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Educational Attainment

Includes categories: Less Than 9th Grade; 9th-12th Grade, No Diploma; High School Graduate (or Equivalent); Bachelor's Degree; Graduate or Professional Degree; Some College, No Degree; Associates Degree.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016 - 2020
Less Than 9th Grade

4.9%
10,923,030.0

2.9%
121,333.0

2.2%
2,386.0

2.1%
1,443.0

2.1%
1,862.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.6%
49,724.0

6.5%
4,257.0

3.2%
3,446.0

2.7%
1,865.0

2.8%
2,451.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

26.7%
153,144.0

30.5%
1,275,987.0

20.6%
22,402.0

17.1%
11,895.0

18.5%
16,478.0

Some College

20.3%
45,242,162.0

22.0%
920,515.0

19.0%
20,659.0

18.3%
12,749.0

18.6%
16,604.0

Associates Degree

8.6%
19,254,254.0

8.1%
336,661.0

7.4%
8,049.0

6.5%
4,535.0

6.9%
6,107.0

Bachelor's Degree

20.2%
45,034,608.0

18.4%
770,259.0

27.0%
29,384.0

28.1%
19,573.0

27.9%
24,811.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.7%
28,321,710.0

11.5%
480,325.0

20.7%
22,580.0

25.2%
17,539.0

23.3%
20,763.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than 9th Grade

5.1%
11,284,290.0

3.1%
130,008.0

1.9%
2,080.0

1.7%
1,145.0

1.8%
1,603.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.9%
15,187,971.0

6.9%
288,258.0

3.5%
3,754.0

3.1%
2,116.0

3.0%
2,633.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

20.4%
45,044,698.0

22.2%
919,879.0

19.8%
21,198.0

18.7%
12,773.0

19.3%
16,800.0

Some College

20.4%
45,044,698.0

22.2%
919,879.0

19.8%
21,198.0

18.7%
12,773.0

19.7%
17,164.0

Associates Degree

8.5%
18,712,208.0

7.9%
328,720.0

7.3%
7,841.0

6.2%
4,252.0

6.8%
5,909.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.8%
43,646,104.0

18.0%
745,843.0

26.1%
27,959.0

27.4%
18,748.0

26.9%
23,432.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.4%
27,274,058.0

11.2%
466,719.0

19.9%
21,338.0

24.8%
16,961.0

22.6%
19,672.0

2019
Less Than 9th Grade

4.8%
10,874,685.0

2.9%
122,379.0

2.5%
2,750.0

2.2%
1,524.0

2.1%
1,874.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.6%
14,743,856.0

6.4%
269,436.0

3.9%
4,263.0

3.4%
2,355.0

3.6%
3,128.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

26.9%
60,482,354.0

31.1%
1,308,859.0

20.1%
22,003.0

15.3%
10,625.0

16.3%
14,232.0

Some College

20.0%
44,914,086.0

21.4%
900,486.0

19.2%
21,010.0

19.3%
13,361.0

18.9%
16,494.0

Associates Degree

8.6%
19,381,936.0

7.9%
333,721.0

7.3%
8,036.0

6.2%
4,314.0

7.8%
6,815.0

Bachelor's Degree

20.3%
45,730,480.0

18.4%
775,808.0

25.7%
28,166.0

27.2%
18,858.0

27.1%
23,642.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.8%
28,771,172.0

11.8%
495,473.0

21.2%
23,177.0

26.3%
18,195.0

24.2%
21,109.0

2014 - 2018
Less Than 9th Grade

5.3%
11,521,575.0

3.3%
134,369.0

1.7%
1,826.0

1.5%
1,031.0

1.7%
1,468.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.1%
15,426,482.0

7.2%
296,160.0

4.1%
4,335.0

3.5%
2,330.0

3.6%
3,133.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.1%
59,265,308.0

30.7%
1,266,430.0

21.2%
22,382.0

17.6%
11,828.0

19.0%
16,423.0

Some College

20.6%
45,027,332.0

22.4%
923,045.0

19.7%
20,810.0

18.3%
12,281.0

19.3%
16,616.0

Associates Degree

8.4%
18,338,324.0

7.8%
323,751.0

7.2%
7,630.0

6.3%
4,216.0

6.6%
5,684.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.4%
42,470,928.0

17.7%
729,543.0

25.8%
27,238.0

27.5%
18,419.0

26.9%
23,203.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.1%
26,396,125.0

10.9%
451,540.0

20.2%
21,274.0

25.3%
16,973.0

22.8%
19,695.0

2018
Less Than 9th Grade

5.0%
11,083,738.0

3.3%
134,369.0

1.5%
1,572.0

1.4%
948.0

1.4%
1,243.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.7%
14,960,425.0

7.2%
296,160.0

3.3%
3,582.0

3.3%
2,244.0

2.9%
2,576.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

26.9%
59,961,892.0

30.7%
1,266,430.0

19.0%
20,358.0

15.1%
10,359.0

16.9%
14,885.0

Some College

20.3%
45,224,654.0

22.4%
923,045.0

20.6%
22,074.0

17.5%
12,043.0

19.8%
17,459.0

Associates Degree

8.6%
19,177,676.0

7.8%
323,751.0

7.3%
7,831.0

6.5%
4,478.0

6.7%
5,890.0

Bachelor's Degree

20.0%
44,599,184.0

17.7%
729,543.0

26.0%
27,958.0

27.6%
18,921.0

26.9%
23,733.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.6%
28,151,275.0

10.9%
451,540.0

22.4%
24,033.0

28.7%
19,673.0

25.5%
22,528.0

2013 - 2017
Less Than 9th Grade

5.4%
11,759,554.0

3.4%
139,870.0

2.0%
2,073.0

1.9%
1,251.0

1.9%
1,613.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.2%
15,677,560.0

7.4%
302,552.0

4.4%
4,607.0

3.9%
2,575.0

4.0%
3,399.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.3%
59,093,612.0

30.9%
1,268,884.0

21.0%
21,778.0

16.9%
11,067.0

18.6%
15,669.0

Some College, No Degree

20.8%
44,935,834.0

22.4%
917,414.0

19.5%
20,187.0

17.8%
11,692.0

18.7%
15,769.0

Associates Degree

8.3%
17,917,480.0

7.7%
315,780.0

7.1%
7,360.0

6.1%
3,991.0

6.6%
5,517.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.1%
41,377,068.0

17.5%
718,198.0

25.9%
26,835.0

28.3%
18,550.0

27.5%
23,142.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.8%
25,510,535.0

10.7%
437,511.0

20.0%
20,714.0

25.1%
16,424.0

22.7%
19,082.0

2017
Less Than 9th Grade

5.1%
11,267,058.0

3.1%
129,072.0

1.8%
1,961.0

1.0%
684.0

1.5%
1,317.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.9%
15,315,153.0

7.2%
298,467.0

3.7%
3,948.0

3.7%
2,544.0

3.3%
2,923.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.1%
60,031,544.0

30.8%
1,277,505.0

22.5%
24,184.0

20.0%
13,684.0

20.0%
17,634.0

Some College, No Degree

20.4%
45,109,653.0

22.0%
912,962.0

19.2%
20,607.0

19.1%
13,104.0

18.9%
16,640.0

Associates Degree

8.5%
18,760,760.0

7.9%
326,430.0

7.1%
7,598.0

6.4%
4,395.0

6.9%
6,118.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.7%
43,585,028.0

17.9%
743,797.0

27.1%
29,114.0

27.8%
19,059.0

28.6%
25,161.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.3%
27,180,888.0

11.1%
462,042.0

18.7%
20,047.0

22.0%
15,081.0

20.7%
18,237.0

2012 - 2016
Less Than 9th Grade

5.6%
11,913,913.0

3.6%
146,092.0

2.1%
2,146.0

2.2%
1,388.0

2.0%
1,681.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.4%
15,904,467.0

7.6%
308,790.0

4.2%
4,294.0

3.6%
2,329.0

3.8%
3,150.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.5%
58,820,410.0

31.1%
1,267,813.0

20.4%
20,754.0

15.7%
10,071.0

18.0%
14,844.0

Some College, No Degree

21.0%
44,772,845.0

22.5%
917,451.0

19.5%
19,839.0

17.8%
11,465.0

18.7%
15,470.0

Associates Degree

8.2%
17,469,724.0

7.6%
307,566.0

7.0%
7,109.0

6.0%
3,828.0

6.4%
5,269.0

Bachelor's Degree

18.8%
40,189,920.0

17.2%
701,863.0

26.1%
26,549.0

28.7%
18,435.0

27.6%
22,838.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.5%
24,577,867.0

10.4%
423,802.0

20.6%
20,985.0

26.1%
16,771.0

23.4%
19,376.0

2016
Less Than 9th Grade

5.4%
11,692,904.0

3.3%
137,315.0

1.9%
2,054.0

1.5%
1,054.0

1.8%
1,538.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.2%
15,719,330.0

7.1%
292,624.0

3.3%
3,543.0

2.6%
1,755.0

2.8%
2,410.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.2%
59,373,780.0

30.7%
1,265,386.0

21.3%
22,503.0

16.8%
11,466.0

19.3%
16,503.0

Some College, No Degree

20.6%
45,095,348.0

22.5%
927,795.0

21.1%
22,341.0

19.4%
13,207.0

20.7%
17,700.0

Associates Degree

8.4%
18,259,840.0

7.9%
325,244.0

8.5%
8,965.0

7.8%
5,295.0

7.7%
6,632.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.3%
42,242,396.0

17.7%
729,511.0

25.2%
26,710.0

27.3%
18,581.0

26.2%
22,423.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.9%
26,091,883.0

10.8%
443,139.0

18.7%
19,744.0

24.7%
16,821.0

21.5%
18,416.0

2011 - 2015
Less Than 9th Grade

5.7%
12,093,869.0

3.7%
151,074.0

2.2%
2,163.0

2.5%
1,552.0

2.1%
1,687.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.6%
16,135,225.0

7.9%
318,743.0

4.4%
4,408.0

3.7%
2,318.0

4.0%
3,188.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.8%
58,722,528.0

31.3%
1,266,920.0

20.2%
20,137.0

15.2%
9,513.0

17.4%
14,038.0

Some College, No Degree

21.1%
44,529,161.0

22.6%
917,017.0

19.3%
19,291.0

17.6%
11,011.0

18.4%
14,805.0

Associates Degree

8.1%
17,029,468.0

7.4%
299,637.0

6.6%
6,584.0

5.5%
3,445.0

5.9%
4,763.0

Bachelor's Degree

18.5%
39,166,048.0

16.9%
685,454.0

26.8%
26,727.0

29.9%
18,679.0

28.8%
23,202.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.2%
23,786,224.0

10.2%
413,455.0

20.6%
20,541.0

25.6%
15,989.0

23.5%
18,923.0

2015
Less Than 9th Grade

5.5%
11,988,039.0

3.6%
145,571.0

2.0%
2,121.0

2.3%
1,533.0

2.1%
1,747.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.3%
15,838,087.0

7.5%
308,053.0

3.8%
3,987.0

2.8%
1,854.0

2.6%
2,180.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.6%
59,662,980.0

31.0%
1,269,953.0

21.3%
22,139.0

19.3%
12,656.0

19.8%
16,560.0

Some College, No Degree

20.7%
44,909,753.0

22.4%
915,960.0

18.2%
18,998.0

17.1%
11,216.0

18.7%
15,578.0

Associates Degree

8.2%
17,806,750.0

7.7%
316,815.0

6.2%
6,408.0

4.5%
2,965.0

5.0%
4,140.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.0%
41,152,388.0

17.3%
706,922.0

27.4%
28,486.0

29.0%
19,042.0

27.8%
23,194.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.6%
25,089,165.0

10.6%
433,938.0

21.1%
21,963.0

24.9%
16,300.0

24.0%
20,051.0

2010 - 2014
Less Than 9th Grade

5.8%
12,193,679.0

3.9%
156,034.0

2.0%
1,984.0

2.3%
1,393.0

2.0%
1,549.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.8%
16,394,069.0

8.1%
326,706.0

4.8%
4,679.0

4.1%
2,513.0

4.3%
3,401.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.0%
58,440,600.0

31.4%
1,265,481.0

19.7%
19,289.0

14.6%
8,854.0

16.6%
13,114.0

Some College, No Degree

21.2%
44,241,558.0

22.7%
915,730.0

19.4%
18,959.0

17.6%
10,675.0

18.5%
14,580.0

Associates Degree

7.9%
16,580,076.0

7.2%
290,937.0

6.4%
6,276.0

5.5%
3,337.0

5.9%
4,695.0

Bachelor's Degree

18.3%
38,184,668.0

16.7%
672,563.0

27.2%
26,635.0

30.6%
18,562.0

29.5%
23,284.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.0%
23,021,479.0

10.0%
401,479.0

20.4%
19,971.0

25.3%
15,364.0

23.2%
18,303.0

2014
Less Than 9th Grade

5.6%
12,063,864.0

3.6%
145,466.0

1.1%
1,070.0

1.1%
649.0

0.9%
762.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.5%
15,928,170.0

7.6%
308,360.0

5.4%
5,448.0

4.4%
2,711.0

5.0%
4,026.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.7%
59,249,552.0

31.4%
1,279,755.0

21.2%
21,320.0

16.0%
9,920.0

18.6%
15,051.0

Some College, No Degree

21.0%
44,799,482.0

22.5%
918,431.0

20.2%
20,259.0

18.5%
11,482.0

18.5%
15,010.0

Associates Degree

8.2%
17,429,531.0

7.5%
304,044.0

7.4%
7,459.0

6.7%
4,142.0

7.0%
5,695.0

Bachelor's Degree

18.7%
39,864,016.0

17.1%
696,669.0

24.4%
24,502.0

27.3%
16,923.0

26.8%
21,740.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.4%
24,391,012.0

10.4%
424,042.0

20.3%
20,410.0

26.2%
16,243.0

23.1%
18,696.0

2013
Less Than 9th Grade

5.8%
12,134,368.0

3.7%
148,190.0

2.7%
2,702.0

3.4%
2,140.0

2.7%
2,227.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.7%
16,133,858.0

7.7%
309,497.0

4.2%
4,238.0

4.3%
2,761.0

4.2%
3,462.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.8%
58,659,474.0

31.5%
1,276,285.0

20.4%
20,459.0

14.0%
8,957.0

17.4%
14,283.0

Some College, No Degree

21.1%
44,510,160.0

22.6%
916,378.0

20.8%
20,916.0

18.2%
11,632.0

19.3%
15,824.0

Associates Degree

8.1%
17,006,372.0

7.6%
305,928.0

6.6%
6,665.0

5.3%
3,375.0

6.1%
4,985.0

Bachelor's Degree

18.4%
38,881,974.0

16.9%
685,991.0

25.5%
25,562.0

30.3%
19,366.0

27.8%
22,817.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.2%
23,584,410.0

10.0%
405,014.0

19.8%
19,889.0

24.5%
15,693.0

22.5%
18,438.0

2012
Less Than 9th Grade

5.8%
12,072,306.0

3.9%
156,760.0

2.0%
1,905.0

2.0%
1,186.0

1.8%
1,397.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.9%
16,409,962.0

8.1%
327,644.0

3.2%
3,109.0

2.9%
1,753.0

2.9%
2,306.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.0%
58,495,662.0

31.6%
1,272,777.0

19.2%
18,636.0

14.5%
8,842.0

16.7%
13,207.0

Some College, No Degree

21.3%
44,399,938.0

22.8%
916,120.0

19.2%
18,572.0

18.2%
11,098.0

19.1%
15,116.0

Associates Degree

8.0%
16,611,110.0

7.1%
287,670.0

7.3%
7,070.0

6.4%
3,914.0

6.8%
5,420.0

Bachelor's Degree

18.2%
37,969,084.0

16.7%
670,388.0

27.8%
27,003.0

29.4%
17,904.0

28.8%
22,850.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

10.9%
22,773,438.0

9.7%
392,282.0

21.3%
20,679.0

26.5%
16,114.0

23.9%
18,979.0

2007 - 2011
Less Than 9th Grade

6.1%
12,397,019.0

4.4%
171,935.0

2.1%
1,981.0

2.3%
1,299.0

2.1%
1,574.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

8.5%
17,121,916.0

8.8%
348,445.0

5.5%
5,046.0

4.9%
2,797.0

4.8%
3,607.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.6%
57,861,283.0

32.1%
1,267,071.0

22.4%
20,681.0

18.3%
10,464.0

19.7%
14,810.0

Some College, No Degree

21.0%
42,350,233.0

22.5%
888,762.0

18.0%
16,649.0

17.0%
9,744.0

17.5%
13,127.0

Associates Degree

7.6%
15,344,048.0

6.7%
265,571.0

6.1%
5,624.0

5.3%
3,045.0

5.6%
4,228.0

Bachelor's Degree

17.7%
35,852,277.0

16.0%
630,556.0

26.1%
24,105.0

29.0%
16,554.0

28.1%
21,097.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

10.5%
21,121,347.0

9.4%
371,388.0

19.8%
18,287.0

23.2%
13,274.0

22.2%
16,657.0

2011
Less Than 9th Grade

6.0%
12,317,606.0

3.9%
157,386.0

2.7%
2,581.0

3.6%
2,125.0

2.8%
2,125.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

8.1%
16,771,699.0

8.5%
340,886.0

4.5%
4,320.0

3.9%
2,331.0

4.0%
3,079.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.4%
58,653,211.0

31.4%
1,260,623.0

19.9%
19,047.0

14.2%
8,456.0

16.1%
12,370.0

Some College, No Degree

21.2%
43,822,166.0

22.9%
918,314.0

19.5%
18,691.0

18.7%
11,124.0

18.6%
14,234.0

Associates Degree

7.8%
16,016,175.0

7.1%
286,363.0

5.7%
5,500.0

5.1%
3,016.0

4.9%
3,738.0

Bachelor's Degree

17.9%
36,915,459.0

16.4%
656,222.0

28.5%
27,356.0

31.3%
18,659.0

31.3%
24,025.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

10.6%
21,975,354.0

9.7%
388,760.0

19.2%
18,436.0

23.2%
13,835.0

22.3%
17,125.0

2006 - 2010
Less Than 9th Grade

6.2%
12,435,227.0

4.7%
182,145.0

2.0%
1,832.0

2.0%
1,115.0

2.0%
1,452.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

8.7%
17,463,256.0

9.2%
358,523.0

6.0%
5,475.0

5.5%
3,042.0

5.3%
3,938.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

29.0%
57,903,353.0

32.6%
1,272,495.0

23.3%
21,176.0

19.6%
10,951.0

20.7%
15,261.0

Some College, No Degree

11.5%
22,994,593.0

11.8%
462,596.0

9.1%
8,259.0

8.1%
4,534.0

8.7%
6,432.0

Associates Degree

7.5%
15,021,920.0

6.6%
255,955.0

5.9%
5,371.0

5.1%
2,844.0

5.5%
4,068.0

Bachelor's Degree

17.6%
35,148,428.0

15.8%
618,502.0

25.0%
22,719.0

27.7%
15,439.0

26.8%
19,777.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

5.7%
11,323,456.0

4.8%
189,001.0

9.5%
8,579.0

11.1%
6,217.0

10.7%
7,915.0

Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Educational Attainment for the Population 25 Years and Over. United States Census [Table B15003]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Educational Attainment. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4839 Educational Attainment Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center. American Community Survey profile S8. Educational Attainment. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Educational Attainment. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4839
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Kindergarten Readiness

Includes measures of Literacy and Numeracy

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YearByColumbia Schools
2020
Kindergarten Literacy

55.5%

Kindergarten Numeracy

62.7%

2019
Kindergarten Literacy

65.1%

Kindergarten Numeracy

68.2%

Suggested citation: Scorecard by Columbia Public Schools. Columbia Public Schools Balanced Scorecard. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Kindergarten Readiness.
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People With Disabilities Receiving Special Education Services by School District

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YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2021
Under 5


10,155.00

162.00

-

16.00

-

18.00

-

5-21

13.5%
115,909.0

10.4%
1,848.0

10.9%
143.0

9.3%
130.0

8.5%
49.0

9.4%
168.0

12.3%
49.0

2020
Under 5


12,606.00

225.00

5.00

21.00

6.00

20.00

6.00

5-21

13.5%
120,032.0

10.2%
1,863.0

11.0%
150.0

9.2%
131.0

11.0%
61.0

9.6%
171.0

13.1%
51.0

2019
Under 5


13,188.00

201.00

-

19.00

15.00

22.00

7.00

5-21

13.5%
118,972.0

10.2%
1,862.0

11.5%
157.0

9.1%
128.0

16.3%
89.0

9.6%
166.0

13.9%
54.0

2018
Under 5

13,120.00


190.00

7.00


21.00


16.00


27.00

-

5-21

13.3%
117,521.0

9.8%
1,740.0

12.3%
168.0

8.7%
121.0

15.9%
84.0

9.4%
156.0

16.0%
67.0

2017
Under 5

12,792.00


184.00

10.00


16.00


14.00


18.00

-

5-21

13.1%
115,792.0

9.7%
1,684.0

10.2%
139.0

8.4%
116.0

15.6%
86.0

8.0%
129.0

16.2%
73.0

2016
Under 5


12,259.0


180.0

-


16.0

-


20.0

-

5-21

12.9%
113,842.0

9.5%
1,636.0

8.5%
114.0

8.8%
118.0

14.8%
79.0

7.1%
114.0

14.2%
65.0

2015
Under 5

2.6%
11,914.0

1.8%
186.0

-

-


16.0

-

-

5-21

12.7%
112,738.0

9.7%
1,673.0

9.1%
126.0

8.4%
111.0

15.1%
81.0

7.8%
120.0

11.8%
52.0

2014
Under 5

2.5%
11,446.0

1.8%
178.0

-


14.0

-

-

-

5-21

12.6%
111,986.0

9.8%
1,690.0

9.1%
128.0

9.0%
120.0

14.7%
78.0

9.2%
140.0

14.0%
64.0

2013
Under 5

2.5%
11,455.0

2.2%
202.0

-


13.0

-

-

-

5-21

12.6%
112,289.0

10.5%
1,792.0

10.2%
141.0

9.2%
128.0

16.1%
89.0

10.2%
153.0

13.2%
60.0

2012
Under 5

2.5%
11,430.0

1.8%
202.0

-


9.0


14.0


22.0

-

5-21

12.8%
113,895.0

11.0%
1,868.0

8.8%
119.0

10.4%
137.0

16.8%
93.0

9.7%
141.0

12.5%
54.0

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Special Education - Child Count by District. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as People with Disabilities Receiving Special Education by School District. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4840
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

Poverty rates by educational attainment for people aged 25 and older.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

24.1%
5,938,811.0

26.1%
97,451.0

24.7%
1,380.0

29.7%
932.0

29.4%
1,219.0

High School Graduate

13.4%
7,742,041.0

13.2%
162,898.0

12.1%
2,651.0

15.4%
1,757.0

13.3%
2,121.0

Some College

10.3%
5,973,583.0

10.2%
117,917.0

12.2%
3,044.0

14.0%
2,063.0

13.1%
2,544.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,122,654.0

4.0%
47,856.0

7.3%
2,860.0

9.2%
2,444.0

8.1%
2,685.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

24.9%
6,341,225.0

27.0%
107,161.0

28.4%
1,598.0

30.7%
958.0

30.7%
1,257.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,858,253.0

13.1%
160,807.0

11.3%
2,518.0

13.7%
1,625.0

11.6%
1,890.0

Some College

9.6%
6,042,361.0

10.5%
121,133.0

12.7%
3,189.0

14.6%
2,092.0

13.8%
2,706.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.3%
3,031,326.0

4.1%
47,781.0

7.9%
3,020.0

10.0%
2,645.0

8.6%
2,815.0

2019
Less Than High School

23.4%
5,769,908.0

27.3%
101,759.0

16.9%
1,107.0

24.4%
858.0

20.1%
932.0

High School Graduate

13.1%
7,703,553.0

13.2%
166,737.0

11.6%
2,498.0

14.2%
1,464.0

12.8%
1,778.0

Some College

10.0%
5,781,713.0

10.4%
120,743.0

16.2%
4,426.0

12.7%
2,015.0

17.6%
3,642.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
3,022,119.0

3.8%
45,390.0

7.8%
2,911.0

11.1%
2,830.0

9.2%
2,911.0

2014 - 2018
Less Than High School

25.8%
6,689,138.0

27.4%
111,816.0

30.7%
1,849.0

31.7%
1,036.0

32.3%
1,457.0

High School Graduate

13.9%
8,017,648.0

13.2%
162,414.0

11.7%
2,547.0

14.8%
1,680.0

12.5%
2,000.0

Some College

10.8%
6,185,182.0

10.7%
123,502.0

11.6%
2,846.0

14.7%
1,985.0

12.8%
2,375.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,019,425.0

10.7%
123,502.0

11.6%
2,846.0

14.7%
1,985.0

12.8%
2,375.0

2018
Less Than High School

24.4%
6,118,210.0

25.9%
98,835.0

40.3%
2,020.0

53.3%
1,661.0

49.8%
1,862.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,881,885.0

13.1%
160,939.0

10.7%
2,109.0

11.9%
1,159.0

11.0%
1,569.0

Some College

10.4%
6,039,126.0

10.2%
118,970.0

13.5%
3,459.0

16.7%
2,327.0

16.0%
3,194.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
3,154,212.0

3.9%
46,930.0

6.4%
2,435.0

6.9%
1,837.0

16.0%
3,194.0

2013 - 2017
Less Than High School

26.4%
6,972,846.0

27.6%
115,689.0

33.3%
2,165.0

36.2%
1,338.0

34.9%
1,703.0

High School Graduate

14.1%
8,130,798.0

13.4%
165,139.0

13.3%
2,834.0

17.5%
1,868.0

15.0%
2,283.0

Some College

11.0%
6,304,087.0

11.0%
127,228.0

12.6%
3,017.0

15.9%
2,033.0

13.9%
2,458.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
2,990,052.0

4.3%
48,676.0

8.2%
2,975.0

10.3%
2,602.0

9.1%
2,837.0

2017
Less Than High School

24.7%
6,325,802.0

26.1%
106,128.0

27.2%
1,580.0

33.6%
1,059.0

29.9%
1,245.0

High School Graduate

13.7%
8,012,143.0

12.8%
158,430.0

10.8%
2,532.0

12.4%
1,629.0

11.0%
1,883.0

Some College

10.4%
6,006,040.0

10.4%
119,611.0

10.7%
2,700.0

16.2%
2,512.0

12.9%
2,549.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,061,501.0

4.0%
46,970.0

8.3%
3,183.0

11.1%
2,849.0

8.7%
2,849.0

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

27.1%
7,246,267.0

28.2%
121,392.0

32.1%
2,005.0

36.2%
1,294.0

35.0%
1,640.0

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,189,960.0

13.8%
169,525.0

13.1%
2,663.0

17.2%
1,676.0

14.7%
2,123.0

Some College

10.4%
6,409,855.0

10.9%
131,502.0

10.7%
2,851.0

12.2%
1,841.0

10.9%
2,236.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,921,427.0

4.3%
48,199.0

6.1%
2,910.0

7.3%
2,557.0

6.6%
2,792.0

2016
Less Than High School

25.4%
6,719,180.0

27.6%
112,575.0

32.4%
1,695.0

46.1%
1,167.0

43.7%
1,605.0

High School Graduate

13.9%
8,033,164.0

12.9%
158,470.0

10.8%
2,382.0

10.5%
1,155.0

8.6%
1,380.0

Some College

10.0%
6,231,962.0

10.0%
123,079.0

11.7%
3,646.0

13.8%
2,540.0

11.8%
2,872.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
3,021,527.0

3.8%
44,745.0

5.2%
2,405.0

6.0%
2,111.0

5.7%
2,340.0

2011 - 2015
Less Than High School

27.5%
7,473,848.0

28.0%
124,392.0

28.7%
1,837.0

29.3%
1,096.0

28.8%
1,368.0

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,202,057.0

13.8%
170,120.0

13.7%
2,713.0

18.6%
1,705.0

15.7%
2,152.0

Some College

10.5%
6,400,208.0

11.0%
132,123.0

10.6%
2,707.0

12.0%
1,698.0

11.0%
2,121.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,841,505.0

4.5%
48,867.0

6.4%
2,996.0

7.6%
2,611.0

6.9%
2,882.0

2015
Less Than High School

26.5%
7,096,032.0

27.0%
116,072.0

26.4%
1,610.0

13.5%
456.0

13.4%
525.0

High School Graduate

14.1%
8,200,404.0

13.5%
166,799.0

14.0%
3,007.0

20.0%
2,433.0

15.4%
2,480.0

Some College

10.2%
6,311,030.0

10.2%
123,690.0

6.8%
1,705.0

8.1%
1,122.0

8.0%
1,558.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,962,974.0

4.6%
52,274.0

8.7%
4,381.0

11.0%
3,888.0

9.4%
4,085.0

2014
Less Than High School

27.8%
7,504,708.0

29.3%
126,001.0

28.1%
1,795.0

27.6%
911.0

29.8%
1,412.0

High School Graduate

14.7%
8,479,243.0

13.8%
171,720.0

12.3%
2,587.0

18.1%
1,760.0

15.5%
2,301.0

Some College

10.6%
6,523,713.0

11.0%
131,907.0

10.2%
2,791.0

11.8%
1,813.0

9.7%
1,982.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
2,982,201.0

4.3%
48,511.0

4.7%
2,100.0

5.4%
1,769.0

5.2%
2,100.0

2013
Less Than High School

27.7%
7,541,384.0

27.7%
119,990.0

40.2%
2,680.0

53.0%
2,470.0

44.6%
2,430.0

High School Graduate

14.6%
8,368,788.0

14.1%
175,274.0

16.9%
3,394.0

22.7%
1,963.0

21.0%
2,944.0

Some College

10.9%
6,642,558.0

12.1%
145,252.0

15.4%
4,218.0

16.5%
2,452.0

17.3%
3,569.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
2,972,533.0

4.6%
50,360.0

7.8%
3,539.0

8.9%
3,103.0

8.6%
3,521.0

2012
Less Than High School

28.0%
7,672,024.0

28.8%
131,947.0

21.1%
1,011.0

24.8%
683.0

27.3%
960.0

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,195,271.0

14.2%
176,495.0

12.7%
2,320.0

17.5%
1,506.0

14.3%
1,852.0

Some College

10.8%
6,493,555.0

11.6%
137,932.0

9.3%
2,354.0

12.4%
1,821.0

9.9%
2,005.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,726,930.0

4.4%
46,123.0

4.8%
2,262.0

5.8%
1,958.0

4.7%
1,958.0

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree or More

-

-

-

-

-

2011
Less Than High School

27.9%
7,784,811.0

26.8%
126,632.0

20.2%
1,359.0

20.2%
867.0

19.6%
987.0

High School Graduate

14.2%
8,113,171.0

13.4%
164,103.0

16.2%
3,025.0

16.3%
1,316.0

14.4%
1,734.0

Some College

10.5%
6,211,352.0

10.7%
126,794.0

10.7%
2,545.0

9.3%
1,284.0

11.1%
1,953.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
2,593,232.0

4.6%
47,552.0

7.1%
3,262.0

8.2%
2,672.0

7.7%
3,175.0

2006 - 2010
Less Than High School

-

25.2%
128,405.0

27.1%
1,926.0

35.8%
1,430.0

32.3%
1,691.0

High School Graduate

-

11.7%
145,570.0

12.4%
2,595.0

16.0%
1,708.0

14.5%
2,179.0

Some College

-

8.7%
95,824.0

9.6%
2,021.0

12.2%
1,441.0

10.8%
1,792.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

-

3.6%
35,195.0

4.5%
1,837.0

5.6%
1,601.0

4.9%
1,773.0

Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Individuals by Educational Attainment. United States Census [Table C17003]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4812
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School Attendance: % Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: Grade 6

Percentage of students with an attendance rate of 90% or above in grade 6.

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YearByColumbia Schools
2021
Total

92.4%

Black

80.3%

White

94.5%

Hispanic

88.7%

2020
Total

85.1%

Black

76.6%

White

89.4%

Hispanic

78.2%

2019
Total

87.0%

Black

78.6%

White

89.3%

Hispanic

86.4%

2018
Total

86.9%

Black

76.3%

White

91.1%

Hispanic

79.6%

2017
Total

88.2%

Black

79.5%

White

91.1%

Hispanic

85.4%

2016
Total

90.8%

Black

85.0%

White

91.8%

Hispanic

83.5%

2015
Total

89.5%

Black

81.0%

White

91.1%

Hispanic

83.1%

2014
Total

89.4%

Black

79.7%

White

89.5%

Hispanic

89.7%

2013
Total

89.4%

Black

78.6%

White

91.3%

Hispanic

85.2%

2012
Total

90.1%

Black

78.3%

White

91.3%

Hispanic

86.6%

Suggested citation: Columbia Public Schools. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as School Attendance: % of Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: Grade 6. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4840
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School Attendance: % Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: Grade 8

Percentage of students with an attendance rate of 90% or above in grade 8.

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YearByColumbia Schools
2021
Total

83.4%

Black

68.9%

White

86.0%

Hispanic

81.2%

2020
Total

80.7%

Black

68.0%

White

85.5%

Hispanic

74.4%

2019
Total

83.1%

Black

70.3%

White

87.6%

Hispanic

79.7%

2018
Total

84.0%

Black

73.6%

White

88.5%

Hispanic

75.5%

2017
Total

85.2%

Black

79.0%

White

86.1%

Hispanic

86.4%

2016
Total

87.8%

Black

80.1%

White

89.0%

Hispanic

81.0%

2015
Total

86.9%

Black

77.5%

White

86.9%

Hispanic

80.5%

2014
Total

87.4%

Black

76.0%

White

88.0%

Hispanic

87.7%

2013
Total

87.0%

Black

78.2%

White

88.1%

Hispanic

81.4%

2012
Total

86.3%

Black

78.0%

White

86.6%

Hispanic

79.6%

Suggested citation: Columbia Public Schools. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as School Attendance: % of Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: Grade 8. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4840
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Students At Risk for School Disengagement (Student Rated)

This scale measures student disconnection and detachment from school. A sample item is “I do not enjoy coming to school.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

15.6%

15.7%

Black

19.2%

20.3%

White

14.8%

15.0%

2018
Total

18.2%

17.1%

Black

22.5%

18.1%

White

17.0%

16.9%

2017
Total

17.1%

17.8%

Black

20.2%

26.2%

White

16.7%

17.6%

2016
Total

-

-

Black

-

-

White

-

-

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At Risk for School Disengagement (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4915
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Students At-Risk for Attention and Academic Issues (Student Rated)

This scale measures student problems with attention and academics. A sample item is “I have trouble finishing my work.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

18.4%

14.2%

Black

24.7%

21.9%

White

16.7%

13.6%

2018
Total

22.3%

15.5%

Black

31.8%

24.8%

White

19.7%

15.2%

2017
Total

20.0%

15.5%

Black

28.3%

24.3%

White

18.0%

15.3%

2016
Total

16.9%

14.7%

Black

22.5%

19.6%

White

15.2%

14.7%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Attention and Academic Issues (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4913
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Students At-Risk for Attention and Academic Issues (Teacher Rated)

This scale measures student problems with attention and academics. A sample item is “Does not complete assignments.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

17.6%

11.6%

Black

33.2%

18.9%

White

12.9%

11.4%

2018
Total

17.8%

12.1%

Black

33.4%

21.2%

White

13.5%

11.5%

2017
Total

18.8%

14.6%

Black

35.8%

23.9%

White

13.8%

14.2%

2016
Total

19.2%

15.9%

Black

37.4%

26.7%

White

14.4%

15.8%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Attention and Academic Issues (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4918
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Students At-Risk for Being Mean to Others (Student Rated)

This scale measures tendencies to be unkind to others. A sample item is “I am mean to others.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

14.5%

12.2%

Black

23.3%

15.6%

White

11.5%

11.7%

2018
Total

17.9%

15.9%

Black

27.5%

21.9%

White

14.9%

15.5%

2017
Total

18.0%

16.2%

Black

27.1%

27.1%

White

14.8%

16.0%

2016
Total

19.2%

18.0%

Black

27.6%

0.0%

White

16.5%

18.0%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Being Mean to Others (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4916
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Students At-Risk for Being Mean to Others (Teacher Rated)

This scale measures tendencies to be unkind to others. A sample item is “Spreads rumors about other students.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

8.6%

8.9%

Black

17.3%

7.8%

White

5.8%

6.7%

2018
Total

9.8%

6.1%

Black

20.0%

9.7%

White

7.0%

6.0%

2017
Total

10.2%

7.9%

Black

21.5%

14.8%

White

7.4%

7.7%

2016
Total

11.3%

10.2%

Black

23.7%

23.7%

White

7.9%

10.0%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Being Mean to Others (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4919
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Students At-Risk for Bullying (Student Rated)

This indicator is measured by a single item: “I am bullied by others.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

4.5%

4.4%

Black

6.7%

6.3%

White

3.8%

4.3%

2018
Total

5.7%

3.9%

Black

7.6%

3.8%

White

5.2%

3.8%

2017
Total

3.9%

11.1%

Black

4.9%

71.0%

White

3.7%

8.4%

2016
Total

7.4%

5.8%

Black

9.8%

10.9%

White

6.7%

5.9%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Bullying (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4924
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Students At-Risk for Bullying (Teacher Rated)

This indicator is measured by a single item rated by teachers: Is the student bullied? Yes/no. Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

1.7%

0.8%

Black

2.3%

1.1%

White

1.5%

0.8%

2018
Total

2.2%

0.8%

Black

3.2%

0.0%

White

2.1%

0.8%

2017
Total

2.5%

0.8%

Black

3.3%

1.3%

White

2.2%

0.8%

2016
Total

3.4%

1.8%

Black

5.3%

2.7%

White

2.9%

1.8%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Bullying (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4925
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Students At-Risk for Emotion Regulation Issues (Student Rated)

This scale measures student inability to regulate negative emotions. A sample item is “I have a hard time controlling my temper.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

14.7%

10.1%

Black

27.2%

15.6%

White

11.1%

9.6%

2018
Total

14.7%

10.1%

Black

27.7%

13.3%

White

10.9%

10.0%

2017
Total

14.0%

11.9%

Black

27.3%

28.0%

White

10.5%

11.2%

2016
Total

15.8%

13.1%

Black

28.4%

27.2%

White

12.3%

12.6%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Emotion Regulation Issues (Student Rated) http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4914
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Students At-Risk for Emotion Regulation Issues (Teacher Rated)

This scale measures student inability to regulate negative emotions. A sample item is “Is easily irritated.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

11.6%

6.7%

Black

23.4%

10.0%

White

8.2%

6.8%

2018
Total

11.7%

6.0%

Black

23.7%

12.1%

White

8.6%

5.6%

2017
Total

12.2%

7.1%

Black

25.1%

9.7%

White

8.8%

8.8%

2016
Total

12.7%

8.8%

Black

26.0%

21.2%

White

9.4%

8.5%

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Students At-risk for Externalizing Behavior Issues (Student Rated)

This scale measures externalizing behaviors—students’ outward behaviors in which they act negatively on the external environment. A sample item is “I disrupt class.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

14.6%

12.3%

Black

27.8%

26.6%

White

10.9%

12.1%

2018
Total

17.7%

15.3%

Black

34.9%

25.7%

White

12.7%

15.0%

2017
Total

16.9%

15.3%

Black

33.3%

20.6%

White

12.4%

15.1%

2016
Total

16.5%

15.7%

Black

31.4%

27.2%

White

12.7%

15.7%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-risk for Externalizing Behavior Issues (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4912
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Students At-risk for Externalizing Behavior Issues (Teacher Rated)

This scale measures externalizing behaviors—students’ outward behaviors in which they act negatively on the external environment. A sample item is “Is physically aggressive.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

11.2%

6.7%

Black

23.4%

6.7%

White

7.4%

6.8%

2018
Total

11.1%

6.3%

Black

24.4%

12.7%

White

7.5%

5.8%

2017
Total

11.7%

7.5%

Black

26.4%

15.5%

White

7.9%

7.2%

2016
Total

11.9%

9.4%

Black

27.2%

20.5%

White

8.0%

8.0%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-risk for Externalizing Behavior Issues (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4921
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Students At-Risk for Internalizing Behavior Issues (Student Rated)

This scale measures internalizing behaviors—students’ negative thoughts about their emotions that are mostly expressed internally (within the individual). A sample item is “In the past month I felt like I did not matter.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

14.5%

12.4%

Black

13.3%

12.5%

White

14.9%

11.5%

2018
Total

15.3%

12.8%

Black

14.6%

16.2%

White

15.6%

12.7%

2017
Total

14.5%

12.6%

Black

14.6%

16.8%

White

14.1%

12.3%

2016
Total

15.9%

14.3%

Black

15.9%

17.4%

White

15.5%

14.2%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Internalizing Behavior Issues (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4911
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Students At-Risk for Internalizing Behavior Issues (Teacher Rated)

This scale measures internalizing behaviors—students’ negative thoughts about their emotions that are mostly expressed internally (within the individual). A sample item is “Poor self-esteem.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

9.9%

7.8%

Black

13.7%

5.6%

White

9.0%

8.0%

2018
Total

10.9%

7.4%

Black

14.8%

10.9%

White

10.1%

7.1%

2017
Total

11.1%

9.0%

Black

9.0%

12.9%

White

9.8%

15.1%

2016
Total

12.1%

10.4%

Black

16.2%

19.9%

White

11.1%

10.3%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Internalizing Behavior Issues (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4922
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Students At-Risk for Peer Relation Problems (Student Rated)

This scale measures student relationship issues with peers. A sample item is “I do not cooperate with others.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

15.3%

12.1%

Black

22.6%

10.9%

White

12.7%

11.2%

2018
Total

15.4%

12.9%

Black

22.9%

21.0%

White

12.9%

12.7%

2017
Total

15.5%

12.7%

Black

21.9%

20.6%

White

13.3%

12.3%

2016
Total

12.6%

28.8%

Black

24.5%

17.4%

White

15.5%

13.6%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Peer Relation Problems (Student Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4910
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Students At-Risk for Peer Relation Problems (Teacher Rated)

This scales measures student relationship issues with peers. A sample item is “I do not cooperate with others.” Percent of students scoring one standard deviation above the mean on the scale. Data are collected through a universal screening using both teacher (K-12) and student report (3-12), occurring three times per year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2019
Total

9.5%

6.2%

Black

15.4%

6.7%

White

8.0%

6.3%

2018
Total

10.4%

5.8%

Black

17.3%

7.9%

White

8.8%

5.6%

2017
Total

11.0%

7.4%

Black

18.7%

12.9%

White

9.1%

7.2%

2016
Total

11.5%

9.7%

Black

19.4%

15.8%

White

9.5%

9.7%

Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-Risk for Peer Relation Problems (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4923
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High School Graduation Rate by School District (Adjusted 4 Year)

The adjusted 4-year high school graduation rate is the percentage of students grades 9-12 enrolled in public schools that graduated within four years. The adjusment accounts for transfers in and out of a school district.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2020
Total

90.0%

97.5%

94.1%

92.1%

92.9%

93.8%

Black

79.2%

-

100.0%

-

100.0%

100.0%

White

93.5%

97.4%

94.6%

94.4%

93.1%

92.9%

Hispanic

90.1%

-

66.7%

-

100.0%

-

2019
Total

89.0%

93.6%

89.3%

95.4%

94.7%

100.0%

Black

79.7%

-

100.0%

-

100.0%

-

White

91.9%

93.2%

87.5%

97.6%

95.0%

100.0%

Hispanic

87.5%

100.0%

100.0%

-

100.0%

100.0%

2018
Total

88.4%

93.3%

98.0%

100.0%

92.4%

-

Black

80.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

90.4%

92.8%

97.8%

100.0%

92.5%

-

Hispanic

86.4%

-

-

-

-

-

2017
Total

90.0%

91.9%

97.5%

100.0%

93.3%

94.1%

Black

80.7%

-

-

-

-

-

White

93.3%

92.4%

98.6%

100.0%

92.9%

94.1%

Hispanic

82.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2016
Total

90.2%

90.6%

94.1%

94.1%

97.0%

92.7%

Black

80.9%

-

-

-

-

-

White

93.0%

91.4%

95.8%

93.9%

96.9%

91.9%

Hispanic

90.4%

-

-

-

-

-

2015
Total

90.2%

94.9%

98.9%

97.4%

96.3%

97.2%

Black

79.8%

-

-

-

-

-

White

93.2%

94.7%

98.8%

97.2%

95.9%

97.1%

Hispanic

92.7%

-

-

-

-

-

2014
Total

90.1%

92.9%

92.6%

86.7%

97.5%

97.2%

Black

81.0%

-

-

-

-

-

White

92.9%

92.7%

92.2%

85.0%

98.2%

97.2%

Hispanic

83.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2013
Total

85.7%

90.3%

93.8%

88.6%

91.6%

92.3%

Black

73.0%

-

-

-

-

-

White

89.5%

90.3%

93.6%

88.6%

91.4%

92.3%

Hispanic

80.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2012
Total

84.8%

91.7%

90.7%

87.8%

91.8%

96.6%

Black

67.7%

-

-

-

-

-

White

89.9%

91.7%

91.0%

86.8%

92.5%

96.6%

Hispanic

85.7%

-

-

-

-

-

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as High School Graduation by School District. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4848
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High School Graduates Scoring Above National Average on ACT by School District

Percentage of high school graduates who scored above the national average on the ACT. This data is listed by school district.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2020
Total

47.7%
582.0

29.2%
35.0

38.9%
37.0

44.4%
16.0

47.2%
50.0

25.0%
7.0

2019
Total

45.8%
543.0

43.3%
45.0

34.2%
26.0

25.0%
10.0

40.0%
50.0

27.3%
12.0

2018
Total

49.4%
629.0

42.7%
38.0

37.1%
36.0

23.3%
10.0

44.6%
50.0

-

2017
Total

43.2%
494.0

33.7%
31.0

27.5%
22.0

40.5%
17.0

51.8%
58.0

35.3%
12.0

2016
Total

47.9%
581.0

36.2%
34.0

39.1%
36.0

27.3%
9.0

56.4%
75.0

32.4%
12.0

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Secondary Education. District ACT. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as High School Graduates Scoring Above National Average on ACT by School District. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4831
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Graduates Completing FAFSA by February 24 of Their High School Graduation Year

Percentage of high school graduates who completed the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by Februrary 24 of their graduation year.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2021
Total

41.0%

49.0%

48.0%

38.0%

46.0%

47.0%

2020
Total

27.6%1

21.0%

-

16.0%

27.0%

-

2019
Total

31.1%2

16.0%

26.0%

21.0%

27.0%

32.0%

2018
Total

51.2%

51.0%

55.0%

43.0%

49.0%

55.0%

2017
Total

42.0%

47.0%

42.0%

52.0%

57.0%

62.0%

2016
Total

27.0%

22.0%

20.0%

20.0%

27.0%

20.0%

Suggested citation: Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development. Missouri FAFSA Completion Project. Cited in Boone Indicators dashboard as Graduates Completing FAFSA by Feb. 24 of their Graduation Year. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4847
1 - Does not include all 4 high schools.
2 - Does not include all 4 high schools.
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High School Graduates Entering 2-Year College, 4-Year College, or Employment by School District

Percent of high school graduates who are entering a 2- or 4-year college or who have obtained employment. This indicator is used to represent college and career readiness. Data is available by school district.

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YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2020
2-Year College

25.2%

18.2%

26.0%

22.4%

35.0%

22.4%

40.9%

4-Year College

36.2%

48.9%

37.5%

32.9%

25.0%

42.2%

18.2%

Employment

24.7%

16.7%

24.0%

10.5%

32.5%

20.0%

34.1%

Military

3.2%

1.5%

1.9%

5.3%

2.5%

10.4%

2.3%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

2.0%

1.9%

7.9%

0.0%

2.4%

4.5%

2019
2-Year College

26.1%

22.2%

22.2%

31.6%

37.2%

13.4%

25.8%

4-Year College

38.1%

54.4%

32.2%

39.8%

18.6%

45.5%

25.8%

Employment

23.6%

10.4%

21.1%

22.4%

37.2%

24.1%

38.7%

Military

2.9%

1.6%

5.6%

1.0%

0.0%

3.6%

9.7%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

1.2%

8.9%

2.0%

2.3%

8.9%

0.0%

2018
2-Year College

26.6%

23.1%

25.0%

26.3%

33.3%

18.6%

29.4%

4-Year College

38.0%

49.7%

37.0%

33.8%

31.0%

54.0%

32.4%

Employment

23.3%

15.4%

22.8%

32.5%

28.6%

22.1%

32.4%

Military

3.1%

1.9%

2.2%

2.5%

2.4%

1.8%

0.0%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.1%

1.4%

2.2%

2.5%

4.8%

2.7%

2.9%

2017
2-Year College

26.7%

20.0%

22.7%

26.1%

39.4%

23.3%

32.4%

4-Year College

38.1%

46.2%

38.1%

29.3%

27.3%

49.6%

35.1%

Employment

22.8%

14.1%

21.6%

33.7%

30.3%

9.0%

29.7%

Military

3.1%

0.8%

4.1%

3.3%

0.0%

3.8%

2.7%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

2.6%

4.1%

2.2%

0.0%

6.0%

0.0%

2016
2-Year College

26.7%

20.1%

29.2%

23.1%

15.4%

31.4%

45.9%

Black

-

19.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

20.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

33.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

21.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

18.3%

-

-

-

-

-

4-Year College

37.1%

48.0%

38.1%

38.5%

41.0%

42.9%

19.4%

Black

-

27.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

54.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

33.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

49.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

46.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Employment

-

12.0%

22.1%

20.9%

30.8%

16.2%

19.4%

Black

-

19.8%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

9.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

10.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

14.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Military

3.2%

0.7%

3.6%

4.4%

7.7%

3.8%

0.0%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

2.4%

4.5%

5.6%

2.6%

0.0%

2.8%

2015
2-Year College

28.3%

23.8%

33.7%

35.9%

-

28.2%

54.3%

Black

-

32.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

21.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

33.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

24.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

23.6%

-

-

-

-

-

4-Year College

36.4%

51.5%

37.9%

28.2%

30.0%

40.2%

-

Black

-

25.8%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

59.5%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

35.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

57.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

45.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Employment

-

11.4%

14.7%

21.4%

40.0%

23.9%

-

Black

-

16.1%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

10.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

8.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

14.7%

-

-

-

-

-

2014
2-Year College

29.2%

26.5%

31.3%

34.8%

34.1%

26.1%

50.0%

Black

-

31.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

25.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

34.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

27.7%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

25.5%

-

-

-

-

-

4-Year College

35.5%

47.9%

28.3%

32.1%

29.3%

45.2%

-

Black

-

30.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

51.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

43.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

52.7%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

43.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Employment

-

12.6%

27.3%

17.0%

26.8%

15.7%

-

Black

-

17.9%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

12.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

8.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

15.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2013
2-Year College

30.2%

25.2%

35.9%

34.6%

29.7%

35.0%

62.1%

Black

-

30.1%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

23.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

31.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

28.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

21.6%

-

-

-

-

-

4-Year College

35.8%

48.7%

37.9%

33.3%

-

34.0%

-

Black

-

24.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

54.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

37.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

51.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

46.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Employment

-

12.6%

14.6%

-

35.1%

15.5%

-

Black

-

18.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

10.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

19.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

11.7%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

13.5%

-

-

-

-

-

2012
2-Year College

31.5%

21.9%

25.6%

33.0%

43.2%

32.1%

53.6%

Black

-

29.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

19.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

25.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

19.0%

-

-

-

-

-

4-Year College

35.9%

48.3%

36.0%

24.0%

-

34.9%

-

Black

-

21.1%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

55.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

-

33.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

47.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

49.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Employment

-

11.7%

23.3%

20.0%

31.8%

24.8%

-

Black

-

20.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

10.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Female

-

10.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Male

-

12.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. District Graduate Follow-up. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Where High School Graduates Go. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4764
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School Attendance: % Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: K-12

Percentage of students with an attendance rate of 90% or above, all grades.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2019
Total

84.8%

93.1%

91.7%

91.1%

91.9%

91.4%

2018
Total

85.4%

91.2%

90.8%

89.4%

92.4%

94.8%

2017
Total

86.9%

93.8%

91.1%

89.2%

93.0%

92.9%

2016
Total

88.3%

95.1%

92.3%

92.3%

94.0%

94.8%

2015
Total

87.0%

93.5%

92.0%

90.2%

93.2%

95.5%

2014
Total

88.2%

93.4%

91.4%

92.1%

93.4%

95.0%

2013
Total

87.1%

91.0%

89.5%

89.7%

91.6%

91.5%

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. District Report Card. Cited in the Boone Indicators dashboard as School Attendance: % of Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: K-12. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4846
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Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced in English Language Arts MAP: Grade 3

Percentage of students in Grade 3 who scored proficient of above on the Language Arts section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2019
Total

43.1%

63.8%

53.5%

48.7%

57.7%

45.7%

2018
Total

45.1%

48.2%

56.2%

60.0%

56.6%

53.9%

2017
Total

55.2%

69.3%

74.5%

61.6%

78.0%

59.3%

Black

25.8%

-

-

-

-

-

White

67.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

40.4%

-

-

-

-

-

2016
Total

59.5%

71.1%

67.6%

58.8%

78.3%

39.5%

Black

29.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

70.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

40.6%

-

-

-

-

-

2015
Total

52.3%

63.0%

69.9%

63.0%

64.2%

68.4%

Black

19.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

62.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

37.5%

-

-

-

-

-

2014
Total

41.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

13.9%

-

-

-

-

-

White

51.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

30.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2013
Total

48.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

14.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

61.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

30.4%

-

-

-

-

-

2012
Total

46.5%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

16.0%

-

-

-

-

-

White

56.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

35.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. State of Missouri Report Card – Missouri Comprehensive Data Center. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced on English Language Arts MAP: Grade 3.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4845
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Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced in English Language Arts MAP: Grade 6

Percentage of students in Grade 6 who scored proficient of above on the Language Arts section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2019
Total

47.9%

54.1%

45.6%

21.6%

37.1%

52.7%

2018
Total

46.4%

58.8%

58.0%

35.0%

43.9%

36.9%

2017
Total

56.0%

55.7%

60.7%

38.9%

55.3%

73.5%

Black

23.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

68.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

32.6%

-

-

-

-

-

2016
Total

53.2%

59.1%

58.4%

45.5%

55.8%

58.8%

Black

15.7%

-

-

-

-

-

White

66.9%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

34.3%

-

-

-

-

-

2015
Total

53.6%

70.7%

59.6%

53.5%

66.7%

64.5%

Black

18.0%

-

-

-

-

-

White

65.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

37.1%

-

-

-

-

-

2014
Total

46.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

15.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

57.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

30.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2013
Total

50.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

18.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

61.5%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

32.3%

-

-

-

-

-

2012
Total

49.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

18.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

60.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

28.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. State of Missouri Report Card – Missouri Comprehensive Data Center. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced on English Language Arts MAP: Grade 6. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4844
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Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced in Math MAP: Grade 6

Percentage of students in Grade 6 who scored proficient of above on the Math section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level.

Bolded values indicate margins of error, hover over them to view in detail.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2019
Total

47.4%

49.2%

52.0%

23.6%

40.0%

44.8%

2018
Total

42.9%

55.5%

43.8%

25.0%

37.5%

34.3%

2017
Total

43.4%

42.4%

45.5%

18.5%

44.8%

52.9%

Black

13.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

55.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

21.7%

-

-

-

-

-

2016
Total

41.1%

40.0%

40.6%

30.3%

23.9%

26.5%

Black

9.7%

-

-

-

-

-

White

52.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

21.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2015
Total

38.4%

52.6%

37.7%

20.9%

30.2%

38.7%

Black

9.7%

-

-

-

-

-

White

47.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

24.3%

-

-

-

-

-

2014
Total

54.7%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

24.8%

-

-

-

-

-

White

65.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

40.3%

-

-

-

-

-

2013
Total

51.3%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

17.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

61.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

38.5%

-

-

-

-

-

2012
Total

51.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Black

19.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

61.8%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

23.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. State of Missouri Report Card – Missouri Comprehensive Data Center. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced in Math MAP: Grade 6. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4843
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School District Discipline Incidents, K-12

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2020
Total

0.4%
67.0

0.4%
6.0

0.6%
8.0

0.2%
1.0

0.3%
6.0

1.3%
5.0

2019
Total

0.6%
106.0

0.1%
2.0

0.2%
3.0

0.2%
1.0

0.3%
5.0

0.8%
3.0

2018
Total

0.3%
50.0

0.5%
7.0

0.3%
4.0

0.8%
4.0

0.7%
12.0

0.2%
1.0

2017
Total

0.3%
50.0

0.3%
4.0

0.7%
10.0

0.5%
3.0

0.2%
3.0

0.2%
1.0

2016
Total

0.4%
64.0

0.1%
1.0

1.6%
21.0

0.6%
3.0

0.4%
6.0

0.7%
3.0

2015
Total

0.3%
57.0

0.1%
2.0

0.4%
5.0

1.1%
6.0

0.3%
4.0

0.5%
2.0

2014
Total

0.3%
44.0

0.5%
7.0

0.5%
7.0

0.2%
1.0

0.5%
7.0

0.7%
3.0

2013
Total

0.8%
133.0

0.5%
7.0

0.8%
11.0

0.4%
2.0

2.2%
33.0

0.9%
4.0

2012
Total

0.8%
139.0

0.4%
5.0

0.4%
5.0

0.4%
2.0

1.8%
27.0

0.2%
1.0

2011
Total

1.3%
211.0

0.8%
11.0

1.4%
18.0

1.6%
9.0

1.3%
19.0

1.2%
5.0

2010
Total

1.5%
258.0

0.3%
4.0

0.7%
9.0

0.7%
4.0

1.2%
17.0

0.2%
1.0

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. District Discipline Incidents. Cited in the Boone Indicators dashboard as School District Discipline Incidents, K-12. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4827
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Students per Teacher Ratio, K-12 by School District

Ratio of students per teacher for grades K-12. Data is available by school district.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2020
Total

17.00

18.00

17.00

16.00

16.00

13.00

2019
Total

16.00

18.00

18.00

16.00

17.00

12.00

2018
Total

17.00

17.00

17.00

15.00

17.00

13.00

2017
Total

17.00

18.00

18.00

17.00

18.00

14.00

2016
Total

13.00

14.00

14.00

12.00

14.00

12.00

2015
Total

13.00

14.00

14.00

12.00

14.00

12.00

2014
Total

13.00

14.00

14.00

12.00

14.00

12.00

2013
Total

13.00

14.00

15.00

14.00

14.00

11.00

2012
Total

13.00

14.00

15.00

14.00

14.00

11.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. District Report Card. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Students per Teacher Ratio, K-12 by School District. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4765
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