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Data and Reports

Assessments | Attendance, Discipline & Mobility | DC School Report Card & STAR Framework | Early Learning | Enrollment | High School Graduation & Postsecondary Readiness | School Health & Wellness | Special Populations | Other Information and Tools

Quick Stats: Public Schools in the District of Columbia

  • Enrollment by Race and Ethnicity [Source: 2018 DC School Report Card]
  • 67 percent of students identify as African-American/Black (non-Hispanic)
  • 19 percent of students identify as Hispanic/Latino, any race
  • 10 percent of students identify as White (non-Hispanic)
  • 2 percent of students identify as Asian
  • 2 percent of students identify as multiracial
  • Less than one percent of students identify as Native American/Alaskan
  • Less than one percent of students identify as Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian
  • Enrollment by Special Populations [Source: 2018 DC School Report Card]
  • 16 percent of students receive specialized education services
  • 11 percent of students receive English learner services
  • 46 percent of students are identified as at risk. Students who are at risk are those who qualify for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), have been identified as homeless during the academic year, who under the care of the Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or “foster care”), and who are high school students at least one year older than the expected age for their grade.

Note: Unless noted, all quick stats are for the 2017-18 school year and are updated annually.

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Assessments

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Attendance, Discipline and Mobility

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DC School Report Card & STAR Framework

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Early Learning

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Enrollment in Public Schools in DC

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High School Graduation and Postsecondary Readiness

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School Health & Wellness

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Special Populations

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Other Information and Tools:

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