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Today’s Data: School District Poverty Rates

I’m starting a new occasional feature — highlighting data that shines a light on our county and our communities.  Our governments produce floods of data.  We hope to spoon out a few ounces as it flows by and show you something you might not have known.

Feel free to discuss what you see in the comments.

Today: Poverty rates among children in the county’s nine school districts.

(Incidentally, you can click any of the headers for a given column and the data will sort itself from high to low or vice versa.)

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