U.S. Department of Education
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Number of schools, students, and teachers in regular schools with membership for the 100 largest cities in the United States
Note: Cities listed by 2010-11 student membership size, descending. City name is based on specific location of school and United States Post Office assigned city designations. Membership is the count of students enrolled on October 1 of the reported school year. Analysis includes only regular schools with membership greater than zero. Data include all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Operating schools include all those providing services during the reported school year. New schools are schools opened for the first time within the school year reported. Continuing operations schools include schools that provided services in the prior school year.
Counts of students and teachers for closed schools are for the prior school year. For example, counts of students for schools closed in school year 2000–01 are based on enrollments for these schools in school year 1999–2000.
Membership is the count of students enrolled on October 1 of the reported school year. Analysis includes only regular schools with membership greater than zero. Data include all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Worcester, MA, New Haven–Milford, CT, and Springfield, MA Metro Areas became metropolitan statistical areas in 2006–07. North Port–Bradenton–Sarasota, FL Metro Area became a metropolitan statistical area in 2010–11. Data for prior years are not available.
Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2001–02, Version 1a; 2002–03, Version 1a; 2003–04, Version 1a; 2004–05, Version 1b; 2005–06, Version 1a; 2006–07, Version 1c; 2007–08, Version 1b; 2008–09, Version 1b; 2009–10, Version Provisional 2a; and 2010–11, Version Provisional 2a.