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Patrick Kelly National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. Making Place Matter. October 29, 2009. The National Goal. “By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world” President Obama, February 24, 2009.

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Patrick kelly national center for higher education management systems
Patrick KellyNational Center for Higher Education Management Systems

Making Place Matter

October 29, 2009


The national goal
The National Goal

“By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world”

President Obama, February 24, 2009



Educational Attainment and Personal Income

$50,000

1980

$43,000

$36,000

AK

Personal Income Per Capita

CT

$29,000

CA

NV

WY

NJ

HI

MD

NY

IL

CO

WA

DE

MA

MN

VA

US

OR

PA

MI

OH

WI

KS

FL

NH

RI

TX

IA

AZ

OK

IN

MO

$22,000

NE

MT

LA

VT

UT

ID

GA

ME

NM

TN

NC

WV

Correlation = 0.64

KY

SD

ND

AL

SC

AR

MS

$15,000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

Percent of Adults 25 to 64 with Bachelors Degrees


Educational Attainment and Personal Income

$50,000

1990

$43,000

CT

NJ

$36,000

NY

MA

Personal Income Per Capita

MD

AK

HI

CA

DE

IL

NH

VA

NV

MN

RI

WA

CO

PA

FL

$29,000

US

OH

MI

KS

WI

WY

NE

OR

VT

MO

GA

IN

IA

ME

NC

AZ

TX

TN

OK

SD

ND

SC

AL

ID

MT

KY

LA

UT

NM

$22,000

WV

AR

MS

Correlation = 0.76

$15,000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

Percent of Adults 25 to 64 with Bachelors Degrees


Educational Attainment and Personal Income

$50,000

2000

CT

NJ

$43,000

MA

NY

MD

CO

NH

CA

MN

IL

$36,000

WA

VA

DE

NV

Personal Income Per Capita

AK

US

PA

RI

MI

FL

WY

WI

HI

OH

OR

GA

TX

KS

VT

NE

MO

IN

NC

IA

ME

TN

SD

$29,000

AZ

ND

SC

OK

KY

UT

ID

AL

LA

MT

NM

WV

AR

MS

$22,000

Correlation = 0.80

$15,000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

Percent of Adults 25 to 64 with Bachelors Degrees


Educational Attainment and Personal Income

$50,000

2005

CT

NJ

MA

$43,000

MD

NY

NH

CO

MN

VA

WY

DE

CA

IL

$36,000

NV

AK

WA

RI

PA

US

HI

Personal Income Per Capita

FL

WI

NE

KS

VT

SD

OR

MI

TX

OH

IA

ND

MO

IN

NC

GA

ME

TN

AZ

OK

AL

$29,000

MT

SC

ID

KY

NM

UT

AR

WV

MS

LA

$22,000

Correlation = 0.83

$15,000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

Percent of Adults 25 to 64 with Bachelors Degrees


Oklahoma Regions for “Making Place Matter” Data

13

1

5

12

11

1. Northwest/Panhandle

2. Southwest

3. South Central/Lawton

4. El Reno/Chickasha

5. Enid/Ponca City

6. Oklahoma City Metro

7. Guthrie/Shawnee

8. Norman/Moore

9. Southern

10.Osage/Stillwater/Seminole

11. Tulsa County

12. Rogers/Waggoner

13. Northeast

14. Eastern

15. Southeast

10

7

14

6

2

8

4

3

15

9

U.S. Census Bureau’s Public Use

Microdata Samples


Northeastern State University – Counties that Account for 80% of In-State First-Time Students (Fall 2008)

Woods

Ottawa

Harper

Grant

Kay

Nowata

Craig

Cimarron

Texas

Beaver

Alfalfa

Washington

Osage

Woodward

Delaware

Rogers

Garfield

Noble

Pawnee

Mayes

Major

Ellis

Tulsa

Payne

Dewey

Adair

Wagoner

Kingfisher

Logan

Creek

Cherokee

Blaine

Lincoln

Okmulgee

Muskogee

Roger Mills

Custer

Oklahoma

Canadian

Okfuskee

Sequoyah

Mcintosh

Washita

Cleveland

Beckham

Seminole

Caddo

Haskell

Pottawatomie

Grady

Hughes

Pittsburg

Mcclain

Greer

Latimer

Le Flore

Kiowa

Harmon

Pontotoc

Garvin

Comanche

Coal

Jackson

Stephens

Murray

Pushmataha

Tillman

Atoka

Johnston

Cotton

Carter

Jefferson

Mccurtain

Choctaw

Marshall

Love

Bryan

Source: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education


Educational attainment of 18 to 24 year olds 2005 07
Educational Attainment of 18 to 24 Year Olds, 2005-07 80% of In-State First-Time Students (Fall 2008)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


Educational attainment of 25 to 64 year olds 2005 07
Educational Attainment of 25 to 64 Year Olds, 2005-07 80% of In-State First-Time Students (Fall 2008)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


Educational attainment of 25 to 64 year olds by race ethnicity 2005 07 eastern region
Educational Attainment (%) of 25 to 64 Year Olds by Race/Ethnicity, 2005-07 (Eastern Region)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


University in Missouri Race/Ethnicity, 2005-07 (Eastern Region)– Racial/Ethnic Representation of a Public Four-Year University’s Target Population: Participation, Completion, and Graduation Rates

White

African-American

Hispanic

Target Populations

Participation and Completion

Cohort

Graduation Rate

High School

% 18-24 Year

First-Time

All Other

Bachelors Degrees

Graduation Rates

Graduates, 2001-

Olds with Just a

Freshman, Fall

Undergraduates,

Awarded 2004-05

(Completers within

2002 (Service

High School

2005 (Institution)

Fall 2005

(Institution)

150% of Program

Area)

Diploma or

(Institution)

Time), 2005

Equivalent, 2000

(Institution)

(Service Area)

Sources: NCES: Common Core Data; IPEDS Enrollment, Completions, and Graduation Rate Surveys, U.S. Census Bureau


The Circular Argument Race/Ethnicity, 2005-07 (Eastern Region)

Degree Production

The current industry base has shortages that need to be filled in certain areas. But overall workforce demand may not call for that many more college graduates.

A more educated citizenry leads to more entrepreneurship, small business development, and ability to attract outside business.

Workforce Demand

Economic Strength

A stronger economy creates more demand for educated workers.

Note: The above ignores all of the other benefits associated with an educated population – larger tax base, better health, greater civic engagement, fewer incarcerations, etc.


Percentage Employment by Industry, 2005-07 Race/Ethnicity, 2005-07 (Eastern Region)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year File.


Percentage Employment by Occupation, 2005-07 Race/Ethnicity, 2005-07 (Eastern Region)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year File.


Median earnings by degree level 2005 07
Median Earnings by Degree-Level, 2005-07 Race/Ethnicity, 2005-07 (Eastern Region)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


Increase in earnings from a high school diploma to a college degree 2005 07
Increase in Earnings from a High School Diploma to a College Degree, 2005-07

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


Average annual net migration by degree level 2005 2007 22 64 year olds eastern region
Average Annual Net Migration by Degree-Level (2005-2007) 22-64 Year Olds (Eastern Region)

Bachelors Degree or Higher

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


Age 16 average annual migration by occupation group 2005 07 eastern region
Age 16+ Average Annual Migration by Occupation Group, 2005-07(Eastern Region)

Management & Professional

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005-07 American Community Survey (ACS) Three-Year Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) File.


Patrick Kelly 2005-07(Eastern Region)

NCHEMS

[email protected]


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