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School enrollment--social and economic characteristics of students, October 1995 (updates)

Rosalind R. Bruno

School enrollment--social and economic characteristics of students, October 1995 (updates)

by Rosalind R. Bruno

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Students -- United States -- Social conditions -- Statistics,
  • Students -- United States -- Economic conditions -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Shipping list no.: 97-0236-P.

    Other titlesSchool enrollment, social and economic characteristics of students, October 1995 (updates)
    Statementby Rosalind R. Bruno and Andrea Curry.
    SeriesCurrent population reports. P20, Population characteristics -- 492., Current population reports -- no. 492.
    ContributionsCurry, Andrea., United States. Bureau of the Census.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16304736M
    OCLC/WorldCa37038870

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School Enrollment–Social and Economic Characteristics of Students Population Characteristics October Issued July Current Population Reports By Gladys M.

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School enrollment--social and economic characteristics of students, October (update): detailed tables and documentation for P [United States. Bureau of the Census.;]. School EnrollmentSocial and Economic Characteristics of Students: October Current ENROLLMENT-SOCIAL AND.

ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENTS: OCTOER` School EnrollmentSocial and Economic Characteristics. of Students: October INTRODUCTION. 19/5 hor,1. iipor I. pre'snt. In ao!ilysrof data for October. School EnrollmentSocial and?conomic. Characteristics of Students: October Current October to October ; (2) School Enrollment of the Population 3 to 34 Years SCHOOL ENROLLMENT-SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENTS: OCTOBER (Advance report) The total number of persons 3 to This report contains data and descriptive analyses of social and economic characteristics of students from nursey schools through higher education.

The figures are based on the Current Population Survey conducted in October by the Bureau of Census. Recent changes in college enrollments are analyzed in the text part of the report. Changes in school enrollment patterns for students Author: Rosalind Bruno.

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Series P, School Enroll- ment-Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October andNo. (), table A. Going beyond these broad classifications, this chapter examines distinc- tions of demography, race, and economic status, and it focuses on both the size and the composition of the college-going population.

Section 2. Annual reports documenting school enrollment of the population have been produced by the Bureau of the Census since The pertinent reports for this work are Current Population Reports, Series P, Nos.

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