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Table 5 Dissemination school characteristics

From: Evaluating the reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation and maintenance of the Resistance Training for Teens program

Characteristics Dissemination Schools
School year range, n (%)a
 7–12 203 (81.5)
 K-12 24 (9.6)
 7–10 10 (4.0)
 11–12 4 (1.6)
 10–12 3 (1.2)
 5–8 2 (0.8)
 7–9 1 (0.4)
 3–12 1 (0.4)
 K-6 1 (0.1)
School sector, n (%)
 Government 235 (94.4)
 Non-Government 14 (5.6)
Government secondary schools
 Total, n (%) 213 (85.5)
Selective/specialist schools, n (%)c 46 (18.4)
 Academic 19 (7.6)
 Sporting 6 (2.4)
 Special Education 6 (2.4)
 Behavioral 5 (2.0)
 Performing Arts 4 (1.6)
 Intensive English 3 (1.2)
 Agricultural 2 (0.8)
School location, n (%)d
 Major Cities 173 (69.5)
 Inner Regional 56 (22.5)
 Outer Regional 19 (7.6)
 Remote 1 (0.4)
Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ISCEA)e
 Percentilef 0.2 (28.4)
 Range 2.0 – 99.0
  1. a Year ranges of schools that had at least one RT for Teens trained teacher
  2. b Government schools including students only from grades 7–12, including junior (7–9, 7–10) and senior (10–12, 11–12); for calculation of proportion against total NSW Government secondary schools
  3. c One school did not report the selective criteria
  4. d Remoteness classified by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, on the basis of a measure of relative access to services
  5. e This score is derived from a number of variables including parental school and non-school education and occupation, the school’s geographical location and proportion of Indigenous students; 1000 is average
  6. f The percentile of the school's ICSEA value, possible range = 1 to 100