National Longitudinal Study: Base Year, First, Second, and Third Follow-up Data : File Users Manual, Volume 1
Research Triangle Institute. Center for Educational Research and Evaluation, Jay Levinsohn, National Center for Education Statistics
The Department, 1978 - High school graduates
academic academic degree activities answer Appendix apply Armed Forces attend Average Bachelor's degree base-year Student Questionnaire BLANK 21 BLANK PRESENT BLANK Certificate Circle one number college or university complete composite computed CONTINUE WITH Q data file direct data entry earn ENGINEERING error example FICE CODE field of study follow-up instrument Follow-Up Question follow-up survey four-year college full-time GO TO Q grade graduate or professional homemaker Index indices labeled leaving high school LEVEL LONGITUDINAL STUDY MANAGEMENT manually edited military nonlinear regression nonresponse OCCUPATIONS operators parents part-time percent PRESENT BLANK PRESENT PRESENT PRESENT BLANK quartile questionnaire items record rekeying RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE Research Triangle Park response routing item routing patterns routing questions school or college school-related expenses Second Follow-Up Questionnaire SKIP to q specify SRIF stratum strict confidence Table teachers TECHNOLOGY Third Follow-Up Questionnaire Tuition variables vocational week of October
Page 7 - Beyond study and the National Longitudinal Study of the High School Class of 1972...
Page 18 - PROFESSIONAL such as accountant, artist, clergyman, dentist, physician, registered nurse, engineer, lawyer, librarian, teacher, writer, scientist, social worker, actor, actress 09 09 09 PROPRIETOR OR OWNER such as owner of a small business, contractor, restaurant owner...
Page 12 - ... (Circle one.) Yes 1 No, but my school does have a guidance counselor 2 No, my school does not have a guidance counselor 3 I have never needed to see a guidance counselor 4 12.
Page ii - ... and, from time to time, report full and complete statistics on the conditions of education in the United States; conduct and publish reports on specialized analyses of the meaning and significance of such statistics; . . . and review and report on education activities in foreign countries."-- Section 406(b) of the General Education Provisions Act, as amended (20 USC 1221e-l).
Page 20 - What kind of business or industry was this? (For example, retail shoe store, restaurant, etc.) (Write in): c. What kind of job or occupation did you have in this business or industry? (For example, salesman, waitress, secretary, etc.) (Write in): d What were your most frequent activities or duties on this job?
Page 49 - Pressman apprentices 533 Rollers and finishers, metal 534 Roofers and slaters 535 Sheetmetal workers and tinsmiths 536 Sheetmetal apprentices 540 Shipfitters 542 Shoe repairmen 543 Sign painters and letterers 545 Stationary engineers 546 Stone cutters and stone carvers 550 Structural metal craftsmen 551 Tailors 552 Telephone installers and repairmen 554 Telephone linemen and splicers 560 Tile setters 561 Tool and die makers 562 Tool and die maker apprentices 563 Upholsterers 571 Specified craft apprentices,...
Page 28 - It is much better for everyone involved if the man is the achiever outside the home and the woman takes care of the home and family.
Page iii - Data have been gathered and colligated from several sources, coded and edited for analysis purposes, and stored on magnetic computer tapes for future access. The current tapes contain base-year (1972) survey data, collected by the Educational Testing Service, integrated with first follow-up (1973) survey data, collected by the Research Triangle Institute.
Page 13 - What do most of your close friends plan to do next year? 69 (Circle one.) Enter the military service 1 Go to vocational, technical, business, or trade schools 2 Become full-time homemakers 3 Go to college 4 Enter apprenticeships or on-the-job training programs 5 Go to work full-time 6 I don't know 7 Other ..8 в SECTION Your attitudes and opinions . . . Please answer every question unless you are asked to skip to another one.