Brazilian, French, German, etc.) provided by the U. Children in Poverty, by School District, 2013 - Shows Children, Age 5 to 17, from Families in Poverty in Indiana in 2013, by 2013-2014 School District.

Attributes include total population of each school district, population of relevant children (ages 5 to 17), number of children from families in poverty, and percentage of children that are from families in poverty. The data were merged into the 2014 version of USCB data for of school district boundaries (2013-2014).

Race and ethnicity data are derived from SF 1, tables P1, P3 and P4, which is based on questions asked on the short Census questionnaire which is sent to the entire population. Census Bureaus American Factfinder search engine, were provided by Linda Zellmer, Head, Geology Library, Indiana University.

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The data are estimates for 2011 and were produced under the Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE) program of the U. Children in Poverty, by School District, 2000 - Shows Children, Age 5 to 17, from Families in Poverty in Indiana in 2004, by School District (0,000).

Attributes include total population of each school district, population of relevant children (ages 5 to 17), number of children from families in poverty, and percentage of children that are from families in poverty. The data were merged into boundaries of school districts as of 2000 (USCB).

These data are based on questions in the population and housing long census questionnaire of the U. Census Bureau, collected from a sample of the population.

Race is a persons self-identified race or races with which respondent most closely identifies. The race data used consists of data for people of one race alone.

Census Tracts, 2011 (0,000) - Shows Census Tract Areas for Indiana in 2011 (USCB).

Census tracts are not legal boundaries, but are considered stable geographic units used for the presentation of decennial census data.

Census Blocks, 2011 (0,000) - Shows Census Block Areas in Indiana for 2011 (USCB).

Census block areas are not legal boundaries, but are considered stable geographic units used for the presentation of decennial census data.

Ethnicity (origin) is the heritage, nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or the person's parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States. NOTE - The displayed attribute fields shown in Indiana Map do not provide population values based on Ethnicity.