Education

5.

Students who are low income and have access to a state-funded afterschool program

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2014Change2012LatinoWhiteAfrican
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Alameda821%21%NANANANANA
Alpine246%
50%NANANANANA
Amador540%0%NANANANANA
Butte1218%
21%NANANANANA
Calaveras540%0%NANANANANA
Colusa1517%
18%NANANANANA
Contra Costa3211%
15%NANANANANA
Del Norte722%
29%NANANANANA
El Dorado523%
12%NANANANANA
Fresno1815%
17%NANANANANA
Glenn1715%
18%NANANANANA
Humboldt1317%
18%NANANANANA
Imperial3311%
12%NANANANANA
Inyo540%0%NANANANANA
Kern399%9%NANANANANA
Kings2912%
13%NANANANANA
Lake497%7%NANANANANA
Lassen389%
15%NANANANANA
Los Angeles2712%
13%NANANANANA
Madera2413%
10%NANANANANA
Marin3410%
11%NANANANANA
Mariposa1118%
24%NANANANANA
Mendocino1417%
22%NANANANANA
Merced2612%12%NANANANANA
Modoc523%
27%NANANANANA
Mono507%
15%NANANANANA
Monterey409%
11%NANANANANA
Napa1617%
19%NANANANANA
Nevada515%
8%NANANANANA
Orange379%
11%NANANANANA
Placer533%3%NANANANANA
Plumas3510%
19%NANANANANA
Riverside428%
9%NANANANANA
Sacramento2213%13%NANANANANA
San Benito468%8%NANANANANA
San Bernardino487%
9%NANANANANA
San Diego2113%
14%NANANANANA
San Francisco331%
32%NANANANANA
San Joaquin3012%
13%NANANANANA
San Luis Obispo458%
12%NANANANANA
San Mateo2313%
14%NANANANANA
Santa Barbara448%
9%NANANANANA
Santa Clara2812%
13%NANANANANA
Santa Cruz623%23%NANANANANA
Shasta1019%
24%NANANANANA
Sierra540%0%NANANANANA
Siskiyou430%
34%NANANANANA
Solano478%
10%NANANANANA
Sonoma3112%
13%NANANANANA
Stanislaus2512%
16%NANANANANA
Sutter419%9%NANANANANA
Tehama920%
24%NANANANANA
Trinity151%
44%NANANANANA
Tulare1915%
17%NANANANANA
Tuolumne540%0%NANANANANA
Ventura438%
9%NANANANANA
Yolo3610%
11%NANANANANA
Yuba2014%
13%NANANANANA

Notes

5. Students who are low income and have access to a state-funded afterschool programIncludes the percentage of students who are eligible for Free and Reduced Price Meals that have access to a state funded afterschool program, as a percentage of all students who are eligible for Free and Reduced Price Meals. Students whose family income is less than or equal to 185% of the Federal Poverty Level are eligible for Free and Reduced Price Meals. Children Now analysis of Free or Reduced Price Meals eligibility, California Department of Education, DataQuest, (August 2014) and average daily afterschool slot availability data provided by After School Division, California Department of Education (August 2014).

NA (Not Available)Data that are not available are noted as NA. The most frequent reasons for NAs include the unavailability of longitudinal data, fewer than 10 cases (low number events), and statistically unstable estimates.

*Data that are created from a 3-year average or a larger confidence interval are noted with an asterisk (*).

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