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Apr24

NCES Releases "The Feasibility of Collecting School-Level Finance Data, School Year 2013-14"

This Research and Development (R&D) report presents school-level finance data on expenditures by function from the pilot School-Level Finance Survey (SLFS). » More info

Apr24

Availability of services in schools to support parent involvement

This Data Point describes the availability of parent support services by community type, school sector, and school classification. » More info

Apr17

A Look at CTE Programs in Public School Districts

This First Look introduces data on CTE programs. » More info

Apr12

New Report Provides Projections of Education Statistics to 2026

The new report shows that elementary and secondary school enrollment is expected to increase by 2 percent between 2014 and 2026. » More info

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COE 2017

The Condition of Education is an annual report to Congress summarizing important developments and trends in the U.S. education system. The report presents 50 indicators on topics ranging from prekindergarten through postsecondary education, as well as labor force outcomes and international comparisons. Discover how you can use the Condition of Education to stay informed about the latest education data.

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Data Snapshot

Problem Solving Skills of 15-year-olds, 2013The U.S. average score on PISA 2012 Problem Solving was 508, which was higher than the OECD-PS average of 500.

SOURCE: Key findings from PISA 2012 Problem Solving: United States

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The Condition of Education

Condition of EducationBrowse key indicators on the condition of education in the United States at all levels, from prekindergarten through postsecondary, as well as labor force outcomes and international comparisons. The indicators summarize important developments and trends using the latest statistics, which are updated throughout the year as new data become available.

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