Research
St. Louis Needs Assessment
 
Data mapped by PolicyMap, an online GIS mapping tool.

 

You can explore our interactive maps by:

  • Clicking on individual schools to learn about their location, enrollment, type and academic performance.
  • Clicking 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.
  • Filtering 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).
  • Layering 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.

For more information on the underlying methodology, please click here. To view the data sources, please click hereFor a downloadable version of the St. Louis priority areas, please click here.

 
 

Illinois
One N. LaSalle St.
Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60602
T. 312 629 0060
F. 312 629 0061

Indiana
202 E. Market St.
The Platform
Indianapolis, IN 46204
T. 317 454 8530

Michigan
3011 W Grand Blvd
Suite 1715
Detroit, MI 48202
T. 313 309 7825

Missouri
911 Washington Ave.
Suite 203
St. Louis, MO 63101
T. 314 588 8840
F. 314 588 2170

Wisconsin
215 N. Water St.
Suite 225
Milwaukee, WI 53202
T. 414 563 1100

 
 

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