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High school and beyond, 1980 sophomore cohort first follow-up (1982) : data file user"s manual

High school and beyond, 1980 sophomore cohort first follow-up (1982) : data file user"s manual

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Published by The Center in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • High school graduates -- United States -- Longitudinal studies

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    StatementNational Opinion Research Center ; Calvin Jones ... [et al.] ; prepared for the National Center for Education Statistics under contract OE-300-78-0208 with the U.S. Department of Education
    SeriesContractor report, Contractor report (National Center for Education Statistics)
    ContributionsJones, Calvin, National Opinion Research Center, National Center for Education Statistics
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14886670M

    Get this from a library! High school and beyond, sophomore cohort second follow-up (): data file user's manual. [Calvin C Jones; National Opinion Research Center.; United States. Office of Educational Research and Improvement. Center for Statistics.;]. High School and Beyond, A Longitudinal Survey of Students in the United States (ICPSR ) High School and Beyond, Sophomore and Senior Cohort First Follow-Up () (ICPSR ) High School and Beyond, Sophomore and Senior Cohort .

    Summary statistics for black and white women in sample: high school sophomores (weighted) White women (N = ) Black women (N = ) Variable Mean S.D. Mean S.D. t-statistic Age at first birth Age at first birth I. 15 * for women with children by age 20 Age at first birth - * first Cited by: Abstract. There is substantial controversy regarding private school effects on academic achievement. A number of studies, mostly by researchers in education and sociology, claim to show that Catholic schools and other private schools have a positive effect on academic achievement (e.g., Bryk, Lee, and Holland, ; Chubb and Moe, ; Coleman, Hoffer, and Kilgore, ; Greeley, ; and Cited by:

    Estimates in the fifth and sixth tables were based on the High School and Beyond sophomore cohort. Data elements used in this analysis for the senior and sophomore cohorts were drawn from the base year, and first through third follow-up surveys. Data for the senior cohort were drawnAuthor: Eva Eagle, Carl Schmitt. High School and Beyond senior cohort. Estimates in the fifth and. sixth tables were based on the School. and Beyond sophomore cohort. Data elements used in this analysis for the senior and sophomore cohorts were drawn from the base year, and first through third follow-up surveys. Data for the senior cohort were drawn.


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High school and beyond, 1980 sophomore cohort first follow-up (1982) : data file user"s manual Download PDF EPUB FB2

High School and Beyond, Sophomore and Senior Cohort First Follow-Up () (ICPSR ) Version Date: View help for published Cite this study |. As with the first follow-up, the structure and documentation of High School and Beyond Second Follow-Up data files represent a departure from base-year () practices.

While the base-year student file contains data from both the senior and sophomore cohorts, the two follow-up surveys provide separate student files for the two cohorts. The High School and Beyond series is a longitudinal study of students who were high school sophomores and seniors in As with the first and second follow-ups, the structure and documentation of High School and Beyond Third Follow-Up data files represent a departure from base-year () practices.

While the base-year student file contains data from both the senior and sophomore cohorts, the three follow-up. High school and beyond, sophomore cohort first follow-up (). [Washington, D.C.?]: The Center, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Calvin C Jones; National Opinion Research Center.; National Center for Education Statistics.

The High School and Beyond Sophomore Cohort First Follow-Up () data file is presented. The First Follow-Up Sophomore Cohort data tape consists of four related data files: (1) the student data file (including data availability flags, weights, questionnaire data, and composite variables); (2) Statistical Analysis System (SAS) control cards for defining a SAS system file; (3) SPSS.

This manual is intended to familiarize data users with the procedures followed for data collection and processing of the High School and Beyond (HS&B) base year () through second follow-up surveys () and to provide the extensive documentation necessary for using the sophomore cohort. Full text of "ERIC ED High School and Beyond Senior Cohort First Follow-Up ().Data File User's Manual.

Contractor Report." See other formats. Full text of "ERIC ED High School and Beyond: Sophomore Follow-Up (). Data File User's Manual. Contractor Report." See other formats. Full text of "ERIC ED High School and Beyond Sophomore Cohort Third Follow-Up (). Data File User's Manual, Volumes I and II.

Data File. The HS&B descriptive report describes the educational attainment, employment outcomes, and family formation of the sophomore class inten years after most of the students in that cohort graduated from high school. For the sophomore cohort, the survey gathered information on school, family, work experiences, educational and occupational aspirations, personal values, and test scores of sample participants.

A high school transcript collection was also part of the first follow-up for sophomore cohort members. (See section on record studies for more detail.). High school and beyond: sophomore cohort first follow-up (): data file user's manual / By National Opinion Research Center., Samuel S.

Peng and. The High School and Beyond series is a longitudinal study of students who were high school sophomores and seniors in As with the first and second follow-ups, the structure and documentation of High School and Beyond Third Follow-Up data files represent a departure from base-year () practices.

High School and Beyond. Sophomore Cohort. Third Follow-Up (). [machine-readable data file].Cited by: 2. National Opinion Research Center: High school and beyond: sophomore cohort first follow-up (): data file user's manual / (Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, ), also by Samuel S.

Peng and National Center for Education Statistics (page images at HathiTrust). Get this from a library. High school and beyond: senior cohort first follow-up (): data file user's manual.

[Calvin C Jones; Samuel S Peng; National Opinion Research Center.; National Center for Education Statistics.;]. High School and Beyond (HS&B) is a national longitudinal study originally funded by the United States Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) as a part of their longitudinal studies program.

NORC at the University of Chicago, then known as the National Opinion Research Center, developed the sample design and performed the data collection for the study.

This manual is intended to familiarize data users with the procedures followed for data collection and processing of the High School and Beyond (HS&B) base year () through second follow-up surveys () and to provide the extensive documentation necessary for using the senior cohort data files.

High School Transcripts () Transcripts for a subsample of the first follow-up respondents were collected, numbering nea members of the sophomore cohort of Top.

Second Follow-up () 15, sophomores seniors were retained in the second follow-up. The High School and Beyond Sophomore Cohort Second Follow-Up () data file is provided. The data file consists of 14, records contains the following files: (1) the raw data file (including the randomized identification number; first follow-up flags and composites; base-year questionnaire data; first follow-up questionnaire data; dropout questionnaire data; transfer supplement data.

The HS&B covered more t high school seniors high school sophomores. It consisted primarily of a baseyear survey in and four follow- -up surveys in,and Record studies were also conducted to obtain key supplemental data on students.

As part of the first follow-up, high school transcripts wereFile Size: KB.(For details see High School and Beyond First Follow-Up () Sample Design Report [Tourangeau et al. ].) For the sophomore cohort, all schools selected for the base-year sample were included in the first follow-up (except 40 schools that had no sophomores, had closed, or had merged with other schools in the sample).The High School & Beyond Midlife Follow-Up Study Receives Funding from the National Institutes of Health / National Institute on Aging.

The University of Minnesota’s Sociology Professor, John Robert Warren, has been awarded a $ million dollar grant (NIH/NIA grant number R01AGA1) to study education’s protective role against Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias.