Documentation and Questionnaires for the Midlife Follow-up:
Midlife Study Documentation:
Muller, Chandra, Sandra E. Black, Eric Grodsky and John Robert Warren. 2019. “High School and Beyond Sophomore Cohort Fifth Follow-up Documentation.” Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics. NCES 2019-138.
Note: This document is only available to NCES restricted license users of this dataset.
Survey Instruments for the Sophomore Cohort Fifth-Follow-Up:
- 2014 5th Follow-up 40-Minute CATI
- 2014 5th Follow-up 10-Minute CATI
- 2014 5th Follow-up Web
- 2014 5th Follow-up Paper for High School Graduates
- 2014 5th Follow-up Paper for High School Dropouts
Survey Instruments for the Senior Cohort Fourth-Follow-Up:
Survey Instruments for the Sixth Follow-Up (Sophomores & Seniors):
This material is based upon work supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation under grant number 2012-10-27; the National Science Foundation under grants numbers HRD 1348527, HRD1348557, DRL 1420691, DRL 1420572, and DRL 1420330; the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) under grant numbers R305U140001 and R305U180002; the National Institute on Aging under grant number R01AG058719-01A1, the Alzheimer’s Association under grant number SG-20-717567, and the Spencer Foundation under grant numbers 201500075 and 20160116. This project also benefited from support by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development under grant numbers 5 R24 HD042849 and P2CHD042849 (University of Texas Population Research Center), 5R24HD041023 (University of Minnesota Population Center), and P2C HD047873 (University of Wisconsin Center for Demography and Ecology) and from the National Institute on Aging under grant number P30AG066614 awarded to the Center on Aging and Population Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. For more details on our funding, please go to our Funders page.
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