Boone Indicators Dashboard

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Populations

Children, Youth, and Families

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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents housing cost burden for renters. The total household figure (denominator) has been adjusted to remove households with missing values.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2015
Total

33.3%
38,099,091

27.7%
634,911

31.4%
20,590

35.6%
15,533

33.8%
18,374

Rent

50.6%

45.8%

52.7%

55.6%

54.0%

Mortgage

23.9%

19.1%

16.3%

12.9%

15.5%

2014
Total

34.4%
39,042,346

29.4%
666,462

31.0%
20,172

35.7%
15,534

32.9%
17,823

Rent

51.8%

48.1%

52.1%

55.5%

53.8%

Mortgage

25.0%

20.9%

15.1%

15.3%

14.5%

2013
Total

34.6%
38,908,384

29.7%
678,918

34.5%
22,200

39.5%
17,394

37.9%
20,637

Rent

51.5%

48.9%

54.4%

57.8%

57.3%

Mortgage

25.5%

21.0%

18.5%

21.0%

19.8%

2012
Total

35.9%
40,279,587

31.1%
708,669

35.7%
22,915

40.4%
17,417

38.3%
20,665

Rent

52.0%

50.9%

59.7%

61.3%

60.3%

Mortgage

27.4%

22.3%

18.1%

18.7%

18.7%

2011
Total

37.8%
42,067,297

31.7%
718,706

31.7%
19,367

32.8%
13,084

32.7%
16,412

Rent

53.4%

49.8%

53.6%

49.8%

51.7%

Mortgage

29.9%

24.0%

15.5%

13.6%

15.9%

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.1 of 61
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Non-Adjusted)

This indicator represents housing cost burden for renters. The total household figure (denominator) includes all households, including those for which the housing cost burden is unknown. An adjusted figure is available which excludes households with missing values.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

32.4%
37,241,233

26.2%
602,118

29.2%
19,397

32.5%
15,079

31.3%
17,530

Rent

49.7%
20,219,064

43.7%
323,228

47.2%
14,604

49.7%
12,408

48.3%
13,750

Mortgage

22.9%
17,022,169

17.9%
278,890

13.5%
4,793

12.5%
2,671

13.8%
3,780

2015
Total

32.9%
38,099,091

27.3%
634,911

30.1%
20,590

33.9%
15,533

32.4%
18,374

Rent

46.8%
20,443,630

41.9%
337,080

46.9%
14,348

50.0%
12,891

48.9%
13,946

Mortgage

23.7%
17,655,461

19.0%
297,831

16.2%
6,242

12.8%
2,642

15.4%
4,428

2014
Total

34.0%
39,042,346

28.9%
666,462

30.4%
20,172

34.7%
15,534

32.1%
17,823

Rent

47.9%
20,707,829

43.6%
339,817

48.8%
14,582

51.5%
12,269

50.2%
13,617

Mortgage

24.8%
18,334,517

20.7%
326,645

15.0%
5,590

15.1%
3,265

14.4%
4,206

2013
Total

34.1%
38,908,384

29.4%
678,918

33.4%
22,200

38.2%
17,394

36.6%
20,637

Rent

47.6%
20,221,192

44.7%
348,496

49.1%
15,571

52.1%
12,793

51.6%
15,031

Mortgage

25.3%
18,687,192

20.9%
330,422

18.4%
6,629

20.9%
4,601

19.7%
5,606

2012
Total

35.4%
40,279,587

30.7%
708,669

35.2%
22,915

39.8%
17,417

37.7%
20,665

Rent

48.1%
20,119,094

46.4%
356,156

55.5%
16,175

57.2%
13,476

56.1%
15,333

Mortgage

27.2%
20,160,493

22.1%
352,513

18.1%
6,740

18.7%
3,941

18.7%
5,332

2011
Total

37.3%
42,067,297

31.4%
718,706

31.2%
19,367

32.1%
13,084

32.1%
16,412

Rent

49.3%
20,074,259

45.4%
339,289

49.2%
13,906

46.4%
10,530

47.5%
12,184

Mortgage

29.6%
21,993,038

23.8%
379,417

15.5%
5,461

13.6%
2,554

15.9%
4,228

2012 - 2016
Total

34.0%
38,719,430

28.7%
658,995

32.4%
21,074

37.1%
16,363

34.9%
19,075

Rent

51.1%
20,246,745

47.4%
341,578

53.3%
15,040

56.8%
12,782

54.9%
14,294

Mortgage

24.9%
18,472,685

20.2%
317,417

16.4%
6,034

16.6%
3,581

16.7%
4,781

2007 - 2011
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.2 of 61
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Child Poverty Rate

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
0-5

21.2%
4,948,828

22.2%
96,675

16.5%
1,961

17.9%
1,406

15.0%
1,462

Under 18

19.5%
14,115,713

19.2%
261,353

16.9%
5,992

14.6%
3,190

13.8%
3,844

2015
0-5

22.8%
5,331,428

22.8%
100,296

16.6%
2,008

-

-

Under 18

20.7%
15,000,273

20.2%
275,711

10.4%
3,718

15.4%
3,304

12.7%
3,597

2014
0-5

23.9%
5,593,119

24.7%
107,146

24.3%
3,114

21.0%
1,739

24.2%
2,471

Under 18

21.7%
15,686,012

21.1%
287,081

19.1%
6,704

18.8%
4,080

19.6%
5,466

2013
0-5

24.8%
5,828,542

25.5%
113,168

21.3%
2,668

28.9%
2,249

26.9%
2,593

Under 18

22.2%
16,086,960

22.2%
304,178

17.5%
5,919

25.9%
4,931

21.7%
5,678

2012
0-5

25.5%
6,052,083

27.0%
119,940

17.6%
2,161

22.4%
1,982

18.9%
2,030

Under 18

22.6%
16,396,863

22.6%
310,229

13.6%
4,578

15.5%
3,213

12.1%
3,420

2011
0-5

25.6%
6,090,017

26.3%
120,227

23.6%
2,637

22.9%
1,666

24.0%
2,284

Under 18

22.5%
16,386,500

22.1%
306,038

21.6%
7,359

19.9%
3,977

20.4%
5,581

2012 - 2016
0-5

23.5%
5,535,200

24.5%
107,892

18.6%
2,275

20.9%
1,688

20.0%
1,999

Under 18

21.2%
15,335,783

21.1%
287,147

15.4%
5,383

15.9%
3,382

15.4%
4,337

2007 - 2011
0-5

-

-

-

-

-

Under 18

20.0%
14,550,805

20.0%
278,608

17.8%
5,898

16.3%
3,209

17.9%
4,867

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.3 of 61
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Childcare Licensed Capacity

Capacity of licences child care programs.

YearByBoone County
2015
Centers

3,628.0

Family Child Care Programs

765.0

Data Source: DSS - The Missouri Department of Social Services publishes annual reports on a number of topics of interest to local organizations, including statistics on child abuse and neglect (https://dss.mo.gov/re/canar.htm), information on SNAP/Food Stamps and other social programs (https://dss.mo.gov/re/fsdar.htm), and county level quick facts (https://dss.mo.gov/mis/cqfacts/).4 of 61
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Families in Poverty

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Black

20.0%
1,774,817

20.2%
31,875

-

-

-

White

7.8%
4,643,582

8.1%
105,541

-

-

-

2015
Total

10.6%
8,233,009

10.2%
155,080

-

-

-

Black

21.6%
1,908,648

23.8%
38,088

-

-

-

White

8.3%
4,929,120

8.2%
105,490

-

-

-

2014
Total

11.3%
8,738,311

10.7%
161,317

-

-

-

Black

23.0%
2,029,218

23.6%
35,287

-

-

-

White

8.8%
5,228,317

8.9%
115,465

-

-

-

2013
Total

11.6%
8,905,145

11.5%
175,804

-

-

-

Black

23.6%
2,073,551

24.8%
38,281

-

-

-

White

9.0%
5,352,541

9.7%
126,641

-

-

-

2012
Total

11.8%
9,054,116

11.7%
177,919

-

-

-

Black

24.2%
2,121,206

28.1%
42,831

-

-

-

White

9.1%
5,407,415

9.4%
122,598

-

-

-

2011
Total

11.7%
8,939,247

11.5%
176,069

-

-

-

Black

24.1%
2,101,429

25.3%
39,013

-

-

-

White

9.0%
5,329,988

9.4%
124,572

-

-

-

2012 - 2016
Black

22.3%
1,979,439

24.3%
37,886

25.8%
744

28.8%
632

25.9%
744

White

8.6%
5,109,453

8.8%
115,670

6.5%
2,133

7.2%
1,348

6.5%
1,634

2007 - 2011
Black

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.5 of 61
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Family Households with Children in Poverty

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2015
Total

17.0%
5,612,612

16.7%
105,746

9.4%
1,648

14.3%
1,459

11.6%
1,571

2014
Total

18.0%
5,947,239

17.4%
110,098

16.4%
3,067

17.5%
2,104

17.1%
2,626

2013
Total

18.4%
6,130,065

18.6%
119,853

15.8%
2,646

20.4%
1,995

18.7%
2,495

2012
Total

18.7%
6,291,120

19.2%
123,246

12.2%
1,963

14.9%
1,492

12.2%
1,620

2011
Total

18.5%
6,258,018

18.8%
125,169

18.3%
3,334

15.6%
1,732

15.8%
2,352

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.6 of 61
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Gini Index of Income Inequality

The Gini Index is a measure of income inequality ranging from 0 to 1. A value of 0 represents perfect income equality (everyone has the same income); a value of 1 represents complete inequality (one person has all the income and others have none).

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

.482

.465

.471

.496

.480

2015
Total

.482

.463

.479

.526

.495

2014
Total

.480

.463

.465

.484

.480

2013
Total

.481

.461

.491

.528

.516

2012
Total

.476

.461

.516

.531

.536

2011
Total

.475

.461

.469

.486

.480

2012 - 2016
Total

.480

.463

.484

.516

.501

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.7 of 61
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Households Without a Vehicle

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

8.7%
10,364,975

7.0%
164,913

4.7%
3,267

5.5%
2,626

4.7%
2,715

2015
Total

8.9%
10,568,856

7.1%
168,463

7.1%
4,896

9.0%
4,167

7.4%
4,227

2014
Total

9.1%
10,674,576

7.3%
170,878

6.2%
4,174

8.2%
3,708

7.3%
4,094

2013
Total

9.1%
10,574,080

7.2%
168,952

6.1%
4,162

8.4%
3,899

7.0%
4,030

2012
Total

9.2%
10,689,431

7.8%
183,165

4.7%
3,093

6.1%
2,733

5.0%
2,768

2011
Total

9.3%
10,680,756

7.5%
175,528

5.4%
3,454

7.6%
3,154

6.4%
3,346

2012 - 2016
Total

9.0%
10,562,847

7.3%
172,972

6.0%
4,037

7.6%
3,528

6.5%
3,693

2007 - 2011
Total

8.9%
10,264,658

7.1%
167,559

5.9%
3,786

7.7%
3,260

6.7%
3,613

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.8 of 61
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Individuals in Poverty

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

14.0%

14.0%

17.5%

19.7%

18.2%

Black

23.9%
9,366,792

24.8%
166,964

26.5%
4,195

29.8%
4,048

26.5%
4,192

White

11.6%
26,653,418

11.9%
579,170

16.0%
21,658

18.5%
15,455

16.4%
17,516

2015
Total

14.7%

14.8%

18.5%

24.6%

20.7%

Black

25.4%
9,905,872

28.0%
189,840

25.3%
3,829

-

25.2%
3,786

White

12.2%
28,027,149

12.5%
609,104

16.0%
21,363

22.4%
18,592

18.1%
19,184

2014
Total

15.5%

15.5%

20.7%

24.9%

22.8%

Black

27.0%
10,434,389

28.1%
190,604

-

-

-

White

12.8%
29,193,983

13.2%
640,712

17.9%
23,867

22.0%
18,358

19.8%
20,916

2013
Total

15.8%

15.9%

21.2%

27.2%

24.4%

Black

27.6%
10,538,290

28.9%
190,195

46.3%
4,953

46.7%
3,509

46.7%
4,921

White

13.0%
29,701,062

13.6%
659,725

19.0%
25,505

25.4%
21,951

22.1%
23,893

2012
Total

15.9%

16.2%

19.1%

24.6%

20.8%

Black

28.1%
10,665,149

31.6%
206,479

-

-

-

White

13.0%
29,493,814

13.5%
655,629

16.9%
22,355

21.5%
17,930

18.5%
19,804

2011
Total

15.9%

15.8%

21.0%

24.3%

22.4%

Black

28.1%
10,543,367

30.2%
198,035

39.3%
5,927

34.8%
4,191

40.1%
5,887

White

13.0%
29,260,632

13.3%
644,967

18.1%
23,429

22.0%
17,405

19.0%
19,272

2012 - 2016
Total

15.1%

15.3%

19.3%

23.6%

21.0%

Black

26.2%
10,111,248

28.3%
189,191

28.4%
3,879

31.3%
3,402

28.4%
3,850

White

12.4%
28,424,685

12.9%
628,648

17.0%
22,734

21.6%
18,153

18.6%
19,947

2007 - 2011
Black

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.9 of 61
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People without Health Insurance

Number and percentage of people who reported having no health insurance. Data is self-reported as part of the American Community Survey (ACS) conducted by the Census Bureau.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Under 18

4.5%
3,277,474

4.5%
61,873

2.3%
832

2.7%
597

2.2%
609

Under 65

10.0%
26,931,513

10.5%
528,800

7.4%
11,461

6.3%
6,716

7.4%
9,671

2015
Under 18

4.8%
3,533,985

5.7%
79,698

4.7%
1,692

4.7%
1,013

5.8%
1,658

Under 65

10.9%
29,365,544

11.4%
578,231

6.5%
10,172

6.3%
6,909

6.5%
8,430

2014
Under 18

6.0%
4,396,536

7.2%
99,972

4.6%
1,633

3.3%
723

5.4%
1,511

Under 65

13.5%
36,246,622

13.7%
690,717

8.4%
12,988

7.1%
7,512

8.4%
10,947

2013
Under 18

7.1%
5,234,332

7.0%
97,546

4.5%
1,552

4.6%
900

5.2%
1,399

Under 65

16.7%
44,735,016

15.2%
768,376

9.5%
14,450

8.7%
9,006

9.7%
12,477

2012
Under 18

7.2%
5,263,807

7.0%
98,033

8.2%
2,834

10.2%
2,172

8.4%
2,433

Under 65

16.9%
45,212,231

15.8%
797,863

11.8%
17,791

11.3%
11,654

11.8%
15,332

2011
Under 18

7.5%
5,527,657

6.7%
94,934

2.1%
717

2.7%
546

2.2%
613

Under 65

17.3%
45,983,598

15.8%
803,867

9.4%
14,021

9.3%
9,334

8.8%
10,918

2012 - 2016
Under 18

5.9%
4,333,068

6.3%
87,432

4.9%
1,729

5.3%
1,141

5.4%
1,534

Under 65

13.5%
36,293,307

13.2%
669,498

8.9%
13,737

7.8%
8,268

8.9%
11,575

2007 - 2011
Under 18

-

-

-

-

-

Under 65

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.10 of 61
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

Poor persons 25+

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

25.4%
6,719,180

27.6%
112,575

32.4%
1,695

46.1%
1,167

43.7%
1,605

High School Graduate

13.9%
8,033,164

12.9%
158,470

10.8%
2,382

10.5%
1,155

8.6%
1,380

Some College

10.0%
6,231,962

10.0%
123,079

11.7%
3,646

13.8%
2,540

11.8%
2,872

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
3,021,527

3.8%
44,745

5.2%
2,405

6.0%
2,111

5.7%
2,340

2015
Less Than High School

26.5%
7,096,032

27.0%
116,072

26.4%
1,610

13.5%
456

13.4%
525

High School Graduate

14.1%
8,200,404

13.5%
166,799

14.0%
3,007

20.0%
2,433

15.4%
2,480

Some College

10.2%
6,311,030

10.2%
123,690

6.8%
1,705

8.1%
1,122

8.0%
1,558

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,962,974

4.6%
52,274

8.7%
4,381

11.0%
3,888

9.4%
4,085

2014
Less Than High School

27.8%
7,504,708

29.3%
126,001

28.1%
1,795

27.6%
911

29.8%
1,412

High School Graduate

14.7%
8,479,243

13.8%
171,720

12.3%
2,587

18.1%
1,760

15.5%
2,301

Some College

10.6%
6,523,713

11.0%
131,907

10.2%
2,791

11.8%
1,813

9.7%
1,982

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
2,982,201

4.3%
48,511

4.7%
2,100

5.4%
1,769

5.2%
2,100

2013
Less Than High School

27.7%
7,541,384

27.7%
119,990

40.2%
2,680

53.0%
2,470

44.6%
2,430

High School Graduate

14.6%
8,368,788

14.1%
175,274

16.9%
3,394

22.7%
1,963

21.0%
2,944

Some College

10.9%
6,642,558

12.1%
145,252

15.4%
4,218

16.5%
2,452

17.3%
3,569

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
2,972,533

4.6%
50,360

7.8%
3,539

8.9%
3,103

8.6%
3,521

2012
Less Than High School

28.0%
7,672,024

28.8%
131,947

21.1%
1,011

24.8%
683

27.3%
960

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,195,271

14.2%
176,495

12.7%
2,320

17.5%
1,506

14.3%
1,852

Some College

10.8%
6,493,555

11.6%
137,932

9.3%
2,354

12.4%
1,821

9.9%
2,005

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,726,930

4.4%
46,123

4.8%
2,262

5.8%
1,958

4.7%
1,958

2011
Less Than High School

27.9%
7,784,811

26.8%
126,632

20.2%
1,359

20.2%
867

19.6%
987

High School Graduate

14.2%
8,113,171

13.4%
164,103

16.2%
3,025

16.3%
1,316

14.4%
1,734

Some College

10.5%
6,211,352

10.7%
126,794

10.7%
2,545

9.3%
1,284

11.1%
1,953

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
2,593,232

4.6%
47,552

7.1%
3,262

8.2%
2,672

7.7%
3,175

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

27.1%
7,246,267

28.2%
121,392

32.1%
2,005

36.2%
1,294

35.0%
1,640

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,189,960

13.8%
169,525

13.1%
2,663

17.2%
1,676

14.7%
2,123

Some College

10.4%
6,409,855

10.9%
131,502

10.7%
2,851

12.2%
1,841

10.9%
2,236

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,921,427

4.3%
48,199

6.1%
2,910

7.3%
2,557

6.6%
2,792

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree or More

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.11 of 61
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High School Graduation Rate by School District (Adjusted 4 Year)Chart Available

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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).12 of 61
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High School Graduates Scoring Above National Average on ACT by School DistrictChart Available

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

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2017
Total

43.2%
494

33.7%
31

27.5%
22

40.5%
17

51.8%
58

35.3%
12

2016
Total

47.9%
581

36.2%
34

39.1%
36

27.3%
9

56.4%
75

32.4%
12

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).13 of 61
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Graduates Completing FAFSA by February 24 of Their High School Graduation YearChart Available

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

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

Data Source: US Dept. of Education - 14 of 61
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High School Graduates Entering 2-Year College, 4-Year College, or Employment by School DistrictChart Available

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.

YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2017
2-Year College

-

20.0%

22.7%

26.1%

39.4%

23.3%

32.4%

4-Year College

-

46.2%

38.1%

29.3%

27.3%

49.6%

35.1%

Employment

-

14.1%

21.6%

33.7%

30.3%

9.0%

29.7%

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%

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).15 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

90.1%

93.2%

95.5%

2014
Total

88.2%

93.4%

91.4%

92.0%

93.3%

95.0%

2013
Total

87.1%

91.0%

89.5%

89.7%

91.6%

91.5%

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).16 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).17 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).18 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).19 of 61
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School District Discipline Incidents, K-12

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2017
Total

0.3%
50

0.3%
4

0.7%
10

0.5%
3

0.2%
3

0.2%
1

2016
Total

0.4%
64

0.1%
1

1.6%
21

0.6%
3

0.4%
6

0.7%
3

2015
Total

0.3%
57

0.1%
2

0.4%
5

1.1%
6

0.3%
4

0.5%
2

2014
Total

0.3%
44

0.5%
7

0.5%
7

0.2%
1

0.5%
7

0.7%
3

2013
Total

0.8%
133

0.5%
7

0.8%
11

0.4%
2

2.2%
33

0.9%
4

2012
Total

0.8%
139

0.4%
5

0.4%
5

0.4%
2

1.8%
27

0.2%
1

2011
Total

1.3%
211

0.8%
11

1.4%
18

1.6%
9

1.3%
19

1.2%
5

2010
Total

1.5%
258

0.3%
4

0.7%
9

0.7%
4

1.2%
17

0.2%
1

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).20 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2016
Total

13.0

14.0

14.0

12.0

14.0

12.0

2015
Total

13.0

14.0

14.0

12.0

14.0

12.0

2014
Total

13.0

14.0

14.0

12.0

14.0

12.0

2013
Total

13.0

14.0

15.0

14.0

14.0

11.0

2012
Total

13.0

14.0

15.0

14.0

14.0

11.0

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).21 of 61
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9th Graders on Track to Graduate (6 or More Credits)Chart Available

Percentage of students in 9th grade who have completed 6 or more credits. This indicator is used as a proxy for determining whether students are on track to graduate from high school.

YearByColumbia Schools
2018
Total

88.5%

Black

73.2%

White

92.5%

Hispanic

92.4%

2017
Total

88.5%

Black

73.2%

White

92.5%

Hispanic

92.4%

2016
Total

87.5%

Black

76.7%

White

92.6%

Hispanic

79.5%

2015
Total

86.7%

Black

67.7%

White

92.5%

Hispanic

81.7%

2014
Total

87.6%

Black

75.2%

White

91.3%

Hispanic

86.3%

2013
Total

84.3%

Black

74.0%

White

88.4%

Hispanic

78.3%

2012
Total

87.2%

Black

71.5%

White

91.3%

Hispanic

92.2%

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).22 of 61
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Educational Attainment

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

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

5.4%
11,692,904

3.3%
137,315

1.9%
2,054

1.5%
1,054

1.8%
1,538

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.2%
15,719,330

7.1%
292,624

3.3%
3,543

2.6%
1,755

2.8%
2,410

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.2%
59,373,780

30.7%
1,265,386

21.3%
22,503

16.8%
11,466

19.3%
16,503

Some College, No Degree

20.6%
45,095,348

22.5%
927,795

21.1%
22,341

19.4%
13,207

20.7%
17,700

Associates Degree

8.4%
18,259,840

7.9%
325,244

8.5%
8,965

7.8%
5,295

7.7%
6,632

Bachelor's Degree

19.3%
42,242,396

17.7%
729,511

25.2%
26,710

27.3%
18,581

26.2%
22,423

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.9%
26,091,883

10.8%
443,139

18.7%
19,744

24.7%
16,821

21.5%
18,416

2015
Less Than 9th Grade

5.5%
11,988,039

3.6%
145,571

2.0%
2,121

2.3%
1,533

2.1%
1,747

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.3%
15,838,087

7.5%
308,053

3.8%
3,987

2.8%
1,854

2.6%
2,180

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.6%
59,662,980

31.0%
1,269,953

21.3%
22,139

19.3%
12,656

19.8%
16,560

Some College, No Degree

20.7%
44,909,753

22.4%
915,960

18.2%
18,998

17.1%
11,216

18.7%
15,578

Associates Degree

8.2%
17,806,750

7.7%
316,815

6.2%
6,408

4.5%
2,965

5.0%
4,140

Bachelor's Degree

19.0%
41,152,388

17.3%
706,922

27.4%
28,486

29.0%
19,042

27.8%
23,194

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.6%
25,089,165

10.6%
433,938

21.1%
21,963

24.9%
16,300

24.0%
20,051

2014
Less Than 9th Grade

5.6%
12,063,864

3.6%
145,466

1.1%
1,070

1.0%
649

0.9%
762

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.5%
15,928,170

7.6%
308,360

5.4%
5,448

4.4%
2,711

5.0%
4,026

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.7%
59,249,552

31.4%
1,279,755

21.2%
21,320

16.0%
9,920

18.6%
15,051

Some College, No Degree

21.0%
44,799,482

22.5%
918,431

20.2%
20,259

18.5%
11,482

18.5%
15,010

Associates Degree

8.2%
17,429,531

7.5%
304,044

7.4%
7,459

6.7%
4,142

7.0%
5,695

Bachelor's Degree

18.7%
39,864,016

17.1%
696,669

24.4%
24,502

27.3%
16,923

26.8%
21,740

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.4%
24,391,012

10.4%
424,042

20.3%
20,410

26.2%
16,243

23.1%
18,696

2013
Less Than 9th Grade

5.8%
12,134,368

3.7%
148,190

2.7%
2,702

3.3%
2,140

2.7%
2,227

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.6%
16,133,858

7.6%
309,497

4.2%
4,238

4.3%
2,761

4.2%
3,462

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.8%
58,659,474

31.5%
1,276,285

20.4%
20,459

14.0%
8,957

17.4%
14,283

Some College, No Degree

21.1%
44,510,160

22.6%
916,378

20.8%
20,916

18.2%
11,632

19.3%
15,824

Associates Degree

8.1%
17,006,372

7.6%
305,928

6.6%
6,665

5.3%
3,375

6.1%
4,985

Bachelor's Degree

18.4%
38,881,974

16.9%
685,991

25.5%
25,562

30.3%
19,366

27.8%
22,817

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.2%
23,584,410

10.0%
405,014

19.8%
19,889

24.5%
15,693

22.5%
18,438

2012
Less Than 9th Grade

5.8%
12,072,306

3.9%
156,760

2.0%
1,905

2.0%
1,186

1.8%
1,397

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.9%
16,409,962

8.1%
327,644

3.2%
3,109

2.9%
1,753

2.9%
2,306

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.0%
58,495,662

31.6%
1,272,777

19.2%
18,636

14.5%
8,842

16.7%
13,207

Some College, No Degree

21.3%
44,399,938

22.8%
916,120

19.2%
18,572

18.2%
11,098

19.1%
15,116

Associates Degree

8.0%
16,611,110

7.1%
287,670

7.3%
7,070

6.4%
3,914

6.8%
5,420

Bachelor's Degree

18.2%
37,969,084

16.7%
670,388

27.8%
27,003

29.4%
17,904

28.8%
22,850

Graduate or Professional Degree

10.9%
22,773,438

9.7%
392,282

21.3%
20,679

26.5%
16,114

23.9%
18,979

2011
Less Than 9th Grade

6.0%
12,317,606

3.9%
157,386

2.7%
2,581

3.6%
2,125

2.8%
2,125

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

8.1%
16,771,699

8.5%
340,886

4.5%
4,320

3.9%
2,331

4.0%
3,079

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.4%
58,653,211

31.4%
1,260,623

19.9%
19,047

14.2%
8,456

16.1%
12,370

Some College, No Degree

21.2%
43,822,166

22.9%
918,314

19.5%
18,691

18.7%
11,124

18.6%
14,234

Associates Degree

7.8%
16,016,175

7.1%
286,363

5.7%
5,500

5.1%
3,016

4.9%
3,738

Bachelor's Degree

17.9%
36,915,459

16.4%
656,222

28.5%
27,356

31.3%
18,659

31.3%
24,025

Graduate or Professional Degree

10.6%
21,975,354

9.7%
388,760

19.2%
18,436

23.2%
13,835

22.3%
17,125

2012 - 2016
Less Than 9th Grade

5.6%
11,913,913

3.6%
146,092

2.1%
2,146

2.2%
1,388

2.0%
1,681

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

7.4%
15,904,467

7.6%
308,790

4.2%
4,294

3.6%
2,329

3.8%
3,150

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

27.5%
58,820,410

31.1%
1,267,813

20.4%
20,754

15.7%
10,071

18.0%
14,844

Some College, No Degree

21.0%
44,772,845

22.5%
917,451

19.5%
19,839

17.8%
11,465

18.7%
15,470

Associates Degree

8.2%
17,469,724

7.6%
307,566

7.0%
7,109

6.0%
3,828

6.4%
5,269

Bachelor's Degree

18.8%
40,189,920

17.2%
701,863

26.1%
26,549

28.7%
18,435

27.6%
22,838

Graduate or Professional Degree

11.5%
24,577,867

10.4%
423,802

20.6%
20,985

26.1%
16,771

23.4%
19,376

2007 - 2011
Less Than 9th Grade

6.1%
12,397,019

4.4%
171,935

2.1%
1,981

2.3%
1,299

2.1%
1,574

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

8.5%
17,121,916

8.8%
348,445

5.5%
5,046

4.9%
2,797

4.8%
3,607

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

28.6%
57,861,283

32.1%
1,267,071

22.4%
20,681

18.3%
10,464

19.7%
14,810

Some College, No Degree

21.0%
42,350,233

22.5%
888,762

18.0%
16,649

17.0%
9,744

17.5%
13,127

Associates Degree

7.6%
15,344,048

6.7%
265,571

6.1%
5,624

5.3%
3,045

5.6%
4,228

Bachelor's Degree

17.7%
35,852,277

16.0%
630,556

26.1%
24,105

29.0%
16,554

28.1%
21,097

Graduate or Professional Degree

10.5%
21,121,347

9.4%
371,388

19.8%
18,287

23.2%
13,274

22.2%
16,657

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.23 of 61
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Kindergarten Readiness

Includes measures of Academic and Behavior Readiness

YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2016
Academically Ready

93.9%
1,209

91.4%
350

Black

86.8%

93.3%

White

95.1%

91.7%

Other Race

95.5%

92.9%

Hispanic

-

-

Behaviorally Ready

95.7%
1,233

96.1%
368

Black

92.2%

93.3%

White

95.8%

96.3%

Other Race

97.0%

92.9%

Hispanic

-

-

Data Source: BCMHC - 24 of 61
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People With Disabilities Receiving Special Education Services by School District

YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2018
Under 5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5-21

-

9.8%
1,740

12.3%
168

8.7%
121

15.9%
84

9.4%
156

16.0%
67

2017
Under 5

-

-

-

-


14

-

-

5-21

-

9.7%
1,684

10.2%
139

8.4%
116

15.6%
86

8.0%
129

16.2%
73

2016
Under 5


12,259


180

-

-

-

-

-

5-21

12.9%
113,842

9.5%
1,636

8.5%
114

8.8%
118

14.8%
79

7.1%
114

14.2%
65

2015
Under 5

2.6%
11,914

1.8%
186

-

-

-

-

-

5-21

12.7%
112,738

9.7%
1,673

9.1%
126

8.4%
111

15.1%
81

7.8%
120

11.8%
52

2014
Under 5

2.5%
11,446

1.8%
178

-

-

-

-

-

5-21

12.6%
111,986

9.8%
1,690

9.1%
128

9.0%
120

14.7%
78

9.2%
140

14.0%
64

2013
Under 5

2.5%
11,455

2.2%
202

-

-

-

-

-

5-21

12.6%
112,289

10.5%
1,792

10.2%
141

9.2%
128

16.1%
89

10.2%
153

13.2%
60

2012
Under 5

2.5%
11,430

1.8%
202

-

-

-

-

-

5-21

12.8%
113,895

11.0%
1,868

8.8%
119

10.4%
137

16.8%
93

9.7%
141

12.5%
54

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).25 of 61
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

Poor persons 25+

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

25.4%
6,719,180

27.6%
112,575

32.4%
1,695

46.1%
1,167

43.7%
1,605

High School Graduate

13.9%
8,033,164

12.9%
158,470

10.8%
2,382

10.5%
1,155

8.6%
1,380

Some College

10.0%
6,231,962

10.0%
123,079

11.7%
3,646

13.8%
2,540

11.8%
2,872

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
3,021,527

3.8%
44,745

5.2%
2,405

6.0%
2,111

5.7%
2,340

2015
Less Than High School

26.5%
7,096,032

27.0%
116,072

26.4%
1,610

13.5%
456

13.4%
525

High School Graduate

14.1%
8,200,404

13.5%
166,799

14.0%
3,007

20.0%
2,433

15.4%
2,480

Some College

10.2%
6,311,030

10.2%
123,690

6.8%
1,705

8.1%
1,122

8.0%
1,558

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,962,974

4.6%
52,274

8.7%
4,381

11.0%
3,888

9.4%
4,085

2014
Less Than High School

27.8%
7,504,708

29.3%
126,001

28.1%
1,795

27.6%
911

29.8%
1,412

High School Graduate

14.7%
8,479,243

13.8%
171,720

12.3%
2,587

18.1%
1,760

15.5%
2,301

Some College

10.6%
6,523,713

11.0%
131,907

10.2%
2,791

11.8%
1,813

9.7%
1,982

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
2,982,201

4.3%
48,511

4.7%
2,100

5.4%
1,769

5.2%
2,100

2013
Less Than High School

27.7%
7,541,384

27.7%
119,990

40.2%
2,680

53.0%
2,470

44.6%
2,430

High School Graduate

14.6%
8,368,788

14.1%
175,274

16.9%
3,394

22.7%
1,963

21.0%
2,944

Some College

10.9%
6,642,558

12.1%
145,252

15.4%
4,218

16.5%
2,452

17.3%
3,569

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
2,972,533

4.6%
50,360

7.8%
3,539

8.9%
3,103

8.6%
3,521

2012
Less Than High School

28.0%
7,672,024

28.8%
131,947

21.1%
1,011

24.8%
683

27.3%
960

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,195,271

14.2%
176,495

12.7%
2,320

17.5%
1,506

14.3%
1,852

Some College

10.8%
6,493,555

11.6%
137,932

9.3%
2,354

12.4%
1,821

9.9%
2,005

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,726,930

4.4%
46,123

4.8%
2,262

5.8%
1,958

4.7%
1,958

2011
Less Than High School

27.9%
7,784,811

26.8%
126,632

20.2%
1,359

20.2%
867

19.6%
987

High School Graduate

14.2%
8,113,171

13.4%
164,103

16.2%
3,025

16.3%
1,316

14.4%
1,734

Some College

10.5%
6,211,352

10.7%
126,794

10.7%
2,545

9.3%
1,284

11.1%
1,953

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
2,593,232

4.6%
47,552

7.1%
3,262

8.2%
2,672

7.7%
3,175

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

27.1%
7,246,267

28.2%
121,392

32.1%
2,005

36.2%
1,294

35.0%
1,640

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,189,960

13.8%
169,525

13.1%
2,663

17.2%
1,676

14.7%
2,123

Some College

10.4%
6,409,855

10.9%
131,502

10.7%
2,851

12.2%
1,841

10.9%
2,236

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,921,427

4.3%
48,199

6.1%
2,910

7.3%
2,557

6.6%
2,792

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree or More

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.26 of 61
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School Attendance: % Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: Grade 6Chart Available

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

YearByColumbia Schools
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

78.5%

White

91.3%

Hispanic

85.2%

2012
Total

90.1%

Black

78.3%

White

91.3%

Hispanic

86.6%

Data Source: CPS - 27 of 61
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School Attendance: % Students Attending at Least 90% of School Days: Grade 8Chart Available

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

YearByColumbia Schools
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

79.5%

Data Source: CPS - 28 of 61
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Students Scoring Proficient on PALS-K

Percent of students who scored as proficient on the PALS-K. This data is available for Columbia Public Schools only.

YearByColumbia Schools
2016
Total

75.1%

Black

59.7%

White

83.4%

Hispanic

55.7%

2015
Total

75.8%

Black

57.6%

White

82.8%

Hispanic

62.8%

2014
Total

77.5%

Black

64.3%

White

83.2%

Hispanic

59.7%

2013
Total

84.3%

Black

72.2%

White

90.3%

Hispanic

64.0%

Data Source: CPS - 29 of 61
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Low Birthweight for Full-Term Pregnancies

Number of low birthweight full-term births.

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2010 - 2014
Black

5.6%
2,712

5.1%
64

White

2.6%
6,882

2.0%
146

2005 - 2009
Black

5.3%
2,585

6.4%
75

White

2.5%
7,232

2.1%
157

Data Source: DHSS - Most health data at the county and state level are available through MOPHIMS, the Missouri Public Health Information Management System. However, items on the Boone Indicators Dashboard with the data source “DHSS” were gathered through the Data and Statistics website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, or directly from staff in the department.30 of 61
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Preterm Births

Percentage and number of preterm births.

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2014
Total

9.8%
7,323

8.7%
185

2009
Total

15.5%
9,882

12.1%
259

Data Source: DHSS - Most health data at the county and state level are available through MOPHIMS, the Missouri Public Health Information Management System. However, items on the Boone Indicators Dashboard with the data source “DHSS” were gathered through the Data and Statistics website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, or directly from staff in the department.31 of 61
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Child Mortality (Ages 1-17)

Mortality rates for children ages 1-17.

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2010 - 2014
1-17

24.0 per 100,000 children

19.5 per 100,000 children

2005 - 2009
1-17

28.7 per 100,000 children

27.3 per 100,000 children

Data Source: DHSS - Most health data at the county and state level are available through MOPHIMS, the Missouri Public Health Information Management System. However, items on the Boone Indicators Dashboard with the data source “DHSS” were gathered through the Data and Statistics website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, or directly from staff in the department.32 of 61
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Criminal Justice Involvement Due to Drugs and Alcohol

This indicator includes involvement in the criminal justice system due to drug charges or driving while under the influence of alcohol, including drug court, probation and parole admissions and prison admissions in Boone County and the State of Missouri. The dates reported are the state fiscal year.

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2017
Drug Court Participants


7,811


315

State Prison Admissions


18,226


491

Driving while Intoxicated


743


27

Drug Conviction


6,649


124

State Probation and Parole Admissions


38,993


985

Driving while Intoxicated


1,883


40

Drug Conviction


14,529


255

2016
Drug Court Participants


7,393


240

State Prison Admissions


18,149


461

Driving while Intoxicated


820


21

Drug Conviction


6,152


137

State Probation and Parole Admissions


38,164


1,133

Driving while Intoxicated


2,139


60

Drug Conviction


13,019


221

2015
Drug Court Participants


7,058


217

State Prison Admissions


18,480


480

Driving while Intoxicated


919


28

Drug Conviction


6,068


122

State Probation and Parole Admissions


38,817


1,199

Driving while Intoxicated


2,296


49

Drug Conviction


12,914


240

2014
State Prison Admissions


19,009


520

Driving while Intoxicated


1,030


35

Drug Conviction


6,165


148

State Probation and Parole Admissions


39,811


1,106

Driving while Intoxicated


2,496


53

Drug Conviction


12,816


238

2013
State Prison Admissions


18,232


473

Driving while Intoxicated


1,127


38

Drug Conviction


5,779


127

State Probation and Parole Admissions


38,469


1,172

Driving while Intoxicated


2,650


67

Drug Conviction


12,090


282

Data Source: DMH - Missouri Behavioral Health Data, including treatment, arrests and criminal justice actions related to mental health and substance use are available through the Missouri Department of Mental Health data website. Most data are available at the county and state levels.33 of 61
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Death Rate due to Suicide (Self-Inflicted Injury, Age-Adjusted), by Age Group

The total number of resident deaths over the 11-year period for which the underlying cause of death was given on the death certificate as suicide or intentional self-injury. Delayed effects of self-inflicted injury are also included. Source: DHSS-MOPHIMS Community Data Profiles - Self-inflicted Injury.

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2005 - 2015
Total

14.5 per 100,000 residents
9,648

12.0 per 100,000 residents
199

Under 15

0.6 per 100,000 residents
81

1.0 per 100,000 residents
3

15-19

9.1 per 100,000 residents
418

4.4 per 100,000 residents
7

20-34

17.2 per 100,000 residents
2,253

8.7 per 100,000 residents
48

35-64

20.8 per 100,000 residents
5,346

18.9 per 100,000 residents
113

65-74

14.2 per 100,000 residents
719

9.6 per 100,000 residents
9

75 and older

19.3 per 100,000 residents
831

24.4 per 100,000 residents
19

Data Source: MOPHIMS - MOPHIMS is a series of data profiles related to health indicators. Profiles include Maternal, Infant and Child, Chronic Disease, Death and Injury, County-Level Study, Hospital and Emergency Room Visits, and Special Demographic Profiles.34 of 61
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Individuals Receiving Public Mental Health Services for Any Diagnosis, Total and Children

Number of individuals in Boone County and the State of Missouri, including both total and children, receiving mental health services provided in Missouri by the Department of Mental Health. Data reported for the fiscal year. Data link: https://seow.dmh.mo.gov/TREATMENTCPS/TREATMENTCPSIndicators.aspx?PATH=Indicators&SID=NEW

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2017
Total


78,740


2,008

Under 18


17,312


496

2016
Total


78,094


1,868

Under 18


16,919


480

2015
Total


77,170


1,802

Under 18


16,046


441

2014
Total


75,911


1,767

Under 18


15,813


376

2013
Total


77,539


1,771

Under 18


15,949


349

Data Source: DMH - Missouri Behavioral Health Data, including treatment, arrests and criminal justice actions related to mental health and substance use are available through the Missouri Department of Mental Health data website. Most data are available at the county and state levels.35 of 61
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Infant Mortality (Birth to Age 1)

Mortality rates for infants (birth to age 1).

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2010 - 2014
Under 1

640.9 per 100,000 infants

426.5 per 100,000 infants

2005 - 2009
Under 1

733.8 per 100,000 infants

571.2 per 100,000 infants

Data Source: DHSS - Most health data at the county and state level are available through MOPHIMS, the Missouri Public Health Information Management System. However, items on the Boone Indicators Dashboard with the data source “DHSS” were gathered through the Data and Statistics website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, or directly from staff in the department.36 of 61
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Injuries With Intent of Self Injury

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2010 - 2014
Under 18

80.3 per 100,000

51.6 per 100,000

18-48

227.0 per 100,000

109.8 per 100,000

46-64

107.9 per 100,000

74.8 per 100,000

65 and over

23.1 per 100,000

18.2 per 100,000

2005 - 2009
Under 18

73.5 per 100,000

68.2 per 100,000

18-48

225.5 per 100,000

164.6 per 100,000

46-64

93.0 per 100,000

98.2 per 100,000

65 and over

18.0 per 100,000

-

Data Source: DHSS - Most health data at the county and state level are available through MOPHIMS, the Missouri Public Health Information Management System. However, items on the Boone Indicators Dashboard with the data source “DHSS” were gathered through the Data and Statistics website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, or directly from staff in the department.37 of 61
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People without Health Insurance

Number and percentage of people who reported having no health insurance. Data is self-reported as part of the American Community Survey (ACS) conducted by the Census Bureau.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Under 18

4.5%
3,277,474

4.5%
61,873

2.3%
832

2.7%
597

2.2%
609

Under 65

10.0%
26,931,513

10.5%
528,800

7.4%
11,461

6.3%
6,716

7.4%
9,671

2015
Under 18

4.8%
3,533,985

5.7%
79,698

4.7%
1,692

4.7%
1,013

5.8%
1,658

Under 65

10.9%
29,365,544

11.4%
578,231

6.5%
10,172

6.3%
6,909

6.5%
8,430

2014
Under 18

6.0%
4,396,536

7.2%
99,972

4.6%
1,633

3.3%
723

5.4%
1,511

Under 65

13.5%
36,246,622

13.7%
690,717

8.4%
12,988

7.1%
7,512

8.4%
10,947

2013
Under 18

7.1%
5,234,332

7.0%
97,546

4.5%
1,552

4.6%
900

5.2%
1,399

Under 65

16.7%
44,735,016

15.2%
768,376

9.5%
14,450

8.7%
9,006

9.7%
12,477

2012
Under 18

7.2%
5,263,807

7.0%
98,033

8.2%
2,834

10.2%
2,172

8.4%
2,433

Under 65

16.9%
45,212,231

15.8%
797,863

11.8%
17,791

11.3%
11,654

11.8%
15,332

2011
Under 18

7.5%
5,527,657

6.7%
94,934

2.1%
717

2.7%
546

2.2%
613

Under 65

17.3%
45,983,598

15.8%
803,867

9.4%
14,021

9.3%
9,334

8.8%
10,918

2012 - 2016
Under 18

5.9%
4,333,068

6.3%
87,432

4.9%
1,729

5.3%
1,141

5.4%
1,534

Under 65

13.5%
36,293,307

13.2%
669,498

8.9%
13,737

7.8%
8,268

8.9%
11,575

2007 - 2011
Under 18

-

-

-

-

-

Under 65

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.38 of 61
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Self-inflicted injury

Missouri resident self-inflicted injuries for ages 15 years old through >75 including: Deaths, Hospitalizations, and Emergency Room Visits.

YearByState of Missouri
2003 - 2013
Death

13.7 per 100,000 residents

Under 15

0.6 per 100,000 residents

15-19

8.6 per 100,000 residents

20-34

16.3 per 100,000 residents

35-64

19.6 per 100,000 residents

65-74

13.9 per 100,000 residents

75 and over

18.3 per 100,000 residents

Hospitalization

7.3 per 100,000 residents

Under 15

0.7 per 100,000 residents

15-19

10.3 per 100,000 residents

20-34

12.2 per 100,000 residents

35-64

9.0 per 100,000 residents

65-74

1.9 per 100,000 residents

75 and over

1.3 per 100,000 residents

ER visit

0.6 per 100,000 residents

Under 15

0.2 per 100,000 residents

15-19

1.8 per 100,000 residents

20-34

1.2 per 100,000 residents

35-64

0.5 per 100,000 residents

65-74

0.1 per 100,000 residents

75 and over

0.0 per 100,000 residents

Data Source: MOPHIMS - MOPHIMS is a series of data profiles related to health indicators. Profiles include Maternal, Infant and Child, Chronic Disease, Death and Injury, County-Level Study, Hospital and Emergency Room Visits, and Special Demographic Profiles.39 of 61
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents housing cost burden for renters. The total household figure (denominator) has been adjusted to remove households with missing values.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2015
Total

33.3%
38,099,091

27.7%
634,911

31.4%
20,590

35.6%
15,533

33.8%
18,374

Rent

50.6%

45.8%

52.7%

55.6%

54.0%

Mortgage

23.9%

19.1%

16.3%

12.9%

15.5%

2014
Total

34.4%
39,042,346

29.4%
666,462

31.0%
20,172

35.7%
15,534

32.9%
17,823

Rent

51.8%

48.1%

52.1%

55.5%

53.8%

Mortgage

25.0%

20.9%

15.1%

15.3%

14.5%

2013
Total

34.6%
38,908,384

29.7%
678,918

34.5%
22,200

39.5%
17,394

37.9%
20,637

Rent

51.5%

48.9%

54.4%

57.8%

57.3%

Mortgage

25.5%

21.0%

18.5%

21.0%

19.8%

2012
Total

35.9%
40,279,587

31.1%
708,669

35.7%
22,915

40.4%
17,417

38.3%
20,665

Rent

52.0%

50.9%

59.7%

61.3%

60.3%

Mortgage

27.4%

22.3%

18.1%

18.7%

18.7%

2011
Total

37.8%
42,067,297

31.7%
718,706

31.7%
19,367

32.8%
13,084

32.7%
16,412

Rent

53.4%

49.8%

53.6%

49.8%

51.7%

Mortgage

29.9%

24.0%

15.5%

13.6%

15.9%

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.40 of 61
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Non-Adjusted)

This indicator represents housing cost burden for renters. The total household figure (denominator) includes all households, including those for which the housing cost burden is unknown. An adjusted figure is available which excludes households with missing values.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

32.4%
37,241,233

26.2%
602,118

29.2%
19,397

32.5%
15,079

31.3%
17,530

Rent

49.7%
20,219,064

43.7%
323,228

47.2%
14,604

49.7%
12,408

48.3%
13,750

Mortgage

22.9%
17,022,169

17.9%
278,890

13.5%
4,793

12.5%
2,671

13.8%
3,780

2015
Total

32.9%
38,099,091

27.3%
634,911

30.1%
20,590

33.9%
15,533

32.4%
18,374

Rent

46.8%
20,443,630

41.9%
337,080

46.9%
14,348

50.0%
12,891

48.9%
13,946

Mortgage

23.7%
17,655,461

19.0%
297,831

16.2%
6,242

12.8%
2,642

15.4%
4,428

2014
Total

34.0%
39,042,346

28.9%
666,462

30.4%
20,172

34.7%
15,534

32.1%
17,823

Rent

47.9%
20,707,829

43.6%
339,817

48.8%
14,582

51.5%
12,269

50.2%
13,617

Mortgage

24.8%
18,334,517

20.7%
326,645

15.0%
5,590

15.1%
3,265

14.4%
4,206

2013
Total

34.1%
38,908,384

29.4%
678,918

33.4%
22,200

38.2%
17,394

36.6%
20,637

Rent

47.6%
20,221,192

44.7%
348,496

49.1%
15,571

52.1%
12,793

51.6%
15,031

Mortgage

25.3%
18,687,192

20.9%
330,422

18.4%
6,629

20.9%
4,601

19.7%
5,606

2012
Total

35.4%
40,279,587

30.7%
708,669

35.2%
22,915

39.8%
17,417

37.7%
20,665

Rent

48.1%
20,119,094

46.4%
356,156

55.5%
16,175

57.2%
13,476

56.1%
15,333

Mortgage

27.2%
20,160,493

22.1%
352,513

18.1%
6,740

18.7%
3,941

18.7%
5,332

2011
Total

37.3%
42,067,297

31.4%
718,706

31.2%
19,367

32.1%
13,084

32.1%
16,412

Rent

49.3%
20,074,259

45.4%
339,289

49.2%
13,906

46.4%
10,530

47.5%
12,184

Mortgage

29.6%
21,993,038

23.8%
379,417

15.5%
5,461

13.6%
2,554

15.9%
4,228

2012 - 2016
Total

34.0%
38,719,430

28.7%
658,995

32.4%
21,074

37.1%
16,363

34.9%
19,075

Rent

51.1%
20,246,745

47.4%
341,578

53.3%
15,040

56.8%
12,782

54.9%
14,294

Mortgage

24.9%
18,472,685

20.2%
317,417

16.4%
6,034

16.6%
3,581

16.7%
4,781

2007 - 2011
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.41 of 61
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents housing cost burden for renters. The total household figure (denominator) has been adjusted to remove households with missing values.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2015
Total

33.3%
38,099,091

27.7%
634,911

31.4%
20,590

35.6%
15,533

33.8%
18,374

Rent

50.6%

45.8%

52.7%

55.6%

54.0%

Mortgage

23.9%

19.1%

16.3%

12.9%

15.5%

2014
Total

34.4%
39,042,346

29.4%
666,462

31.0%
20,172

35.7%
15,534

32.9%
17,823

Rent

51.8%

48.1%

52.1%

55.5%

53.8%

Mortgage

25.0%

20.9%

15.1%

15.3%

14.5%

2013
Total

34.6%
38,908,384

29.7%
678,918

34.5%
22,200

39.5%
17,394

37.9%
20,637

Rent

51.5%

48.9%

54.4%

57.8%

57.3%

Mortgage

25.5%

21.0%

18.5%

21.0%

19.8%

2012
Total

35.9%
40,279,587

31.1%
708,669

35.7%
22,915

40.4%
17,417

38.3%
20,665

Rent

52.0%

50.9%

59.7%

61.3%

60.3%

Mortgage

27.4%

22.3%

18.1%

18.7%

18.7%

2011
Total

37.8%
42,067,297

31.7%
718,706

31.7%
19,367

32.8%
13,084

32.7%
16,412

Rent

53.4%

49.8%

53.6%

49.8%

51.7%

Mortgage

29.9%

24.0%

15.5%

13.6%

15.9%

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.42 of 61
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Non-Adjusted)

This indicator represents housing cost burden for renters. The total household figure (denominator) includes all households, including those for which the housing cost burden is unknown. An adjusted figure is available which excludes households with missing values.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

32.4%
37,241,233

26.2%
602,118

29.2%
19,397

32.5%
15,079

31.3%
17,530

Rent

49.7%
20,219,064

43.7%
323,228

47.2%
14,604

49.7%
12,408

48.3%
13,750

Mortgage

22.9%
17,022,169

17.9%
278,890

13.5%
4,793

12.5%
2,671

13.8%
3,780

2015
Total

32.9%
38,099,091

27.3%
634,911

30.1%
20,590

33.9%
15,533

32.4%
18,374

Rent

46.8%
20,443,630

41.9%
337,080

46.9%
14,348

50.0%
12,891

48.9%
13,946

Mortgage

23.7%
17,655,461

19.0%
297,831

16.2%
6,242

12.8%
2,642

15.4%
4,428

2014
Total

34.0%
39,042,346

28.9%
666,462

30.4%
20,172

34.7%
15,534

32.1%
17,823

Rent

47.9%
20,707,829

43.6%
339,817

48.8%
14,582

51.5%
12,269

50.2%
13,617

Mortgage

24.8%
18,334,517

20.7%
326,645

15.0%
5,590

15.1%
3,265

14.4%
4,206

2013
Total

34.1%
38,908,384

29.4%
678,918

33.4%
22,200

38.2%
17,394

36.6%
20,637

Rent

47.6%
20,221,192

44.7%
348,496

49.1%
15,571

52.1%
12,793

51.6%
15,031

Mortgage

25.3%
18,687,192

20.9%
330,422

18.4%
6,629

20.9%
4,601

19.7%
5,606

2012
Total

35.4%
40,279,587

30.7%
708,669

35.2%
22,915

39.8%
17,417

37.7%
20,665

Rent

48.1%
20,119,094

46.4%
356,156

55.5%
16,175

57.2%
13,476

56.1%
15,333

Mortgage

27.2%
20,160,493

22.1%
352,513

18.1%
6,740

18.7%
3,941

18.7%
5,332

2011
Total

37.3%
42,067,297

31.4%
718,706

31.2%
19,367

32.1%
13,084

32.1%
16,412

Rent

49.3%
20,074,259

45.4%
339,289

49.2%
13,906

46.4%
10,530

47.5%
12,184

Mortgage

29.6%
21,993,038

23.8%
379,417

15.5%
5,461

13.6%
2,554

15.9%
4,228

2012 - 2016
Total

34.0%
38,719,430

28.7%
658,995

32.4%
21,074

37.1%
16,363

34.9%
19,075

Rent

51.1%
20,246,745

47.4%
341,578

53.3%
15,040

56.8%
12,782

54.9%
14,294

Mortgage

24.9%
18,472,685

20.2%
317,417

16.4%
6,034

16.6%
3,581

16.7%
4,781

2007 - 2011
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.43 of 61
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Median Earnings by Educational Attainment, Individuals 25 and older

25 and over

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

$21,839

$21,505

$25,767

$18,811

$20,918

High School Graduate

$29,969

$29,902

$29,951

$31,076

$31,243

Some College

$35,406

$32,334

$32,759

$31,739

$32,131

Bachelor's Degree

$51,676

$45,701

$41,116

$40,441

$41,185

Graduate or Professional Degree

$70,121

$57,229

$55,214

$56,661

$55,952

2015
Less Than High School

$21,320

$21,161

$25,327

$21,083

$22,022

High School Graduate

$29,004

$27,375

$30,457

$29,461

$30,228

Some College

$34,377

$32,114

$32,093

$32,782

$33,013

Bachelor's Degree

$50,930

$45,607

$38,570

$35,128

$35,912

Graduate or Professional Degree

$67,286

$57,209

$51,878

$56,349

$52,997

2014
Less Than High School

$20,542

$20,342

$26,238

$24,521

$27,782

High School Graduate

$27,809

$27,080

$26,331

$25,159

$25,813

Some College

$33,175

$31,398

$32,278

$30,337

$31,617

Bachelor's Degree

$50,450

$44,221

$37,751

$36,012

$39,459

Graduate or Professional Degree

$66,175

$55,536

$51,663

$51,279

$51,256

2013
Less Than High School

$20,149

$18,937

$11,928

$10,811

$11,511

High School Graduate

$27,350

$26,808

$26,367

$21,702

$24,776

Some College

$32,387

$30,858

$30,438

$26,546

$26,670

Bachelor's Degree

$50,050

$43,178

$36,646

$38,916

$36,984

Graduate or Professional Degree

$65,565

$55,820

$51,874

$51,944

$52,653

2012
Less Than High School

$19,404

$17,590

$17,033

$17,139

$17,248

High School Graduate

$27,024

$26,157

$23,205

$16,979

$20,541

Some College

$32,401

$30,532

$30,971

$30,749

$30,720

Bachelor's Degree

$49,157

$42,019

$38,249

$36,187

$37,879

Graduate or Professional Degree

$65,164

$53,564

$50,994

$50,470

$51,369

2011
Less Than High School

$18,794

$18,165

$19,715

$15,677

$17,946

High School Graduate

$26,699

$25,921

$24,222

$23,676

$24,271

Some College

$32,321

$30,564

$32,469

$34,122

$32,170

Bachelor's Degree

$48,309

$42,271

$39,366

$39,197

$40,359

Graduate or Professional Degree

$64,322

$54,139

$50,558

$50,413

$50,427

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

$20,924

$20,285

$21,311

$17,196

$20,152

High School Graduate

$28,672

$27,747

$27,639

$25,006

$27,049

Some College

$34,412

$31,870

$32,214

$31,479

$31,699

Bachelor's Degree

$51,094

$45,096

$40,173

$38,425

$39,971

Graduate or Professional Degree

$67,832

$56,958

$52,550

$53,398

$53,316

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree

-

-

-

-

-

Graduate or Professional Degree

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.44 of 61
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Median Income - Family Households

Median (midpoint) income for family households, including those with and without children. Family households include two or more individuals related by birth, marriage or adoption. Family income is the preferred measure of economic wellbeing in university communities like Columbia and Boone County, since the majority of the student population resides in non-family households. Household income (i.e. including both family and non-family households) is artificially low due to the student population.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

$71,062

$65,058

$74,674

$78,277

$76,663

Black

$47,056

$42,729

$32,150

$40,967

$32,177

White

$80,289

$69,126

$79,730

$85,431

$81,626

2015
Total

$68,260

$62,989

$72,446

$73,894

$72,026

Black

$45,014

$41,690

$50,351

$51,722

$50,351

White

$77,072

$66,635

$74,667

$80,463

$74,314

2014
Total

$65,910

$61,299

$72,913

$74,194

$74,361

Black

$42,820

$39,638

$41,163

$41,635

$41,163

White

$74,706

$64,432

$78,841

$79,897

$80,573

2013
Total

$64,030

$58,754

$67,798

$72,232

$70,173

Black

$41,562

$39,215

$19,723

$25,474

$19,723

White

$72,421

$61,900

$72,160

$80,319

$79,090

2012
Total

$62,527

$57,274

$70,564

$72,177

$71,801

Black

$40,946

$34,319

$33,765

$32,784

$33,765

White

$71,144

$60,535

$75,212

$79,624

$77,024

2011
Total

$61,455

$56,616

$66,189

$67,231

$69,828

Black

$40,140

$36,876

-

-

-

White

$69,715

$59,812

$67,436

$74,341

$74,746

2012 - 2016
Total

$67,871

$62,285

$72,896

$75,970

$74,727

Black

$44,531

$40,473

$40,904

$42,485

$40,938

White

$76,714

$65,808

$78,073

$83,536

$80,787

2007 - 2011
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Black

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.45 of 61
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Median Income - Family Households with Children

Median income for family households with children.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

$68,011

$63,862

$74,835

$85,406

$78,643

2015
Total

$64,701

$61,252

$72,371

$72,296

$70,304

2014
Total

$62,091

$59,778

$62,478

$63,554

$62,468

2013
Total

$60,654

$56,381

$61,609

$65,581

$60,888

2012
Total

$59,537

$54,931

$62,236

$60,164

$60,899

2011
Total

$58,035

$54,307

$65,943

$67,074

$67,246

2012 - 2016
Total

$64,379

$60,292

$68,239

$72,096

$69,418

2007 - 2011
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.46 of 61
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

Poor persons 25+

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

25.4%
6,719,180

27.6%
112,575

32.4%
1,695

46.1%
1,167

43.7%
1,605

High School Graduate

13.9%
8,033,164

12.9%
158,470

10.8%
2,382

10.5%
1,155

8.6%
1,380

Some College

10.0%
6,231,962

10.0%
123,079

11.7%
3,646

13.8%
2,540

11.8%
2,872

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
3,021,527

3.8%
44,745

5.2%
2,405

6.0%
2,111

5.7%
2,340

2015
Less Than High School

26.5%
7,096,032

27.0%
116,072

26.4%
1,610

13.5%
456

13.4%
525

High School Graduate

14.1%
8,200,404

13.5%
166,799

14.0%
3,007

20.0%
2,433

15.4%
2,480

Some College

10.2%
6,311,030

10.2%
123,690

6.8%
1,705

8.1%
1,122

8.0%
1,558

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,962,974

4.6%
52,274

8.7%
4,381

11.0%
3,888

9.4%
4,085

2014
Less Than High School

27.8%
7,504,708

29.3%
126,001

28.1%
1,795

27.6%
911

29.8%
1,412

High School Graduate

14.7%
8,479,243

13.8%
171,720

12.3%
2,587

18.1%
1,760

15.5%
2,301

Some College

10.6%
6,523,713

11.0%
131,907

10.2%
2,791

11.8%
1,813

9.7%
1,982

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
2,982,201

4.3%
48,511

4.7%
2,100

5.4%
1,769

5.2%
2,100

2013
Less Than High School

27.7%
7,541,384

27.7%
119,990

40.2%
2,680

53.0%
2,470

44.6%
2,430

High School Graduate

14.6%
8,368,788

14.1%
175,274

16.9%
3,394

22.7%
1,963

21.0%
2,944

Some College

10.9%
6,642,558

12.1%
145,252

15.4%
4,218

16.5%
2,452

17.3%
3,569

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
2,972,533

4.6%
50,360

7.8%
3,539

8.9%
3,103

8.6%
3,521

2012
Less Than High School

28.0%
7,672,024

28.8%
131,947

21.1%
1,011

24.8%
683

27.3%
960

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,195,271

14.2%
176,495

12.7%
2,320

17.5%
1,506

14.3%
1,852

Some College

10.8%
6,493,555

11.6%
137,932

9.3%
2,354

12.4%
1,821

9.9%
2,005

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,726,930

4.4%
46,123

4.8%
2,262

5.8%
1,958

4.7%
1,958

2011
Less Than High School

27.9%
7,784,811

26.8%
126,632

20.2%
1,359

20.2%
867

19.6%
987

High School Graduate

14.2%
8,113,171

13.4%
164,103

16.2%
3,025

16.3%
1,316

14.4%
1,734

Some College

10.5%
6,211,352

10.7%
126,794

10.7%
2,545

9.3%
1,284

11.1%
1,953

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
2,593,232

4.6%
47,552

7.1%
3,262

8.2%
2,672

7.7%
3,175

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

27.1%
7,246,267

28.2%
121,392

32.1%
2,005

36.2%
1,294

35.0%
1,640

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,189,960

13.8%
169,525

13.1%
2,663

17.2%
1,676

14.7%
2,123

Some College

10.4%
6,409,855

10.9%
131,502

10.7%
2,851

12.2%
1,841

10.9%
2,236

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,921,427

4.3%
48,199

6.1%
2,910

7.3%
2,557

6.6%
2,792

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree or More

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.47 of 61
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Unemployment: Annual Average Rate

Labor force, employment and unemployment are defined by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. The labor force includes people who are employed and those without a job who are actively looking for work and available for work. People who are not working or actively looking for work are not part of the labor force. Labor force and unemployment statistics are based on a survey sent to civilians in the US who are aged 16 and older living outside of institutions. The survey is not sent to people who live in institutions like corrections facilities or nursing homes. The survey is not sent to people on active duty in the Armed Forces.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone County
2017
Labor Force


160,320,000


3,050,713


97,496

Unemployed

4.4%
6,982,000

3.8%
114,587

2.6%
2,543

2016
Labor Force


159,187,000


3,079,559


98,256

Unemployed

4.9%
7,751,000

4.6%
140,250

3.3%
3,239

2015
Labor Force


157,130,000


3,077,535


98,904

Unemployed

5.3%
8,296,000

5.0%
154,428

3.5%
3,479

2014
Labor Force


155,922,000


3,048,576


97,699

Unemployed

6.2%
9,617,000

6.1%
186,855

4.2%
4,071

2013
Labor Force


155,389,000


3,020,202


97,547

Unemployed

7.4%
11,460,000

6.7%
202,767

4.5%
4,393

Data Source: BLS - Unemployment statistics based on the Current Population Survey (CPS) of people in the United States.48 of 61
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Low Birthweight for Full-Term Pregnancies

Number of low birthweight full-term births.

YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2010 - 2014
Black

5.6%
2,712

5.1%
64

White

2.6%
6,882

2.0%
146

2005 - 2009
Black

5.3%
2,585

6.4%
75

White

2.5%
7,232

2.1%
157

Data Source: DHSS - Most health data at the county and state level are available through MOPHIMS, the Missouri Public Health Information Management System. However, items on the Boone Indicators Dashboard with the data source “DHSS” were gathered through the Data and Statistics website of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, or directly from staff in the department.49 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).50 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).51 of 61
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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.

YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
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%

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: DESE - Education data at the school district level for the Boone Indicators Dashboard is pulled from DESE’s District and School Information page (https://mcds.dese.mo.gov/quickfacts/Pages/District-and-School-Information.aspx). Some additional data are collected directly from Columbia Public Schools District Details (https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/583).52 of 61
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Families in Poverty

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Black

20.0%
1,774,817

20.2%
31,875

-

-

-

White

7.8%
4,643,582

8.1%
105,541

-

-

-

2015
Total

10.6%
8,233,009

10.2%
155,080

-

-

-

Black

21.6%
1,908,648

23.8%
38,088

-

-

-

White

8.3%
4,929,120

8.2%
105,490

-

-

-

2014
Total

11.3%
8,738,311

10.7%
161,317

-

-

-

Black

23.0%
2,029,218

23.6%
35,287

-

-

-

White

8.8%
5,228,317

8.9%
115,465

-

-

-

2013
Total

11.6%
8,905,145

11.5%
175,804

-

-

-

Black

23.6%
2,073,551

24.8%
38,281

-

-

-

White

9.0%
5,352,541

9.7%
126,641

-

-

-

2012
Total

11.8%
9,054,116

11.7%
177,919

-

-

-

Black

24.2%
2,121,206

28.1%
42,831

-

-

-

White

9.1%
5,407,415

9.4%
122,598

-

-

-

2011
Total

11.7%
8,939,247

11.5%
176,069

-

-

-

Black

24.1%
2,101,429

25.3%
39,013

-

-

-

White

9.0%
5,329,988

9.4%
124,572

-

-

-

2012 - 2016
Black

22.3%
1,979,439

24.3%
37,886

25.8%
744

28.8%
632

25.9%
744

White

8.6%
5,109,453

8.8%
115,670

6.5%
2,133

7.2%
1,348

6.5%
1,634

2007 - 2011
Black

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.53 of 61
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Gini Index of Income Inequality

The Gini Index is a measure of income inequality ranging from 0 to 1. A value of 0 represents perfect income equality (everyone has the same income); a value of 1 represents complete inequality (one person has all the income and others have none).

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

.482

.465

.471

.496

.480

2015
Total

.482

.463

.479

.526

.495

2014
Total

.480

.463

.465

.484

.480

2013
Total

.481

.461

.491

.528

.516

2012
Total

.476

.461

.516

.531

.536

2011
Total

.475

.461

.469

.486

.480

2012 - 2016
Total

.480

.463

.484

.516

.501

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.54 of 61
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Individuals in Poverty

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

14.0%

14.0%

17.5%

19.7%

18.2%

Black

23.9%
9,366,792

24.8%
166,964

26.5%
4,195

29.8%
4,048

26.5%
4,192

White

11.6%
26,653,418

11.9%
579,170

16.0%
21,658

18.5%
15,455

16.4%
17,516

2015
Total

14.7%

14.8%

18.5%

24.6%

20.7%

Black

25.4%
9,905,872

28.0%
189,840

25.3%
3,829

-

25.2%
3,786

White

12.2%
28,027,149

12.5%
609,104

16.0%
21,363

22.4%
18,592

18.1%
19,184

2014
Total

15.5%

15.5%

20.7%

24.9%

22.8%

Black

27.0%
10,434,389

28.1%
190,604

-

-

-

White

12.8%
29,193,983

13.2%
640,712

17.9%
23,867

22.0%
18,358

19.8%
20,916

2013
Total

15.8%

15.9%

21.2%

27.2%

24.4%

Black

27.6%
10,538,290

28.9%
190,195

46.3%
4,953

46.7%
3,509

46.7%
4,921

White

13.0%
29,701,062

13.6%
659,725

19.0%
25,505

25.4%
21,951

22.1%
23,893

2012
Total

15.9%

16.2%

19.1%

24.6%

20.8%

Black

28.1%
10,665,149

31.6%
206,479

-

-

-

White

13.0%
29,493,814

13.5%
655,629

16.9%
22,355

21.5%
17,930

18.5%
19,804

2011
Total

15.9%

15.8%

21.0%

24.3%

22.4%

Black

28.1%
10,543,367

30.2%
198,035

39.3%
5,927

34.8%
4,191

40.1%
5,887

White

13.0%
29,260,632

13.3%
644,967

18.1%
23,429

22.0%
17,405

19.0%
19,272

2012 - 2016
Total

15.1%

15.3%

19.3%

23.6%

21.0%

Black

26.2%
10,111,248

28.3%
189,191

28.4%
3,879

31.3%
3,402

28.4%
3,850

White

12.4%
28,424,685

12.9%
628,648

17.0%
22,734

21.6%
18,153

18.6%
19,947

2007 - 2011
Black

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.55 of 61
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Mean Household Income by QuintileChart Available

Mean (average) household income by quintile. Each quintile contains 20% of households, with quintile 1 representing the 20% of households with the lowest income and quintile 5 representing the 20% with the highest income. The value given for each quintile represents the mean income for that quintile.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Top 5%

$378,330

$319,831

$305,339

$311,738

$311,810

Upper 20%

$209,909

$177,438

$174,619

$178,214

$177,543

60% to 80%

$92,075

$80,800

$84,271

$83,864

$84,163

40% to 60%

$57,968

$52,026

$53,661

$50,141

$52,863

20% to 40%

$34,089

$31,710

$29,576

$26,543

$28,784

Bottom 20%

$12,691

$12,383

$10,123

$7,820

$9,277

2015
Top 5%

$364,563

$301,234

$286,835

$323,178

$298,204

Upper 20%

$201,999

$169,879

$167,791

$178,743

$169,626

60% to 80%

$88,716

$78,181

$79,329

$75,376

$76,420

40% to 60%

$55,947

$50,145

$50,362

$44,479

$47,515

20% to 40%

$32,862

$30,240

$28,628

$23,205

$26,773

Bottom 20%

$12,365

$11,882

$7,644

$5,370

$6,740

2014
Top 5%

$346,522

$282,517

$262,688

$259,324

$278,964

Upper 20%

$194,187

$162,096

$158,773

$156,487

$164,085

60% to 80%

$86,113

$75,448

$78,340

$75,884

$78,177

40% to 60%

$54,081

$48,324

$49,749

$46,516

$48,562

20% to 40%

$31,714

$29,017

$28,480

$24,979

$27,375

Bottom 20%

$11,859

$10,959

$8,530

$6,921

$7,694

2013
Top 5%

$339,950

$271,719

$290,709

$311,945

$305,107

Upper 20%

$189,718

$156,930

$173,658

$182,887

$179,673

60% to 80%

$83,937

$73,041

$75,919

$75,703

$75,302

40% to 60%

$52,717

$47,075

$48,035

$43,519

$44,535

20% to 40%

$30,919

$28,263

$27,090

$22,813

$24,372

Bottom 20%

$11,544

$10,895

$8,157

$6,470

$7,269

2012
Top 5%

$319,918

$262,551

$361,281

$342,052

$393,546

Upper 20%

$181,455

$152,032

$184,677

$180,618

$193,689

60% to 80%

$81,953

$71,184

$75,381

$70,902

$74,266

40% to 60%

$51,590

$45,540

$45,159

$39,957

$42,838

20% to 40%

$30,226

$27,173

$25,958

$22,989

$24,981

Bottom 20%

$11,361

$10,574

$8,604

$7,677

$8,083

2011
Top 5%

$311,995

$266,147

$269,787

$270,543

$278,277

Upper 20%

$177,417

$152,661

$156,168

$159,797

$161,488

60% to 80%

$80,345

$70,888

$74,432

$74,181

$75,291

40% to 60%

$50,578

$45,461

$47,268

$45,735

$47,428

20% to 40%

$29,577

$27,460

$27,069

$25,159

$26,490

Bottom 20%

$11,186

$10,684

$9,241

$7,932

$8,540

2012 - 2016
Top 5%

$358,316

$294,666

$308,354

$323,846

$325,793

Upper 20%

$200,035

$167,583

$176,064

$182,338

$181,882

60% to 80%

$88,586

$77,373

$80,792

$79,307

$80,531

40% to 60%

$55,754

$49,649

$50,616

$45,976

$48,478

20% to 40%

$32,709

$29,887

$28,624

$24,670

$27,144

Bottom 20%

$12,243

$11,558

$8,893

$7,085

$8,043

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.56 of 61
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Median Earnings by Educational Attainment, Individuals 25 and older

25 and over

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

$21,839

$21,505

$25,767

$18,811

$20,918

High School Graduate

$29,969

$29,902

$29,951

$31,076

$31,243

Some College

$35,406

$32,334

$32,759

$31,739

$32,131

Bachelor's Degree

$51,676

$45,701

$41,116

$40,441

$41,185

Graduate or Professional Degree

$70,121

$57,229

$55,214

$56,661

$55,952

2015
Less Than High School

$21,320

$21,161

$25,327

$21,083

$22,022

High School Graduate

$29,004

$27,375

$30,457

$29,461

$30,228

Some College

$34,377

$32,114

$32,093

$32,782

$33,013

Bachelor's Degree

$50,930

$45,607

$38,570

$35,128

$35,912

Graduate or Professional Degree

$67,286

$57,209

$51,878

$56,349

$52,997

2014
Less Than High School

$20,542

$20,342

$26,238

$24,521

$27,782

High School Graduate

$27,809

$27,080

$26,331

$25,159

$25,813

Some College

$33,175

$31,398

$32,278

$30,337

$31,617

Bachelor's Degree

$50,450

$44,221

$37,751

$36,012

$39,459

Graduate or Professional Degree

$66,175

$55,536

$51,663

$51,279

$51,256

2013
Less Than High School

$20,149

$18,937

$11,928

$10,811

$11,511

High School Graduate

$27,350

$26,808

$26,367

$21,702

$24,776

Some College

$32,387

$30,858

$30,438

$26,546

$26,670

Bachelor's Degree

$50,050

$43,178

$36,646

$38,916

$36,984

Graduate or Professional Degree

$65,565

$55,820

$51,874

$51,944

$52,653

2012
Less Than High School

$19,404

$17,590

$17,033

$17,139

$17,248

High School Graduate

$27,024

$26,157

$23,205

$16,979

$20,541

Some College

$32,401

$30,532

$30,971

$30,749

$30,720

Bachelor's Degree

$49,157

$42,019

$38,249

$36,187

$37,879

Graduate or Professional Degree

$65,164

$53,564

$50,994

$50,470

$51,369

2011
Less Than High School

$18,794

$18,165

$19,715

$15,677

$17,946

High School Graduate

$26,699

$25,921

$24,222

$23,676

$24,271

Some College

$32,321

$30,564

$32,469

$34,122

$32,170

Bachelor's Degree

$48,309

$42,271

$39,366

$39,197

$40,359

Graduate or Professional Degree

$64,322

$54,139

$50,558

$50,413

$50,427

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

$20,924

$20,285

$21,311

$17,196

$20,152

High School Graduate

$28,672

$27,747

$27,639

$25,006

$27,049

Some College

$34,412

$31,870

$32,214

$31,479

$31,699

Bachelor's Degree

$51,094

$45,096

$40,173

$38,425

$39,971

Graduate or Professional Degree

$67,832

$56,958

$52,550

$53,398

$53,316

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree

-

-

-

-

-

Graduate or Professional Degree

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.57 of 61
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Median Income - Family Households

Median (midpoint) income for family households, including those with and without children. Family households include two or more individuals related by birth, marriage or adoption. Family income is the preferred measure of economic wellbeing in university communities like Columbia and Boone County, since the majority of the student population resides in non-family households. Household income (i.e. including both family and non-family households) is artificially low due to the student population.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Total

$71,062

$65,058

$74,674

$78,277

$76,663

Black

$47,056

$42,729

$32,150

$40,967

$32,177

White

$80,289

$69,126

$79,730

$85,431

$81,626

2015
Total

$68,260

$62,989

$72,446

$73,894

$72,026

Black

$45,014

$41,690

$50,351

$51,722

$50,351

White

$77,072

$66,635

$74,667

$80,463

$74,314

2014
Total

$65,910

$61,299

$72,913

$74,194

$74,361

Black

$42,820

$39,638

$41,163

$41,635

$41,163

White

$74,706

$64,432

$78,841

$79,897

$80,573

2013
Total

$64,030

$58,754

$67,798

$72,232

$70,173

Black

$41,562

$39,215

$19,723

$25,474

$19,723

White

$72,421

$61,900

$72,160

$80,319

$79,090

2012
Total

$62,527

$57,274

$70,564

$72,177

$71,801

Black

$40,946

$34,319

$33,765

$32,784

$33,765

White

$71,144

$60,535

$75,212

$79,624

$77,024

2011
Total

$61,455

$56,616

$66,189

$67,231

$69,828

Black

$40,140

$36,876

-

-

-

White

$69,715

$59,812

$67,436

$74,341

$74,746

2012 - 2016
Total

$67,871

$62,285

$72,896

$75,970

$74,727

Black

$44,531

$40,473

$40,904

$42,485

$40,938

White

$76,714

$65,808

$78,073

$83,536

$80,787

2007 - 2011
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Black

-

-

-

-

-

White

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.58 of 61
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

Poor persons 25+

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

25.4%
6,719,180

27.6%
112,575

32.4%
1,695

46.1%
1,167

43.7%
1,605

High School Graduate

13.9%
8,033,164

12.9%
158,470

10.8%
2,382

10.5%
1,155

8.6%
1,380

Some College

10.0%
6,231,962

10.0%
123,079

11.7%
3,646

13.8%
2,540

11.8%
2,872

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
3,021,527

3.8%
44,745

5.2%
2,405

6.0%
2,111

5.7%
2,340

2015
Less Than High School

26.5%
7,096,032

27.0%
116,072

26.4%
1,610

13.5%
456

13.4%
525

High School Graduate

14.1%
8,200,404

13.5%
166,799

14.0%
3,007

20.0%
2,433

15.4%
2,480

Some College

10.2%
6,311,030

10.2%
123,690

6.8%
1,705

8.1%
1,122

8.0%
1,558

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,962,974

4.6%
52,274

8.7%
4,381

11.0%
3,888

9.4%
4,085

2014
Less Than High School

27.8%
7,504,708

29.3%
126,001

28.1%
1,795

27.6%
911

29.8%
1,412

High School Graduate

14.7%
8,479,243

13.8%
171,720

12.3%
2,587

18.1%
1,760

15.5%
2,301

Some College

10.6%
6,523,713

11.0%
131,907

10.2%
2,791

11.8%
1,813

9.7%
1,982

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
2,982,201

4.3%
48,511

4.7%
2,100

5.4%
1,769

5.2%
2,100

2013
Less Than High School

27.7%
7,541,384

27.7%
119,990

40.2%
2,680

53.0%
2,470

44.6%
2,430

High School Graduate

14.6%
8,368,788

14.1%
175,274

16.9%
3,394

22.7%
1,963

21.0%
2,944

Some College

10.9%
6,642,558

12.1%
145,252

15.4%
4,218

16.5%
2,452

17.3%
3,569

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
2,972,533

4.6%
50,360

7.8%
3,539

8.9%
3,103

8.6%
3,521

2012
Less Than High School

28.0%
7,672,024

28.8%
131,947

21.1%
1,011

24.8%
683

27.3%
960

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,195,271

14.2%
176,495

12.7%
2,320

17.5%
1,506

14.3%
1,852

Some College

10.8%
6,493,555

11.6%
137,932

9.3%
2,354

12.4%
1,821

9.9%
2,005

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,726,930

4.4%
46,123

4.8%
2,262

5.8%
1,958

4.7%
1,958

2011
Less Than High School

27.9%
7,784,811

26.8%
126,632

20.2%
1,359

20.2%
867

19.6%
987

High School Graduate

14.2%
8,113,171

13.4%
164,103

16.2%
3,025

16.3%
1,316

14.4%
1,734

Some College

10.5%
6,211,352

10.7%
126,794

10.7%
2,545

9.3%
1,284

11.1%
1,953

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.4%
2,593,232

4.6%
47,552

7.1%
3,262

8.2%
2,672

7.7%
3,175

2012 - 2016
Less Than High School

27.1%
7,246,267

28.2%
121,392

32.1%
2,005

36.2%
1,294

35.0%
1,640

High School Graduate

14.3%
8,189,960

13.8%
169,525

13.1%
2,663

17.2%
1,676

14.7%
2,123

Some College

10.4%
6,409,855

10.9%
131,502

10.7%
2,851

12.2%
1,841

10.9%
2,236

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.5%
2,921,427

4.3%
48,199

6.1%
2,910

7.3%
2,557

6.6%
2,792

2007 - 2011
Less Than High School

-

-

-

-

-

High School Graduate

-

-

-

-

-

Some College

-

-

-

-

-

Bachelor's Degree or More

-

-

-

-

-

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.59 of 61
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Share of Aggregate Household Income by QuintileChart Available

Percentage of total income represented by households in the quintile. Each quintile contains 20% of households, which quintile 1 representing the 20% of households with the lowest income and quintile 5 representing the 20% with the highest income.

YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2016
Top 5%

23.3%

22.6%

21.7%

22.5%

22.1%

Upper 20%

51.6%

50.1%

49.6%

51.4%

50.4%

60% to 80%

22.6%
64,625,504

22.8%
1,218,600

23.9%
35,318.8

24.2%
24,121.2

23.9%
29,456.8

40% to 60%

14.3%
64,625,504

14.7%
1,218,600

15.2%
35,318.8

14.5%
24,121.2

15.0%
29,456.8

20% to 40%

8.4%
64,625,504

9.0%
1,218,600

8.4%
35,318.8

7.7%
24,121.2

8.2%
29,456.8

Bottom 20%

3.1%
64,625,504

3.5%
1,218,600

2.9%
35,318.8

2.3%
24,121.2

2.6%
29,456.8

2015
Top 5%

23.3%

22.1%

21.5%

24.7%

22.8%

Upper 20%

51.5%
23,183,336.8

49.9%
464,983.8

50.3%
13,659

54.6%
9,164.4

51.9%
11,334.6

60% to 80%

22.6%
23,183,336.8

23.0%
464,983.8

23.8%
13,659

23.0%
9,164.4

23.4%
11,334.6

40% to 60%

14.3%
23,183,336.8

14.7%
464,983.8

15.1%
13,659

13.6%
9,164.4

14.5%
11,334.6

20% to 40%

8.4%
23,183,336.8

8.9%
464,983.8

8.6%
13,659

7.1%
9,164.4

8.2%
11,334.6

Bottom 20%

3.2%
23,183,336.8

3.5%
464,983.8

2.3%
13,659

1.7%
9,164.4

2.1%
11,334.6

2014
Top 5%

22.9%

21.7%

20.3%

20.9%

21.4%

Upper 20%

51.4%
22,993,470

49.7%
460,802.2

49.0%
13,268

50.4%
8,942.4

50.4%
11,111.8

60% to 80%

22.8%
22,993,470

23.2%
460,802.2

24.2%
13,268

24.4%
8,942.4

24.0%
11,111.8

40% to 60%

14.3%
22,993,470

14.8%
460,802.2

15.4%
13,268

15.0%
8,942.4

14.9%
11,111.8

20% to 40%

8.4%
22,993,470

8.9%
460,802.2

8.8%
13,268

8.0%
8,942.4

8.4%
11,111.8

Bottom 20%

3.1%
22,993,470

3.4%
460,802.2

2.6%
13,268

2.2%
8,942.4

2.4%
11,111.8

2013
Top 5%

23.0%

21.5%

21.8%

23.5%

23.0%

Upper 20%

51.4%
22,809,855.2

49.6%
462,174.4

52.2%
13,275.4

55.2%
9,114.4

54.3%
11,287.8

60% to 80%

22.8%
22,809,855.2

23.1%
462,174.4

22.8%
13,275.4

22.8%
9,114.4

22.7%
11,287.8

40% to 60%

14.3%
22,809,855.2

14.9%
462,174.4

14.4%
13,275.4

13.1%
9,114.4

13.5%
11,287.8

20% to 40%

8.4%
22,809,855.2

8.9%
462,174.4

8.1%
13,275.4

6.9%
9,114.4

7.4%
11,287.8

Bottom 20%

3.1%
22,809,855.2

3.5%
462,174.4

2.5%
13,275.4

2.0%
9,114.4

2.2%
11,287.8

2012
Top 5%

22.4%

21.4%

26.6%

26.5%

28.6%

Upper 20%

50.9%
22,749,716.8

49.6%
461,385.4

54.4%
13,036.8

56.1%
8,756.2

56.3%
10,957.2

60% to 80%

23.0%
22,749,716.8

23.2%
461,385.4

22.2%
13,036.8

22.0%
8,756.2

21.6%
10,957.2

40% to 60%

14.5%
22,749,716.8

14.9%
461,385.4

13.3%
13,036.8

12.4%
8,756.2

12.5%
10,957.2

20% to 40%

8.5%
22,749,716.8

8.9%
461,385.4

7.6%
13,036.8

7.1%
8,756.2

7.3%
10,957.2

Bottom 20%

3.2%
22,749,716.8

3.5%
461,385.4

2.5%
13,036.8

2.4%
8,756.2

2.4%
10,957.2

2011
Top 5%

22.3%

21.7%

21.5%

21.6%

21.8%

Upper 20%

50.8%
22,555,977.6

49.7%
458,495.2

49.7%
12,417.6

51.1%
8,150.4

50.6%
10,219

60% to 80%

23.0%
22,555,977.6

23.1%
458,495.2

23.7%
12,417.6

23.7%
8,150.4

23.6%
10,219

40% to 60%

14.5%
22,555,977.6

14.8%
458,495.2

15.0%
12,417.6

14.6%
8,150.4

14.9%
10,219

20% to 40%

8.5%
22,555,977.6

8.9%
458,495.2

8.6%
12,417.6

8.0%
8,150.4

8.3%
10,219

Bottom 20%

3.2%
22,555,977.6

3.5%
458,495.2

2.9%
12,417.6

2.5%
8,150.4

2.7%
10,219

2012 - 2016
Top 5%

23.0%

21.9%

22.3%

23.9%

23.5%

Upper 20%

51.4%

49.9%

51.0%

53.7%

52.6%

60% to 80%

22.8%
63,711,635.2

23.0%
1,211,930.2

23.4%
34,554.6

23.4%
23,433

23.3%
29,010.8

40% to 60%

14.3%
63,711,635.2

14.8%
1,211,930.2

14.7%
34,554.6

13.6%
23,433

14.0%
29,010.8

20% to 40%

8.4%
63,711,635.2

8.9%
1,211,930.2

8.3%
34,554.6

7.3%
23,433

7.8%
29,010.8

Bottom 20%

3.2%
63,711,635.2

3.4%
1,211,930.2

2.6%
34,554.6

2.1%
23,433

2.3%
29,010.8

Data Source: ACS - The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ESTIMATE of each indicator, which means there is a margin of error. Future versions of the dashboard will display margins of error. For now, exercise caution with 1-year estimates for Boone County, the City of Columbia and the Columbia School District. The 5-year estimates (for example 2012-2016) are much more reliable.60 of 61
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Students Scoring Proficient on PALS-K

Percent of students who scored as proficient on the PALS-K. This data is available for Columbia Public Schools only.

YearByColumbia Schools
2016
Total

75.1%

Black

59.7%

White

83.4%

Hispanic

55.7%

2015
Total

75.8%

Black

57.6%

White

82.8%

Hispanic

62.8%

2014
Total

77.5%

Black

64.3%

White

83.2%

Hispanic

59.7%

2013
Total

84.3%

Black

72.2%

White

90.3%

Hispanic

64.0%

Data Source: CPS - 61 of 61
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