Demographic Studies

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    Dallas, TX 75231
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    Demographic Studies is responsible for analyzing trends in Dallas ISD student demographics and regional population demographics, using the Dallas ISD student database, census data, facilities data, and geographic information. Products include enrollment projections; design of attendance zones; district maps; and districtwide collaboration regarding new schools, sizes of additions, feeder patterns, and grade reconfigurations. Requests for analysis based on geography (attendance zones, zip codes, cities, divisions, trustee districts) can be fulfilled by the Demographic Studies department. To request demographics data not available on this website, please submit a Public Information Request.

    Located in north central Texas, the Dallas Independent School District is the 16th largest school district in the nation with a diverse population of about 
    139,000 students. Serving these students are more than 20,000 employees, making the Dallas ISD one of the largest employers in the city of Dallas.
    The Dallas ISD encompasses most of the city of Dallas, and also serves portions of Addison, Balch Springs,
    Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Combine, 
    Duncanville, Desoto, Farmers Branch, Garland, Highland Park,
    Hutchins, Lancaster, Mesquite, 
    Seagoville, University Park, and Wilmer.