United States Education Data

Figure 1: United States and Other Countries Education Expenditures (% of GDP)
Figure 2: United States and Other Countries Adult Literacy Rate
Figure 3: United States, US At least High School Education
Figure 4: United States, US Bachelors Degree or Better Education
Figure 5: United States, US Education Attainment Breakdown
Figure 6: United States, US Higher Education Attainment
Figure 7: United States Bachelors Degrees Field of Study
Figure 8: United States Bachelors Degree Obtained
Figure 9: United States Education Attainment by Level Comparison (Age 25+)
Figure 10: United States Education Attainment Detailed Comparison (Age 25+)
Figure 11: United States Detailed Education Attainment Breakout by Age Group (Age 18+)
Figure 12: United States Detailed Education Attainment Breakout by Race (Age 25+)
Figure 13: United States Detailed Male and Female breakdown of Educational Attainment
Figure 14: United States School Enrollment by Aggregate Categories
Figure 15: United States, US Overall Public vs. Private School Enrollment
Figure 16: United States, US Public vs. Private K-8 School Enrollment
Figure 17: United States, US Public vs. Private High School Enrollment
Figure 18: United States, US Public vs. Private College Enrollment
Figure 19: United States, US Public vs. Private Graduate or Professional School Enrollment
Figure 20: United States, US Total Enrolled in Schools
Figure 22: United States Public vs. Private Preschool
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