Share of U.S. schools 2009/10, by ethnic concentration and school type

Share of schools in the United States 2009/10, by ethnic concentration of students and school type

by Statista Research Department, last edited May 31, 2012
Share of U.S. schools 2009/10, by ethnic concentration and school type This statistic shows the share of schools in the United States as of the 2009/10 school year, as differentiated by the majority ethnic concentration of students in the school and the type of school (private, charter or traditional). In 2009/10, in 75.2 percent of private schools across the United States there was a concentration of more than 50 percent white students.
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Share of schools in the United States 2009/10, by ethnic concentration of students and school type

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