US Ed Report Suggests Better College Prep And Progress

The Condition of Education 2012

Today, Commissioner Jack Buckley, National Center for Education Statistics, released The Condition of Education 2012 The 49 indicators presented in The Condition of Education 2012 provide a progress report on education in America and include findings on the demographics of American schools, U.S. resources for schooling, and outcomes associated with education.

Report findings include:

• In 2008-09, about three-quarters of the 2004-05 freshman class graduated with a regular diploma from public high schools.

• From 2000 to 2010, undergraduate enrollment in postsecondary institutions increased from 13 million students to 18 million. During this period, undergraduate enrollment in private for-profit institutions quadrupled – from 0.4 million students in 2000 to 1.7 million in 2010.

• Between 1980 and 2011, the percentages of White, Black and Hispanic 25- to 29-year-olds who had a bachelor’s degree increased. Yet, during this period, the gap in bachelor’s degree attainment between Blacks and Whites increased from 13 to 19 percentage points, and the gap between Whites and Hispanics increased from 17 to 26 percentage points.

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One comment on “US Ed Report Suggests Better College Prep And Progress”

  1. Thanks for such great reporting. To you and to Jack Buckley. It’s the exact report we were dreaming to make an analysis and to add at our website.

    Again, thank you. We are happy to be your regular readers.

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