not in an MSA with a minimum population of 25,000 inhabitants and a population of density of at
least 1,000 per square mile

• does not have a Census Urbanized Area Code.

Other Diploma Recipients


Count of individuals who received a diploma from other than the regular school program during the previous
school year and subsequent summer school.

Other High School Completers


Count of individuals who have received a certificate of attendance or other certificate of completion in lieu of a
diploma during the previous school year and subsequent summer school.

Other Support Staff


All support services staff not reported in other categories, e.g., data processing, health, maintenance, bus drivers,
security, and cafeteria workers.

Outside Urbanized Area


Area not contiguous to any city or urban fringe area

• with a minimum population of 2,500 inhabitants,

• with a population density of at least 1,000 per square mile,

• without a Census Urbanized Area Code.

Prekindergarten
Group or class that is part of a public school program, and is taught during the year or years preceding
kindergarten.

Prekindergarten Teachers
Prekindergarten teachers are those teachers of a group or class that is part of a public school program, and is
taught during the year or years preceding kindergarten; includes teachers of Head Start Students of part of
authorized program.

Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area (PMSA)


A PMSA is a metropolitan statistical area that is a component of a consolidated metropolitan statistical area (see
MSA). Several adjacent PMSAs comprise a single CMSA.

Public School
Institution which provides educational services, has one or more grade groups (PK-12) or which is upgraded,
and

• has one or more teachers to give instruction,

• is located in one or more buildings

• has an assigned administrator,

• receives public funds as primary support,

• is operated by an education agency.

Regional Education Service Agency


Agency providing services to a variety of local education agencies, or county superintendent serving the same
purposes.
Regular Diploma Recipients
Count of graduates who received a regular diploma during the previous school year, and subsequent summer
school.

Regular School
A public elementary/secondary school that does not focus primarily on vocational, special, or alternative
education

Rural
An area with 2,500 inhabitants or fewer, and/or a population density of less than 1,000 per square mile

• does not have a Census Urbanized Area Code.

School Administrative Support Staff


Those whose activities are concerned with the support of the teaching and administrative duties of the office of
the principal or department chairpersons.

• INCLUDE clerical staff and secretaries.

School Administrators
Staff members whose activities are concerned with the directing and managing the operation of a particular
school. Includes:

• principals, assistant principals, and other assistants,

• those who supervise school operations, assign duties to staff members, supervise and maintain
the records of the school, and coordinate school instructional activities with those of the
education agency; and

• department chairpersons.

School District
Education agency or administrative unit which operates under a public board of education.

Secondary
General level of instruction classified by state and local practice as secondary and composed of any span of
grades beginning with the next grade following the elementary grades and ending with or below grade 12.

Secondary Guidance Counselors


Professional staff assigned specific duties described for elementary guidance counselors, but conducting
activities with secondary grades. (See Elementary Guidance Counselors.)

Secondary Teachers
Secondary teachers are those teachers of general level instruction classified by state and local practice as
secondary and composed of any span of grades beginning with the next grade following the elementary grades
and ending with or below grade 12.

Special Education School


Public elementary/secondary school that:

• focuses primarily on special education, including instruction for any of the following: hard of
hearing, deaf, speech-impaired, health-impaired, orthopedically impaired, mentally retarded,
seriously emotionally disturbed, multi-handicapped, visually handicapped, deaf and blind.

• adapts curriculum, materials or instruction for students served.


State Education Agency
The agency of the state charged with primary responsibility for coordinating and supervising public instruction
including the setting of standards for
elementary and secondary instruction programs.

State-Operated Agency
State-operated agency charged at least in part with providing elementary and/or secondary instruction or support
services.

Student
Individual for whom instruction is provided in an elementary or secondary educational program under the
jurisdiction of a school, school system, or other educational institution.

Student Support Services Staff


Professional and supervisory staff providing noninstructional services to students. Includes attendance officers;
staff providing health, psychology, speech pathology, audiology, social work services; supervisors of the
preceding staff and of health, transportation and food services.

Supervisory Union
Educational agency where administrative services are performed

• for more than one school district

• by a common superintendent.

Teacher
A professional school staff member who instructs students and maintains daily student attendance figures.

Teachers of Ungraded Classes


Teachers of classes or programs to which students are assigned without standard grade designation.

Total FTE Teachers


Sum of all reported teacher FTE.

Total Guidance
Sum of FTE for elementary and secondary guidance counselors.

Ungraded
Classes or programs to which students are assigned without standard grade designation.

Urban Fringe
Closely settled area, contiguous to a central city:

• outside a central city,

• with a minimum population of 2,500 inhabitants,

• with a population density of at least 1,000 per square mile, and

• has a Census Urbanized Area Code.

Urbanized Area
An area with a population concentration of at least 50,000, generally consisting of a central city and the
surrounding, closely settled, contiguous territory and with a population density of at least 1,000 per square mile.
Vocational Education School
Public elementary/secondary school that:

• focuses primarily on vocational education, and

• provides education and training in one or more semi-skilled or technical operations.


Cmm Core of Data Public Education Agency Untverre. 1967-66
mtw of records lrctlnp mailing address end telephone mdxzr. by State

Records lacking
mailing address
Total ______________________Records lrck inp
Stete records Caded ‘It* nissinptelephone rem&r
_____________________~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~------ ______----
Total on file 17.066 1,898

%ZP
Arizona
Arkansas
California

Colorado
Connecticut 5:
Delaware 22
:;;;;;:t of coldia
6:

EL ? 1" 'T
idaho 113
Illinois 1.;;;
Indiana

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Raine

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
Ma Hanpshire
New Jcrrev
n&Nk&G
NewYork
North Carolina
North Dakota

Ohio 797
tlklihoma 655
Oregon
Pennsylvania E!
Rhode Island 41

South Carolina

%zota
Texas
Utah

Vernqnt

%$O"
West Vlrofnie
Wisconsin
wyanln9
Arriun Samoa 1
Suam
Northern Rarianas :
Puerto Rico I
Virgin islands :

:
_-
Coermn Core of Data Public Education Agency Unlverre. 1987-88
Total ntier of aoencies. students. special education IEP's. n&w of schools. ad classroom teachers with count of records
lacking these Sata items
----------__~_________~___~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~____________________________~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~~
Total students Special Ed. IEP NIX&W of schools l Classroom teachers l
________-_____-__ _--______ - _____________ _-_________------_
state “5 Records Records Records
agencies Total TOti Total fz$ Total
'a%9 “iit” data '%?
__-____~~~__~____~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-------------------
Total on file 17,066 40.706.279 732 1.955.6b6 5,323 85.063 1.229 2.106.682

%r
Ar 1zona
:%2
585:?56
Arkansas 437.155
California 4.488.398

Colorado 560.236
Connecticut 465.279
Delaware 100.002
District of Coltiia 86.b35
__
Flotlda 1.664.774

60.612
!za7 1" ._ t+;*~; 9.270
Idaho 212:444 10.380
Illinois l*~~$~ 1;p:;
Indiana

IoWa 42.561
Kansas x:: 0
Kentucky 6421696 ___
Louisiana 789.187 00.878
Maine 207.110 ___

Lryland 683.797 ___


Massachusetts 825.357 126.040
Mchigan 1.;p;
Minnesota 83.307
Hississippf 494:002 ll,M8
(Iissourl 48.062
Mntana 9.168
Nebraska 17.721
Nevada 7.933
Nn Hanpshire 10.088

New Jersey 54,671 73,059


Ne* tlexico 30.850 14.980
New York ___
lbrth Carol:na ___ %E
North Dakota 11,624 7:035

Ohio
Oklahcdu
orrpon
Pennsylvania
Rhoda Island

south carOllll¶
South Dakota F*%
Tennssec 42:9b2
Texas 189.441
Utah 18.672

VerPDnt
Vi Ma
Was
'Ffinqton
Yest Vwginia
Ylsconsin
wing

11,248
iKican
sen0a
Northern Rarianas
25,557
5.819 421
fuerto Rico 13.4g
Virgin Islands %%.
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l Data aggregated from Commn Core of Data Public Schwl Universe survey, 198748
--- Data mat reported by State education agency.
Cmmn Core of Data Public EducattonAgency Uninrrr. 1967&B
Total rrmPbcrof agencies,graduates.and other high school caolcten with count of ~cords lacklm there data itms
---------------_------__________________~~~-~-__~__________ ~____~~~_______~__~__~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Srrduates High school other
~~~~~~~___~~~-~--~__~~~-~-~~--~ w;w;~ high school
Rqular dlploaa Other diploam aaplcters
_-________--__- ----_- ~-__w- w__-_-_______
state "F Records RKordS RccOrdS Records
agencies Tota1 'a22 TOtSI Total Total
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Total on file 17.068 2.477.492 23,474 44,377 -6.087 11.354

y5; -_ __ 132
-_ -_
30:614 ___ __ 2::
27.069 4
237.414 m.74: T 0 f!

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I.zi 11.541 0s; 0
60.084 ___ 186
EXa 10.371 l&j
12i 1.06;:
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Idaho 12.243
Illlmis
Indlrns
1;;,72; ___
we

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1.663 7,257 489
Iowa 461
Kansas zx! 39: : !
Kentucky 36:691 ___ 103 $
LWIsiIna 39.064 : 0 1.368
Mine ___ se - 29;
maryland -_ -
Ibssfachufetts -_ fi
Hlchigrn -_ se_ ___
Minnesota 501
Hirrlrrippi 8 8 ; 2
nirr0ut1 0 0 0
Montana -_ -_ 63;
Nebraska 1.125
Uevada
He* nanpshire
40;
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3i
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229
New Jtrsey -_ se- 622
ken Mexico -_ -_

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Horth Carolina
Korth Dakota
sii
_- 2 1.100
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Oregon
121,121
35.488
27.167
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Pennsylvania lyl; 601
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Vennnt 1.278
Vlrginla d:E iii 2.596 %
Ylrhl ton 0 0 0
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Wisconsin 56,872 -_ 4;
wyapinl 5,933 0 0 ii
- 16 -_
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ltorthemPbrianas ___ 7
Puerto Rico 5.::: 8.571 k
Virgin Islands 398 1
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