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CCCOE Fingertip Facts 2015-16

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The Contra Costa County Office of Education provides programs and services to the county's 261 schools, 18 K-12 school districts, the County Office of Education programs and to the Community College District.

Contents

Enrollment:
Enrollment by District

Enrollment by Ethnic Group

Teachers:
Teacher Stats
Expense of education per pupil in Contra Costa County
Student to Teacher Ratio/Class Size

County Stats

State Stats

Number of School Districts
Categories of Public Schools
History of K-12 Public School Enrollments
Private School Enrollment

The following figures are for 2015-2016

K-12 Enrollment by District
(The following figures include Charter Schools)
District District Enrollment Number of Schools
Acalanes
5,546
6
Antioch
17,874
28
Brentwood
8,738
11
Byron
2,198
4
Canyon
70
1
John Swett
1,754
4
Knightsen
534
2
Lafayette
3,576
5
Liberty
8,185
6
Martinez
4,199
10
Moraga
1,886
4
Mt. Diablo
32,005
53
Oakley
5,008
8
Orinda
2,537
5
Pittsburg
11,076
13
San Ramon Valley
32,2554
37
Walnut Creek
3,613
7
West Contra Costa
30,973
66
Office of Education
4,192
13
TOTAL:
176,413
287

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Enrollment by Ethnic Group
(2015-16)
Group Number Percentage

American Indian

570
0.3%

Asian

21,326
12.0%

Pacific Islander

1,139
0.7%

Filipino

7,393
4.2%

Hispanic

60,992
34.6%

African American

17,101
9.7%

White

57,501
32.6%
Multi/No Response
10,391
5.9%
TOTAL:
176,413
100%

 

Teachers in Contra Costa County
Numbers and Salaries Total
Approximate # of teachers
8,401
Average teacher's salary in CC County (2014-15)
$68,480
Average California teacher's salary (2014-15)
$72,535

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Expense of Education Per ADA (Average Daily Attendance)
in Contra Costa County (2014-15)
District Type Total
Elementary Districts
$9,071
High School Districts
$10,658
Unified Districts
$9,673
Countywide
$9,652

 

Student to Teacher Ratio/Class Size
(2014-15)
  Total
Contra Costa Student to Teacher Ratio
21.7:1
California Student to Teacher Ratio
21.7:1
Contra Costa Average Class Size
26.1
California Average Class Size
25.4

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Other County Statistics
Facts from 2016
Population (Census estimate)
1,123,429
Land
720 square miles
With over 176,000 public school students, Contra Costa County has the 11th largest student population among California's 58 counties.

 

State Statistics
Facts from 2015-16
Population Estimate 39,250,017
Number of counties 58
Number of School Districts 1,025
Number of Public Schools 10,453
Number of Private Schools 3,167
Number of students in public schools 6,226,737
Student to teacher ratio 23.4:1
Charter Schools 1,222

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Categories of Public Schools
District Type Total
Unified
7
Elementary
9
High School
2
TOTAL:
18

 

Largest school district (San Ramon Valley Unified)............32,255 students

Smallest school district (Canyon)................................70 students

 

Categories of Public Schools
(2014-15)
Type Total
Charter
19
Elementary
154
Middle
46
High
32
Continuation high schools
13
Community Colleges
6
Special Education
6
Other Programs
14
Adult Schools
8

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History of K-12 Public School Enrollments
Year Total
1987-88
117,452
1988-89
120,953
1989-90
125,155
1990-91
127,354
1991-92
130,439
1992-93
133,552
1993-94
136,936
1994-95
139,573
1995-96
142,904
1996-97
147,025
1997-98
150,534
1998-99
154,019
1999-00
156,743
2000-01
159,714
2001-02
161,742
2002-03
164,545
2003-04
165,571
2004-05
166,067
2005-06
165,816
2006-07
166,102
2007-08
166,772
2008-09
166,958
2009-10
166,519
2010-11
168,228
2011-12
169,394
2012-13
171,418
2013-14
173,020
2014-15
174,802
2015-16
176,413

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Private School Enrollments
(2014-2015)
  Total
Percentage of students in private schools
11.2%
Total enrollment in private schools (with 6 or more students)
19,804

 

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Page updated on: April 28, 2017

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