Decreasing Reliance on Public School Transportation


by Steven Davies on Jul 29, 2013 | Views: 51 | Score: 0
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1929-30 8.9
1931-32 10.9
1933-34 12.4
1935-36 14.6
1937-38 16.9
1939-4018.8
1941-42 21.4
1943-44 23
1945-46 25.5
1947-48 28
1949-5031.2
1951-52 33.1
1953-5432.8
1955-56 35
1957-5836.5
1959-6037.6
1961-6238.1
1963-64 38.7
1965-6639.7
1967-6842
1969-70 43.4
1971-7246.1
1973-7451.5
1975-7652.8
1977-7854.4
1979-8056.7
1980-8159.1
1981-8260
1982-83 60.6
1983-8460.6
1984-85 61.3
1985-8660.3
1986-87 60.8
1987-8859.8
1988-8960.7
1989-90 59.4
1990-9157.3
1991-92 59.5
1992-9359.2
1993-9459.4
1994-9558.2
1995-9658.2
1996-97 57
1997-9856.9
1998-9957.7
1999-2000 57
2000-0155.5
2001-0255
2002-03 54.7
2003-0455.5
2004-05 55.5
2005-0655
2006-0754.8
2007-0854.6
% of students transported at public expense
Sources: nces.ed.gov
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Steven Davies
Steven Davies on Jul 29, 2013 5:42 PM said:

The percentage of students transported at public expense has been slowly decreasing since peaking at 61.3% in 1984-85. In 2007-08, only 54.6% of students cost the public money.