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Recent College Graduates Survey, 1974-1975: [United States]

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Title:Recent College Graduates Survey, 1974-1975: [United States]
Study Number:1276
Catalog Date:03/28/2011
Primary Investigator(s):United States Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
Source:ICPSR
Abstract:The Recent College Graduates (RCG) survey estimates the potential supply of newly qualified teachers in the United States and explores the immediate post-degree employment and education experiences of individuals obtaining bachelor's or master's degrees from American colleges and universities. The RCG survey, which focuses heavily, but not exclusively, on those graduates qualified to teach at the elementary and secondary levels, is designed to meet the following objectives: (1) to determine how many graduates become eligible or qualified to teach for the first time and how many are employed as teachers in the year following graduation, by teaching field, (2) to examine the relationships among courses taken, student achievement, and occupational outcomes, and (3) to monitor unemployment rates and average salaries of graduates by field of study. The RCG survey collects information on education and employment of all graduates (date of graduation, field of study, whether newly qualified to teach, further enrollment, financial aid, employment status, and teacher employment characteristics) as well as standard demographic characteristics such as earnings, age, marital status, sex, and race/ethnicity.
Universe:Students within one year of attaining a bachelor's or a master's degree from an American college or university.

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