By the numbers: Alameda's charter schools

By the numbers: Alameda's charter schools

Michele Ellson

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Submitted by Sylvia Gibson on Wed, Apr 24, 2013

How do these numbers compare to the district schools?

Submitted by Michele Ellson on Wed, Apr 24, 2013

Good question, I was thinking about that last night as well. Ed-Data has ethnic breakdown of district as a whole from 11-12 as 30 percent Asian, 29.7 percent white, 14.8 percent Hispanic/Latino, 11.6 percent African American, 7.9 percent Filipino, 1.2 percent Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 0.5 percent Native American/Alaska Native, 3.9 percent two or more races. It says 22.3 percent of students are English learners. California Department of Ed says we had 1,115 Special Ed students last year, which is about 10.5 percent of the total listed there. I'll have to dig for those last two numbers; stay tuned.

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