Projected change in U.S. public school enrollment grades K-12, by state 2015-2027

Projected percentage change in public school enrollment for grades kindergarten to 12, by U.S. state 2015 to 2027

Projected change in U.S. public school enrollment grades K-12, by state 2015-2027 This statistic shows the projected percentage change in enrollment in U.S. public schools for grades kindergarten (K) to 12 from 2015 to 2027. On average, enrollment across the United States is projected to increase 3.2 percent from 2015 to 2027.
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Projected percentage change in public school enrollment for grades kindergarten to 12, by U.S. state 2015 to 2027

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Projected percentage change
District of Columbia28.1%
North Dakota27.1%
Florida17%
Washington16.9%
Texas14.7%
Nevada14.4%
Alaska13%
Utah12.6%
South Dakota11.8%
South Carolina11.4%
Montana10.6%
Oregon10%
Colorado9.3%
Wyoming8.9%
Oklahoma8.8%
Arizona8.5%
Nebraska7.3%
Delaware6.9%
Minnesota6.7%
North Carolina6.2%
Maryland6.2%
Iowa6%
Idaho5.7%
Georgia5.7%
Hawaii5.1%
Tennessee4.2%
Louisiana3.4%
Virginia3.3%
U.S. Average3.2%
Arkansas3%
Kentucky2.9%
Missouri1.2%
Alabama0.4%
Indiana0.4%
Kansas0.1%
Wisconsin-1.2%
New York-1.8%
Massachusetts-2.3%
Ohio-2.7%
New Jersey-3.8%
Pennsylvania-4.1%
Rhode Island-4.1%
West Virginia-5.1%
California-5.2%
New Mexico-5.6%
Maine-6%
Mississippi-6.6%
Illinois-7%
Michigan-8.2%
Vermont-9.3%
New Hampshire-10.3%
Connecticut-12.2%
Projected percentage change
District of Columbia28.1%
North Dakota27.1%
Florida17%
Washington16.9%
Texas14.7%
Nevada14.4%
Alaska13%
Utah12.6%
South Dakota11.8%
South Carolina11.4%
Montana10.6%
Oregon10%
Colorado9.3%
Wyoming8.9%
Oklahoma8.8%
Arizona8.5%
Nebraska7.3%
Delaware6.9%
Minnesota6.7%
North Carolina6.2%
Maryland6.2%
Iowa6%
Idaho5.7%
Georgia5.7%
Hawaii5.1%
Tennessee4.2%
Louisiana3.4%
Virginia3.3%
U.S. Average3.2%
Arkansas3%
Kentucky2.9%
Missouri1.2%
Alabama0.4%
Indiana0.4%
Kansas0.1%
Wisconsin-1.2%
New York-1.8%
Massachusetts-2.3%
Ohio-2.7%
New Jersey-3.8%
Pennsylvania-4.1%
Rhode Island-4.1%
West Virginia-5.1%
California-5.2%
New Mexico-5.6%
Maine-6%
Mississippi-6.6%
Illinois-7%
Michigan-8.2%
Vermont-9.3%
New Hampshire-10.3%
Connecticut-12.2%
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This statistic shows the projected percentage change in enrollment in U.S. public schools for grades kindergarten (K) to 12 from 2015 to 2027. On average, enrollment across the United States is projected to increase 3.2 percent from 2015 to 2027.
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