ERIC Number: ED043929
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Oct-11
Reference Count: 0
A Study to Determine the Feasibility of Redefining Present School Attendance Area Boundaries to Coincide with or Otherwise Relate Logically to the U.S. Census Bureau Tracts, and Four Sub-Reports.
Araki, Charles T.
This document reports on a study to determine the feasibility of redefining Hawaii school attendance boundaries in relation to U.S. census tracts. It is recommended that a system of satellite school divisions be established, to consist of nestings of schools with the largest division being the high school area. Within each high school area would be smaller areas of junior high and elementary schools. The following subprojects are also reported: (1) the actual school boundary survey, (2) the basis for estimating future Hawaii public school membership, (3) a school planning statistics manual, and (4) the 1962-1966 mobility rates of public school children in Hawaii. Numerous tables and data illustrate study findings. (Maps, and tables pages SR-3-1 to SR-3-38 may reproduce poorly because of marginal legibility.) (Author/LLR)
Descriptors: Assessed Valuation, Census Figures, Demography, Enrollment Projections, Feasibility Studies, Geographic Distribution, Housing, Population Distribution, Population Growth, Population Trends, School Demography, School Districts, School Planning, Statistical Data, Student Mobility, Tables (Data)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Hawaii State Dept. of Education, Honolulu.