Statistics and Links to Statistical Reports

Alaska School Enrollment, 1959-1969

Violent Death in Alaska: Who Is Most Likely To Die? Matthew Berman and Linda Leask, "Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions," University of Alaska Anchorage, Institute of Social and Economic Research, February 1994, Vol. XXIX No. 1.

Alaska Bilingual Education Enrollments

Bilingual/Bicultural Education Programs

Chapter 4: The Labor Force Status of Alaska's Native Population, Theodore Lane, Adjunct Professor, ISER
and Partner, Thomas/Lane & Associates and Cheryl K. Thomas, President, Thomas/Lane & Associates, excerpted from Developing America's Northern Frontier, Theodore Lane, ed., University Press of America, 1987

Alaska Native Population Trends and Vital Statistics, 1950-1985, George W. Rogers, ISEGR RESEARCH NOTE, November 1971

1997 Kids Count Alaska Data Book The goal of Kids Count Alaska is to help create an informed public on children's issues. One part of achieving this goal is collecting and distributing information on the well-being of Alaska's children. This link provides access to the 1997 Kids Count Alaska Data Book, which reports 20 indicators of the health and welfare of Alaska's children.

Expanding Job Opportunities for Alaska Natives. PDF. November 1998. By G. Williamson McDiarmid, Scott Goldsmith, Mary Killorin, Suzanne Sharp, and others.

Community Control of Alcohol in Alaska, Matthew Berman and Teresa Hull, "Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions, University of Alaska Anchorage, Institute of Social and Economic Research, April 1997, Volume XXXI, No. 1

WHO PAYS FOR ALASKA’S SCHOOLS? Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, RESEARCH SUMMARY, R.S. No. 56, March 1995

Links to Other Social and Economic Data Via the Institute of Social and Economic Research Web Site

 


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