Census Bureau data on enrollment ask about elementary school, high school, college, or professional school. Public, private & homeschool are all included.
Community College Month: April 2022
In 2020, the Current Population Survey estimated the number of college students enrolled in two-year institutions was 3.7M, a 2.0M decrease from 5.7M in 2011.
American Education Week: November 15-19, 2021
In the U.S., per student (public pre-K through 12th grade) spending was $13,187 in FY2019, a 5.0% increase from 2018, and enrollment was 48.0 million.
Census Bureau Data Reveal Decline in School Enrollment
U.S. school enrollment dropped by 2.9 million from 2019 to 2020.
School Enrollment in the United States: October 2020 - Detailed Tables
These CPS October 2020 - Detailed tables are from School Enrollment.
School Enrollment in the United States: October 2018 - Detailed Tables
These CPS October 2018 - Detailed tables are from School Enrollment.
School Enrollment in the United States: October 2017 - Detailed Tables
These CPS October 2017 - Detailed tables are from School Enrollment.
School Enrollment in the United States 2018
The publication School Enrollment in the United States: 2018 is CPS and ACS.
Postsecondary Enrollment Before, During, and Since the Great Recession
This report provides an overview of postsecondary enrollment during the years preceding and following the recession period of 2007 to 2009, as recorded by CPS.
Young Adult Migration: 2007–2009 to 2010–2012
This report describes the demographic and socioeconomic status of young adult migrants, aged 18 to 34 using ACS 3-year estimates.
Preschool Enrollment in the United States: 2005-2019
This paper uses ACS data from 2005 to 2019 to examine levels of preschool enrollment, compare against benchmarks, and identify factors associated with trends.
Mapping the Transition to Adulthood
A visual summary of the transition to adulthood, showing the living situation, marriage, enrollment, and employment of the population aged 16 to 34.
College Enrollment Before, During and After the Great Recession
This research examines the components of change in college enrollment before during and after the Great Recession.