SAT scores, graduation rates, teacher turnover: Compare NC school systems by the numbers

Posted August 25, 2016

— When North Carolina students head back to school next week, they will be tracked from the first day of school to the last. The state collects a multitude of data about students, teachers and schools, including SAT scores, graduation rates and teacher turnover just to name a few.

In honor of a new school year, WRAL News pulled together some of the most recent data available to show how North Carolina's 115 school systems are faring and how they compare to one another.

For example, did you know?

Use the database below to learn more about your school district and see how it compares to the state. Then, scroll down to see how your school district compares with other school systems in North Carolina.

See how your school district compares to the state

Search for your school district to see how it compares to the state average.

Source: N.C. Department of Public Instruction
Graphics by: Tyler Dukes/WRAL

See how your school district compares to others

Select a topic to see how your school district compares to others in the state.

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  • John Johnson Aug 25, 2016
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    Students Are being Left Behind and Uneducated. Schools Hours are Too Short. School No Longer Use and Or Allow Students to have Text Books. Nor Allow Students to Take Any Type Text Books Home, Impeding Students to Gain and Excel in Knowledge... Education is Very Lacking in NORTH CAROLINA.. Nor is there Little or Non Type Physical Education to Insure Healthier Students..