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Metros That Spend The Most For College Graduates Chart - Data 05/02/2016

Metros whose graduates spend the most on the local economy are mainly superstar cities like New York and L.A. and knowledge and tech hubs like San Jose, San Francisco, Seattle, and Denver, as well as the energy hub of Houston.

Elite University Studens From Low Neighbourhoods Chart - Data 05/02/2016

The latest Hesa figures show 11.4 per cent of those starting university in 2014-15 came from low-participation neighbourhoods, up from 10.9 per cent in the previous year and 9.6 per cent in 2009-10

The World’s Most International Universities Chart - Data 02/02/2016

The international outlook indicator considers each institution’s proportion of international staff, proportion of international students and proportion of research papers published with at least one co-author from another country. All the institutions that feature in the top 800 of the overall 2015-2016 ranking have been considered.

2014-15 Term English Benchmark In Kentucky Chart - Data 28/01/2016

In the 2014-15 term, 66.5 percent of Kentucky’s white eighth grade students met the English Benchmark, but only 36.9 percent of the blacks did

New York City Teaching Force Chart - Data 25/01/2016

While approximately 43 percent of New York City Public Schools male students are black, Latino or Asian, about 8 percent of male teachers belong to those group

US Teaching Force Chart - Data 25/01/2016

Nationally, the teaching force is 82 percent white, 7.8 percent Hispanic, 6.8 percent African American and 1.8 percent Asian, according to federal data

Pakistan Enrolment In Higher Education Chart - Data 13/01/2016

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has recently published ranking of Pakistani universities, both general as well as category wise. This ranking depicts over all position of a particular university vis a vis other universities in the country without shedding any light on the academic atmosphere and quality of teaching and learning within the institutions.