Projections of Education Statistics to 2006
DIANE Publishing, May 1, 1997 - 202 pages
Includes statistics on elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education at the national level. Included are projections for enrollment, graduates, classroom teachers, and expenditures to the year 2006. Includes projections of elementary and secondary enrollment and high school graduates to the year 2006 for public elementary and secondary schools at the state level. Also contains a methodology section describing models and assumptions used to develop the national projections. Over 200 charts, tables, graphs and maps. Glossary. Data sources.
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2006 In thousands annual growth rate area frame attendance status autocorrelation average annual growth average daily attendance bachelor's degrees Census Center for Education classroom teachers constant dollars Consumer Price Index control of institution current expenditures current-fund expenditures decrease degrees awarded Department of Education disposable income Durbin-Watson statistic econometric Education Statistics elementary and secondary enrollment in public enrollment rates expected to increase expenditures per pupil exponential smoothing Fall Enrollment ﬁgure grade retention High alternative projections high school graduates income per capita increase is projected institutions of higher Low alternative projections middle alternative projections million in 1994 National Center NCES nonsampling errors North Dakota number of public Percent change Private Elementary projected to increase projection period Projections are based Projections of Education public 4-year institutions public elementary public high school sample school early estimates secondary schools set of projections sex and attendance standard error table was prepared teacher salaries U.S. Department variables
Page 116 - South: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Page 192 - National Center for Education Statistics, 555 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20208.
Page 187 - In addition to such sampling errors, all surveys, both universe and sample, are subject to design, reporting, and processing errors and errors due to nonresponse. To the extent possible, these nonsampling errors are kept to a minimum by methods built into the survey procedures. In general, however, the effects of nonsampling errors are more difficult to gauge than those produced by sampling variability. Sampling Errors The...
Page 181 - SOURCE: US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Statistics of State School Systems; Statistics of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools; "Selected Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Education Statistics,
Page 195 - To reduce reporting error, NCES used national standards for reporting finance statistics. These standards are contained in College and University Business Administration: Administrative Services (1974 Edition) and the Financial Accounting and Reporting Manual for Higher Education (1990 Edition) published by the National Association of College and University Business Officers; Audits of Colleges and Universities (as amended August 31, 1974), by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants;...
Page 201 - MS, is awarded in the liberal arts and sciences for advanced scholarship in a subject field or discipline and demonstrated ability to perform scholarly research. A second type of master's degree is awarded for the completion of a professionally oriented program, for example, an M.Ed. in education, an MBA in business administration, an MFA in fine arts, an MM in music, an MSW in social work, and an MPA in public administration. A third type of master's degree is awarded in professional fields for...
Page 201 - Revenues: All funds received from external sources, net of refunds and correcting transactions. Noncash transactions such as receipt of services, commodities, or other receipts "in kind" are excluded, as are funds received from the issuance of debt, liquidation of investments, or nonroutine sale of property.
Page 200 - Elementary school: A school classified as elementary by state and local practice and composed of any span of grades not above grade 8. A preschool or kindergarten school is included under this heading only if it is an integral part of an elementary school or a regularly established school system.
Page 203 - Anderson's distribution. Econometrics: The quantitative examination of economic trends and relationships using statistical techniques, and the development, examination, and refinement of those techniques. Estimate: A numerical value obtained from a statistical sample and assigned to a population parameter. The particular value yielded by an estimator in a given set of circumstances or the rule by which such particular values are calculated. Estimating equation: An equation involving observed quantities...