The National Household Education Surveys Program (NHES), the flagship household survey program of the National Center for Education Statistics, collects nationally representative, descriptive data on the educational activities of children and adults in the United States. NHES surveys are conducted every 3 years on topics including early education, family involvement in schools, homeschooling, and adult training and education. These data may be used to analyze trends over time. In 2019, the NHES will collect data about young children's care and education before kindergarten, parent involvement in education from kindergarten to high school, and homeschooling.
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June 26, 2019:The Costs of Childcare: Results From the 2016 Early Childhood Program Participation Survey (ECPP-NHES:2016)
May 22, 2019:The Condition of Education 2019
April 2, 2019:Relationship Between Educational Attainment and Labor Underutilization
February 20, 2019:Status and Trends in the Education of Racial and Ethnic Groups 2018
Findings from the National Household Education Surveys show that in 2016 more than one quarter of adults had a nondegree credential, including a postsecondary certificate, occupational license, or occupational certification.