By Maegan E. Hauserman
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Responses were provided by the principal or the person most knowledgeable about crime and safety issues at the school. S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2007–08 School Survey on Crime and Safety (SSOCS), 2008. Table 5. 3! 3 ! 9 ! 8! 6 ! 4 ! 2! 4! 7 ! 8 ! 5 ! 2 ! 6 ! 6! 3 ! 0 ! 8! 1 ! 4 ! 5 ! 2! 7 ! 8 ! 0 ! 3 ! 7 ! 6 ! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is from 30 percent to 50 percent of the estimate’s value. ‡ Reporting standards not met.
High schools are defined as schools in which the lowest grade is not lower than grade 9 and the highest grade is not higher than grade 12. Combined schools include all other combinations of grades, including K–12 schools. Note: "At school" was defined for respondents to include activities happening in school buildings, on school grounds, on school buses, and at places that hold school-sponsored events or activities. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Responses were provided by the principal or the person most knowledgeable about crime and safety issues at the school.
2! 4 ‡ ‡ 240! 8! 4 ‡ ‡ 740! 1 1,000 1,050 290! 5! 0 3,380! 2,580 1,610! 2! 3! 4 420 200! 80! 60! 8! 7! 2! 1 # ‡ ‡ Percent minority enrollment Less than 5 percent 570! 1! 2 80! 6! 7 100! 7 ‡ ‡ 220! 1 ! 3 ‡ ‡ 720! 1 ! 1 # Rounds to zero. Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is from 30 percent to 50 percent of the estimate’s value. ‡ Reporting standards not met. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 50 percent or more of the estimate's value. " 3 Primary schools are defined as schools in which the lowest grade is not higher than grade 3 and the highest grade is not higher than grade 8.
A Look at School Crime Safety (Safety and Risk in Society) by Maegan E. Hauserman