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Characteristics of the 100 Largest Public Elementary and secondary School Districts in the United States: 2000-2001
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Table 15.-Number and percentage of public elementary and secondary migrant students and served in limited English proficient (LEP) Programs in the 100 largest districts in the United States and jurisdictions: School year 2000-01 - Part 1  ||  Part 2
Name of
reporting
district
State
Number of
migrant
students1
Percentage
of migrant
students
Percentage of
schools
reporting
migrant data
Number of
summer
migrant
students2
Percentage
of summer
migrant
students
Number of
students
served in
LEP
programs3
Percentage
of students
served in
LEP
programs
New York City Public
Schools
NY
180,440 16.9
Los Angeles Unified
CA
2,472 0.3 100.0 1,193 0.2 311,958 43.2
Puerto Rico Department of Education
PR
(4) 3.1 197 #
City of Chicago School
District
IL
57,767 13.3
Dade County School District
FL
878 0.2 100.0 380 0.1 66,719 18.1
 
Broward County School District
FL
927 0.4 100.0 368 0.1 27,297 10.9
Clark County School District
NV
84 #
Houston Independent School District
TX
1,277 0.6 100.0 56,738 27.2
Philadelphia City School District
PA
Hawaii Department of Education
HI
1,730 0.9 100.0 369 0.2 12,718 6.9
 
Hillsborough County School District
FL
3,094 1.9 100.0 949 0.6 17,156 10.4
Detroit City School District
MI
Dallas Independent School District
TX
960 0.6 100.0 53,053 32.8
Fairfax County Public Schools
VA
16,746 10.7
Palm Beach County School District
FL
7,679 5.0 100.0 1,476 1.0 18,608 12.1
 
Orange County School District
FL
197 0.1 100.0 351 0.2 15,269 10.1
San Diego City Unified
CA
108 0.1 100.0 85 0.1 39,491 27.8
Montgomery County Public Schools
MD
11,416 8.5
Prince Georges County Public Schools
MD
6,332 4.7
Duval County School District
FL
143 0.1 100.0 13 # 2,074 1.6
 
Memphis City School District
TN
Pinellas County School District
FL
2,575 2.3
Gwinnett County School District
GA
32 # 100.0 7,010 6.4
Baltimore County Public Schools
MD
1,902 1.8
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
NC
5,570 5.4
 
Baltimore City Public School System
MD
712 0.7
Wake County Schools
NC
73 0.1 3,019 3.1
Milwaukee School District
WI
5,318 5.4
Jefferson (KY) County
KY
142 0.2 100.0 7 # 1,080 1.1
De Kalb County School District
GA
54 0.1 100.0 12,921 13.5
 
Cobb County School District
GA
9 # 100.0 4,821 5.0
Long Beach Unified
CA
1,706 1.8 100.0 1,566 1.7 34,132 36.4
Jefferson (CO) County
CO
881 1.0 100.0 184 0.2 5,366 6.1
Albuquerque Public Schools
NM
1,384 1.6 100.0 22 # 15,606 18.3
Fort Worth Independent School District
TX
143 0.2 100.0 20,273 25.4
 
Polk County School District
FL
1,875 2.4 100.0 352 0.4 3,154 4.0
Fresno Unified
CA
8,234 10.4 100.0 3,217 4.1 24,806 31.4
Austin Independent School District
TX
236 0.3 100.0 13,841 17.8
Orleans Parish School Board
LA
137 0.2 100.0 219 0.3 1,645 2.1
Virginia Beach City Public Schools
VA
808 1.1
 
Cleveland City School District
OH
1 #
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
MD
792 1.1
Mesa Unified District
AZ
4,808 6.5
Jordan School District
UT
187 0.3 100.0 177 0.2 4,753 6.5
Granite School District
UT
10,098 14.2
 
Denver County
CO
814 1.1 100.0 81 0.1 19,613 27.7
Brevard County School District
FL
60 0.1 100.0 2 # 827 1.2
District of Columbia Public Schools
DC
747 1.1 100.0 267 0.4 8,594 12.5
Fulton County School District
GA
3,081 4.5
Nashville-Davidson County School District
TN
 
Mobile County School District
AL
1,230 1.9
Columbus City School District
OH
1 #
Northside Independent School District
TX
144 0.2 100.0 3,564 5.6
Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District
TX
6 # 100.0 7,123 11.2
Guilford County Schools
NC
2,561 4.0
 
Boston School District
MA
13,217 21.0
El Paso Independent School District
TX
1,357 2.2 100.0 19,757 31.7
Tucson Unified District
AZ
7,162 11.6
Volusia County School District
FL
1,343 2.2 100.0 444 0.7 1,612 2.6
Seminole County School District
FL
6 # 1,636 2.7
 
—Not available.
† Not applicable.
# Less than 0.05.
1Migrant students include those who were enrolled at any time during the previous (1999-2000) regular school year.
2Migrant students include those who were served in a summer program immediately prior to the (2000-01) school year.
3Limited English proficient. Individuals who 1) were not born in the United States or whose native language is a language other than English; or 2) come from environments where a language other than English is dominant; or 3) are American Indians and Alaskan Natives and who come from environments where a language other than English has had a significant impact on their level of English proficiency; and who, by reason thereof, have sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language, to deny such individuals the opportunity to learn successfully in classrooms where the language of instruction is English or to participate fully in our society.
4Data were missing for more than 20 percent of schools.
NOTE: The universe for this table includes outlying areas, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Department of Defense schools.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data, "Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey," 2000-01, and "Local Education Agency Universe Survey," 2000-01.

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