May 17, 2024 - News

Map du jour: School segregation across Georgia

Choropleth map of U.S. counties showing the estimated level of segregation between Black and white students in K-12 public schools. Schools in counties in the southern U.S., southern California and Northeast tend to be more segregated than counties in the Pacific Northwest and Midwest.
Data: Stanford Education Data Archive. Note: Index ranges from 0 to 1, where 0 implies no segregation (all schools have identical proportions of Black and white students) while 1 implies complete segregation (no Black student attends a school with any white students, and vice versa). Map: Axios Visuals

Data collected by Stanford Education Data Archive is reported by county, so places with city school systems are included in those numbers.


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