Pre-school enrollment: trends and implications
Audrey J. Pendleton, United States. Office of Educational Research and Improvement. Center for Education Statistics
Center for Education Statistics, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Dept. of Education, 1986 - Education - 16 pages
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4-year-old children 4-year-olds enrolled 4-year-olds whose mothers Age 3 Age Age 4 Total black 3-year-olds black children Bureau Census child care arrangement children whose mothers constitutes school enrollment Consumer Price Indices control of school Current Population Survey Department of Commerce dren due to small enrolled in preschool enrolled in school enrollment patterns family characteristics full-time working mothers grams group care centers head of household included due increase in enrollment kindergarten labor force participation level of family married Mother's work status mothers work full nonworking mothers October participation of women percent of black Percent of white Preprimary Enrollment preprimary school enrollment preschool attendance preschool by family preschool by mother's preschool enrollment rates preschool students preschool-aged children private preschool private school rates between 1975 related to preschool school enrollment rates Single-parent households small sample special tabulations spouse present Standard errors Table Trends U.S. Department unweighted white 3-year-olds white and black white children