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2001 New Jersey Public School Technology Survey

Percent of Schools With a Technology Coordinator

County % of Schools
Whose District Has
a Technology
Coordinator
% Schools With a
Technology Coordinator
Total Full-Time Part-Time
         
ATLANTIC 98.6% 83.1% 31.0% 52.1%
BERGEN 100.0% 46.9% 26.3% 20.6%
BURLINGTON 98.9% 58.0% 40.9% 17.0%
CAMDEN 100.0% 58.8% 14.5% 44.3%
CAPE MAY 96.6% 82.8% 48.3% 34.5%
CUMBERLAND 100.0% 80.4% 45.1% 35.3%
ESSEX 100.0% 71.9% 17.7% 54.2%
GLOUCESTER 100.0% 60.0% 17.3% 42.7%
HUDSON 100.0% 65.7% 32.4% 33.3%
HUNTERDON 100.0% 37.5% 17.5% 20.0%
MERCER 100.0% 60.5% 38.4% 22.1%
MIDDLESEX 99.4% 69.4% 43.8% 25.6%
MONMOUTH 100.0% 53.8% 16.6% 37.2%
MORRIS 100.0% 47.1% 25.7% 21.4%
OCEAN 100.0% 56.7% 34.0% 22.7%
PASSAIC 98.3% 66.9% 21.5% 45.5%
SALEM 94.1% 70.6% 41.2% 29.4%
SOMERSET 100.0% 71.4% 30.0% 41.4%
SUSSEX 100.0% 59.5% 37.8% 21.6%
UNION 100.0% 54.5% 21.0% 33.6%
WARREN 100.0% 89.5% 42.1% 47.4%
         
STATE 99.6% 61.4% 27.8% 33.7%

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*Multi-Media Computers - 486 and above ( i.e. Pentium, Pentium II, Pentium III, Celeron, etc.);
Mac 40 series (68040)- LC’s starting with 575, all Centris and Quadra series, Power PC, G3 and G4.

** Instructional computers are defined as those in computer labs, classrooms or library media centers.