Decades of Employment Growth in America's Public Schools - Part II"
by Benjamin Scafidi, Ph.D. - February 2013
"In the United States, the ratio of students to non-teaching staff is a bit higher than the ratio of students to
teachers, 15.9 versus 15.3, respectively. Those data indicate there are more teachers employed in American public schools than there are other non-teaching personnel. However, that difference has been shrinking for at least 60 years.
Furthermore, 21 states in FY 2009 employed fewer teachers than administrators and other non-teaching personnel.
Georgia is one of those 21 states.
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