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School District Community Demographic Economic Characteristics & Trends


Topeka Public Schools Unified School District 501, KS [2012260]
.. updated 08/28/19

This document provides a summary of demographic-economic characteristics and trends for the Topeka Public Schools Unified School District 501 school district community developed by ProximityOne. See more about these reports and analytical tools below.

Contents
  • 01. Lay of the Land; Patterns of Economic Prosperity
  • 02. Narrative
  • 03. Interactive Table
  • 04. Demographic Trends
  • 05. General Demographics
  • 06. Social Characteristics
  • 07. Economic Characteristics
  • 08. Housing Characteristics
  • 09. Schools, Enrollment by Grade & Adminstratively Reported Characteristics
  • 10. Finances: Sources & Uses of Funds
  • 11. Children's Demographics by Type of Enrollment

01. Lay of the Land .. goto top


Patterns of Economic Prosperity by Neighborhood.
-- median household income by census tract based on ACS 2017.
 

Census tracts are near equivalents to neighborhoods in urban areas. For other areas, tracts provide the best overall sub-county neighborhood equivalents .. geographically large in some areas.

Median household income levels and associated color patterns are shown in the legend. A standardized setting in used for each state/area to make the views comparable. Schools are shown as markers by type as shown in the legend. Subscribers receive the ProximityOne CV XE GIS software and related GIS project to create drill-down, custom maps.

02. Narrative .. goto top


Overview. Topeka Public Schools Unified School District 501 is located in Shawnee County (20177) and Topeka, KS MSA metro ( 45820). The population of Topeka Public Schools Unified School District 501 changed from 98,310 in 2010 to 98,240 in 2017; a change of -70 (-0.1%). The metro population changed from 178,350 to 178,173, a change of -1,121 (-0.5%) during the same period. As of 2017, the population of Topeka Public Schools Unified School District 501 represented 42.1% of the metro total population.

Race/Ethnicity. Based on the most recent ACS 2017 5-year estimates the district total resident population was 95,639. The population of one race include 77.0% White alone, 12.1% Black alone, 0.8% American Indian/Alaska Native alone, 1.0% Asian alone, and 0.1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander alone. The Hispanic population (of any race) was 16.4% of the total population. These characteristics are based on more detailed data in section 05 below.

Housing, Households, Economic Situation. Of the district 46,762 total housing units, 40,689 were occupied housing units (households) or 87.0% of total units. Of the 21,503 owner-occupied units, the median housing value was $87,300. Of the 21,503 renter-occupied units paying rent, the median rent was $727. These characteristics are based on more detailed data in section 08 below.

Among the 21,705 family households, 14.1% had income below poverty level in the previous year. Among the total population, 19.6% had income below poverty level in the previous year. The district median household income was $40,376 with median family income of $53,502. These characteristics are based on more detailed data in section 07 below.

Education. Of the 22,442 district population 3 years and over enrolled in school, 9,826 were enrolled in grades K-8. Among the 63,604 population 25 years and over, 88.3% were high school graduates and 24.5% were college graduates. These characteristics are based on more detailed data in section 06 below.

Urban/Rural. The district is 99.9% urban with locale code 12.

Examine more detailed characteristics of the district using the tables presented below. This report is updated periodically throughout the year as new and refreshed data become available.

03. Interactive Table .. goto top


Kansas School District Enrollment by Grade 2018-19 interactive table
  Click column header to sort; again to sort other direction.
  Click ShowAll button between queries to refresh. Usage notes below table.
  See more information about this table below. See related Interactive Tables Main Page


Dbl-click Total Enrollment column header cell twice in above table to sort districts by total enrollment.
Click ShowAll button between queries (restores to default full table view).

04. Demographic Trends - goto top


Demographic Trends 20102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
Total population 98,310 98,664 98,691 98,602 98,368 98,543 98,225 98,240.........
  Ages 5-17 16,078 16,127 16,127 16,111 15,944 15,935 15,899 15,822.........
    % Ages 5-17 16.35 16.35 16.34 16.34 16.21 16.17 16.19 16.11.........
  Grade Relevant 5-17 in Poverty 4,966 4,178 5,125 4,536 4,138 3,890 2,986 2,940.........
    %Grade Relevant 5-17 in Poverty 30.89 25.91 31.78 28.15 25.95 24.41 18.78 18.58.........
Data in above table are model-based estimates developed for ESEA funding allocations.
See these dara in related U.S. national scope school district interactive table.

05. General Demographics - ACS 2015 & ACS 2017 5-year estimates - goto top

 DP1 -- GENERAL DEMOGRAPHICS ACS2015   ACS2017      
             
 GENDER & AGE            
    Total population 95,639 100.0 95,432 100.0    
      Male 45,656 47.7 45,429 47.6    
      Female 49,983 52.3 50,003 52.4    
             
      Under 5 years 7,552 7.9 6,918 7.2    
      5 to 9 years 5,834 6.1 5,959 6.2    
      10 to 14 years 5,511 5.8 5,403 5.7    
      15 to 19 years 6,006 6.3 6,024 6.3    
      20 to 24 years 7,405 7.7 7,524 7.9    
      25 to 34 years 14,676 15.3 14,098 14.8    
      35 to 44 years 10,498 11.0 10,952 11.5    
      45 to 54 years 12,141 12.7 11,638 12.2    
      55 to 59 years 6,119 6.4 5,681 6.0    
      60 to 64 years 5,546 5.8 5,889 6.2    
      65 to 74 years 7,015 7.3 7,972 8.4    
      75 to 84 years 4,725 4.9 4,641 4.9    
      85 years and over 2,611 2.7 2,733 2.9    
             
      Median age (years) 35.8 ... 36.3 ...    
             
      18 years and over 73,369 76.7 73,769 77.3    
      21 years and over 69,299 72.5 69,801 73.1    
      62 years and over 17,612 18.4 19,105 20.0    
      65 years and over 14,351 15.0 15,346 16.1    
             
      18 years and over 73,369 76.7 73,769 77.3    
        Male 34,603 36.2 34,688 36.3    
        Female 38,766 40.5 39,081 41.0    
             
      65 years and over 14,351 15.0 15,346 16.1    
        Male 5,716 6.0 6,281 6.6    
        Female 8,635 9.0 9,065 9.5    
             
 RACE            
    Total population 95,639 100.0 95,432 100.0    
      One race 88,724 92.8 89,716 94.0    
      Two or more races 6,915 7.2 5,716 6.0    
             
    One race 88,724 92.8 89,716 94.0    
      White 73,034 76.4 73,448 77.0    
      Black or African American 11,046 11.5 11,510 12.1    
      American Indian and Alaska Native 1,063 1.1 735 0.8    
        Cherokee tribal grouping 76 0.1 117 0.1    
        Chippewa tribal grouping 41 0.0 43 0.0    
        Navajo tribal grouping 70 0.1 13 0.0    
        Sioux tribal grouping 52 0.1 40 0.0    
      Asian 968 1.0 989 1.0    
        Asian Indian 208 0.2 223 0.2    
        Chinese 164 0.2 302 0.3    
        Filipino 292 0.3 193 0.2    
        Japanese 55 0.1 48 0.1    
        Korean 123 0.1 53 0.1    
        Vietnamese 27 0.0 34 0.0    
        Other Asian 99 0.1 136 0.1    
      Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 54 0.1 80 0.1    
        Native Hawaiian 0 0.0 25 0.0    
        Guamanian or Chamorro 14 0.0 8 0.0    
        Samoan 40 0.0 47 0.0    
        Other Pacific Islander 0 0.0 0 0.0    
      Some other race 2,559 2.7 2,954 3.1    
    Two or more races 6,915 7.2 5,716 6.0    
      White and Black or African American 2,660 2.8 2,070 2.2    
      White and American Indian and Alaska Native 1,548 1.6 1,533 1.6    
      White and Asian 557 0.6 556 0.6    
      Black or African American & American Indian & Alaska Native 457 0.5 461 0.5    
             
 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races            
    Total population 95,639 100.0 95,432 100.0    
      White 79,003 82.6 78,478 82.2    
      Black or African American 1,960 2.0 14,589 15.3    
      American Indian and Alaska Native 0 0.0 3,155 3.3    
      Asian 0 0.0 1,722 1.8    
      Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 338 0.4 265 0.3    
      Some other race 3,484 3.6 3,462 3.6    
             
 HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE            
    Total population 95,639 100.0 95,432 100.0    
      Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 15,025 15.7 15,616 16.4    
        Mexican 13,034 13.6 13,549 14.2    
        Puerto Rican 579 0.6 704 0.7    
        Cuban 75 0.1 82 0.1    
        Other Hispanic or Latino 1,337 1.4 1,281 1.3    
      Not Hispanic or Latino 80,614 84.3 79,816 83.6    
        White alone 63,011 65.9 62,299 65.3    
        Black or African American alone 10,290 10.8 11,106 11.6    
        American Indian and Alaska Native alone 858 0.9 599 0.6    
        Asian alone 904 0.9 933 1.0    
        Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 14 0.0 33 0.0    
        Some other race alone 39 0.0 85 0.1    
        Two or more races 5,498 5.7 4,761 5.0    
         Two races including Some other race 108 0.1 158 0.2    
         Two races excluding Some other race & 3 or more races 5,390 5.6 4,603 4.8    
             
    Total housing units 46,565 ... 46,762 ...    
             
 CITIZEN, VOTING AGE POPULATION            
    Citizen, 18 and over population 69,622 72.8 70,505 73.9    
      Male 32,556 34.0 32,854 34.4    
      Female 37,066 38.8 37,651 39.5    
             

06. Social Characteristics - ACS 2015 & ACS 2017 5-year estimates - goto top

 DP2 -- SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS ACS2015   ACS2017      
             
 HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE            
    Total households 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      Family households (families) 21,739 53.5 21,705 53.3    
        With own children of the householder under 18 years 9,916 24.4 9,799 24.1    
      Married-couple family 14,252 35.1 14,572 35.8    
        With own children of the householder under 18 years 5,294 13.0 5,612 13.8    
      Male householder, no wife present, family 1,975 4.9 1,903 4.7    
        With own children of the householder under 18 years 1,235 3.0 1,162 2.9    
      Female householder, no husband present, family 5,512 13.6 5,230 12.9    
        With own children of the householder under 18 years 3,387 8.3 3,025 7.4    
      Nonfamily households 18,887 46.5 18,984 46.7    
        Householder living alone 15,716 38.7 16,114 39.6    
         65 years and over 5,511 13.6 5,965 14.7    
             
      Households with one or more people under 18 years 11,265 27.7 10,952 26.9    
      Households with one or more people 65 years and over 10,362 25.5 11,020 27.1    
             
      Average household size 2.27 ... 2.25 ...    
      Average family size 3.04 ... 3.03 ...    
             
 RELATIONSHIP            
    Population in households 92,022 100.0 91,665 100.0    
      Householder 40,626 44.1 40,689 44.4    
      Spouse 14,329 15.6 14,640 16.0    
      Child 25,006 27.2 24,666 26.9    
      Other relatives 4,996 5.4 4,826 5.3    
      Nonrelatives 7,065 7.7 6,844 7.5    
        Unmarried partner 3,076 3.3 2,728 3.0    
             
 MARITAL STATUS            
    Males 15 years and over 36,237 100.0 36,382 100.0    
      Never married 14,222 39.2 13,796 37.9    
      Now married, except separated 15,065 41.6 15,531 42.7    
      Separated 547 1.5 539 1.5    
      Widowed 908 2.5 1,222 3.4    
      Divorced 5,495 15.2 5,294 14.6    
             
    Females 15 years and over 40,505 100.0 40,770 100.0    
      Never married 11,989 29.6 12,459 30.6    
      Now married, except separated 15,813 39.0 15,932 39.1    
      Separated 844 2.1 740 1.8    
      Widowed 4,183 10.3 4,477 11.0    
      Divorced 7,676 19.0 7,162 17.6    
             
 FERTILITY            
    Women 15 to 50 years old who had a birth in past 12 months 1,493 100.0 1,225 100.0    
      Unmarried women (widowed, divorced, and never married) 596 39.9 327 26.7    
        Per 1,000 unmarried women 43 2.9 24 2.0    
      Per 1,000 women 15 to 50 years old 66 4.4 54 4.4    
      Per 1,000 women 15 to 19 years old 20 1.3 15 1.2    
      Per 1,000 women 20 to 34 years old 118 7.9 91 7.4    
      Per 1,000 women 35 to 50 years old 14 0.9 21 1.7    
             
 GRANDPARENTS            
    Grandparents living with own grandchildren under 18 years 1,481 100.0 1,332 100.0    
      Grandparents responsible for grandchildren 727 49.1 662 49.7    
      Years responsible for grandchildren ... ...   ...    
        Less than 1 year 89 6.0 68 5.1    
        1 or 2 years 248 16.7 211 15.8    
        3 or 4 years 55 3.7 67 5.0    
        5 or more years 335 22.6 316 23.7    
             
    Grandparents responsible for own grandchildren under 18 years 727 100.0 662 100.0    
      Who are female 510 70.2 441 66.6    
      Who are married 432 59.4 389 58.8    
             
 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT            
    Population 3 years and over enrolled in school 23,341 100.0 22,442 100.0    
      Nursery school, preschool 1,555 6.7 1,649 7.3    
      Kindergarten 1,266 5.4 1,240 5.5    
      Elementary school (grades 1-8) 8,978 38.5 8,586 38.3    
      High school (grades 9-12) 4,401 18.9 4,586 20.4    
      College or graduate school 7,141 30.6 6,381 28.4    
             
 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT            
    Population 25 years and over 63,331 100.0 63,604 100.0    
      Less than 9th grade 3,047 4.8 2,315 3.6    
      9th to 12th grade, no diploma 5,412 8.5 5,142 8.1    
      High school graduate (includes equivalency) 20,444 32.3 20,852 32.8    
      Some college, no degree 14,713 23.2 15,736 24.7    
      Associate's degree 4,344 6.9 3,962 6.2    
      Bachelor's degree 9,700 15.3 9,907 15.6    
      Graduate or professional degree 5,671 9.0 5,690 8.9    
             
      Percent high school graduate or higher 86.60 ... 88.30 ...    
      Percent bachelor's degree or higher 24.30 ... 24.50 ...    
             
 VETERAN STATUS            
    Civilian population 18 years and over 73,278 100.0 73,715 100.0    
      Civilian veterans 7,611 10.4 6,965 9.4    
             
 DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION            
    Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 93,378 100.0 93,193 100.0    
      With a disability 16,112 17.3 15,528 16.7    
             
    Under 18 years 22,209 23.8 21,608 23.2    
      With a disability 917 1.0 869 0.9    
             
    18 to 64 years 57,537 61.6 56,953 61.1    
      With a disability 9,648 10.3 8,780 9.4    
             
    65 years and over 13,632 14.6 14,632 15.7    
      With a disability 5,547 5.9 5,879 6.3    
             
 RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO            
    Population 1 year and over 94,298 100.0 94,276 100.0    
      Same house 73,767 78.2 75,501 80.1    
      Different house in the U.S. 20,227 21.5 18,403 19.5    
        Same county 14,608 15.5 12,556 13.3    
        Different county 5,619 6.0 5,847 6.2    
         Same state 3,209 3.4 3,262 3.5    
         Different state 2,410 2.6 2,585 2.7    
      Abroad 304 0.3 372 0.4    
             
 PLACE OF BIRTH            
    Total population 95,639 100.0 95,432 100.0    
      Native 89,963 94.1 90,326 94.6    
        Born in United States 89,068 93.1 89,476 93.8    
         State of residence 61,858 64.7 63,311 66.3    
         Different state 27,210 28.5 26,165 27.4    
        Born in P.R., U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parent(s) 895 0.9 850 0.9    
      Foreign born 5,676 5.9 5,106 5.4    
             
 U.S. CITIZENSHIP STATUS            
    Foreign-born population 5,676 100.0 5,106 100.0    
      Naturalized U.S. citizen 1,669 29.4 1,536 30.1    
      Not a U.S. citizen 4,007 70.6 3,570 69.9    
             
 YEAR OF ENTRY            
    Population born outside the United States 6,571 100.0 5,956 100.0    
             
      Native 895 13.6 850 14.3    
        Entered 2010 or later 165 2.5 193 3.2    
        Entered before 2010 730 11.1 657 11.0    
             
      Foreign born 5,676 86.4 5,106 85.7    
        Entered 2010 or later 520 7.9 907 15.2    
        Entered before 2010 5,156 78.5 4,199 70.5    
             
 WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN            
    Foreign-born population, excluding population born at sea 5,676 100.0 5,106 100.0    
      Europe 421 7.4 363 7.1    
      Asia 1,047 18.4 1,103 21.6    
      Africa 94 1.7 36 0.7    
      Oceania 28 0.5 49 1.0    
      Latin America 4,012 70.7 3,530 69.1    
      Northern America 74 1.3 25 0.5    
             
 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME            
    Population 5 years and over 88,087 100.0 88,514 100.0    
      English only 78,386 89.0 78,279 88.4    
      Language other than English 9,701 11.0 10,235 11.6    
        Speak English less than "very well" 3,945 4.5 4,213 4.8    
      Spanish 8,081 9.2 8,563 9.7    
        Speak English less than "very well" 3,567 4.0 3,547 4.0    
      Other Indo-European languages 723 0.8 760 0.9    
        Speak English less than "very well" 71 0.1 161 0.2    
      Asian and Pacific Islander languages 649 0.7 750 0.8    
        Speak English less than "very well" 257 0.3 484 0.5    
      Other languages 248 0.3 162 0.2    
        Speak English less than "very well" 50 0.1 21 0.0    
             
 ANCESTRY            
    Total population 95,639 100.0 95,432 100.0    
      American 4,241 4.4 4,147 4.3    
      Arab 246 0.3 277 0.3    
      Czech 577 0.6 597 0.6    
      Danish 329 0.3 335 0.4    
      Dutch 1,724 1.8 1,258 1.3    
      English 9,311 9.7 12,413 13.0    
      French (except Basque) 2,661 2.8 2,143 2.2    
      French Canadian 208 0.2 310 0.3    
      German 22,979 24.0 19,933 20.9    
      Greek 52 0.1 81 0.1    
      Hungarian 123 0.1 156 0.2    
      Irish 11,863 12.4 9,771 10.2    
      Italian 2,659 2.8 2,272 2.4    
      Lithuanian 201 0.2 182 0.2    
      Norwegian 816 0.9 926 1.0    
      Polish 1,009 1.1 1,046 1.1    
      Portuguese 57 0.1 27 0.0    
      Russian 607 0.6 491 0.5    
      Scotch-Irish 991 1.0 1,046 1.1    
      Scottish 1,609 1.7 1,561 1.6    
      Slovak 44 0.0 42 0.0    
      Subsaharan African 699 0.7 415 0.4    
      Swedish 2,757 2.9 2,144 2.2    
      Swiss 485 0.5 301 0.3    
      Ukrainian 28 0.0 74 0.1    
      Welsh 1,004 1.0 718 0.8    
      West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) 183 0.2 157 0.2    
             
 COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE            
    Total households -9 ... 40,689 100.0    
      With a computer -9 ... 32,695 80.4    
      With a broadband Internet subscription -9 ... 26,985 66.3    
             

07. Economic Characteristics - ACS 2015 & ACS 2017 5-year estimates - goto top

 DP3 -- ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS ACS2015   ACS2017      
             
 EMPLOYMENT STATUS            
    Population 16 years and over 75,635 100.0 76,063 100.0    
      In labor force 47,912 63.3 47,679 62.7    
        Civilian labor force 47,821 63.2 47,625 62.6    
         Employed 43,720 57.8 44,471 58.5    
         Unemployed 4,101 5.4 3,154 4.1    
        Armed Forces 91 0.1 54 0.1    
      Not in labor force 27,723 36.7 28,384 37.3    
             
    Civilian labor force 47,821 63.2 47,625 62.6    
      Unemployment Rate 8.6 ... 6.6 ...    
             
    Females 16 years and over 39,911 52.8 40,074 52.7    
      In labor force 23,676 31.3 23,375 30.7    
        Civilian labor force 23,637 31.3 23,347 30.7    
         Employed 22,024 29.1 22,161 29.1    
             
    Own children of the householder under 6 years 8,414 11.1 8,150 10.7    
      All parents in family in labor force 5,667 7.5 5,702 7.5    
             
    Own children of the householder 6 to 17 years 12,373 16.4 12,136 16.0    
      All parents in family in labor force 9,800 13.0 10,117 13.3    
             
 COMMUTING TO WORK            
    Workers 16 years and over 42,933 100.0 43,677 100.0    
      Car, truck, or van -- drove alone 34,122 79.5 34,949 80.0    
      Car, truck, or van -- carpooled 5,500 12.8 4,974 11.4    
      Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 578 1.3 681 1.6    
      Walked 891 2.1 1,241 2.8    
      Other means 828 1.9 864 2.0    
      Worked at home 1,014 2.4 968 2.2    
             
      Mean travel time to work (minutes) 16 ... 16 ...    
             
 OCCUPATION            
    Civilian employed population 16 years and over 43,720 100.0 44,471 100.0    
      Management, business, science, and arts occupations 13,364 30.6 14,216 32.0    
      Service occupations 10,416 23.8 9,507 21.4    
      Sales and office occupations 10,830 24.8 10,787 24.3    
      Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 3,712 8.5 3,905 8.8    
      Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 5,398 12.3 6,056 13.6    
             
 INDUSTRY            
    Civilian employed population 16 years and over 43,720 100.0 44,471 100.0    
      Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining 222 0.5 189 0.4    
      Construction 2,516 5.8 2,683 6.0    
      Manufacturing 3,302 7.6 4,380 9.8    
      Wholesale trade 637 1.5 663 1.5    
      Retail trade 4,961 11.3 5,093 11.5    
      Transportation and warehousing, and utilities 1,723 3.9 1,604 3.6    
      Information 812 1.9 960 2.2    
      Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing 3,034 6.9 3,053 6.9    
      Professional, scientific, mgmt, & admin & waste mgmt services 4,070 9.3 3,590 8.1    
      Educational services, and health care and social assistance 11,961 27.4 11,531 25.9    
      Arts, entertainment,& recreation, & accommodation & food services 4,614 10.6 4,759 10.7    
      Other services, except public administration 2,207 5.0 2,224 5.0    
      Public administration 3,661 8.4 3,742 8.4    
             
 CLASS OF WORKER            
    Civilian employed population 16 years and over 43,720 100.0 44,471 100.0    
      Private wage and salary workers 33,283 76.1 34,299 77.1    
      Government workers 8,438 19.3 8,323 18.7    
      Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers 1,980 4.5 1,821 4.1    
      Unpaid family workers 19 0.0 28 0.1    
             
 INCOME & BENEFITS (2015 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)            
    Total households 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      Less than $10,000 3,951 9.7 3,257 8.0    
      $10,000 to $14,999 3,105 7.6 2,931 7.2    
      $15,000 to $24,999 5,932 14.6 5,951 14.6    
      $25,000 to $34,999 5,848 14.4 5,517 13.6    
      $35,000 to $49,999 6,661 16.4 6,381 15.7    
      $50,000 to $74,999 7,314 18.0 7,836 19.3    
      $75,000 to $99,999 4,046 10.0 4,229 10.4    
      $100,000 to $149,999 2,723 6.7 3,404 8.4    
      $150,000 to $199,999 565 1.4 705 1.7    
      $200,000 or more 481 1.2 478 1.2    
      Median household income (dollars) 37,551 ... 40,376 ...    
      Mean household income (dollars) 49,498 ... 52,894 ...    
             
      With earnings 29,674 73.0 29,349 72.1    
        Mean earnings (dollars) 50,774 ... 54,168 ...    
      With Social Security 13,060 32.1 13,584 33.4    
        Mean Social Security income (dollars) 16,746 ... 17,579 ...    
      With retirement income 7,732 19.0 8,047 19.8    
        Mean retirement income (dollars) 16,476 ... 18,880 ...    
             
      With Supplemental Security Income 2,651 6.5 2,829 7.0    
        Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) 8,562 ... 9,550 ...    
      With cash public assistance income 1,421 3.5 1,472 3.6    
        Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) 4,312 ... 3,151 ...    
      With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months 6,741 16.6 6,008 14.8    
             
    Families 21,739 100.0 21,705 100.0    
      Less than $10,000 1,368 6.3 1,099 5.1    
      $10,000 to $14,999 1,045 4.8 966 4.5    
      $15,000 to $24,999 2,248 10.3 2,377 11.0    
      $25,000 to $34,999 2,786 12.8 2,515 11.6    
      $35,000 to $49,999 3,529 16.2 3,174 14.6    
      $50,000 to $74,999 4,800 22.1 5,130 23.6    
      $75,000 to $99,999 2,941 13.5 2,801 12.9    
      $100,000 to $149,999 2,185 10.1 2,721 12.5    
      $150,000 to $199,999 470 2.2 562 2.6    
      $200,000 or more 367 1.7 360 1.7    
      Median family income (dollars) 49,535 ... 53,502 ...    
      Mean family income (dollars) 59,998 ... 63,939 ...    
             
      Per capita income (dollars) 21,645 ... 23,426 ...    
             
    Nonfamily households 18,887 ... 18,984 ...    
      Median nonfamily income (dollars) 26,572 ... 29,455 ...    
      Mean nonfamily income (dollars) 35,505 ... 38,012 ...    
             
    Median earnings for workers (dollars) 25,344 ... 27,148 ...    
    Median earnings for male full-time, year-round workers (dollars) 38,621 ... 39,583 ...    
    Median earnings for female full-time, year-round workers (dollars) 32,081 ... 34,280 ...    
             
 HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE            
    Civilian noninstitutionalized population 93,378 100.0 93,193 100.0    
      With health insurance coverage 79,731 85.4 81,764 87.7    
        With private health insurance 58,444 62.6 61,062 65.5    
        With public coverage 34,642 37.1 35,175 37.7    
      No health insurance coverage 13,647 14.6 11,429 12.3    
             
    Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years 22,209 100.0 22,764 100.0    
      No health insurance coverage 1,025 ... 1,500 ...    
             
    Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years 57,537 100.0 55,797 100.0    
      In labor force: 44,637 77.6 43,751 78.4    
        Employed: 40,888 71.1 41,109 73.7    
         With health insurance coverage 33,164 57.6 34,757 62.3    
         With private health insurance 31,132 54.1 32,671 58.6    
         With public coverage 3,167 5.5 3,517 6.3    
         No health insurance coverage 7,724 13.4 6,352 11.4    
        Unemployed: 3,749 6.5 2,642 4.7    
         With health insurance coverage 1,909 3.3 1,519 2.7    
         With private health insurance 1,089 1.9 1,028 1.8    
         With public coverage 1,026 1.8 684 1.2    
         No health insurance coverage 1,840 3.2 1,123 2.0    
      Not in labor force: 12,900 22.4 12,046 21.6    
        With health insurance coverage 9,878 17.2 9,610 17.2    
         With private health insurance 5,035 8.8 4,348 7.8    
         With public coverage 5,972 10.4 6,365 11.4    
        No health insurance coverage 3,022 5.3 2,436 4.4    
             
 Percent Families & People W/Income Past 12 Mo Below Poverty Level            
    All families 16.7 ... 14.1 ...    
      With related children of the householder under 18 years 27.7 ... 23.4 ...    
        With related children of the householder under 5 years only 28.6 ... 26.0 ...    
    Married couple families 8.1 ... 7.3 ...    
      With related children of the householder under 18 years 14.1 ... 11.3 ...    
        With related children of the householder under 5 years only 8.4 ... 13.3 ...    
    Families with female householder, no husband present 36.7 ... 29.7 ...    
      With related children of the householder under 18 years 45.9 ... 39.8 ...    
        With related children of the householder under 5 years only 58.6 ... 50.1 ...    
             
    All people 22.7 ... 19.6 ...    
    Under 18 years 32.2 ... 26.9 ...    
      Related children of the householder under 18 years 31.8 ... 26.5 ...    
        Related children of the householder under 5 years 35.3 ... 32.9 ...    
        Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years 30.0 ... 23.4 ...    
    18 years and over 19.8 ... 17.4 ...    
    18 to 64 years 22.5 ... 19.6 ...    
    65 years and over 8.7 ... 8.8 ...    
    People in families 19.6 ... 16.1 ...    
    Unrelated individuals 15 years and over 30.8 ... 28.4 ...    
             

08. Housing Characteristics - ACS 2015 & ACS 2017 5-year estimates - goto top

 DP4 -- SELECTED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS ACS2015   ACS2017      
             
 HOUSING OCCUPANCY            
    Total housing units 46,565 100.0 46,762 100.0    
      Occupied housing units 40,626 87.2 40,689 87.0    
      Vacant housing units 5,939 12.8 6,073 13.0    
             
      Homeowner vacancy rate 2.90 ... 2.20 ...    
      Rental vacancy rate 11.70 ... 12.00 ...    
             
 UNITS IN STRUCTURE            
    Total housing units 46,565 100.0 46,762 100.0    
    1-unit, detached 31,146 66.9 31,410 67.2    
    1-unit, attached 1,971 4.2 1,704 3.6    
    2 units 1,297 2.8 1,269 2.7    
    3 or 4 units 1,668 3.6 2,064 4.4    
    5 to 9 units 2,776 6.0 2,266 4.8    
    10 to 19 units 2,222 4.8 2,242 4.8    
    20 or more units 4,919 10.6 5,351 11.4    
    Mobile home 566 1.2 456 1.0    
    Boat, RV, van, etc. 0 0.0 0 0.0    
             
 YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT            
    Total housing units 46,565 100.0 46,762 100.0    
    Built 2014 or later 0 0.0 32 0.1    
    Built 2010 to 2013 187 0.4 184 0.4    
    Built 2000 to 2009 1,570 3.4 1,562 3.3    
    Built 1990 to 1999 1,945 4.2 2,066 4.4    
    Built 1980 to 1989 3,247 7.0 3,073 6.6    
    Built 1970 to 1979 6,974 15.0 6,738 14.4    
    Built 1960 to 1969 9,355 20.1 9,136 19.5    
    Built 1950 to 1959 9,097 19.5 9,573 20.5    
    Built 1940 to 1949 3,928 8.4 3,829 8.2    
    Built 1939 or earlier 10,262 22.0 10,569 22.6    
             
 ROOMS            
    Total housing units 46,565 100.0 46,762 100.0    
    1 room 951 2.0 2,326 5.0    
    2 rooms 1,453 3.1 1,086 2.3    
    3 rooms 5,062 10.9 4,480 9.6    
    4 rooms 9,077 19.5 8,655 18.5    
    5 rooms 9,752 20.9 10,057 21.5    
    6 rooms 8,232 17.7 8,359 17.9    
    7 rooms 5,075 10.9 4,947 10.6    
    8 rooms 3,287 7.1 3,222 6.9    
    9 rooms or more 3,676 7.9 3,630 7.8    
    Median rooms 5 ... 5 ...    
             
 BEDROOMS            
    Total housing units 46,565 100.0 46,762 100.0    
    No bedroom 1,146 2.5 2,428 5.2    
    1 bedroom 7,802 16.8 6,874 14.7    
    2 bedrooms 15,777 33.9 15,093 32.3    
    3 bedrooms 16,503 35.4 16,673 35.7    
    4 bedrooms 4,356 9.4 4,778 10.2    
    5 or more bedrooms 981 2.1 916 2.0    
             
 HOUSING TENURE            
    Occupied housing units 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      Owner-occupied 21,553 53.1 21,503 52.8    
      Renter-occupied 19,073 46.9 19,186 47.2    
             
      Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2 ... 2 ...    
      Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2 ... 2 ...    
             
 YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT            
    Occupied housing units 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      Moved in 2015 or later 715 1.8 5,808 14.3    
      Moved in 2010 to 2014 15,114 37.2 14,396 35.4    
      Moved in 2000 to 2009 13,537 33.3 10,298 25.3    
      Moved in 1990 to 1999 5,097 12.5 4,641 11.4    
      Moved in 1980 to 1989 2,745 6.8 2,564 6.3    
      Moved in 1979 and earlier 3,418 8.4 2,982 7.3    
             
 VEHICLES AVAILABLE            
    Occupied housing units 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      No vehicles available 4,384 10.8 4,552 11.2    
      1 vehicle available 17,430 42.9 17,415 42.8    
      2 vehicles available 13,183 32.4 13,404 32.9    
      3 or more vehicles available 5,629 13.9 5,318 13.1    
             
 HOUSE HEATING FUEL            
    Occupied housing units 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      Utility gas 29,710 73.1 30,505 75.0    
      Bottled, tank, or LP gas 324 0.8 375 0.9    
      Electricity 10,020 24.7 9,260 22.8    
      Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 20 0.0 13 0.0    
      Coal or coke 5 0.0 0 0.0    
      Wood 344 0.8 311 0.8    
      Solar energy 0 0.0 0 0.0    
      Other fuel 69 0.2 65 0.2    
      No fuel used 134 0.3 160 0.4    
             
 SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS            
    Occupied housing units 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      Lacking complete plumbing facilities 153 0.4 122 0.3    
      Lacking complete kitchen facilities 278 0.7 375 0.9    
      No telephone service available 1,582 3.9 2,354 5.8    
             
 OCCUPANTS PER ROOM            
    Occupied housing units 40,626 100.0 40,689 100.0    
      1.00 or less 39,656 97.6 39,752 97.7    
      1.01 to 1.50 663 1.6 410 1.0    
      1.51 or more 307 0.8 527 1.3    
             
 VALUE            
    Owner-occupied units 21,553 53.1 21,503 52.8    
      Less than $50,000 3,776 9.3 3,543 8.7    
      $50,000 to $99,999 9,841 24.2 9,632 23.7    
      $100,000 to $149,999 4,694 11.6 4,814 11.8    
      $150,000 to $199,999 1,943 4.8 2,216 5.4    
      $200,000 to $299,999 889 2.2 820 2.0    
      $300,000 to $499,999 319 0.8 362 0.9    
      $500,000 to $999,999 58 0.1 72 0.2    
      $1,000,000 or more 33 0.1 44 0.1    
      Median (dollars) 86,000 ... 87,300 ...    
             
 MORTGAGE STATUS            
    Owner-occupied units 21,553 100.0 21,503 100.0    
      Housing units with a mortgage 12,905 59.9 12,736 59.2    
      Housing units without a mortgage 8,648 40.1 8,767 40.8    
             
 SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (SMOC)            
    Housing units with a mortgage 12,905 100.0 12,736 100.0    
      Less than $500 402 3.1 346 2.7    
      $500 to $999 6,542 50.7 6,180 48.5    
      $1,000 to $1,499 4,510 34.9 4,685 36.8    
      $1,500 to $1,999 1,097 8.5 1,123 8.8    
      $2,000 to $2,499 251 1.9 268 2.1    
      $2,500 to $2,999 38 0.3 18 0.1    
      $3,000 or more 65 0.5 116 0.9    
      Median (dollars) 975 ... 990 ...    
             
    Housing units without a mortgage 8,648 100.0 8,767 100.0    
      Less than $250 961 11.1 885 10.1    
      $250 to $399 2,982 34.5 2,803 32.0    
      $400 to $599 3,278 37.9 3,572 40.7    
      $600 to $799 1,065 12.3 1,035 11.8    
      $800 to $999 254 2.9 284 3.2    
      $1,000 or more 108 1.2 188 2.1    
      Median (dollars) 419 ... 432 ...    
             
 Monthly Owner Costs as Percent of Household Income (SMOCAPI)            
    Housing units with a mortgage (excl units where SMOCAPI cannot be computed) 12,849 100.0 12,718 100.0    
      Less than 20.0 percent 6,430 50.0 6,927 54.5    
      20.0 to 24.9 percent 1,836 14.3 1,922 15.1    
      25.0 to 29.9 percent 1,340 10.4 1,094 8.6    
      30.0 to 34.9 percent 808 6.3 779 6.1    
      35.0 percent or more 2,435 19.0 1,996 15.7    
             
      Not computed 56 0.4 18 0.1    
             
    Housing unit without a mortgage (excl units where SMOCAPI cannot be computed) 8,565 100.0 8,678 100.0    
      Less than 10.0 percent 3,315 38.7 3,606 41.6    
      10.0 to 14.9 percent 1,963 22.9 1,923 22.2    
      15.0 to 19.9 percent 1,034 12.1 1,148 13.2    
      20.0 to 24.9 percent 567 6.6 548 6.3    
      25.0 to 29.9 percent 533 6.2 440 5.1    
      30.0 to 34.9 percent 349 4.1 323 3.7    
      35.0 percent or more 804 9.4 690 8.0    
             
      Not computed 83 1.0 89 1.0    
             
 GROSS RENT            
    Occupied units paying rent 18,355 100.0 18,564 100.0    
      Less than $500 4,000 21.8 3,527 19.0    
      $500 to $999 11,319 61.7 11,431 61.6    
      $1,000 to $1,499 2,297 12.5 2,686 14.5    
      $1,500 to $1,999 360 2.0 481 2.6    
      $2,000 to $2,499 269 1.5 335 1.8    
      $2,500 to $2,999 8 0.0 34 0.2    
      $3,000 or more 102 0.6 70 0.4    
      Median (dollars) 696 ... 727 ...    
             
      No rent paid 718 3.9 622 3.4    
             
 Gross Rent as Percent of Household Income (GRAPI)            
    Occupied units paying rent (excl units where GRAPI cannot be computed) 18,073 100.0 18,314 100.0    
      Less than 15.0 percent 2,048 11.3 2,211 12.1    
      15.0 to 19.9 percent 2,669 14.8 2,499 13.6    
      20.0 to 24.9 percent 1,932 10.7 2,019 11.0    
      25.0 to 29.9 percent 2,136 11.8 2,302 12.6    
      30.0 to 34.9 percent 1,442 8.0 1,719 9.4    
      35.0 percent or more 7,846 43.4 7,564 41.3    
             
      Housing Units 1,000 5.5 872 4.8    

09. Schools, Enrollment & Administratively Reported Characteristics - goto top

 Administrative Records Data SY 14-15   SY 16-17      
   Address 624 Sw 24th          
   City Topeka          
   State KS          
   ZIP Code 66611          
   Locale Code 21          
   Low Grade PK          
   High Grade 12          
   Schools 28          
   Enrollment by Grade 14,050 100.0 13,791      
     Grade PK 442 3.1 445      
     Grade KG 1,120 8.0 1,130      
     Grade 01 1,154 8.2 1,083      
     Grade 02 1,164 8.3 1,060      
     Grade 03 1,052 7.5 1,093      
     Grade 04 1,084 7.7 1,073      
     Grade 05 1,064 7.6 983      
     Grade 06 989 7.0 1,026      
     Grade 07 996 7.1 976      
     Grade 08 964 6.9 925      
     Grade 09 1,131 8.0 1,243      
     Grade 10 970 6.9 918      
     Grade 11 829 5.9 882      
     Grade 12 772 5.5 808      
     Grade UG 319 2.3 146      
     Grade AE -2   -1      
   Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity & Gender            
     Total 14,050 100.0        
       Male 7,192 51.2        
       Female 6,858 48.8        
     White 5,611 39.9        
       Male 2,965 21.1        
       Female 2,646 18.8        
     Black 2,651 18.9        
       Male 1,336 9.5        
       Female 1,315 9.4        
     American Indian/Alaska Native 169 1.2        
       Male 83 0.6        
       Female 86 0.6        
     Asian 94 0.7        
       Male 45 0.3        
       Female 49 0.3        
     Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 23 0.2        
       Male 11 0.1        
       Female 12 0.1        
     Two or more races 1,300 9.3        
       Male 628 4.5        
       Female 672 4.8        
     Hispanic 4,202 29.9        
       Male 2,124 15.1        
       Female 2,078 14.8        

10. School District Finances - goto top

 School District Finances FY 2014   FY 2017      
 Total Enrollment 14,079   13,791      
             
   Total Elementary-Secondary Revenue [total revenues in K$] $178,706 100.0 $180,516      
    Federal Sources $28,899 16.2 $28,511      
       Compensatory (Title I) $7,257 4.1 $5,954      
       Children with disabilities $0 0.0 $0      
       Child Nutrition Act $6,572 3.7 $7,217      
       All other federal aid $15,070 8.4 $15,340      
    State Sources $108,619 60.8 $124,823      
      General formula assistance $79,446 44.5 $95,635      
      Special education programs $15,171 8.5 $15,228      
      Transportation programs $0 0.0 $11      
      Other $14,002 7.8 $13,949      
    Local Sources $41,188 23.0 $27,182      
      All taxes $31,669 17.7 $18,781      
      Property taxes $31,669 17.7 $18,781      
      Parent government contributions $0 0.0 $0      
      Revenue from cities and counties $2,585 1.4 $2,336      
      Revenue from other school systems $40 0.0 $0      
      Charges $2,109 1.2 $1,802      
      Other $4,785 2.7 $4,263      
             
   Per Student Current Expenditures            
     Total Current Expenditures $11,547   $11,869      
       Salaries & Wages $6,985   $7,333      
       Employee Benefits Payments $2,532   $2,425      
     Total Current Spending for Instruction $6,797   $6,800      
       Salaries & Wages $4,599   $4,813      
       Employee Benefits $1,690   $1,610      
     Total Current Spending for Support Services $4,106   $4,413      
       Student Support $965   $983      
       Instructional Staff Support $492   $491      
       General Administration $194   $178      
       School Administration $660   $749      

11. Children's Demographics by Type of Enrollment - goto top

 Childrens Demographics by Type of Enrollment SDST1014   SDST1317      
 Total Population 95,008   95,432      
     Children (ages 0-19) %:TC/TPOP 22,645 23.8 22,220 23.3    
     Grade Relevant Children (RC) %:RC/TPOP 17,980 18.9 17,470 18.3    
       Enrolled (RCE) %:RCE/RC 15,790 87.8 15,475 88.6    
         Enrolled Public Schools (RCEPb) %:RCEPb/RC 13,740 76.4 13,685 78.3    
         Enrolled Private Schools (RCEPv) %:RCEPv/RC 2,050 11.4 1,790 10.2    
       Not Enrolled (RCNE) %:RCNE/RC 2,190 12.2 1,995 11.4    
             


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This document provides a summary of demographic-economic characteristics and trends for the school district community developed by ProximityOne. It provides access to multi-sourced data about the district organized in a consumable form. An indispensible document for use by administrators, planners, analysts, stakeholders, businesses, researchers and others, it is updated throughout the year as new/updated data become available. ProximityOne uses these and related data to develop more current and geographically detailed estimates and projections.

The full and most up-to-date version is available to subscribers.

Data in this report are also available as a part of the School District Geographic Information System (SDGIS) that enables mapping and geospatial analysis with drill-down to the intersection/neighborhood level. Integrate student, school, school attendance zone, city, county, census tract, block group, transportation and related data.

Map graphics are available in most reports but not all. Interested users can develop these maps using SDGIS.

The interactive table is developed/provided on a state by state basis. Districts in these states include the interactive table: GA, KS, NY, TX. These are being progressively added.

The more detailed data in sections 5 through 8 were updated in August 2019 to include ACS 2017 demographic-economic characteristics.

Upcoming Updates
Planned updates include:
.. ACS 2018 1-year data .. September 2019
.. Demographic Trends Section 04 .. September 2019 and December 2019
.. ACS 2018 5-year data .. December 2019
.. Sources & Uses of Funds 2018 data .. June 2020
.. Children's Demographics & Living Environment by Type of Enrollment ACS 2018 SDST .. June 2020

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This document is organized into these general sections:
  • Lay of the Land; Map graphics.
  • Narrative overview .. may be updated at any time .. district by district.
  • Interactive table .. may not appear in all versions.
  • Data tables .. structured the same for all districts .. updated at different times druing year.
  • Usage information; this text and below.

The following notes summarize features of data included in this report.
04. Demographic Trends
The Demographic Trends section presents model-based demographic estimates developed by the Census Bureau. While these data are intended to be consistent with the ACS data described below, they will typically differ some; even when comparing the ACS 2017 1-year estimate to the model-based 2017 estimate.
  .. See related all districts interactive table
  .. Updates December 2019.

05. ACS Demographic-Economic Estimates
Reference to "with ACS 1-year data" means that 05-08 sections of the report use ACS 1-year estimates (available district 65,000 population and over). Where there is no ACS reference, ACS 5-year data are used (available for all districts). In general, the 1-year estimates should be used when available (more recent, more accurate) but there are reasons to prefer the 5-year estimates even when 1-year estimates are available. See more about using 1-year and 5-year estimates.

  ACS 2015 1 Year Estimates Demographic-Economic Profiles
  .. 02.1. General Demographics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.2. Social Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.3. Economic Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.4. Housing Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. available for districts having 65,000 population or more (1,016 districts)
  .. Estimates are for 2015.
  ACS 2015 5 Year Estimates Demographic-Economic Profiles
  .. 02.1. General Demographics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.2. Social Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.3. Economic Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.4. Housing Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. Available for each/all districts
  .. Estimates are centric to mid 2013.

  ACS 2017 1 Year Estimates Demographic-Economic Profiles
  .. 02.1. General Demographics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.2. Social Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.3. Economic Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.4. Housing Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. available for districts having 65,000 population or more (1,016 districts)
  .. Estimates are for 2017
  ACS 2017 5 Year Estimates Demographic-Economic Profiles
  .. 02.1. General Demographics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.2. Social Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.3. Economic Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. 02.4. Housing Characteristics - related all districts interactive table
  .. Available for each/all districts
  .. Estimates are centric to mid 2015.

  ACS 2018; 1-year estimates available 9/19; 5-year estimates available 12/19

09. Schools, Enrollment by Grade & Adminstratively Reported Data
  .. See related all districts interactive table
  .. Updates January 2020 (SY 2017-18 data).

  • 10. Finances: Sources & Uses of Funds
  .. See more about these data .. 2014 all districts interactive table .. 2017 all districts interactive table
  .. Updates May 2020 (FY 2018 data).

11. Children's Demographics by Type of Enrollment
  .. Based on ACS 5-year estimates School District Special Tabulation .. ACS 2014 and ACS 2017.
  .. See related all districts interactive table
  .. Updates May 2020 (ACS 2018 5-year estimates special tab).

Interactive Table. The interactive table is not available in all reports. Where available, this table presents a row for each school district in the state. Columns present enrollment data by grade for the most recent year available. Data are sourced from the corresponding state department of education. Notes about specific states follow.

California. Enrollment data are reported for KG through 12. PK and ungraded enrollment are not reported. Data are sourced from the California Department of Education. https://www.cde.ca.gov/

Kansas. Enrollment data for individual grades are suppressed for counts less than 10. In these cases we have substituted the value 5 as the count. The total enrollment is the sum of all graded columns plus additional columns/categories for Special Ed 3 & 4 yr, Ungraded, and 4-Year Old At-Risk.

Texas. Enrollment data for individual grades are suppressed for counts less than 10 and for complimentary suppression. In these cases we have substituted the value 10 as the count. The total enrollment is the sum of all graded columns PK through 12. There are no data for ungraded, special ed or at-risk columns.

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See glossary section.

Urban/Rural & Locale Code
The percent urban value in the Oveview is computed as the ratio of the population in urban census blocks to the total population in the district based on Census 2010 SF1. No adjustment is made for districts which may have changed boundaries since 2010. If the Census 2010 district geocode does not match to a ACS 2015 geocode, the percent urban is shown as NA.

Local code (defined by the Department of Education):
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.

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