National Center for Education Statistics - NCES

National Center for Education Statistics - NCES The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education.
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See the updated International Data Explorer (IDE) tool! Make comparisons, run statistical tests, and analyze results fro...
03/03/2021

See the updated International Data Explorer (IDE) tool! Make comparisons, run statistical tests, and analyze results from PISA 2018 and other international studies. Dive into the data today: https://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pisa/idepisa/

You can explore data on student debt and financial aid with our National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS).Learn a...
02/28/2021

You can explore data on student debt and financial aid with our National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS).

Learn about NPSAS and access the data here: https://nces.ed.gov/surveys/npsas/

How much time was spent last week on home-based education for households with children in school?Find out with our Coron...
02/27/2021

How much time was spent last week on home-based education for households with children in school?

Find out with our Coronavirus Pandemic Information and Resources Page, which features data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey: https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coronavirus/

“The Digest has landed!”Access comprehensive education data from pre–K through grad school and beyond in our 2019 editio...
02/25/2021

“The Digest has landed!”

Access comprehensive education data from pre–K through grad school and beyond in our 2019 edition of The Digest of Education Statistics.

Browse this compilation of education information here: https://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid=2021009

The wait is almost over! The 55th edition of the Digest of Education Statistics will be available TOMORROW!Find the late...
02/24/2021

The wait is almost over! The 55th edition of the Digest of Education Statistics will be available TOMORROW!

Find the latest data on public school enrollment, student demographics, educational attainment, and much more.

This week, we will publish the 55th annual Digest of Education Statistics report!Find NEW 2019 stats on school environme...
02/23/2021

This week, we will publish the 55th annual Digest of Education Statistics report!

Find NEW 2019 stats on school environment, postsecondary enrollment, educational outcomes, trends in race/ethnicity and much more! Dive into the latest federal education data 2/25.

#NCE2021 may be over, but our virtual booth will continue to live online for attendees to revisit anytime over the next ...
02/23/2021

#NCE2021 may be over, but our virtual booth will continue to live online for attendees to revisit anytime over the next 12 months!

Take another look at Booth #526 whenever you have questions about education statistics! Or, as always, find our FREE data here at https://nces.ed.gov/

ANNOUCEMENT: We will release the 55th annual Digest of Education Statistics this week!This report features hundreds of d...
02/22/2021

ANNOUCEMENT: We will release the 55th annual Digest of Education Statistics this week!

This report features hundreds of data tables that present both new data from 2019 and historical trends over time. Countdown with us and get ready to dive into the Digest, 2/25!

Are you a teacher who wants to learn more about NCES surveys and resources?The Educators’ Corner of the NCES Kids’ Zone ...
02/22/2021

Are you a teacher who wants to learn more about NCES surveys and resources?

The Educators’ Corner of the NCES Kids’ Zone can help you discover our education resources, tools, and data: https://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/educators_corner.asp

In 2017–18, 66% of Black female and 58% of Black male public school teachers had earned a master’s degree or higher. Wha...
02/21/2021

In 2017–18, 66% of Black female and 58% of Black male public school teachers had earned a master’s degree or higher.

What percentage of Black public school principals had a master’s degree or higher?

Find out with our NTPS table: https://nces.ed.gov/surveys/ntps/tables/ntps1718_20082501_ta1n.asp #BlackHistoryMonth

Looking for some Sunday reading? Why not check out our blog?Learn about NCES report releases, find tips about navigating...
02/21/2021

Looking for some Sunday reading? Why not check out our blog?

Learn about NCES report releases, find tips about navigating our statistics, and more here: https://nces.ed.gov/blogs/nces/

What was the purpose of the Underground Railroad?Why was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington significant?Te...
02/20/2021

What was the purpose of the Underground Railroad?

Why was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington significant?

Test your knowledge this #BlackHistoryMonth with our NAEP Questions Tool: https://nces.ed.gov/NationsReportCard/nqt/

Our Fast Facts provide users with concise information on a range of educational topics, from early childhood to adult le...
02/20/2021

Our Fast Facts provide users with concise information on a range of educational topics, from early childhood to adult learning.

Browse Fast Facts here: https://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/

The Common Core of Data School Search tool can help you find a public school’s NCES School ID, learn more about public s...
02/20/2021

The Common Core of Data School Search tool can help you find a public school’s NCES School ID, learn more about public schools in your area, and more.

Check out the search tool: https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/

Thanks for stopping by our special online booth at this week’s #NCE2021!And thanks to AASA, The School Superintendents A...
02/19/2021

Thanks for stopping by our special online booth at this week’s #NCE2021!

And thanks to AASA, The School Superintendents Association for hosting such a great event for educators and admin—we look forward to seeing you all next year, whether in person or virtually. Keep connected to education stats at https://nces.ed.gov/

ICYMI: We are attending the National Conference on Education this week, hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Assoc...
02/19/2021

ICYMI: We are attending the National Conference on Education this week, hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association.

Use the video chat feature in our virtual booth to learn how each NCES survey respondent helps the U.S. Department of Education produce accurate, unbiased data on our nation’s schools. #NCE2021

With QuickStats, you can create simple tables importing variables from NCES datasets like the National Teacher and Princ...
02/19/2021

With QuickStats, you can create simple tables importing variables from NCES datasets like the National Teacher and Principal Survey, the High School Longitudinal Study, and the National Postsecondary Student Aid Study.

Explore QuickStats here: https://nces.ed.gov/datalab/index.aspx

Have questions about NCES surveys and why they are important to school administrators and education leaders?Scroll throu...
02/18/2021

Have questions about NCES surveys and why they are important to school administrators and education leaders?

Scroll through our #NCE2021 exhibit booth—or schedule a video chat—to explore our reliable, accurate, unbiased data resources about American education. AASA, The School Superintendents Association

JUST UPDATED: The International Data Explorer (IDE) now includes PISA 2018 data on reading, math, science, and financial...
02/18/2021

JUST UPDATED: The International Data Explorer (IDE) now includes PISA 2018 data on reading, math, science, and financial literacy.

Use our online data tool to conduct your own analyses and explore results from PISA and other international studies. https://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pisa/idepisa/

Attending the National Conference on Education event hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association this week?Fi...
02/18/2021

Attending the National Conference on Education event hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association this week?

Find us in the virtual exhibit hall to learn how datasets, like the National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), help educators and school administrators better understand trends and practices in our nation’s schools. #NCE2021

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Hello, I am a 3rd year PhD student from Saint Louis University doing my internship at the University of Alabama. I am currently trying to find someone who has a license to use restricted data from the NCES (specifically for the ECLS-B study). I thought that the data I was going to use was public access but I just recently realized that it is restricted access. I was told that if I can find someone who has a license for this that the individual could submit an addendum and grant me access. I know this is a long shot but I am on a time crunch and if I do not find anyone in the next few days I will have to rework my entire dissertation. If anyone has any information I would greatly appreciate it!