RESULTS FROM THE 2005 HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT STUDY
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High school graduates with at least one college-educated parent averaged more credits earned than those whose parents were not college educated.
Total course credits earned, by graduate-reported highest level of education of either parent
*Significantly different from graduates with at least one parent who graduated college.
NOTE: View data with standard errors for parental education.
Learn more about the HSTS reporting groups.