The number of non-white students rose by 200% statewide in the last 20 years, driven in large part by growing diversity in cities like Manchester and Nashua.
The number of white students has been declining in the last twenty years, driving an overall decline in public school enrollment in New Hampshire. The number of non-white students has increased steadily, but white students still make up 83% of public school enrollment overall.
"Non-white" includes students who identify as Black, Hispanic, Asian and Pacific Islander, American Indian or Native Alaskan, or more than one race. "White" indicates all students who identify as non-Hispanic white.
Source:New Hampshire Department of Education