Most Dallas ISD students in Oak Cliff high schools are economically disadvantaged

The reasons we choose the schools our children attend is difficult to quantify, but the results of our choices are evident from data we’ve collected. These numbers are based on 2010 U.S. Census data and updated with projections as of Jan. 1, 2018. Using data from the Texas Education Agency’s 2017-2018 Texas Academic Performance Report, we created a snapshot of Dallas ISD’s Sunset, Adamson, and Kimball high schools. See breakdowns for Kimball, Molina and South Oak Cliff high schools at oakcliff.advocatemag.com.


 

 

 

 

 

12,054

Students attending public schools 

1,108

Students attending private schools

1%

of students at Sunset High are white

66.6%

of Adamson’s staff are minorities

45.5% 

of Adamson’s staff are Women

By |2019-02-04T09:37:21-05:00January 31st, 2019|All Cover Stories, All Magazine Articles, Dallas ISD, Education, News|Comments Off on Most Dallas ISD students in Oak Cliff high schools are economically disadvantaged

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Elissa Chudwin is an editor at Advocate Magazines. Email her at echudwin@advocatemag.com.