In Los Angeles County, the number of students passing math went from 57 percent
to 54 percent
, and in English from 61 percent
to 58 percent
Board independence: Ninety-one percent
of respondents have an independent chairman, lead director or presiding director--up from 83 percent
in 2005 and 71 percent
When compared to last year, 62 percent
of the directors said they had about the same number of returning campers.
Of those reporting severance packages, 82 percent
indicated it was a long-term package; 15 percent
receive a bridging-concept package and 2 percent
a short-term package.
However, while two years ago, 60 percent
indicated insufficiently trained managers as a major problem area, this year only 17 percent
indicated managerial training as a major issue; however, another 66 percent
said the managerial training could use some improvement.
of hate crimes were comprised of additional crimes against persons, property, and society.
The property development sector represents about 27 percent
of all investment or 197.
of market deposits and the HHI would increase 306 points to 1701, which is within the threshold levels in the DOJ Guidelines.
According to The Washington Post, 78 percent
of voters in November preferred fixing public schools while only 16 percent
wanted to move to a voucher system.
of the general population, while according to our survey 7 percent
of the dancers polled tested positive.
The poll also compared the positive and negative ratings of President Clinton (43 percent
to 36 percent
), Billy Graham (59 percent
to 16 percent
), Pat Robertson (25 percent
to 34 percent
), Christian Coalition executive director and spokesperson Ralph Reed (4 percent
to 6 percent
, with 83 percent
"don't know"), Newt Gingrich (28 percent
to 39 percent).
As in the FY 1994 budget, civilian R&D would get 47 percent
of the R&D pie; defense snares the rest.
The statistics, based on a Crime Index of selected violent and property offenses reported to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, cover 95 percent
of the population.
Questionnaires were mailed to approximately 10 percent
of the JWOD population at 417 participating nonprofit agencies.
Desktop publishing, a few years ago uncharted territory braved by only a few intrepid pioneers, is today home to a thriving population of industrious communicators, with 97 percent
(*) of the respondents to a recent Communication World survey saying that they use desktop publishing, compared to 65 percent
in a similar survey last year.