Statistics & Data
Many of the databases subscribe to by UT Libraries contain education-related statistics and data...
ERIC - Many documents and journal articles in ERIC contain statistics. Search by your topic and review the texts for relevant statistics.
Historical Statistics of the United States - Browse for education statistics under the "Work and Welfare" section.
ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) - Downloadable data sets. Read the "about" page for important details related to use.
OECD iLibrary - International statistics from 2000 to present.
Polling the Nations - Public opinion survey results from 1986 to present.
RAND Texas - Various education-related data from Texas. Build online tables and graphs or download data into Excel.
Roper Center for Public Opinion Research - On-campus access only. Many poll results are available as downloadable data sets.
Social Explorer - Create data reports and maps (down to street level) based on census data back to 1790.
WDI Online - Create online or downloadable reports based on World Bank's World Development Indicators
Although education statistics can be found on many web sites, these are often the best places to start...
Almanac of Higher Education (Chronicle of Higher Education)
American Factfinder (US Census Bureau)
Global Education Database (US Aid)
Historical Census Browser (University of Virginia Library)
Kids Count Data Book (Annie E. Casey Foundation)
National Center for Education Statistics (US Department of Education)
National Center for Science & Engineering Statistics (National Science Foundation)
National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (National Student Clearinghouse)
Open Doors (Institute of International Education)
Public School Explorer (Texas Tribune)
Research Connections (Child Care & Early Childhood)
Texas Higher Education Data - From Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board)
University of Texas at Austin, Office of Information and Analysis - Includes: Statistical Handbook, College Portrait, Faculty Salary Analysis, Enrollment Report, and the Common Data Set