2017-2018 Racial Equity Report Cards

The 2017 Racial Equity Report Cards (RERCs) are listed below. For more information about the RERCs, visit the main page here.

2017-2018 Racial Equity Report Cards

Alamance-Burlington County
2017-18
Total Student Population:
% of Student Population (Black):
%
% of Student Population (Latinx):
%
% of Student Population (White):
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready':
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready' (Black):
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready' (Latinx):
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready' (White):
%
Likelihood That White Students Will Score 'College and Career Ready' in Grades 3-8 Compared to Black Students:
?
Likelihood That White Students Will Score 'College and Career Ready' in Grades 3-8 Compared to Hispanic Students:
%
Percent of Juvenile Complaints That Were School Based:
%
Short-Term Suspension Percentage (Black):
%
Short-Term Suspension Percentage (Hispanic):
%
Short-Term Suspension Percentage (White):
%
Likelihood that Black Students Will Be Short-Term Suspended Compared to White Students:
?
Anson County
2017-18
Total Student Population:
3,351
% of Student Population (Black):
56.4%
% of Student Population (Latinx):
5.2%
% of Student Population (White):
33.0%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready':
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready' (Black):
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready' (Latinx):
%
% in Grades 3-8 who Scored 'College and Career Ready' (White):
%
Likelihood That White Students Will Score 'College and Career Ready' in Grades 3-8 Compared to Black Students:
?
Likelihood That White Students Will Score 'College and Career Ready' in Grades 3-8 Compared to Hispanic Students:
33.0%
Percent of Juvenile Complaints That Were School Based:
58.1%
Short-Term Suspension Percentage (Black):
79.7%
Short-Term Suspension Percentage (Hispanic):
3.0%
Short-Term Suspension Percentage (White):
11.0%
Likelihood that Black Students Will Be Short-Term Suspended Compared to White Students:
4.3X

Alamance-Burlington County Schools (2017-2018)

Anson County Schools (2017-2018)