GOAL 4 create a positive Work environMent in a self-reneWinG orGanization

M

ilestone: Systems are in place to recruit, support, and retain highly qualified and diverse professional and support personnel.
63.7 percent (503) of administrators, 80.5 percent (9,528) of teachers, and 66.4 percent (6,139) of supporting services. Males comprised 36.3 percent (287) of administrators, 19.5 percent (2,302) of teachers, and 33.6 percent (3,105) of supporting services employees. The percentage of Black or African American administrators increased by 6.7 percent between the 2000 baseline year and 2012. The percentage of Asian administrators increased by 2.1 percent, and the percentage of Hispanic/Latino administrators decreased by 0.5 percent during this time period (Table MM-2). Between 2000 and 2012, the percentage of Black or African American teachers decreased by 0.1 percent, the percentage of Hispanic/Latino teachers increased by 2.0 percent, and the percentage of Asian teachers increased by 2.3 percent (Table MM-3). The percentage of Asian employees holding supporting services positions has increased 6.5 percentage points from 4.6 percent during the 2000 baseline year to 11.1 percent during 2012. The percentage of Hispanic/Latino employees holding supporting services positions has increased by 9.0 percentage points from 8.1 percent during 2000 to 17.1 percent during 2012. The percentage of White employees holding supporting services positions decreased by 14.9 percentage points from 61.1 percent in 2000 to 46.2 percent in 2012. The percentage of Black or African American employees in supporting services positions decreased by 1.8 percentage points from 25.9 percent in 2000 to 24.1 percent in 2012 (Table MM-4).

Diversity in Workforce
During FY 2012, there were 22,216 employees, of whom 63.3 percent (14,063) were White, 17.5 percent (3,888) were Black or African American, 10.2 percent (2,264) were Hispanic/ Latino, 7.5 percent (1,670) were Asian, 0.3 percent (62) were American Indian or Alaskan Native, 1.2 percent (260) were identified as Two or More Races, and 0.0 percent (9) were Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. Female employees represented 74.0 percent (16,457) of all employees and 26.0 percent (5,759) were male (Table MM-1). White and Black or African American employees comprised a greater percentage of all positions in MCPS. Approximately 58.2 percent (460) of administrators were White, and 32.4 percent (256) of administrators were Black or African American. All other racial groups comprised a total of 9.4 percent (74) of all administrator positions. The majority of teacher positions, 76.8 percent (9,089), were held by White employees. Approximately 24.1 percent (2,224) of supporting services employees were Black or African American. A total of 17.1 percent (1,583) of supporting services employees were Hispanic/ Latino, and 11.1 percent (1,027) were Asian. During 2012, more females were employed in positions within each of the three employee work groups (i.e., administrators, teachers, and supporting services). Females comprised Table MM-1

Workforce Diversity—Percentage Gender and Racial Composition, 2011–2012 Administrators Other Professionals Supporting Services Teachers Total Workforce Table MM-2 Administrator Diversity—Percentage Gender and Racial Composition, 2000, 2010–2012 Year 2000 2010 AM 2011 2012 0.3 0.3 AsAm 2.0 3.9 AS 3.8 4.1 AfAm 25.7 31.2 BL 33.9 32.4 Hisp 4.6 2.9 HI 3.8 4.1 PI 0.0 0.0 White 67.3 61.6 WH 57.0 58.2 MU 1.2 0.9 Male 40.9 36.6 Male 37.2 36.3 Female 59.1 63.4 Female 62.8 63.7 AM 0.3 0.0 0.4 0.2 0.3 AS 4.1 2.9 11.1 5.1 7.5 BL 32.4 17.9 24.1 11.4 17.5 HI 4.1 7.8 17.1 5.3 10.2 PI 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 WH 58.2 69.1 46.2 76.8 63.3 MU 0.9 2.3 1.1 1.2 1.2 Male 36.3 18.5 33.6 19.5 26.0

Female
63.7 81.5 66.4 80.5 74.0

ANNUAL REPORT on Our Call to Action • 2012 • Diversity in Workforce

77

GOAL 4 create a positive Work environMent in a self-reneWinG orGanization
MILESTONE Systems are in place to recruit, support, and retain highly qualified and diverse professional and support personnel.
Table MM-3 Teacher Diversity—Percentage Gender and Racial Composition 2000, 2010–2012 Year 2000 2010 AM 2011 2012 Table MM-4 Supporting Services—Diversity Percentage Gender and Racial Composition 2000, 2010–2012 Year 2000 2010 AM 2011 2012 0.4 0.4 AsAm 4.6 10.3 AS 10.9 11.1 AfAm 25.9 24.7 BL 23.9 24.1 Hisp 8.1 15.0 HI 16.5 17.1 PI 0.1 0.1 White 61.1 49.5 WH 47.1 46.2 MU 1.1 1.1 Male 32.0 33.0 Male 33.4 33.6 0.1 0.2 AsAm 2.8 4.5 AS 4.8 5.1 AfAm 11.5 12.6 BL 11.7 11.4 Hisp 3.3 4.5 HI 5.2 5.3 PI 0.0 0.0. White 81.9 78.2 WH 77.0 76.8 MU 1.2 1.2 Male 20.3 19.9 Male 19.4 19.5

Female
79.7 80.1 Female 80.6 80.5

Female
68.0 67.0 Female 66.6 66.4

78

Diversity in Workforce • 2012 • ANNUAL REPORT on Our Call to Action

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful