Teaching in Gwinnett County
Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia
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Median Family Income in 2000: $67,047
Per-Capita Income in 2000: $25,131
Total District Revenue: $1,071,049,000
Percent of Revenue from Gwinnett County County: 52 %
Percent of Revenue from Georgia: 45 %
Percent of Revenue from US: 3 %
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Gwinnett County Public Schools is a school district operating in Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA. GCPS is notably known as the largest school system in Georgia, with an estimated enrollment of 159,258 students for the 2007-2008 year. By the 2010-11 school year, student enrollment in Gwinnett is projected to top 176,000 students. GCPS is estimated to be the 15th largest school district in the U.S.
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