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Digest of Education Statistics
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES  

LIST OF 1999 DIGEST TABLES

Tables   Figures
 Chapter 1.  All Levels of Education
Enrollment, Teachers, and Schools
Table 1.Estimated number of participants in elementary and secondary education and in higher education: Fall 1999
Table 2.Enrollment in educational institutions, by level and control of institution: Fall 1980 to fall 2005
Table 3.Enrollment in educational institutions, by level and by control of institution: 1869-70 to fall 2009
Table 4.Teachers in elementary and secondary schools, and senior instructional staff in institutions of higher education, by control of institution: Fall 1970 to fall 2009
Table 5.Educational institutions, by level and control of institution: 1980-81 to 1997-98

Enrollment Rates
Table 6.Percent of the population 3 to 34 years old enrolled in school, by age: April 1940 to October 1998
Table 7.Percent of the population 3 to 34 years old enrolled in school, by race/ethnicity, sex, and age: October 1975 to October 1998

Educational Attainment
Table 8.Years of school completed by persons age 25 and over and 25 to 29, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1910 to 1998
Table 9.Highest level of education attained by persons age 18 and over, by age, sex, and race/ethnicity: March 1998
Table 10.Number of persons age 18 and over who hold a bachelor's or higher degree, by field of study, sex, race, and age: Spring 1993
Table 11.Educational attainment of persons 18 years old and over, by state: 1990 to 1998
Table 12.Educational attainment of persons 25 years old and over, by state and race/ethnicity: April 1990
Table 13.Educational attainment of persons 25 years old and over, for the 25 largest states: March 1998
Table 14.Educational attainment of persons 25 years old and over, for the 15 largest metropolitan areas: March 1995

Population
Table 15.Estimates of resident population, by age group: July 1, 1970 to July 1, 1999
Table 16.Estimates of school-age resident population, by race and sex: July 1, 1970 to July 1, 1999
Table 17.Estimated total and school-age resident populations, by state: 1970 to 1998

Characteristics of Families With Children
Table 18.Families, by family status and presence of own children under 18: 1970 to 1998
Table 19.Characteristics of families with own children under 18, by family status and race/ethnicity: 1998
Table 20.Household income and poverty rates, by state: 1990 and 1997-98
Table 21.Poverty status of persons, families, and children under 18, by race/ethnicity: 1959 to 1998

Opinions on Education
Table 22.Average grade that the public would give the schools in their community: 1974 to 1999
Table 23.Items most frequently cited by the general public as a major problem facing the local public schools: 1970 to 1999
Table 24.Public opinion of public and private school choice: 1989 to 1999
Table 25.Percent of elementary and secondary school children whose parents are involved in school activities and distribution of children by average grades, by selected child, parent, and school characteristics: 1996
Table 26.Percent of elementary school children whose parents are involved in education-related activities, by selected child, parent, and school characteristics: 1996
Table 27.Teachers' perceptions about serious problems in their schools, by type and control of school: 1990-91 and 1993-94
Table 28.Teachers' perceptions about teaching and school conditions, by type and control of school: 1993-94
Table 29.Public's level of confidence in various institutions: 1996 and 1998

Charitable Contributions
Table 30.Percentage of households contributing to education and other charitable organizations and average annual donation, by type of charity: 1989, 1991, 1993, and 1995

Finances
Table 31.Total expenditures of educational institutions related to the gross domestic product, by level of institution: 1959-60 to 1998-99
Table 32.Total expenditures of educational institutions, by level and control of institution: 1899-1900 to 1998-99
Table 33.Estimated total expenditures of educational institutions, by level, control of institution, and source of funds: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 34.Governmental expenditures, by level of government and function: 1970-71 to 1994-95
Table 35.Direct general expenditures of state and local governments for all functions and for education, by level and state: 1995-96
Table 36.Direct general expenditures per capita of state and local governments for all functions and for education, by level and state: 1995-96
Table 37.Gross domestic product, state and local expenditures, personal income, disposable personal income, median family income, and population: 1929 to 1998
Table 38.Gross domestic product deflator, Consumer Price Index, education price indexes, and federal budget composite deflator: 1919 to 1999
 Chapter 2.  Elementary and Secondary Education
Enrollment
Table 39.Historical summary of public elementary and secondary school statistics: 1869-70 to 1996-97
Table 40.Enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by level and state: Fall 1983 to fall 1998
Table 41.Enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by grade and state: Fall 1997
Table 42.Enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by grade and state: Fall 1996
Table 43.Enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by grade: Fall 1983 to fall 1997
Table 44.Average daily attendance in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1969-70 to 1996-97
Table 45.Enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by race or ethnicity and state: Fall 1986 and fall 1997
Table 46.Enrollment of 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children in preprimary programs, by level and control of program and by attendance status: October 1965 to October 1998
Table 47.Children of prekindergarten through second grade age, by enrollment status, maternal characteristics, and household income: 1991, 1993, and 1995
Table 48.Percent of public school kindergarten teachers indicating the importance of various factors for kindergarten readiness: Spring 1993
Table 49.Child care arrangements of preschool children, by age and household characteristics: 1991 and 1995
Table 50.Participation of public kindergarten children in selected activities 5 days a week, by length and size of class and teacher preparation: Spring 1993
Table 51.Number of hours children age 5 and under spend in center-based programs, by child and maternal characteristics, and household income: 1995
Table 52.Public school pupils transported at public expense and current expenditures for transportation: 1929-30 to 1996-97
Table 53.Children 0 to 21 years old served in federally supported programs for the disabled, by type of disability: 1976-77 to 1997-98
Table 54.Percentage distribution of disabled persons 3 to 21 years old receiving education services for the disabled, by age group and educational environment: 1996-97
Table 55.State legislation on gifted and talented programs and number and percent of students receiving services in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1993-94 and 1995-96
Table 56.Number of children served under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Chapter 1 of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act, State Operated Programs, by age group and state: 1990-91 to 1997-98
Table 57.Enrollment in grades 9 to 12 in public and private schools compared with population 14 to 17 years of age: 1889-90 to fall 1998
Table 58.Enrollment in foreign language courses compared with enrollment in grades 9 to 12 in public secondary schools: Fall 1948 to fall 1994
Table 59.Student participation in school programs and services, by control, level of school, and type of community: 1993-94

Private Elementary and Secondary Schools
Table 60.Private elementary and secondary enrollment, teachers, and schools, by selected characteristics: Fall 1997
Table 61.Private elementary and secondary staff and student/staff ratios, by level and orientation of school: 1993-94
Table 62.Private elementary and secondary enrollment and schools, by amount of tuition, level, and orientation of school: 1993-94
Table 63.Summary statistics on Catholic elementary and secondary schools, by level: 1919-20 to 1998-99
Table 64.Private elementary and secondary schools, enrollment, teachers, and high school graduates, by state: Fall 1997

Teachers and Other Instructional Staff
Table 65.Public and private elementary and secondary teachers and pupil/teacher ratios, by level: Fall 1955 to fall 1998
Table 66.Public elementary and secondary teachers, by level and state: Fall 1993 to fall 1998
Table 67.Teachers, enrollment, and pupil/teacher ratios in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: Fall 1992 to fall 1997
Table 68.Teachers in public and private elementary and secondary schools, by selected characteristics: 1993-94
Table 69.Highest degree earned, number of years teaching experience, and average class size for teachers in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1993-94
Table 70.Selected characteristics of public school teachers: Spring 1961 to spring 1996
Table 71.Public secondary school teachers, by subject taught: Spring 1966 to spring 1996
Table 72.Percent of vocational and nonvocational public school teachers of grades 9 to 12, by selected demographic and educational characteristics: 1993-94
Table 73.Mobility of public and private elementary and secondary teachers, by selected school and teacher characteristics: 1988-89 to 1994-95
Table 74.Average salaries for full-time teachers in public and private elementary and secondary schools, by selected characteristics: 1993-94
Table 75.Percentage distribution of public school students and teachers who reported how the level of violence within their schools had changed the past year: 1993-94 and 1998-99
Table 76.Number and percent of public schools reporting one or more incidents of the following crimes and total number of incidents of crimes in schools in which police or other law enforcement officials were contacted, by school characteristics: 1996-97
Table 77.Opinions of public school teachers, law enforcement officials, and public school students about why students carry weapons to school: 1998-99
Table 78.Estimated average annual salary of teachers in public elementary and secondary schools: 1959-60 to 1997-98
Table 79.Estimated average annual salary of teachers in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1969-70 to 1997-98
Table 80.Minimum and average teacher salaries, by state: 1990-91, 1996-97, and 1997-98
Table 81.Average annual salary of instructional staff in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1939-40 to 1997-98
Table 82.Estimated average annual salary of instructional staff in public elementary and secondary schools and average annual earnings of full-time employees in all industries: 1929-30 to 1997-98
Table 83.Staff employed in public elementary and secondary school systems, by functional area: 1949-50 to fall 1997
Table 84.Staff employed in public school systems, by type of assignment and state: Fall 1997
Table 85.Staff employed in public school systems, by type of assignment and state: Fall 1996
Table 86.Staff and teachers in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: Fall 1991 to fall 1997
Table 87.Staff, enrollment, and pupil/staff ratios in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: Fall 1991 to fall 1997
Table 88.Principals in public and private elementary and secondary schools, by selected characteristics: 1993-94

Schools and School Districts
Table 89.Public elementary and secondary students, schools, pupil/teacher ratios, and finances, by type of locale: 1996 and 1997
Table 90.Public school districts and public and private elementary and secondary schools: 1929-30 to 1997-98
Table 91.Public school districts and enrollment, by size of district: 1988-89 to 1997-98
Table 92.Number and percentage of public elementary and secondary local education agencies, by state and type of agency: 1996-97 and 1997-98
Table 93.Selected statistics on enrollment, teachers, graduates and dropouts in public school districts enrolling more than 15,000 pupils, by state: 1990, 1996, and 1997
Table 94.Revenues and expenditures of public school districts enrolling more than 15,000 pupils, by state: 1995-96
Table 95.Enrollment, poverty and federal funds for the 100 largest school districts: 1994-95, 1995-96, and 1997
Table 96.Public elementary and secondary schools, by type of school: 1967-68 to 1997-98
Table 97.Public elementary and secondary schools, by type and size of school: 1997-98
Table 98.Average size and distribution of enrollment of public elementary and secondary schools, by type: 1982-83 to 1997-98
Table 99.Public elementary and secondary school students, by racial/ethnic enrollment concentration of school: Fall 1994 and fall 1997
Table 100.Public elementary and secondary schools, by type and state: 1990-91 to 1997-98
Table 101.Public elementary schools, by grade span and average school size, by state: 1997-98
Table 102.Public secondary schools, by grade span and average school size, by state: 1997-98
Table 103.Percentage of public elementary and secondary schools with building deficiencies, by type of deficiency and state: 1994

High School Seniors, Completions, and Dropouts
Table 104.High school graduates compared with population 17 years of age, by sex and control of school: 1869-70 to 1998-99
Table 105.Public high school graduates, by state: 1969-70 to 1998-99
Table 106.High school graduates and dropouts in public elementary and secondary schools, by race/ethnicity and state: 1996-97
Table 107.General Educational Development (GED) credentials issued, and number and age of test takers: United States and outlying areas, 1971 to 1998
Table 108.Percent of high school dropouts (status dropouts) among persons 16 to 24 years old, by sex and race/ethnicity: April 1960 to October 1998
Table 109.Percent of high school dropouts (status dropouts) among persons 6 to 34 years old, by age, sex, and race/ethnicity: October 1970 to October 1998
Table 110.Students with disabilities exiting the educational system, by age, type of disability, and basis of exit: United States and outlying areas, 1994-95 and 1995-96
Table 111.Postsecondary education and employment status, wages earned, and living arrangements of special education students out of secondary school up to 3 years: 1990

Educational Achievement
Table 112.Average student proficiency in reading, by age and selected characteristics of students: 1971 to 1996
Table 113.Student proficiency in reading, by percentile and age: 1971 to 1996
Table 114.Student proficiency in reading, by age, amount of time spent on homework and reading habits: 1984, 1994, and 1996
Table 115.Percent of students at or above selected reading proficiency levels, by sex, race/ethnicity and age: 1971 to 1996
Table 116.Average proficiency in reading for 4th-graders in public schools, by selected characteristics, region, and state: 1994
Table 117.Percentage distribution of 4th-graders in public schools, by time spent on homework and television viewing each day: 1992 and 1996
Table 118.Average writing performance of 4th-, 8th-, and 11th-graders, by selected characteristics of students: 1984 to 1996
Table 119.Student values and attitudes toward writing, by grade level: 1984 to 1994
Table 120.Percent of students at or above selected history proficiency levels, by selected characteristics and grade level: 1994
Table 121.Average student proficiency in geography and U.S. history, by selected characteristics: 1994
Table 122.Percent of students at or above selected geography proficiency levels, by selected characteristics and grade level: 1994
Table 123.Average mathematics proficiency, by age and by selected characteristics of students: 1973 to 1996
Table 124.Percent of students at or above selected mathematics proficiency levels, by sex, race/ethnicity, control of school, and age: and age: 1978 to 1996
Table 125.Mathematics attainment for 8th-graders in public schools, by region and state: 1996
Table 126.Mathematics attainment for 4th-graders in public schools, by region and state: 1996
Table 127.Selected characteristics of 8th-grade students in public schools, by region and state: 1996
Table 128.Mathematics performance of 17-year-olds, by highest mathematics course taken, sex, and race/ethnicity: 1978 to 1996
Table 129.Percent of students at or above selected science proficiency levels, by sex, race/ethnicity, control of school, and age: 1977 to 1996
Table 130.Average performance in science for 8th-graders in public schools, by selected characteristics and state: 1996
Table 131.Average science proficiency, by age and by selected characteristics of students: 1970 to 1996
Table 132.Twelfth-graders' achievement on history, mathematics, reading, and science tests: 1992
Table 133.Performance of eighth-grade students in music, theatre, and visual arts, by selected characteristics of students: 1997
Table 134.Scholastic Assessment Test score averages, by race/ethnicity: 1986-87 to 1997-98
Table 135.Scholastic Assessment Test score averages for college-bound high school seniors, by sex: 1966-67 to 1998-99
Table 136.Scholastic Assessment Test score averages, by selected student characteristics: 1995-96, 1996-97, and 1997-98
Table 137.Scholastic Assessment Test score averages, by state: 1987-88 to 1997-98
Table 138.American College Testing (ACT) score averages, by sex: 1970 to 1998
Table 139.Average number of Carnegie units earned by public high school graduates in various subject fields, by student characteristics: 1982 to 1998
Table 140.Average number of Carnegie units earned by public school graduates in vocational education courses, by student characteristics: 1982 to 1998
Table 141.Percentage of high school graduates taking selected mathematics and science courses in high school, by sex and race/ethnicity: 1982 to 1998
Table 142.Percent of high school graduates earning minimum credits in selected combinations of academic courses, by sex and race/ethnicity: 1982 to 1998

Student Activities and Behavior
Table 143.Reasons given by twelfth-graders for taking current mathematics and science classes, by selected student and school characteristics: 1992
Table 144.Expected occupations of 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-graders at age 30, by selected student and school characteristics: 1988, 1990, and 1992
Table 145.Eighth-, tenth-, and twelfth-graders' attitudes about school climate, by student and school characteristics: 1988, 1990, and 1992
Table 146.Percentage of 3- to 5-year-olds who were read to every day in the last week by a family member: 1993, 1995, and 1996
Table 147.Participation of 10th- and 12th-graders in extracurricular activities, by selected student characteristics: 1990 and 1992
Table 148.Percent of high school seniors who plan to go to college after graduation, by student characteristics: 1982 and 1992
Table 149.Percent of high school seniors who say they engage in various activities, by student characteristics: 1982 and 1992
Table 150.Percent of high school seniors who participate in selected school-sponsored extracurricular activities, by student characteristics: 1980 and 1992
Table 151.Percentage of students in grades 9 through 12 who reported experience with drugs and violence on school property, by race/ethnicity, grade, and sex: 1995 and 1997
Table 152.Percent of 12- to 17-year olds reporting drug use during the past 30 days and the past year: 1982 to 1997
Table 153.Percent of high school seniors reporting drug use, by type of drug and frequency of use: 1975 to 1998
Table 154.Percent of public schools reporting crime incidents and the seriousness of crime incidents reported, by school characteristics: 1996-97

State Regulations
Table 155.Ages for compulsory school attendance, special education services for students, policies for year-round schools, and kindergarten programs, by state: 1997 and 1995
Table 156.Tenth- and twelfth-graders' attendance patterns, by selected student and school characteristics: 1990 and 1992
Table 157.State requirements for high school graduation, in Carnegie units: 1993, 1996, and 1998
Table 158.States using minimum-competency testing, by government level setting standards, grade levels assessed, and expected uses of standards: 1995-96
Table 159.States requiring testing for initial certification of teachers, by authorization, year enacted, year effective, and test used: 1990 and 1998

Revenues and Expenditures
Table 160.Revenues for public elementary and secondary schools, by source of funds: 1919-20 to 1996-97
Table 161.Revenues for public elementary and secondary schools, by source and state: 1996-97
Table 162.Revenues for public elementary and secondary schools, by source and state: 1995-96
Table 163.Funds and staff for state education agencies, by source of funding and state: 1992-93
Table 164.Current expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by state: 1969-70 to 1998-99
Table 165.Total expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by function and state: 1996-97
Table 166.Total expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by function and state: 1995-96
Table 167.Summary of expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by purpose: 1919-20 to 1996-97
Table 168.Total expenditures for public elementary and secondary education, by function and subfunction: 1990-91 to 1996-97
Table 169.Expenditures for instruction in public elementary and secondary schools, by subfunction and state: 1995-96 and 1996-97
Table 170.Total and current expenditure per pupil in public elementary and secondary schools: 1919-20 to 1998-99
Table 171.Current expenditure per pupil in average daily attendance in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1959-60 to 1996-97
Table 172.Current expenditures per pupil in fall enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, by state: 1969-70 to 1996-97
 Chapter 3.  Postsecondary Education
Degree-Granting Institutions
Enrollment
Table 173.Enrollment and staff in, and degrees conferred by, degree-granting and non-degree-granting Title IV eligible institutions: Fall 1997 and 1995 and 1996-97
Table 174.Historical summary of faculty, students, degrees, and finances in institutions of higher education: 1869-70 to 1996-97
Table 175.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by attendance status, sex of student, and control of institution: 1947 to 1997
Table 176.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by control and type of institution: 1965 to 1997
Table 177.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education, by attendance status, sex, and age: 1970 to 2009
Table 178.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by level, sex, age, and attendance status of student: 1997
Table 179.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution, and age and attendance status of student: 1997
Table 180.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by level of enrollment, sex, attendance status, and type and control of institution: 1997
Table 181.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution, attendance status, and sex of student: 1970 to 1997
Table 182.Fall enrollment and number of institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by affiliation of institution: 1980 to 1997
Table 183.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution, and attendance status, sex, and level of student: 1996 and 1997
Table 184.Total first-time freshmen enrolled in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by sex of student, attendance status, and type and control of institution: Fall 1955 to fall 1997
Table 185.Total first-time freshmen enrolled in institutions of higher education, by attendance status, sex, control of institution, and state: Fall 1992 to fall 1997
Table 186.College enrollment rates of high school graduates, by race/ethnicity: 1960 to 1998
Table 187.College enrollment rates of high school graduates, by sex: 1960 to 1998
Table 188.Graduation, college preparation, and college application rates of high school students, by selected school characteristics: 1993-94
Table 189.Enrollment rates of 18- to 24-year-olds in institutions of higher education, by race/ethnicity: 1967 to 1998
Table 190.Total undergraduate fall enrollment in institutions of higher education, by sex of student, attendance status, and control of institution: 1969 to 1997
Table 191.Total graduate fall enrollment in institutions of higher education, by attendance status, sex of student, and control of institution: 1969 to 1997
Table 192.Total first-professional fall enrollment in institutions of higher education, by attendance status, sex of student, and control of institution: 1969 to 1997
Table 193.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1970 to 1997
Table 194.Total fall enrollment in public institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1970 to 1997
Table 195.Total fall enrollment in private institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1970 to 1997
Table 196.Total fall enrollment in all degree-granting institutions, by attendance status, sex, and state: 1996 and 1997
Table 197.Total fall enrollment in public degree-granting institutions, by attendance status, sex, and state: 1996 and 1997
Table 198.Total fall enrollment in private degree-granting institutions, by attendance status, sex, and state: 1996 and 1997
Table 199.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by control, type of institution, and state: 1996 and 1997
Table 200.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by level of enrollment and state: 1996 and 1997
Table 201.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by control, level of enrollment, and state: 1997
Table 202.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by control, level of enrollment, and state: 1996
Table 203.Full-time-equivalent fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by control and type of institution: 1969 to 1997
Table 204.Full-time-equivalent fall enrollment in institutions of higher education, by control, type of institution, and state: 1995 to 1997
Table 205.Full-time-equivalent fall enrollment in institutions of higher education, by control and state: 1980 to 1997
Table 206.Residence and migration of all freshmen students in degree-granting institutions, by state: Fall 1996
Table 207.Residence and migration of all freshmen students in degree-granting institutions graduating from high school in the past 12 months, by state: Fall 1996
Table 208.Residence and migration of all freshmen students in 4-year colleges graduating from high school in the past 12 months, by state: Fall 1996
Table 209.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution and race/ethnicity of student: 1976 to 1997
Table 210.Total fall enrollment in institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by level of study, sex, and race/ethnicity of student: 1976 to 1997
Table 211.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by level, attendance status, sex, and race/ethnicity of student: 1996 and 1997
Table 212.Total number of institutions and fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions, by percentage minority enrollment: 1997
Table 213.Total fall enrollment in degree-granting institutions of higher education, by race/ethnicity of student and by state: 1992 to 1997
Table 214.Number and percent of students enrolled in postsecondary institutions, by disability status and selected student characteristics: 1995-96
Table 215.Enrollment of persons 14 to 34 years of age in institutions of higher education, by race/ethnicity, sex, and year of college: October 1965 to October 1998
Table 216.Enrollment in postsecondary education, by major field of study, age, and level of student: 1995-96
Table 217.Graduate enrollment in science and engineering programs in institutions of higher education, by field of study: United States and outlying areas, fall 1985 to fall 1997
Table 218.Degree-granting 2-year and 4-year institutions, by type, control, and size of enrollment: Fall 1996 and Fall 1997
Table 219.Enrollment of the 120 largest degree-granting college and university campuses: Fall 1997
Table 220.Selected statistics for degree-granting institutions enrolling more than 14,600 students in 1997
Table 221.Enrollment and degrees conferred in Hispanic serving institutions, by institution: Fall 1997 and 1996-97
Table 222.Enrollment and degrees conferred in tribally controlled institutions, by institution: Fall 1997
Table 223.Selected statistics on historically black colleges and universities: 1980, 1990, 1996, and 1997
Table 224.Fall enrollment, degrees conferred, and expenditures in historically black colleges and universities, by institution: 1997
Table 225.Fall enrollment in historically black colleges and universities, by type and control of institution: 1976 to 1997

Staff
Table 226.Employees in institutions of higher education, by primary occupation, employment status, and control of institution: Fall 1976, fall 1991, and fall 1995
Table 227.Employees in institutions of higher education by race/ethnicity, primary occupation, employment status and type and control of institution: Fall 1995
Table 228.Employees in institutions of higher education, by primary occupation, sex, employment status, and by type and control of institution: Fall 1995
Table 229.Staff and student/staff ratios in institutions of higher education, by type and control of institution and by state: Fall 1995

Faculty
Table 230.Full-time and part-time senior instructional faculty in institutions of higher education, by employment status, control, and type of institution: Fall 1970 to fall 1995
Table 231.Full-time instructional faculty in institutions of higher education, by race/ethnicity, academic rank, and sex: Fall 1995
Table 232.Full-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by instruction activities and type and control of institution: Fall 1992
Table 233.Part-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by instruction activities and type and control of institution: Fall 1992
Table 234.Percentage distribution of full-time and part-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by program area, race/ethnicity, and sex: Fall 1992
Table 235.Full-time and part-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by selected characteristics and type and control of institution: Fall 1992
Table 236.Full-time and part-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by type and control, academic rank, age, salary, race/ethnicity, and sex: Fall 1992
Table 237.Full-time and part-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by faculty characteristics and field: Fall 1992
Table 238.Average base salaries of full-time instructional faculty and staff in institutions of higher education, by type and control of institution and by field of instruction: 1987-88 and 1992-93
Table 239.Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in institutions of higher education, by academic rank, sex, and by type and control of institution: 1980-81, 1990-91, 1995-96, 1996-97, and 1997-98
Table 240.Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in institutions of higher education, by academic rank, sex, and control and type of institution: 1970-71 to 1997-98
Table 241.Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution and by state: 1997-98
Table 242.Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution and by state: 1996-97
Table 243.Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in 4-year degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution and rank of faculty and by state: 1997-98
Table 244.Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in 4-year degree-granting institutions, by type and control of institution and rank of faculty and by state: 1996-97
Table 245.Full-time instructional faculty with tenure for institutions reporting tenure status, 1980-81, 1990-91, 1995-96, 1996-97, and 1997-98

Institutions
Table 246.Institutions of higher education, by control and type of institution: 1949-50 to 1997-98
Table 247.Degree-granting institutions of higher education and branches, by type, control of institution, and state: 1997-98
Table 248.Institutions of higher education that have closed their doors, by control and type of institution: 1960-61 to 1997-98

Degrees
Table 249.Earned degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1869-70 to 2008-09
Table 250.Degrees awarded by institutions of higher education, by control, level of degree, and state: 1996-97
Table 251.Earned degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and by state: 1995-96 and 1996-97
Table 252.Associate degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by sex of student and field of study: 1990-91 to 1994-95
Table 253.Associate degrees and other subbaccalaureate awards conferred by institutions of higher education, by length of curriculum, sex of student, and field of study: 1996-97
Table 254.Associate degrees and other subbaccalaureate awards conferred by institutions of higher education, by length of curriculum, sex of student, and field of study: 1995-96
Table 255.Bachelor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by discipline division: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 256.Master's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by discipline division: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 257.Doctor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by discipline division: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 258.Bachelor's, master's, and doctor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by sex of student and field of study: 1996-97
Table 259.Degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by control of institution: 1969-70 to 1996-97
Table 260.Degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by control of institution, level of degree, and discipline division: 1996-97
Table 261.Degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by control of institution, level of degree, and discipline division: 1995-96
Table 262.Number of institutions of higher education conferring degrees, by level of degree and discipline division: 1996-97
Table 263.Number of institutions of higher education conferring degrees, by level of degree and discipline division: 1995-96
Table 264.First-professional degrees conferred by institutions of higher education in dentistry, medicine, and law, by sex, and number of institutions conferring degrees: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 265.First-professional degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by sex of student, control of institution, and field of study: 1985-86 to 1996-97
Table 266.Associate degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group and sex of student:1976-77 to 1996-97
Table 267.Associate degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1996-97
Table 268.Associate degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1995-96
Table 269.Bachelor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group and sex of student:1976-77 to 1996-97
Table 270.Bachelor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1996-97
Table 271.Bachelor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1995-96
Table 272.Master's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group and sex of student:1976-77 to 1996-97
Table 273.Master's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1996-97
Table 274.Master's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1995-96
Table 275.Doctor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group and sex of student:1976-77 to 1996-97
Table 276.Doctor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1996-97
Table 277.Doctor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1995-96
Table 278.First-professional degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group and sex of student: 1976-77 to 1996-97
Table 279.First-professional degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1996-97
Table 280.First-professional degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by racial/ethnic group, major field of study, and sex of student: 1995-96
Table 281.Earned degrees in agriculture and natural resources conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 282.Earned degrees in architecture and related programs conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 283.Earned degrees in the biological/life sciences conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1951-52 to 1996-97
Table 284.Earned degrees in biology, microbiology, and zoology conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 285.Earned degrees in business conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1955-56 to 1996-97
Table 286.Earned degrees in communications conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 287.Earned degrees in computer and information sciences conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 288.Earned degrees in education conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 289.Earned degrees in engineering conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 290.Earned degrees in chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 291.Earned degrees in English language and literature/letters conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 292.Earned degrees in modern foreign languages and literatures conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 293.Earned degrees in French, German, and Spanish conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 294.Earned degrees in the health professions and related sciences conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 295.Earned degrees in mathematics conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 296.Earned degrees in the physical sciences conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1959-60 to 1996-97
Table 297.Earned degrees in chemistry, geology, and physics conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 298.Earned degrees in psychology conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and by sex of student: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 299.Earned degrees in public administration and services conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 300.Earned degrees in the social sciences and history conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 301.Earned degrees in economics, history, political science and government, and sociology conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree: 1949-50 to 1996-97
Table 302.Earned degrees in visual and performing arts conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex of student: 1970-71 to 1996-97
Table 303.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees, by field of study: 1996-97
Table 304.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees in education: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 305.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees in engineering: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 306.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees in the humanities: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 307.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees in the life sciences: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 308.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees in the physical sciences: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 309.Statistical profile of persons receiving doctor's degrees in the social sciences: 1979-80 to 1996-97
Table 310.Doctor's degrees conferred by 60 large institutions of higher education: 1987-88 to 1996-97

Outcomes
Table 311.Percentage distribution of 1980 high school sophomores, by highest level of education completed through 1992, by selected student characteristics: 1980 to 1992
Table 312.Mean number of semester credits completed by bachelor's degree recipients, by major and course area: 1976, 1984, and 1992-93
Table 313.Percent of colleges and universities using various selection criteria for admission, by type and control of institution: 1990-91 to 1998-99
Table 314.Percent of colleges and universities offering remedial services, by type and control of institution: 1987-88 to 1998-99
Table 315.Percentage distribution of enrollment and completion status of first-time postsecondary students starting during the 1989-90 academic year, by type of institution and other student characteristics: 1994
Table 316.Scores on Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and subject matter tests: 1965 to 1998

Student Charges and Student Financial Assistance
Table 317.Average undergraduate tuition and fees and room and board rates paid by full-time-equivalent students in institutions of higher education, by type and control of institution: 1964-65 to 1998-99
Table 318.Average undergraduate tuition and fees and room and board rates paid by full-time-equivalent students in degree-granting institutions, by control of institution and by state: 1997-98 and 1998-99
Table 319.Average undergraduate tuition and fees and room and board rates in degree-granting institutions, by percentile distribution of students, type and control of institution: 1997-98 and 1998-99
Table 320.Average graduate and first-professional tuition and required fees in degree-granting institutions: 1987-88 to 1998-99
Table 321.Percent of undergraduates receiving aid, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics: 1995-96
Table 322.Average amount of financial aid awarded in 1995-96 per student, by type and source of aid and selected student characteristics
Table 323.Undergraduates enrolled full-time and part-time, by aid status and source of aid during 1995-96, and control and level of institution
Table 324.Percent of undergraduates receiving aid, by type and source of aid received, and by control and level of institution: 1992-93 and 1995-96
Table 325.Undergraduates enrolled full-time and part-time, by federal aid program and by control and level of institution: 1995-96
Table 326.Postbaccalaureate students enrolled full-time and part-time, by aid status, source of aid, and by level of study and control and level of institution: 1992-93 and 1995-96
Table 327.Postbaccalaureate students enrolled full-time and part-time, by type of aid and by level of study, control, and level of institution: 1992-93 and 1995-96
Table 328.Scholarship and fellowship awards of institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by control of institution: 1959-60 to 1995-96
Table 329.Pell Grant revenue of institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions compared to current-fund revenue and tuition, by type and control of institution: 1985-86 to 1995-96
Table 330.State awards for need-based undergraduate scholarship and grant programs, by state: 1987-88 to 1997-98

Income
Table 331.Current-fund revenue of institutions of higher education, by source: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 332.Current-fund revenue of public institutions of higher education, by source: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 333.Current-fund revenue of private institutions of higher education, by source: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 334.Current-fund revenue of private nonprofit institutions of higher education, by source: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 335.Current-fund revenue of institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by source of funds: 1919-20 to 1
Table 336.Revenue of degree-granting institutions, by source of funds, and by control and type of institution: 1995-96
Table 337.Current-fund revenue of public institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state, 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 338.Current-fund revenue of public degree-granting institutions, by source of funds and state: 1995-96
Table 339.Current-fund revenue of public institutions of higher education, by source of funds and state: 1994-95
Table 340.Current-fund revenue from state and local governments of institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1985-86 to 1995-96
Table 341.Current-fund revenue received from the federal government by the 120 institutions of higher education receiving the largest amounts: 1995-96

Expenditures
Table 342.Current-fund expenditures and expenditures per full-time-equivalent student in institutions of higher education, by type and control of institution: 1970-71 to 1995-96
Table 343.Current-fund expenditures and educational and general expenditures of institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by purpose and per student: 1929-30 to 1995-96
Table 344.Expenditures of degree-granting institutions, by purpose and by control and type of institution: 1995-96
Table 345.Current-fund expenditures of institutions of higher education, by purpose: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 346.Current-fund expenditures of public institutions of higher education, by purpose: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 347.Current-fund expenditures of private institutions of higher education, by purpose: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 348.Voluntary support for institutions of higher education, by source and purpose of support: 1959-60 to 1997-98
Table 349.Educational and general expenditures of public universities, by purpose: 1976-77 to 1995-96
Table 350.Educational and general expenditures of public 4-year colleges, by purpose: 1976-77 to 1995-96
Table 351.Educational and general expenditures of public 2-year colleges, by purpose: 1976-77 to 1995-96
Table 352.Educational and general expenditures of private (nonprofit) universities, by purpose: 1976-77 to 1995-96
Table 353.Educational and general expenditures of private (nonprofit) 4-year colleges, by purpose: 1976-77 to 1995-96
Table 354.Current-fund expenditures of public institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 355.Educational and general expenditures of public institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1980-81 to 1995-96
Table 356.Current-fund expenditures and educational and general expenditures of private institutions of higher education and degree-granting institutions, by state: 1985-86 to 1995-96
Table 357.Current-fund expenditures and educational and general expenditures of private nonprofit institutions of higher education, by state: 1985-86 to 1995-96
Table 358.Current-fund expenditures per full-time-equivalent student in higher education institutions, by control and type of institution and purpose of expenditure: 1995-96

Property
Table 359.Additions to physical plant value of institutions of higher education, by type of addition and control of institution: 1969-70 to 1995-96
Table 360.Value of property and liabilities of institutions of higher education: 1899-1900 to 1995-96
Table 361.Endowment funds of the 120 institutions of higher education with the largest amounts: Fiscal year 1996

Adult and Vocational Education
Adult Education
Table 362.Participation of employed persons, 17 years old and over, in adult education during the previous 12 months, by selected characteristics of participants: 1995 and 1999
Table 363.Participation in adult education during the previous 12 months by adults 17 years old and older, by selected characteristics of participants: 1991, 1995, and 1999
Table 364.Participants in adult basic and secondary education programs, by level of enrollment and state: Fiscal years 1980, 1990, and 1996

Vocational Education
Table 365.Non-degree granting institutions offering postsecondary education, by control and state: 1996-97 and 1997-98
 Chapter 4.  Federal Programs for Education and Related Activities
Table 366.Federal education support and estimated federal tax expenditures for education, by category: Fiscal years 1965 to 1999
Table 367.Federal on-budget funds for education and related programs, in current dollars, by agency: Fiscal years 1965 to 1999
Table 368.Federal on-budget funds for education, by level or other educational purpose, by agency and program: Fiscal years 1965 to 1999
Table 369.Estimated federal support for education, by agency and type of ultimate recipient: Fiscal year 1999
Table 370.Federal on-budget funds obligated for programs administered by the U.S. Department of Education: Fiscal years 1980 to 1999
Table 371.U.S. Department of Education outlays, by level of education and type of recipient: Fiscal years 1980 to 1999
Table 372.U.S. Department of Education appropriations for major programs, by state or other area: Fiscal year 1998
Table 373.Appropriations for Title I and Title VI, Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1994, by state or other area: 1997-98 and 1998-99
Table 374.Federal obligations for research and development and R&D plant, by state and selected agency: Fiscal year 1997
Table 375.Federal science and engineering obligations to colleges and universities, by agency and state: Fiscal year 1997
Table 376.Summary of federal funds for research, development, and R & D plant: Fiscal years 1991 to 1999
Table 377.U.S. Department of Agriculture obligations for child nutrition programs, by state or other area: Fiscal years 1997 and 1998
Table 378.U.S. Department of Health and Human Services allocations for Head Start and enrollment in Head Start, by state or other area: Fiscal years 1995 to 1998
Table 379.Public school students receiving federally funded free or reduced price lunches, by selected school characteristics: School year 1993-94
Table 380.Public and private school students receiving federally funded Chapter 1 services, by selected school characteristics: School year 1993-94
 Chapter 5.  Outcomes of Education
Educational Characteristics of the Workforce
Table 381.Percent of 18- to 25-year-olds reporting drug use during the past 30 days and the past year: 1982 to 1997
Table 382.Percent of 1972, 1982, and 1992 high school seniors who felt that certain life values were "very important," by sex: 1972 to 1994
Table 383.Labor force participation of persons 16 years old and over, by age, sex, race/ethnicity, and highest level of education: 1998
Table 384.Occupation of employed persons 25 to 64 years old, by educational attainment and sex: 1998
Table 385.Unemployment rate of persons 16 years old and over, by age, sex, race/ethnicity, and highest degree attained: 1996, 1997, and 1998
Table 386.Median annual income of year-round full-time workers 25 years old and over, by level of education completed and sex: 1989 to 1998
Table 387.Total annual money income and median income of persons 25 years old and over, by educational attainment and sex: 1997
Table 388.College enrollment and labor force status of 1997 and 1998 high school graduates, by sex and race/ethnicity: October 1997 and October 1998

Recent High School and College Graduates
Table 389.Labor force status of 1979-80 to 1997-98 high school dropouts, by sex and race/ethnicity: October 1980 to October 1998
Table 390.Employment of 12th graders, by selected student characteristics: 1992
Table 391.Full-time employment status of bachelor's degree recipients 1 year after graduation, by field of study: 1976 to 1991
Table 392.Employment status of 1992-93 bachelor's degree recipients 1 year after graduation, by field of study and occupational area: 1994
Table 393.Percentage of 1992-93 bachelor's degree recipients pursuing further education within one year after graduation, by type of enrollment and undergraduate major: April 1994
Table 394.Average annual salary of bachelor's degree recipients employed full-time 1 year after graduation, by field of study: 1976 to 1994
Table 395.Participation of young adults in voluntary or community service activities, by selected characteristics: 1992 to 1994
Table 396.Literacy skills of adults, 16 years old and over, by selected characteristics: 1992
 Chapter 6.  International Comparisons of Education
Table 397.School-age populations as a percent of total population: Selected countries, 1985, 1990, 1995, and 1996
Table 398.Percent of population enrolled in secondary and postsecondary institutions, by age group: Selected countries, 1985, 1990, and 1996
Table 399.Estimated population, school enrollment, and teachers in major areas of the world: 1980, 1990, 1995, and 1996
Table 400.Selected statistics for countries with populations over 10 million, by continent: 1980, 1990, and 1996
Table 401.Pupils per teacher in public and private elementary and secondary schools, by level of education: Selected countries, 1985 to 1996
Table 402.Geography proficiency of 13-year-olds in educational systems participating in the International Assessment of Educational Progress: 1991
Table 403.Average eighth grade mathematics scores by content areas, and average time spent studying out of school, by country: 1994-95
Table 404.Instructional practices and time spent teaching mathematics in eighth grade, by country: 1994-95
Table 405.Average eighth grade science scores by content areas, and average time spent studying out of school, by country: 1994-95
Table 406.Instructional practices and time spent teaching science in eighth grade, by country: 1994-95
Table 407.Average size of eighth grade mathematics classes, and frequency teachers assign mathematics homework, by country: 1994-95
Table 408.Eighth grade students' perceptions about mathematics achievement and hours spent on leisure activities, by country: 1994-95
Table 409.Average fourth grade mathematics scores, by content areas, and average time spent studying mathematics out of school, by country: 1994-95
Table 410.Average fourth grade science scores, by content areas, and average time spent teaching science in school, by country: 1994-95
Table 411.Average mathematics scores at the end of secondary school, by sex, and average time spent studying mathematics out of school, by country: 1994-95
Table 412.Average science scores, at the end of secondary school, by sex, and average time spent studying science out of school, by country:1994-95
Table 413.Reading literacy test scores of 9-year-olds: Selected countries, 1992
Table 414.Reading literacy test scores of 14-year-olds: Selected countries, 1992
Table 415.Number of bachelor's degree recipients per 100 persons of the theoretical age of graduation, by sex: Selected countries, 1989 to 1996
Table 416.Percent of bachelor's degrees awarded in science: Selected countries, 1985, 1990, and 1994 to 1996
Table 417.Percent of graduate degrees awarded in science: Selected countries, 1985, 1990, 1991, and 1996
Table 418.Public education expenditures per student, by level of student: Selected countries, 1985 to 1995
Table 419.Total public direct expenditures on education as a percentage of gross national product: 1985 to 1995
Table 420.Foreign students enrolled in institutions of higher education in the United States and outlying areas, by continent, region, and selected countries of origin: 1980-81 to 1997-98
 Chapter 7.  Learning Resources and Technology
Libraries
Table 421.Percentage of school library/media centers that offered selected services and equipment, and library/media center expenditures, by control and level of school: 1993-94
Table 422.Selected statistics on public school library/media centers, by level and enrollment size of school: 1993-94
Table 423.Selected statistics on public school library/media centers, by state: 1993-94
Table 424.Percent of public and private schools having access to selected telecommunication capabilities, by location of access site and control of school: 1995
Table 425.Percent of public schools and school classrooms having access to the Internet, by school characteristics: 1994 to 1998
Table 426.General statistics of college and university libraries: 1974-75 to 1994-95
Table 427.Selected statistics on the collections, staff, and operating expenditures of 60 large college and university libraries: 1996
Table 428.General statistics of public libraries, by population of legal service area: 1996
Table 429.Public libraries, books and serial volumes, library visits, and reference transactions, by state: 1996

Computers and Technology
Table 430.Percent of workers, 18 years old and over, using computers on the job, by selected characteristics and computer activities: October 1993 and October 1997
Table 431.Access to home computers, by selected characteristics of students and other users: October 1997
Table 432.Percent of home computer users using specific applications, by selected characteristics: October 1997
Table 433.Percent of student home computer users using specific applications, by selected characteristics: October 1997
Table 434.Student use of computers, by level of instruction and selected characteristics: 1984 to 1997

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