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Table 5b.  Core academic classes taught in non-REAP schools in Phase I Data Collection

NON-REAP Charter School

 NON-REAP Charter School

NON-REAP District School 

NON-REAP District School 

NON-REAP Total

Number of courses taught by non-HQ teachers

Number of courses taught by HQ teachers

Number of courses taught by non-HQ teachers

Number of courses taught by HQ teachers

Arts

6

25

13

215

259

Elementary

37

194

121

1487

1839

English

6

77

3

63

149

ESL/BLE

13

3

21

37

Foreign Languages

1

8

5

17

31

Mathematics

2

74

32

220

328

Science

8

59

23

175

265

Social Studies

4

72

15

194

285

Sped

4

26

74

326

430

Language Arts/Reading

4

23

29

263

319

Grand Total

72

571

318

2981

3942

Table 5c.  Summary of courses taught by non-HQ teachers in REAP and non-REAP schools - Phase I Data Collection

REAP Charter Schools

REAP District Schools

Non-REAP Charter Schools

Non-REAP District Schools

Total Number of Teachers

52

865

643

3299

Number of Non HQ Teachers

11

118

72

318

Percent of Non HQ Teachers

21%

13.6%

11.2%

9.6%

In Tables 5a, 5b and 5c the Phase I data comparing the HQ status of teachers in REAP schools identified for Title I School Improvement in 2005-06 is compared to the HQ status of teachers in all other schools identified for Title I School Improvement in 2005-06.  In the most rural (REAP) charter schools, 21% of classes are taught by teachers who were not HQ as compared to 11.2% in those charter schools not meeting the REAP definition.  In the most rural (REAP) district schools, 13.6% of classes are taught by teachers who were not HQ as

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