School District Population Change: 2000 to 2010
As of Census 2010, there were 13,709 school districts in the United States. The interactive ranking table provided below shows the Census 2000 population, Census 2010 population and Census 2000 to Census 2010 population change for school districts defined as of Census 2010. Only school districts defined as of Census 2010 are included. If the district did not exist as of Census 2000, the Census 2000 column shows a zero value.
Patterns of School District Population Change 2000-2010
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Use the ranking table to view the largest school districts in 2000 or 2010 or districts experiencing largest change. Apply a query/select a state to view school districts in a selected state. Click a column header on a subject of interest; click a second time to sort in the other direction.
School District Population Change: 2000 to 2010 -- Interactive Ranking Table
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Land SqMi 2010 -- district land area in square miles, January 2010
Wtr SqMi 2010 -- district water area in square miles, January 2010
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