High School and Beyond (HS&B) Series

Investigator(s): National Center for Education Statistics

The HS&B describes the activities of seniors and sophomores as they progressed through high school, postsecondary education, and into the workplace. The data cover the period 1980 through 1992 and include parent, teacher, and high school transcript data, student financial aid records, and college transcripts in addition to student questionnaires.

NCES also provides access to HS&B data through the DAS Web site. At this site you will find a link to a Windows software data analysis application (DAS). Users must download this software to their personal computers, create and submit their own specifications to generate statistical tables to this Web site, and retrieve their results.

For more information, visit HS&B at NCES.

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Most Recent Publications

2013
Flashman, Jennifer . A cohort perspective on gender gaps in college attendance and completion. Research in Higher Education. 545-570.
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2013
Mann, Allison,  DiPrete, Thomas A. Trends in gender segregation in the choice of science and engineering majors. Social Science Research. 42, (6), 1519-1541.
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2013
Mulder, Joris,  Fox, Jean-Paul . Bayesian tests on components of the compound symmetry covariance matrix. Statistics and Computing. 23, (1), 109-122.
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2013
Nagengast, Benjamin,  Marsh, HerbertW.,  Hau, Kit-Tai . Effects of single-sex schooling in the final years of high school: A comparison of analysis of covariance and propensity score matching. Sex Roles. 69, (7-8), 404-422.
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2011
Jacob, Brian A.,  Linkow,Tamara Wilder . Educational expectations and attainment. Whither Opportunity? Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children's Life Chances. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
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2011
Reardon, Sean F. The widening academic achievement gap between the rich and the poor: New evidence and possible explanations. Whither Opportunity? Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children's Life Chances. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
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2011
Yakusheva, Olga . In high school and pregnant: The importance of educational and fertility expectations for subsequent outcomes. Economic Inquiry. 49, ( 3), 810-837.
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2010
Alon, Sigal,  Domina, Thurston,  Tienda, Marta . Stymied mobility or temporary lull? The puzzle of lagging Hispanic college degree attainment. Social Forces. 88, (4), 1807-1832.
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2010
Berends, M.,  Peņaloza, R. Increasing racial isolation and test score gaps in mathematics: A 30-year perspective. Teachers College Record. 112, (4), 978-1007.
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2010
Yakusheva, Olga . Return to college education revisited: Is relevance relevant?. Economics of Education Review. 29, (6), 1125-1142.
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