The district report card provides the average number of teachers in this district and the state. The total number of teachers reported here is based on the state’s definition of a "classroom" teacher. There are other adults who work in school buildings, many of whom work with children, who are not counted here.
Click on the triangle under this table to view demographic information about the teachers in this district. Here you'll find the number and percentage of classroom teachers reported by gender and by ethnic group.
District and state averages are calculated based on schools with similar grade ranges. This table uses six grade level categories in order to provide you with the most accurate data for comparisons. Across the state, districts vary the way they split grade levels across schools. Schools might have standard grade level groupings (K-5, 6-8, 9-12), or they may have less common ones, like: K-12, K-8, 7-12, 4-5, 6-11, and 10-12. Since schools are different depending on the age of the children they serve, the categories in this table group schools with other schools "most like theirs." For additional information about how school grade levels are categorized see the Data Sources & Information Guide.
For more information about how "classroom teacher" is defined or how these totals and averages were determined, see the Data Sources & Information Guide.