BRAC 2005 DoD Report Technical Justification Book 20 May 2005 Summary of Scenario Environmental Impacts Page: 2 of 28
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Median Household Income (US Avg $41,994) $62,216 Basis:
Median House Value (US Avg $119,600) $178,900 MSA
GS Locality Pay ("Rest of US" 10.9%) 14.6%
0-3 with Dependents BAH Rate $2,006
In-state Tuition for Family Member No
In-state Tuition Continues if Member PCSs Out of State No
This attribute defines the population in local school districts and identifies capacity. The
pupil/teacher ratio, graduation rate, and composite SAT I/ACT scores provide a relative
quality indicator of education. This attribute also attempts to give communities credit for
the potential intellectual capital they provide.
NOTE: "MFR"--means a Memorandum For Record is on file at the
installation/activity/agency to document problems in obtaining the required information.
Reasons for not being able to obtain information may be that the school district refused to
provide the information or the school district does not use or track the information. For
each entry, the number of school districts for which data are available of the total number
of school districts reported, and the number of MFRs is indicated.
School District(s) Capacity 532,714 7 of 7
Students Enrolled 528,506 7 of 7
Average Pupil/Teacher Ratio 13.0:1 7 of 7
High School Students Enrolled 150,859 7 of 7
Average High School Graduation Rate (US Avg 67.3%) 88.6% 7 of 7
Average Composite SAT I Score (US Avg 1026) 1028 7 of 7
Average ACT Score (US Avg 20.8) 22 7 of 7
Available Graduate/PhD Programs 16
Available Colleges and/or Universities 16
Available Vocational and/or Technical Schools 39
Extracted from OSD BRAC database as of March 28, 2005
TECH-0040Rv2 - Last updated: April 29, 2005
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