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Index to 2000 HSTS Tabulations Report Tables

Tables of results of the NAEP 2000 High School Transcript Study are available in HTML form. The tables available are listed below. They can also be downloaded as Microsoft Excel files using the links on the right.

Download all the Excel files in a single ZIP file (788K).

Table 1.Number and percentage distribution of high school graduates, unweighted, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 2.Number and percentage distribution of high school graduates, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 3.Number of high school graduates, unweighted, by student program and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 4.Number of high school graduates, by student program and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 5.Mean number of course credits earned by high school graduates, by subject field and subject area: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 6.Mean grade point average earned by high school graduates, by subject field and subject area: Selected years, 1987–2000
Table 7.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 8.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution and student gender: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 9.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution and by student race/ethnicity: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 10.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution and student program: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 11.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution and community type: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 12.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution and school type: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 13.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by credit distribution and region of the country: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 14.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by state law governing graduation requirements: 2000
Table 15.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by state law governing graduation requirements: 1998
Table 16.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by state law governing graduation requirements: 1994
Table 17.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by state law governing graduation requirements: 1990
Table 18.Percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits, by state law governing graduation requirements: 1987
Table 19.Change in the percentage of high school graduates who earned at least the minimum core course curriculum credits among high school graduates in 2000 and other years: Selected years, 1982–1998
Table 20.Correlation of NAEP mathematics and science scores of high school graduates with number of course credits earned, by subject field and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 21.Correlation of NAEP mathematics and science scores of high school graduates with grade point average, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 22.Correlation of NAEP mathematics and science scores of high school graduates with number of days absent each year, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 23.Correlation of NAEP mathematics and science scores of high school graduates with graduation class size, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 24.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field: 2000
Table 25.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field: 1998
Table 26.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field: 1994
Table 27.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field: 1990
Table 28.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field: 1987
Table 29.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field: 1982
Table 30.Percentage of high school graduates who earned various numbers of course credits and mean number of earned course credits, by subject field and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 31.Mean number of course credits earned by high school graduates, by subject field and selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 32.Mean grade point average earned by high school graduates, by subject field and selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1987–2000
Table 33.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in English, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 34.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in social studies, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 35.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in mathematics, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 36.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in science, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 37.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in foreign language, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 38.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in computer-related studies, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 39.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in fine arts courses, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 40.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in vocational courses, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 41.Percentage of high school graduates who earned minimum course credits in personal health and physical education, by selected school and student demographic characteristics: Selected years, 1982–2000
Table 42.Mean NAEP mathematics scores of high school graduates, by course credits earned and subject field: 2000
Table 43.Mean NAEP mathematics scores of high school graduates, by course credits earned, in subject fields and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 44.Mean NAEP mathematics scores of high school graduates, by completion status of minimum core course curriculum credits: 2000
Table 45.Mean NAEP mathematics scores of high school graduates, by completion status of minimum core course curriculum credits and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 46.Mean NAEP mathematics scores of high school graduates, by grade point average and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 47.Mean NAEP science scores of high school graduates, by course credits earned and subject field: 2000
Table 48.Mean NAEP science scores of high school graduates, by course credits earned in subject fields and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 49.Mean NAEP science scores of high school graduates, by completion status of minimum core course curriculum credits: 2000
Table 50.Mean NAEP science scores of high school graduates, by completion status of minimum core course curriculum credits and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 51.Mean NAEP science scores of high school graduates, by grade point average and selected school and student demographic characteristics: 2000
Table 52.Number and percentage of high school graduates earning course credits in all secondary subjects, by Classification of Secondary School Courses (CSSC) code: Selected years 1982–2000

Last updated 28 June 2007 (HM)

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