Educational Attainment and Productivity Goals. How many more degrees and how to get there October 9, 2012 Strategic Directions Committee. Summary of presentation. Educational attainment – the percentage of the population with a degree or credential UNC role in meeting state attainment goals
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How many more degrees and how to get there
October 9, 2012
Strategic Directions Committee
* Note: For all but the top GDP states and the Oregon ratios, the bachelor’s degree attainment levels shown above are based on the current share of bachelor’s degrees in the broader undergraduate attainment distribution.
Source: BLS, CPS, ACS, 2010
Source: NCES, IPEDS 2010 Graduation Rate File; gr2010 Final Release Data File.
Note: Figures aggregated for Postsecondary Title IV Degree-Granting Institutions in the 50 States and District of Columbia.
How to determine the mix of programs?
Mix of what?
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey (Public Use Microdata Sample)
Business and Communications
Psychology and Social Sciences
Median Annual Wages by General Field of Study and Age
(Includes Only Bachelor’s Degree Holders, Not Holders of Graduate/ Professional Degrees)
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census.
Common Core of Data (CCD), "State Dropout and Completion Data File" , 2008-09 v.1a
NCES, IPEDS Fall 2010 Enrollment File; ef2010a Final Release Data File.
NCES, IPEDS 2010-11 Completions File; c2011_a Early Release Data File Downloaded 03-29-12.