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The tables shown here complement those included in the publications that have been published using the HSLS:2009 data. Additional tables will be added to HSLS:2009 Table Library periodically.

The tables are all produced using the HSLS:2009 base year data file, which is available in public-use form using EDAT and in restricted-use form through obtaining a restricted-use license. The HSLS Variable List lists all the variables available in all of the HSLS data files.

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  • New Table Listing2009-10 ninth-graders' educational expectations
    • Tables/Figures Table 1. Percentage distribution of ninth-graders' educational expectations by family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 2. Percentage distribution of parents' educational expectations for their ninth-graders by family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 3. Percentage distribution of ninth-graders' educational expectations, by family structure: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 4. Percentage distribution of parents' educational expectations for their ninth-graders by family structure: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 5. Percentage distribution of ninth-graders' educational expectations, by parental involvement and student activities outside of school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 6. Percentage distribution of parents' educational expectations for their ninth-graders by parental involvement and student activities outside of school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 7. Percentage distribution of ninth-graders' educational expectations, by parental frequency of and confidence in help with homework: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 8. Percentage distribution of parents' educational expectations for their ninth-graders by parental frequency of and confidence in help with homework: 2009
  • New Table ListingBelief in 2009-10 belief in ninth-grader's ability to complete bachelor's degree by parent and student characteristics
    • Tables/Figures Table 9. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders' beliefs in their ability to complete bachelor's degree, by family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 10. Percentage distribution of parents' beliefs in their ninth-grader's ability to complete bachelor's degree in academic year 2009-10, by family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 11. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders' beliefs in their ability to complete bachelor's degree, by family structure: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 12. Percentage distribution of parents' beliefs in their ninth-grader's ability to complete bachelor's degree in academic year 2009-10, by family structure: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 13. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders' beliefs in their ability to complete bachelor's degree, by parental involvement and student activities outside of school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 14. Percentage distribution of parents' beliefs in their ninth-grader's ability to complete a bachelor's degree in academic year 2009-10, by parental involvement and student activities outside of school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 15. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders' beliefs in their ability to complete bachelor's degree, by parental frequency of and confidence in help with homework: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 16. Percentage distribution of parents' beliefs in their ninth-grader's ability to complete a bachelor's degree in academic year 2009-10, by parental frequency of and confidence in help with homework: 2009
  • New Table Listing2009-10 ninth-graders' plans for first year after high school by student and family characteristics
    • Tables/Figures Table 17. Percentage of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by plans for their first year after high school and selected student and family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 18. Percentage of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by plans for their first year after high school and family structure: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 19. Percentage of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by plans for their first year after high school, parental involvement, and student activities outside of school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 20. Percentage of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by plans for their first year after high school and parent's frequency of and confidence in help with homework: 2009
  • New Table Listing2009-10 ninth-graders' years of planned high school mathematics and science by student characteristics
    • Tables/Figures Table 21. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and selected student and family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 22. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and students' involvement in mathematics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 23. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and students' educational expectations and plans after high school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 24. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and selected students' attitudes toward education: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 25. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and students' attitudes toward math and science education: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 26. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and discussion of courses to take: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 27. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics and discussion of future plans and personal affairs: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 28. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-grade male and female students, by years of planned high school mathematics and students' perceptions of gender abilities: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 29. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school mathematics, participation in special programs, and peer influences: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 30. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and selected student and family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 31. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and students' involvement in science: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 32. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and students' educational expectations and plans after high school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 33. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and students' attitudes toward education: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 34. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and students' attitudes toward math and science education: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 35. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and discussion of courses to take: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 36. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science and discussion of future plans and personal affairs: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 37. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-grade male and female students, by years of planned high school science and students' perceptions of gender abilities: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 38. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by years of planned high school science, participation in special programs, and peer influences: 2009
  • New Table Listing2009-10 ninth-graders' enrolled math and science courses by student characteristics
    • Tables/Figures Table 39. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and selected student and family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 40. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and involvement in math: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 41. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and students' educational expectations and plans after high school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 42. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and attitudes toward education: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 43. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and attitudes toward math and science: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 44. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and discussion of courses to take: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 45. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and discussion of future plans and personal affairs: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 46. Percentage distribution of male academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and gender perceptions: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 47. Percentage distribution of female academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course and gender perceptions: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 48. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled mathematics course, participation in special programs, and peer influences: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 49. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and selected student and family characteristics: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 50. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and involvement in science: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 51. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and students' educational expectations and plans after high school: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 52. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and attitudes toward education: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 53. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and attitudes toward math and science: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 54. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and discussion of courses to take: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 55. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and discussion of personal affairs: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 56. Percentage distribution of male academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and gender perceptions: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 57. Percentage distribution of female academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course and gender perceptions: 2009
    • Tables/Figures Table 58. Percentage distribution of academic year 2009-10 ninth-graders, by enrolled science course, participation in special programs, and peer influences: 2009
  • New Table ListingSaving for college by high schoolers' families
    • Tables/Figures Table 1. Amount of college saving by parents who expect their high schooler to go to college, by amount set aside for their high schooler's college education: 1994, 2002, 2009

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