Population 25 and older with bachelor's degree or higher compared to national average
Why Is This Important?
Education has always been the foundation for growth, success, and prosperity. Public and private schools in Olathe have a long tradition of preparing our students for success. Olathe is committed to providing an excellent education for its residents, and is home to 35 elementary schools, 10 middle schools, 5 senior high schools, the Kansas State School for the Deaf, Kansas State University Olathe, and JCCC Olathe Health Education Center.
Education rates are based on the population aged 25 and older with a bachelor's degree or higher in Olathe based on US Census Bureau data. The measure uses a 5 year average and is reported annually.
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