Percentage and number of ELL students (2011-2012)

Percentage and number of ELL students (2011-2012)

November 2014


Data from the National Center for Education Statistics http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d13/tables/dt13_204.20.asp

 

Percentage and number of ELL students (2011-2012)
Alabama 2.4 percent
17,895
Alaska 11.1 percent
14,538
Arizona 7.5 percent
70,527
Arkansas 6.9 percent
32,671
California 23.2 percent
1,415,623
Colorado 12 percent
101,262
Connecticut 5.6 percent
29,318
Delaware 5.9 percent
6,972
District of Columbia 8.4 percent
3,745
Florida 8.8 percent
234,347
Georgia 5 percent
83,400
Hawaii 13.5 percent
24,750
Idaho 5.7 percent
15,143
Illinois 8.2 percent
170,626
Indiana 5 percent
50,082
Iowa 4.5 percent
22,503
Kansas 8.5 percent
41,052
Kentucky 2.5 percent
16,878
Louisiana 1.9 percent
12,348
Maine 2.7 percent
5,104
Maryland 6 percent
51,574
Massachusetts 7.9 percent
62,354
Michigan 3.7 percent
52,811
Minnesota 6.8 percent
54,034
Mississippi 1.3 percent
6,175
Missouri 2.6 percent
23,169
Montana 2.3 percent
3,318
Nebraska 5.8 percent
17,532
Nevada 19.6 percent
84,125
New Hampshire 2 percent
3,892
New Jersey 4 percent
53,543
New Mexico 16.1 percent
53,071
New York 7.8 percent
204,898
North Carolina 6.7 percent
98,264
North Dakota 2.7 percent
2,589
Ohio 2.2 percent
35,729
Oklahoma 6.7 percent
44,593
Oregon 11.3 percent
63,790
Pennsylvania 2.7 percent
44,242
Rhode Island 6.1 percent
7,724
South Carolina 5.4 percent
38,986
South Dakota 3.7 percent
4,736
Tennessee 3.1 percent
30,996
Texas 14.9 percent
722,043
Utah 5.9 percent
32,423
Vermont 1.6 percent
1,447
Virginia 7.4 percent
91,431
Washington 7.9 percent
82,070
West Virginia 0.7 percent
1,914
Wisconsin 5.1 percent
44,362
Wyoming 3 percent
2,706


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