1 edition of Trends in education, 1972-73 to 1992-93. found in the catalog.
Trends in education, 1972-73 to 1992-93.
by National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Education in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
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The author documents and analyzes changes in enrollment and education finance in Vietnam. Bachelor's degrees, with projections: to 54 Bachelor's degrees awarded to men, with projections: to 55 Bachelor's degrees awarded to women, with projections to 55 Master's degrees, with projections: to 56 Master's degrees awarded to men, with projections.
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State Comparisons of Education Statistics: – 70 to –94 contains information on elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher edu-cation aggregated at a state level. The report con-tains a wide array of statistical data ranging from en-rollments and enrollment ratios to teacher salaries and institutional by: 4.School districts spent about $2, million on special education students for the school year.
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