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The Census reports on the level of education attained by adults age 25 and older. Our elderly population grew up in a time when education attainment was typically lower, and college attendance was less widespread. As this population is succeeded by younger and increasingly well-educated cohorts, the percent of the population that has attained higher levels of education slowly increases. Not only has the number of diplomas and degrees increased, but their percentage in the population has also increased, indicating a growth in attainment greater than the relative growth in national population.

Educational Attainment in Population 25 Years and Over, 1990-2000
1990 2000
Number Percent of Total Number Percent of Total
Total Population Age 25+ 5,637 100.00% 5,441 100.00%
Less than 9th grade 650 11.53% 880 16.17%
Some high school, no diploma 972 17.24% 794 14.59%
High school graduate* 1,896 33.63% 1,493 27.44%
Some college, no degree 1,176 20.86% 1,201 22.07%
Associate degree 164 2.91% 198 3.64%
Bachelor's degree 620 11.00% 701 12.88%
Graduate or professional degree 159 2.82% 174 3.20%

* "High school graduate" includes people with the G.E.D. and similar equivalents.

Source: Census 2000 analyzed by the Social Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN).

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