Some interesting data on Franklin has been made available from the folks at ProzimityOne. Using the school district demographic profiles provides insights into the school district community. These data tell us about characteristics of the community including educational attainment, enrollment by type of educational institution/level, workforce and employment, age and gender, place of birth, citizenship status, ancestry, foreign born population, language spoken at home, income and poverty, race/ethnicity, household composition and family structure, housing value and rent, mobility, vehicles, commuting, housing stock and attributes, among others.
For Franklin, you can get the following data by clicking on the links below:
The information is based on data from the 2009 American Community Survey (ACS). Profiles for each Massachusetts school district are included based on boundaries as of the 2007-08 school year. These data provide estimates centric to mid-2007 and are the first “richer demographics” updates since Census 2000 that are available for all school districts. Updates to these data will be available in December 2011, based on the 2010 ACS, will reflect boundaries as of the 2009-10 school year, and demographic characteristics centric to mid-2008.
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