The National Center for Education Statistics recently released their ten-year report on high school sophomores (first started in 2002). The report chronicles the students’ journey through high school and then postsecondary education, giving a wealth of statistics on a wide range of demographic and educational criteria. From the report:
These outcomes reflect several key life course markers of the transition into early adulthood, including high school and postsecondary educational attainment, entering the labor market and starting a career, marriage and family formation, student debt and aid, and the perceived impact of the college experience.
To read the full report in PDF form, click here.