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Education Data

Public Two-Year Colleges in the SREB Region Approached Historic Milestone in 2010 — Enrollment Equal to Public Four Year Colleges

Men’s Increase in College Enrollment Breaks Long-Term Trend — Rises Faster Than Rate for Women

Minority Enrollment Gains Show Region’s Progress Toward College Completion Goals

Growing Proportion of Children in Poverty Means More Education Challenges

2015 SREB Fact Book on Higher Education

SREB State Data Exchange 2013-14

SREB-State Data Exchange 2013-2014 Indicators Report

New Measures, New Perspectives: Graduates’ Time- and Credits-to-Degree in SREB States

Susan Lounsbury
Director, Education Data Services
(404) 879-5546

Lisa Cowan
Data Analyst/Research Associate, Education Data Services

Helping states stay up to date on the latest interstate comparisons and trends in education is a core service of SREB. The Education Data program collects, analyzes and shares demographic, economic, pre-K-12 and higher education data among SREB states.

The program publishes the SREB Fact Book on Higher Education, one of the nation's most comprehensive collections of comparative data, and updates it online continually. The Fact Book includes data on the population and economy, enrollment, degrees, student tuition and financial aid, faculty and administrators, revenue and expenditures. Fact Book Bulletins keep policy-makers informed on key issues. In all but the specialized cases of data based on SREB's regional survey (see below), figures for each of the 50 states are available online.

The backbone of the Fact Book is the SREB-State Data Exchange, which compiles the most up-to-date comparisons of higher education data in the region. It profiles where SREB state universities, colleges and technical institutes stand on enrollment, degrees conferred, student persistence and progression, full-time-equivalent enrollment and college classes taken by high school students, funding for colleges, funding for state student aid, student tuition/fees and faculty compensation with the year-to-year changes that leaders and the general public need to know. In addition, the Data Exchange's annual survey includes the nation's first and most detailed annual interstate profiles on e-learning.

Guide to users: The SREB-State Data Exchange files contain one to two years of data summarized by state and institutional category, including by-college detail. Long-term trends for all of the data elements from the SREB-State Data Exchange are contained in corresponding SREB Fact Book on Higher Education files. The Data Library combines both sets of files into one organized archive.

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