Maryland is an economically and racially diverse state. However, that diversity is not always reflected in the composition of school districts. In fact, 28% of Maryland schools are considered "racially-isolated" (consisting of more than 90% of a single race). Similarly, 23% of Maryland schools have student populations with more than 75% low income students. Explore the map to discover the racial and economic demographics of public schools in Maryland.Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data. Data analysis by the Maryland Equity Project, College of Education, University of Maryland.