Common Core of Data (CCD)

Data Tables

The following are additional CCD data tables that do not appear in other reports or documentation.

The following are links to other NCES tables or reports that include CCD data:

Virtual Schools, Counts and Enrollment, 2013–14

Number of virtual schools and enrollment in virtual schools: School year 2013–14

  • Table 1. Number of virtual schools, by school type, charter status, magnet status, shared-time status, and state: School year 2013–14

  • Table 2. Number of virtual schools, by local education agency (LEA) type and state: School year 2013–14

  • Table 3. Number of virtual school, total state enrollment, total virtual school enrollment, and virtual school enrollment as a percentage of state total enrollment, by state: School year 2013–14

  • Table 4. Number and membership of virtual schools, by school level, and state: School year 2013–14

Dropout / Completer Data Tables

Public high school 4–year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR), by race/ethnicity and selected demographics for the United States, the 50 states, and the District of Columbia: School year 2013–14

The following table presents the public high school 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR), by race/ethnicity and selected demographics for the United States, the 50 states, and the District of Columbia for school year 2013–14.

  • Table 1. Public high school 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR), by race/ethnicity and selected demographics for the United States, the 50 states, and the District of Columbia: School year 2013–14

Number of students and selected high school dropout and completion statistics for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States and jurisdictions: School year 2009–10

The following table presents the number of students and selected high school dropout and completion statistics for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States and jurisdictions, for school year 2009–10.

  • Table 1. Number of students and selected high school dropout and completion statistics for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States and jurisdictions: School year 2009–10

Public high school 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR) for the United States, the 50 states and the District of Columbia

The following tables present the public high school 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR) for the United States, the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

  • Table 1. Public high school 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR) for the United States, the 50 states and the District of Columbia: School years 2010-11 to 2012–13

  • Table 2. Public high school 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR), by race/ethnicity and selected demographics for the United States, the 50 states, and the District of Columbia: School year 2012–13

Annual diploma counts and the Averaged Freshmen Graduation Rate (AFGR) in the United States by race/ethnicity: School years 2007-08 through 2011-12

The following table presents the Annual diploma counts and the Averaged Freshmen Graduation Rate (AFGR) in the United States by race/ethnicity for school years 2007-08 through 2011-12.

  • Table 1. Annual diploma counts and the Averaged Freshmen Graduation Rate (AFGR) in the United States by race/ethnicity: School years 2007-08 through 2011-12

Public elementary, middle, and secondary schools: Average Freshmen Graduation Rate: 2002-03 through 2008-09

The following table presents the Average Freshmen Graduation Rate (AFGR) by race/ethnicity, gender, state, and year from 2002-03 through 2008-09.

  • Table 1. Averaged Freshmen Graduation Rate (AFGR) by race/ethnicity, gender, state or jurisdiction, and year: School years 200203 through 20080

Public School Graduates from the Common Core of Data: School Year 2008–09

These tables present data on high school graduates for the 2008–09 school year. Data come from the 2008–09 CCD collection and include some data collected under EdFacts but not previously on the CCD.

  • Table 1. Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR), by state and locale: School year 2008–09

  • Table 2. Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR) in South Carolina by district and district locale classification: School year 2008–09

Public School Graduates and Dropouts from the Common Core of Data: School Year 2007–08

These tables present data on high school graduates and dropouts for the 2007–08 school year.  Data come from the 2007–08 CCD collection and include some data collected under EdFacts but not previously on the CCD. 

  • Table 1. Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR) by State and Sex:  School year 2007–08

Public School Graduates and Dropouts from the Common Core of Data: School Year 200607

These tables are from the report "Public School Graduates and Dropouts from the Common Core of Data: School Year 2006–07" (NCES 2010-313). They present the number of high school graduates, the Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR), and dropout data for grades 9 through 12 for public schools in school year 2006–07. The counts of graduates, dropouts, and enrollments by grade (which serve as the denominators for the graduation and dropout rates) are from the Common Core of Data (CCD) nonfiscal surveys of public elementary/secondary education. These data represent high school graduates receiving regular diplomas for the 2006–07 school year and dropouts from the 2006–07 school year.

  • Table 1. Public school number of graduates, Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, and estimated first-time ninth-graders in 2003–04, by state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 2. Public school number of graduates and Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, by race/ethnicity and state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 3. Public school Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, by year and state or jurisdiction: School years 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2005–06, and 2006–07

  • Table 4. Public high school number of dropouts, event dropout rate, and enrollment in grades 9–12, by state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 5. Public school number of dropouts and event dropout rate in grades 9–12, by grade, state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 6. Public high school number of dropouts and event dropout rate in grades 9–12, by race/ethnicity and state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 7. Public high school event dropout rate in grades 9–12, by state or jurisdiction: School years 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2005–06, and 2006–07

  • Table 8. Public school number of graduates, number of high school dropouts, and high school event dropout rate in grades 9–12, by gender: School year 2006–07

Public School Graduates and Dropouts from the Common Core of Data: School Year 2005–06

These tables are from the report "Public School Graduates and Dropouts from the Common Core of Data: School Year 2005–06" (NCES 2008-353rev). They present the number of high school graduates, the Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR), and dropout data for grades 9 through 12 for public schools in school year 2005–06. The counts of graduates, dropouts, and enrollments by grade (which serve as the denominators for the graduation and dropout rates) are from the Common Core of Data (CCD) nonfiscal surveys of public elementary/secondary education. These data represent high school graduates receiving regular diplomas for the 2005–06 school year and dropouts from the 2005–06 school year.

  • Table 1. Public school number of graduates, Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, and estimated first-time 9th graders in 2002–03, by state or jurisdiction: School year 2005–06

  • Table 2. Public school number of graduates and Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, by race/ethnicity and state or jurisdiction: School year 2005–06

  • Table 3. Public school Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, by year and state or jurisdiction: School years 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, and 2005–06

  • Table 4. Public school high school number of dropouts, event dropout rate, and enrollment in grades 9–12, by state or jurisdiction: School year 2005–06

  • Table 5. Public school number of dropouts and event dropout rate for grades 9–12, by state or jurisdiction: School year 2005–06

  • Table 6. Public school high school number of dropouts and event dropout rate, by race/ethnicity and state or jurisdiction: School year 2005–06

  • Table 7. Public school high school event dropout rate, by state or jurisdiction: School years 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, and 2005–06

  • Table 8. Public school high school event dropout rate and Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate, by region, locale, and district size: School year 2005–06

Averaged Freshman Graduation Rates by Race and Ethnicity: School Year 2004–05

The Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR) is an estimate of the percentage of the entering high school freshman class graduating in four years. The 2004–05 school year rate equals the number of students receiving high school diplomas that year divided by the average membership of the 8th grade class in 2000–01, the 9th grade class in 2001–02, and the 10th grade class in 2002–03. Membership is averaged for these three grades to control for students who take more than four years to complete high school. The AFGR is not adjusted to account for students transferring into, or out of, public schools between the 2000–01 and 2004–05 school years. Because of this, changes in enrollment among relatively small groups of students can affect the reliability of the AFGR, in some cases producing graduation rate estimates of more than 100 percent. Rates of more than 100 percent have been excluded from the tables that are published on this site. Readers should interpret the published AFGRs cautiously when they include relatively small groups of students.

  • Table 1. Public school averaged freshman graduation rate and components, American Indian/ Alaska Native students, by state or jurisdiction and race/ethnicity: School year 2004–05

  • Table 2. Public school averaged freshman graduation rate and components, Asian students, by state or jurisdiction and race/ethnicity: School year 2004–05

  • Table 3. Public school averaged freshman graduation rate and components, Hispanic students, by state or jurisdiction and race/ethnicity: School year 2004–05

  • Table 4. Public school averaged freshman graduation rate and components, black, non-Hispanic students, by state or jurisdiction and race/ethnicity: School year 2004–05

  • Table 5. Public school averaged freshman graduation rate and components, white, non-Hispanic students, by state or jurisdiction and race/ethnicity: School year 2004–05

Nonfiscal Data Tables

Public elementary, middle, and secondary school districts: Total student membership by state, district, metro-area, and charter status

The following tables present the school, enrollment, and teacher counts reported at the school level aggregated by various school characteristics including state, district, metro-area, city, charter status, and operational status.

  • Table 1. Number of schools, students, and teachers in regular schools with membership for the United States, by school operational and charter status and state: School years 2000–01 through 2010–11
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  • Table 2. Number of schools, students, and teachers in regular schools with membership for the 100 largest school districts in the United States, by school operational and charter status and state: School years 2000–01 through 2010–11
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  • Table 3. Number of schools, students, and teachers in regular schools with membership for the 100 largest metropolitan statistical areas in the United States, by school operational and charter status: School years 2002–03 through 2010–11
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  • Table 4. Number of schools, students, and teachers in regular schools with membership for the 100 largest cities in the United States, by school operational and charter status: School years 2000–01 through 2010–11
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Public elementary, middle, and secondary school students: Grade 12 enrollment and high school graduates by race/ethnicity, gender, and state

The following tables present the 12th grade enrollment and high school graduate counts by race/ethnicity, gender, and state for school years 1992-93 through 2010-11.

  • Table 1. Grade 12 enrollment, by race/ethnicity, gender, and state: School years 1992–93 through 2010–11
  • Table 2. Number of public high school graduates, by race/ethnicity, gender, and state: School years 1992–93 through 2008–09

Public elementary, middle, and secondary school districts: Total student membership by state, district, metro-area, and charter status

The following tables present the total enrollment reported at the LEA level aggregated by various school district characteristics including state, district, metro-area, and school district charter status for school years 2005-06 through 2009-10.

  • Table 1. Number of students receiving educational services in the 100 largest Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) in 200910: School years 200506 through 200910
  • Table 2. Number of students receiving educational services in the 100 largest school districts in 200910: School years 200506 through 200910
  • Table 3. Number of students receiving educational services, by state and district charter status: School years 200506 through 200910
  • Table 4. Number of students receiving educational services in the 100 largest Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) in 200910, by district charter status: School years 200506 through 200910
  • Table 5. Number of students enrolled in public elementary and secondary schools in the 100 cities with the largest student enrollment in the United States in 200910, by charter school status: 200102 through 200910
  • Table 6. Number of students enrolled in public elementary and secondary schools in the 100 counties with the largest student enrollment in the United States in 200910, by charter school status: 200102 through 200910

Public elementary, middle, and secondary schools: Percent of students eligible for free or reduced price lunch, 1999-2000 through 2009-10

The following four data tables present the percentage of public school students eligible for free and reduced price lunch by state and school level.

  • Table 1. Percent of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch by state and eligibility status: School years 1999-2000 through 2009-10
  • Table 2. Percent of elementary school students eligible for free or reduced price lunch by state and eligibility status:  School years 1999-2000 through 2009-10
  • Table 3. Percent of middle school students eligible for free or reduced price lunch by state and eligibility status:  School years 1999-2000 through 2009-10
  • Table 4. Percent of high school students eligible for free or reduced price lunch by state and eligibility status:  School years 1999-2000 through 2009-10

Public and BIE elementary and secondary schools: number of schools and enrollment in the American Indian and Alaska Native Areas, 200506 and 2007-08

The following data table presents the number of regular public and BIE schools with membership and number of students in the American Indian and Alaska (AIA) areas include Native American Reservations, Native American Land Off-Trust reservations, and Alaska Native Village Statistical areas.

  • Table 1. Number of public and Bureau of Indian Education elementary and secondary schools and students located in American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) areas

  • Table 2. Names and enrollments of public elementary and secondary schools located in American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) areas: 2007-08

Public elementary and secondary schools: number of schools and enrollment, 2005–06

The following two data tables present the number of regular public schools with membership and number of students in these schools in the 50 states and D.C. in each of the different combinations of lowest and highest grades offered.

  • Table 1. Number of regular public schools with membership in the 50 states and D.C., by grade range: School year 2005–06 (N = 86,792)

  • Table 2. Number of students in regular public schools with membership in the 50 states and D.C., by grade range: School year 2005–06 (N=47,957,475)

Public elementary and secondary schools: enrollment and staff, 2006–07

The following 4 data tables present public elementary and secondary school student enrollment and staff for School Year 2006–07.

  • Table 1. Public school student membership, by grade and state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 2. Public school student membership, by race/ethnicity and state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 3. Number of staff for public schools, by category and state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

  • Table 4. Total student membership, total staff, student/teacher ratio, and student/staff ratio for public elementary/secondary education, by teacher and staff category and state or jurisdiction: School year 2006–07

Fiscal Data Tables

Total students, revenues, expenditures, and expenditures per pupil for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania charter schools: Fiscal year 2011

The following table presents the Total students, revenues, expenditures, and expenditures per pupil for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania charter schools: Fiscal year 2011.

  • Table 1. Total students, revenues, expenditures, and expenditures per pupil for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania charter schools: Fiscal year 2011

Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2007-11

The following table presents the Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2007-11.

  • Table 1. Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2011
  • Table 2. Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2010
  • Table 3. Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2009
  • Table 4. Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2008
  • Table 5. Total students, revenues, current expenditures, current expenditures per pupil, total expenditures, and total expenditures per pupil for the 100 largest public elementary and secondary school districts in the United States: Fiscal year 2007

Revenues for Public K–12 Education, 2006–07

The following table reports revenues from state sources for elementary/secondary public education in school year 2006–07 (fiscal year 2007). The data are presented by state.

NCES Tables with CCD data

There are other reports at NCES that include CCD data. Some examples include:

Digest of Education Statistics

The primary purpose of the Digest of Education Statistics is to provide a compilation of statistical information covering the broad field of American education from prekindergarten through graduate school. The Digest includes a selection of data from many sources, both government and private, and draws especially on the results of surveys and activities carried out by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Condition of Education

This website has the key indicators of the condition of education in the United States. These indicators summarize important developments and trends using the latest statistics and are updated as data become available.

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