Figure 1. Proportion of Students Identified as Black or African American in Regular Elementary Schools in the Four School Districts That Encompass the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, 2012 Source: Authors’ calculations based on NCES, CCD, 2012 School Universe File (). Notes: The number of regular elementary schools is 327 (77 for Anne Arundel County, 105 for Baltimore City, 105 for Baltimore County, and 40 for Howard County). To make the four subgraphs comparable, the vertical axis is the percentage of schools in each school district with the corresponding proportion of black or African American students in the bins listed on the horizontal axis.
Figure 1.

Proportion of Students Identified as Black or African American in Regular Elementary Schools in the Four School Districts That Encompass the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, 2012

Source: Authors’ calculations based on NCES, CCD, 2012 School Universe File (Keaton 2014).

Notes: The number of regular elementary schools is 327 (77 for Anne Arundel County, 105 for Baltimore City, 105 for Baltimore County, and 40 for Howard County). To make the four subgraphs comparable, the vertical axis is the percentage of schools in each school district with the corresponding proportion of black or African American students in the bins listed on the horizontal axis.

Direct correspondence to: Karl Alexander at karl@jhu.edu, School of Education, 2800 N. Charles St., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218; and Stephen L. Morgan at stephen.morgan@jhu.edu, Department of Sociology, 3400 N. Charles St., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218.

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2377-8261
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2377-8253
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2016-10-21
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