Appendix B

Statistical Tables





Chapter 1
Introduction 

1-1 Resident population of the United States, by race/ethnicity and sex: July 1995
1-2 Civilian labor force age 20 and older, by race, sex, and Hispanic origin: 1995
1-3 Number and percent of persons of all ages, by sex and disability status: 1994
1-4 Number and percent of employed persons of all ages, by sex and disability status: 1994
1-5 Employed scientists and engineers, by sex, race/ethnicity and disability status: 1995


Chapter 2
Precollege Education top

2-1 Percentage of public and private school students who were minority: 1987–1988, 1990–1991, and 1993–1994
2-2 Percentage of teachers who were minority, by sector: 1987–1988, 1990–1991, and 1993–1994
2-3 Students age 6–21 with disabilities receiving special education services, by type of disability: 1988–1994 school years
2-4 Students age 6–21 with disabilities receiving special education services, by type of disability and educational environment: 1993–1994 school year
2-5 Percentage of high school graduates taking selected mathematics and science courses in high school, by sex: 1982, 1987, 1990, and 1994
2-6 Average NAEP scale scores in science and mathematics in grades 4, 8, and 12, by sex and race/ethnicity: 1996
2-7 Average mathematics scale scores, by sex and race/ethnicity: 1990, 1992, and 1996
2-8 Percentage attaining mathematics proficiency levels on the National Assessment of Educational Progress for grades 4, 8, and 12, by sex and race/ethnicity: 1990–1996, selected years
2-9 Percentage of high school graduates taking selected mathematics and science courses in high school, by race/ethnicity: 1982, 1987, 1990, and 1994
2-10 Students age 6–21 in federally supported programs for students with disabilities, by type of disability: 1994–1995 school year
2-11 Total units in mathematics and science completed by students in the 12th grade in 1992 and average high school grade, by disability status and type of disability: 1992
2-12 Proficiency in mathematics and science of students in the 12th grade, by disability status and type of disability: 1992
2-13 Percentage of persons who have completed high school, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1975, 1985, and 1995
2-14 Percentage of students with disabilities age 14 and older exiting special education, by type of disability and basis of exit: 1993–1994
2-15 SAT average scores, by family income: 1996
2-16 Course-taking patterns of college-bound seniors, by mathematics and science fields: 1996
2-17 Advanced Placement (AP) candidates, by selected subjects and sex: 1996
2-18 Trends in average (mean) SAT mathematics and verbal scores, by race/ethnicity: 1991-1996
2-19 Trends in average ACT composite scores, by race/ethnicity: 1991-1996
2-20 Selected characteristics of persons who took the SAT: 1996
2-21 Average ACT composite scores, by type of high school program, race/ethnicity, and annual family income: 1996
2-22 Advanced Placement (AP) candidates, by selected subjects and race/ethnicity: 1996


Chapter 3
The Undergraduate Experience in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering top

3-1Number of earned bachelorís degrees, by field and by race/ethnicity of recipient: 1989–1995
3-2 Bachelorís degrees awarded to women, by major field group: 1966–1995
3-3 Bachelorís degrees awarded to men, by major field group: 1967–1995
3-4 Number of earned bachelorís degrees, by field and by race/ethnicity of male recipients: 1989–1995
3-5 Number of earned bachelorís degrees, by field and by race/ethnicity of female recipients: 1989–1995
3-6 Percentage distribution of persons 18–24 years of age in total population, total undergraduate enrollment, and the index of representation, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1980, 1990–1994
3-7 Number of persons 18–24 years of age in total population and total undergraduate enrollment, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1980, 1990–1994
3-8 U.S. population estimates of persons 18–24, by race/ethnicity, sex, and age: 1980, 1990–1994
3-9 Total undergraduate enrollment at all institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-10 Proportion of 4-year college dominant students participating in key core science and mathematics courses, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1982–1993 cohort
3-11 Proportion of community college dominant students participating in key core science, mathematics, and technology courses, by gender: 1982–1993 cohort
3-12 Total enrollment at 2-year institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-13 Full-time enrollment at 2-year institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-14 Percentage distribution of persons 18–24 years of age in total population, total student enrollment in 2-year institutions, and the index of representation, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1980, 1990–1994
3-15 Number of persons 18–24 years of age in total population and total 2-year college enrollment, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1980, 1990–1994
3-16 Percentage of undergraduates who reported a disability and among those with disabilities, the type of disability: 1995–1996
3-17 Full-time undergraduate enrollment at all institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-18 Total enrollment of undergraduate students at 4-year institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-19 Full-time enrollment of undergraduate students at 4-year institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-20 Percentage distribution of persons 18–24 years of age in total population, total enrollment of undergraduate students at 4-year institutions, and the index of representation, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1980, 1990–1994
3-21 Number of persons 18–24 years of age in total population and total 4-year college enrollment, by race/ethnicity and sex: 1980, 1990–1994
3-22 Percentage distribution of full-time, first-time, first-year students attending 4-year colleges in 1990, percentage distribution of earned bachelorís degrees in 1994, and the index of representation by race/ethnicity, sex, and field of degree
3-23 Percentage distribution of full-time, first-time, first-year students attending 4-year colleges in 1991, percentage distribution of earned bachelorís degrees in 1995, and the index of representation by race/ethnicity, sex, and field of degree
3-24 Full-time enrollment of first-time, first-year students at all institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: Fall 1976–1994, selected years
3-25 Earned bachelorís degrees conferred by all schools and by historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to blacks, by field: 1987–1994, selected years
3-26 Earned bachelorís degrees conferred by all schools and by historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to black men, by field: 1987–1994, selected years
3-27 Earned bachelorís degrees conferred by all schools and by historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to black women, by field: 1987–1994, selected years
3-28 Earned bachelorís degrees conferred by all schools and by institutions in Puerto Rico to Hispanics, by field: 1987–1994, selected years
3-29 Earned bachelorís degrees conferred by all schools and by institutions in Puerto Rico to Hispanic men, by field: 1987–1994, selected years
3-30 Earned bachelorís degrees conferred by all schools and by institutions in Puerto Rico to Hispanic women, by field: 1987–1994, selected years


Chapter 4
Graduate Education top

4-1 Graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-2 Female graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-3 Male graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-4 Full-time graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-5 Female full-time graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-6 Male full-time graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-7 Part-time graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-8 Female part-time graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-9 Male part-time graduate student enrollment in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-10 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health in all institutions, by sex, source of major support, and field: 1995
4-11 Female graduate science and engineering student enrollment, by institutional rank: 1985–1995
4-12 Graduate science and engineering student enrollment in Historically Black Colleges and Universities, by field: 1985–1995
4-13 Female graduate science and engineering students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities, by field: 1985–1995
4-14 U.S. citizen and permanent resident graduate students in science and engineering, by field for all races and ethnicities: 1985–1995
4-15 Black graduate students in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-16 American Indian or Alaskan Native graduate students in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-17 Hispanic graduate students in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-18 Asian or Pacific Islander graduate students in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-19 White non-Hispanic graduate students in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-20 Graduate students in science and engineering of other or unknown races and ethnicities, by field: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-21 Graduate students in science and engineering, by field, sex, and race/ethnicity: 1994 and 1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-22 Graduate students with temporary visas enrolled in science and engineering, by field: 1985–1995
4-23 U.S. citizen and permanent resident graduate students in science and engineering, by field and race/ethnicity: 1985–1995
4-24 Graduate students in science and engineering attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities, by field and race/ethnicity: 1985–1995 (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
4-25 Graduate enrollment, by disability status and field: 1996
4-26 Total degrees awarded in all fields, by degree level and sex of recipient: 1966–1995
4-27 Science and engineering degrees awarded, by degree level and sex of recipient: 1966–1995
4-28 Non–science-and-engineering degrees awarded, by degree level and sex of recipient: 1966–1995
4-29 Total masterís degree recipients, by major field group and sex: 1985–1995
4-30 Total doctorate recipients, by field, citizenship status, and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents: 1985–1995
4-31 Total doctorate recipients, by major field and sex: 1985–1995
4-32 Total doctorate recipients, by detailed field and sex: 1995
4-33 The top 50 institutions granting science and engineering doctorates to women, and women as a percentage of recipients, by institutions: 1995
4-34 Doctorate recipients in science and engineering, by field, primary mechanism of support, and sex: 1995
4-35 Top 50 institutions that were baccalaureate origins of 1991–1995 female science and engineering doctorate recipients, ranked according to total science and engineering doctorates to women, by field of doctorate
4-36 Postgraduation plans of science and engineering doctorate recipients who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents, by sex and detailed field: 1995
4-37 Total masterís degrees awarded, by field, citizenship status, and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents; 1987–1995, selected years
4-38 Masterís degrees awarded to U.S. citizens and permanent residents, by sex of recipient, field, and race/ethnicity: 1995
4-39 Science and engineering doctorates, by field and race/ethnicity: 1985–1995
4-40 Total doctorates awarded to U.S. citizens and permanent residents, by major field, sex, and race/ethnicity of recipients: 1985–1995
4-41 Doctorates in science and engineering awarded to U.S. citizens and permanent residents, by field, primary mechanism of support, and race/ethnicity: 1995
4-42 Recipients of science and engineering doctorates, by disability status: 1989–1995, selected years
4-43 Recipients of science and engineering doctorates, by major field and disability status: 1995
4-44 Doctorate recipients, by disability status and type of disability: 1989 and 1995
4-45 Doctorate recipients in science and engineering, by sex and type of disability: 1995
4-46 Years between bachelorís and doctoral degrees for scientists and engineers, by disability status and sex: 1995
4-47 Years between bachelorís and doctoral degrees for scientists and engineers, by citizenship status and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents: 1995


Chapter 5
Employment up

5-1 Scientists and engineers in the labor force, by occupation, sex, and highest degree: 1995
5-2 Employed scientists and engineers, by sex, race/ethnicity, disability status, and age: 1995
5-3 Employment status of scientists and engineers, by age, sex, and race/ethnicity: 1995
5-4 Scientists and engineers who are unemployed or out of the labor force, by reason for not working, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-5 Employed scientists and engineers who are working outside their field, by most important reason for working outside field, sex, and occupation: 1995
5-6 Part-time employed scientists and engineers, by reason for part-time status, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-7 Employed scientists and engineers, by occupation, employment sector, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-8 Scientists and engineers employed in academic institutions, by institutional type, highest degree, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-9 Full-time ranked doctoral science and engineering faculty at 4-year colleges and universities, by academic rank, age, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-10 Full-time doctoral scientists and engineers employed at 4-year colleges and universities, by tenure status, age, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-11 Full-time doctoral scientists and engineers employed in 4-year colleges or universities, by number of refereed publications and patents since 1990, sex, race, and disability status: 1995
5-12 Full-time doctoral scientists and engineers employed in 4-year colleges or universities, by support from federal grants or contracts, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-13 Scientists and engineers employed in business or industry, by primary work activity, age, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-14 Mean number of direct and indirect subordinates for supervisory scientists and engineers employed in business or industry, by age, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-15 Scientists and engineers employed in business or industry, by occupation, size of employer, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1995
5-16 Doctoral scientists and engineers employed full time in business or industry and who received degrees in 1990 or earlier, by occupation, number of publications, applications for a U.S. patent, sex, race/ethnicity and disability status: 1995
5-17 Median annual salaries of full-time employed scientists and engineers, by highest degree, occupation, sex and age: 1995
5-18 Scientists and engineers in the U.S. labor force, by occupation, race/ethnicity, and highest degree: 1995
5-19 Doctoral scientists and engineers in the U.S. labor force, by race/ethnicity, occupation and citizenship status: 1995
5-20 Employment status of scientists and engineers, by occupation and race/ethnicity: 1995
5-21 Median annual salaries of full-time employed scientists and engineers, by highest degree, occupation, race/ethnicity and age: 1995
5-22 Scientists and engineers in the U.S. labor force, by occupation, sex, race/ethnicity, and highest degree: 1995
5-23 Employment status of scientists and engineers, by occupation, sex and race/ethnicity: 1995
5-24 Full-time doctoral scientists and engineers in 4-year colleges or universities, by academic rank, sex and race/ethnicity: 1995
5-25 Full-time doctoral scientists and engineers in 4-year colleges or universities, by sex, race/ethnicity and tenure: 1995
5-26 Scientists and engineers employed in business or industry, by sex, race/ethnicity, and primary work activity: 1995
5-27 Median annual salaries of full-time employed scientists and engineers, by occupation, age, sex and race/ethnicity: 1995
5-28 U.S. population and scientists and engineers, by type of disability: 1995
5-29 Scientists and engineers with disabilities who are in the labor force, by age at onset of disability: 1995
5-30 Employment status of scientists and engineers, by age and disability status: 1995
5-31 Scientists and engineers in the U.S. labor force, by occupation, disability status, and highest degree: 1995
5-32 Median annual salaries of full-time employed scientists and engineers, by highest degree, occupation, disability status, and age: 1995

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