Michigan

Comparative analysis of funding, student demographics and achievement data.

Michigan is comprised of 552 school districts that serve 1,406,244 students.

Search over 13,776 districts.
Funding2008 - 201220082009201020112012
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Per Pupil Expenditure (K-12)
National average

Per-Pupil Expenditure: Average per-pupil expenditure equals the total amount of revenue paid out by school systems in the state divided by K-12 total enrollment. It includes funds from federal, state, and local sources spent on day to day operating expenses, such as teacher salaries. It does not include capital expenses, such as school construction. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

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102971059112592127520
$10,075
$10,297
$10,373
$10,591
$12,002
$12,592
$12,266
$12,752
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School Finance Inequity Among Districts (% of Per-Pupil Spending)

School Finance Inequity: School finance inequity reflects the average percentage difference in per-pupil spending among school districts across a given state according to a definition contained in Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act. The per-pupil expenditure for every school district is compared to the average per-pupil expenditure for the state and weighted according to size and poverty level.

0.1430.1430.14720.13910.1474
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14.3%
14.3%
14.7%
13.9%
14.7%
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School Finance Inequity Among Districts (Per-Pupil Dollars)

School Finance Inequity: School finance inequity reflects the average dollar difference in per-pupil spending among school districts across a given state according to a definition contained in Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act. The per-pupil expenditure for every school district is compared to the average per-pupil expenditure for the state and weighted according to size and poverty level.

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$1,443
$1,483
$1,767
$1,706
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Federal Revenue Per Pupil

Federal Revenue Per Pupil: Federal revenues per student are federal revenues divided by the fall enrollment as reported in the state finance file. These data are from the CCD National Public Education Financial Survey. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

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$905
$1,358
$1,562
$1,705
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State Revenue per Pupil

Average revenue received by each school district from the state divided by total state fall enrollment. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

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$6,668
$6,570
$6,377
$6,753
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Title I

Title I: Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act authorizes direct aid from the federal government to states and school districts to support the additional education needs of children from low-income families. Data for 2011 and 2012 represent estimates based on final appropriations bills. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

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00000
$527,254,785
$554,960,109
$534,724,335
$535,250,482
$539,207,375
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Title I Stimulus Estimated

Title I: Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act authorizes direct aid from the federal government to states and school districts to support the additional education needs of children from low-income families. Funds became available in FY 2009 and must be spent by the end of FY 2011. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

0389902873000
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$389,902,873
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Title II

Title II: Under Title II of the No Child Left Behind Act the federal government provides grant aid to states for Improving Teacher Quality State Grants. The funds are provided via a formula specified in the law. The program is meant to increase the number of highly qualified teachers and principals, and improve teacher effectiveness. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

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$109,196,313
$109,503,428
$109,318,100
$93,724,759
$93,109,257
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IDEA PART B

IDEA: The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) authorizes direct aid from the federal government to states and school districts to support the additional education needs of children with disabilities. Data for 2011 and 2012 represent estimates based on final appropriations bills. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

380700133398154750397798936396402364399883942
00000
$380,700,133
$398,154,750
$397,798,936
$396,402,364
$399,883,942
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IDEA Part B Stimulus Estimated

IDEA: The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) authorizes direct aid from the federal government to states and school districts to support the additional education needs of children with disabilities. Funds became available in FY 2009 and must be spent by the end of FY 2011. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

0400607836000
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$400,607,836
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State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Estimated

State Fiscal Stabilization Fund: The SFSF provides funds to states to fill in budget gaps between and or funding levels. Funds can be used for pre-K-16 purposes as well as government services. Funds became available in FY 2009 and must be spent by the end of FY 2011. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

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$1,590,000,000
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Total Estimated Stimulus Funds

Total Estimated Stimulus Funds: This represents the total amount of money each state is expected to receive in stimulus funding including Title I, IDEA, SFSF and other programs. Funds became available in FY 2009 and must be spent by the end of FY 2011. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

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$2,460,000,000
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Education Jobs Fund Allocation

Total Education Jobs Fund Allocation. Fund must be used to support K-12 employment related expenses like salaries and benefits. Funds became available in FY 2010 and must be spent by the end of FY 2012. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

0031813295200
00000
$318,132,952
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Impact Aid

Impact Aid Basic Support Payments: Title VIII of the No Child Left Behind Act authorizes direct aid from the federal government to school districts that educate large numbers of "federally connected" children or have been impacted by the lost property tax revenue on federal lands (i.e. military bases or Native American reservations). Data for 2011 and 2012 represent estimates based on final appropriations bills. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

38749954763218398835938480844340089
00000
$3,874,995
$4,763,218
$3,988,359
$3,848,084
$4,340,089
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Federal School Meal Funding

Federal School Meal Funding: The National School Lunch Act authorizes the distribution of federal funds to states and school districts to provide nutritious lunches, breakfasts and snacks to low income students free or at reduced prices. This number represents the amount of money each state received for school meals. From U.S. Department of Agriculture Budget Tables.

266234361293796645338207896347982138376697529
00000
$266,234,361
$293,796,645
$338,207,896
$347,982,138
$376,697,529
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Federal School Commodities Funding

Federal School Commodities Funding: The Department of Agriculture provides funds for states to distribute commodity foods to students eligible for free or reduced priced lunch. This number represents the amount of money each state received for commodities. From U.S. Department of Agriculture Budget Tables.

2325552830646359310633773210955131703511
00000
$23,255,528
$30,646,359
$31,063,377
$32,109,551
$31,703,511
Pre-Kindergarten2008 - 201220082009201020112012
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State-Funded Pre-K Enrollment

Total enrollment of children in state-funded pre-K program(s). Includes enrollment in programs administered by school districts and community-based organizations. Depending on state regulations, enrollment may include children at age 3 in addition to age 4 and may reflect either full-day or half-day programming. From the National Institute for Early Education Research's annual yearbook on preschool programs.

2313424091197812206723579
00000
23,134
24,091
19,781
22,067
23,579
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State-Funded Pre-K Funding

Total state funding for state-funded pre-K program(s). Includes funding for programs administered by school districts and community-based organizations. May include federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) funding and other federal social services funding in states that include this funding in the pool of money available for pre-K. Depending on state regulations, funding may support children at age 3 in addition to age 4 and may reflect either full-day or half-day programming. From the National Institute for Early Education Research's annual yearbook on preschool programs.

978500001032500008712800098275000104275000
00000
$97,850,000
$103,250,000
$87,128,000
$98,275,000
$104,275,000
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IDEA Section 619 Preschool Program Enrollment

Total number of students receiving special education services under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Section 619 special education preschool grants for children ages 3 through 5 in state. From U.S. Department of Education Data Accountability Center Child Count.

240972448824245231830
00000
24,097
24,488
24,245
23,183
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IDEA Section 619 Preschool Program Funding

Total federal funding received by state for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Section 619 special education preschool grants for children ages 3 through 5. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

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$12,355,632
$12,355,625
$12,355,625
$12,332,211
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IDEA Section 619 Preschool Program Stimulus Funding

Total federal funding received by state for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Section 619 special education preschool grants for children ages 3 through 5 from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Though funds were available in fiscal years 2009, 2010, and 2011, they were first released in 2009. From U.S. Department of Education Budget Tables.

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$13,396,405
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Head Start Enrollment

Funded enrollment of children ages 3 through 5 in Head Start programs in the state. From U.S. Office of Head Start.

00318213210532066
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31,821
32,105
32,066
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Head Start Funding

Total federal funding for Head Start programs in the state (not including Early Head Start). From U.S. Office of Head Start.

00217440992221183761226742924
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$217,440,992
$221,183,761
$226,742,924
Demographics2008 - 201220082009201020112012
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Total Students

Total Students: Number of students enrolled in public education in the state. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

1,692,716
1,659,921
1,635,885
1,587,067
1,573,537
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Student Census Poverty Rate
National average

Student Poverty Rate: The student poverty rate reflects the number of children in a state ages 5 to 17 living beneath the Census Bureau's poverty line. In , the poverty income threshold for a family of four was $19,157. From the U.S. Census Bureau Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates.

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0.1320.1820.19800
17.8%
13.2%
20.2%
18.2%
21.2%
19.8%
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Free and Reduced Price Lunch Enrollment

Free and Reduced Priced Lunch Enrollment: Free and reduced price lunch enrollment reflects the number of students in the state who are certified to receive free or reduced price lunches based on their family incomes or participation in Food Stamp or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families programs. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.3705518230.41072080.4540.45350.4671
0.4100173150.4412749840.460.480.417565416
37.1%
41.0%
41.1%
44.1%
45.4%
46.0%
45.4%
48.0%
46.7%
41.8%
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English Language Learner

English Language Learner: English Language Learner data reflect the number of children in a state who qualify as Limited English Proficient according to state law. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.0304038010.0367342780.0360.03560.0373
0.051591020.0874656690.0950.05970.089526613
3.0%
5.2%
3.7%
8.7%
3.6%
9.5%
3.6%
6.0%
3.7%
9.0%
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Special Education Participation

Special Education Participation: Special Education Participation reflects the number of children in a state who have Individualized Education Plans under IDEA law. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.1397322410.14031690.1390.13690.1326
0.1328908490.1276828260.1320.13070.127670558
14.0%
13.3%
14.0%
12.8%
13.9%
13.2%
13.7%
13.1%
13.3%
12.8%
About
White Students

White, Non-Hispanic Students: Number of students enrolled in public education in the state that are categorized as white. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.70874320.70626310.7080.69760.6918
0.5444155880.5370262580.5310.51860.51208275
70.9%
54.4%
70.6%
53.7%
70.8%
53.1%
69.8%
51.9%
69.2%
51.2%
About
African American Students

African American, Non-Hispanic Students: Number of students enrolled in public education in the state that are categorized as African American. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.20168240.19967460.2020.18980.1882
0.1663047310.1658705550.1650.15840.156581832
20.2%
16.6%
20.0%
16.6%
20.2%
16.5%
19.0%
15.8%
18.8%
15.7%
About
American Indian Students

American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Students: Number of students enrolled in public education in the state that are categorized as American Indian. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.00916810.00901610.0090.00820.0077
0.0118094220.0117737060.0120.01130.010947775
0.9%
1.2%
0.9%
1.2%
0.9%
1.2%
0.8%
1.1%
0.8%
1.1%
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Asian Students

Asian, Non-Hispanic Students: Number of students enrolled in public education in the state that are categorized as Asian. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.02507390.02683020.0270.02710.0272
0.0472437030.048686550.050.04920.046557587
2.5%
4.7%
2.7%
4.9%
2.7%
5.0%
2.7%
4.9%
2.7%
4.7%
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Hispanic Students

Hispanic Students: Number of students enrolled in public education in the state that are categorized as Hispanic. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.04698190.0478740.0490.05840.062
0.2167808840.2202083910.2270.23760.234619194
4.7%
21.7%
4.8%
22.0%
4.9%
22.7%
5.8%
23.8%
6.2%
23.5%
About
Minority Students

Minority Students: Number of students in the state categorized as a race or ethnicity that is not white. From the Common Core of Data at the National Center for Education Statistics.

0.28290630.28339480.2870.28350.3082
0.4421387390.4465392020.4530.45650.47918496
28.3%
44.2%
28.3%
44.7%
28.7%
45.3%
28.3%
45.6%
30.8%
47.9%
Achievement2008 - 201220082009201020112012
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4th Grade Reading: State NAEP Performance
National average

NAEP Achievement: The percent of students scoring proficient or above according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a set of proficiency standards for each grade. This test is administered to a representative sample of students in each state. From the National Center for Education Statistics.

00.300.310
00.3300.320
30%
33%
31%
32%
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4th Grade Math: State NAEP Performance

NAEP Achievement: The percent of students scoring proficient or above according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a set of proficiency standards for each grade. This test is administered to a representative sample of students in each state. From the National Center for Education Statistics.

00.3500.350
00.3900.390
35%
39%
35%
39%
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8th Grade Reading: State NAEP Performance

NAEP Achievement: The percent of students scoring proficient or above according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a set of proficiency standards for each grade. This test is administered to a representative sample of students in each state. From the National Center for Education Statistics.

00.3100.320
00.3200.320
31%
32%
32%
32%
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8th Grade Math: State NAEP Performance

NAEP Achievement: The percent of students scoring proficient or above according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a set of proficiency standards for each grade. This test is administered to a representative sample of students in each state. From the National Center for Education Statistics.

00.3100.310
00.3400.340
31%
34%
31%
34%
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4th Grade Reading: State NCLB

NCLB Achievement: The percent of 4th graders scoring proficient or above in reading according to state-defined proficiency standards for each grade. States use these standards for No Child Left Behind accountability purposes. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

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76.4%
76.7%
77.0%
84.0%
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4th Grade Math: State NCLB

NCLB Achievement: The percent of 4th graders scoring proficient or above in math according to state-defined proficiency standards for each grade. States use these standards for No Child Left Behind accountability purposes. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

0.8570.8780.880.910
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85.7%
87.8%
88.0%
91.0%
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8th Grade Reading: State NCLB

NCLB Achievement: The percent of 8th graders scoring proficient or above in reading according to state-defined proficiency standards for each grade. States use these standards for No Child Left Behind accountability purposes. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

0.7550.770.770.820
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75.5%
77.0%
77.0%
82.0%
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8th Grade Math: State NCLB

NCLB Achievement: The percent of 8th graders scoring proficient or above in math according to state-defined proficiency standards for each grade. States use these standards for No Child Left Behind accountability purposes. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

0.7180.7470.750.780
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71.8%
74.7%
75.0%
78.0%
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High School Reading: District NCLB

NCLB Achievement: The percent of high schoolers scoring proficient or above in reading according to state-defined proficiency standards for each grade. States use these standards for No Child Left Behind accountability purposes. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

0.530.5280.530.640
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53.0%
52.8%
53.0%
64.0%
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High School Math: District NCLB

NCLB Achievement: The percent of high schoolers scoring proficient or above in math according to state-defined proficiency standards for each grade. States use these standards for No Child Left Behind accountability purposes. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

0.4670.4980.50.520
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46.7%
49.8%
50.0%
52.0%
About
Nationally Defined Graduation Rate

Nationally Defined Graduation Rate: Four year freshman cohort graduation rate as calculated by the Department of Education.

0.7630.7530.75900
0.7470.755000
76.3%
74.7%
75.3%
75.5%
75.9%
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State Defined Graduation Rate

State Defined Graduation Rate: High school graduation rate as calculated by the state. From the state Department of Education or Public Instruction.

0.7550.7520.760.760
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75.5%
75.2%
76.0%
76.0%
Adult Education2008 - 201220082009201020112012
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Federal Adult Education Spending

Title II of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, provides formula funds to each state to be used in providing adult education and literacy instruction to adults. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education at the Department of Education.

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$15,645,242
$14,457,177
$14,380,063
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State Adult Education Spending

States are required to provide matching dollars from state, local, or institutional sources that equal at least 25 percent of the state's total spending on adult education. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education at the Department of Education.

952134811026880008878268500
00000
$95,213,481
$102,688,000
$88,782,685
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Total Adult Education Enrollment

Total number of students enrolled in an adult education program funded under Title II of the Workforce Investment Act. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education National Reporting System.

3057128243311062574528614
00000
30,571
28,243
31,106
25,745
28,614
About
Percent of Adult Education Students that are African American
National average

Percent of adult education students that identify as black or African American in the program year. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education National Reporting System.

0.3225278860.2921785930.32643220.3008351140.344656462
0.201050.220980.222750.223980.213
32.3%
20.1%
29.2%
22.1%
32.6%
22.3%
30.1%
22.4%
34.5%
21.3%
About
Percent of Adult Education Students that are Hispanic

Percent of adult education students that identify as Hispanic in the program year. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education National Reporting System.

0.1482123580.155259710.1340577380.1487667510.145243587
0.433550.40490.397540.389930.39544
14.8%
43.4%
15.5%
40.5%
13.4%
39.8%
14.9%
39.0%
14.5%
39.5%
About
Percent of Adult Education Students that are Ages 16-24

Percent of adult education students that are ages 16-24 in the program year. This measure combines the 16-18 and 19-24 age groups reported by states. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education National Reporting System.

0.34244870.32521330.3368160.328960.3270777
0.363150.353140.344020.339710.33289
34.2%
36.3%
32.5%
35.3%
33.7%
34.4%
32.9%
34.0%
32.7%
33.3%
About
Percent of Adult Education Students Enrolled in ESL Program

Percent of adult education students that are enrolled in English-as-a-second-language programs in the program year. Other program types include adult basic education and adult secondary education. Data from the Office of Vocational and Adult Education National Reporting System.

0.29701350.32843540.28705070.32596620.2999231
0.4383870.4226180.417160.403350.400051
29.7%
43.8%
32.8%
42.3%
28.7%
41.7%
32.6%
40.3%
30.0%
40.0%