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New York Student and Teacher Statistics

  • Students by Ethnicity
  • White 49%
  • Hispanic 22%
  • Black 19%
  • Asian/Pacific Islander 8%
  • Multiracial 1%
  • American Indian/Alaskan Native 1%
  • Students by Gender
  • Male 51%
  • Female 49%
  • Student Completion
  • 29% Students Attending 2 Year Colleges
  • 50% Students Attending 4 Year Colleges
  • 79% Graduation Rate with Regents Diploma
  • 39% Graduation Rate with Regents Diploma and Advanced Designation
  • Student Economic Level
  • 48% Students Eligible for Free or Reduced-Price Lunch
  • Student Subgroups
  • 7% Limited English Proficient (LEP)
  • Student-Teacher Ratio
  • 13 Students per Full-Time Teacher
  • Teacher Degree
  • 32% Percentage of Teachers with Master's Degree or Higher
  • Teacher Experience
  • 11% Percentage of Teachers with 0-3 Years Experience
  • 5% Percentage of Individuals Teaching out of Certification
  • 20% Turnover Rate for all Teachers
Data Source: NY Dept. of Education , NCES

New York Test Scores

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Grade 3 - New York State Assessments Results (2011)

English Language Arts

56% of New York Grade 3 students met or exceeded standards in English Language Arts on the 2011 NYSA.

Math

59% of New York Grade 3 students met or exceeded standards in Math on the 2011 NYSA.
 

Grade 4 - New York State Assessments Results (2011)

English Language Arts

56% of New York Grade 4 students met or exceeded standards in English Language Arts on the 2011 NYSA.

Math

67% of New York Grade 4 students met or exceeded standards in Math on the 2011 NYSA.

Science

88% of New York Grade 4 students met or exceeded standards in Science on the 2011 NYSA.
 

Grade 5 - New York State Assessments Results (2011)

English Language Arts

53% of New York Grade 5 students met or exceeded standards in English Language Arts on the 2011 NYSA.

Math

66% of New York Grade 5 students met or exceeded standards in Math on the 2011 NYSA.
 

Grade 6 - New York State Assessments Results (2011)

English Language Arts

56% of New York Grade 6 students met or exceeded standards in English Language Arts on the 2011 NYSA.

Math

63% of New York Grade 6 students met or exceeded standards in Math on the 2011 NYSA.
 

Grade 7 - New York State Assessments Results (2011)

English Language Arts

48% of New York Grade 7 students met or exceeded standards in English Language Arts on the 2011 NYSA.

Math

64% of New York Grade 7 students met or exceeded standards in Math on the 2011 NYSA.
 

Grade 8 - New York State Assessments Results (2011)

English Language Arts

47% of New York Grade 8 students met or exceeded standards in English Language Arts on the 2011 NYSA.

Math

60% of New York Grade 8 students met or exceeded standards in Math on the 2011 NYSA.

Science

69% of New York Grade 8 students met or exceeded standards in Science on the 2011 NYSA.
 

All Grades - New York State Regents Exams Results (2011)

Algebra 2/Trigonometry

64% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Algebra 2/Trigonometry on the 2011 NYSRE.

Chemistry

78% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Chemistry on the 2011 NYSRE.

Earth Science

72% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Earth Science on the 2011 NYSRE.

English

85% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in English on the 2011 NYSRE.

Geometry

75% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Geometry on the 2011 NYSRE.

Integrated Algebra

73% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Integrated Algebra on the 2011 NYSRE.

Living Environment

81% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Living Environment on the 2011 NYSRE.

Physics

79% of New York All Grades students met or exceeded standards in Physics on the 2011 NYSRE.
 
Data Source: NY Dept. of Education , NCES

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