Collier County Schools in Texas is not only home to the largest population of students in the United States, it’s also one of the most segregated.
The school district is home to a population of about 8,000 students, according to a 2016 report by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
About 60 percent of the students in Collier county are Black and Hispanic.
In the 2016 census, there were only 5,074 students of color in Colliers school district.
In 2016, the number of students of Color in Collieston had dropped to 1,049, according the census.
Collier students are disproportionately concentrated in a single school district: The Collier school district includes Collier and Collier-Collier-Sandy Hills.
The Sandy Hills is a school district that covers the entire city of Sandy Hills and is in the middle of the county.
The schools are located on the same property as Sandy Hills High School, a public high school located across the street.
The district is also a magnet school, meaning the students are all drawn to one place, making it hard to compare enrollment numbers.
The majority of the schools in Collierville-Sandraville, Sandy Hills, and Colliverno-Riverside are predominantly white, according a 2015 report by The Wall Street Journal.
For the entire state of Texas, that means that a school with a Black student population is more likely to have a student population of Black students than a school where a majority of students are White.
It also means that schools in areas of high racial disparity are disproportionately impacted by poverty, according Black Lives Matter activist Tashia Taylor.
The data shows that the average number of Black kids in Collie County schools is about a third less than the average Black student enrollment in Sandy Hills.
This means that students of different races are attending schools that are more segregated than the schools with the largest Black populations.
This is especially true when it comes to special education, which is disproportionately impacted.
The number of special education students in Sandy Hill schools is actually lower than the number in Collies school district, according Tashya Taylor, a Black Lives Matters activist.
“There is more segregation in the schools that have the largest student populations than there is in Sandy hills schools,” she told Mother Jones.
“It’s a very small difference.
There is a lot of evidence that suggests that when schools have the most students of a particular race, the students of that race have the greatest difficulties in getting access to services.”
Black students in particular are disproportionately affected by poverty in Colliland-Sarasota-Tarrant County, which includes Collirolo-Collivernon, Sandy Hill-Sterling Hills, Sandy Springs-Shelton, and Sandy Hills-Terracocco.
A report released last year by the American Civil Liberties Union found that the Colliollin school district had more Black students and more students of Black descent than any other school district in Texas.
Colliervillos school district has also experienced a drop in its school-age Black students from its 2008-2012 average.
That drop occurred when the number decreased from about 6,000 to 3,600.
In other words, the school district experienced a major decline in the number, race, and ethnicity of students who attend Colliurbillos schools.
“We have seen significant disparities in school quality and achievement across schools,” said Tasha Taylor.
“The numbers are just so alarming, and I think we are seeing a resurgence of the same issues that were in the past.”
Colliier schools are also home to two of the worst-performing public schools in the state.
Colliers schools in San Antonio are ranked as one of Texas worst public schools for student achievement.
The state has a national ranking of “F” on the state’s school-prep test, meaning it’s one of two states where students score poorly.
Collie county schools also rank among the worst in the country in terms of students with disabilities.
The county has a higher percentage of students classified as having disabilities, but these students account for less than 2 percent of Colliers students.
In Colliirles school district of more than 2,200 students, just 2.4 percent of students were categorized as having a disability.
Black students are also more likely than their white counterparts to struggle with the high school graduation rate.
Black and Latino students in Corvallis and San Marcos schools have a graduation rate of about 61 percent compared to 61 percent for white students.
The high graduation rate in Colliarles school districts has been a growing concern for the county school board, according its charter school advocate.
“A lot of these students have been here for so long, and the schools are getting older,” said the charter school supporter, who asked that his name not be used.
“I’m worried that they’re not graduating, and then I have to deal with that issue when I graduate from high school.”
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