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Dropout Rates in the United States: 1994


LIST OF TABLES: APPENDIX A

Appendix Tables

A1. Standard errors and population sizes for Table 1: Event dropout and retention rates and number and distribution of dropouts from grades 10-12, ages 15-24, by sex, race-ethnicity, income, and region: October 1994

A2. Standard errors for Table 2: Event dropout and retention rates and number and distribution of dropouts from grades 10-12, ages 15-24, by age group: October 1994

A3. Standard errors for Table 3: Membership, dropout count and rate for grades 9-12, 1993 94

A4. Standard errors for Table 4: Rate and number of status dropouts, ages 16-24: October 1990 through October 1994

A5. Standard errors for Table 5: Rate, number, and distribution of status dropouts, ages 16-24, by sex, race-ethnicity, income, and region: October 1994

A6. Standard errors for Table 6: Percentage distribution of status dropouts, ages 16-24, by level of schooling attained and race-ethnicity: October 1994

A7. Standard errors for Table 7: Status dropout rate, ages 16-24, by income and race-ethnicity: October 1994

A8. Standard errors for Table 8: Status dropout rate, ages 16-24, by region and race-ethnicity: October 1994

A9. Standard errors for Table 9: Population distribution, ages 16-24, by region and race-ethnicity: October 1994

A10. Standard errors for Table 10:NELS:88 8th- to 12th-grade cohort dropout rates, by sex and race-ethnicity: 1992

A11. Standard errors for Table 11: NELS:88 eighth grade cohort dropout rates and completion status, by sex and race-ethnicity: August 1992/1

A12. Standard errors for Table 12: HS&B and NELS:88 10th- to 12th-grade cohort dropout rates, by demographic characteristics: August 1982 and 1992

A13. Standard errors for Table 13: Percentage of HS&B 1980 and NELS:88 sophomore cohort dropouts who reported that various reasons for dropping out of school applied to them, by sex and race-ethnicity: 1982 and 1992

A14. Standard errors for Table 14: High school completion rates and method of completion of 18- through 24-year-olds not currently enrolled in high school or below, by race-ethnicity/1: October 1990 through October 1994

A15. Standard errors for Table 15: Completion rates and number and distribution of completers, ages 18 through 24 years old, by sex, race-ethnicity, and region: October 1994

A16. Standard errors and population sizes for Table 16: High school completion rates of 18- through 24-year-olds, by state, October 1989-91 and 1992-94

A17. Standard errors for Table 17: Completion status of eighth grade class of 1988, August 1992 and spring 1994

A18. Standard errors for Table 18: Percentage of NELS:88 eighth graders by high school completion status, by race-ethnicity, sex, and socioeconomic status: 1994

A19. Standard errors for Table 19: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders by postsecondary enrollment status, by high school completion status, spring 1994

A20. Standard errors for Table 20: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders never enrolled in postsecondary education by race-ethnicity, by high school completion status, spring 1994

A21. Standard errors for Table 21: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders never enrolled in postsecondary education by race-ethnicity, by socioeconomic status and high school completion status, fall 1994

A22. Standard errors for Table 22: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders never enrolled in postsecondary education by sex, by socioeconomic status and high school completion status, fall 1994

A23. Standard errors for Table 23: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders by employment and education status in 1993, by high school completion status, sex, and socioeconomic status: 1994

A24. Standard errors for Table 24: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders by employment and education status by high school completion status, by race-ethnicity, fall 1994

A25. Standard errors for Table 25: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders without a regular high school diploma by socioeconomic status, by race-ethnicity, fall 1994

A26. Standard errors for Table 26:Percentage of 1988 eighth graders by employment and education status, by high school completion status, by sex and socioeconomic status

A27. Data for Table 27: Median income for 1988 eighth graders not enrolled in educational programs and reporting income, by high school completion status, by socioeconomic status and race-ethnicity: 1994

A28. Data for Table 28: Median income for 1988 eighth graders not enrolled in educational programs, by high school completion status, by sex and socioeconomic status: 1994

A29. Standard errors for Table 29: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders by number of children born, by high school completion status: 1994

A30. Standard errors for Table 30: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders by marital/living arrangements, by high school completion status: 1994

A31. Standard errors for Table 31: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders with children, by time of birth of first child, by high school completion status: 1994

A32. Standard errors for Table 32: Percentage of NELS:88 eighth graders with at least one child, by race-ethnicity, by graduation status and socioeconomic status: Spring 1994

A33. Standard errors for Table 33: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders with at least one child, by sex, by graduation status and socioeconomic status: 1994

A34. Standard errors for Table 34: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders with children born to scheduled graduation (8/92), by sex, by graduation status and socioeconomic status and socioeconomic status: 1994

A35. Standard errors for Table 35: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders with at least one child, by race-ethnicity, by graduation status and socioeconomic status: 1994

A36. Standard errors for Table 36: Percentage of 1988 eighth graders ever married or in a marriage-like arrangement, by race-ethnicity, by graduation status and socioeconomic status: 1994

A37. Standard errors for Table 37: Percentage of NELS:88 eighth graders ever married or in a marriage-like arrangement, by sex, by graduation status and socioeconomic status: 1994

A38. Data for Figure A: Proportion of 15- to 24-year-olds dropping out of grades 10 to 12, proportion of 16- to 24-year-olds who were dropouts, and proportion of 18- to 24-year-olds who completed high school: October 1972 to 1994

A39. Data for Figure 1: Event dropout rates for grades 10-12, ages 15-24, by race-ethnicity: October 1972 through October 1994

A40. Standard errors for Figure 1: Event dropout rates for grades 10-12, ages 15-24, by race-ethnicity: October 1972 through October 1994

A41. Supporting data for Figure 2: Event dropout rates for grades 10-12, ages 15-24, by age group: October 1972 through October 1994

A42. Standard errors for Figure 2: Event dropout rates for grades 10-12, ages 15-24, by age group: October 1972 through October 1994

A43. Supporting data for Figure 3: Status dropout rates for persons ages 16-24, by race-ethnicity: October 1972 through October 1994

A44. Standard errors for Figure 3: Status dropout rates for persons ages 16-24, by race-ethnicity: October 1972 through October 1994

A45. Data for Figure 4: High school completion rates for all 18- through 24-year- olds, by race-ethnicity: October 1972 through October 1994

A46. Standard errors for Figure 4: High school completion rates for all 18- through 24-year-olds, by race-ethnicity: October 1972 through October 1994

A47. Data and standard errors for Figure 5: Median income for 1988 eighth graders not enrolled in educational programs and reporting income, by high school graduation status: 1994

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