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Racial Disparities in School Infographic AIR hp sm 01The racial disparity grade is based on a determination of how much racial difference there is in the exclusion of students from schools/districts.

Exclusion includes discipline occurrences of Expulsion, out-of-school suspension, Emergency removal by district personnel, and Removal by hearing officer. 

A rate per 100 students was calculated for each of the seven racial groups recognized by the State of Ohio: American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black, Hispanic, Multiracial, Pacific Islander and white.   The average "highest exclusion rate" for the state was 51 exclusions per 100 students.

Then for each school, the racial group with the highest exclusion rate was identified:  Black Students had the highest exclusion rate in 354 of the school/districts (40.3%).

racial disparity ratio was calculated; that is comparing the racial group with the highest exclusion rate to the average exclusion rate for the other racial groups in a particular school. The mean racial disparity ratio was 15.6; that is in the state of Ohio, on average school/districts were 15 times more likely to exclude students from one racial group than the average exclusion from other

Grade: Three schools earned a grade of 100 because they did not have any racial disparity in their exclusion rates. While another 4.7% earned between 90 to 95 for having a racial disparity ratio less than or equal to 1.44. On the other hand, 20 of the districts (2.3%) earned a "0" for having racial disparity ratio greater than or equal to 99.45. Most schools (600 or 68.3%) earned a grade of 40 for racial disparity ratio between 1.45 to 9.44.  Community (Charter) Schools had a higher mean grade (40.11) than Public District (36.98). This difference was  statistically significant (p=.005)

 


 

Racial Disparity Grade

 

 The racial disparity grade was assigned grades based on the following value - any significant racial disparity is failing.  In the context of this report card, any racial disparity ratio greater than 1.44 is failing.  However, to recognize the significant difference between 1.45 racial disparity ratio and 99.45 racial disparity ratio, failing grades were assigned from 0 to 40.  A racial disparity ratio of 1.45 means that the racial group with the highest exclusion rate was 1.45 times more likely to be excluded than other racial groups in the particular school. While a racial disparity ratio of 99.45 means that the racial group with the highest exclusion rate was 99.45 times more likely to be excluded than the other racial groups in the particular school or district.

Three schools earned a grade of 100 because they did not have any racial disparity while another 4.7% earned between 90 to 95 for having less than or equal to 1.44 racial disparity ratio.

On the other hand, 20(2.3%) of the districts earned a "0" for having racial disparity ratio greater than or equal to 99.45.

Most schools (600 or 68.3%) earned a grade of 40 for a racial disparity ratio between 1.45 to 9.44.

Grade

Racial Disparity Ratio

Frequency

Percent

Valid Percent

Cumulative Percent

100

0

3

0.3

0.3

0.3

95

.01 to .44

8

0.9

0.9

1.3

90

.45  to 1.44

33

3.8

3.8

5.0

40

1.45 to 9.44

600

68.3

68.3

73.3

30

9.45 to 19.44

131

14.9

14.9

88.2

20

19.45 to 45,44

56

6.4

6.4

94.5

10

45.45 to 99.44

28

3.2

3.2

97.7

0

>=99.45

20

2.3

2.3

100.0

Total

 

879

100.0

100.0

 

 

 (NOTE: For some school districts this is an approximation of the racial disparity ratio since they report enrollment as "less than10" and exclusions as "less than 10". In those circumstances, we used "5" as the enrollment number and "3" as the exclusion number. Please check with your school district for more accurate information)

 

Community (Charter) Schools had a higher mean grade (40.11) than Public District (36.98). That difference was statistically significant (p=.005). That is, there was less than a .5% probability that the difference occurred by chance alone.

Racial Disparity by Organization Type

Organization Type

Number of Districts

% of Total Number of Districts

Mean

Median

Minimum

Community (Charter) School

273

31.1%

40.11

40.00

0

Public District

606

68.9%

36.98

40.00

0

 ANOVA

         

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

Sig.

   

1843.528

1

1843.528

0.005

   

 

 

 Type 3 Small Town earned the lowest mean grade (34.6) while Type 6 Suburban earned the highest mean grade (41.4). However, the difference in racial disparity grade was not statistically significant. (p=.215). 

Racial Disparity Grade by Typology of Public Districts

Typology of Public Districts

Number of Districts

% of Total Number of Districts

Mean

Median

Minimum

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

123

20.3%

35.33

40.00

0

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

105

17.4%

36.57

40.00

0

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

110

18.2%

34.64

40.00

0

Type 4:  Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

89

14.7%

38.43

40.00

10

Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

77

12.7%

36.88

40.00

10

Type 6:  Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

46

7.6%

41.41

40.00

10

Type 7:  Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

47

7.8%

39.15

40.00

30

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

8

1.3%

40.00

40.00

40

     

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

Sig.

   

2339.023

7

334.146

0.215

   

 

 



Racial Disparity Ratio

 

The racial disparity ratio calculates the relationship between two numbers indicating how many times the first number contains the second. For example, if a bowl of fruit contains eight oranges and six lemons, then the ratio of oranges to lemons is eight to six. In the case of racial disparity ration, the exclusion rate for the highest group is divided by the average exclusion rate for the other racial groups. 

Steps 
(Click on the Step Number for more explanation)

Example District Name 

Akron City

1

Identify the highest exclusion rate by a racial group in the district.

77.0

2

Identify the racial group with the highest exclusion rate.

Black

3

Calculate the number of different racial groups in the district.

7

4

Calculate Average Exclusion Rate of the other Racial Groups in the district.

19.5

5

Calculate the Racial Disparity Ratio by dividing the Highest Exclusion rate (Step 2) by the Average Exclusion Rate (Step 4)

4.0

 

 

1

Identify the highest exclusion rate. 

Calculate an exclusion rate for each racial group present in a particular school.  Ohio divides its student population into seven racial groups: American Indian, Asian, Black, Hispanic, Multiracial, Pacific Islander, and white.

The Exclusion rate is the total of the following disciplinary occurrences: expulsions, out-of-school suspensions, Removal by Hearing officer and Emergency Removal by District Personnel divided by total enrollment for the school. For some school districts, this is an approximation since these schools/districts report enrollment as "less than10" and exclusions as "less than 10". In those circumstances, we used "5" as the enrollment number and "3" as the exclusion number. Please check with your school district for more accurate information)

For the example below, Akron City, the highest exclusion rate was 77 per 100 students. That is in Akron 77 exclusions occurred per 100 Black students.

Focusing on the highest exclusion rate, the mean or average rate was 51.1.  That is, on average, 51.1 exclusions occurred per Black 100 students.   For half the districts, the highest exclusion rate was 33.8. That is, half the schools were excluding one racial group at 33 exclusions per 100 students from the particular racial group.  Three schools had no exclusions. The maximum highest exclusion rate was 420, that is 420 exclusions per 100 students from the specific racial group.

Highest Exclusion Rate

 

Number

879

Mean

51.1

Median

33.8

Mode

60.0

Minimum

0.0

Maximum

420.0

 

 Highest Exclusion Rate   by  Organization Type

 Community (charter) school had the highest mean exclusion rate by racial grouping at 75.3 exclusions per 100 students in a particular racial group. While Public District mean was 40.3. Community schools had a higher median with half their schools having exclusion rates over 60 per 100 students. While some Public Districts reported no exclusions, every reporting community (Charter) school had some exclusions. This difference between community (Charter) schools and Public District was statistically significant (p<.000); that is a zero probability that this difference occurred by chance alone

Highest Exclusion Rate  by Organization Type

 

Number

% of Total Number

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

Community (Charter) School

273

31.1%

75.3

60.0

0.2

420.0

Public District

606

68.9%

40.3

24.3

0.0

300.0

 ANOVA

   

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

   

231280.204

1

231280.204

85.242

0.000

   

 

 

 Highest Exclusion Rate  * Typology of Public Districts

Type 7- Urban schools had the highest mean exclusion rate by racial grouping at 65.4 exclusions per 100 students in a particular racial group. While Type 3 Suburban schools had the lowest mean, 17.9.  Type 8 Urban schools had the highest median with half their schools having exclusion rates over 55.8 per 100 students. Only Type 2 Rural districts reported districts with no exclusions and type 8 urban districts had the highest minimum (36.10) While type 7 Urban schools had the highest rate (300 exclusions per 100 students). This difference between Public Districts based on typology was statistically significant (p<.000); that is a zero probability that this difference occurred by chance alone.

 

Highest Exclusion Rate  * Typology of Public Districts

 

Number

% of Total Number

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

123

20.3%

45.46

26.00

0.30

180.00

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

105

17.4%

37.76

27.30

0.00

240.00

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

110

18.2%

38.18

17.45

0.50

180.00

Type 4:  Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

89

14.7%

38.76

22.60

0.90

240.00

Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

77

12.7%

37.06

21.80

2.50

240.00

Type 6:  Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

46

7.6%

17.94

10.50

0.30

120.00

Type 7:  Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

47

7.8%

65.54

49.40

1.60

300.00

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

8

1.3%

53.63

55.75

36.10

77.00

ANOVA

   

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

   

59824.146

7

8546.307

4.391

0.000

   

 

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2

Identify the group with the highest exclusion rate.

Ohio divides its student population into seven racial groups: American Indian, Asian, Black, Hispanic, Multiracial, Pacific Islander, and white. For each district, we identified the racial group with the highest exclusion rate. Every racial group was represented. But the representation wasn't equitable. For instance: for 354 of the districts (40.3%) blacks had the highest exclusion rate; for 119 of the districts(13.5%) whites had the highest exclusion rate;  Asians with had the highest exclusion rate in 26 (3.0%) of the schools/districts ; while, American Indians, with a mean of 92.9 exclusions per 100 students, had the highest mean exclusion rate in 63 of the districts. The mean highest exclusion rate was lowest for whites (29.4) This difference base on race was statistically significant. (p=.000) That is zero probability that differences occurred by chance alone.

Racial Group With Highest Exclusion Rate

 Racial Group

Number of District

% of Total Number of district

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

American Indian

63

7.2%

92.9

60.0

16.6

300.0

Asian

26

3.0%

64.8

60.0

7.5

180.0

Black

354

40.3%

46.5

32.9

0.2

240.0

Hispanic

115

13.1%

51.1

34.7

0.4

240.0

Multiracial

166

18.9%

54.0

26.4

1.1

420.0

No Group

3

0.3%

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Pacific Islander

33

3.8%

79.6

60.0

10.5

180.0

White

119

13.5%

29.4

3.9

0.1

300.0

Total

879

100.0%

51.1

33.8

0.0

420.0

     

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

   

214547.822

7

30649.689

11.141

0.000

   

 

 

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3

 Calculate the number of different racial groups in a school/district. Ohio reports racial data in seven categories:  American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American (non-Hispanic), Hispanic, Multiracial, Pacific Islander, and White (non-Hispanic). It is important to remember that the 879 districts include both multiple school districts and a single school district. However, no district had only one racial group. The smallest number of racial groups in a school/district was 2; 6 of the districts (.7%)  had only two racial groups. Two hundred sixty-six districts (30.3%) had all seven racial groups. Schools with more racial groups had overall lower mean highest exclusion rate. This difference based on racial groups in a school/district was statistically significant. (p=.002) That is, there is less than a .2% probability that differences occurred by chance alone. 

 

Highest Exclusion Rate by  
Number of Different Racial Groups in the District

 Number of Racial Groups

Number of Districts

% of Total Number of District

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

2

6

0.7%

44.2

20.2

5.3

143.1

3

21

2.4%

64.5

60.0

1.4

240.0

4

120

13.7%

64.0

60.0

0.1

300.0

5

223

25.4%

57.2

44.2

0.0

420.0

6

243

27.6%

42.1

23.1

0.0

300.0

7

266

30.3%

47.6

29.3

0.5

300.0

 ANOVA

   

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

   

55209.102

5

11041.820

3.772

0.002

   

 

 

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4

 Calculate Average Exclusion Rate of all Racial Groups in the district EXCEPT the group with the highest Exclusion Rate. In calculating our ratio, we compared the racial group with the highest exclusion rate to the rest of the students in that particular school/district. The mean average rate of other racial groups 10.9; the median average exclusion rate was 4.2; that is half the schools had average exclusion rate of fewer than 4.2 exclusions per 100 students. Several schools had no exclusions for other groups. The maximum average exclusion rate for other schools was 147.6.

 

Average Exclusion Rate of Other Racial Groups in the District

Number of District

% of Total Number

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

Total

879

100.0%

10.9

4.2

0.0

147.6

 

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5

Calculate the Racial Disparity Ratio.  The racial disparity ratio was calculated by dividing the Highest Exclusion rate (Step 2) by the Average Exclusion Rate (Step 4).  We can calculate the ratio for 879 districts.  The ratio compares values. A ratio says how much of one thing there is compared to another thing. Ratio 3:1. There are three blue squares to 1 yellow square. We report the ratio as a single number because in all cases, the second number is one. That is, a racial disparity ratio of 2.3 means that in a particular school district, the group with the highest exclusion rate has 2.3 times more than the average racial exclusion rate for the other group.  In this case, the average racial disparity ratio is 15.6 which means that for Ohio schools, the group with the highest racial exclusion rate is 15.6 times more likely to be excluded than the other students at the particular district. Half the districts had a racial disparity ratio above 4.9

 

Racial Disparity Ratio 

Number of District

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

879

15.6

4.9

0.0

800.0

 Community (Charter) Schools had a lower mean racial disparity ratio than Public districts. They also had a lower median with half their schools having a racial disparity ratio of less than 3.6. That is, in half the community charter schools, the racial group with the highest exclusions were only 3.6 times more likely to be excluded compared to the 5.4 times more likely in Public Districts. This difference in a racial disparity ratio based on Organization type was statistically significant (p=.005). That is there is less than a .5% chance that this difference in racial disparity ratio based on organization type occurred by chance alone

Racial Disparity Ratio  * Organization Type

Organization Type

Number of Districts

% of Total Number of Districts

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

Community (Charter) School

273

31.1%

8.2

3.6

0.2

150.0

Public District

606

68.9%

19.0

5.4

0.0

800.0

 ANOVA

   

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

   

22009.367

1

22009.367

7.950

0.005

   

 

 Type 8 Urban districts had the lowest mean racial disparity ratio. They also had the lowest median with half their schools having a racial disparity ratio of less than 3.0. That is, in half the Type 8 Urban Public districts the racial group with the highest exclusions were only 3.0 times more likely to be excluded compared to the 8.7 times more likely in Type 3 Small Town schools/districts. This difference in a racial disparity ratio based on Typology of Public District was statistically significant (p=.000). That is there is zero chance that this difference in racial disparity ratio based on occurred by chance alone.

Racial Disparity Ratio  * Typology of Public Districts

 Typology of Public Districts

Number of Districts

% of Total Number of Districts

Mean

Median

Minimum

Maximum

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

123

20.3%

18.1

7.3

0.3

428.6

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

105

17.4%

44.6

7.4

0.0

800.0

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

110

18.2%

25.2

8.7

0.5

600.0

Type 4:  Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

89

14.7%

6.9

4.7

0.9

70.0

Type 5: Suburban - Low Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

77

12.7%

8.2

4.9

2.4

85.7

Type 6:  Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

46

7.6%

7.0

4.7

0.3

70.0

Type 7:  Urban - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population

47

7.8%

4.7

3.6

1.8

18.8

Type 8: Urban - Very High Student Poverty & Very Large Student Population

8

1.3%

3.1

3.0

1.9

4.7

ANOVA 

   

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

   

113141.050

7

16163.007

4.326

0.000

   

 

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Best School Districts 

 

 The best schools all had racial disparity ratio of less than 1.5. That is the racial group with the highest exclusion rate was less than 1.5 times more likely to be excluded than the average exclusion rate for other students in that school/district.  Three schools had no racial disparity because they had no exclusions. Those schools were Ottoville local, Pettisville local and Russia Local. Another 40 schools had racial disparity ratio greater than zero but less than 1.5.  Of those 44 schools, 65.9% (29) were public districts, and the other 34.1% were charter schools.  Of the 29 Public districts with a racial disparity ration of less than 1.5, none were urban schools.  In 44 best schools/districts, Whites were the group with the highest exclusion rate.  The number of different racial groups in the best schools/districts ranged from 3 to 7 with the average and the median number is 5.  (NOTE: For some school districts this is an approximation of the racial disparity ratio since they report enrollment as "less than10" and exclusions as "less than 10". In those circumstances, we used "5" as the enrollment number and "3" as the exclusion number. Please check with your school district for more accurate information) 

 

School Districts with Racial Disparity Ratio <= 1.44

 

Racial Disparity Ratio

Highest Exclusion Rate

Average Exclusion rate minus highest Group

Number of Different Racial Groups

 

Number

44

44

44

44

Mean

0.9

14.7

10.9

4.9

Median

1.0

1.0

0.0

5.0

Minimum

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.0

Maximum

1.4

133.5

116.8

7.0

           

 

IRN

District Name

Racial Disparity Ratio

Racial Group With Highest Exclusion Rate

Number of Different Racial Groups in District

Organization Type

Typology of Public Districts

049817

Russia Local

0.0

None

5

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

047076

Pettisville Local

0.0

None

6

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

049387

Ottoville Local

0.0

None

5

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

048553

Marion Local

0.1

White

4

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

000556

A+ Arts Academy

0.2

Black

5

Community (Charter) School

 

048215

Ottawa Hills Local

0.3

White

6

Public District

Type 6:  Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

049338

Jennings Local

0.3

White

4

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

047688

East Holmes Local

0.3

White

6

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

048991

Antwerp Local

0.3

White

5

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

050625

Edon Northwest Local

0.4

White

6

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

011468

Columbus Bilingual Academy-North

0.4

Hispanic

4

Community (Charter) School

 

046003

Shadyside Local

0.5

White

6

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

050054

Revere Local

0.5

White

7

Public District

Type 6:  Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

000162

Newark Digital Academy

0.5

White

5

Community (Charter) School

 

048587

St Henry Consolidated Local

0.6

White

5

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

045393

Granville Exempted Village

0.6

White

7

Public District

Type 6:  Suburban - Very Low Student Poverty & Large Student Population

050179

Joseph Badger Local

0.7

White

5

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

048579

Parkway Local

0.8

White

5

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

046722

Northeastern Local

0.8

White

7

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

048322

Jackson-Milton Local

0.9

White

4

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

044149

Ironton City

0.9

White

6

Public District

Type 4:  Small Town - High Student Poverty & Average Student Population Size

050328

Fairbanks Local

0.9

White

6

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

049395

Pandora-Gilboa Local

1.0

White

4

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

048595

Fort Recovery Local

1.0

White

6

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

049312

Columbus Grove Local

1.0

White

5

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

000525

Canton Harbor High School

1.1

White

5

Community (Charter) School

 

045211

Bluffton Exempted Village

1.1

White

7

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

000609

Summit Academy School - Lorain

1.1

Hispanic

4

Community (Charter) School

 

046011

Union Local

1.2

White

5

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

151191

The Capella Institute

1.2

Black

4

Community (Charter) School

 

012038

Old Brook High School

1.2

White

4

Community (Charter) School

 

008064

Monroe Preparatory Academy

1.2

Multiracial

4

Community (Charter) School

 

134072

Youngstown Community School

1.2

Multiracial

3

Community (Charter) School

 

133629

Horizon Science Acad Cleveland

1.3

Hispanic

4

Community (Charter) School

 

000306

Summit Academy Community School - Cincinnati

1.3

Hispanic

4

Community (Charter) School

 

143552

Eagle Academy

1.4

Black

4

Community (Charter) School

 

151209

Life Skills Of Northeast Ohio

1.4

Black

4

Community (Charter) School

 

133678

Riverside Academy

1.4

Hispanic

4

Community (Charter) School

 

050518

Wolf Creek Local

1.4

White

6

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

048975

Put-In-Bay Local

1.4

White

3

Public District

 

050567

Norwayne Local

1.4

White

6

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

047571

Holgate Local

1.4

White

4

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

049775

Fairlawn Local

1.4

White

3

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

000131

Glass City Academy

1.4

White

4

Community (Charter) School

 

 

 


 

Worst School Districts

 The worst schools all had racial disparity ratio over 100. That is, students in the racial group, with the highest exclusion rate, are at least 100 times more likely to be excluded than other students. For instance, Fort Loramie Local had an 800 racial disparity ratio. That means that Multiracial students were 800 times more likely to be excluded than students in other racial groups. Of the 20 districts, 85% were public districts. Of the public districts, 60% (17) occurred in rural districts (type 1 and Type 2). In 10 districts, Blacks were the racial group with the highest exclusion rate. Asian and whites only had one district, respectively, where they were the racial group with the highest exclusion rate. (NOTE: For some school districts this is an approximation of the racial disparity ratio since they report enrollment as "less than10" and exclusions as "less than 10". In those circumstances, we used "5" as the enrollment number and "3" as the exclusion number. Please check with your school district for more accurate information)

School Districts with Racial Disparity Ratio >= 100

 

Racial Disparity Ratio

Highest Exclusion Rate

Average Exclusion rate minus highest Group

Number of Different Racial Groups

 

Number

20.0

20.0

20.0

20.0

Mean

283.5

76.7

0.4

5.0

Median

182.4

60.0

0.3

5.0

Minimum

100.0

10.0

0.0

2.0

Maximum

800.0

143.1

1.2

6.0

           

 

IRN

District Name

Racial Disparity Ratio

Racial Group With Highest Exclusion Rate

Organization Type

Typology of Public Districts

049783

Fort Loramie Local

800.0

Multiracial

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

045955

New Bremen Local

600.0

Asian

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

047928

Dawson-Bryant Local

600.0

Black

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

045633

Versailles Exempted Village

480.0

Multiracial

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

045963

New Knoxville Local

480.0

Multiracial

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

046524

Wynford Local

428.6

Black

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

048512

Eastern Local

300.0

Hispanic

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

046276

Southeastern Local

266.7

Black

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

047472

Vanlue Local

218.2

Black

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

050641

North Central Local

206.9

Multiracial

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

049700

Hopewell-Loudon Local

157.9

Black

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

000311

Bridges Community Academy

150.0

Black

Community (Charter) School

 

015329

Istem Geauga Early College High School

150.0

Hispanic

Community (Charter) School

 

148932

Franklin Local Community School

143.1

White

Community (Charter) School

 

048637

Newton Local

133.3

Black

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

050138

Champion Local

130.4

Black

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

047837

Danville Local

125.0

Black

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

049759

Anna Local

100.0

Multiracial

Public District

Type 3: Small Town - Low Student Poverty & Small Student Population

049320

Continental Local

100.0

Multiracial

Public District

Type 2: Rural - Average Student Poverty & Very Small Student Population

046060

Western Brown Local

100.0

Black

Public District

Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

 


 

Searchable Database - Racial Disparity (Searchable Database)

 

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For more detail, see individual schools/district page

(NOTE: For some school districts this is an approximation of the racial disparity ratio since districts that report enrollment as "less than10" and exclusions as "less than 10". In those circumstances, we used "5" as the enrollment number and "3" as the exclusion number. Please check with your school district for more accurate information)

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