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Administrative Data Collections at NCES

The Administrative Data Division at NCES collects data from all state and local K-12 education agencies and from all postsecondary schools or institutions of higher education. Administrative data at NCES is organized by collections, which report on several different kinds of educational data that are of interest to the public, education professionals, researchers, and policymakers. The five main data collections are listed below, along with a table that provides links to the most recent data available and a schedule of upcoming releases.

Non-Fiscal Common Core of Data (CCD Non-Fiscal)
The Non-Fiscal Common Core of Data is a comprehensive, annual, national database of all public elementary and secondary schools and school districts. It includes data on school types, enrollment, demographics, and more.

Fiscal Common Core of Data (CCD Fiscal)
The Fiscal Common Core of Data is a centralized repository of information on the revenues and expenditures of public elementary and secondary schools, school districts, and state departments of education.

Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System collects data on postsecondary education in the United States in eight areas: institutional characteristics; institutional prices; admissions; enrollment; student financial aid; degrees and certificates conferred; student persistence and success; and institutional resources including human resources, finances, and academic libraries.

Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Survey (SLDS)
The Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Survey (SLDS)reports on the types of data that are included in state education agencies' statewide longitudinal data systems (SLDSs), how they use SLDS data to inform policy, and the capacity of their SLDSs for automated linking of K-12 student data to other data, including teacher, postsecondary, workforce, Perkins career and technical education (CTE), and early childhood data.

Education Demographic and Geographic Estimates (EDGE)
The Education Demographic and Geographic Estimates program uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey to create indicators of social, economic, and housing conditions for school-age children and their parents. It also uses spatial data collected by NCES and the Census Bureau to create geographic locale indicators, school point locations, school district boundaries, and other types of data to support spatial analysis.

Collection Most Recent Data Forthcoming Data (Estimated Release Date)
CCD Non-Fiscal
Directory 2022–2023 School Year: District, School
2021–2022 School Year: State
2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
Membership 2021–2022 School Year: State, District, School 2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
Staff 2021–2022 School Year: State, District, School 2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
School Characteristics 2021–2022 School Year: School 2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
Lunch Program Eligibility 2021–2022 School Year: School 2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
Dropouts and Completers 2009–2010 School Year: District 2018–2019 School Year (Winter 2024)
CCD Fiscal
Revenues & Expenditures 2019–2020 School Year: District
2020–2021 School Year: State
2020–2021 School Year: District (Fall 2023)
IPEDS
Fall Survey Components 2022–2023 School Year 2023–2024 School Year (Summer 2024)
Winter Survey Components 2021–2022 School Year 2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
Spring Survey Components 2021–2022 School Year 2022–2023 School Year (Winter 2024)
SLDS
SLDS Survey 2019 & 2020 Survey Years 2021 & 2022 Survey Years (Fall 2024)
EDGE
American Community Survey
         (ACS) - Comparable Wage Index
         for Teachers (CWIFT)
2019 2021 (Winter 2024)
American Community Survey
         (ACS) - Education Tabulation
2017–2021 Survey: Total Population, Children,

Parents
2018–2022 ACS (Spring 2024)
Geographic Relationship Files 2022 2023 (TBD)
Locale Boundaries 2021 TBD
School Attendance Boundary Survey (SABS) 2015–2016 School Year No Update Planned
School District Boundaries 2021–2022 School Year 2022–2023 School Year (Winter 2024)
School District Office Locations 2021–2022 School Year 2022–2023 School Year (Winter 2024)
School Locations — Public 2021–2022 School Year 2022–2023 School Year (Winter 2024)
School Locations — Private 2019–2020 School Year TBD
School Locations — Postsecondary 2021–2022 School Year 2022–2023 School Year (Fall 2023)
School Neighborhood Poverty
         Estimates Spatially Interpolated
         Demographic Estimates (SIDE)
2020–2021 School Year TBD
Zip Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA)
         Locale Assignments
2021 2022 (TBD)