This is the Breakdown of the number of students enrolled in school by age and grade. This Data is from the US census of the Longwood area, zip code 23901 for the year of 2000. The pie chart shows the percentage of students enrolled by age, including college and graduate level. The smallest is the 3 to 4-year age group. The largest age group is 5 to 14 years of age. The 20 to 24 age group is 27.5% and is mostly made up of college students. The bar chart shows the break out of students enrolled in public versus private enrollment. The number of students in private schools drops with age. This is most likely due to cost and the lack of privative school in the area.
School Enrollment: 2000
Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) – Sample Data
This data shows a breakout of median annual salaries by education and by gender. The side by side comparison shows that males have higher salaries than females at each education level. Although each achieves higher salaries with education level the gap between male and female remains. The difference between bachelors and graduate levels for females does not go up as much as it does for males.
MEDIAN EARNINGS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2017 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS) BY SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 25 years and over with earnings
2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates
The purpose of this project was to get a better understanding of how things are different and how different ages and grades can show a big difference. I did notice that when kids go to school when they’re younger there is more enrolled but when you get up into the higher grades you see that there is less enrollment.
I got my information from the American Factfinder. I went to the education tab and picked from there. This information that I found really surprised me big time and I was not aware of this. I feel that teacher should know this information to maybe get more people to not give up when they get older and go for there dreams.