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|NCES 2014046REV||Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) 2012 U.S. Restricted Use File (RUF)
The PIAAC U.S. RUF contains individual unit record data including both responses to the background questionnaire and the cognitive assessment from the original U.S. PIAAC data collection completed in 2012. Statistical disclosure control treatments were applied due to confidentiality concerns. In addition to the variables in the PUF (NCES 2014-045REV), the RUF contains detailed versions of variables and additional data collected through U.S. specific questionnaire routing. The RUF can be accessed through a restricted use license agreement with the National Center for Education Statistics. For more details on the RUF, please refer to Appendix J of the U.S. PIAAC Technical Report (NCES 2014-047).
Important note to users:
These original 2012 data have been updated, reweighted, and revised with the release of the PIAAC 2012/2014 restricted-use dataset (NCES 2016-668). That dataset should be used for analyses instead of this original version unless you are seeking to reproduce historic analyses.
Revision Release: May 2015
|NCES 2014045REV||Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) 2012 U.S. Public Use File (PUF)
The PIAAC U.S. PUF contains individual unit record data including both responses to the background questionnaire and the cognitive assessment from the original U.S. PIAAC data collection completed in 2012. Statistical disclosure control treatments were applied due to confidentiality concerns. For more details on the PUF, please refer to Appendix J of the U.S. PIAAC Technical Report (NCES 2014-047).
Important notes to users:
Revision Release: August 2015
|NCES 2014047||Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) 2012: U.S. Main Study Technical Report
Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) 2012: U.S. Main Study Technical Report is a technical manual that describes how these data were collected and processed as well as how to use the data files to conduct statistical analyses. Information is presented on meeting PIAAC consortium requirements, sample design, listing of dwelling units, data collection, reducing the risk of data disclosure, the need for conducting a nonresponse bias analysis, weighting and variance estimation, and data preparation and processing. The appendices of the Technical Report include background questionnaire adaptations, data collection reports, interviewer training reports, outreach materials, interviewer debriefing report, basic analysis tables, extended analysis tables, weighted item response rates, technical notes, and data user guidance.
Important note to users:
These original 2012 data have been updated, reweighted, and revised with the release of the PIAAC 2012/2014: Main Study and National Supplement Technical Report (NCES-2016-036). That dataset should be used for analyses instead of this original version unless you are seeking to reproduce historic analyses.
|NCES 2014008||Literacy, Numeracy, and Problem Solving in Technology-Rich Environments Among U.S. Adults:
Results from the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies 2012
This report presents results of the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). Results are reported for a representative sample of adults in the United States age 16 to 65 and are compared to an international average of adults in countries/regions that participated in the PIAAC 2012 assessment. The report presents average score results for three separate scales: literacy, numeracy, and problem solving in technology-rich environments and percentages of adults performing at different proficiency levels for each scale. Literacy and numeracy results are reported at Below Level 1, Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, and Level 4/5; problem solving in technology-rich environments is reported at Below Level 1, Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3. The report includes results for groups of adults as defined by various demographic characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race/ethnicity, and level of educational attainment) and level of skill use in and outside of work. Overall results in literacy and numeracy are compared to results from previous international assessments.
This report has been updated with PIAAC 2012/2014 data. Please click here to view the latest report.
|NCES 2009071||Adult Literacy and Lifeskills Survey Restricted-Use Data File and User's Guide: 2003
This CD-ROM includes the 2003 Adult Literacy and Lifeskills Survey (ALL) household restricted-use data files, including items from the background questionnaire and cognitive assessment. Both files are in the electronic codebooks. Instructions for installing the data from the electronic codebook are included in the User's Guide.
|NCES 2006073||Findings from the Condition of Education 2006: U.S. Student and Adult Performance on International Assessments of Educational Achievement
This report contains a special analysis that is republished from the Condition of Education 2006 in a booklet form. This analysis presents key findings of recent international assessments that examine the performance of U.S. students in reading, mathematics, science, and the literacy of adults compared with the performance of their peers in other countries.
|NCES 2006614||Education Statistics Quarterly-Vol. 7 Issues 1&2
The Quarterly offers a comprehensive overview of work done across all of NCES. Each issue includes short publications and summaries covering all NCES publications and data products released in a given time period as well as notices about training and funding opportunities. In addition, each issue includes a featured topic with invited commentary, and a note on the topic from NCES.
|NCES 2005117||Highlights From the 2003 International Adult Literacy and Lifeskills Survey (ALL) - (Revised)
This Issue Brief provides key findings from the 2003 international Adult Literacy and Lifeskills Survey (ALL), including overall literacy and numeracy performance of U.S. adults ages 16-65 compared to their peers in 5 other countries. Breakdowns of performance by sex and race/ethnicity are also provided.
|NCES 200101||Cross-National Variation in Educational Preparation for Adulthood: From Early Adolescence to Young Adulthood
This paper presents key indicators of educational and employment status for students making the transition from early adolescence to young adulthood.
|NCES 9733||Working Paper: Adult Literacy: An International Perspective
This report presents the first two chapters of a forthcoming larger report on adult literacy in the United States. These first chapter provides a comparison of the literacy levels of adults in 12 nations -- Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States, Australia, Flemish-speaking Belgium, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. The second chapter takes this same comparative view of the relationship between literacy levels and, respectively, employment, occupational status and income, across all but one of these nations.
|NCES 98053||Adult Literacy in OECD Countries: Technical Report on the First International Adult Literacy Survey
This report has three objectives. First, the report attempts to document how the survey was conducted in each country and what was known at the time of the release of Literacy, Economy and Society about the extent of bias in each countries data. Second, the report includes the results of additional analyses which were undertaken to shed empirical light on the French concerns. These analyses are presented in the Appendices of the report. Thus, this volume should provide readers to draw their own informed conclusions about the quality of the data and the value of the study. Finally, the document serves the dual purpose of sensitizing countries considering participation in future rounds of IALS data collection about the need to adhere to the stated design specifications, and of informing the introduction of enhanced quality assurance procedures into the survey methodology. These enhancements will be documented in future editions of this report.
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