CD-ROM, DVD, Video List - Subject - Education Data
Education Statistics and Data
1991 Survey of Recent College Graduates, Public Release File
ED 1.334/2:SU 7/CD
The RCG was designed to analyze the occupational outcomes and educational experiences of
bachelor's and master's degree recipients who graduated from colleges and universities in the
continental US. The survey was conducted in 1976, 1978, 1981, 1985, 1987 and 1991. More recent
data collections of a longitudinal nature are undertaken by B&B.
1993 National Study of Postsecondary Faculty, Public Use Faculty and Institution Files,
January 1998, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:F 11/CD
The NSOPF was designed to provide data about faculty to postsecondary education researchers,
planners, and policymakers. NSOPF is currently the most comprehensive study of faculty in
postsecondary educational institutions. The NSOPF is a survey of faculty in 2-year or higher
accredited postsecondary institutions, institution-level representatives, and department
chair-persons. The survey was initially conducted during the 1987-88 school year and was
repeated in 1992-93.
1995 Third International Mathematics and Science Study Data, User's Guide, and United States Technical Report Compilation, September 2001, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:M 42/5/CD
Data in ASCII format. Includes software for data output in SAS and SPSS formats.
1996 National and State Summary Data Tables, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:D 26/3/CD
Mathematics and science results from the 1996 National Assessment of Educational Progress
(NAEP) and the 1996 NAEP State Assessments. NAEP survey website has updated data.
Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study Second Follow-up, DAS, Public
Access-Data Analysis System, December 1999, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:B 12/CD
The first B&B cohort included students, identified in NPSAS:93, who completed a bachelor's
degree in 1992-93. Those students were asked a number of questions about their future
employment and education expectations as well as about their undergraduate education. The
B&B:93 first follow-up in 1994 (B&B:93/94) collected information about job search activities after
graduation as well as information concerning education and employment experiences after
graduation. Individuals who had shown an interest in becoming teachers were asked additional
questions about their pursuit of this career, and if teaching, about their current teaching position. In
addition, the first follow-up collected undergraduate transcripts whenever possible. The second
follow-up in 1997 (B&B:92/97) collected information on education, employment, and other
experiences since the last interview. It also collected current Federal aid and loan status
Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:P 84/yr/CD
The BPS followed first time beginning students from the NPSAS conducted in 1989-90. NPSAS:90
asked additional questions of students eligible for BPS concerning background and experiences
related to completion of postsecondary education. The BPS:90/92 data further describe the
experiences during, and transitions through, postsecondary education and into the labor force, as
well as family formation. Transfers, persisters, stopouts/dropouts, and vocational completers were
among those who completed interviews in the first follow-up conducted in 1992. In the second
follow-up, conducted in 1994, many will have completed a bachelor's degree as well. Base year
(NPSAS:90) data and first follow-up (BPS:(90/92) are available as a single data file.
Common Core of Data (CCD), School Years … through ..., (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:C 73/yr range
A comprehensive, annual, national statistical database of information concerning all public
elementary and secondary schools (approximately 91,000) and school districts (approximately
16,000). The CCD consists of five surveys completed annually by state education departments
from their administrative records. Information included are: a general description of schools and
school districts, including name, address, and phone number; data on students and staff, including
demographics; and fiscal data, including revenues and current expenditures.
Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998-99, Data Files and
Electronic Code Book, ECLS-K Base Year Public-Use, February 2001, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:C 43
The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study (ECLS) Program has both descriptive and analytic
purposes. The descriptive purposes are to provide national data on (1) children's status at birth
and at various points thereafter; (2) children's transitions to nonparental care, early education
programs, and school; and (3) children's experiences and growth through the fifth grade. The
analytic purpose of the program is to provide data to test hypotheses about the effects of a wide
range of family, school, community, and individual variables on children's development, early
learning, and early performance in school. CD-ROM includes schoo. Teacher and child data in
ASCII format, software, data files, electronic codebooks, survey instruments, record layouts.
Project website does not include data.
Education Statistics on Disk, CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:ST 2/996/CD
2,600 tables, charts and text files from NCES publications:
Federal Libraries and Information Centers Data FY 1994 on Disk, (Floppy)
ED 1.334/2:L 61/FLOPPY
High School & Beyond, Fourth Follow-Up (sophomore Cohort HS&B:1992, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:H 53/2/CD
The HS&B describes the activities of seniors and sophomores as they progressed through high
school, postsecondary education, and into the workplace. The data span 1980 through 1992 and
include parent, teacher, high school transcripts, student financial aid records, and postsecondary
transcripts in addition to student questionnaires and interviews.
High School and Beyond
1980-1986. The HS&B describes the activities of seniors and sophomores as they progressed
through high school, postsecondary education, and into the workplace. The data span 1980
through 1992 and include parent, teacher, high school transcripts, student financial aid records,
and postsecondary transcripts in addition to student questionnaires and interviews.
IEA Civic Education Study, August 2002, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:C 49/CD
IEA Civic Education Study, August 2002; Revised May 2003, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:C 49/2003/CD
"The Civic Education Study (CivEd), conducted in 1999, will provide information on what U.S. ninth-graders know about democratic practices and institutions in relationship to students in 27 other participating countries." Contains data files (ASCII), electronic code book, user's guide, tutorial, individual codebooks for the school, teacher and student data and a crosswalk of U.S. to international variables. Project website.
IPEDS, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (CD-ROM)
1990-1995. The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), established as the
core postsecondary education data collection program for NCES, is a system of surveys designed
to collect data from all primary providers of postsecondary education. IPEDS is a single,
comprehensive system designed to encompass all institutions and educational organizations
whose primary purpose is to provide postsecondary education. The IPEDS system is built around
a series of interrelated surveys to collect institution-level data in such areas as enrollments,
program completions, faculty, staff, finances, and academic libraries.
NAEP Data on Disk, 1994 Almanac Viewer
ED 1.334/2:AL 6/CD
In 1994, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) assessed the reading, U.S.
History, and geography knowledge and skills of nationally representative samples of students in
grades 4, 8, and 12. NAEP also assessed representative samples of students from 44 states and
jurisdictions in reading (grade 4). The almanacs are cross tabulations of important demographic
subgroups such as gender, race/ethnicity, and parental education crossed with student proficiency
data or background information from students, teachers, and schools. Related website.
National Center for Education Statistics, Data for Decisions, Resources from the National
Center for Education Statistics, November 1996, (Video)
ED 1.334/2:D 35/VIDEO
National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey: Electronic
Codebook and Public Use Data
ED 1.332:SCH 6/2/yr-range/CD
1990-1994. Collects extensive data on American public and private elementary and secondary
schools. SASS provides data on characteristics and qualifications of teachers and principals,
teacher hiring practices, professional development, class size and other conditions in schools.
Survey website has more recent surveys and related publications.
National Education Longitudinal Study: 1988-94 Data Files and Electronic Codebook
System, 1999 Re-release, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:ED 8/yr/CD
Provides trend data about critical transitions experienced by young people as they develop, attend
school, and embark on their careers. Data were collected from students and their parents,
teachers, and high school principals and from existing school records such as high school
transcripts. Cognitive tests (math, science, reading, and history) were administered during the
base year (1988), first follow up (1990), and second follow up (1992). Third follow up data were
collected in 1994. All dropouts, who could be located, were retained in the study.
National Household Education Survey, 96, 1991, 1993, 1995, and 1996 Surveys Data Files
and Electronic Codebook, etc., (CD-ROM)
The NHES is a data collection system designed to collect information from households on a variety
of education-related issues. Surveys have been fielded during the spring of 1991, 1993, 1995,
1996, and 1999. Surveys conducted by NHES have focused on adult education & lifelong learning,
civic involvement, early childhood program participation, school readiness, household library use,
parent involvement in education and school safety & discipline.
National Longitudinal Study of the High School Class of 1972, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:H 53/CD
The NLS-72 describes the transition of young adults from high school through postsecondary
education and the workplace. The data span 1972 through 1986 and include postsecondary
NPSAS, National Postsecondary Student Aid Study: Public Use Data File, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.333:yr range
1986-1996. The NPSAS is a comprehensive study that examines how students and their families
pay for postsecondary education. It includes nationally representative samples of undergraduates,
graduate and first-professional students; students attending public and private less-than-2-year
institutions, community colleges, 4-year colleges, and major universities. Students who receive
financial aid as well as those who do not receive financial aid participate in NPSAS. Survey
website has related information and publications.
NSOPF:99 National Study of Postsecondary Faculty (DAS), August 2001
ED 1.334/2:F 11/99/CD
Contains Data Analysis System (DAS) Windows software for use with NCES survey data.
Software and instructions for use available on the Internet.
Public Library Data FY... on Disk, Volumes 1 and 2, (FLOPPY)
FY 1995, 1996.
Public-Use Data, National Center for Education Statistics, The Schools and Staffing Survey
(SASS) and Teacher Followup, (TFS) etc., June 1998 (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:SCH 6/CD
1987-88 SASS, 1988-89 TFS, 1990-91 SASS, 1991-92 TFS, 1993-94 SASS, 1994-95 TFS.
Pursuing Excellence, Eighth-Grade Findings From the Third International Math and
Science Study, (Video)
ED 1.334/2:EX 2/VIDEO
SASS, Schools and Staffing Survey, 1987-1988
ED 1.332:SC 6/CD
Collects extensive data on American public and private elementary and secondary schools. SASS
provides data on characteristics and qualifications of teachers and principals, teacher hiring
practices, professional development, class size and other conditions in schools. Microdata and
documentation. ASCII, SAS and SPSS files.
State Library Agencies Data FY..., On Disk, (FLOPPY)
ED 1.334/2:AG 3/yr
Includes such data as: governance, public service hours, number and types of service outlets, type
and size of collections, library service transactions and development transactions, support of
electronic information networks, allied operations, staff, and income and expenditures. Also
contains data on public, academic, school, and special libraries.
The NAEP 1997 Arts Report Card, Music, Theatre, Dance, Visual Arts, Eight-Grade Findings
from the National Assessment of Education Progress, 1999, (CD-ROM)
ED 1.334/2:AR 7/CD
The National Education Goals Report, 1994-1995, (CD-ROM)
Recent editions on the Internet.