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School Enrollment in the United States: Social and Economic Characteristics of Students, October 1999. Population Characteristics. Current Population Reports.

@inproceedings{Jamieson2001SchoolEI,
  title={School Enrollment in the United States: Social and Economic Characteristics of Students, October 1999. Population Characteristics. Current Population Reports.},
  author={Amie Jamieson and Andrea Curry and Gladys J. Martinez},
  year={2001}
}
  • Amie Jamieson, Andrea Curry, Gladys J. Martinez
  • Published 2001
  • Political Science
  • By Amie Jamieson, Andrea Curry, and Gladys Martinez Going to school opens doors and facilitates the pathway for future individual achievement and economic success. Today, with more than one-fourth of the U.S. population enrolled in school, the student population is quite diverse. This report highlights school enrollment trends and the social and economic characteristics of the student population. The findings are based on data collected in the Current Population Survey (CPS) conducted by the… CONTINUE READING

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