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Vital Signs: Economic and Social Indicators in New Hampshire
Chapter 12: Education

Education Data for New Hampshire education track fall enrollments to public and private schools, the number of graduates from New Hampshire public schools and public academies, and average SAT scores in reading and mathematics. School district expenditures and revenues are tracked, including cost per pupil, average teacher salaries and revenue sources from state, federal, and local and other sources. Fall enrollments to postsecondary institutions, the number of degrees conferred, the level of degree, and selected concentrations of study are also provided.

Data table: Education pdf file (June 2022)

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Related Articles and Analysis:

Graduate Employment Opportunities: Comparing Bachelor’s Degree Completions to Occupational Requirements pdf file July 2017
Skills most in demand in New Hampshire’s labor markets Adobe Acrobat file November 2016
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Adobe Acrobat file April 2013
More Education = Higher Pay pdf file October 2008
Preparing for the Workforce: How did program graduates match up to projected occupational demand? pdf file September 2008


Archived Vital Signs editions:
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