*Statistics & Census Data


Crime and justice


  • Bureau of Economic Analysis
    Timely economic data, covering a wide variety of national indicators.

  • USDA Economic Research Service
    Studies a variety of issues relating to food prices, production, and supply, and its effect on the economy.

  • Economic Census
    5 year survey to provide a national snapshot of the economy, from the national to local level.  Bartle Library also has this in print, check InfoLINK for details.


  • National Center for Educational Statistics 
    Collects, analyzes and distributes education statistics covering K-university level education for the  U.S. and all states

    • Digest of Education Statistics 
      Annual report, with statistics covering K-university education. (Bartle L11 .D5,  1975-2008)

    • Condition of Education
      Covers a wide variety of indicators on the state of the U.S. educational system (Bartle  L112 .N377, 1992- ongoing, latest edition in Reference)

  • New York Department of Education does not have a single portal for education statistics, so try:
    • the Topics, A-Z index
    • To look for statistics on a school or district, try the Report Cards
    • DataNYSED  Provides assessment (english language arts and math) and enrollment data and graduation rates for schools by district, individual school or county. Archival data is available back to 2005-2006 school year.

Employment, labor, occupations, wages, etc




  • National Center for Health Statistics, FastStats
    NCHS is the largest clearinghouse for health data in the US.  This is a topical listing of their data sets and reports.

  • Childstats.gov
    Federal Inter-agency Forum on Child and Family Statistics monitors indicators of children's well being in U.S and collect data from a variety of sources that indicate this

Population & Demographics

See the Census, International Statistics & Data, and Migration Data pages for more sources.

Taxes and return data