Ed. Tech.

2001 New Jersey Public School Technology Survey

Student-to-Compuer Ratio and Instructional Computers in Classrooms

County Student-to-Computer Ratio % of
Instructional
Computers
in Classrooms*
All Computers Multi-Media
Computers*
           
ATLANTIC 4.1 to 1 4.5 to 1 63.8%
BERGEN 3.9 to 1 4.2 to 1 59.1%
BURLINGTON 3.5 to 1 3.9 to 1 59.4%
CAMDEN 3.6 to 1 4.1 to 1 60.0%
CAPE MAY 3.5 to 1 3.8 to 1 64.7%
CUMBERLAND 2.9 to 1 3.3 to 1 57.4%
ESSEX 4.9 to 1 5.5 to 1 52.2%
GLOUCESTER 3.7 to 1 3.9 to 1 52.4%
HUDSON 4.6 to 1 4.9 to 1 64.5%
HUNTERDON 3.2 to 1 3.3 to 1 64.4%
MERCER 3.8 to 1 4.2 to 1 64.1%
MIDDLESEX 4.7 to 1 5.5 to 1 56.2%
MONMOUTH 4.3 to 1 4.5 to 1 55.2%
MORRIS 3.9 to 1 4.3 to 1 51.9%
OCEAN 4.8 to 1 5.1 to 1 58.3%
PASSAIC 4.9 to 1 5.5 to 1 56.2%
SALEM 3.2 to 1 3.4 to 1 55.0%
SOMERSET 3.4 to 1 3.5 to 1 65.4%
SUSSEX 4.3 to 1 4.9 to 1 53.5%
UNION 4.0 to 1 4.3 to 1 68.2%
WARREN 4.1 to 1 4.3 to 1 56.0%
           
STATE 4.1 to 1 4.5 to 1 58.8%
*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.

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