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Asian Female: 82.1%
Asian Male: 73.5%
Black Female: 51.4%
Black Male: 37.9%
Hispanic Female: 51.3%
Hispanic Male: 41.2%
White Female: 77.7%
White Male: 68.4%

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022)
Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)

2011-27.7%
2012-28.6%
2013-31.4%
2014-32.6%
2015-35.3%
2016-37.2%
2017-47.5%
2018-50.3%
2019-54.9%
2020-57.7%

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022) Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022)

Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)

 

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Citywide Overview-Race, Ethnicity & Poverty

New York City Council (2018-2019)

Poverty is another factor worth considering when talking about school diversity. Black and Hispanic students are much more likely to attend a school where more than 75% of students experience poverty.


Citywide Overview-Race & Ethnicity

New York City Council (2018-2019)

The majority of New York City public school students are black or Hispanic, according to the DOE. It’s important to note that 32.1% of New York City’s population identifies as white and non-Hispanic, while only 15% of public school students are identified as white by the DOE.

2020:

Bronx: 73%

Brooklyn: 77.7%

Manhattan: 79.2%

Queens: 82.2%

Staten Island: 84.1%

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022)

Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)

 

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Grades 3 to 8 Proficiency in ELA measures the proficiency rate of students in the Department of Education Schools in grades 3 to 8 on New York State Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) Tests.

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022)

Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)

Grades 3 to 8 Proficiency in ELA measures the proficiency rate of students in the Department of Education Schools in grades 3 to 8 on New York State Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) Tests.

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022)

Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)

Grades 3 to 8 Proficiency in ELA measures the proficiency rate of students in the Department of Education Schools in grades 3 to 8 on New York State Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) Tests.

Data last updated (January, 26, 2022)

Data Source: NYC Department of Education (DOE)