Key points of the new D.C. school study

Statistical data from the new D.C. school study

The new IFF study of school location and performance in the District is the most detailed look at the city’s public schools in several years. Some key points:

67 percent : Proportion of children in traditional public schools living in households with income at or below 185 percent of U.S. poverty guidelines.

75 percent : Proportion of public charter school children living at or below 185 percent of poverty.

67 percent : African American enrollment in traditional public schools.

87 percent : African American enrollment in public charter schools.

2045 : The year 75 percent of D.C. students will test at grade level in math if trends hold.

2075 : The year 75 percent of D.C. students will reach grade level in reading if trends hold.

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