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Marriage, children, & families
National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
U.S. statistics on academic achievement, graduation, dropouts, education spending, etc.
The Nation's Report Card
U.S. student performance by subject and educational achievement trends.
Cost, financial aid, completion, and demographic data on U.S. public and private colleges.
NEA Research Reports & Statistics
Data on U.S. K-12 enrollment, teachers, and spending by state. From the National Education Association.
International data on school enrollment, education spending, equity, etc. From the World Bank.
Country profiles, fact sheets, and interactive tools for education data.
Acceptance, retention, and graduation rates, plus statistics on diversity, financial aid, transfers, etc. From U.S. News & World Report.
Public opinion on social issues
Pew Social Trends
Americans' views on gay marriage, family roles, race, religion, violence, etc.
U.S. and international opinions on social issues like abortion, gender equality, religion, etc.
Bureau of Justice Statistics
Arrests, corrections, victims, spending, and other U.S. criminal justice system data.
Bureau of Prisons
Inmates, prison staff, and sentencing data.
Uniform Crime Reports (UCR)
Crime and law enforcement statistics from the FBI.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
Links to U.S. statistics from relevant agencies, sorted by crime or other category.
Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN)
Statistics on victims, rapists, reporting, and sexual assault in the U.S.
UN Office on Drugs and Crime
Drug trade, human trafficking, organized crimes, and other global statistics.
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