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In 2014, two of the top enrollment school districts in Nebraska will hold elections for a total of six school board seats across the state. These four school districts will hold their elections on November 4, 2014.
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In 2013, [[Lincoln Public Schools, Nebraska|Lincoln Public Schools]] and [[Omaha Public Schools, Nebraska|Omaha Public Schools]] held elections for 13 school board seats. In 2014, four top enrollment school districts in Nebraska will hold elections for a total of nine seats.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:07, 17 December 2013

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List of school districts in Nebraska

State profile
Number of students: 336,545
Number of schools: 1,254
Number of school districts: 491
Graduation rate: 85.77%
Per-pupil spending: $11,209
State school administration
Commissioner of Education: Scott Swisher
State Board President: Patricia Trimm
State Board Members: 8
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Quick facts
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List of school districts in Nebraska
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Nebraska is home to 491 school districts, 1,254 schools and 336,545 K-12 students.[1]

Quick facts

State school administrators

Enrollment and spending

The following table displays the top ten Nebraska school districts by total student enrollment and per-pupil spending per Average Daily Attendance (ADA).[1][4]

Student enrollment Per-pupil spending per ADA
1.) Omaha 1.) Sioux County
2.) Lincoln 2.) Bruning-Davenport Unified
3.) Millard 3.) Santee
4.) Papillion-La Vista 4.) Wheeler
5.) Bellevue 5.) Umo N Ho N Nation
6.) Grand Island 6.) Coleridge
7.) Westside 7.) Cody-Kilgore
8.) Elkhorn 8.) Exeter-Milligan
9.) Kearney 9.) Keya Paha County
10.) Fremont 10.) Shickley

Demographics

The following table displays the ethnic distribution of students in Nebraska.[1]

Ethnicity Number of students Percentage
White 243,594 72.38%
Hispanic 49,892 14.82%
African American 21,400 6.36%
Two or More Races 9,300 2.76%
Asian 7,010 2.08%
American Indian 4,932 1.59%
Pacific Islander 417 0.01%

School board elections

Upcoming elections

See also: List of school board elections in 2014

In 2013, Lincoln Public Schools and Omaha Public Schools held elections for 13 school board seats. In 2014, four top enrollment school districts in Nebraska will hold elections for a total of nine seats.

See also

External links

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