Digest of Education Statistics

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Claitors Pub Division, 1997 - Education - 584 pages
This edition is the 30th in a series of publications initiated in 1962. Its primary purpose is to provide a compilation of statistical information covering the broad field of American education from kindergarten through graduate school. The "Digest" includes a selection of data from many sources, and draws especially on the results of surveys and activities of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). The publication contains information on a variety of subjects, including: (1) numbers of schools and colleges; (2) numbers of teachers; (3) enrollments; (4) graduates; (5) educational attainment; (6) finances; (7) Federal funds for education; (8) employment and income of graduates; (9) libraries; and (10) international comparisons of education. Supplemental information is provided on population trends, attitudes toward education, educational characteristics of the labor force, government finances, and economic trends. Some information is also given on preschool and adult education. Data are presented in 411 tables, with an additional 20 tables in an appendix. (SLD)
 

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Contents

Fall 1992
217
Fulltime and parttime senior instructional faculty in institutions of higher education
230
Institutions of higher education and branches by type control of institution
243
Associate degrees and other subbaccalaureate awards by length of curriculum
248
Bachelors degrees conferred by institutions of higher education by discipline
266
Masters degrees conferred by institutions of higher education by racialethnic group
281
Earned degrees in English language and literatureletters conferred by institutions
294
Earned degrees in French German and Spanish conferred by institutions of higher
295
Percentage of the high school class of 1980 enrolled in 4year colleges
305
Undergraduates enrolled fulltime and parttime in fall 1989 by federal aid program
318
State awards for needbased undergraduate scholarship and grant programs
323
Currentfund revenue of public institutions of higher education by source of funds
329
Federal Programs for Education and Related Activities
355
Vocational Education
356
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367
Outcomes of Education 391
339
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341
Percentage of 18 to 25yearolds reporting drug use during the past 30 days
343
Fulltime employment status of bachelors degree recipients 1 year after graduation
352
199192 199293 and 199394 353
353
Employment status of 198990 bachelors degree recipients 1 year after
405
International Comparisons of Education
409
Science test scores of 9yearolds in educational systems participating in
423
Learning Resources and Technology
433
Guide to Sources
445
Appendix Tables
470
A13 Estimated standard errors for selected estimates of persons from the Participation
476
A19 Approximate sampling errors 95 percent confidence level for the differences in
477
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