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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

How Many Students Attend Nonpublic K-12 Schools in New York City?
April 22, 2014;
New York City by The Numbers

New York City Public Schools: Have Per Pupil Budgets Changed Since 2010-2011?
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 the Grade

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
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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

Not All Funding Appropriated for “General Classroom Instruction and School Leadership” Goes Into School Budgets
September 11, 2012; New York City By The Numbers Post

Mayor’s Plan for School Budget Savings Overstates Need for Teacher Layoffs 
June 1, 2011

Charter Schools Housed in the City’s School Buildings Get More Public Funding per Student than Traditional Public Schools
February 15, 2011

What is Yellow and Rises at the Same Time it Falls?
December 23, 2010

Education Department Releases Plan to Add 20,000 New School Seats, but Where’s the Money?
November 22, 2010

As the School Year Begins, School Budgets are Up and Down
September 21, 2010

School Nurse Cuts Would Hit Private Schools the Hardest
June 11, 2010

With Rising Enrollment Charter School Spending Increases, Shrinks for Other Public Schools
May 26, 2010

The 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


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