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More than 158,000 teachers, teaching assistants, guidance counselors and administrators drew a pension in 2017 from the New York State Teachers' Retirement System. They were employed in New York State public schools (excluding New York City),...

The database below shows the gross pay for roughly 250,000 educators at public schools in New York state during the 2015-16 school year, as reported by the New York State Teachers Retirement System. Their membership includes all full-time...

New York's school-aid formula considers a district's wealth, enrollment and ability to pay in how to divides much of the $24 billion a year in school aid. But critics said the aid formula doesn't adequately benefit struggling districts.

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The information in this database comes from analysis of payroll records requested in October by the Democrat and Chronicle under the state's Freedom of Information Law. We sought records from 36 municipalities in Monroe and Ontario counties in...

Information on each of the 17,000 regulated child care programs in New York State which serve over 550,000 children. This includes five types of facilities: Family Day Care (FDC), Group Family Day Care (GFDC), School-Age Child Care (SACC), Day...

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More than 2,200 displaced students from Purto Rico are attending public schools in the state, the majority of them in Upstate communities. Figures come from the New York State Education Department's Office of Bilingual Education

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Graduation rates for public school students in New York state continued to inch up in 2017, increasing to 80.2 percent. The database below, which uses data provided by the State Education Department, focuses on students who entered ninth grade...

The database below shows the gross pay for roughly 250,000 educators at public schools in New York state during the 2016-17 school year, as reported by the New York State Teachers Retirement System. Their membership includes all full-time...

In 2014, New York voters approved the Smart Schools Bond Act, a plan to borrow $2 billion to fund technology upgrades in schools and construct classroom space for growing pre-kindergarten programs.

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The State Education Department released the results of the 2017 Grades 3-8 English language arts (ELA) and mathematics tests. In ELA this year, the percentage of students in grades 3-8 who scored at the proficient level (Levels 3 and 4)...

School districts in New York are required to submit about their proposed spending and their proposed tax levy for the upcoming year. The data below shows the figures submitted by each district.

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