` Columbia BID Project

Populations: Children, Youth, and Families

High School Graduation Rate by School District (Adjusted 4 Year)

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

89.7%

97.1%

92.9%

94.6%

94.5%

85.7%

Black

83.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

93.0%

96.8%

95.5%

97.0%

96.9%

85.3%

Hispanic

85.1%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

89.1%

92.3%

97.1%

100.0%

97.7%

90.9%

Black

81.1%

-

-

-

-

-

White

90.8%

93.7%

97.0%

100.0%

97.5%

90.9%

Hispanic

85.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2020
Total

90.0%

97.5%

94.1%

92.1%

92.9%

93.8%

Black

79.2%

-

100.0%

-

100.0%

100.0%

White

93.5%

97.4%

94.6%

94.4%

93.1%

92.9%

Hispanic

90.1%

-

66.7%

-

100.0%

-

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as High School Graduation by School District. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4848
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High School Graduates Entering 2-Year College, 4-Year College, or Employment by School District

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

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YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
2-Year College

23.9%

18.2%

32.1%

38.2%

28.2%

25.8%

38.7%

4-Year College

34.0%

48.0%

33.9%

30.4%

43.6%

40.2%

0.0%

Employment

25.9%

15.1%

22.0%

25.5%

23.1%

21.2%

41.9%

Military

2.3%

1.6%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

1.0%

5.5%

0.0%

0.0%

6.8%

0.0%

2021
2-Year College

24.6%

16.8%

8.7%

21.6%

30.6%

30.2%

35.7%

4-Year College

34.3%

48.8%

26.7%

38.1%

33.3%

37.7%

0.0%

Employment

25.3%

14.5%

22.5%

33.0%

36.1%

17.0%

0.0%

Military

2.8%

2.0%

9.2%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

46.4%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.4%

1.9%

5.0%

0.0%

0.0%

12.3%

0.0%

2020
2-Year College

25.2%

18.2%

26.0%

22.4%

35.0%

22.4%

40.9%

4-Year College

36.2%

48.9%

37.5%

32.9%

25.0%

42.2%

18.2%

Employment

24.7%

16.7%

24.0%

10.5%

32.5%

20.0%

34.1%

Military

3.2%

1.5%

1.9%

5.3%

2.5%

10.4%

2.3%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

2.0%

1.9%

7.9%

0.0%

2.4%

4.5%

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. District Graduate Follow-up. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Where High School Graduates Go. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4764
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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. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

37.8%

37.1%

29.2%

56.7%

39.6%

19.2%

Black

12.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

49.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

27.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

37.5%

50.5%

40.0%

-

43.7%

-

Black

9.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

49.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

31.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

43.1%

63.8%

53.5%

48.7%

57.7%

45.7%

Black

13.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

55.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

31.0%

-

-

-

-

-

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. State of Missouri Report Card – Missouri Comprehensive Data Center. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Students Scoring Proficient or Advanced on English Language Arts MAP: Grade 3.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4845
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents adjusted housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. Households with missing values for housing cost or income have been removed from the analysis, resulting in ADJUSTED Housing Cost Burden.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

31.3%
120,317,267.0

25.8%
2,360,352.0

30.1%
71,586.0

34.2%
48,512.0

32.2%
60,107.0

Rent

49.4%
40,811,805.0

44.8%
726,672.0

50.7%
29,365.0

52.8%
24,181.0

51.6%
27,013.0

Own

22.0%
79,505,462.0

17.3%
1,633,680.0

15.8%
24,181.0

15.6%
24,331.0

16.3%
33,094.0

2016 - 2020
Total

31.3%
118,657,095.0

25.8%
2,364,524.0

29.8%
70,235.0

34.6%
48,111.0

32.0%
59,247.0

Rent

49.1%
40,484,226.0

44.5%
738,478.0

49.7%
30,171.0

53.4%
24,892.0

50.8%
27,964.0

Own

22.1%
78,172,869.0

17.4%
1,626,046.0

14.8%
40,064.0

14.5%
23,219.0

15.3%
31,283.0

2015 - 2019
Total

31.8%

26.4%

30.7%

34.8%

32.8%

Rent

49.6%

45.0%

51.5%

54.8%

52.6%

Own

22.5%

17.8%

14.9%

13.5%

14.9%

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4785
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Average Cost of Rent or Home Ownership Compared to Median Family Income

The percent of monthly income spent on housing as figured by median family income (divided by 12 months) compared to median monthly rent or mortgage cost.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Total

23.5%

13.6%

12.7%

12.7%

12.7%

Black

34.6%

20.2%

19.9%

17.7%

20.1%

White

21.9%

13.1%

12.3%

11.9%

12.0%

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Total

23.9%

20.7%

19.4%

20.1%

20.0%

Black

35.3%

30.7%

30.3%

28.1%

31.5%

White

22.3%

19.8%

18.7%

18.9%

18.9%

2016 - 2020
Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Total

16.4%

13.9%

13.2%

13.1%

13.3%

Black

24.3%

20.5%

23.4%

23.6%

24.0%

White

15.4%

13.2%

12.6%

12.2%

12.4%

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Total

24.3%

21.2%

21.0%

22.0%

22.0%

Black

36.0%

31.4%

37.3%

39.4%

38.1%

White

22.8%

20.2%

20.0%

20.4%

20.2%

Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Family income. United States Census [Table B19113]. United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Selected Housing Characteristics. United States Census [Table DP04]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Average Cost of Rent or Home Ownership Compared to Median Family Income. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4929
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Child Care Programs in Boone County

The total number of childcare centers in Boone County and the number of centers that accept subsidies from the Missouri Department of Social Services

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YearByBoone County
2023
Total Child Care Programs

150.00

Total Child Care Programs Accepting DSS Subsidy

59.00

2022
Total Child Care Programs

158.00

Total Child Care Programs Accepting DSS Subsidy

75.00

Suggested citation: Child Care Aware of America. 2022 Child Care Needs Assessments for: BOONE. MO County Supply Reports. https://mochildcareaware.org/data-and-community/mo-county-supply-reports/ Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Child Care Programs in Boone County. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4930. (end citation). Notes from Data Source: Data accessed on November 21, 2022. Child Care Aware® of Missouri works in partnership with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education - Office of Childhood to compile data on child care programs. Since child care programs change frequently, the Office of Childhood should always be contacted for the exact number of licensed programs and licensed capacity data (https://dese.mo.gov/childhood/child-care/find-care). Child Care Aware® of Missouri tracks data on licensed child care, early learning, and after-school programs across the state, as well as early learning and after-school programs that opt-in to regulations or list referrals to families. Child Care Aware® of Missouri recognizes that there are groups of preschool, child care, and after-school programs that may not be captured in these totals because they are not required to provide information about themselves to any authority. Child care facilities operated by religious organizations, and facilities that serve each child for no more than four hours a day are required by statute to be inspected but are exempt from licensure. Family child care homes that serve six or fewer children and child care provided by public or private K-12 education are some examples that are not subject to regulation. Child Care Aware® of Missouri, 955 Executive Parkway Drive, Suite 106, St. Louis, MO 63141 Phone: 800-200-9017, © Child Care Aware® of Missouri, 2022
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Child Poverty Rate

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Black

31.2%
3,120,620.0

33.6%
59,172.0

44.9%
1,961.0

46.8%
1,717.0

45.7%
1,961.0

White

13.0%
5,852,925.0

13.5%
136,402.0

7.8%
2,027.0

6.7%
993.0

7.6%
1,489.0

0-5

18.5%
3,535,591.0

18.4%
66,082.0

14.8%
1,487.0

15.6%
1,079.0

16.3%
1,381.0

Under 18

17.1%
12,443,424.0

16.9%
229,574.0

14.6%
5,382.0

14.9%
3,471.0

16.0%
4,766.0

2016 - 2020
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Black

31.8%
3,169,873.0

34.0%
59,545.0

45.0%
1,801.0

53.0%
1,763.0

45.1%
1,801.0

White

13.7%
6,345,279.0

14.0%
143,259.0

8.7%
2,225.0

6.3%
905.0

7.1%
1,367.0

0-5

18.9%
4,375,879.0

18.9%
82,280.0

15.0%
1,792.0

17.1%
1,329.0

16.7%
1,639.0

Under 18

17.5%
12,598,699.0

17.4%
233,927.0

15.3%
5,468.0

15.7%
3,518.0

16.0%
4,609.0

2015 - 2019
Total

-

-

-

-

-

American Indian and Alaska Native

32.2%
231,663.0

25.5%
1,306.0

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

Asian

10.6%
370,660.0

9.0%
2,199.0

10.9%
154.0

11.3%
154.0

11.0%
154.0

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

24.1%
35,458.0

36.0%
984.0

100.0%
28.0

100.0%
28.0

100.0%
28.0

Black

33.2%
3,346,711.0

36.2%
64,554.0

35.1%
1,474.0

40.1%
1,305.0

35.3%
1,474.0

White

14.8%
7,131,982.0

15.0%
156,224.0

8.7%
2,246.0

6.7%
958.0

7.2%
1,367.0

White Non Hispanic

11.1%
4,070,361.0

14.3%
140,200.0

8.4%
2,083.0

5.9%
795.0

6.7%
1,204.0

Two or More Races

18.8%
905,096.0

23.1%
17,484.0

24.5%
793.0

30.5%
746.0

27.3%
786.0

Other Race

29.2%
1,356,208.0

37.0%
9,320.0

70.0%
446.0

34.6%
101.0

70.0%
446.0

Hispanic

26.6%
4,839,972.0

28.9%
26,500.0

31.5%
612.0

22.9%
264.0

32.4%
611.0

0-5

20.3%
3,948,405.0

20.6%
89,699.0

14.3%
1,726.0

17.7%
1,471.0

15.6%
1,559.0

Under 18

18.5%
13,377,778.0

18.7%
252,071.0

14.5%
5,141.0

15.1%
3,292.0

15.1%
4,255.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months by Age. United States Census [Tables B17001, B17001A, B17001B, B17001C, B17001D, B17001E, B17001F, B17001G, B17001H & B17001I]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Child Poverty Rate. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4811
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Childcare Licensed Capacity

Capacity of licensed child care programs.

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YearByBoone County
2021
Licensed child care capacity

6,187.00

2020
Licensed child care capacity

5,953.00

2019
Licensed child care capacity

6,554.00

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Suggested citation: The Annie E. Casey Foundation- Kids Count Data Center. Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. US (United States) Census Bureau. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Child Care Licensed Capacity. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4767
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Families in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

8.9%
7,181,779.0

8.5%
131,137.0

6.5%
2,662.0

7.3%
1,839.0

6.9%
2,256.0

Black

17.8%
1,620,880.0

18.8%
28,396.0

23.9%
747.0

25.4%
685.0

23.9%
747.0

White

6.7%
3,930,856.0

7.1%
91,434.0

4.6%
1,564.0

4.6%
897.0

4.4%
1,158.0

2016 - 2020
Total

9.1%
7,245,704.0

8.9%
137,383.0

7.5%
3,072.0

8.5%
2,145.0

8.0%
2,633.0

Black

18.3%
1,650,548.0

19.1%
29,369.0

27.8%
866.0

31.2%
786.0

27.9%
866.0

White

7.0%
4,169,485.0

7.4%
96,884.0

4.8%
1,638.0

4.8%
938.0

4.5%
1,199.0

2015 - 2019
Total

9.5%
7,541,196.0

9.4%
145,021.0

8.5%
3,435.0

9.5%
2,377.0

8.9%
2,894.0

Black

19.2%
1,733,771.0

20.6%
32,191.0

25.8%
870.0

27.2%
730.0

25.9%
870.0

White

7.5%
4,499,472.0

7.7%
102,000.0

5.8%
1,960.0

6.1%
1,183.0

5.6%
1,449.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months. United States Census [Table S1702]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Families in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4809
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Family Households with Children in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

14.8%
4,644,531.0

14.5%
84,947.0

10.0%
1,702.0

10.6%
1,169.0

11.0%
1,506.0

2016 - 2020
Total

15.2%
4,734,760.0

15.1%
89,485.0

11.7%
1,995.0

12.3%
1,374.0

12.5%
1,727.0

2015 - 2019
Total

16.1%
4,995,254.0

16.2%
96,363.0

13.5%
2,294.0

14.8%
1,607.0

14.7%
2,005.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Families by Household Type by Number of Own Children Under 18 Years. United States Census [Table B17023]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Family Households with Children in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4814
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Food Insecurity

Percent of people experiencing food insecurity, defined by the USDA as a lack of consistent access to enough food for every person in a household to live an active, healthy life.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone County
2021
Total

10.5%

11.6%

11.0%

Under 18

12.8%

12.8%

9.9%

Suggested citation: Feeding America: Map the Meal Gap 2023: An Analysis of County and Congressional District Food Insecurity and County Food Cost in the United States in 2021. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Food Insecurity
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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). Warehouse data is updated twice a year and is as up to date as the data source when published.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2016 - 2020
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2015 - 2019
Total

0.480

0.460

0.460

0.490

0.480

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, GINI Index of Income Inequality. United States Census [Table B19083]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as GINI Index of Income Inequality.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4806
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Homelessness

The Missouri Balance of State (BoS) CoC conducts a Point-in-Time Count throughout its 101 county geographic area each year as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The count helps Missourians monitor trends in the homeless population and increases public awareness of homelessness. The unsheltered Point in Time Count was not conducted nationally in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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YearByBoone County
2023
Total

270.00

Sheltered

204.00

Unsheltered

66.00

2022
Total

336.00

Sheltered

281.00

Unsheltered

55.00

2020
Total

237.00

Sheltered

191.00

Unsheltered

46.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Balance of State Continuum of Care. A Report of Sheltered and Unsheltered Point-in-Time Count of Homelessness. Missouri Balance of State. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Homelessness. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4897
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Households Without a Vehicle

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

8.3%
10,349,174.0

6.5%
157,937.0

6.0%
4,351.0

7.2%
3,598.0

6.1%
3,754.0

2016 - 2020
Total

8.5%
10,344,521.0

6.6%
161,814.0

6.0%
4,335.0

7.5%
3,714.0

6.4%
3,908.0

2015 - 2019
Total

8.6%
10,395,713.0

6.9%
165,906.0

6.0%
4,254.0

7.2%
3,493.0

6.2%
3,703.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Physical Housing Characteristics for Occupied Housing Units. United States Census [Table S2504]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Households without a Vehicle. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4816 Households without a Vehicle Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center American Community Survey profile H5. Vehicles Available. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Households without a vehicle. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4816
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Individuals in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

12.6%
40,661,636.0

12.8%
762,023.0

16.8%
29,091.0

19.9%
23,021.0

18.6%
26,853.0

Black

21.7%
8,630,739.0

23.5%
155,844.0

36.0%
5,816.0

36.9%
5,088.0

36.1%
5,779.0

White

10.3%
22,616,705.0

10.9%
523,182.0

13.7%
18,873.0

16.9%
14,598.0

15.2%
16,787.0

2016 - 2020
Total

12.8%
40,910,328.0

13.0%
772,992.0

16.9%
28,752.0

20.2%
23,047.0

18.5%
26,241.0

Black

22.1%
8,726,814.0

23.6%
157,184.0

36.9%
5,678.0

41.3%
5,395.0

36.9%
5,657.0

White

10.6%
23,820,939.0

11.2%
540,189.0

13.8%
18,790.0

16.7%
14,329.0

14.9%
16,333.0

2015 - 2019
Total

13.4%
42,510,844.0

13.7%
810,045.0

17.9%
30,183.0

21.8%
24,500.0

19.6%
27,438.0

Black

23.0%
9,114,217.0

24.8%
165,414.0

32.1%
4,950.0

35.1%
4,472.0

32.1%
4,926.0

White

11.2%
25,658,220.0

11.7%
569,988.0

15.0%
20,464.0

18.7%
16,027.0

16.4%
17,804.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Individuals in Poverty. United States Census [Table S1702]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Individuals in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4810  
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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.

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2017 - 2021
Under 19

5.3%
4,168,731.0

6.0%
87,904.0

4.0%
1,644.0

3.8%
1,014.0

4.0%
1,368.0

Under 65

10.3%
28,074,636.0

11.3%
570,528.0

8.3%
13,116.0

8.3%
9,199.0

8.6%
11,560.0

2016 - 2020
Under 19

5.2%
4,016,835.0

5.8%
84,423.0

3.6%
1,454.0

3.4%
884.0

3.3%
1,095.0

Under 65

10.2%
27,657,317.0

11.2%
560,689.0

7.8%
12,188.0

7.8%
8,445.0

7.9%
10,467.0

2015 - 2019
Under 19

5.1%
3,945,906.0

5.6%
81,097.0

4.1%
1,638.0

3.6%
927.0

4.1%
1,338.0

Under 65

10.3%
27,856,143.0

11.1%
555,130.0

7.9%
12,257.0

7.6%
8,209.0

7.9%
10,462.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Age by Disability Status by Health Insurance Coverage. United States Census [Table B18135]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as People Without Health Insurance. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4861 People without Health Insurance Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center ACS profile E11. Insurance Coverage. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as People without Health Insurance. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4861
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

23.9%
5,781,450.0

25.9%
93,220.0

24.0%
1,292.0

28.7%
893.0

27.7%
1,100.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,859,604.0

13.5%
166,565.0

12.8%
2,888.0

16.0%
1,919.0

14.6%
2,420.0

Some College

10.4%
5,998,285.0

10.1%
117,016.0

11.2%
2,819.0

12.7%
1,916.0

12.3%
2,394.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
3,248,758.0

4.0%
48,890.0

7.0%
2,760.0

8.6%
2,316.0

7.6%
2,540.0

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

24.1%
5,938,811.0

26.1%
97,451.0

24.7%
1,380.0

29.7%
932.0

29.4%
1,219.0

High School Graduate

13.4%
7,742,041.0

13.2%
162,898.0

12.1%
2,651.0

15.4%
1,757.0

13.3%
2,121.0

Some College

10.3%
5,973,583.0

10.2%
117,917.0

12.2%
3,044.0

14.0%
2,063.0

13.1%
2,544.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,122,654.0

4.0%
47,856.0

7.3%
2,860.0

9.2%
2,444.0

8.1%
2,685.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

24.9%
6,341,225.0

27.0%
107,161.0

28.4%
1,598.0

30.7%
958.0

30.7%
1,257.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,858,253.0

13.1%
160,807.0

11.3%
2,518.0

13.7%
1,625.0

11.6%
1,890.0

Some College

9.6%
6,042,361.0

10.5%
121,133.0

12.7%
3,189.0

14.6%
2,092.0

13.8%
2,706.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.3%
3,031,326.0

4.1%
47,781.0

7.9%
3,020.0

10.0%
2,645.0

8.6%
2,815.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Individuals by Educational Attainment. United States Census [Table C17003]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4812
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Refugee Arrivals

Number of refugees who arrived through the US Refugee Administration resettlement process.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Total

2,544.00

94.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Office of Refugee Administration. 2022 Missouri Arrival Numbers. https://moora.org/data-reports Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Refugee Arrivals.
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents adjusted housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. Households with missing values for housing cost or income have been removed from the analysis, resulting in ADJUSTED Housing Cost Burden.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

31.3%
120,317,267.0

25.8%
2,360,352.0

30.1%
71,586.0

34.2%
48,512.0

32.2%
60,107.0

Rent

49.4%
40,811,805.0

44.8%
726,672.0

50.7%
29,365.0

52.8%
24,181.0

51.6%
27,013.0

Own

22.0%
79,505,462.0

17.3%
1,633,680.0

15.8%
24,181.0

15.6%
24,331.0

16.3%
33,094.0

2016 - 2020
Total

31.3%
118,657,095.0

25.8%
2,364,524.0

29.8%
70,235.0

34.6%
48,111.0

32.0%
59,247.0

Rent

49.1%
40,484,226.0

44.5%
738,478.0

49.7%
30,171.0

53.4%
24,892.0

50.8%
27,964.0

Own

22.1%
78,172,869.0

17.4%
1,626,046.0

14.8%
40,064.0

14.5%
23,219.0

15.3%
31,283.0

2015 - 2019
Total

31.8%

26.4%

30.7%

34.8%

32.8%

Rent

49.6%

45.0%

51.5%

54.8%

52.6%

Own

22.5%

17.8%

14.9%

13.5%

14.9%

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4785
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Non-Adjusted)

This indicator includes housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. 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.

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2017 - 2021
Total

30.3%
37,625,113.0

25.0%
608,095.0

29.5%
21,564.0

33.4%
16,565.0

31.5%
19,352.0

Rent

46.0%
20,169,402.0

41.3%
325,273.0

48.6%
14,879.0

50.9%
12,767.0

49.7%
13,949.0

Own

21.8%
17,455,711.0

17.2%
282,822.0

15.7%
6,685.0

15.5%
3,798.0

16.2%
5,403.0

2016 - 2020
Total

30.4%
37,128,748.0

25.0%
610,831.0

29.1%
20,908.0

33.8%
16,662.0

31.3%
18,986.0

Rent

45.7%
19,886,052.0

40.9%
328,688.0

47.4%
14,984.0

51.3%
13,304.0

48.6%
14,205.0

Own

21.9%
17,242,696.0

17.2%
282,143.0

14.7%
5,924.0

14.3%
3,358.0

15.2%
4,781.0

2015 - 2019
Total

30.8%
37,249,895.0

25.5%
616,342.0

29.8%
21,047.0

33.6%
16,215.0

31.8%
18,905.0

Rent

46.0%
20,002,945.0

41.4%
332,065.0

48.5%
15,218.0

51.9%
13,160.0

49.8%
14,377.0

Own

22.3%
17,246,950.0

17.6%
284,277.0

14.8%
5,829.0

13.4%
3,055.0

14.8%
4,528.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Non-Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4784
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Families in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

8.9%
7,181,779.0

8.5%
131,137.0

6.5%
2,662.0

7.3%
1,839.0

6.9%
2,256.0

Black

17.8%
1,620,880.0

18.8%
28,396.0

23.9%
747.0

25.4%
685.0

23.9%
747.0

White

6.7%
3,930,856.0

7.1%
91,434.0

4.6%
1,564.0

4.6%
897.0

4.4%
1,158.0

2016 - 2020
Total

9.1%
7,245,704.0

8.9%
137,383.0

7.5%
3,072.0

8.5%
2,145.0

8.0%
2,633.0

Black

18.3%
1,650,548.0

19.1%
29,369.0

27.8%
866.0

31.2%
786.0

27.9%
866.0

White

7.0%
4,169,485.0

7.4%
96,884.0

4.8%
1,638.0

4.8%
938.0

4.5%
1,199.0

2015 - 2019
Total

9.5%
7,541,196.0

9.4%
145,021.0

8.5%
3,435.0

9.5%
2,377.0

8.9%
2,894.0

Black

19.2%
1,733,771.0

20.6%
32,191.0

25.8%
870.0

27.2%
730.0

25.9%
870.0

White

7.5%
4,499,472.0

7.7%
102,000.0

5.8%
1,960.0

6.1%
1,183.0

5.6%
1,449.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months. United States Census [Table S1702]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Families in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4809
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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). Warehouse data is updated twice a year and is as up to date as the data source when published.

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2017 - 2021
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2016 - 2020
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2015 - 2019
Total

0.480

0.460

0.460

0.490

0.480

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, GINI Index of Income Inequality. United States Census [Table B19083]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as GINI Index of Income Inequality.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4806
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Individuals in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

12.6%
40,661,636.0

12.8%
762,023.0

16.8%
29,091.0

19.9%
23,021.0

18.6%
26,853.0

Black

21.7%
8,630,739.0

23.5%
155,844.0

36.0%
5,816.0

36.9%
5,088.0

36.1%
5,779.0

White

10.3%
22,616,705.0

10.9%
523,182.0

13.7%
18,873.0

16.9%
14,598.0

15.2%
16,787.0

2016 - 2020
Total

12.8%
40,910,328.0

13.0%
772,992.0

16.9%
28,752.0

20.2%
23,047.0

18.5%
26,241.0

Black

22.1%
8,726,814.0

23.6%
157,184.0

36.9%
5,678.0

41.3%
5,395.0

36.9%
5,657.0

White

10.6%
23,820,939.0

11.2%
540,189.0

13.8%
18,790.0

16.7%
14,329.0

14.9%
16,333.0

2015 - 2019
Total

13.4%
42,510,844.0

13.7%
810,045.0

17.9%
30,183.0

21.8%
24,500.0

19.6%
27,438.0

Black

23.0%
9,114,217.0

24.8%
165,414.0

32.1%
4,950.0

35.1%
4,472.0

32.1%
4,926.0

White

11.2%
25,658,220.0

11.7%
569,988.0

15.0%
20,464.0

18.7%
16,027.0

16.4%
17,804.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Individuals in Poverty. United States Census [Table S1702]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Individuals in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4810  
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Mean Household Income by Quintile

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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Top 5%

$453,167

$371,277

$361,573

$349,625

$370,997

Upper 20%

$250,618

$207,969

$212,006

$209,945

$216,251

60% to 80%

$109,673

$94,991

$96,588

$92,501

$95,189

40% to 60%

$69,508

$61,309

$62,381

$57,441

$59,803

20% to 40%

$41,089

$37,099

$36,866

$32,831

$35,184

Bottom 20%

$15,091

$14,394

$13,715

$11,774

$12,786

2016 - 2020
Top 5%

$427,583

$349,533

$331,347

$338,855

$339,254

Upper 20%

$236,069

$195,397

$198,680

$203,299

$202,602

60% to 80%

$103,277

$89,320

$91,185

$87,478

$89,534

40% to 60%

$65,388

$57,612

$58,666

$53,305

$56,096

20% to 40%

$38,637

$34,946

$34,768

$30,556

$33,157

Bottom 20%

$14,364

$13,693

$12,955

$10,698

$11,955

2015 - 2019
Top 5%

$413,654

$339,267

$318,270

$333,846

$327,225

Upper 20%

$228,670

$190,290

$187,536

$194,474

$190,868

60% to 80%

$100,061

$86,972

$88,676

$87,363

$87,364

40% to 60%

$63,218

$55,905

$56,075

$52,171

$53,965

20% to 40%

$37,214

$33,855

$33,030

$29,861

$31,900

Bottom 20%

$13,870

$13,281

$11,876

$9,765

$11,053

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Mean Household Income of Quintiles. United States Census [Table B19081]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Mean Household Income by Quintile. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4820
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Median Earnings by Educational Attainment, Individuals 25 and older

Median earnings by educational attainment of people 25 and older.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

$26,954

$26,400

$32,792

$22,861

$25,909

High School Graduate

$33,878

$32,836

$31,885

$29,135

$29,759

Some College

$40,352

$38,030

$37,461

$34,090

$34,978

Bachelor's Degree

$59,717

$53,696

$49,191

$48,888

$49,087

Graduate or Professional Degree

$79,241

$66,301

$62,339

$59,563

$62,176

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

$25,351

$25,089

$28,930

$25,134

$25,862

High School Graduate

$32,002

$31,391

$31,353

$28,190

$29,641

Some College

$38,258

$35,914

$34,848

$33,017

$33,510

Bachelor's Degree

$56,152

$50,856

$46,190

$45,738

$45,793

Graduate or Professional Degree

$75,328

$63,088

$60,142

$56,883

$59,486

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

$24,071

$23,275

$26,676

$21,489

$24,248

High School Graduate

$31,264

$30,658

$30,532

$28,781

$29,392

Some College

$37,471

$35,102

$33,322

$32,352

$32,420

Bachelor's Degree

$54,925

$50,042

$44,206

$43,126

$43,623

Graduate or Professional Degree

$74,253

$62,076

$55,556

$55,546

$55,514

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Earnings in the Past 12 Months (Inflation-Adjusted Dollars). United States Census [Table S2001]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Median Earnings by Educational Attainment, Individuals 25 and older. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4822
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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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

$85,028

$77,976

$87,935

$88,210

$88,682

Black

$57,636

$52,538

$56,341

$63,250

$56,347

White

$91,242

$81,463

$91,143

$94,032

$93,814

2016 - 2020
Total

$80,069

$72,834

$80,817

$81,392

$80,647

Black

$54,037

$49,250

$45,586

$45,303

$45,565

White

$85,382

$76,171

$84,863

$87,551

$86,090

2015 - 2019
Total

$77,263

$70,398

$78,103

$80,312

$78,125

Black

$51,782

$46,193

$39,497

$45,005

$39,420

White

$82,349

$73,855

$83,287

$87,176

$84,403

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Income Family Households. United States Census [Tables B19113, B19113A, B19113B]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Median Income-Family Households. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4828
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

23.9%
5,781,450.0

25.9%
93,220.0

24.0%
1,292.0

28.7%
893.0

27.7%
1,100.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,859,604.0

13.5%
166,565.0

12.8%
2,888.0

16.0%
1,919.0

14.6%
2,420.0

Some College

10.4%
5,998,285.0

10.1%
117,016.0

11.2%
2,819.0

12.7%
1,916.0

12.3%
2,394.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
3,248,758.0

4.0%
48,890.0

7.0%
2,760.0

8.6%
2,316.0

7.6%
2,540.0

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

24.1%
5,938,811.0

26.1%
97,451.0

24.7%
1,380.0

29.7%
932.0

29.4%
1,219.0

High School Graduate

13.4%
7,742,041.0

13.2%
162,898.0

12.1%
2,651.0

15.4%
1,757.0

13.3%
2,121.0

Some College

10.3%
5,973,583.0

10.2%
117,917.0

12.2%
3,044.0

14.0%
2,063.0

13.1%
2,544.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,122,654.0

4.0%
47,856.0

7.3%
2,860.0

9.2%
2,444.0

8.1%
2,685.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

24.9%
6,341,225.0

27.0%
107,161.0

28.4%
1,598.0

30.7%
958.0

30.7%
1,257.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,858,253.0

13.1%
160,807.0

11.3%
2,518.0

13.7%
1,625.0

11.6%
1,890.0

Some College

9.6%
6,042,361.0

10.5%
121,133.0

12.7%
3,189.0

14.6%
2,092.0

13.8%
2,706.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.3%
3,031,326.0

4.1%
47,781.0

7.9%
3,020.0

10.0%
2,645.0

8.6%
2,815.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Individuals by Educational Attainment. United States Census [Table C17003]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4812
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Share of Aggregate Household Income by Quintile

Percentage of total income represented by households in the 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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Upper 20%

51.6%

50.0%

50.3%

51.9%

51.6%

60% to 80%

22.6%

22.9%

22.9%

22.9%

22.7%

40% to 60%

14.3%

14.8%

14.8%

14.2%

14.3%

20% to 40%

8.5%

8.9%

8.8%

8.1%

8.4%

Bottom 20%

3.1%

3.5%

3.3%

2.9%

3.1%

2016 - 2020
Upper 20%

51.6%

50.0%

50.1%

52.8%

51.5%

60% to 80%

22.6%

22.9%

23.0%

22.7%

22.8%

40% to 60%

14.3%

14.7%

14.8%

13.8%

14.3%

20% to 40%

8.4%

8.9%

8.8%

7.9%

8.4%

Bottom 20%

3.1%

3.5%

3.3%

2.8%

3.0%

2015 - 2019
Upper 20%

51.6%

50.0%

49.7%

52.1%

50.9%

60% to 80%

22.6%

22.9%

23.5%

23.4%

23.3%

40% to 60%

14.3%

14.7%

14.9%

14.0%

14.4%

20% to 40%

8.4%

8.9%

8.8%

8.0%

8.5%

Bottom 20%

3.1%

3.5%

3.2%

2.6%

3.0%

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Shares of Aggregate Household Income by Quintile. United States Census [Table B19082]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Share of Aggregate Household Income by Quintile. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4818
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Low Birthweight for Full-Term Pregnancies

Number of low birthweight full-term births.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

3.00 Per 100 resident live births
9,703.00

2.88 Per 100 resident live births
266.00

Black

5.84 Per 100 resident live births
2,868.00

5.83 Per 100 resident live births
79.00

White

2.44 Per 100 resident live births
6,207.00

2.24 Per 100 resident live births
158.00

2015 - 2019
Total

2.89 Per 100 resident live births
9,807.00

3.10 Per 100 resident live births
289.00

Black

5.73 Per 100 resident live births
2,827.00

6.39 Per 100 resident live births
86.00

White

2.44 Per 100 resident live births
6,364.00

2.37 Per 100 resident live births
169.00

2014 - 2018
Total

2.64 Per 100 resident live births
9,799.00

2.69 Per 100 resident live births
281.00

Black

4.88 Per 100 resident live births
2,816.00

5.58 Per 100 resident live births
89.00

White

2.20 Per 100 resident live births
6,413.00

2.00 Per 100 resident live births
159.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Births. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Birth MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Low Birthweight for Full-Term Pregnancies. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4876
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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. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

37.8%

37.1%

29.2%

56.7%

39.6%

19.2%

Black

12.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

49.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

27.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

37.5%

50.5%

40.0%

-

43.7%

-

Black

9.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

49.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

31.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

43.1%

63.8%

53.5%

48.7%

57.7%

45.7%

Black

13.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

55.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

31.0%

-

-

-

-

-

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

Percentage of students in Grade 6 who scored proficient or above on the Language Arts section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

39.7%

54.1%

36.6%

47.0%

48.7%

31.6%

Black

13.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

60.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

33.3%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

41.7%

39.2%

35.8%

41.0%

45.6%

-

Black

7.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

56.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

25.1%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

47.9%

54.1%

45.6%

21.6%

37.1%

52.7%

Black

13.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

62.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

30.3%

-

-

-

-

-

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

Percentage of students in Grade 6 who scored proficient or above on the Math section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

37.4%

63.5%

41.1%

49.0%

49.7%

13.1%

Black

9.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

50.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

24.5%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

31.6%

51.0%

44.7%

33.3%

37.3%

34.4%

Black

3.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

42.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

14.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

47.4%

49.2%

52.0%

23.6%

40.0%

44.8%

Black

12.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

61.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

29.7%

-

-

-

-

-

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

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than 9th Grade

4.8%
10,793,507.0

2.8%
115,606.0

1.9%
2,159.0

2.0%
1,405.0

1.8%
1,644.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.3%
14,256,849.0

6.3%
261,933.0

3.1%
3,383.0

2.5%
1,810.0

2.7%
2,426.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

26.5%
59,636,386.0

30.5%
1,276,601.0

20.9%
23,120.0

17.5%
12,389.0

18.8%
17,025.0

Some College

20.0%
45,042,031.0

21.6%
905,553.0

18.2%
20,202.0

17.6%
12,478.0

17.9%
16,181.0

Associates Degree

8.7%
19,614,710.0

8.2%
342,927.0

7.4%
8,200.0

6.6%
4,716.0

6.8%
6,202.0

Bachelor's Degree

20.6%
46,354,332.0

18.9%
789,957.0

27.1%
30,021.0

28.4%
20,137.0

28.2%
25,548.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

13.1%
29,454,504.0

11.8%
495,242.0

21.4%
23,731.0

25.4%
18,060.0

23.9%
21,620.0

2016 - 2020
Less Than 9th Grade

4.9%
10,923,030.0

2.9%
121,333.0

2.2%
2,386.0

2.1%
1,443.0

2.1%
1,862.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.6%
49,724.0

6.5%
4,257.0

3.2%
3,446.0

2.7%
1,865.0

2.8%
2,451.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

26.7%
153,144.0

30.5%
1,275,987.0

20.6%
22,402.0

17.1%
11,895.0

18.5%
16,478.0

Some College

20.3%
45,242,162.0

22.0%
920,515.0

19.0%
20,659.0

18.3%
12,749.0

18.6%
16,604.0

Associates Degree

8.6%
19,254,254.0

8.1%
336,661.0

7.4%
8,049.0

6.5%
4,535.0

6.9%
6,107.0

Bachelor's Degree

20.2%
45,034,608.0

18.4%
770,259.0

27.0%
29,384.0

28.1%
19,573.0

27.9%
24,811.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.7%
28,321,710.0

11.5%
480,325.0

20.7%
22,580.0

25.2%
17,539.0

23.3%
20,763.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than 9th Grade

5.1%
11,284,290.0

3.1%
130,008.0

1.9%
2,080.0

1.7%
1,145.0

1.8%
1,603.0

9th-12th Grade, No Diploma

6.9%
15,187,971.0

6.9%
288,258.0

3.5%
3,754.0

3.1%
2,116.0

3.0%
2,633.0

High School Graduate (or Equivalent)

20.4%
45,044,698.0

22.2%
919,879.0

19.8%
21,198.0

18.7%
12,773.0

19.3%
16,800.0

Some College

20.4%
45,044,698.0

22.2%
919,879.0

19.8%
21,198.0

18.7%
12,773.0

19.7%
17,164.0

Associates Degree

8.5%
18,712,208.0

7.9%
328,720.0

7.3%
7,841.0

6.2%
4,252.0

6.8%
5,909.0

Bachelor's Degree

19.8%
43,646,104.0

18.0%
745,843.0

26.1%
27,959.0

27.4%
18,748.0

26.9%
23,432.0

Graduate or Professional Degree

12.4%
27,274,058.0

11.2%
466,719.0

19.9%
21,338.0

24.8%
16,961.0

22.6%
19,672.0

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

Includes measures of Literacy and Numeracy

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YearByColumbia Schools
2021
Kindergarten Literacy

59.8%

Kindergarten Numeracy

71.3%

2020
Kindergarten Literacy

55.5%

Kindergarten Numeracy

62.7%

2019
Kindergarten Literacy

65.1%

Kindergarten Numeracy

68.2%

Suggested citation: Scorecard by Columbia Public Schools. Columbia Public Schools Balanced Scorecard. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Kindergarten Readiness. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4908
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People With Disabilities Receiving Special Education Services by School District

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YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2023
Under 5

11,722.00

227.00

8.00

9.00

-

15.00

8.00

5-21

13.4%
115,657.0

10.6%
1,930.0

8.5%
110.0

10.6%
159.0

6.5%
37.0

9.3%
181.0

9.9%
149.0

2022
Under 5

10,637.00

196.00

-

11.00

-

17.00

5.00

5-21

13.3%
114,899.0

10.3%
1,842.0

8.7%
113.0

9.9%
147.0

7.9%
44.0

8.9%
169.0

12.4%
50.0

2021
Under 5


10,155.00

162.00

-

16.00

-

18.00

-

5-21

13.5%
115,909.0

10.4%
1,848.0

10.9%
143.0

9.3%
130.0

8.5%
49.0

9.4%
168.0

12.3%
49.0

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

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

23.9%
5,781,450.0

25.9%
93,220.0

24.0%
1,292.0

28.7%
893.0

27.7%
1,100.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,859,604.0

13.5%
166,565.0

12.8%
2,888.0

16.0%
1,919.0

14.6%
2,420.0

Some College

10.4%
5,998,285.0

10.1%
117,016.0

11.2%
2,819.0

12.7%
1,916.0

12.3%
2,394.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
3,248,758.0

4.0%
48,890.0

7.0%
2,760.0

8.6%
2,316.0

7.6%
2,540.0

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

24.1%
5,938,811.0

26.1%
97,451.0

24.7%
1,380.0

29.7%
932.0

29.4%
1,219.0

High School Graduate

13.4%
7,742,041.0

13.2%
162,898.0

12.1%
2,651.0

15.4%
1,757.0

13.3%
2,121.0

Some College

10.3%
5,973,583.0

10.2%
117,917.0

12.2%
3,044.0

14.0%
2,063.0

13.1%
2,544.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,122,654.0

4.0%
47,856.0

7.3%
2,860.0

9.2%
2,444.0

8.1%
2,685.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

24.9%
6,341,225.0

27.0%
107,161.0

28.4%
1,598.0

30.7%
958.0

30.7%
1,257.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,858,253.0

13.1%
160,807.0

11.3%
2,518.0

13.7%
1,625.0

11.6%
1,890.0

Some College

9.6%
6,042,361.0

10.5%
121,133.0

12.7%
3,189.0

14.6%
2,092.0

13.8%
2,706.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.3%
3,031,326.0

4.1%
47,781.0

7.9%
3,020.0

10.0%
2,645.0

8.6%
2,815.0

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

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

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YearByColumbia Schools
2022
Total

63.5%

Black

49.2%

White

71.9%

Hispanic

61.8%

2021
Total

92.4%

Black

80.3%

White

94.5%

Hispanic

88.7%

2020
Total

85.1%

Black

76.6%

White

89.4%

Hispanic

78.2%

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

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

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YearByColumbia Schools
2022
Total

58.1%

Black

50.5%

White

68.2%

Hispanic

52.2%

2021
Total

83.4%

Black

68.9%

White

86.0%

Hispanic

81.2%

2020
Total

80.7%

Black

68.0%

White

85.5%

Hispanic

74.4%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

17.0%

13.9%

Black

20.8%

22.8%

White

16.1%

13.0%

2020
Total

14.4%

15.0%

Black

17.1%

16.7%

White

13.9%

14.8%

2019
Total

15.6%

15.7%

Black

19.2%

20.3%

White

14.8%

15.0%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

24.0%

14.7%

Black

29.8%

24.6%

White

22.3%

14.3%

2020
Total

27.2%

16.4%

Black

29.5%

18.1%

White

22.9%

15.8%

2019
Total

18.4%

14.2%

Black

24.7%

21.9%

White

16.7%

13.6%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

10.9%

8.2%

Black

20.2%

17.3%

White

7.6%

8.1%

2020
Total

12.4%

12.5%

Black

20.5%

17.4%

White

9.7%

12.1%

2019
Total

17.6%

11.6%

Black

33.2%

18.9%

White

12.9%

11.4%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

12.9%

10.8%

Black

20.3%

17.5%

White

10.1%

10.4%

2020
Total

10.2%

11.0%

Black

16.9%

12.5%

White

8.6%

10.7%

2019
Total

14.5%

12.2%

Black

23.3%

15.6%

White

11.5%

11.7%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

3.0%

4.2%

Black

6.8%

6.1%

White

1.7%

4.4%

2020
Total

1.9%

5.9%

Black

2.5%

5.8%

White

1.7%

5.3%

2019
Total

8.6%

8.9%

Black

17.3%

7.8%

White

5.8%

6.7%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

4.4%

5.0%

Black

5.7%

8.8%

White

3.9%

4.8%

2020
Total

3.1%

3.4%

Black

4.0%

4.2%

White

3.1%

3.3%

2019
Total

4.5%

4.4%

Black

6.7%

6.3%

White

6.7%

2.3%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

0.8%

0.8%

Black

1.0%

1.0%

White

0.7%

0.8%

2020
Total

0.1%

1.0%

Black

0.1%

0.0%

White

0.1%

1.0%

2019
Total

1.7%

0.8%

Black

2.3%

1.1%

White

1.5%

0.8%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

17.5%

12.8%

Black

30.0%

35.1%

White

13.7%

13.9%

2020
Total

14.5%

10.0%

Black

25.1%

22.2%

White

12.1%

9.8%

2019
Total

14.7%

10.1%

Black

27.2%

15.6%

White

11.1%

9.6%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

7.1%

5.2%

Black

5.2%

6.1%

White

5.0%

13.4%

2020
Total

3.4%

6.6%

Black

4.7%

8.3%

White

3.2%

6.2%

2019
Total

11.6%

6.7%

Black

23.4%

10.0%

White

8.2%

6.8%

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Suggested citation: Boone County Schools Mental Health Coalition. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard Indicator as Students At-risk for Emotion Regulation Issues (Teacher Rated). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4920
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Students At-risk for Externalizing Behavior Issues (Student Rated)

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

13.6%

11.5%

Black

25.9%

28.1%

White

9.8%

10.3%

2020
Total

9.7%

12.3%

Black

18.3%

25.0%

White

7.5%

11.8%

2019
Total

14.6%

12.3%

Black

27.8%

26.6%

White

10.9%

12.1%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

6.9%

5.0%

Black

13.7%

9.2%

White

4.7%

4.9%

2020
Total

2.2%

6.0%

Black

3.5%

5.0%

White

1.9%

5.8%

2019
Total

11.2%

6.7%

Black

23.4%

6.7%

White

7.4%

6.8%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

19.3%

14.0%

Black

19.4%

22.8%

White

19.3%

14.1%

2020
Total

18.7%

13.2%

Black

16.7%

27.8%

White

19.7%

13.1%

2019
Total

14.5%

12.4%

Black

13.3%

12.5%

White

14.9%

11.5%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

6.3%

6.7%

Black

8.9%

11.2%

White

5.4%

6.4%

2020
Total

5.1%

6.9%

Black

6.1%

5.0%

White

4.8%

6.8%

2019
Total

9.9%

7.8%

Black

13.7%

5.6%

White

9.0%

8.0%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

24.4%

16.6%

Black

30.6%

31.6%

White

21.7%

16.6%

2020
Total

22.6%

11.7%

Black

27.1%

18.1%

White

20.6%

11.4%

2019
Total

15.3%

12.1%

Black

22.6%

10.9%

White

12.7%

11.2%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

5.1%

4.1%

Black

8.4%

5.1%

White

4.1%

3.8%

2020
Total

2.2%

5.7%

Black

6.1%

6.6%

White

2.2%

5.4%

2019
Total

9.5%

6.2%

Black

15.4%

6.7%

White

8.0%

6.3%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

89.7%

97.1%

92.9%

94.6%

94.5%

85.7%

Black

83.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

93.0%

96.8%

95.5%

97.0%

96.9%

85.3%

Hispanic

85.1%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

89.1%

92.3%

97.1%

100.0%

97.7%

90.9%

Black

81.1%

-

-

-

-

-

White

90.8%

93.7%

97.0%

100.0%

97.5%

90.9%

Hispanic

85.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2020
Total

90.0%

97.5%

94.1%

92.1%

92.9%

93.8%

Black

79.2%

-

100.0%

-

100.0%

100.0%

White

93.5%

97.4%

94.6%

94.4%

93.1%

92.9%

Hispanic

90.1%

-

66.7%

-

100.0%

-

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

56.0%
594.0

63.2%
36.0

60.3%
47.0

60.0%
18.0

50.5%
48.0

13.8%

2021
Total

49.8%
529.0

55.7%
39.0

52.6%
40.0

54.8%
17.0

37.5%
45.0

11.1%

2020
Total

53.5%
582.0

47.9%
35.0

42.0%
37.0

72.7%
16.0

52.1%
50.0

25.0%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2023
Total

34.0%

49.0%

49.0%

38.0%

41.0%

47.0%

2022
Total

47.3%

64.0%

54.0%

39.0%

63.0%

45.0%

2021
Total

43.4%

58.0%

53.0%

39.0%

60.0%

45.0%

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Suggested citation: Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development. Missouri FAFSA Completion Project. Cited in Boone Indicators dashboard as Graduates Completing FAFSA by Feb. 24 of their Graduation Year. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4847
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High School Graduates Entering 2-Year College, 4-Year College, or Employment by School District

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

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YearByState of MissouriColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
2-Year College

23.9%

18.2%

32.1%

38.2%

28.2%

25.8%

38.7%

4-Year College

34.0%

48.0%

33.9%

30.4%

43.6%

40.2%

0.0%

Employment

25.9%

15.1%

22.0%

25.5%

23.1%

21.2%

41.9%

Military

2.3%

1.6%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

1.0%

5.5%

0.0%

0.0%

6.8%

0.0%

2021
2-Year College

24.6%

16.8%

8.7%

21.6%

30.6%

30.2%

35.7%

4-Year College

34.3%

48.8%

26.7%

38.1%

33.3%

37.7%

0.0%

Employment

25.3%

14.5%

22.5%

33.0%

36.1%

17.0%

0.0%

Military

2.8%

2.0%

9.2%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

46.4%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.4%

1.9%

5.0%

0.0%

0.0%

12.3%

0.0%

2020
2-Year College

25.2%

18.2%

26.0%

22.4%

35.0%

22.4%

40.9%

4-Year College

36.2%

48.9%

37.5%

32.9%

25.0%

42.2%

18.2%

Employment

24.7%

16.7%

24.0%

10.5%

32.5%

20.0%

34.1%

Military

3.2%

1.5%

1.9%

5.3%

2.5%

10.4%

2.3%

Postsecondary (Technical) Institution

2.5%

2.0%

1.9%

7.9%

0.0%

2.4%

4.5%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2021
Total

89.4%

82.1%

88.6%

86.1%

88.2%

90.5%

2020
Total

82.4%

91.3%

89.3%

91.4%

90.4%

87.2%

2019
Total

84.8%

93.1%

91.7%

91.1%

91.9%

91.4%

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

Percentage of students in Grade 3 who scored proficient of above on the Language Arts section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

37.8%

37.1%

29.2%

56.7%

39.6%

19.2%

Black

12.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

49.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

27.9%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

37.5%

50.5%

40.0%

-

43.7%

-

Black

9.2%

-

-

-

-

-

White

49.1%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

31.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

43.1%

63.8%

53.5%

48.7%

57.7%

45.7%

Black

13.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

55.2%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

31.0%

-

-

-

-

-

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

Percentage of students in Grade 6 who scored proficient or above on the Language Arts section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

39.7%

54.1%

36.6%

47.0%

48.7%

31.6%

Black

13.3%

-

-

-

-

-

White

60.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

33.3%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

41.7%

39.2%

35.8%

41.0%

45.6%

-

Black

7.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

56.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

25.1%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

47.9%

54.1%

45.6%

21.6%

37.1%

52.7%

Black

13.6%

-

-

-

-

-

White

62.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

30.3%

-

-

-

-

-

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

Percentage of students in Grade 6 who scored proficient or above on the Math section of the MAP test. Data is available at the school district level. Note there is no data for the 2019-2020 academic year due to the COVI-19 pandemic.

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

37.4%

63.5%

41.1%

49.0%

49.7%

13.1%

Black

9.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

50.4%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

24.5%

-

-

-

-

-

2021
Total

31.6%

51.0%

44.7%

33.3%

37.3%

34.4%

Black

3.4%

-

-

-

-

-

White

42.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

14.8%

-

-

-

-

-

2019
Total

47.4%

49.2%

52.0%

23.6%

40.0%

44.8%

Black

12.5%

-

-

-

-

-

White

61.0%

-

-

-

-

-

Hispanic

29.7%

-

-

-

-

-

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

0.7%
125.0

-

0.7%
10.0

-

0.5%
9.0

1.7%
7.0

2021
Total


0.0

0.1%
16.0

0.4%
5.0

0.0%
0.0

0.6%
11.0

0.0%
0.0

2020
Total

0.4%
67.0

0.4%
6.0

0.6%
8.0

0.2%
1.0

0.3%
6.0

1.3%
5.0

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsCentralia SchoolsHallsville SchoolsHarrisburg SchoolsSouthern Boone SchoolsSturgeon Schools
2022
Total

16.00

17.00

18.00

14.00

16.00

10.00

2021
Total

16.00

17.00

18.00

16.00

17.00

13.00

2020
Total

17.00

18.00

17.00

16.00

16.00

13.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. District Report Card. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Students per Teacher Ratio, K-12 by School District. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4765
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Birth Spacing: Less Than 18 Months

Women who have births spaced less than 18 months apart.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

12.12 per 100 resident live births
25,926.00

9.24 per 100 resident live births
546.00

Black

15.93 per 100 resident live births
5,629.00

12.60 per 100 resident live births
132.00

White

11.40 per 100 resident live births
18,932.00

8.68 per 100 resident live births
380.00

2015 - 2019
Total

12.07 per 100 resident live births
26,176.00

9.52 per 100 resident live births
567.00

Black

15.88 per 100 resident live births
5,618.00

13.42 per 100 resident live births
140.00

White

11.38 per 100 resident live births
19,245.00

8.92 per 100 resident live births
395.00

2010 - 2014
Total

12.10 per 100 resident live births
25,320.00

10.22 per 100 resident live births
587.00

Black

16.23 per 100 resident live births
5,155.00

16.85 per 100 resident live births
155.00

White

11.38 per 100 resident live births
18,965.00

8.98 per 100 resident live births
397.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Birth Spacing. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Birth MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Birth Spacing. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4926
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Child Mortality (Ages 1-17)

Mortality rates for children ages 1-17.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
1-17

25.99 per 100,000 children

26.11 per 100,000 children

2015 - 2018
1-17

25.87 per 100,000 children

22.06 per 100,000 children

2010 - 2014
1-17

23.95 per 100,000 children

19.53 per 100,000 children

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Deaths. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Death MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Child Mortality (Ages 1-17). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4800
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Criminal Justice Involvement Due to Drugs and Alcohol

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.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Drug Court Participants

6,344.00

318.00

State Prison Admissions

4,469.00

98.00

Driving while Intoxicated

339.00

8.00

Drug Conviction

4,130.00

90.00

State Probation and Parole Admissions

12,388.00

308.00

Driving while Intoxicated

1,197.00

31.00

Drug Conviction

11,191.00

277.00

2021
Drug Court Participants

6,597.00

317.00

State Prison Admissions

4,062.00

97.00

Driving while Intoxicated

296.00

4.00

Drug Conviction

3,766.00

93.00

State Probation and Parole Admissions

11,178.00

294.00

Driving while Intoxicated

1,094.00

29.00

Drug Conviction

10,084.00

265.00

2020
Drug Court Participants

7,205.00

317.00

State Prison Admissions

4,740.00

107.00

Driving while Intoxicated

344.00

9.00

Drug Conviction

4,396.00

98.00

State Probation and Parole Admissions

13,747.00

254.00

Driving while Intoxicated

1,416.00

33.00

Drug Conviction

12,331.00

221.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Mental Health. Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Police Reports: Criminal Justice Due to Drugs and Alcohol http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4792
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Death Rate due to Suicide (Self-Inflicted Injury, Age-Adjusted), by Age Group

The total number of resident deaths 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.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

18.53 per 100,000 residents
5,768.00

13.52 per 100,000 residents
119.00

Under 15

1.10 per 100,000 residents
63.00

-

15-19

14.96 per 100,000 residents
293.00

6.90 per 100,000 residents
5.00

20-34

25.19 per 100,000 residents
1,552.00

13.58 per 100,000 residents
36.00

35-64

24.90 per 100,000 residents
2,893.00

18.87 per 100,000 residents
56.00

65-74

16.62 per 100,000 residents
494.00

10.42 per 100,000 residents
7.00

75 and older

21.52 per 100,000 residents
473.00

29.94 per 100,000 residents
13.00

2015 - 2019
Total

18.27 per 100,000 residents
5,686.00

12.45 per 100,000 residents
109.00

Under 15

1.05 per 100,000 residents
60.00

-

15-19

15.55 per 100,000 residents
306.00

6.95 per 100,000 residents
5.00

20-34

23.53 per 100,000 residents
1,452.00

12.00 per 100,000 residents
32.00

35-64

25.07 per 100,000 residents
2,922.00

17.01 per 100,000 residents
50.00

65-74

16.88 per 100,000 residents
487.00

9.47 per 100,000 residents
6.00

75 and older

21.34 per 100,000 residents
459.00

33.40 per 100,000 residents
14.00

2010 - 2014
Total

15.09 per 100,000 residents
4,634.00

14.13 per 100,000 residents
108.00

Under 15

0.57 per 100,000 residents
33.00

-

15-19

9.19 per 100,000 residents
187.00

7.00 per 100,000 residents
5.00

20-34

18.03 per 100,000 residents
1,098.00

7.68 per 100,000 residents
20.00

35-64

21.62 per 100,000 residents
2,543.00

22.89 per 100,000 residents
64.00

65-74

15.39 per 100,000 residents
374.00

10.90 per 100,000 residents
5.00

75 and older

20.11 per 100,000 residents
399.00

32.90 per 100,000 residents
12.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Deaths. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Death MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Death Rate due to Suicide (Self-Inflicted Injury, Age Adjusted), by Age Group. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4793
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Food Insecurity

Percent of people experiencing food insecurity, defined by the USDA as a lack of consistent access to enough food for every person in a household to live an active, healthy life.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone County
2021
Total

10.5%

11.6%

11.0%

Under 18

12.8%

12.8%

9.9%

Suggested citation: Feeding America: Map the Meal Gap 2023: An Analysis of County and Congressional District Food Insecurity and County Food Cost in the United States in 2021. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Food Insecurity
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Inadequate Prenatal Care (Missouri Index)

Women who receive inadequate prenatal care, as defined by the Missouri Index. This index is measured by women who had live births with fewer than five prenatal care visits for pregnancies less than 37 weeks gestation, fewer than eight visits for pregnancies 37 or more weeks, or for whom prenatal care began after the first four months of pregnancy.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

20.49 per 100 resident live births
69,482.00

14.36 per 100 resident live births
1,423.00

Black

35.65 per 100 resident live births
18,054.00

27.56 per 100 resident live births
420.00

White

16.89 per 100 resident live births
45,282.00

10.79 per 100 resident live births
818.00

2011 - 2015
Total

18.87 per 100 resident live births
65,562.00

12.52 per 100 resident live births
1,047.00

Black

33.22 per 100 resident live births
17,104.00

23.05 per 100 resident live births
310.00

White

15.86 per 100 resident live births
44,064.00

10.16 per 100 resident live births
644.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Prenatal Care Adequacy (Missouri Index): Inadequate. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Birth MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Inadequate Prenatal Care. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4928
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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.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Total


75,251.00


1,406.00

Under 18


21,971.00


345.00

2021
Total


84,882.00


1,651.00

Under 18


21,181.00


338.00

2020
Total


84,038.00


1,589.00

Under 18


20,449.00


327.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Mental Health. Status Report on Missouri’s Substance Use and Mental Health. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Individuals Receiving Public Mental Health Services for Any Diagnosis, Total and Children. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4790
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Infant Mortality (Birth to Age 1)

Mortality rates for infants (birth to age 1).

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Under 1

-

-

Total

614.89 Per 100,000 infants
2,228.00

564.75 Per 100,000 infants
58.00

Black

1,162.04 Per 100,000 infants
681.00

1,167.08 Per 100,000 infants
19.00

White

504.11 Per 100,000 infants
1,465.00

451.01 Per 100,000 infants
36.00

2015 - 2019
Under 1

-

-

Total

631.61 Per 100,000 infants
2,325.00

588.24 Per 100,000 infants
61.00

Black

1,192.77 Per 100,000 infants
700.00

1,169.23 Per 100,000 infants
19.00

White

522.38 Per 100,000 infants
1,548.00

483.75 Per 100,000 infants
39.00

2014 - 2018
Under 1

-

-

Total

6.30 per 1,000 infants

5.80 per 1,000 infants

Black

1,188.50 Per 100,000 infants
695.00

12.00 per 1,000 infants

White

526.10 Per 100,000 infants
1,576.00

4.70 per 1,000 infants

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Deaths. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Death MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Infant Mortality (Birth to Age 1). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4862
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No Prenatal Care

Women who do not receive prenatal care.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

1.79 per 100 resident live births
6,147.00

0.63 per 100 resident live births
64.00

Black

3.64 per 100 resident live births
1,866.00

1.40 per 100 resident live births
22.00

White

1.31 per 100 resident live births
3,555.00

0.44 per 100 resident live births
34.00

2015 - 2019
Total

1.58 per 100 resident live births
5,506.00

0.54 per 100 resident live births
55.00

Black

3.35 per 100 resident live births
1,721.00

1.41 per 100 resident live births
22.00

White

1.15 per 100 resident live births
3,178.00

0.36 per 100 resident live births
28.00

2010 - 2014
Total

1.10 per 100 resident live births
3,957.00

0.28 per 100 resident live births
28.00

Black

2.59 per 100 resident live births
1,378.00

1.14 per 100 resident live births
16.00

White

0.80 per 100 resident live births
2,311.00

0.16 per 100 resident live births
12.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. No Prenatal Care. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Birth MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as No Prenatal Care. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4927
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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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Under 19

5.3%
4,168,731.0

6.0%
87,904.0

4.0%
1,644.0

3.8%
1,014.0

4.0%
1,368.0

Under 65

10.3%
28,074,636.0

11.3%
570,528.0

8.3%
13,116.0

8.3%
9,199.0

8.6%
11,560.0

2016 - 2020
Under 19

5.2%
4,016,835.0

5.8%
84,423.0

3.6%
1,454.0

3.4%
884.0

3.3%
1,095.0

Under 65

10.2%
27,657,317.0

11.2%
560,689.0

7.8%
12,188.0

7.8%
8,445.0

7.9%
10,467.0

2015 - 2019
Under 19

5.1%
3,945,906.0

5.6%
81,097.0

4.1%
1,638.0

3.6%
927.0

4.1%
1,338.0

Under 65

10.3%
27,856,143.0

11.1%
555,130.0

7.9%
12,257.0

7.6%
8,209.0

7.9%
10,462.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Age by Disability Status by Health Insurance Coverage. United States Census [Table B18135]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as People Without Health Insurance. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4861 People without Health Insurance Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center ACS profile E11. Insurance Coverage. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as People without Health Insurance. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4861
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Low Birthweight for Full-Term Pregnancies

Number of low birthweight full-term births.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

3.00 Per 100 resident live births
9,703.00

2.88 Per 100 resident live births
266.00

Black

5.84 Per 100 resident live births
2,868.00

5.83 Per 100 resident live births
79.00

White

2.44 Per 100 resident live births
6,207.00

2.24 Per 100 resident live births
158.00

2015 - 2019
Total

2.89 Per 100 resident live births
9,807.00

3.10 Per 100 resident live births
289.00

Black

5.73 Per 100 resident live births
2,827.00

6.39 Per 100 resident live births
86.00

White

2.44 Per 100 resident live births
6,364.00

2.37 Per 100 resident live births
169.00

2014 - 2018
Total

2.64 Per 100 resident live births
9,799.00

2.69 Per 100 resident live births
281.00

Black

4.88 Per 100 resident live births
2,816.00

5.58 Per 100 resident live births
89.00

White

2.20 Per 100 resident live births
6,413.00

2.00 Per 100 resident live births
159.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Births. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Birth MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Low Birthweight for Full-Term Pregnancies. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4876
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Preterm Births

Percentage and number of preterm births.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Total

10.66 Per 100 resident live births
38,594.00

10.09 Per 100 resident live births
1,036.00

Black

14.86 per 100 resident live births
8,563.00

15.32 per 100 resident live births
245.00

White

9.85 per 100 resident live births
27,793.00

9.44 per 100 resident live births
734.00

2015 - 2019
Total

10.47 Per 100 resident live births
38,502.00

9.98 Per 100 resident live births
1,035.00

Black

14.65 per 100 resident live births
8,465.00

15.88 per 100 resident live births
254.00

White

9.67 per 100 resident live births
27,875.00

9.24 per 100 resident live births
726.00

2010 - 2014
Total

11.46 per 100 resident live births
43,297.00

11.32 per 100 resident live births
1,194.00

Black

16.78 per 100 resident live births
9,718.00

16.53 per 100 resident live births
248.00

White

10.46 per 100 resident live births
31,398.00

10.61 per 100 resident live births
874.00

Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Births. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Birth MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Preterm Births. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4875
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Average Cost of Rent or Home Ownership Compared to Median Family Income

The percent of monthly income spent on housing as figured by median family income (divided by 12 months) compared to median monthly rent or mortgage cost.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Total

23.5%

13.6%

12.7%

12.7%

12.7%

Black

34.6%

20.2%

19.9%

17.7%

20.1%

White

21.9%

13.1%

12.3%

11.9%

12.0%

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Total

23.9%

20.7%

19.4%

20.1%

20.0%

Black

35.3%

30.7%

30.3%

28.1%

31.5%

White

22.3%

19.8%

18.7%

18.9%

18.9%

2016 - 2020
Rent

-

-

-

-

-

Total

16.4%

13.9%

13.2%

13.1%

13.3%

Black

24.3%

20.5%

23.4%

23.6%

24.0%

White

15.4%

13.2%

12.6%

12.2%

12.4%

Mortgage

-

-

-

-

-

Total

24.3%

21.2%

21.0%

22.0%

22.0%

Black

36.0%

31.4%

37.3%

39.4%

38.1%

White

22.8%

20.2%

20.0%

20.4%

20.2%

Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Family income. United States Census [Table B19113]. United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Selected Housing Characteristics. United States Census [Table DP04]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Average Cost of Rent or Home Ownership Compared to Median Family Income. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4929
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Homelessness

The Missouri Balance of State (BoS) CoC conducts a Point-in-Time Count throughout its 101 county geographic area each year as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The count helps Missourians monitor trends in the homeless population and increases public awareness of homelessness. The unsheltered Point in Time Count was not conducted nationally in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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YearByBoone County
2023
Total

270.00

Sheltered

204.00

Unsheltered

66.00

2022
Total

336.00

Sheltered

281.00

Unsheltered

55.00

2020
Total

237.00

Sheltered

191.00

Unsheltered

46.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Balance of State Continuum of Care. A Report of Sheltered and Unsheltered Point-in-Time Count of Homelessness. Missouri Balance of State. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Homelessness. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4897
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents adjusted housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. Households with missing values for housing cost or income have been removed from the analysis, resulting in ADJUSTED Housing Cost Burden.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

31.3%
120,317,267.0

25.8%
2,360,352.0

30.1%
71,586.0

34.2%
48,512.0

32.2%
60,107.0

Rent

49.4%
40,811,805.0

44.8%
726,672.0

50.7%
29,365.0

52.8%
24,181.0

51.6%
27,013.0

Own

22.0%
79,505,462.0

17.3%
1,633,680.0

15.8%
24,181.0

15.6%
24,331.0

16.3%
33,094.0

2016 - 2020
Total

31.3%
118,657,095.0

25.8%
2,364,524.0

29.8%
70,235.0

34.6%
48,111.0

32.0%
59,247.0

Rent

49.1%
40,484,226.0

44.5%
738,478.0

49.7%
30,171.0

53.4%
24,892.0

50.8%
27,964.0

Own

22.1%
78,172,869.0

17.4%
1,626,046.0

14.8%
40,064.0

14.5%
23,219.0

15.3%
31,283.0

2015 - 2019
Total

31.8%

26.4%

30.7%

34.8%

32.8%

Rent

49.6%

45.0%

51.5%

54.8%

52.6%

Own

22.5%

17.8%

14.9%

13.5%

14.9%

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4785
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Non-Adjusted)

This indicator includes housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. 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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

30.3%
37,625,113.0

25.0%
608,095.0

29.5%
21,564.0

33.4%
16,565.0

31.5%
19,352.0

Rent

46.0%
20,169,402.0

41.3%
325,273.0

48.6%
14,879.0

50.9%
12,767.0

49.7%
13,949.0

Own

21.8%
17,455,711.0

17.2%
282,822.0

15.7%
6,685.0

15.5%
3,798.0

16.2%
5,403.0

2016 - 2020
Total

30.4%
37,128,748.0

25.0%
610,831.0

29.1%
20,908.0

33.8%
16,662.0

31.3%
18,986.0

Rent

45.7%
19,886,052.0

40.9%
328,688.0

47.4%
14,984.0

51.3%
13,304.0

48.6%
14,205.0

Own

21.9%
17,242,696.0

17.2%
282,143.0

14.7%
5,924.0

14.3%
3,358.0

15.2%
4,781.0

2015 - 2019
Total

30.8%
37,249,895.0

25.5%
616,342.0

29.8%
21,047.0

33.6%
16,215.0

31.8%
18,905.0

Rent

46.0%
20,002,945.0

41.4%
332,065.0

48.5%
15,218.0

51.9%
13,160.0

49.8%
14,377.0

Own

22.3%
17,246,950.0

17.6%
284,277.0

14.8%
5,829.0

13.4%
3,055.0

14.8%
4,528.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Non-Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4784
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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). Warehouse data is updated twice a year and is as up to date as the data source when published.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2016 - 2020
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2015 - 2019
Total

0.480

0.460

0.460

0.490

0.480

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, GINI Index of Income Inequality. United States Census [Table B19083]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as GINI Index of Income Inequality.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4806
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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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

$85,028

$77,976

$87,935

$88,210

$88,682

Black

$57,636

$52,538

$56,341

$63,250

$56,347

White

$91,242

$81,463

$91,143

$94,032

$93,814

2016 - 2020
Total

$80,069

$72,834

$80,817

$81,392

$80,647

Black

$54,037

$49,250

$45,586

$45,303

$45,565

White

$85,382

$76,171

$84,863

$87,551

$86,090

2015 - 2019
Total

$77,263

$70,398

$78,103

$80,312

$78,125

Black

$51,782

$46,193

$39,497

$45,005

$39,420

White

$82,349

$73,855

$83,287

$87,176

$84,403

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Income Family Households. United States Census [Tables B19113, B19113A, B19113B]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Median Income-Family Households. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4828
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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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Labor Force


164,291,000.00


3,061,278.00


99,703.00

Unemployed

3.7%
5,996,000.0

2.5%
76,939.0

2.0%
1,965.0

2021
Labor Force


161,203,000.00


3,062,449.00


99,004.00

Unemployed

5.4%
8,623,000.0

4.4%
134,081.0

3.0%
2,955.0

2020
Labor Force


160,742,000.00


3,037,162.00


95,852.00

Unemployed

8.1%
12,947,000.0

6.1%
183,809.0

4.3%
4,062.0

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Suggested citation: U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor Force Data by County & State Annual Averages. United States Census. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Unemployment: Annual Average Rate. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4782
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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). Warehouse data is updated twice a year and is as up to date as the data source when published.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2016 - 2020
Total

0.48

0.46

0.47

0.49

0.48

2015 - 2019
Total

0.480

0.460

0.460

0.490

0.480

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, GINI Index of Income Inequality. United States Census [Table B19083]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as GINI Index of Income Inequality.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4806
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Median Earnings by Educational Attainment, Individuals 25 and older

Median earnings by educational attainment of people 25 and older.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

$26,954

$26,400

$32,792

$22,861

$25,909

High School Graduate

$33,878

$32,836

$31,885

$29,135

$29,759

Some College

$40,352

$38,030

$37,461

$34,090

$34,978

Bachelor's Degree

$59,717

$53,696

$49,191

$48,888

$49,087

Graduate or Professional Degree

$79,241

$66,301

$62,339

$59,563

$62,176

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

$25,351

$25,089

$28,930

$25,134

$25,862

High School Graduate

$32,002

$31,391

$31,353

$28,190

$29,641

Some College

$38,258

$35,914

$34,848

$33,017

$33,510

Bachelor's Degree

$56,152

$50,856

$46,190

$45,738

$45,793

Graduate or Professional Degree

$75,328

$63,088

$60,142

$56,883

$59,486

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

$24,071

$23,275

$26,676

$21,489

$24,248

High School Graduate

$31,264

$30,658

$30,532

$28,781

$29,392

Some College

$37,471

$35,102

$33,322

$32,352

$32,420

Bachelor's Degree

$54,925

$50,042

$44,206

$43,126

$43,623

Graduate or Professional Degree

$74,253

$62,076

$55,556

$55,546

$55,514

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Earnings in the Past 12 Months (Inflation-Adjusted Dollars). United States Census [Table S2001]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Median Earnings by Educational Attainment, Individuals 25 and older. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4822
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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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

$85,028

$77,976

$87,935

$88,210

$88,682

Black

$57,636

$52,538

$56,341

$63,250

$56,347

White

$91,242

$81,463

$91,143

$94,032

$93,814

2016 - 2020
Total

$80,069

$72,834

$80,817

$81,392

$80,647

Black

$54,037

$49,250

$45,586

$45,303

$45,565

White

$85,382

$76,171

$84,863

$87,551

$86,090

2015 - 2019
Total

$77,263

$70,398

$78,103

$80,312

$78,125

Black

$51,782

$46,193

$39,497

$45,005

$39,420

White

$82,349

$73,855

$83,287

$87,176

$84,403

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Income Family Households. United States Census [Tables B19113, B19113A, B19113B]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Median Income-Family Households. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4828
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Median Income - Family Households with Children

Median income for family households with children. Warehouse data is updated twice a year and is as up to date as the data source when published.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

$82,767

$77,490

$88,448

$90,623

$89,356

2016 - 2020
Total

$77,445

$72,033

$78,214

$84,153

$78,158

2015 - 2019
Total

$77,263

$69,014

$72,387

$77,898

$72,049

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Family Income in the Past 12 Months (In 2019 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars). United States Census [Table B19113]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Median Income-Family Households with Children. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4817
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

23.9%
5,781,450.0

25.9%
93,220.0

24.0%
1,292.0

28.7%
893.0

27.7%
1,100.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,859,604.0

13.5%
166,565.0

12.8%
2,888.0

16.0%
1,919.0

14.6%
2,420.0

Some College

10.4%
5,998,285.0

10.1%
117,016.0

11.2%
2,819.0

12.7%
1,916.0

12.3%
2,394.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
3,248,758.0

4.0%
48,890.0

7.0%
2,760.0

8.6%
2,316.0

7.6%
2,540.0

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

24.1%
5,938,811.0

26.1%
97,451.0

24.7%
1,380.0

29.7%
932.0

29.4%
1,219.0

High School Graduate

13.4%
7,742,041.0

13.2%
162,898.0

12.1%
2,651.0

15.4%
1,757.0

13.3%
2,121.0

Some College

10.3%
5,973,583.0

10.2%
117,917.0

12.2%
3,044.0

14.0%
2,063.0

13.1%
2,544.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,122,654.0

4.0%
47,856.0

7.3%
2,860.0

9.2%
2,444.0

8.1%
2,685.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

24.9%
6,341,225.0

27.0%
107,161.0

28.4%
1,598.0

30.7%
958.0

30.7%
1,257.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,858,253.0

13.1%
160,807.0

11.3%
2,518.0

13.7%
1,625.0

11.6%
1,890.0

Some College

9.6%
6,042,361.0

10.5%
121,133.0

12.7%
3,189.0

14.6%
2,092.0

13.8%
2,706.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.3%
3,031,326.0

4.1%
47,781.0

7.9%
3,020.0

10.0%
2,645.0

8.6%
2,815.0

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Labor Force


164,291,000.00


3,061,278.00


99,703.00

Unemployed

3.7%
5,996,000.0

2.5%
76,939.0

2.0%
1,965.0

2021
Labor Force


161,203,000.00


3,062,449.00


99,004.00

Unemployed

5.4%
8,623,000.0

4.4%
134,081.0

3.0%
2,955.0

2020
Labor Force


160,742,000.00


3,037,162.00


95,852.00

Unemployed

8.1%
12,947,000.0

6.1%
183,809.0

4.3%
4,062.0

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Suggested citation: U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor Force Data by County & State Annual Averages. United States Census. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Unemployment: Annual Average Rate. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4782
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Adjusted)

This indicator represents adjusted housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. Households with missing values for housing cost or income have been removed from the analysis, resulting in ADJUSTED Housing Cost Burden.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

31.3%
120,317,267.0

25.8%
2,360,352.0

30.1%
71,586.0

34.2%
48,512.0

32.2%
60,107.0

Rent

49.4%
40,811,805.0

44.8%
726,672.0

50.7%
29,365.0

52.8%
24,181.0

51.6%
27,013.0

Own

22.0%
79,505,462.0

17.3%
1,633,680.0

15.8%
24,181.0

15.6%
24,331.0

16.3%
33,094.0

2016 - 2020
Total

31.3%
118,657,095.0

25.8%
2,364,524.0

29.8%
70,235.0

34.6%
48,111.0

32.0%
59,247.0

Rent

49.1%
40,484,226.0

44.5%
738,478.0

49.7%
30,171.0

53.4%
24,892.0

50.8%
27,964.0

Own

22.1%
78,172,869.0

17.4%
1,626,046.0

14.8%
40,064.0

14.5%
23,219.0

15.3%
31,283.0

2015 - 2019
Total

31.8%

26.4%

30.7%

34.8%

32.8%

Rent

49.6%

45.0%

51.5%

54.8%

52.6%

Own

22.5%

17.8%

14.9%

13.5%

14.9%

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4785
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Households Spending Over 30% Income on Housing (Non-Adjusted)

This indicator includes housing cost burden for total households, as well as specific numbers for those that rent or own. Households that own include those with and without mortgages. 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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

30.3%
37,625,113.0

25.0%
608,095.0

29.5%
21,564.0

33.4%
16,565.0

31.5%
19,352.0

Rent

46.0%
20,169,402.0

41.3%
325,273.0

48.6%
14,879.0

50.9%
12,767.0

49.7%
13,949.0

Own

21.8%
17,455,711.0

17.2%
282,822.0

15.7%
6,685.0

15.5%
3,798.0

16.2%
5,403.0

2016 - 2020
Total

30.4%
37,128,748.0

25.0%
610,831.0

29.1%
20,908.0

33.8%
16,662.0

31.3%
18,986.0

Rent

45.7%
19,886,052.0

40.9%
328,688.0

47.4%
14,984.0

51.3%
13,304.0

48.6%
14,205.0

Own

21.9%
17,242,696.0

17.2%
282,143.0

14.7%
5,924.0

14.3%
3,358.0

15.2%
4,781.0

2015 - 2019
Total

30.8%
37,249,895.0

25.5%
616,342.0

29.8%
21,047.0

33.6%
16,215.0

31.8%
18,905.0

Rent

46.0%
20,002,945.0

41.4%
332,065.0

48.5%
15,218.0

51.9%
13,160.0

49.8%
14,377.0

Own

22.3%
17,246,950.0

17.6%
284,277.0

14.8%
5,829.0

13.4%
3,055.0

14.8%
4,528.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Gross Rent as a Percent of Household Income in the Past 12 Months. Calculated from the United States Census [Tables B25070 & B25091]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Households Spending Over 30% of Income (Non-Adjusted). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4784
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Substantiated

Substantiated physical abuse incidents by number of children.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Total

3.08 per 1,000

2.29 per 1,000

2021
Total

3.40 per 1,000

3.02 per 1,000

2020
Total

3.30 per 1,000

4.00 per 1,000

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Social Services. Child Abuse and Neglect Fiscal Year Report. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Child Abuse and Neglect-Substantiated. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4776
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Relative Rate Index of Referrals for Black Youth Compared to White Youth

The Relative Rate Index (RRI) shows representation at various contact points in the juvenile justice system. This is the rate of activity involving minority youth divided by the rate of activity involving majority youth. If the RRI is larger than 1.00, that means that the minority group experiences contact more often than White youth. If it is less than 1.00, that means that the minority youth experience contact less often. For example, if the RRI for Black referrals is 7.50 this means that Black youth are seven and a half times more likely to be referred to the juvenile office than White youth.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Total

2.13

6.12

2021
Total

1.94

5.19

2020
Total

2.00

4.70

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Suggested citation: Missouri Courts Judicial Branch of Government. Missouri Juvenile & Family Division Annual Report. Appendix R: Relative Rate Indices by County ? All Offenses. Cited in the Boone Indicator Dashboard as Relative Rate Index of Referrals for Black Youth Compared to White Youth. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4917
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Infant Mortality (Birth to Age 1)

Mortality rates for infants (birth to age 1).

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2016 - 2020
Under 1

-

-

Total

614.89 Per 100,000 infants
2,228.00

564.75 Per 100,000 infants
58.00

Black

1,162.04 Per 100,000 infants
681.00

1,167.08 Per 100,000 infants
19.00

White

504.11 Per 100,000 infants
1,465.00

451.01 Per 100,000 infants
36.00

2015 - 2019
Under 1

-

-

Total

631.61 Per 100,000 infants
2,325.00

588.24 Per 100,000 infants
61.00

Black

1,192.77 Per 100,000 infants
700.00

1,169.23 Per 100,000 infants
19.00

White

522.38 Per 100,000 infants
1,548.00

483.75 Per 100,000 infants
39.00

2014 - 2018
Under 1

-

-

Total

6.30 per 1,000 infants

5.80 per 1,000 infants

Black

1,188.50 Per 100,000 infants
695.00

12.00 per 1,000 infants

White

526.10 Per 100,000 infants
1,576.00

4.70 per 1,000 infants

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Missouri Resident Deaths. Missouri Public Health Information Management System (MOPHIMS). Death MICA. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Infant Mortality (Birth to Age 1). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4862
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Students At-risk for Externalizing Behavior Issues (Teacher Rated)

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

6.9%

5.0%

Black

13.7%

9.2%

White

4.7%

4.9%

2020
Total

2.2%

6.0%

Black

3.5%

5.0%

White

1.9%

5.8%

2019
Total

11.2%

6.7%

Black

23.4%

6.7%

White

7.4%

6.8%

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

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

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YearByColumbia SchoolsRural Boone County
2021
Total

19.3%

14.0%

Black

19.4%

22.8%

White

19.3%

14.1%

2020
Total

18.7%

13.2%

Black

16.7%

27.8%

White

19.7%

13.1%

2019
Total

14.5%

12.4%

Black

13.3%

12.5%

White

14.9%

11.5%

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

2.60

2.50

2.37

2.33

2.35

2016 - 2020
Total

2.60

2.44

2.37

2.31

2.34

2015 - 2019
Total

2.62

2.46

2.39

2.33

2.36

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Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center ACS profile S1. Households by Type. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Average Household Size. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4815
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Child Abuse and Neglect - Substantiated

Substantiated physical abuse incidents by number of children.

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2022
Total

3.08 per 1,000

2.29 per 1,000

2021
Total

3.40 per 1,000

3.02 per 1,000

2020
Total

3.30 per 1,000

4.00 per 1,000

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Suggested citation: Missouri Department of Social Services. Child Abuse and Neglect Fiscal Year Report. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard. Indicator: Child Abuse and Neglect-Substantiated. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4776
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Child Population

Population figures by age group for ages 0-17. Categories include Under 5 and 5-17. The Population by Age Group indicator is separate and includes categories beyond age 17.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

22.5%
74,234,075.0

22.7%
1,392,375.0

20.6%
37,472.0

19.2%
23,859.0

19.2%
30,432.0

American Indian and Alaska Native

1.0%
722,887.0

0.3%
3,868.0

0.3%
92.0

0.3%
67.0

0.3%
83.0

Asian

5.1%
3,772,764.0

1.8%
24,760.0

3.1%
1,178.0

4.5%
1,084.0

3.8%
1,161.0

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

0.2%
153,830.0

0.2%
2,622.0

0.1%
39.0

0.2%
39.0

0.1%
39.0

Black

13.8%
10,221,268.0

13.0%
181,590.0

12.0%
4,497.0

15.8%
3,780.0

14.5%
4,422.0

White

61.5%
45,624,844.0

74.2%
1,033,619.0

70.8%
26,514.0

63.8%
15,222.0

65.9%
20,063.0

White Non Hispanic

49.3%
36,591,137.0

70.9%
986,553.0

68.4%
25,636.0

60.9%
14,521.0

63.3%
19,250.0

Two or More Races

11.5%
8,504,316.0

8.4%
117,252.0

11.9%
4,463.0

13.7%
3,270.0

13.1%
3,983.0

Other Race

7.1%
5,234,166.0

2.1%
28,664.0

1.8%
689.0

1.7%
397.0

2.2%
681.0

Hispanic

25.4%
18,840,815.0

7.1%
98,414.0

5.4%
2,019.0

4.7%
1,115.0

6.0%
1,811.0

0-5

5.9%
19,423,121.0

6.0%
367,132.0

5.7%
10,351.0

5.7%
7,123.0

5.7%
8,676.0

5-17

16.6%
54,810,954.0

16.7%
1,025,243.0

14.9%
27,121.0

13.5%
16,736.0

14.2%
21,756.0

2016 - 2020
Total

22.4%
73,296,738.0

22.5%
1,379,423.0

20.3%
36,546.0

18.7%
22,955.0

19.5%
29,521.0

Black

13.9%
10,189,123.0

13.1%
180,293.0

11.3%
4,138.0

15.0%
3,434.0

14.0%
4,131.0

White

64.2%
47,025,753.0

75.7%
1,044,017.0

71.5%
26,135.0

63.6%
14,596.0

66.1%
19,528.0

0-5

6.0%
19,650,192.0

6.1%
371,046.0

5.8%
10,390.0

5.6%
6,920.0

5.7%
8,628.0

5-17

16.4%
53,646,546.0

16.5%
1,008,377.0

14.6%
26,156.0

13.1%
16,035.0

13.8%
20,893.0

2015 - 2019
Total

22.6%
73,429,392.0

22.6%
1,381,612.0

20.3%
36,059.0

18.3%
22,183.0

19.3%
28,815.0

American Indian and Alaska Native

1.0%
837,473.0

0.4%
5,855.0

0.4%
156.0

0.6%
144.0

0.4%
144.0

Asian

4.8%
3,987,721.0

1.8%
27,662.0

3.8%
1,569.0

5.8%
1,518.0

4.7%
1,554.0

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

0.2%
172,949.0

0.2%
3,528.0

0.1%
28.0

0.1%
28.0

0.1%
28.0

Black

14.0%
11,676,020.0

13.3%
208,561.0

11.9%
4,949.0

15.3%
3,969.0

14.8%
4,934.0

White

66.8%
55,806,575.0

76.8%
1,207,026.0

72.6%
30,099.0

65.2%
16,920.0

67.4%
22,523.0

White Non Hispanic

50.5%
42,208,128.0

72.5%
1,138,931.0

69.8%
28,926.0

62.0%
16,095.0

63.9%
21,350.0

Two or More Races

6.8%
5,687,092.0

5.7%
90,185.0

9.5%
3,921.0

11.6%
3,020.0

10.5%
3,499.0

Other Race

6.4%
5,374,176.0

1.8%
29,061.0

1.7%
712.0

1.4%
367.0

2.1%
712.0

Hispanic

25.2%
21,063,146.0

6.7%
106,056.0

5.6%
2,307.0

5.6%
1,445.0

6.8%
2,255.0

Under 5

6.1%
19,767,670.0

6.1%
371,570.0

5.9%
10,406.0

5.9%
7,162.0

5.8%
8,694.0

5-17

16.5%
53,661,722.0

16.5%
1,010,042.0

14.4%
25,653.0

12.4%
15,021.0

13.5%
20,121.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Children Characteristics. United States Census [Table S0901]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Child Population. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4804
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Children in Married Parent Families

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

45,459,277.00

857,346.00

25,203.00

16,352.00

20,463.00

2016 - 2020
Total

44,846,702.00

845,719.00

24,495.00

15,987.00

19,816.00

2015 - 2019
Total

44,921,325.00

846,796.00

23,844.00

15,280.00

19,002.00

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Own Children Under 18 Years by Family Type and Age. United States Census [Table B09002]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Children in Married Parent Families. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4824
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Children in Single Parent Families

Single parent head of household with children under 18

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

19,441,003.00

369,535.00

8,404.00

5,067.00

6,776.00

2016 - 2020
Total

19,171,068.00

365,831.00

8,403.00

4,813.00

6,885.00

2015 - 2019
Total

19,386,164.00

374,550.00

8,682.00

5,015.00

7,134.00

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Own Children Under 18 Years by Family Type and Age. United States Census [Table B09002]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Children in Single Parent Families. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4825
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Commuting to Work (workers age 16+)

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Carpool

8.6%
13,340,838.0

8.1%
234,872.0

9.5%
9,036.0

9.0%
5,847.0

9.2%
7,411.0

Public Transportation

4.2%
6,472,373.0

1.0%
30,417.0

0.7%
676.0

1.0%
633.0

0.8%
696.0

Work at Home

9.7%
15,061,684.0

8.4%
244,106.0

6.7%
6,338.0

6.8%
4,397.0

6.8%
5,475.0

Drive Alone

73.2%
113,724,272.0

79.4%
2,310,641.0

76.9%
73,006.0

75.0%
48,731.0

76.3%
61,430.0

Other Commute

1.8%
2,836,232.0

1.2%
34,920.0

1.4%
1,344.0

1.8%
1,198.0

1.5%
1,236.0

Walk to Work

2.5%
3,849,557.0

1.9%
55,963.0

4.7%
4,488.0

6.4%
4,185.0

5.3%
4,263.0

2016 - 2020
Carpool

8.9%
13,605,122.0

8.4%
242,252.0

10.3%
9,615.0

9.4%
5,980.0

10.0%
7,920.0

Public Transportation

4.6%
7,044,886.0

1.2%
33,546.0

0.8%
736.0

1.1%
699.0

0.9%
736.0

Work at Home

26.9%
11,153,095.0

6.6%
4,598.0

5.9%
5,509.0

5.6%
3,551.0

5.9%
4,654.0

Drive Alone

74.9%
115,127,720.0

80.8%
2,342,401.0

77.2%
72,004.0

75.8%
47,986.0

76.5%
60,318.0

Other Commute

1.8%
2,780,139.0

1.2%
34,387.0

1.5%
1,395.0

1.9%
1,224.0

1.6%
1,278.0

Walk to Work

2.6%
17,264.0

1.9%
55,142.0

4.3%
4,056.0

6.1%
3,847.0

5.0%
3,918.0

2015 - 2019
Carpool

9.0%
13,763,532.0

8.6%
249,373.0

10.7%
9,796.0

10.5%
6,624.0

10.7%
8,349.0

Public Transportation

5.0%
7,641,160.0

1.3%
38,268.0

0.9%
869.0

1.3%
840.0

1.1%
869.0

Work at Home

5.2%
7,898,576.0

4.9%
142,793.0

4.3%
3,984.0

4.2%
2,623.0

4.2%
3,246.0

Drive Alone

76.3%
116,584,504.0

82.0%
2,364,888.0

78.9%
72,551.0

77.1%
48,579.0

78.3%
60,882.0

Other Commute

1.8%
2,774,115.0

1.2%
33,749.0

1.6%
1,508.0

2.1%
1,335.0

1.8%
1,384.0

Walk to Work

2.7%
40,073,891.0

1.9%
55,968.0

3.5%
3,212.0

4.8%
2,999.0

3.9%
3,068.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Means Transportation to Work. United States Census [Table B08301]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Commuting to Work (workers age 16+). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4788 Commuting to Work Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center. American Community Survey profile E7. Commuting to Work. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Commuting to Work. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4788
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Family Households by Type

A household is considered to be a 'family household' if it includes a householder and one or more other people related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption. Categories include total family households, married couple families, and male householder with no spouse present and female householder with no spouse present. The percentages provided indicate the number of family household types divided by the total number of households (both family and non-family).

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

65.1%
80,755,760.0

63.3%
1,541,667.0

56.1%
40,985.0

50.6%
25,126.0

53.4%
32,803.0

Married Couple Families

47.8%
59,331,184.0

47.7%
1,160,947.0

43.6%
31,888.0

38.5%
19,135.0

41.0%
25,182.0

Male Householder, No Spouse Present

5.0%
6,151,295.0

4.5%
108,566.0

3.5%
2,541.0

3.3%
1,631.0

3.4%
2,092.0

Female Householder, No Spouse Present

12.3%
15,273,279.0

11.2%
272,154.0

9.0%
6,556.0

8.8%
4,360.0

9.0%
5,529.0

2016 - 2020
Total

65.3%
79,849,832.0

63.6%
1,551,056.0

57.2%
41,144.0

50.9%
25,144.0

54.4%
33,020.0

Married Couple Families

48.1%
58,807,004.0

47.8%
1,165,218.0

44.1%
31,736.0

38.7%
19,109.0

41.4%
25,116.0

Male Householder, No Spouse Present

4.9%
5,956,017.0

4.5%
108,611.0

3.9%
2,809.0

3.5%
1,726.0

4.0%
2,410.0

Female Householder, No Spouse Present

12.3%
15,086,810.0

11.4%
277,227.0

9.2%
6,599.0

8.7%
4,309.0

9.1%
5,494.0

2015 - 2019
Total

65.5%
79,114,032.0

64.0%
1,544,676.0

57.2%
40,427.0

51.8%
24,941.0

54.7%
32,522.0

Married Couple Families

48.2%
58,198,772.0

47.9%
1,156,764.0

44.0%
31,046.0

39.3%
18,937.0

41.4%
24,637.0

Male Householder, No Spouse Present

4.9%
5,898,296.0

4.5%
108,579.0

4.1%
2,913.0

3.9%
1,898.0

4.3%
2,544.0

Female Householder, No Spouse Present

12.4%
15,016,964.0

11.6%
279,333.0

9.2%
6,468.0

8.5%
4,106.0

9.0%
5,341.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Household Type Including living alone. United States Census [Table B11001]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Family Households by Type. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4805 Family Households by Type Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center. American Community Survey profile S1. Households by Type. Cited in the Boone Indicators as Family Households by Type. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4805
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Juvenile & Family Division Referrals

Referrals to the Missouri Juvenile & Family Division for law offenses or status offenses. Law offenses include all criminal violations except infractions, municipal ordinances, and violation of court order offenses. Infractions, municipal ordinances, and violations of court orders are considered status offenses as of 2013. Other common status offenses include behavior injurious to self/others, habitually absent from home, truancy, and being beyond parental control. This measure includes all referrals, whether or not they are substantiated.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2021
Law or Status Offenses


23,129.00


806.00

Law Offenses


12,382.00


327.00

Status Offenses


10,747.00


479.00

2020
Law or Status Offenses


20,829.00


699.00

Law Offenses


10,785.00


313.00

Status Offenses


10,044.00


386.00

2019
Law or Status Offenses


28,881.00


1,107.00

Law Offenses


15,657.00


542.00

Status Offenses


13,224.00


565.00

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Suggested citation: Missouri Courts Judicial Branch of Government. Juvenile and Family Court Division Reports. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Juvenile & Family Division Referrals. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4774
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Mean Travel Time to Work (in minutes)

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

26.80 Minutes

23.80 Minutes

18.80 Minutes

16.50 Minutes

17.60 Minutes

2016 - 2020
Total

26.90 Minutes

23.90 Minutes

18.60 Minutes

16.50 Minutes

17.50 Minutes

2015 - 2019
Total

26.90 minutes

23.90 minutes

18.30 minutes

16.60 minutes

17.10 minutes

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Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center. American Community Survey profile E7. Commuting to Work. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Mean Travel Time to Work (in Minutes). http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4819
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Median Age

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

38.40

38.80

31.90

29.20

30.70

2016 - 2020
Total

38.20

38.70

31.60

28.80

30.30

2015 - 2019
Total

38.10

38.60

31.20

28.50

29.90

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Age by Sex. United States Census [Table B01002]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Median Age. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4821
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Population by Age Group

Population figures by age groups. Categories include Under 18, 18-64, and 65 and Over. The Child Population indicator is separate and includes categories for Under 5 and 5-17.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

329,725,472.00

6,141,534.00

182,170.00

124,342.00

153,193.00

5-17

16.6%
54,810,954.0

16.7%
1,025,243.0

14.9%
27,121.0

13.5%
16,736.0

14.2%
21,756.0

Under 18

22.5%
74,234,075.0

22.7%
1,392,375.0

20.6%
37,472.0

19.2%
23,859.0

19.9%
30,432.0

18-64

61.4%
202,602,785.0

60.5%
3,715,323.0

68.5%
104,931.0

66.9%
121,948.0

70.0%
87,084.0

65 and over

16.0%
52,888,620.0

16.8%
1,033,836.0

12.5%
22,750.0

10.8%
13,399.0

11.6%
17,830.0

2016 - 2020
Total

326,569,312.00

6,124,160.00

179,704.00

122,659.00

151,071.00

5-17

16.4%
53,646,546.0

16.5%
1,008,377.0

14.6%
26,156.0

13.1%
16,035.0

13.8%
20,893.0

Under 18

22.4%
73,296,738.0

22.5%
1,379,423.0

20.3%
36,546.0

18.7%
22,955.0

19.5%
29,521.0

18-64

61.5%
200,909,753.0

60.6%
3,711,353.0

67.4%
121,131.0

70.3%
86,177.0

68.9%
104,035.0

65 and over

16.0%
52,362,816.0

16.9%
1,033,384.0

12.3%
22,027.0

11.0%
13,527.0

11.6%
17,515.0

2015 - 2019
Total


324,697,792.00


6,104,910.00


177,651.00


121,230.00


148,952.00

5-17

16.5%
53,661,722.0

16.5%
1,010,042.0

14.4%
25,653.0

12.4%
15,021.0

13.5%
20,121.0

Under 18

22.6%
73,429,392.0

22.6%
1,381,612.0

20.3%
36,059.0

18.3%
22,183.0

19.3%
28,815.0

18-64

61.7%
200,484,607.0

60.9%
3,716,573.0

67.8%
120,512.0

71.1%
86,228.0

69.4%
103,445.0

65 and over

15.6%
50,783,796.0

16.5%
1,006,725.0

11.9%
21,080.0

10.6%
12,819.0

11.2%
16,692.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Sex by Age. United States Census [Table B01001]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Population by Age Group. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4803
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Population by Race

Population figures by race. Categories include White Alone, Black Alone, Two or More Races and All Other Races.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total


329,725,472.00


6,141,534.00


182,170.00


124,342.00


153,193.00

Black Alone

12.6%
41,393,012.0

11.3%
695,678.0

9.2%
16,717.0

11.5%
14,352.0

10.8%
16,560.0

White Alone

68.2%
224,789,104.0

80.3%
4,930,466.0

80.0%
145,668.0

75.6%
93,981.0

77.1%
118,082.0

All Other Races

12.3%
40,503,938.0

3.8%
235,862.0

5.5%
10,196.0

7.1%
8,787.0

6.6%
9,932.0

Two or More Races

7.0%
23,039,422.0

4.6%
279,528.0

5.3%
9,589.0

5.8%
7,222.0

5.6%
8,619.0

2016 - 2020
Total


326,569,312.00


6,124,160.00


179,704.00


122,659.00


151,071.00

Black Alone

12.6%
41,227,384.0

11.4%
698,043.0

8.9%
15,924.0

11.1%
13,597.0

10.5%
15,869.0

White Alone

70.4%
229,960,816.0

81.3%
4,978,046.0

80.4%
144,541.0

76.0%
93,196.0

77.5%
117,024.0

All Other Races

6.6%
21,721,654.0

2.5%
156,971.0

4.9%
8,745.0

6.6%
8,100.0

5.7%
8,555.0

Two or More Races

5.2%
16,875,542.0

3.5%
214,318.0

4.8%
8,701.0

5.6%
6,900.0

5.2%
7,884.0

2015 - 2019
Total


324,697,792.00


6,104,910.00


177,651.00


121,230.00


148,952.00

Black Alone

12.7%
41,234,640.0

11.5%
701,334.0

9.0%
15,952.0

10.9%
13,274.0

10.7%
15,879.0

White Alone

72.5%
235,377,664.0

82.2%
5,015,904.0

81.2%
144,228.0

77.1%
93,481.0

78.3%
116,589.0

All Other Races

11.4%
37,321,588.0

3.7%
227,304.0

5.7%
10,323.0

7.6%
9,175.0

6.8%
10,109.0

Two or More Races

3.3%
10,763,902.0

2.6%
160,368.0

4.0%
7,148.0

4.4%
5,300.0

4.3%
6,375.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Selected Characteristics of the Total and Native Populations in the United States. United States Census [Table S0601]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Population by Race. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4895 Population by Race Percent Suggested citation: Missouri Census Data Center. American Community Survey profile D3. Race. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Population by Race. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4895
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Relative Rate Index of Referrals for Black Youth Compared to White Youth

The Relative Rate Index (RRI) shows representation at various contact points in the juvenile justice system. This is the rate of activity involving minority youth divided by the rate of activity involving majority youth. If the RRI is larger than 1.00, that means that the minority group experiences contact more often than White youth. If it is less than 1.00, that means that the minority youth experience contact less often. For example, if the RRI for Black referrals is 7.50 this means that Black youth are seven and a half times more likely to be referred to the juvenile office than White youth.

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YearByState of MissouriBoone County
2022
Total

2.13

6.12

2021
Total

1.94

5.19

2020
Total

2.00

4.70

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Suggested citation: Missouri Courts Judicial Branch of Government. Missouri Juvenile & Family Division Annual Report. Appendix R: Relative Rate Indices by County ? All Offenses. Cited in the Boone Indicator Dashboard as Relative Rate Index of Referrals for Black Youth Compared to White Youth. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4917
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Families in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

8.9%
7,181,779.0

8.5%
131,137.0

6.5%
2,662.0

7.3%
1,839.0

6.9%
2,256.0

Black

17.8%
1,620,880.0

18.8%
28,396.0

23.9%
747.0

25.4%
685.0

23.9%
747.0

White

6.7%
3,930,856.0

7.1%
91,434.0

4.6%
1,564.0

4.6%
897.0

4.4%
1,158.0

2016 - 2020
Total

9.1%
7,245,704.0

8.9%
137,383.0

7.5%
3,072.0

8.5%
2,145.0

8.0%
2,633.0

Black

18.3%
1,650,548.0

19.1%
29,369.0

27.8%
866.0

31.2%
786.0

27.9%
866.0

White

7.0%
4,169,485.0

7.4%
96,884.0

4.8%
1,638.0

4.8%
938.0

4.5%
1,199.0

2015 - 2019
Total

9.5%
7,541,196.0

9.4%
145,021.0

8.5%
3,435.0

9.5%
2,377.0

8.9%
2,894.0

Black

19.2%
1,733,771.0

20.6%
32,191.0

25.8%
870.0

27.2%
730.0

25.9%
870.0

White

7.5%
4,499,472.0

7.7%
102,000.0

5.8%
1,960.0

6.1%
1,183.0

5.6%
1,449.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months. United States Census [Table S1702]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Families in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4809
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Family Households with Children in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

14.8%
4,644,531.0

14.5%
84,947.0

10.0%
1,702.0

10.6%
1,169.0

11.0%
1,506.0

2016 - 2020
Total

15.2%
4,734,760.0

15.1%
89,485.0

11.7%
1,995.0

12.3%
1,374.0

12.5%
1,727.0

2015 - 2019
Total

16.1%
4,995,254.0

16.2%
96,363.0

13.5%
2,294.0

14.8%
1,607.0

14.7%
2,005.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Families by Household Type by Number of Own Children Under 18 Years. United States Census [Table B17023]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard indicator as Family Households with Children in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4814
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Individuals in Poverty

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

12.6%
40,661,636.0

12.8%
762,023.0

16.8%
29,091.0

19.9%
23,021.0

18.6%
26,853.0

Black

21.7%
8,630,739.0

23.5%
155,844.0

36.0%
5,816.0

36.9%
5,088.0

36.1%
5,779.0

White

10.3%
22,616,705.0

10.9%
523,182.0

13.7%
18,873.0

16.9%
14,598.0

15.2%
16,787.0

2016 - 2020
Total

12.8%
40,910,328.0

13.0%
772,992.0

16.9%
28,752.0

20.2%
23,047.0

18.5%
26,241.0

Black

22.1%
8,726,814.0

23.6%
157,184.0

36.9%
5,678.0

41.3%
5,395.0

36.9%
5,657.0

White

10.6%
23,820,939.0

11.2%
540,189.0

13.8%
18,790.0

16.7%
14,329.0

14.9%
16,333.0

2015 - 2019
Total

13.4%
42,510,844.0

13.7%
810,045.0

17.9%
30,183.0

21.8%
24,500.0

19.6%
27,438.0

Black

23.0%
9,114,217.0

24.8%
165,414.0

32.1%
4,950.0

35.1%
4,472.0

32.1%
4,926.0

White

11.2%
25,658,220.0

11.7%
569,988.0

15.0%
20,464.0

18.7%
16,027.0

16.4%
17,804.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Individuals in Poverty. United States Census [Table S1702]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Individuals in Poverty. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4810  
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Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment

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

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Less Than High School

23.9%
5,781,450.0

25.9%
93,220.0

24.0%
1,292.0

28.7%
893.0

27.7%
1,100.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,859,604.0

13.5%
166,565.0

12.8%
2,888.0

16.0%
1,919.0

14.6%
2,420.0

Some College

10.4%
5,998,285.0

10.1%
117,016.0

11.2%
2,819.0

12.7%
1,916.0

12.3%
2,394.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.8%
3,248,758.0

4.0%
48,890.0

7.0%
2,760.0

8.6%
2,316.0

7.6%
2,540.0

2016 - 2020
Less Than High School

24.1%
5,938,811.0

26.1%
97,451.0

24.7%
1,380.0

29.7%
932.0

29.4%
1,219.0

High School Graduate

13.4%
7,742,041.0

13.2%
162,898.0

12.1%
2,651.0

15.4%
1,757.0

13.3%
2,121.0

Some College

10.3%
5,973,583.0

10.2%
117,917.0

12.2%
3,044.0

14.0%
2,063.0

13.1%
2,544.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.7%
3,122,654.0

4.0%
47,856.0

7.3%
2,860.0

9.2%
2,444.0

8.1%
2,685.0

2015 - 2019
Less Than High School

24.9%
6,341,225.0

27.0%
107,161.0

28.4%
1,598.0

30.7%
958.0

30.7%
1,257.0

High School Graduate

13.5%
7,858,253.0

13.1%
160,807.0

11.3%
2,518.0

13.7%
1,625.0

11.6%
1,890.0

Some College

9.6%
6,042,361.0

10.5%
121,133.0

12.7%
3,189.0

14.6%
2,092.0

13.8%
2,706.0

Bachelor's Degree or More

4.3%
3,031,326.0

4.1%
47,781.0

7.9%
3,020.0

10.0%
2,645.0

8.6%
2,815.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Individuals by Educational Attainment. United States Census [Table C17003]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Poverty Rate by Educational Attainment.http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4812
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Child Poverty Rate

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Black

31.2%
3,120,620.0

33.6%
59,172.0

44.9%
1,961.0

46.8%
1,717.0

45.7%
1,961.0

White

13.0%
5,852,925.0

13.5%
136,402.0

7.8%
2,027.0

6.7%
993.0

7.6%
1,489.0

0-5

18.5%
3,535,591.0

18.4%
66,082.0

14.8%
1,487.0

15.6%
1,079.0

16.3%
1,381.0

Under 18

17.1%
12,443,424.0

16.9%
229,574.0

14.6%
5,382.0

14.9%
3,471.0

16.0%
4,766.0

2016 - 2020
Total

-

-

-

-

-

Black

31.8%
3,169,873.0

34.0%
59,545.0

45.0%
1,801.0

53.0%
1,763.0

45.1%
1,801.0

White

13.7%
6,345,279.0

14.0%
143,259.0

8.7%
2,225.0

6.3%
905.0

7.1%
1,367.0

0-5

18.9%
4,375,879.0

18.9%
82,280.0

15.0%
1,792.0

17.1%
1,329.0

16.7%
1,639.0

Under 18

17.5%
12,598,699.0

17.4%
233,927.0

15.3%
5,468.0

15.7%
3,518.0

16.0%
4,609.0

2015 - 2019
Total

-

-

-

-

-

American Indian and Alaska Native

32.2%
231,663.0

25.5%
1,306.0

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

Asian

10.6%
370,660.0

9.0%
2,199.0

10.9%
154.0

11.3%
154.0

11.0%
154.0

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

24.1%
35,458.0

36.0%
984.0

100.0%
28.0

100.0%
28.0

100.0%
28.0

Black

33.2%
3,346,711.0

36.2%
64,554.0

35.1%
1,474.0

40.1%
1,305.0

35.3%
1,474.0

White

14.8%
7,131,982.0

15.0%
156,224.0

8.7%
2,246.0

6.7%
958.0

7.2%
1,367.0

White Non Hispanic

11.1%
4,070,361.0

14.3%
140,200.0

8.4%
2,083.0

5.9%
795.0

6.7%
1,204.0

Two or More Races

18.8%
905,096.0

23.1%
17,484.0

24.5%
793.0

30.5%
746.0

27.3%
786.0

Other Race

29.2%
1,356,208.0

37.0%
9,320.0

70.0%
446.0

34.6%
101.0

70.0%
446.0

Hispanic

26.6%
4,839,972.0

28.9%
26,500.0

31.5%
612.0

22.9%
264.0

32.4%
611.0

0-5

20.3%
3,948,405.0

20.6%
89,699.0

14.3%
1,726.0

17.7%
1,471.0

15.6%
1,559.0

Under 18

18.5%
13,377,778.0

18.7%
252,071.0

14.5%
5,141.0

15.1%
3,292.0

15.1%
4,255.0

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months by Age. United States Census [Tables B17001, B17001A, B17001B, B17001C, B17001D, B17001E, B17001F, B17001G, B17001H & B17001I]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Child Poverty Rate. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4811
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Mean Household Income by Quintile

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.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Top 5%

$453,167

$371,277

$361,573

$349,625

$370,997

Upper 20%

$250,618

$207,969

$212,006

$209,945

$216,251

60% to 80%

$109,673

$94,991

$96,588

$92,501

$95,189

40% to 60%

$69,508

$61,309

$62,381

$57,441

$59,803

20% to 40%

$41,089

$37,099

$36,866

$32,831

$35,184

Bottom 20%

$15,091

$14,394

$13,715

$11,774

$12,786

2016 - 2020
Top 5%

$427,583

$349,533

$331,347

$338,855

$339,254

Upper 20%

$236,069

$195,397

$198,680

$203,299

$202,602

60% to 80%

$103,277

$89,320

$91,185

$87,478

$89,534

40% to 60%

$65,388

$57,612

$58,666

$53,305

$56,096

20% to 40%

$38,637

$34,946

$34,768

$30,556

$33,157

Bottom 20%

$14,364

$13,693

$12,955

$10,698

$11,955

2015 - 2019
Top 5%

$413,654

$339,267

$318,270

$333,846

$327,225

Upper 20%

$228,670

$190,290

$187,536

$194,474

$190,868

60% to 80%

$100,061

$86,972

$88,676

$87,363

$87,364

40% to 60%

$63,218

$55,905

$56,075

$52,171

$53,965

20% to 40%

$37,214

$33,855

$33,030

$29,861

$31,900

Bottom 20%

$13,870

$13,281

$11,876

$9,765

$11,053

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Mean Household Income of Quintiles. United States Census [Table B19081]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Mean Household Income by Quintile. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4820
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Median Income - Family Households with Children

Median income for family households with children. Warehouse data is updated twice a year and is as up to date as the data source when published.

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YearByUnited StatesState of MissouriBoone CountyCity of ColumbiaColumbia Schools
2017 - 2021
Total

$82,767

$77,490

$88,448

$90,623

$89,356

2016 - 2020
Total

$77,445

$72,033

$78,214

$84,153

$78,158

2015 - 2019
Total

$77,263

$69,014

$72,387

$77,898

$72,049

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Suggested citation: United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey, Median Family Income in the Past 12 Months (In 2019 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars). United States Census [Table B19113]. Cited in the Boone Indicators Dashboard as Median Income-Family Households with Children. http://booneindicators.org/IndicatorView.aspx?id=4817
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