Jackson County Exceptional School serves 35 students in grade . This school is a traditional public school and its 2019 accountability rating was N/A. Per student spending for this school is $34,136.
2019 Accountability Rating
Mississippi Department of Education
Jackson County Exceptional School serves 35 students. This high-povertyschool body is 45.95% White and 37.14% African-American.
By Racial and Ethnic Composition:
Total Population: 143,617
Number of Households: 50,185
Median Income: $55,831
|Non-Hispanic White or Caucasian||52,234||52,966||105,200||2%|
|Black or African American||14,745||16,414||31,159||3%|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander||69||74||143||43%|
|Native American and Alaska Native||352||355||707||16%|
|Two or more races||1474||1556||3,030||30%|
Jackson County Exceptional School is a traditional public school funded by local, state, and federal tax dollars. Per student spending for this school is $34,136.
Per-student Spending: $34,136
Per-student Spending: $33,938
Per-student Spending: $397
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