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Table 1 Respondent characteristics, CDC School Health Tools Survey, 2016

From: School health implementation tools: a mixed methods evaluation of factors influencing their use

Characteristic Total (N = 69) Department of Health (N = 42) Department of Education (N = 27)
n % n % n %
Highest degree attained
 Bachelor’s level 20 29.0 15 35.7 5 18.5
 Master’s level 41 59.4 25 59.5 16 59.3
 Advanced degree 7 10.1 2 4.8 5 18.5
 Not reported 1 1.4 0 0.0 1 3.7
How long in current position
 Less than 1 year 9 13.0 7 16.7 2 7.4
 More than 1 year, less than 2 years 10 14.5 6 14.3 4 14.8
 More than 2 years, less than 5 years 20 29.0 14 33.3 6 22.2
 More than 5 years, less than 10 years 15 21.7 9 21.4 6 22.2
 10 years or more 15 21.7 6 14.3 9 33.3
How long in current agency
 Less than 1 year 3 4.3 1 2.4 2 7.4
 More than 1 year, less than 2 years 7 10.1 4 9.5 3 11.1
 More than 2 years, less than 5 years 20 29.0 14 33.3 6 22.2
 More than 5 years, less than 10 years 17 24.6 11 26.2 6 22.2
 10 year or more 22 31.9 12 28.6 10 37.0
How long in school health field
 Less than 1 year 11 15.9 8 19.0 3 11.1
 More than 1 year, less than 2 years 4 5.8 3 7.1 1 3.7
 More than 2 years, less than 5 years 10 14.5 9 21.4 1 3.7
 More than 5 years, less than 10 years 15 21.7 13 31.0 2 7.4
 10 years or more 29 42.0 9 21.4 20 74.1