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Retention Rates-Higher Education
No. 205. SCHOOL Retention RATES-FIFth Grade Through CollegE ENTRANCE: 1930-1938 TO 1964-1972
[Prior to 1962, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Rates for the 5th grade through high school graduation are based on enrollments in successive grades in successive years in public elementary and secondary schools, and are adjusted to include estimates for nonpublic schools.]
I Not calculated because of the influx of veterans in institutions of higher education.
No. 206. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-FACULTY AND ENROLLMENT: 1940
[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Covers universities, colleges, professional schools, junior and teacher colleges, and normal schools, both publicly and privately controlled, regular session. Beginning 1950, includes estimates for institutions not reporting. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 316-321]
NA Not available. Includes regular, administrative, extension service, correspondence, and organized research staff. Beginning 1966, represents total instructional staff for resident courses. 1940 and 1950 data are for academic year; thereafter, for first term ending in year stated. 2 Estimated. Includes extension credit enrollment. Includes nondegree-credit extension and correspondence enrollment. Source: U.S. Office of Education, 1940 and 1950, Biennial Survey of Education in the United States, chapter on Statistical Summary of Education; thereafter, Digest of Educational Statistics, annual; Projections of Educational Statistics, annual; and unpublished data.
No. 207. JUNIOR COLLEGES-NUMBER and Enrollment: 1950 TO 1971 [Enrollment in thousands. As of fall. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Beginning 1955, enrollment figures include resident and extension degree-credit students; earlier years exclude extension students. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 325-326, for related but not comparable data]
No. 208. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-ENROLLMENT, BY CHARACTERISTICS: 1957 To 1971, AND PROJECTIONS TO 1981
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Projections of Educational Statistics to 1981-82.
No. 209. ENROLLMENT IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-TOTAL AND
[Enrollment in thousands. As of fall. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Covers full-time undergraduate students
Source: U.S. Office for Civil Rights, Undergraduate Enrollment by Ethnic Group in Federally Funded Institutions of Higher Education, Fall 1968 and Fall 1970.
No. 210. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION ATTENDED PREDOMINANTLY BY
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Report on Higher Education, and unpublished data.
No. 211. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-NUMBER, AND ENROLLMENT OF TOTAL AND OF FIRST-TIME STUDENTS, STATES AND OTHER AREAS: 1971
[Opening fall enrollment of full- and part-time students working toward a diploma; an associate, bachelor's, or higher degree; or other formal award. Excludes students taking courses at home for credit, by mail, radio, or TV, and students in branches of U.S. institutions operated in foreign countries]
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Opening Fall Enrollment in Higher Education, 1971.
No. 212. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-CHARGES: 1964, 1969, and 1974 [In dollars. Estimated. For entire academic year ending in year stated. Represents average charges per full-time resident degree-credit student. Includes Puerto Rico and outlying areas]
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Digest of Educational Statistics, 1972.
No. 213. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-MEDIAN ANNUAL SALARIES OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS: 1960 TO 1972
[In dollars. For fiscal years ending in year stated. Figures for instructional staff are for 9 months of full-time teaching; for others, usually for 11 or 12 months of service. For definition of median, see preface]
Source: National Education Association, Washington, D.C., Research Report 1972-R5, Salaries Paid and Salary-Related Practices in Higher Education, 1971-72. (Copyright © 1972 by the National Education Association. All rights reserved.)
No. 214. COLLEGE FACULTY MEMBERS-CHARACTERISTICS, BY SEX: 1969 [Percent distribution. As of Spring. Covers all universities, 4-year colleges, and 2-year colleges, both publicly and privately controlled. Based on a sample survey]
Total Male Female
100.0 100.0 100.0 Highest degree held:
Bachelor's or less.
Master's, excl. professional.
Professional, incl. medical.
35 years or less..
51 years and over...
$25,000 and over..
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Digest of Educational Statistics, 1971.
Institutions of Higher Education
No. 215. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION-FINANCES: 1950 TO 1970 [In millions of dollars. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. For coverage, see headnote, table 206. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 339-362 and H 369]
NA Not available. ! Beginning 1965, private grants represent nongovernmental revenue for sponsored research and other sponsored programs.
* Beginning 1969, includes "major public service programs" previously reported under educational and general income.
* Beginning 1968, includes "other sponsored programs". 4 Gross addition to plant value. Includes grounds, buildings, equipment, and, except for 1963, unexpended plant funds.
All funds other than national defense and student loan funds.
Scurce. U.S. Office of Education, 1940 and 1950, Biennial Survey of Education in the United States, chapter on Statistical Summary of Education; thereafter, Digest of Educational Statistics, annual.
No. 216. Institutions of HIGHER EDUCATION-VALUE of Plant, CURRENT-FUND INCOME, AND EXPENDITURE, STATES AND OTHER AREAS: 1970 [In millions of dollars. Value of plant includes grounds, buildings, and equipment]
D Withheld to avoid disclosing individual company data. 1 Derived from increase in book value of plant. Includes expenditures from current funds for plant expansion.
2 Includes estimates for States for which data
Source: U.S. Office of Education, Financial Statistics of Institutions of Higher Education: 1969-70.