On the Records: Mapping Texas Education
We've created three new maps for visualizing district-level demographics in Texas schools.
Among the education data collected by Houston nonprofit Children at Risk is a snapshot of each district's demographics and academic performance during the 2008-09 school year.
You can view campus-specific information in our database, but we've also sought to visualize the data at the district level using mapping software.
Here's a district-by-district look at the percentage of students who are "economically disadvantaged," as defined by the state:
Here's a map of districts by their student-to-teacher ratios:
And, finally, here's a look at districts by the percentage of students defined as having limited English proficiency:
Ideas for other maps? Let us know.
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