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Bersudskaya, Vera; Chen, Xianglei – National Center for Education Statistics, 2011
Career and technical education (CTE) is a significant component of high school education. For the last several decades, more than 90 percent of public high school graduates have earned at least some credits in CTE, with graduates from the class of 2005 earning an average of 4.0 CTE credits (Hudson and Laird 2009; Levesque 2003; Levesque et al.…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Secondary Education, Skilled Workers, Employment Opportunities
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Bersudskaya, Vera; Wei, Christina Chang – National Center for Education Statistics, 2011
From 1995-96 to 2007-08, the number of undergraduates in the United States grew from about 16.7 million to 21 million (Horn and Berktold 1998; Wei et al. 2009). In 2007-08, two-thirds of all undergraduates received some type of financial aid, including grants, loans, work-study, or some combination of these types of aid. These Web Tables provide…
Descriptors: Paying for College, Undergraduate Students, Student Financial Aid, Student Loan Programs
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Bersudskaya, Vera; Cataldi, Emily Forrest – National Center for Education Statistics, 2011
These Web Tables focus on public school teachers in grades 9-12 who taught primarily career and technical education (CTE), academic, or other subjects during the 2007-08 school year. CTE teachers are grouped based on their main subject area: nonoccupational CTE, including family and consumer sciences education and general labor market preparation,…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Public School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Academic Education
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Chen, Xianglei; Bersudskaya, Vera; Cubarrubi, Archie – National Center for Education Research, 2011
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires that Title IV degree-granting institutions disclose annually the graduation rates of first-time, full-time degree- or certificate-seeking undergraduate students, disaggregated by gender, each major racial/ethnic subgroup, and receipt or non-receipt of a federal Pell grant or subsidized…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Opportunities, Federal Legislation, Disclosure