Last Updated March 29, 2022
US schools have become more racially and ethnically diverse over the past few decades, but these changes have played out differently across the country. Understanding a school’s demographics can inform conversations around school segregation, redistricting, funding, and equity.
Search for your PK–12 school (prekindergarten through 12th grade) to see how student enrollment by race or ethnicity has changed.
Data on PK–12 school enrollment by race or ethnicity come from the US Department of Education Common Core of Data. Find other trends about schools, districts, and colleges using the Urban Institute’s Education Data Explorer, which includes three decades of PK–12 and higher education data in one accessible place.
This tool was published on January 29, 2020, and will be updated as new data become available.
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RESEARCH Matthew Chingos
DESIGN Christina Baird
DEVELOPMENT Alice Feng
EDITING David Hinson
WRITING Emily Peiffer