School District/Education Agency Universe, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13
18,000+ school districts/education agency records
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|Federal Local Education Agency ID||LEAID||C,7,0|
|State FIPS Code||FIPST||C,2,0|
|State ID for agency.||STID||C,14,0|
|Name of education agency||NAME||C,60,0|
1 = Regular local school district. Locally governed agency responsible for providing free public elementary or secondary education; includes independent school districts and those that are a dependent segment of a local government such as a city or county.
2 = Local school district that is a component of a supervisory union. Regular local school district that shares its superintendent and administrative services with other school districts participating in the supervisory union.
3 = Supervisory Union. An education agency that performs administrative services for more than one school district, providing a common superintendent for participating districts.
4 = Regional Education Service Agency. Agency providing specialized education services to a variety of local education agencies, or a county superintendent serving the same purposes.
5 = State-Operated Agency. Agency that is charged, at least in part, with providing elementary and/or secondary instruction or support services. Includes the State Education Agency if this agency operates schools. Examples include elementary/secondary schools operated by the state for the deaf or blind; and programs operated by state correctional facilities.
6 = Federally-Operated Agency. A federal agency that is charged, at least in part, with providing elementary or secondary instruction or support services.
7 = Charter Agency. All schools associated with the agency are charter schools.
8 = Other Education Agency. Agency providing elementary or secondary instruction or support services that does not fall within the definitions of agency types 1–7
|Supervisory union number||UNION||C,6,0|
|County FIPS code||CONUM||C,5,0|
|Combined Statistical Area code||CSA||C,3,0|
|Core-Based Statistical Area code||CBSA||C,5,0|
|Type of CBSA||METMIC||C,1,0|
where UA: Urbanized Area; UC: Urban Cluster; PC: Principal City
11 = City, Large: area inside UA & inside PC & population >= 250,000.
12 = City, Midsize: area inside UA & inside PC & population 100,000-250,000.
13 = City, Small: area inside UA & inside PC & population < 100,000.
21 = Suburb, Large: area outside PC & inside UA & population >= 250,000.
22 = Suburb, Midsize: area outside PC & inside UA & population 100,000-250,000.
23 = Suburb, Small: area outside PC & inside UA & population < 100,000.
31 = Town, Fringe: area inside UC that is <= 10 miles from UA.
32 = Town, Distant: area inside UC that is 10-35 miles from UA.
33 = Town, Remote: area inside UC that is > 35 miles from UA.
41 = Rural, Fringe: non-urban area <= 5 miles from UA & <= 2.5 miles from UC
42 = Rural, Distant: non-urban area 5-25 miles from UA & 2.5-10 miles from UC
43 = Rural, Remote: non-urban area >= 25 miles from UA & >= 10 miles from UC
|Congressional District 112 code||CDCODE||N,9,0|
|Bureau of Indian Education code (1=Yes, 2=No)||BIEA||C,1,0|
|Boundary change indicator
1 = No significant boundary change for this agency since the last report. Currently in operation.
2 = Education agency has closed with no effect on another agency’s boundaries.
3 = This is a new education agency formed with no effect on another agency’s boundaries.
4 = Agency was in existence, but not reported in previous year’s CCD agency universe survey, and is now being added.
5 = Agency has undergone a significant change in geographic boundaries or instructional responsibility.
6 = Agency is temporarily closed and may reopen within 3 years.
7 = Agency is scheduled to be operational within 2 years.
8 = Agency was closed on previous year’s file but has reopened.
|Low grade offered||GSLO||C,2,0|
|High grade offered||GSHI||C,2,0|
|Kindergarten offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||KGO||C,1,0|
|1st grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G01O||C,1,0|
|2nd grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G02O||C,1,0|
|3rd offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G03O||C,1,0|
|4th offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G04O||C,1,0|
|5th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G05O||C,1,0|
|6th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G06O||C,1,0|
|7th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G07O||C,1,0|
|8th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G08O||C,1,0|
|9th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G09O||C,1,0|
|10th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G10O||C,1,0|
|11th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G11O||C,1,0|
|12th grade offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||G12O||C,1,0|
|Ungraded offered (1=Yes, 2=No)||UGO||C,1,0|
1 = All associated schools are charter schools.
2 = Some associated schools are charter schools and some are non-charter schools.
3 = All associated schools are non-charter schools.
|Number of schools||SCH||N,9,0|
|Students with Individualized Education Program (IEP) under IDEA Part B||SPECED||N,9,0|
|English language learner (ELL) students||ELL||N,9,0|
|Prekindergarten teachers (FTE)||PKTCH||N,8,2|
|Kindergarten teachers (FTE)||KGTCH||N,8,2|
|Elementary teachers (FTE)||ELMTCH||N,8,2|
|Secondary teachers (FTE)||SECTCH||N,8,2|
|Ungraded teachers (FTE)||UGTCH||N,8,2|
|Total teachers (FTE)||TOTTCH||N,8,2|
|Instructional aides (FTE)||AIDES||N,8,2|
|Instructional coordinators & supervisors (FTE)||CORSUP||N,8,2|
|Elementary guidance counselors (FTE)||ELMGUI||N,8,2|
|Secondary guidance counselors (FTE)||SECGUI||N,8,2|
|Other guidance counselors (FTE)||OTHGUI||N,8,2|
|Total guidance counselors (FTE)||TOTGUI||N,8,2|
|Librarians/media specialists (FTE)||LIBSPE||N,8,2|
|Library/media support staff (FTE)||LIBSUP||N,8,2|
|LEA administrators (FTE)||LEAADM||N,8,2|
|LEA administrative support staff (FTE)||LEASUP||N,8,2|
|School administrators (FTE)||SCHADM||N,8,2|
|School administrative support staff (FTE)||SCHSUP||N,9,0|
|Student support services staff (FTE)||STUSUP||N,8,2|
|All other support services staf (FTE)||OTHSUP||N,8,2|
|Race/ethnicities categories indicator||RACECAT||C,1,0|
|Grade 1 students||G01||N,9,0|
|Grade 2 students||G02||N,9,0|
|Grade 3 students||G03||N,9,0|
|Grade 4 students||G04||N,9,0|
|Grade 5 students||G05||N,9,0|
|Grade 6 students||G06||N,9,0|
|Grade 7 students||G07||N,9,0|
|Grade 8 students||G08||N,9,0|
|Grade 9 students||G09||N,9,0|
|Grade 10 students||G10||N,9,0|
|Grade 11 students||G11||N,9,0|
|Grade 12 students||G12||N,9,0|
|Total students, all grades||MEMBER||N,9,0|
|American Indian/Alaska Native students||AM||N,9,0|
|American Indian/Alaska Native students, male||AMALM||N,9,0|
|American Indian/Alaska Native students, female||AMALF||N,9,0|
|Asian students, male||ASALM||N,9,0|
|Asian students, female||ASALF||N,9,0|
|Hispanic students, male||HIALM||N,9,0|
|Hispanic students, female||HIALF||N,9,0|
|Black, non-Hispanic students||BLACK||N,9,0|
|Black, non-Hispanic students, male||BLALM||N,9,0|
|Black, non-Hispanic students, female||BLALF||N,9,0|
|White, non-Hispanic students||WHITE||N,9,0|
|White, non-Hispanic students, male||WHALM||N,9,0|
|White, non-Hispanic students, female||WHALF||N,9,0|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander students||PACIFIC||N,9,0|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander students, male||HPALM||N,9,0|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander students, female||HPALF||N,9,0|
|Two or more races students||TR||N,9,0|
|Two or more races students, male||TRALM||N,9,0|
|Two or more races students, female||TRALF||N,9,0|
Handling of data items without a positive reported data value.
All data elements are either completed by the state or have been filled with a “0,” “-1,” “-2,” “-9,” “M,” or “N.”
0 - There are no occurrences of this data element. A value was expected and measured, but there were no cases in the category.
-- For example, a district having no 12th graders would report 0.
M (or -1 for numeric values) - Data are missing. A value was expected and none was measured.
-- For example, a district that has at least one 12th grader but cannot measure the number of 12th graders would report -1.
N (or -2 for numeric values) - Data are not applicable. A value was neither expected nor measured.
-- For example, an elementary district not offering 12th grade would report -2 for 12th graders.