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March 2021. Knowing about school district demographics and trends are critical to planning and decision-making for K-12 education stakeholders. This section provides access to data and tools focused on geographic, demographic, economic characteristics of school distrticts and related geography. Use the interactive table below to view, query and compare school districts. We continue to update this section and will review use of the interactive table and geospatial analysis operations in the May 25, 2021 School District Community Web session. Join in!

Mapping School District Demographic-Economic Characteristics
The following map shows patterns of economic prosperity by school district based on ACS 2019 median household income. Create a similar map for any area in the U.S. and/or variations of this view using the associated GIS project. Click graphic for larger view; expand browser to full screen for best quality view.

- view developed with ProximityOne CV XE GIS software.

Using the Interactive Table
Use the interactive table (green & white columns) below to view, query, rank, compare general demographics of the population, households and families for these areas. The scroll box shown below lists each of the subject matter items available for each area via the ranking table. In the subject matter items scrollbox, subject matter items are organized into to mini-tables with related items. The number at the left of the subject matter item is also used as the short name for the subject matter item in the column header in the ranking table.

Median household income is item E062 shown in the interactive table below. This is the same item shown visually in the above map. Use the table to see which six schools districts have median household income over $250,000 and which 19 districts have median family income over $250,000. Steps: 1) click ShowAll button below table, 2) click "Income Items" button below table, 3) dbl-click header column E062 to sort districts in descending order.

Demographics-Economic Items
The following table shows a 4-part set of demographic-economic profile comparing the U.S. side-by-side with Texas.
The "Code" column (column 2) shows the item used as the column header in the interactive table below.
Only selected items are shown in the interactive table.
Demographic-Economic Tables; ACS2019 5 Year   -- United States -- Texas
  Item Code Value Percent Value Percent
  GENERAL DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS (DP1) .. goto top .. Social .. Economic .. Housing
  SEX AND AGE
  .Total population D001 324,697,795 28,260,856
  ..Male D002 159,886,919 49.2 14,034,009 49.7
  ..Female D003 164,810,876 50.8 14,226,847 50.3
  ..Sex ratio (males per 100 females) D004 97.0 98.6
 
  ..Under 5 years D005 19,767,670 6.1 1,999,803 7.1
  ..5 to 9 years D006 20,157,477 6.2 2,024,009 7.2
  ..10 to 14 years D007 20,927,278 6.4 2,090,590 7.4
  ..15 to 19 years D008 21,208,186 6.5 2,017,644 7.1
  ..20 to 24 years D009 22,015,108 6.8 1,997,256 7.1
  ..25 to 34 years D010 45,030,415 13.9 4,154,182 14.7
  ..35 to 44 years D011 40,978,831 12.6 3,823,085 13.5
  ..45 to 54 years D012 42,072,620 13.0 3,526,243 12.5
  ..55 to 59 years D013 21,654,255 6.7 1,673,637 5.9
  ..60 to 64 years D014 20,102,159 6.2 1,491,880 5.3
  ..65 to 74 years D015 29,542,266 9.1 2,081,849 7.4
  ..75 to 84 years D016 14,972,513 4.6 1,004,810 3.6
  ..85 years and over D017 6,269,017 1.9 375,868 1.3
 
  ..Median age (years) D018 38.1 34.6
 
  ..Under 18 years D019 73,429,392 22.6 7,338,445 26.0
  ..16 years and over D020 259,662,880 80.0 21,736,238 76.9
  ..18 years and over D021 251,268,403 77.4 20,922,411 74.0
  ..21 years and over D022 238,072,474 73.3 19,710,791 69.7
  ..62 years and over D023 62,456,799 19.2 4,323,990 15.3
  ..65 years and over D024 50,783,796 15.6 3,462,527 12.3
 
  ..18 years and over D025 251,268,403 20,922,411
  ...Male D026 122,360,385 48.7 10,292,114 49.2
  ...Female D027 128,908,018 51.3 10,630,297 50.8
  ...Sex ratio (males per 100 females) D028 94.9 96.8
 
  ..65 years and over D029 50,783,796 3,462,527
  ...Male D030 22,518,603 44.3 1,543,119 44.6
  ...Female D031 28,265,193 55.7 1,919,408 55.4
  ...Sex ratio (males per 100 females) D032 79.7 80.4
 
  RACE
  .Total population D033 324,697,795 28,260,856
  ..One race D034 313,933,893 96.7 27,499,445 97.3
  ..Two or more races D035 10,763,902 3.3 761,411 2.7
 
  ..One race D036 313,933,893 96.7 27,499,445 97.3
  ...White D037 235,377,662 72.5 20,903,375 74.0
  ...Black or African American D038 41,234,642 12.7 3,428,211 12.1
  ...American Indian and Alaska Native D039 2,750,143 0.8 141,425 0.5
  ....Cherokee tribal grouping D040 292,555 0.1 18,670 0.1
  ....Chippewa tribal grouping D041 119,229 0.0 882 0.0
  ....Navajo tribal grouping D042 332,389 0.1 4,429 0.0
  ....Sioux tribal grouping D043 118,850 0.0 2,364 0.0
  ...Asian D044 17,924,209 5.5 1,357,273 4.8
  ....Asian Indian D045 3,995,755 1.2 420,383 1.5
  ....Chinese D046 4,285,628 1.3 216,825 0.8
  ....Filipino D047 2,875,514 0.9 134,348 0.5
  ....Japanese D048 770,798 0.2 22,626 0.1
  ....Korean D049 1,455,185 0.4 74,568 0.3
  ....Vietnamese D050 1,809,361 0.6 266,766 0.9
  ....Other Asian D051 2,731,968 0.8 221,757 0.8
  ...Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander D052 599,868 0.2 25,292 0.1
  ....Native Hawaiian D053 184,059 0.1 6,654 0.0
  ....Guamanian or Chamorro D054 86,069 0.0 6,670 0.0
  ....Samoan D055 114,998 0.0 4,384 0.0
  ....Other Pacific Islander D056 214,742 0.1 7,584 0.0
  ...Some other race D057 16,047,369 4.9 1,643,869 5.8
  ..Two or more races D058 10,763,902 3.3 761,411 2.7
  ...White and Black or African American D059 2,952,510 0.9 200,967 0.7
  ...White and American Indian and Alaska Native D060 1,914,416 0.6 146,592 0.5
  ...White and Asian D061 2,275,332 0.7 140,826 0.5
  ...Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native D062 312,618 0.1 21,582 0.1
 
  Race alone or in combination with one or more other races
  .Total population D063 324,697,795 28,260,856
  ..White D064 244,597,669 75.3 21,558,096 76.3
  ..Black or African American D065 45,612,523 14.0 3,727,750 13.2
  ..American Indian and Alaska Native D066 5,643,919 1.7 349,927 1.2
  ..Asian D067 21,408,058 6.6 1,565,746 5.5
  ..Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander D068 1,399,393 0.4 60,565 0.2
  ..Some other race D069 17,859,236 5.5 1,817,627 6.4
 
  HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE
  .Total population D070 324,697,795 28,260,856
  ..Hispanic or Latino (of any race) D071 58,479,370 18.0 11,116,881 39.3
  ...Mexican D072 36,473,461 11.2 9,502,159 33.6
  ...Puerto Rican D073 5,629,268 1.7 205,087 0.7
  ...Cuban D074 2,278,034 0.7 89,587 0.3
  ...Other Hispanic or Latino D075 14,098,607 4.3 1,320,048 4.7
  ..Not Hispanic or Latino D076 266,218,425 82.0 17,143,975 60.7
  ...White alone D077 197,100,373 60.7 11,856,336 42.0
  ...Black or African American alone D078 39,977,554 12.3 3,328,707 11.8
  ...American Indian and Alaska Native alone D079 2,160,378 0.7 71,081 0.3
  ...Asian alone D080 17,708,954 5.5 1,340,554 4.7
  ...Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone D081 540,511 0.2 21,739 0.1
  ...Some other race alone D082 789,047 0.2 44,465 0.2
  ...Two or more races D083 7,941,608 2.4 481,093 1.7
  ....Two races including Some other race D084 312,024 0.1 21,245 0.1
  ....Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races D085 7,629,584 2.3 459,848 1.6
 
  Total housing units D086 137,428,986 10,937,026
 
  CITIZEN, VOTING AGE POPULATION
  .Citizen, 18 and over population D087 230,959,791 18,181,328
  ..Male D088 112,003,359 48.5 8,882,364 48.9
  ..Female D089 118,956,432 51.5 9,298,964 51.1
 
 
  SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS (DP2) .. goto top .. Age/Gender/Race .. Economic .. Housing
  HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE
  .Total households S001 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..Married-couple family S002 58,198,771 48.2 4,876,408 50.3
  ...With own children of the householder under 18 years S003 22,736,641 18.8 2,175,112 22.4
  ..Cohabiting couple household S004 7,572,122 6.3 524,595 5.4
  ...With own children of the householder under 18 years S005 2,611,431 2.2 210,875 2.2
  ..Male householder, no spouse/partner present S006 21,526,258 17.8 1,688,417 17.4
  ...With own children of the householder under 18 years S007 1,536,353 1.3 133,474 1.4
  ...Householder living alone S008 15,036,863 12.5 1,145,842 11.8
  ....65 years and over S009 4,227,728 3.5 261,494 2.7
  ..Female householder, no spouse/partner present S010 33,458,897 27.7 2,602,227 26.9
  ...With own children of the householder under 18 years S011 6,453,219 5.3 631,462 6.5
  ...Householder living alone S012 18,612,734 15.4 1,299,100 13.4
  ....65 years and over S013 9,032,038 7.5 547,000 5.6
 
  ..Households with one or more people under 18 years S014 37,494,224 31.0 3,560,763 36.7
  ..Households with one or more people 65 years and over S015 35,488,687 29.4 2,400,548 24.8
 
  ..Average household size S016 2.6 2.9
  ..Average family size S017 3.2 3.5
 
  RELATIONSHIP
  .Population in households S018 316,606,796 27,661,312
  ..Householder S019 120,756,048 38.1 9,691,647 35.0
  ..Spouse S020 58,166,578 18.4 4,874,189 17.6
  ..Unmarried partner S021 7,604,104 2.4 526,961 1.9
  ..Child S022 94,786,781 29.9 9,220,017 33.3
  ..Other relatives S023 23,308,316 7.4 2,437,546 8.8
  ..Other nonrelatives S024 11,984,969 3.8 910,952 3.3
 
  MARITAL STATUS
  .Males 15 years and over S025 128,789,454 10,914,876
  ..Never married S026 47,039,874 36.5 3,952,196 36.2
  ..Now married, except separated S027 64,014,364 49.7 5,505,636 50.4
  ..Separated S028 2,094,580 1.6 208,867 1.9
  ..Widowed S029 3,396,202 2.6 250,858 2.3
  ..Divorced S030 12,244,434 9.5 997,319 9.1
 
  .Females 15 years and over S031 135,055,916 11,231,578
  ..Never married S032 41,019,187 30.4 3,376,556 30.1
  ..Now married, except separated S033 62,809,181 46.5 5,326,436 47.4
  ..Separated S034 2,950,832 2.2 315,003 2.8
  ..Widowed S035 11,878,769 8.8 871,104 7.8
  ..Divorced S036 16,397,947 12.1 1,342,479 12.0
 
  FERTILITY
  .Number of women 15 to 50 years old who had a birth in the past 12 months S037 3,987,092 398,679
  ..Unmarried women (widowed, divorced, and never married) S038 1,342,235 33.7 132,546 33.2
  ...Per 1,000 unmarried women S039 31 36
  ..Per 1,000 women 15 to 50 years old S040 52 57
  ..Per 1,000 women 15 to 19 years old S041 13 19
  ..Per 1,000 women 20 to 34 years old S042 89 98
  ..Per 1,000 women 35 to 50 years old S043 28 29
 
  GRANDPARENTS
  .Number of grandparents living with own grandchildren under 18 years S044 7,239,762 775,614
  ..Grandparents responsible for grandchildren S045 2,467,425 34.1 281,724 36.3
  ..Years responsible for grandchildren
  ...Less than 1 year S046 457,534 6.3 53,639 6.9
  ...1 or 2 years S047 519,886 7.2 60,160 7.8
  ...3 or 4 years S048 402,834 5.6 47,198 6.1
  ...5 or more years S049 1,087,171 15.0 120,727 15.6
 
  .Number of grandparents responsible for own grandchildren under 18 years S050 2,467,425 281,724
  ..Who are female S051 1,554,274 63.0 173,767 61.7
  ..Who are married S052 1,693,180 68.6 200,953 71.3
 
  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
  .Population 3 years and over enrolled in school S053 81,084,866 7,681,758
  ..Nursery school, preschool S054 4,976,762 6.1 458,628 6.0
  ..Kindergarten S055 4,048,970 5.0 409,022 5.3
  ..Elementary school (grades 1-8) S056 32,738,963 40.4 3,312,486 43.1
  ..High school (grades 9-12) S057 16,991,221 21.0 1,638,387 21.3
  ..College or graduate school S058 22,328,950 27.5 1,863,235 24.3
 
  EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
  .Population 25 years and over S059 220,622,076 18,131,554
  ..Less than 9th grade S060 11,284,290 5.1 1,482,952 8.2
  ..9th to 12th grade, no diploma S061 15,187,971 6.9 1,475,007 8.1
  ..High school graduate (includes equivalency) S062 59,472,748 27.0 4,525,099 25.0
  ..Some college, no degree S063 45,044,698 20.4 3,918,815 21.6
  ..Associate's degree S064 18,712,207 8.5 1,309,005 7.2
  ..Bachelor's degree S065 43,646,104 19.8 3,534,714 19.5
  ..Graduate or professional degree S066 27,274,058 12.4 1,885,962 10.4
 
  ..High school graduate or higher S067 194,149,815 88.0 15,173,595 83.7
  ..Bachelor's degree or higher S068 70,920,162 32.1 5,420,676 29.9
 
  VETERAN STATUS
  .Civilian population 18 years and over S069 250,195,726 20,829,050
  ..Civilian veterans S070 18,230,322 7.3 1,453,450 7.0
 
  DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION
  .Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population S071 319,706,872 27,792,957
  ..With a disability S072 40,335,099 12.6 3,187,623 11.5
 
  .Under 18 years S073 73,294,450 7,328,217
  ..With a disability S074 3,084,450 4.2 300,576 4.1
 
  .18 to 64 years S075 196,923,549 17,087,383
  ..With a disability S076 20,187,604 10.3 1,627,151 9.5
 
  .65 years and over S077 49,488,873 3,377,357
  ..With a disability S078 17,063,045 34.5 1,259,896 37.3
 
  RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO
  .Population 1 year and over S079 320,984,519 27,885,121
  ..Same house S080 275,328,008 85.8 23,526,680 84.4
  ..Different house in the U.S. S081 43,592,523 13.6 4,136,431 14.8
  ...Same county S082 25,736,976 8.0 2,505,874 9.0
  ...Different county S083 17,855,547 5.6 1,630,557 5.8
  ....Same state S084 10,380,509 3.2 1,077,929 3.9
  ....Different state S085 7,475,038 2.3 552,628 2.0
  ..Abroad S086 2,063,988 0.6 222,010 0.8
 
  PLACE OF BIRTH
  .Total population S087 324,697,795 28,260,856
  ..Native S088 280,685,925 86.4 23,446,218 83.0
  ...Born in United States S089 275,537,270 84.9 23,016,964 81.4
  ....State of residence S090 189,033,094 58.2 16,831,914 59.6
  ....Different state S091 86,504,176 26.6 6,185,050 21.9
  ...Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parent(s) S092 5,148,655 1.6 429,254 1.5
  ..Foreign born S093 44,011,870 13.6 4,814,638 17.0
 
  U.S. CITIZENSHIP STATUS
  .Foreign-born population S094 44,011,870 4,814,638
  ..Naturalized U.S. citizen S095 21,847,890 49.6 1,807,727 37.5
  ..Not a U.S. citizen S096 22,163,980 50.4 3,006,911 62.5
 
  YEAR OF ENTRY
  .Population born outside the United States S097 49,160,525 5,243,892
 
  ..Native S098 5,148,655 429,254
  ...Entered 2010 or later S099 1,082,780 21.0 105,021 24.5
  ...Entered before 2010 S100 4,065,875 79.0 324,233 75.5
 
  ..Foreign born S101 44,011,870 4,814,638
  ...Entered 2010 or later S102 9,068,929 20.6 1,049,993 21.8
  ...Entered before 2010 S103 34,942,941 79.4 3,764,645 78.2
 
  WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN
  .Foreign-born population, excluding population born at sea S104 44,011,407 4,814,638
  ..Europe S105 4,763,845 10.8 197,344 4.1
  ..Asia S106 13,641,680 31.0 1,058,789 22.0
  ..Africa S107 2,256,673 5.1 248,298 5.2
  ..Oceania S108 271,223 0.6 14,696 0.3
  ..Latin America S109 22,261,633 50.6 3,244,189 67.4
  ..Northern America S110 816,353 1.9 51,322 1.1
 
  LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
  .Population 5 years and over S111 304,930,125 26,261,053
  ..English only S112 238,982,352 78.4 16,947,811 64.5
  ..Language other than English S113 65,947,773 21.6 9,313,242 35.5
  ...Speak English less than very well" " S114 25,615,365 8.4 3,607,255 13.7
  ..Spanish S115 40,709,597 13.4 7,690,703 29.3
  ...Speak English less than very well" " S116 16,258,571 5.3 3,049,758 11.6
  ..Other Indo-European languages S117 11,136,849 3.7 590,374 2.2
  ...Speak English less than very well" " S118 3,418,899 1.1 147,925 0.6
  ..Asian and Pacific Islander languages S119 10,727,303 3.5 775,765 3.0
  ...Speak English less than very well" " S120 4,910,799 1.6 334,085 1.3
  ..Other languages S121 3,374,024 1.1 256,400 1.0
  ...Speak English less than very well" " S122 1,027,096 0.3 75,487 0.3
 
  ANCESTRY
  .Total population S123 324,697,795 28,260,856
  ..American S124 20,266,321 6.2 1,586,095 5.6
  ..Arab S125 2,009,626 0.6 145,158 0.5
  ..Czech S126 1,358,610 0.4 193,178 0.7
  ..Danish S127 1,265,727 0.4 48,042 0.2
  ..Dutch S128 3,872,651 1.2 185,477 0.7
  ..English S129 23,493,906 7.2 1,623,280 5.7
  ..French (except Basque) S130 7,606,589 2.3 514,967 1.8
  ..French Canadian S131 2,074,567 0.6 73,129 0.3
  ..German S132 43,038,145 13.3 2,436,308 8.6
  ..Greek S133 1,265,177 0.4 48,744 0.2
  ..Hungarian S134 1,380,914 0.4 36,124 0.1
  ..Irish S135 31,517,030 9.7 1,726,259 6.1
  ..Italian S136 16,687,024 5.1 509,110 1.8
  ..Lithuanian S137 628,929 0.2 15,441 0.1
  ..Norwegian S138 4,373,660 1.3 141,956 0.5
  ..Polish S139 9,095,241 2.8 292,477 1.0
  ..Portuguese S140 1,368,091 0.4 36,085 0.1
  ..Russian S141 2,608,040 0.8 81,515 0.3
  ..Scotch-Irish S142 3,011,165 0.9 258,997 0.9
  ..Scottish S143 5,398,961 1.7 384,426 1.4
  ..Slovak S144 675,728 0.2 12,608 0.0
  ..Subsaharan African S145 3,748,931 1.2 382,333 1.4
  ..Swedish S146 3,718,915 1.1 145,568 0.5
  ..Swiss S147 921,436 0.3 35,300 0.1
  ..Ukrainian S148 1,009,119 0.3 23,788 0.1
  ..Welsh S149 1,851,107 0.6 108,098 0.4
  ..West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) S150 2,985,555 0.9 83,545 0.3
 
  COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE
  .Total households S151 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..With a computer S152 109,060,990 90.3 8,817,279 91.0
  ..With a broadband Internet subscription S153 99,824,789 82.7 7,937,153 81.9
 
 
  ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS (DP3) .. goto top .. Age/Race/Gender .. Social .. Housing
  EMPLOYMENT STATUS
  .Population 16 years and over E001 259,662,880 21,736,238
  ..In labor force E002 164,629,492 63.4 14,055,852 64.7
  ...Civilian labor force E003 163,555,585 63.0 13,962,458 64.2
  ....Employed E004 154,842,185 59.6 13,253,631 61.0
  ....Unemployed E005 8,713,400 3.4 708,827 3.3
  ...Armed Forces E006 1,073,907 0.4 93,394 0.4
  ..Not in labor force E007 95,033,388 36.6 7,680,386 35.3
 
  .Civilian labor force E008 163,555,585 13,962,458
  ..Unemployment Rate E009 5.3 5.1
 
  .Females 16 years and over E010 133,005,998 11,030,548
  ..In labor force E011 77,750,312 58.5 6,392,109 57.9
  ...Civilian labor force E012 77,596,212 58.3 6,377,650 57.8
  ....Employed E013 73,536,561 55.3 6,047,110 54.8
 
  .Own children of the householder under 6 years E014 22,727,705 2,303,860
  ..All parents in family in labor force E015 15,039,449 66.2 1,393,381 60.5
 
  .Own children of the householder 6 to 17 years E016 46,961,939 4,683,926
  ..All parents in family in labor force E017 33,564,066 71.5 3,157,732 67.4
 
  COMMUTING TO WORK
  .Workers 16 years and over E018 152,735,781 13,115,511
  ..Car, truck, or van -- drove alone E019 116,584,507 76.3 10,560,476 80.5
  ..Car, truck, or van -- carpooled E020 13,763,532 9.0 1,308,229 10.0
  ..Public transportation (excluding taxicab) E021 7,641,160 5.0 181,273 1.4
  ..Walked E022 4,073,891 2.7 200,955 1.5
  ..Other means E023 2,774,115 1.8 203,366 1.6
  ..Worked from home E024 7,898,576 5.2 661,212 5.0
 
  ..Mean travel time to work (minutes) E025 26.9 26.6
 
  OCCUPATION
  .Civilian employed population 16 years and over E026 154,842,185 13,253,631
  ..Management, business, science, and arts occupations E027 59,647,283 38.5 4,867,492 36.7
  ..Service occupations E028 27,489,501 17.8 2,288,826 17.3
  ..Sales and office occupations E029 33,491,626 21.6 2,937,388 22.2
  ..Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations E030 13,713,796 8.9 1,433,389 10.8
  ..Production, transportation, and material moving occupations E031 20,499,979 13.2 1,726,536 13.0
 
  INDUSTRY
  .Civilian employed population 16 years and over E032 154,842,185 13,253,631
  ..Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining E033 2,743,687 1.8 397,032 3.0
  ..Construction E034 10,207,602 6.6 1,137,958 8.6
  ..Manufacturing E035 15,651,460 10.1 1,125,176 8.5
  ..Wholesale trade E036 4,016,566 2.6 378,542 2.9
  ..Retail trade E037 17,267,009 11.2 1,507,002 11.4
  ..Transportation and warehousing, and utilities E038 8,305,602 5.4 777,044 5.9
  ..Information E039 3,114,222 2.0 227,928 1.7
  ..Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing E040 10,151,206 6.6 884,408 6.7
  ..Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services E041 17,924,655 11.6 1,524,750 11.5
  ..Educational services, and health care and social assistance E042 35,840,954 23.1 2,863,828 21.6
  ..Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services E043 14,962,299 9.7 1,216,771 9.2
  ..Other services, except public administration E044 7,522,777 4.9 684,780 5.2
  ..Public administration E045 7,134,146 4.6 528,412 4.0
 
  CLASS OF WORKER
  .Civilian employed population 16 years and over E046 154,842,185 13,253,631
  ..Private wage and salary workers E047 124,146,145 80.2 10,617,692 80.1
  ..Government workers E048 21,250,767 13.7 1,725,130 13.0
  ..Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers E049 9,170,625 5.9 885,341 6.7
  ..Unpaid family workers E050 274,648 0.2 25,468 0.2
 
  INCOME AND BENEFITS (IN 2019 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)
  .Total households E051 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..Less than $10,000 E052 7,302,871 6.0 593,067 6.1
  ..$10,000 to $14,999 E053 5,189,583 4.3 388,668 4.0
  ..$15,000 to $24,999 E054 10,760,144 8.9 861,484 8.9
  ..$25,000 to $34,999 E055 10,792,134 8.9 897,023 9.3
  ..$35,000 to $49,999 E056 14,822,045 12.3 1,213,519 12.5
  ..$50,000 to $74,999 E057 20,789,890 17.2 1,706,490 17.6
  ..$75,000 to $99,999 E058 15,374,617 12.7 1,212,675 12.5
  ..$100,000 to $149,999 E059 18,286,811 15.1 1,454,569 15.0
  ..$150,000 to $199,999 E060 8,173,563 6.8 645,429 6.7
  ..$200,000 or more E061 9,264,390 7.7 718,723 7.4
  ..Median household income (dollars) E062 62,843 61,874
  ..Mean household income (dollars) E063 88,607 87,260
 
  ..With earnings E064 93,762,883 77.6 7,988,645 82.4
  ...Mean earnings (dollars) E065 90,514 87,959
  ..With Social Security E066 37,664,988 31.2 2,477,662 25.6
  ...Mean Social Security income (dollars) E067 19,792 18,976
  ..With retirement income E068 23,985,063 19.9 1,509,995 15.6
  ...Mean retirement income (dollars) E069 27,793 27,075
 
  ..With Supplemental Security Income E070 6,443,122 5.3 455,156 4.7
  ...Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) E071 10,073 9,564
  ..With cash public assistance income E072 2,853,791 2.4 139,144 1.4
  ...Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) E073 3,163 2,850
  ..With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months E074 14,171,567 11.7 1,140,905 11.8
 
  .Families E075 79,114,031 6,712,183
  ..Less than $10,000 E076 2,905,334 3.7 273,545 4.1
  ..$10,000 to $14,999 E077 1,835,765 2.3 170,898 2.5
  ..$15,000 to $24,999 E078 4,904,304 6.2 472,286 7.0
  ..$25,000 to $34,999 E079 5,896,133 7.5 549,741 8.2
  ..$35,000 to $49,999 E080 8,950,976 11.3 786,849 11.7
  ..$50,000 to $74,999 E081 13,867,897 17.5 1,168,615 17.4
  ..$75,000 to $99,999 E082 11,374,396 14.4 917,451 13.7
  ..$100,000 to $149,999 E083 14,620,038 18.5 1,189,054 17.7
  ..$150,000 to $199,999 E084 6,852,461 8.7 554,796 8.3
  ..$200,000 or more E085 7,906,727 10.0 628,948 9.4
  ..Median family income (dollars) E086 77,263 73,349
  ..Mean family income (dollars) E087 103,863 99,605
 
  .Per capita income (dollars) E088 34,103 31,277
 
  .Nonfamily households E089 41,642,017 2,979,464
  ..Median nonfamily income (dollars) E090 37,561 38,841
  ..Mean nonfamily income (dollars) E091 55,657 55,409
 
  .Median earnings for workers (dollars) E092 35,117 33,501
  .Median earnings for male full-time, year-round workers (dollars) E093 53,275 50,999
  .Median earnings for female full-time, year-round workers (dollars) E094 43,022 40,672
 
  HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE
  .Civilian noninstitutionalized population E095 319,706,872 27,792,957
  ..With health insurance coverage E096 291,458,259 91.2 23,001,793 82.8
  ...With private health insurance E097 217,186,300 67.9 17,397,969 62.6
  ...With public coverage E098 112,236,495 35.1 7,966,660 28.7
  ..No health insurance coverage E099 28,248,613 8.8 4,791,164 17.2
 
  .Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 19 years E100 77,712,965 7,740,330
  ..No health insurance coverage E101 3,945,906 5.1 837,099 10.8
 
  .Civilian noninstitutionalized population 19 to 64 years E102 192,505,034 16,675,270
  ..In labor force: E103 150,297,752 12,931,855
  ...Employed: E104 142,656,675 12,308,864
  ....With health insurance coverage E105 126,982,830 89.0 9,786,339 79.5
  .....With private health insurance E106 115,811,268 81.2 9,386,743 76.3
  .....With public coverage E107 14,784,745 10.4 662,150 5.4
  ....No health insurance coverage E108 15,673,845 11.0 2,522,525 20.5
  ...Unemployed: E109 7,641,077 622,991
  ....With health insurance coverage E110 5,531,335 72.4 326,894 52.5
  .....With private health insurance E111 3,086,730 40.4 247,195 39.7
  .....With public coverage E112 2,680,303 35.1 93,838 15.1
  ....No health insurance coverage E113 2,109,742 27.6 296,097 47.5
  ..Not in labor force: E114 42,207,282 3,743,415
  ...With health insurance coverage E115 36,080,633 85.5 2,671,093 71.4
  ....With private health insurance E116 21,859,934 51.8 1,848,197 49.4
  ....With public coverage E117 17,201,766 40.8 1,025,408 27.4
  ...No health insurance coverage E118 6,126,649 14.5 1,072,322 28.6
 
  PERCENTAGE OF FAMILIES AND PEOPLE WHOSE INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS IS BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL
  .All families E119 9.5 11.3
  ..With related children of the householder under 18 years E120 15.1 16.6
  ...With related children of the householder under 5 years only E121 14.4 14.9
  ..Married couple families E122 4.8 6.3
  ...With related children of the householder under 18 years E123 6.6 8.5
  ....With related children of the householder under 5 years only E124 5.1 6.3
  ..Families with female householder, no spouse present E125 26.5 28.8
  ...With related children of the householder under 18 years E126 36.1 37.6
  ....With related children of the householder under 5 years only E127 40.5 39.1
 
  .All people E128 13.4 14.7
  ..Under 18 years E129 18.5 20.9
  ...Related children of the householder under 18 years E130 18.2 20.7
  ....Related children of the householder under 5 years E131 20.3 22.7
  ....Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years E132 17.4 19.9
  ..18 years and over E133 11.9 12.5
  ...18 to 64 years E134 12.6 12.9
  ...65 years and over E135 9.3 10.6
  ..People in families E136 10.7 12.8
  ..Unrelated individuals 15 years and over E137 24.9 24.9
 
 
  HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS (DP4) .. goto top .. Age/Race/Gender .. Social .. Economic
  HOUSING OCCUPANCY
  .Total housing units H001 137,428,986 10,937,026
  ..Occupied housing units H002 120,756,048 87.9 9,691,647 88.6
  ..Vacant housing units H003 16,672,938 12.1 1,245,379 11.4
 
  ..Homeowner vacancy rate H004 1.6 1.6
  ..Rental vacancy rate H005 6.0 7.8
 
  UNITS IN STRUCTURE
  .Total housing units H006 137,428,986 10,937,026
  ..1-unit, detached H007 84,644,765 61.6 7,116,086 65.1
  ..1-unit, attached H008 8,048,562 5.9 284,972 2.6
  ..2 units H009 4,901,645 3.6 204,568 1.9
  ..3 or 4 units H010 5,980,355 4.4 350,107 3.2
  ..5 to 9 units H011 6,482,753 4.7 519,211 4.7
  ..10 to 19 units H012 6,096,972 4.4 690,074 6.3
  ..20 or more units H013 12,652,982 9.2 977,835 8.9
  ..Mobile home H014 8,495,408 6.2 775,632 7.1
  ..Boat, RV, van, etc. H015 125,544 0.1 18,541 0.2
 
  YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
  .Total housing units H016 137,428,986 10,937,026
  ..Built 2014 or later H017 3,399,842 2.5 560,458 5.1
  ..Built 2010 to 2013 H018 3,690,038 2.7 573,239 5.2
  ..Built 2000 to 2009 H019 19,186,932 14.0 2,114,938 19.3
  ..Built 1990 to 1999 H020 19,072,607 13.9 1,658,756 15.2
  ..Built 1980 to 1989 H021 18,455,307 13.4 1,767,822 16.2
  ..Built 1970 to 1979 H022 20,877,555 15.2 1,667,231 15.2
  ..Built 1960 to 1969 H023 14,526,829 10.6 983,688 9.0
  ..Built 1950 to 1959 H024 14,142,147 10.3 859,220 7.9
  ..Built 1940 to 1949 H025 6,748,599 4.9 365,777 3.3
  ..Built 1939 or earlier H026 17,329,130 12.6 385,897 3.5
 
  ROOMS
  .Total housing units H027 137,428,986 10,937,026
  ..1 room H028 3,221,756 2.3 230,651 2.1
  ..2 rooms H029 3,733,354 2.7 360,753 3.3
  ..3 rooms H030 12,420,476 9.0 1,131,347 10.3
  ..4 rooms H031 22,397,458 16.3 1,790,006 16.4
  ..5 rooms H032 26,938,522 19.6 2,274,090 20.8
  ..6 rooms H033 24,448,207 17.8 1,976,538 18.1
  ..7 rooms H034 16,588,406 12.1 1,243,778 11.4
  ..8 rooms H035 11,926,429 8.7 851,551 7.8
  ..9 rooms or more H036 15,754,378 11.5 1,078,312 9.9
  ..Median rooms H037 5.5 5.4
 
  BEDROOMS
  .Total housing units H038 137,428,986 10,937,026
  ..No bedroom H039 3,537,750 2.6 247,137 2.3
  ..1 bedroom H040 14,856,137 10.8 1,379,529 12.6
  ..2 bedrooms H041 35,658,445 25.9 2,443,497 22.3
  ..3 bedrooms H042 54,129,990 39.4 4,459,035 40.8
  ..4 bedrooms H043 23,108,958 16.8 2,005,274 18.3
  ..5 or more bedrooms H044 6,137,706 4.5 402,554 3.7
 
  HOUSING TENURE
  .Occupied housing units H045 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..Owner-occupied H046 77,274,381 64.0 6,004,802 62.0
  ..Renter-occupied H047 43,481,667 36.0 3,686,845 38.0
 
  ..Average household size of owner-occupied unit H048 2.7 3.0
  ..Average household size of renter-occupied unit H049 2.5 2.6
 
  YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
  .Occupied housing units H050 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..Moved in 2017 or later H051 12,473,785 10.3 1,210,603 12.5
  ..Moved in 2015 to 2016 H052 18,386,854 15.2 1,689,122 17.4
  ..Moved in 2010 to 2014 H053 29,508,361 24.4 2,499,193 25.8
  ..Moved in 2000 to 2009 H054 29,185,078 24.2 2,323,502 24.0
  ..Moved in 1990 to 1999 H055 15,322,077 12.7 1,030,851 10.6
  ..Moved in 1989 and earlier H056 15,879,893 13.2 938,376 9.7
 
  VEHICLES AVAILABLE
  .Occupied housing units H057 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..No vehicles available H058 10,395,713 8.6 512,411 5.3
  ..1 vehicle available H059 39,521,096 32.7 3,173,084 32.7
  ..2 vehicles available H060 44,954,436 37.2 3,895,574 40.2
  ..3 or more vehicles available H061 25,884,803 21.4 2,110,578 21.8
 
  HOUSE HEATING FUEL
  .Occupied housing units H062 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..Utility gas H063 57,912,923 48.0 3,461,132 35.7
  ..Bottled, tank, or LP gas H064 5,751,556 4.8 284,463 2.9
  ..Electricity H065 46,931,885 38.9 5,845,369 60.3
  ..Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. H066 5,731,088 4.7 8,865 0.1
  ..Coal or coke H067 119,029 0.1 935 0.0
  ..Wood H068 2,181,082 1.8 30,949 0.3
  ..Solar energy H069 181,691 0.2 6,091 0.1
  ..Other fuel H070 585,399 0.5 13,082 0.1
  ..No fuel used H071 1,361,395 1.1 40,761 0.4
 
  SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
  .Occupied housing units H072 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..Lacking complete plumbing facilities H073 468,497 0.4 40,659 0.4
  ..Lacking complete kitchen facilities H074 1,003,980 0.8 75,532 0.8
  ..No telephone service available H075 2,317,813 1.9 206,526 2.1
 
  OCCUPANTS PER ROOM
  .Occupied housing units H076 120,756,048 9,691,647
  ..1.00 or less H077 116,710,069 96.6 9,230,254 95.2
  ..1.01 to 1.50 H078 2,744,718 2.3 331,366 3.4
  ..1.51 or more H079 1,301,261 1.1 130,027 1.3
 
  VALUE
  .Owner-occupied units H080 77,274,381 6,004,802
  ..Less than $50,000 H081 5,335,889 6.9 534,994 8.9
  ..$50,000 to $99,999 H082 9,308,841 12.0 992,680 16.5
  ..$100,000 to $149,999 H083 10,243,084 13.3 976,591 16.3
  ..$150,000 to $199,999 H084 10,855,013 14.0 954,366 15.9
  ..$200,000 to $299,999 H085 15,151,292 19.6 1,179,144 19.6
  ..$300,000 to $499,999 H086 14,948,354 19.3 912,414 15.2
  ..$500,000 to $999,999 H087 8,821,114 11.4 359,182 6.0
  ..$1,000,000 or more H088 2,610,794 3.4 95,431 1.6
  ..Median (dollars) H089 217,500 172,500
 
  MORTGAGE STATUS
  .Owner-occupied units H090 77,274,381 6,004,802
  ..Housing units with a mortgage H091 48,416,627 62.7 3,447,105 57.4
  ..Housing units without a mortgage H092 28,857,754 37.3 2,557,697 42.6
 
  SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (SMOC)
  .Housing units with a mortgage H093 48,416,627 3,447,105
  ..Less than $500 H094 569,949 1.2 25,702 0.7
  ..$500 to $999 H095 8,242,060 17.0 492,515 14.3
  ..$1,000 to $1,499 H096 13,248,839 27.4 1,005,712 29.2
  ..$1,500 to $1,999 H097 10,169,830 21.0 832,735 24.2
  ..$2,000 to $2,499 H098 6,274,095 13.0 458,665 13.3
  ..$2,500 to $2,999 H099 3,841,335 7.9 259,954 7.5
  ..$3,000 or more H100 6,070,519 12.5 371,822 10.8
  ..Median (dollars) H101 1,595 1,606
 
  .Housing units without a mortgage H102 28,857,754 2,557,697
  ..Less than $250 H103 3,280,798 11.4 295,652 11.6
  ..$250 to $399 H104 6,626,535 23.0 558,641 21.8
  ..$400 to $599 H105 8,240,068 28.6 701,574 27.4
  ..$600 to $799 H106 4,798,691 16.6 444,223 17.4
  ..$800 to $999 H107 2,497,499 8.7 237,944 9.3
  ..$1,000 or more H108 3,414,163 11.8 319,663 12.5
  ..Median (dollars) H109 500 514
 
  SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME (SMOCAPI)
  .Housing units with a mortgage (excluding units where SMOCAPI cannot be computed) H110 48,182,974 3,431,098
  ..Less than 20.0 percent H111 22,126,044 45.9 1,608,271 46.9
  ..20.0 to 24.9 percent H112 7,584,745 15.7 554,511 16.2
  ..25.0 to 29.9 percent H113 5,072,173 10.5 358,218 10.4
  ..30.0 to 34.9 percent H114 3,330,974 6.9 233,916 6.8
  ..35.0 percent or more H115 10,069,038 20.9 676,182 19.7
 
  ..Not computed H116 233,653 16,007
 
  .Housing unit without a mortgage (excluding units where SMOCAPI cannot be computed) H117 28,463,029 2,523,540
  ..Less than 10.0 percent H118 12,785,829 44.9 1,129,291 44.8
  ..10.0 to 14.9 percent H119 5,523,287 19.4 519,718 20.6
  ..15.0 to 19.9 percent H120 3,154,745 11.1 285,282 11.3
  ..20.0 to 24.9 percent H121 1,916,515 6.7 167,024 6.6
  ..25.0 to 29.9 percent H122 1,235,715 4.3 106,928 4.2
  ..30.0 to 34.9 percent H123 836,924 2.9 72,713 2.9
  ..35.0 percent or more H124 3,010,014 10.6 242,584 9.6
 
  ..Not computed H125 394,725 34,157
 
  GROSS RENT
  .Occupied units paying rent H126 41,311,872 3,502,829
  ..Less than $500 H127 3,865,037 9.4 229,642 6.6
  ..$500 to $999 H128 14,956,085 36.2 1,385,672 39.6
  ..$1,000 to $1,499 H129 12,403,502 30.0 1,226,379 35.0
  ..$1,500 to $1,999 H130 5,796,670 14.0 466,358 13.3
  ..$2,000 to $2,499 H131 2,324,841 5.6 124,313 3.5
  ..$2,500 to $2,999 H132 987,766 2.4 38,715 1.1
  ..$3,000 or more H133 977,971 2.4 31,750 0.9
  ..Median (dollars) H134 1,062 1,045
 
  ..No rent paid H135 2,169,795 184,016
 
  GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME (GRAPI)
  .Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where GRAPI cannot be computed) H136 40,366,338 3,420,397
  ..Less than 15.0 percent H137 5,296,041 13.1 452,312 13.2
  ..15.0 to 19.9 percent H138 5,195,435 12.9 463,900 13.6
  ..20.0 to 24.9 percent H139 5,190,296 12.9 464,677 13.6
  ..25.0 to 29.9 percent H140 4,681,621 11.6 405,058 11.8
  ..30.0 to 34.9 percent H141 3,674,673 9.1 312,686 9.1
  ..35.0 percent or more H142 16,328,272 40.5 1,321,764 38.6
 
  ..Not computed H143 3,115,329 266,448


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- Name
- St1 -- St USPS
- Type --
- StDist
- St
- Dist
- CD116
- CBSA
- StCty
- D001 Total population
- D002 Male
- D003 Female
- D004 Sex ratio (males per 100 females)
- D005 Under 5 years
- D006 5 to 9 years
- D007 10 to 14 years
- D008 15 to 19 years
- D009 20 to 24 years
- D010 25 to 34 years
- D011 35 to 44 years
- D012 45 to 54 years
- D013 55 to 59 years
- D014 60 to 64 years
- D015 65 to 74 years
- D016 75 to 84 years
- D017 85 years and over
- D018 Median age (years)", - D019 Under 18 years
- D020 16 years and over
- D021 18 years and over
- D022 21 years and over
- D023 62 years and over
- D024 65 years and over
- D025 18 years and over
- D026 18 years and over -- Male
- D027 18 years and over -- Female
- D028 18 years and over -- Sex ratio (males per 100 females)
- D029 65 years and over
- D030 65 years and over -- Male
- D031 65 years and over -- Female
- D032 65 years and over -- Sex ratio (males per 100 females)
- D033 Total population
- D034 One race
- D035 Two or more races
- D036 One race
- D037 One race -- White
- D038 One race -- Black or African American
- D039 One race -- American Indian and Alaska Native
- D040 One race -- American Indian and Alaska Native -- Cherokee tribal grouping
- D041 One race -- American Indian and Alaska Native -- Chippewa tribal grouping
- D042 One race -- American Indian and Alaska Native -- Navajo tribal grouping
- D043 One race -- American Indian and Alaska Native -- Sioux tribal grouping
- D044 One race -- Asian
- D045 One race -- Asian -- Asian Indian
- D046 One race -- Asian -- Chinese
- D047 One race -- Asian -- Filipino
- D048 One race -- Asian -- Japanese
- D049 One race -- Asian -- Korean
- D050 One race -- Asian -- Vietnamese
- D051 One race -- Asian -- Other Asian
- D052 One race -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
- D053 One race -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander -- Native Hawaiian
- D054 One race -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander -- Guamanian or Chamorro
- D055 One race -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander -- Samoan
- D056 One race -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander -- Other Pacific Islander
- D057 One race -- Some other race
- D058 Two or more races
- D059 Two or more races -- White and Black or African American
- D060 Two or more races -- White and American Indian and Alaska Native
- D061 Two or more races -- White and Asian
- D062 Two or more races -- Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native
- D063 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- Total population
- D064 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- White
- D065 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- Black or African American
- D066 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- American Indian and Alaska Native
- D067 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- Asian
- D068 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
- D069 Race alone or in combination with one or more other races -- Some other race
- D070 Total population
- D071 Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
- D072 Hispanic or Latino (of any race) -- Mexican
- D073 Hispanic or Latino (of any race) -- Puerto Rican
- D074 Hispanic or Latino (of any race) -- Cuban
- D075 Hispanic or Latino (of any race) -- Other Hispanic or Latino
- D076 Not Hispanic or Latino
- D077 Not Hispanic or Latino -- White alone
- D078 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Black or African American alone
- D079 Not Hispanic or Latino -- American Indian and Alaska Native alone
- D080 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Asian alone
- D081 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
- D082 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Some other race alone
- D083 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Two or more races
- D084 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Two or more races -- Two races including Some other race
- D085 Not Hispanic or Latino -- Two or more races -- Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races
- D086 Total housing units
- D087 Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP), 18 and over population
- D088 CVAP, male
- D089 CVAP, female
- D085 Population ages 5-17
- S054 Nursery school, preschool -- population 3 years or more
- S055 Kindergarten -- population 3 years or more
- S056 Elementary school (grades 1-8) -- population 3 years or more
- S057 High school (grades 9-12) -- population 3 years or more
- S067 High school graduate or higher, percent -- population 25 years or more
- S068 Bachelor's degree or higher, percent -- population 25 years or more
- E009 Unemployment Rate
- E062 Median Household Income
- E086 Median Family Income
- E132 Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years in poverty
- H001 Total housing units
- H002 Occupied units
- H003 Vacant units
- H046 Owner Occupied Units
- H047 Renter Occupied Units
- H089 Median Housing Unit Value
- H110 Housing units with a mortgage - Monthly Owner Costs as a % of Household Income (SMOCAPI)
- H114 SMOCAPI 30.0 to 34.9 percent
- H115 SMOCAPI 35.0 percent or more
- H134 Median Rent
- H136 Occupied units paying rent -- Rent as a % of Household Inbome (GRAPI)
- H141 GRAPI -- 30.0 to 34.9 percent
- H142 GRAPI -- 35.0 percent or more

Use school district code/area name based on address.

Create a School District Profile .. goto top
The interactive table above shows attributes for each school district as a row. To transpose the items into a downloadable profile, follow these steps.
  • Open DP1 XLS -- General Demographics -- requires Excel
  • Select a district from interactive table above.
    .. click a row; it turns blue.
    .. right click and click copy.
  • Paste (CTRL-v) in column D1 in spreadhseet.
  • Right click D1 and Copy (all cells pasted in above step)
  • Right click D4 and Paste Special

The D column is now populated with with items in the districts selected from interactive table.
  • Optionally save to local XLS file on your computer.
  • Optionally select another district and repeat paste steps into column E1.

Completed example:
  • General Demographics - San Antonio ISD, TX

Optionally create four types of profiles for any district.
  • General Demographics
  • Social Charactersitics
  • Economic Characteristics
  • Housing Characteristics

These 1,042 districts include elementary, secondary and unified school districts. Some of these district overlap the same geographic area. There are 961 districts that cover unduplicated geography. The total school age population (32,127,429) is based on the sum of the population for these 961 districts.

About these Demographic-Economic Data
Data used in this section are estimates developed from the American Community Survey (ACS2017). These data differ from administratively reported data (enrollment, etc.).

Data are for the total resident population in the district. Data are not shown separately for charter schools as charter schools have no defined boundaries. If a charter school located in district X has students from district Y, attributes of those students and households are shown in data for district Y.

The importance of understanding the demographic-economic make-up and trends can hardly be overstated. Community and educational challenges and opportunities are shaped by demographic-economic dynamics. Only by knowing "where we are" can we develop the most effective plans for improvement.

The importance of understanding the demographic-economic make-up and trends can hardly be overstated. Community and educational challenges and opportunities are shaped by demographic-economic dynamics. Only by knowing "where we are" can we develop the most effective plans for improvement.

The American Community Survey provides "richer" demographic-economic characteristics for national scope wide-ranging geographic areas. While Census 2010 provides data similar to those items in the General Demographics section, only ACS sourced data provide details on topics such as income and poverty, labor force and employment, housing value and costs, educational participation and attainment, language spoken at home, among many related items. The approximate 600 items accessible via the dataset are supplemented by a wide range of additional subject matter. These data are updated annually in December of each year for each/all political/statistical areas, including census tracts, ZIP code areas and block groups.

FAQS & Related Notes .. goto top

How to view/rank/compare districts based on total population
  • Use the General Demographics section/table.
  • Click the D001 (total population) table header cell.
    .. the table refreshes sorted on D001 in one direction; click again to sort in other direction.

How to view/rank/compare enrollment
  • Use the Social Characteristics section/table.
  • Click the button School Enrollment below the table.
    .. the table refreshes with the school enrollment columns.

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