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Research Triangle Inst., Durham, NC. – 1976
As part of the National Longitudinal Study of the High School Class of 1972 (NLS), this report summarizes some descriptive information about participation in postsecondary education and participation in jobs since leaving high school based on the analysis of responses to the First Follow-Up Questionnaire. Its purpose is only to highlight and…
Descriptors: Ability, Employment, Geographic Regions, Graduate Surveys
Eckland, Bruce K.; Bailey, J. P., Jr. – 1977
The National Longitudinal Study (NLS) is a long-term program designed to determine what happens to young adults after they leave high school, as measured by their subsequent educational and vocational activities, plans, aspirations, and attitude at various points in time. The second followup survey, which is reported here, began in October 1974…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Family Life, Family Mobility, Followup Studies