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    2009 Natinal Center for Education Statistics Report on Late High School Dropouts - Characteristics, Experiences, and Changes Across Cohorts
  • Dropout rate and percentage distribution of dropouts for the sophomore class of 2002, by demographic characteristics, Spring 2004 **
  • Dropout rates of high school sophomores 2 years later, by demographic and family characteristics, 1982, 1992, and 2004 **
  • Lat High School Dropouts - Characteristics, Experiences, and Changes Across Cohorts **
  • Percentage Distribution of dropouts, by demographic and family characteristics, 1982, 1992, and 2004 **
  • Percentage distribution of highschool sophomores, by demographic and family characteristics, 1980, 1990, and 2002 **
  • Percentage distribution of spring 2002 high school sophomores and their high school completion status, by student background characteristics, Spring 2004 and 2006 **
  • 2008 Natinal Center for Education Statistics Report on Status and Trends in the Eucation of American Indian and Alaska Native Students
  • 2008 Status and Trends in the Education of American Indians and Alaska Natives **
  • 2008 National Center for Education Statistics Report on Characteristics of Minority - Serving Institutions and Minority Undergraduates Enrolled in these Institution
  • Average enrollment weighted 6- year graduation rate of 4- year degree- granting Title IV institutions, by monority- serving status of institution an dpopulation served, Fall 2004 **
  • Average enrollment weighted graduation rates in 4- and 2- year degree- granting Title IV institutions, by control, minority- servin status of institution, and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Average percentage of total undergraduate enrollment that were low- income students in degree granting Title IV institution, by minority- serving status of institution and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Number and percentage distribution of degree- granting postsecondary institutions, by minority serving status of institution and population served, Fall 1984, 1994, and 2004 **
  • Number and percentage distribution of degree-granting Title IV institutions, by sector, minority- serving status of institution, and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Peercentage distribution of degree- granting Title IV institutions and percentage distribution of their minority undergraducate enrollment, by sector, minority- serving status of institution and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Percentage of degree- granting postsecondary institutions that were minority- serving, by poulation served, Fall 2984, 1994, and 2004 **
  • Percentage of dgree- granting Title IV institutions that had an open admissions policy, by minority- serving status of institution and poulation served, Fall 2004 **
  • Percentage of degree- granting Title IV institutions with female undergraduated enrollment about the national level, by minority- serving status of institution and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total minority undergratuate enrollment and its percentage distribution of degree- grantin Title IV institutions, by sector, minority- serving status of institution, and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total minority undergraduates enrollment and its percentage distribution of degree- granting postsecondary institutions, by minority- serving status of institution and population served, Fall 1984, 1994, and 2004 **
  • Total number and percentage distribution of 4- year degree- granting Title IV institutions, by Carnegie clasification, minority- serving status of institution, an dpopulation served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total number and percentage distribution of public and private not-for-profit 4- year degree- granting Title IV sinsitutions, by admissions selectivity, minority- serving status of institution and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total number of dgree- granting Title IV institutions and their average percentage of low- income undergraduates, by sector, minority- serving status of institution, and population served, Fiscal year 2004 **
  • Total undergraduate enrollment and its percentage distribution of degree- granting Title IV institutions, by sector, minority- serving status of institution, and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total undergraducate enrollment and its percentage distribution of degree- granting postsecondary institutions, by minority- serving status of institution and population served, Fall 1984, 1994, and 2004 **
  • Total undergraduate enrollment and its percentage distribution of degree- granting Title IV institutions, by race/ ethnicity of student, minority- serving status of institution, and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total undergraduate enrollment in degree- granting Title IV institutions and percentage distribution of students' race - ethnicity, by sector minority- serving status of institution, and population served, Fall 2004 **
  • Total under graduate enrollment in degree- granting postsecondary institutions, percentage change, percentage distribution, and proportion who were enrolled in 2- year intitutions, by race - ethnicity, Fall 1984, 1994, and 2004 **
  • 2008 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Report
  • Total enrollment of minorities in schools for selected health occupations, by race and Hispanic origin - United States, selected academic years 1980- 1981 through 2005- 2006
  • 2007 National Center for Education Statistics Report on the Condition of Education
  • Average mathematics scores of 12th- grade students, by content and area and student and school characteristics, 2005 **
  • Average number of Carnegie units earned by high school graduates in various subject areas, by selected characteristics, 1982 and 2004 **
  • Average reading score for 4th-, 8th-, and 12th- greaders, by selceted students adn school characteristics, 1992 and 2005 **
  • Average science scores for 4th-, 8th-, and 12th- graders, by selected student characteristics, 1996, 2000, and 2005 **
  • Mean score on Advanced Placement (AP) exams, by selected subjects and race - ethnicity, 1997- 2005 **
  • Median annual earnings of full- time, full- year wage and salary workers ages 25- 34, by educational attainment, sex, and race - ethnicity, Selected years, 1980- 2005 **
  • Number and percentage distributionof full- time teachers, by school level, school type, and selected characteristics, School years 1993- 94, 1999- 2000, and 2003- 04 **
  • Number and percentage distribution of public school type and selected student and school characteristics, 2004- 05 **
  • Number and percentage distribution of school principals, by school leve, school type, and selected characteristics, School years 1993- 94, 1999- 2000, and 2003- 04 **
  • Number and percentage of children ages 5- 17 who spoke a language other than English at home and who spoke English with difficultiy, by selected characteristics, 2005 **
  • Percentage distribution of students ages 6- 21 with disabilities served by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, by placement in education environment, 1995- 96 to 2004- 05 **
  • Percentage distribution of the race - ethnicity of public school students enrolled in kindergarten through 12th grade, by region, Selected years, Fall 1972- 2005 **
  • Percentage distribution of the race - ethnicity of public school students enrolled in kindergarten through 12th grade, Fall 1972- 2005 **
  • Percentage of 10th- graders who usually or often came to school unprepared without school books, supplies, or homework, by selected student characteristics, 1980, 1990, and 2002 **
  • Percentage of 12th- grade students at each achievement level, by student and school characteristics, 2005 **
  • Percentage of Advanced Placement (AP) examinations with a score of 3.0 or greater, by subject and race - ethnicity, 1997- 2005 **
  • Percentage of population age 16 or older who participated in adult education activities, by type of activity and selected characteristics, 2005 **
  • Percentage distribution of high school graduates, by highest level of mathematics course completed and selected characteristics, 2004 **
  • Percentage distribution of high school graduates, by highest level of science course completed and selected chaaracteristics, 2004 **
  • Percentage distribution of high school graduates, by type of English course taken and selected characteristics, 2004 **
  • Percentage distribution of high school graduates, by highest level of foreign language course completed and selected characteritics, 2004 **
  • Status dropout rates and number and percentage distribution of dropouts ages 16- 24, by selected characteristics, October 2005 **
  • Total graduate and first- professional enrollment and percentage distribution of students in degree- granting institutions, by race - ethnicity, Selected years, 1976- 2005 **
  • 2007 National Center for Education Statistics Report Status and Trends in the Education of Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  • 2007 Status and Trends in the Education of Racial and Ethnic Minorities **
  • 2007 National Center for Edcuation Statistics National Industry Educaion Study 4th and 8th Grade Statistical Analysis Report
  • 2007 National Indian Education Study, Part II, the Educational Experiences of American Indian and Alaska Native Students in Grades 4 and 8 Statistical Analysis Report **
  • 2005 National Center for Edcuationa Statistics Report on Status and Trends in the Education of American Indians and Alaska Natives
  • 2005 Status and Trends in the Education of American Indians and Alaska Natives **
  • 2005 National Center for Education Statistics National Indian Education Study 4th and 8th grad Statistical Analysis Report
  • National Indian Education Study, Part I, The Performance of American Indian and Alaska Native 4th- and 8th- Frade Students on NAEP 2005 Reading and Mathematics Assessments **
  • 2005 National Indian Education Study, Part II, The Educational Experiences of 4th- and 8th- Grade American Indian and Alaska Native Students **
  • 2004-2005 U.S. Census Bureau Statistical Abstract
  • Computer and Internet Use by Children and Adolescents- 2001
  • Doctorates Conferred by Recipients’ Characteristics- 1990 and 2002
  • Graduate Science - Engineering Students in Doctorate-Granting Colleges by Characteristics and Field, 1990 to 2002
  • Head Start—Summary- 1980 to 2003
  • Percentage of Students in Grades 9-12 Who Reported Carrying a Weapon- 1993 to 2001
  • Public Charter and Traditional Schools—Selected Characteristics- 1999-2000
  • Selected Characteristics of the American Indian, Alaska Native, Asian, and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Populations, 2000 etc
  • 2004 U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey Report
  • Educational Attainment
  • Language Spoken at Home and English-Speaking Ability
  • 2000 U.S. Census Bureau Special Report on American Indians and Alaska Natives
  • Educational Attainment by Place of Residence
  • Educational Attainment
  • Language Spoken at Home and English Speaking Ability
  • Selected Characteristics of the American Indian and Alaska Native Popuplation - Alone, In Combination With Non-Alaska Native Races, and Total, 2000
  • 2000 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Profile of Selected Social Characteristics Tribe Alone
  • Profile of Selected Social Characteristics Tribe Alone or in Combination
  • 1998 National Center for Education Statistics Report on American Indian and Alaska Natives in Postsecondary Education
  • 1998 American Indians and Alaska Natives in Postsecondary Education **
  • 1995 National Center for Educaiton Statistics Report on Characteristics of American Indian and Alaska Native Education, Results from the 1990- 91 and 1993- 94 School and Staffing Survey
  • Characteristics of American Indian and Alaska Native Educaiton, Results from the 1990- 91 and 1993- 94 Schools and Staffing Surveys **
  • 1990 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Educational and Labor Force Characteristics
  • American Indian Languages Spoken at Home by American Indian Persons 5 Years and Over in Households
  • American Indian Languages Spoken at Home by American Indian Persons in Households, by Sex and Age
  • 1970 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Age, Marital Status, Education and Industry Characteristics
  • Selected Characteristics of the Indian Population 14 Years Old and Over by Age and Urban and Rural Residence
  • Social and Employment Characteristics of Indian Family Heads by Urban and Rural Residence, by All U.S., Regions, and States
  • Social Characteristics of the Indian Population by Urban and Rural Residence, by All U.S., Regions, and States
  • Mother Tongue of Indians by Sex, Age, and Whether Living on Identified Reservations
  • 1960 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Families with Indian Head, By Selected Characteristics, For the United States, Urban and Rural, and Regions
  • Social Characteristics of the Indian Population 14 Years Old and Over, by Age, for the United States, by Region, Urband and Rural, and for Selected States, 1960
  • Social Characteristics of the Indian Population, by Sex, for the United States, by Regions, and for Selected States, Urban and Rural, 1960
  • 1950 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Social and Economic Characteristics of the Indian Population, for Selected States, Urban and Rural, and for Selected Indian Agency Areas, 1950
  • Social and Economic Characteristics of the Indian Population, for the United States, by Regions, Urban and Rural
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