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Youth Indicators 1996

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Preliminary Sections

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction

HOME

A. Demographics and Family Composition
1. Number of Young Adults
2. Population Projections of Young People
3. Marriage
4. Divorce
5. Marriage and Divorce Rates
6. Births
7. Births to Unmarried Women, by Age and Race
8. Births to Unmarried Women, International Comparisons
9. Pregnancy, Abortion, and Births
10. Families with Children
11. Children of Single Parents
12. Family Formation
13. Housing Condition of Children
14. Living Arrangements of Young Adults
15. Household Composition

B. Family Income
16. Median Family Income
17. Family Income
18. Parents' Employment
19. Mothers' Employment
20. Median Income
21. Poverty
22. Federal Aid to Families
23. Child Support

SCHOOL

A. Description
24. College Costs
25. School Enrollment
26. Reported High School Program
27. Race of Students
28. School Completion
29. Dropouts
30. Pupil/Teacher Ratios and Expenditures per Student
31. Computer Use by Students

B. Outcomes
32. Degrees Conferred
33. Reading Proficiency
34. Writing Proficiency
35. Mathematics Proficiency
36. Science Proficiency
37. International Achievement Comparison
38. International Comparison of Educational Systems

  C. Out-of-School Experiences
39. Extracurricular Activities
40. After School Activities
41. Sports Participation
42. Employment of 16- and 17-Year-Old Students
43. Spending Patterns of High School Seniors
44. Spending of Young Adults

HEALTH

45. Health Insurance
46. AIDS Knowledge and Attitudes
47. Athletics and Exercise
48. Illness
49. Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drug Use
50. Death
51. Causes of Death
52. Victims of Violent Crime

CITIZENSHIP AND VALUES

53. Volunteer Work and Community Affairs
54. Religion
55. Values
56. Job Satisfaction
57. Attitudes Compared with Parents' Views
58. Arrests
59. Types of Crime
60. Educational Aspirations

FUTURE

61. Activities After High School
62. Employment of Young Adults
63. Unemployment of Young Adults
64. Employment of High School Graduates
65. Earnings After High School
66. Job Transitions
67. Employment of College Students
68. Employment of Dropouts
69. Earnings and Education



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