Statistical tables provide detailed information on elementary and secondary education, with topics covered by this publication including student enrollment and participation, school choice, parental involvement, personnel, teacher characteristics and salaries, student-teacher ratios, class sizes, computers and technology, academic achievement by subject categories, and student activities.
Part I of this report—Rankings—provides state-level data on topics relevant to public education such as enrollment and attendance, staffing, financial resources, governmental revenue and expenditures, and school revenue and expenditures, and Part II - Estimates provides projections for public school enrollment, employment, compensation, and finances provided by state departments of education.
Non-public education section provides summary information and references to more detailed data on private schools and home schooling, with detailed data available on private schools by type of school (e.g., Catholic, other religious, and nonsectarian), instructional level, program emphasis, school size based on number of students, geographic region, and locale (e.g., city, suburban, town, and rural).
Facts At A Glance
Annual report provides summary statistical data for independent schools by NAIS membership status and national, state, regional, and local association affiliation, with data provided in the report including number of facilities, enrollment, admissions, financial aid, annual tuition by grade level and boarding arrangement, staff composition and salaries, income and expenses, and annual and capital giving.
Annual publication examines trends likely to affect independent schools over the next few years and includes references to the latest research resources for each topic, with topics covered in individual chapters including economic outlook, demographic trends, market outlook, enrollment, financial aid, tuition and budgets, philanthropy, equity and justice issues, human resources, and student wellness.
Annual report provides national data on Catholic schools for grades K-12, with topics covered in the report including student enrollment by grade level and region, average tuition and per student costs, student demographics, professional staff, faculty demographics, student-teacher ratios, distribution and location of facilities, school governance, and participation in government-sponsored programs.
Market analysis report provides industry statistics for a user-defined area on a national, state, county, metro area, or zip code level, with data provided including number of companies, market volume and sales trends, average company sales, sales per employee, staffing and employment trends, average employee wage, and business start up activity and failure rates. Sample report can be viewed online.
Financial benchmarking section of these reports provides an analysis of industry profit and expenses as a percentage of revenue by major category (e.g., purchases, wages, depreciation, marketing, rent, utilities, other costs, and earnings before interest and taxes) for the most recent year and line graphs indicating trends for each category over the past five years. Sample report can be viewed free online.
Digest of Education Statistics: Chapter 2 - Teacher Salaries
Digest statistical tables provide average salaries for full-time teachers in public and private elementary and secondary schools by gender, age, race/ethnicity, years of full-time teaching experience, highest degree earned (e.g., bachelor's degree, master's degree, education specialist, and doctor's degree), instructional level (e.g., primary, secondary), state, and locale (e.g., city, suburban, town, and rural).
Digest of Education Statistics: Chapter 2 - Principals
Digest statistical tables provide information on highest degree earned (e.g., baccalaureate, master's, education specialist, and doctoral), average years of experience, and average salaries for principals in public and private elementary and secondary schools by gender, age, race/ethnicity, instructional level (e.g., elementary, secondary, and combined), and locale (e.g., city, suburban, town, and rural).
Annual report provides summary statistical data for independent schools by NAIS membership status and national, state, regional, and local association affiliation, with job positions covered in the salaries section including administrative (e.g., president, head, dean, and director), staff (e.g., clerical, kitchen, maintenance, technology, and security), and teaching personnel (e.g., teacher, assistant, and aide).