I estimate that less than 5% of the population graduates college two years earlier than normal based on my acquaintances, but this is likely biased as I am a graduate student and it may be smaller.EDIT: It occurs to me that my question does not ask for any opinions on whether early graduation is good, neutral, or bad.
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I think the biggest concern that people have is that skipping grades can be socially awkward, but I actually skipped largely for social reasons: I was splitting my time between two grades with different schedules, and when I moved, I just decided to take all my classes in the same grade (my school agreed).
The other thing is that you spend years getting used to being younger than everyone else, so when you get to college, it's not that much different.
In fall 2016, about 50.4 million students will attend public elementary and secondary schools.
Of these, 35.4 million will be in prekindergarten through grade 8 and 15.0 million will be in grades 9 through 12.
The percentage of students enrolled in public schools who are White is projected to continue to decline through at least fall 2025, as the enrollments of Hispanic students and Asian/Pacific Islander students increase (source).
In fall 2016, about 1.3 million children are expected to attend public prekindergarten; enrollment in public kindergarten is projected to reach approximately 3.7 million students (source).
This study is based on surveys with nearly 4,000 nontraditional college graduates and approximately 7,500 traditional college graduates who earned their degree between 19.
-- Despite delaying their college education, nontraditional college graduates -- defined here as those who earn their degree at age 25 or older -- have personal incomes later in life that are similar to those of traditional graduates, or those who earn their degree before age 25.
Total graduates by gender: 770 (50.9%) male and 743 (49.1%) female The oldest student to receive a Bachelor Degree is 72 years old.