2013 Education Data
Information concerning supply of and demand for performing public schools in the City of St. Louis
Potential school founders, school district and charter school leaders, neighborhood and civic leaders, philanthropic investors and parents can access information concerning supply of and demand for performing public schools in the City of St. Louis.EndFragment
This research was conducted by IFF, using a widget powered by PolicyMap through the generous support of the Regional Business Council, Lindenwood University's School of Education, and University of Missouri-St. Louis' College of Education.
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Data mapped by PolicyMap, an online GIS mapping tool.
View Full Map of Top 6 St. Louis zip codes most in need of quality schools.
Explore the interactive map
- Click on individual schools to learn about their location, enrollment, type and academic performance.
- Click on individual zip codes for the percentage of K-12 students residing there who are able to attend a quality school (service level), the number of K-12 students residing there who are not able to attend a quality school (service gap) and to compare results for the different zip codes across the city.
- Filter the above information by school type (district neighborhood, district selective, district magnet, charter or private), grade division (K-5, 6-8, 9-12) and accountability rating (accredited with distinction thru unaccredited).
- Layer other relevant information, such as the percentage of students who qualify for the federal free and reduced lunch program, the percentage of students living below the federal poverty line, educational attainment, and others.
Learn about the methodology, data sources, and priority areas.
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