The Department of Education collects information about the number of minority teachers in each district.
It makes for an interesting chart. Note that I used the state median, rather than the average. I often use the average, but didn't in this case, bc it distorted the results. The average is much higher than the median, but tha'ts bc big districts such as Boston have so many teachers.
I was more interested in the results for individual districts, so stuck with the median.
btw: Now that it's posted online, I wish I'd made a change: I should have included more info, such as breakdowns by race, which was available. Oh well, live and learn. Next time.
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- Boston.com's Government Center
- Dept. of Education school and district profiles
- MetroBoston Data Common
- The Boston Indicators Project
- Dept. of Revenue's Data Bank
- Dept. of Revenue Cherry Sheets
- New England Economic Partnership employment data
- Labor and Workforce Development Dept. economic data
- Sec. of State's Citizen Information Service
- MassGIS Geospatial Web Services
- Federal Reserve Bank of Boston data resources
- US Census Bureau
- Bureau of Economic Analysis
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Bureau of Justice Statistics
- Bureau of Transportation Statistics
- Consumer Price Index
- Energy Information Administration
- FBI Uniform Crime statistics
- IRS Statistics of Income
- National Archive of Criminal Justice Data
- National Center for Agricultural Statistics
- National Center for Education Statistics
- National Center for Health Statistics
- USDA Economic Research Service