IPEDS

AcronymDefinition
IPEDSIntegrated Postsecondary Education Data System
IPEDSInteractive Public Exhibits and Digital Signage
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Finally, while not shown in the figures, the new IPEDs data for 2013 and 2014 indicate continued growth in the number of nursing education programs.
Instituciones de Educacion Superior (IES)--termino utilizado en los IPEDS para definir a una institucion o escuela que esta acreditada a nivel universitario por una agencia o asociacion reconocida por el Secretario de Educacion de los EE.UU.
(Concordia's first year of reduction information was not available in IPEDS, however, local news outlets reported record-size freshman and transfer classes.)
Third, for economists who track the output of new PhDs, there is some value in knowing which of the two main data sources (SED and IPEDS) turns out numbers that are too large, which are too small, and where in between an accurate count likely falls.
In order to look at population enrollment rates, we convert the IPEDS enrollment levels to enrollment rates using Census estimates of the population aged 16 and over.
Our "Base Model," described in the next section, relies almost entirely on current IPEDS and other government datasets.
* The IPEDS data used to determine supply includes graduates for every type of nursing program, including Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), RN to baccalaureate, master's, doctoral, and certificate programs.
A related concern is whether NCES graduation rates and IPEDS institutional data are appropriate for research on student persistence.
IPEDS began collecting data in 1985 from all postsecondary institutions in the United States (the 50 states and the District of Columbia) and other areas.
Only six sites earned an A: iPEDS, Google, the U.S.
Detailed information for this university ranking was selected from the 1994-95 Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) established by the National Center for Education Statistics.