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Projections of Education Statistics to 2016
NCES 2008-060
December 2007


Table B-5. Actual and projected numbers for fall enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, change in fall enrollment from previous year, population, and fall enrollment as a ratio of the population: 1991–92 through 2016–17
 
School year Fall enrollment (in thousands) Change in fall enrollment from previous year (in thousands) Population (in millions) Fall enrollment as a ratio of the population
Actual
1991–92  42,047 830 253.5 0.166
1992–93  42,823 776 256.9 0.167
1993–94  43,465 642 260.3 0.167
1994–95  44,111 647 263.4 0.167
1995–96 44,840 729 266.6 0.168
1996–97  45,611 771 269.7 0.169
1997–98 46,127 516 272.9 0.169
1998–99  46,539 412 276.1 0.169
1999–2000 46,857 319 279.3 0.168
2000–01  47,204 346 282.4 0.167
2001–02 47,672 468 285.3 0.167
2002–03 48,183 511 288.2 0.167
2003–04 48,540 357 291.1 0.167
2004–05 48,795 255 293.9 0.166
 
Projected
2005–06  49,028 233 296.6 0.165
2006–07  49,370 342 298.4 0.165
2007–08  49,610 240 301.1 0.165
2008–09  49,812 202 303.8 0.164
2009–10  50,028 216 306.5 0.163
2010–11  50,303 275 309.2 0.163
2011–12  50,653 350 311.8 0.162
2012–13  51,093 440 314.5 0.162
2013–14  51,579 487 317.2 0.163
2014–15  52,135 556 319.9 0.163
2015–16  52,733 598 322.6 0.163
2016–17  53,300 567 325.3 0.164
NOTE: Calculations were made using unrounded numbers.  Some data have been revised from previously published figures.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Current Population Estimates and Projections (September 2004). U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), “State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education,” 1991–92 through 2004–05; and Elementary and Secondary Enrollment Model, 1972–2004. (This table was prepared December 2006.)
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