Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics

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The Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS) collects and links data to evaluate education and workforce efforts in the Commonwealth. This includes developing reports and providing statistical data about these efforts so policy makers, agencies, and the general public can make better informed decisions. The Kentucky P20 Data Collaborative has been dissolved and its work is now being continued and expanded upon by KCEWS. This includes maintaining the Kentucky Longitudinal Data System (KLDS), a statewide longitudinal data system, as well as responding to requests for data and information, and providing reports on a number of topical areas including feedback about the performance of high school graduates after they go to college, developing the Kentucky County Profiles, and information about the outcome of teacher preparation, college, adult education, and other programs.
Postsecondary feedback reports highlighting employment and earnings for Kentucky’s public college graduates now available in the Data and Reports link above.
KCEWS Special Report – More College = More Money is now available in the Data and Report section above. This report gives summary information on employment and earnings for postsecondary degree recipients for Kentucky 4-year public universities.
KCEWS Special Report – No College Low Wages is now available in the Data and Report section above. This report highlights employment and wage information for Kentucky high school graduates that do not attend college.
Public use data files are now available for the 2013 High School Feedback report, 2014-15 County Profile Report and 2014 Early Childhood Profile. (link)