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|NCES 2018164||Literacy and Numeracy Skills of U.S. Men and Women
This Data Point examines the literacy and numeracy skills of U.S. men and women using combined data from the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) in 2012 and 2014. Men and women did not have different literacy scores, but men had higher numeracy scores overall, as well as in each age group and educational attainment level examined.
|NCES 2018137||Teachers' jobs outside their school system
This report describes the percentage of teachers who earned income from working outside their school system, whether the job was related to teaching or not, and earnings from those jobs by region.
|NCES 2018116||Teacher Satisfaction With Salary and Current Job
This report describes the percentage of teachers who are satisfied with their salary for teaching and compares the job satisfaction of teachers who are satisfied and dissatisfied with their teaching salary.
|NCES 2018097||Public School Teacher Spending on Classroom Supplies
This report describes the percentage of public school teachers who spend their own money on classroom supplies without reimbursement, and the amount of money spent by these teachers.
|NCES 2018058||Role of Education in Work Experience Programs
This 2-page Data Point examines the extent to which work experience programs (such as internships and apprenticeships) are related to formal education, and the characteristics of these education-based programs.
|NCES 2018014||Public School Principals’ Perceptions of Influence by School Level and Community Type
This report describes public school principals’ perceptions of their influence on establishing curriculum and decisions concerning the budget at their school.
|NCES 2018063||Services to Support Parent Involvement by Community Type, Sector, and School Classification
This report describes the availability of services to support parent involvement.
|NCES 2018057||Degree and Nondegree Credentials Held by Labor Force Participants
This 2-page Data Point examines the extent to which adults who do not have postsecondary degrees have other nondegree credentials, including postsecondary certificates and occupational certifications and licenses.
|NCES 2018093||Repetition and Power Imbalance in Bullying Victimization at School
This data point shows students who reported repetition and power imbalance were components of the bullying they experienced and impact of the bullying they experienced on various aspects of their lives, such as their school work, relationships with family and friends, feelings about themselves, and their physical health.
|NCES 2018095||Changes in Bullying Victimization and Hate-Related Words at School Since 2007
This data point shows changes in reports of bullying and being called hate-related words at school from 2007 to 2015.
|NCES 2018096||Students' Relationships in School and Feelings About Personal Safety at School
This data point investigates the relationship between students' feelings of safety in school and their perceptions about the level of crime in their home neighborhoods and school neighborhoods.
|NCES 2018043||Participation in High School Career and Technical Education and Postsecondary Enrollment
This 2-page Data Point uses data from the Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 to look at the relationship between high school CTE coursetaking and later enrollment in postsecondary education.
|NCES 2018434||Beginning College Students Who Change Their Majors Within 3 Years of Enrollment
This Data Point uses data from the 2012/14 Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study (BPS:12/14) to examine the extent to which first-time associate’s and bachelor’s degree students change their majors within the first 3 years of enrollment. The report focuses on how the rate at which students change major varies with their degree program and field of study.
|NCES 2017249||Collaborative Problem Solving Skills of 15-Year-Olds: Results From PISA 2015
The focus of this Data Point is on the performance of students in the United States relative to their peers in 50 other education systems that participated in the PISA collaborative problem solving assessment in 2015. The PISA assessment of collaborative problem solving measured students’ ability to solve a problem by sharing the understanding and effort required to come to a solution, and pooling their knowledge, skills, and effort to reach that solution. Readers interested in more detailed data related to collaborative problem solving should also visit the NCES PISA website for data tables and figures. Please visit https://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pisa/pisa2015/index.asp to learn more.
|NCES 2017013||College Applications by 2009 High School Freshmen: Differences by Race/Ethnicity
This report uses data from the High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09) 2013 Update collection to look at college applications by high school freshmen four years later.