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Overview of SREB Data Services. [email protected] 404-879-5546 (direct) www.SREB.org/data. SREB History. 1948 – SREB founded 1956 – Fact Book 1960 – Within Our Reach goals 1969 – SREB-State Data Exchange 1981 – The Need for Quality 1988 – Goals for Education: Challenge 2000

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Overview of SREB Data Services

[email protected]

404-879-5546 (direct)

www.SREB.org/data


SREB History

  • 1948 – SREB founded

  • 1956 – Fact Book

  • 1960 – Within Our Reach goals

  • 1969 – SREB-State Data Exchange

  • 1981 – The Need for Quality

  • 1988 – Goals for Education: Challenge 2000

  • 1991 – 24/7 online data center

  • 2001 – Goals for Education: Challenge to Lead

  • 2010 – No Time to Waste: Policy Recommendations for

  • Increasing College Completion

  • 2011 – Fact Book becomes “U.S. Regions and 50 States in Perspective”


SREB-State Data Exchange History

  • 1969 …faculty salaries

  • 1970 …state appropriations per FTE

  • 1975 …tuition and fee charges

  • 1983 …local appropriations & e-filing

  • 1989 …faculty benefits amounts

  • 1991 …24/7 online data center

  • 1995 …tuition policies & benefits descriptions

  • 1999 …graduation and progression rates

  • 2001 …tuition and fee revenue per FTE

  • 2002 …first-year persistence rates

  • 2004 …e-learning (modes of instruction)

  • 2009 …college credit hours taken by high school students

  • 2010 …time to degree / credits to degree



2011-12 reports released by end of 2012

  • SREB-State Data Exchange, 2010-11


2012 bulletins
2012 Bulletins

  • 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



  • Uses of Data

  • comparing

    • states

    • institutional types

    • institutions

  • developing presentations; telling a story


Telling a Story & Comparing States

Is progress in degree completion at risk?


Years When Projected Number of Public High School Graduates Reach All-Time Highs


Source: SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 8.

Projected Changes in Public High School GraduatesSREB States, 2011 to 2021


Source: SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 8.

Black & Hispanic RepresentationPublic High School Graduates, 2009 and 2019


Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

College Enrollment Rates of

18- to 24-Year OldsUnited States, 2005 and 2009

2005

2009

The fastest-growing population has the lowest percentage enrolled.


Source: SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 44.

Graduation Rates,* 2010Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities(2004 cohort)

The fastest-growing population has a lower graduation rate.

________________________________________

*First-time, full-time, bachelor’s or equivalent degree seekers completing bachelor’s or equivalent degree

at the Institution where they first enrolled within 150 percent of normal time.


Source: SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 44.

Graduation Rates,* 2010Public Two-Year Colleges

(2007 cohort)

The fastest-growing population has a lower graduation rate.

________________________________________

*First-time, full-time, degree or certificate seekers completing a degree or certificate at the Institution where they first enrolled within 150 percent of normal time.


Telling the Story

Why degree completion is more important than ever.


Adults average annual earnings united states 2009

Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

Adults Average Annual EarningsUnited States, 2009


Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Projected Increases in JobsUnited States, 2008 to 2018


Source: U.S. Census Bureau, and U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

State Incomes Related to Adults with Bachelor’s or Higher Degrees

2008

Few states with a low proportion of Bachelor’s degrees have a high per capita income.

Few states with a high proportion of Bachelor’s degrees have a low per capita income.


Source: Analysis.SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 39.

2001

2011

In 2011

More than 50%

34% to 49%

33% or less

Texas

49%

53%

Florida

55%

57%

45%

53%

Mississippi

44%

49%

Georgia

38%

45%

South Carolina

Maryland

North Carolina

---*

33%

48%

48%

Tennessee

Virginia

35%

40%

Alabama

35%

38%

31%

38%

Kentucky

37%

40%

33%

37%

Oklahoma

42%

48%

Delaware

26%

33%

Louisiana

22%

32%

Arkansas

West Virginia

10%

25%

Community or Technical CollegesPercentage of Undergraduate FTE

* North Carolina recalibrated their FTE reporting, so the 2001 figures are not comparable to 2011 figures.


Comparing States, Institutional Types and Institutions Analysis.

Will a postsecondary education be affordable enough to provide the kind of access needed in the coming decade?


Source: Analysis.SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 62.

Annual Tuition and FeesPublic Four-Year, 2010-11


Source: Analysis.SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 61.

Tuition and Fees* as a Percent of Median Family IncomePublic Four-Year Colleges


Source: SREB-State Data Exchange. Analysis.

Tuition and FeesPublic Four-Year 1 Universities, 2010-11


Source: Analysis.SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 61.

Annual Tuition and Fees*Public Two-Year, 2010-11


Source: Analysis.SREB Fact Book 2011, Table 62.

Tuition and Fees as a Percent of Median Family IncomePublic Two-Year


Source: SREB-State Data Exchange. Analysis.

In-State Tuition & Required Fees Top Two-Year 1*, 2010-11


Sources: National Center for Education Statistics and U.S. Census Bureau.

Percent of Income Requiredto Pay for One YearPublic University, United States

Annual household income

Percent required for one year’s

tuition, fees, room and board

4 points up

16 points up

69 points up


Telling the Story Census Bureau.

Pressure to raise tuition is not likely to cease.


Source: SREB-State Data Exchange. Census Bureau.

Appropriations and Tuition GrowthPublic Colleges, SREB States, 2008 to 2011

-$1.5 billion

$4.0 billion

$5.2 billion

-$21.3 million

$1.7 billion

See SREB Fact Book 2011, Tables 88-90 databases.


Telling the Story Census Bureau.

With all this additional money the colleges’ budgets should be in good shape,

Right?


Source: SREB-State Data Exchange. Census Bureau.

Enrollment and Funding IncreasesPublic Four-Year Colleges and Universities SREB States, 2008-2011


Source: SREB-State Data Exchange. Census Bureau.

Enrollment and Funding IncreasesPublic Two-Year Colleges SREB States, 2008-2011


For further information Census Bureau.

about SREB Data Services,

contact…

[email protected]

404-879-5546 (direct)

www.SREB.org/data


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