Are Students With Disabilities Suspended at a Higher Rate Than Other Students?
April 18, 2016; New York City by The Numbers
Do Some Schools Have a Disproportionate Share of Students Living
In Homeless Shelters or Doubled Up in Another Household?
November 4, 2015; New York City by the Numbers
How Much Do Public School Budgets Vary Across the City’s School Districts and Boroughs?
September 8, 2015;New York City by the Numbers
Do a Larger Share of Students Attending the City’s
Specialized High Schools Live in Neighborhoods With
Higher Median Incomes than Those Attending the City’s
Other High Schools?
April 22, 2015;New York City By the Numbers
Is the City Spending at Least 1 Percent of Its Federal
Title 1-A Funds on Parental Involvement?
April 2, 2015;New York City By the Numbers
Students Can Enter a Gifted & Talented Program in New
December 18, 2014; New York City by the Numbers
Has the City’s Budget for Public Education Changed Since
December 10, 2014; New York City by the Numbers
City’s 2015-2019 Capital Plan for Public Schools:
How Many New Seats & When Will They Be Ready?
August 26, 2014; New York City by the Numbers
How Long Is the Commute for New York City High School
Students From Their Homes to Their Schools?
May 29, 2014; New York City by The Numbers
Students Attend Nonpublic K-12 Schools in New York City?
April 22, 2014; New York City by The Numbers
City Public Schools: Have Per Pupil Budgets Changed
January 23, 2014; New York City by the Numbers
Answering Back: SOS Report on IBO’s Comparison of Public
Funding For Charter & Traditional Schools Doesn’t Make
October 10, 2013; IBO Weblog Post
Where Do NYC’s Teachers and Principals Live
Compared With Where They Work?
August 15, 2013; New York City By The Numbers
Have NYC Schools Become More or Less Integrated Over
the Last 10 Years?
February 21, 2013; New York City by the Numbers Post
How Have Student Suspensions Changed Between School
Years 2006-2007 and 2010-2011?
October 12, 2012; New York City By The Numbers Post
All Funding Appropriated for “General Classroom
Instruction and School Leadership” Goes Into School
September 11, 2012; New York City By The Numbers Post
What is Yellow and Rises at the Same Time it Falls?
December 23, 2010
School Year Begins, School Budgets are Up and Down
September 21, 2010
Nurse Cuts Would Hit Private Schools the Hardest
June 11, 2010
Cost of Students’ Free Ride
January 11, 2010
City’s Capital Plan Grows: More Projects, Some More Spending
November 9, 2009
Schools and Trailer Parks
June 25, 2009
Senate Bill Not So Stimulating for Public Schools?
February 9, 2009