Use the red highlighted buttons to select the year, district type, and data layer to display.
Years and Available Data Currently, student poverty rate, percent eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, median owner-occipied property value, median household income, cost-adjusted revenue per pupil, and percent nonwhite are available for all years, 2013 to 2018. Cases of COVID-19 per 100,000 people from the New York Times are available for the 2018 layers.
School District Type There are three different types of school districts shown in the map: unified, elementary, and secondary. In general, where there is a unified school district, no elementary or secondary district exists; and where there is an elementary district, there is usually (though not always) a secondary district. Unified school districts are always visible in the map. Use the district-type selector to also view either elementary or secondary districts.
School District Search To zoom to a particular school district, type the name of that school district in the School District Search bar and select the appropriate district in the drop-down menu.
Click on the methodology button in the legend to learn more about each dataset or to download the data.