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If you are familiar with the datasets, you can access the DAS applications using the pull-down menu above. Otherwise, please read the descriptions below. There are 2 DAS applications that are only available in the Windows version. They are noted below.  See About DAS for Windows for more information.

 

Early Childhood

Children born in 2001

The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort (ECLS-B) follows children who were born in 2001 through their kindergarten year in school. Information has been collected when the children were approximately 9 months old (2001-2002), 2 years old (2003-2004), and in preschool (one year away from kindergarten, Fall 2005). Data will be collected again in fall 2006 and fall 2007. Children, their parents, their child care providers, and their teachers and school administrators provide information on children's cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development, as well as characteristics of the child, his or her parents, household, child care arrangements, classrooms, and schools. The data file is constructed at the child level. More...

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Secondary Education

High School Students
High School and Beyond (HS&B). Follows the educational and personal development of students beginning in 10th and 12th grades for 6-12 years. Issues that can be addressed include family status, employment outcomes, voting behavior, patterns of enrollment in postsecondary education, postsecondary expectations, and patterns of educational attainment. These students were interviewed every two years through 1986 and then in 1992 (sophomores only) and 1996 (seniors only). More...

Seniors in 1972 followed for 14 years
National Longitudinal Study (NLS). Follows the senior class of 1972 through their early 30's. Includes a wealth of information on education, employment, family formation, and attitudes. Issues that can be addressed include the activities of high school graduates, the consequences of alternative choices during young adulthood, and outcomes of these choices later in life. These students were interviewed in 1972, 1973, 1976, 1979, and 1986. More...

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Household Data

National Household Education Surveys (NHES)

This survey asked persons 16 years of age or older about their participation in basic skills courses, English as a second language (ESL) courses, credential (degree or diploma) programs, apprenticeships, work-related courses, and personal development/interest courses. Nonparticipants in selected types of adult education were asked about their interest in educational activities and their perceived barriers to participation in adult education. Also includes extensive background, employment, and household information. More...

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