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Statistical Summaries

Table 1
Number of Public Schools (K - 12)
Number of Elementary Schools 993
Number of Middle Schools 301
Number of Secondary Schools 324
Number of Vocational Schools 17
Special Education Schools 13
Number of Adult High Schools 33
Number of Alternative Schools 28
Total Number of Schools 1,709

 

Table 2
Training of Public Personnel (K - 12)
  Men Women Not Reported Total
Ph. D. Degree 284 476 9 769
Ed. S. Degree 984 2,644 89 3,717
M.A. plus 45 qtr. hrs. 1,446 5,016 102 6,564
Master’s Degree 5,020 18,923 1,180 25,123
Bachelor’s Degree 5,127 20,531 2,069 27,727
3 Years College 0 0 0 0
2 Years College 4 5 0 9
1 Year College 1 0 0 1
0 Years College 559 268 9 836
Total 13,425 47,863 3,458 64,746

 

Table 3
Assignment of Teachers, Administrators and Members of Boards of Education (K - 12)
Elementary Classroom Teachers 43,479.86
Secondary Classroom Teachers 18,376.89
Total Classroom Teachers 61,856.75
   
Elementary School Principals 1,151.22
Secondary School Principals 416.90
Principals Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 114.18
Total School Principals  1,682.30
   
Elementary School Assistant Principals 638.76
Secondary School Assistant Principals 762.88
Assistant Principals Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 78.81
Total Assistant Principals 1,480.45
   
Supervisors of Instruction – Elementary Grades Only 87.55
Supervisors of Instruction – Secondary Grades Only 59.13
Supervisors of Instruction Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 117.84
Total Supervisors of Instruction  264.52
   
Elementary Librarians 1,086.01
Secondary Librarians 392.46
Librarians Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 114.00
Total Librarians 1,592.47
   
Elementary Guidance Personnel 1,122.51
Secondary Guidance Personnel 850.90
Guidance Personnel Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 94.76
Total Guidance Personnel 2,068.17
   
Other Professional Instructional Personnel 2,386.44
Psychological Personnel 397.63
Attendance Personnel 82.55
Total Number of Instructional Personnel 71,811.28
   
Superintendents 135.02
Assistant Superintendents 34.80
Other Licensed Educators 401.54
Total Number of Certificated Personnel 72,382.64
   
Non-Certificated Administrative Personnel 765.08
Members of Boards of Education 957.00

 

Table 4
Other Employees of Boards of Education
Health Personnel
a. Nurses 744.33
b. Other Professional & Technical Health Personnel 265.10
   
Secretarial and Clerical Personnel
a. School Support Level 4,237.38
b. System Support Level 1,707.12
   
Plant Operation Personnel
a. Custodians 5,488.28
b. Other 281.30
   
Plant Maintenance Personnel 2,167.57
Transportation Personnel 5,583.90
Food Service Personnel 9,454.36
   
Educational Assistants
a. Regular 6,247.67
b. Library 523.44
c. Special Education 7,321.33
d. Vocational Education 92.00
e. Other 897.88
   
Data Processing 605.85
School Safety Personnel 794.20
Other Employees 3,534.55
Total 50,126.26
   
Total Number of Employees of Board of Education 124,230.98

 

TABLE 5
Average Salary
Licensed Educators $45,739
Instructional Personnel $45,503
Classroom Teachers $43,815
Principals $70,835
Superintendents $93,802

 

TABLE 6
Number of High School Graduates
Regular Diplomas 54,041
Special Education Diplomas 2,302
Certificates of Attendance 527
   
Grand Total All Diplomas/Certificates 56,600

 

TABLE 7A
Average Daily Membership*
Kindergarten 76,779   Eighth Grade 71,442
First Grade 76,901 Ninth Grade 78,477
Second Grade 74,058 Tenth Grade 72,277
Third Grade 72,257 Eleventh Grade 64,126
Fourth Grade 70,698 Twelfth Grade 58,052
Fifth Grade 69,946  
Sixth Grade 70,823 Special Education Self-Contained 16,069
Seventh Grade 71,244 Total ADM 943,149

*Includes Adult High School Students  - Total off due to rounding.

 

TABLE 7B
Average Daily Attendance*
Kindergarten 72,322   Eighth Grade

67,305

First Grade 72,897 Ninth Grade 72,918
Second Grade 70,481 Tenth Grade 67,140
Third Grade 68,948 Eleventh Grade 59,414
Fourth Grade 67,531 Twelfth Grade 53,272
Fifth Grade 66,752  
Sixth Grade 67,306 Special Education Self-Contained 14,598
Seventh Grade 67,433 Total ADA 888,318

Note: Total is off due to rounding

*Includes Adult High School Students

 

TABLE 8
Net Enrollment (Kindergarten through Twelve)
Kindergarten 80,178   Eighth Grade 76,074
First Grade 81,425 Ninth Grade 84,743
Second Grade 77,927 Tenth Grade 79,442
Third Grade 75,891 Eleventh Grade 70,646
Fourth Grade 74,340 Twelfth Grade 64,141
Fifth Grade 73,416  
Sixth Grade 74,829 Special Education Self-Contained 12,118
Seventh Grade 75,460 Total Net Enrollment 1,000,630

 

TABLE 9
Record of Pupil Progress
Grade Promotions Retentions Incidents of Suspension Student Expulsions
Kindergarten 71,559 3,853 1,448 55
First Grade 72,342 2,878 2,041 41
Second Grade 70,978 1,217 2,526 33
Third Grade 70,215 789 3,305 33
Fourth Grade 69,174 601 4,273 44
Fifth Grade 64,185 591 7,473 53
Sixth Grade 67,776 1,118 14,132 196
Seventh Grade 67,180 1,736 20,426 391
Eighth Grade 63,468 1,593 20,617 501
Ninth Grade 66,392 7,240 32,466 957
Tenth Grade 62,187 5,154 22,381 729
Eleventh Grade 56,106 3,521 14,479 446
Twelfth Grade 50,828 1,302 7,714 222
C. D. N/A N/A 7,737 27
Total 852,390 31,593 161,018 3,728
  • Students Suspended: 75,263*
  • Students Remanded: 12,337*

* Data not available by individual grade

 

TABLE 10
Programs of Education Other Than Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve Run by local Boards of Education
Headstart Pupils 2,515
Summer School Pupils 28,192
Adult Basic Education 27,723
Other Pupils 40,394
Total Pupils 98,824

 

TABLE 11
Number of Children with Disability Receiving Special Education Services
Learning Disabled 47,410
Mentally Retarded 10,407
Gifted 17,064
Speech Impaired 20,616
Language Impaired 13,688
Emotionally Disturbed 4,068
Autism 3,744
Health Impaired 12,481
Physically Impaired 949
Deaf 151
Hearing Impaired 1,224
Blind 161
Visually Impaired 581
Deaf/Blind 3
Multi-Handicapped 1,938
Other Functionally Retarded 4,948
Other Developmentally Delayed 7,072
Traumatic Brain Injury 307
Total 146,812

 

TABLE 12
(PART A) Pupil Transportation
Miles of Bus Route One Way (Daily) 299,373
Number of Vehicles Employed in Pupil Transportation 8,431
Number of Pupils Enrolled for Transportation 627,088
Average Number of Pupils Transported Over 1 1/2 Miles 565,654
Type of Ownership
Private 10
Public 95
Combination 16
Number of Bus Drivers by Sex
Male 3,958
Female 4,708
Total 8,666
Accidents Person Injured:
Personal Injuries 233
Fatalities 0
Type of Accident:
Property Damage 867
Personal Injury 96

 

TABLE 12 (PART B)
Age and Tenure of Bus Driver Personnel
Age (in years) # of Drivers   Tenure (in years) # of Drivers
21-30 413 0-5 3,072
31-40 1,463 6-10 1,523
41-50 2,200 11-20 1,423
51-60 2,327 21-30 688
61-70 1,417 31-40 200
71+ 357 41+ 34
Total 8,177 Total 6,940

 

TABLE 12 (PART C)
Composite Age of Type I and II Buses in Operation (Including Spares)
Years in Service # Buses   Years in Service # Buses
1 570 10 615
2 513 11 629
3 518 12 699
4 512 13 474
5 592 14 421
6 592 15 287
7 643 16 50
8 672 17 11
9 633 Total 8,431