Education Law Center maintains an extensive database of educational indicators for the state of New Jersey. Spanning over ten years, the database incorporates statistics on an extensive list of education topics including school funding, student demographics, student performance, the teaching workforce, and community context. The data comes from a variety of sources, including the New Jersey Department of Education, the National Center for Education Statistics, the New Jersey Division of Taxation, and the U.S. Census Bureau. The database allows ELC to provide thorough and timely analysis of educational issues facing the state.
The following interactive reports provide information on racial/ethnic composition, free/reduced lunch eligibility, limited English proficiency rates, and special education classification rates of NJ public schools, both district and charter. Interactive elements are in red. Click on the tabs above the title for different presentations of the data.