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Digest of Education Statistics
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES  

LIST OF 2011 DIGEST FIGURES

Tables   Figures
 Chapter 1.  All Levels of Education
Figure 1.The structure of education in the United States
Figure 2.Enrollment, total expenditures in constant dollars, and expenditures as a percentage of the gross domestic product (GDP), by level of education: Selected years, 1965–66 through 2010–11
Figure 3.Percentage of persons 25 years old and over, by highest level of educational attainment: Selected years, 1940 through 2011
Figure 4.Percentage of persons 25 through 29 years old, by highest level of educational attainment: Selected years, 1940 through 2011
Figure 5.Highest level of education attained by persons 25 through 29 years old: March 2011
Figure 6.Percentage of persons 25 through 29 years old who had completed high school and who held a bachelor’s or higher degree, by race/ethnicity: 2001 and 2011
 Chapter 2.  Elementary and Secondary Education
Figure 7.Enrollment, number of teachers, pupil/teacher ratio, and expenditures in public schools: 1960–61 through 2009–10
Figure 8.Percentage change in public elementary and secondary enrollment, by state: Fall 2004 to fall 2009
Figure 9.Total and full-day preprimary enrollment of 3- to 5-year-olds: October 1970 through October 2010
Figure 10Percentage of revenue for public elementary and secondary schools, by source of funds: 1970–71 through 2008–09
Figure 11.Current expenditure per pupil in fall enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools: 1970–71 through 2008–09
 Chapter 3.  Postsecondary Education
Figure 12.Enrollment, degrees conferred, and expenditures in degree-granting institutions: Fall 1960 through fall 2010 and 1960–61 through 2010–11
Figure 13.Percentage change in total enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by state: Fall 2005 to fall 2010
Figure 14.Enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by age: Fall 1970 through fall 2020
Figure 15.Ratio of full-time-equivalent (FTE) students to total FTE staff and to FTE faculty, by control of institution: 1976, 1999, and 2009
Figure 16.Bachelor’s degrees conferred by degree-granting institutions in selected fields of study: 1999–2000, 2004–05, and 2009–10
Figure 17.Percentage distribution of total revenues of public degree-granting institutions, by source of funds: 2009–10
Figure 18.Percentage distribution of total revenues of private not-for-profit degree-granting institutions, by source of funds: 2009–10
 Chapter 4.  Federal Programs for Education and Related Activities
Figure 19.Federal on-budget funds for education, by level or other educational purpose: Selected years, 1965 through 2011
Figure 20.Percentage of federal on-budget funds for education, by agency: Fiscal year 2010
Figure 21.Percentage of U.S. Department of Education outlays, by type of recipient: Fiscal year 2011
 Chapter 5.  Outcomes of Education
Figure 22.Labor force participation rate of persons 20 to 64 years old, by age group and highest level of educational attainment: 2010
Figure 23.Unemployment rates of persons 25 to 64 years old, by highest level of educational attainment: 2010
Figure 24.Percentage distribution of 2009–10 high school dropouts and high school completers not enrolled in college, by labor force status: October 2010
Figure 25.Median annual earnings of full-time year-round workers 25 years old and over, by highest level of educational attainment and sex: 2010
Figure 26.Median annual salaries of bachelor’s degree recipients employed full time 1 year after graduation, by field of study: 2001 and 2009
 Chapter 6.  International Comparisons of Education
Figure 27.Percentage change in enrollment, by major areas of the world and level of education: 2000 to 2009
Figure 28.Percentage of the population 25 to 34 years old with a bachelor’s or higher level degree, by OECD country: 2009
Figure 29.Public direct expenditures on education as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), by OECD country: 2008

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