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Projections of Education Statistics to 2014, published September 2005.

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School-Age Population

Figure 1 Actual and projected numbers for school-age populations: 1989 to 2014

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Elementary and Secondary Schools

Figure 2 Actual and projected numbers for enrollment in elementary and secondary schools, by grade level: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 3 Actual and projected numbers for enrollment in elementary and secondary schools, by control of school: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 4 Actual and projected numbers for enrollment in elementary and secondary schools, by selected grade level: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 5 Projected percentage change in grades PK–12 enrollment in public schools, by state: Fall 2002 to fall 2014
Figure 6 Projected percentage change in grades PK–8 enrollment in public schools, by state: Fall 2002 to fall 2014
Figure 7 Projected percentage change in grades 9–12 enrollment in public schools, by state: Fall 2002 to fall 2014

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College-Age Population

Figure 8 Projected percentage change in grades 9–12 enrollment in public schools, by state: Fall 2002 to fall 2014
Figure 9 Actual and projected numbers for college-age populations (30–34 years and 35–44 years): 1989 to 2014

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Degree-Granting Institutions

Figure 10 Actual and alternative projected numbers for enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 11 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by age group: Fall 1994, 2004, and 2014
Figure 12 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment of men in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by age group: Fall 1994, 2004, and 2014
Figure 13 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment of women in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by age group: Fall 1994, 2004, and 2014
Figure 14 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by sex: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 15 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by attendance status: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 16 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by control of institution: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 17 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, by type of institution: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 18 Actual and alternative projected numbers for undergraduate enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 19 Actual and alternative projected numbers for postbaccalaureate enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 20 Actual and alternative projected numbers for full-time-equivalent enrollment in degree-granting postsecondary institutions: Fall 1989 to fall 2014

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High School Graduates

Figure 21 Actual and projected numbers for high school graduates: 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 22 Actual and projected numbers for high school graduates, by control of school: 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 23 Projected percentage change in public high school graduates, by state: 2001–02 to 2013–14

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Degrees Conferred

Figure 24 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for associate’s degrees, by sex of recipient: 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 25 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for bachelor’s degrees, by sex of recipient: 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 26 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for master’s degrees, by sex of recipient: 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 27 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for doctor’s degrees, by sex of recipient: 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 28 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for first-professional degrees, by sex of recipient: 1988–89 to 2013–14

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Elementary and Secondary Teachers

Figure 29 Actual and alternative projected numbers for elementary and secondary teachers: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 30 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for elementary and secondary teachers, by control of school: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 31 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for the pupil/teacher ratios in elementary and secondary schools: Fall 1989 to fall 2014
Figure 32 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for the pupil/teacher ratios in elementary and secondary schools, by control of school: Fall 1989 to fall 2014

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Expenditures

Figure 33 Actual and alternative projected numbers for current expenditures for public elementary and secondary schools (in constant 2002–03 dollars): 1988–89 to 2013–14 43
Figure 34 Actual and alternative projected numbers for current expenditures per pupil in fall enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools (in constant 2002–03 dollars): 1988–89 to 2013–14
Figure 35 Estimated and alternative projected numbers for average annual salaries of elementary and secondary teachers in public schools (in constant 2002–03 dollars): 1988–89 to 2013–14

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Current-Fund Expenditures

Figure 36 Actual and middle alternative projected numbers for current-fund expenditures for public degree-granting institutions, by type of institution (in constant 2002–03 dollars): 1988–89 to 2013–14

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