A look at how school enrollment changes based on age in the United States.
A look at how educational attainment differs in rural and urban areas.
A look at how many people didn’t finish high school in all the states and counties in the U.S.
A look at where you can find the most people have an advanced degree in the United States.
Elementary, Middle, and High Schools have a Higher Proportion of Instructional Employees than Colleges and Universities
A look at how distribution of employees differs between elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education.
A visualization exploring the educational enrollment of Americans.
How educated are people in every state?
Here is a look at what percentage of the population is enrolled in college, and the how it differs geographically.
We love comparing counties and states so we made a tool that lets you do it with the level of educational attainment. Below you are able to compare every county, state, and the country state to see what percentage of the county has each level of of education.
The need to complete High School has essentially become a universal value in the United States. Even though this is the case, the High School Graduation Rate can differ more than 20% between states. Here you can find visualizations showing how the 2013 – 2014 graduation rate compares in each state.