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State by Census Tract
State by School District
Census 2000-ACS 2009
Situation & Outlook
Estimates & Projections
American Community Survey
-- based on ACS 2009 5-year estimates, centric to mid-2007
The ranking table presented in this section provides selected demographic characteristics for California school districts. These data are based on the American Community Survey 2009 5-year estimates released December 2010. These are the first "richer demographics" for all school districts since Census 2000. Data reflect school district geographic boundaries for the 2009-10 school year.
Use the interactive ranking table below to rank/compare/examine selected demographics by school district. See the scope of additional approximate 600 subject matter items available for each district (and neighborhood) in the 4-part demographic profile ... view extended subject matter items: demographic, social, economic, housing.
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California School District Demographics Interactive Ranking Table
Data based on ACS 2009 5-Year estimates and centric to mid-2007.
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Usage: click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
Data are estimates based on survey data collected 2005-2009 & centric to mid-2007.
Population -- total population
%Under 5 -- population under age 5 as percent of total population
%Pop 5-17 -- school age population, ages 5-17, as percent of total population
%Pop 65+ -- population age 65 and over as percent of total population
Md Age -- median age
%White -- White population (of one race) as percent of total population
%Black -- Black population (of one race) as percent of total population
%AIAN -- American Indian/Alasa Native population (of one race) as percent of total population
%Asian -- Asian population (of one race) as percent of total population
%NHPI -- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander population (of one race) as percent of total population
%Hispanic -- Hispanic population (all races) as percent of total population
%HS Grad -- percent high school graduates (population 25 years and older)
%Coll Grad -- percent college graduates graduates (population 25 years and older)
LSAH [Language Spoken at Home] -- percent who speak language other than English & "do not speak English very well"
$MHI -- median household income
$MFI -- median family income
Poverty -- percent all population in poverty (with income in past 12 months below poverty level)
$MHV -- median housing value (owner-occupied housing units)
Ranking Table Usage Notes
Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.
Click ShowAll button to show all areas and restore full set of data view.
Click State (dropdown below table) to view metros in a selected state (click ShowAll between selections).
Find by Name: key in partial area name in text box to right of Find-in-Name button
then click button to locate all matches (case sensitive).
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