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ACS-ED Tables

The American Community Survey Education Tabulation (ACS-ED) provides social, economic, demographic, and housing characteristics about school-age children and their parents in school districts and states. This annually updated custom data collection is developed for NCES by the U.S. Census Bureau to help better understand the educational conditions of families and local school systems.

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Online table and regression maker tools featuring 30+ federal education datasets. Contains three powerful tools for your analytical needs: QuickStats Allows novice users to create simple tables and charts; PowerStats Allows researchers to create complex tables and logistic and linear regressions; and TrendStats Allows researchers to create complex tables spanning multiple data collection years. Also, contains the Tables Library which houses 5000+ published analysis tables by topic, publication, and source.

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Elementary/Secondary Information System (ELSi)

View public and private school data and create custom tables using ELSi—a quick and easy tool for obtaining basic statistical data using the most common variables and tables from CCD and PSS.

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International Data Explorer

The International Data Explorer (IDE) is an interactive online tool with data from international assessments and surveys, such as PISA and TIMSS. Use the IDE to explore student and adult performance on assessments and survey results for thousands of variables for the U.S. and other countries.

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IPEDS Data Center

Access IPEDS data submitted to NCES through our data tools or download the data to conduct your research.

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National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Data Explorer

This tool provides you with tables of detailed results from NAEP's national and state assessments. The data are based on information gathered from the students, teachers, and schools that participated in NAEP.

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