Diversity in US Public Schools

Diversity in US public schools varies greatly by state and between school districts (2019-20).
US public schools have an average diversity score of 0.68.
The most diverse state is Hawaii, with a diversity score of 0.79.
The least diverse state is Vermont, with a diversity score of 0.19.
The public schools with most diverse score in each state are listed below (where sufficient data available).
Diversity Score Range: 0.19 0.79 Avg. Diversity Score: 0.68

US Public School Diversity Scores By State (2022)

State
Diversity Score
Most Diverse School (Diversity Score)

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