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Special Analysis 2008

Part A. Students Who Enroll in Community Colleges Immediately After High School

Table S-SA-22. Standard errors for the percentage distribution of the spring 2004 12th-grade cohort who enrolled immediately after high school in a postsecondary institution, by control and type of institution and educational plans and expectations: 2004
  In 2-year institution
  In 4-year institution
Plans and expectations Public Private
for-profit
  Public Private not-
for-profit
Private
for-profit

     Total 0.87 0.19   0.82 0.68 0.17
Post-high school educational plans            
  Plan to get postsecondary education 0.86 0.19   0.82 0.69 0.17
    Vocational, technical, or trade school 4.50 3.76   1.90 1.12 1.89
    2-year community college 1.24 0.45   0.84 0.51 0.55
    4-year college or university 0.71 0.11   0.86 0.80 0.16
  Don’t plan to continue 16.07  
  Don’t know or unspecified plans 4.76 1.43   3.99 1.21
Highest educational attainment expected in 2004 (when in 12th-grade)            
  Don’t know 3.48 1.32   2.78 2.31 1.10
  High school diploma or less 8.41   6.81
  Attend or complete 2-year college 2.33 1.68   1.11 0.82 0.85
  Attend or complete 4-year college 1.26 0.22   1.19 0.84 0.29
  Obtain graduate degree 0.88 0.08   1.07 1.07 0.18
Highest educational attainment expected 2 years later (2006)            
  Don’t know 3.29 1.32   2.68 2.05 1.03
  Attend or complete 2-year college 2.37 1.39   1.68 1.00 0.93
  Attend or complete 4-year college 1.33 0.26   1.25 0.90 0.27
  Obtain graduate degree 0.88 0.09   1.00 0.99 0.20

† Not applicable.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 (ELS:2002), “Second Follow-up, 2006.”

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