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The Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) collects information about respondent's highest level of school completed or degree received, course or programs studied, and dates of receipt of high school and postsecondary degrees or diplomas. The education module determines if the respondent attended a public or a private high school. Job-related-training questions address training designed to help find or develop skills for a new job as well as to improve skills at the current or most recent job. People 15 years of age and older are asked whether they have received job training; if they have, they are asked about the duration of the training, how it was used, how it was paid for, and if it was federally sponsored.
Financing the Future: Postsecondary Students, Costs, and Financial Aid: 2001-2002
(SIPP 2001 Panel Wave 5)
Financing the Future: Postsecondary Students, Costs, and Financial Aid: 1996-1997
(SIPP 1996 Panel Wave 5)
Financing the Future: Postsecondary Students, Costs, and Financial Aid: 1993-1994
(SIPP 1992 Panel Wave 8 and 1993 Panel Wave 5)
Dollars for Scholars: Postsecondary Cost and Financing, 1990-1991
(SIPP 1990 Panel Wave 5)