7. 7. By level and school cycle Distinctions among different levels of education Elementary (primary and intermediate)- by school cycle that maybe presented by the grade or year. Secondary level- between academic or general, vocational, technical, etc. Class and students- make further supervisions on mathematics, communication arts, social sciences, etc. Tertiary level- students are divided by line of study.? By authority which is responsible for schools ? The proper classification of data in presenting statistics on schools, classes, students, and teachers maybe as follows: ?D. Educational Statistics
8. 8. Data on Student- the most essential source of information in educational planning is that concerns the students. Data on Teachers- as teachers salaries contribute the largest item in the educational budget, a proper planning of the future demand for teachers and their utilization is essential.
9. 9. Routine reporting of data obtained as by-product of educational administration.? Sample surveys drawn from population censuses ? Population censuses ? Ad hoc surveys at irregular intervals ? Regular sample surveys of students, teachers, etc. in all schools or a sample of them ? Regular censuses of students, teachers, graduates etc. in all educational institutions ?COLLECTION OF STATISTICAL DATA Basic statistical data for educational planning can be obtained in six ways, all which can be utilized by well-organized program of educational statistics per DECS, are as follows: