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Statistical Summaries

Table 1 Number of Public Schools (K - 12)
Number of Elementary Schools 1,008
Number of Middle Schools 319
Number of Secondary Schools 355
Number of Vocational Schools 17
Special Education Schools 10
Number of Adult High Schools 28
Number of Alternative Schools 21
Total Number of Schools 1,758
Table 2 Training of Public Personnel (K - 12)
  Men Women Not Reported Total
Ph. D. Degree 367 642 1 1009
Ed. S. Degree 1,357 4,043 4 5,404
M.A. plus 45 qtr. hrs. 1,402 4,871 1 6,274
Master’s Degree 5,964 22,040 36 28,039
Bachelor’s Degree 5,925 21,678 120 27,723
3 Years College 0 1 0 1
2 Years College 16 27 0 43
1 Year College 0 0 0 0
0 Years College 705 311 2 1,017
Total 15,736 53,612 163 69,511
Table 3 Assignment of Teachers, Administrators and Members of Boards of Education (K - 12)
Elementary Classroom Teachers 45,256.76
Secondary Classroom Teachers 19,752.26
Total Classroom Teachers 65,009.02
   
Elementary School Principals 1,173.85
Secondary School Principals 454.79
Principals Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 116.98
Total School Principals  1,745.62
   
Elementary School Assistant Principals 699.93
Secondary School Assistant Principals 853.25
Assistant Principals Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 97.33
Total Assistant Principals 1,650.51
   
Supervisors of Instruction – Elementary Grades Only 84.77
Supervisors of Instruction – Secondary Grades Only 82.49
Supervisors of Instruction Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 111.81
Total Supervisors of Instruction  279.07
   
Elementary Librarians 1,091.30
Secondary Librarians 419.24
Librarians Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 98.77
Total Librarians 1,609.31
   
Elementary Guidance Personnel 1.176.98
Secondary Guidance Personnel 975.66
Guidance Personnel Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 122.83
Total Guidance Personnel 2,275.47
   
Other Professional Instructional Personnel 3,398.97
Psychological Personnel 445.31
Attendance Personnel 86.83
Total Number of Instructional Personnel 76,500.11
   
Superintendents 136.04
Assistant Superintendents 42.87
Other Licensed Educators 511.28
Total Number of Certificated Personnel 77,190.30
   
Non-Certificated Administrative Personnel 810.32
Members of Boards of Education 940.00
Table 4 Other Employees of Boards of Education
Health Personnel
a. Nurses 994.06
b. Other Professional & Technical Health Personnel 401.47
 
Secretarial and Clerical Personnel
a. School Support Level 4,745.14
b. System Support Level 1,891.96
 
Plant Operation Personnel
a. Custodians 4,362.01
b. Other 222.04
 
Plant Maintenance Personnel 2075.29
Transportation Personnel 6,395.90
Food Service Personnel 9,185.92
 
Educational Assistants
a. Regular 6,335.26
b. Library 554.07
c. Special Education 8,399.33
d. Vocational Education 81.05
e. Other 1,426.98
 
Data Processing 689.34
School Safety Personnel 883.27
Other Employees 1,737.60
Total 50,377.69
 
Total Number of Employees of Board of Education 129,318.31
TABLE 5 Average Salary
Licensed Educators $48,154
Instructional Personnel $47,877
Classroom Teachers $45,891
Principals $76,476
Superintendents $103,770
TABLE 6 Number of High School Graduates
Regular Diplomas 62,147
Special Education Diplomas 1,113
Certificates of Attendance 87
 
Grand Total All Diplomas/Certificates 63,347
TABLE 7 Average Daily Membership*
Kindergarten 76,171
First Grade 75,757
Second Grade 73,714
Third Grade 73,676
Fourth Grade 74,246
Fifth Grade 73,811
Sixth Grade 72,915
Seventh Grade 71,561
Eighth Grade 69,791
Ninth Grade 73,482
Tenth Grade 70,483
Eleventh Grade 64,897
Twelfth Grade 63,741
Special Education Self-Contained 15,108
Total ADM 949,354

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

 

TABLE 8 Average Daily Attendance*
Kindergarten 71,864
First Grade 71,940
Second Grade 70,288
Third Grade 70,420
Fourth Grade 71,013
Fifth Grade 70,551
Sixth Grade 69,514
Seventh Grade 67,952
Eighth Grade 66,132
Ninth Grade 69,083
Tenth Grade 65,999
Eleventh Grade 60,619
Twelfth Grade 58,677
 
Special Education Self-Contained 13,756
Total ADA 897,807

*Includes Adult High School Students

 

TABLE 9 First Month Membership (Kindergarten through Twelve)
Kindergarten 77,165
First Grade 76,716
Second Grade 74,815
Third Grade 74,773
Fourth Grade 75,515
Fifth Grade 75,249
Sixth Grade 74,512
Seventh Grade 73,294
Eighth Grade 71,604
Ninth Grade 75,480
Tenth Grade 72,725
Eleventh Grade 66,978
Twelfth Grade 68,190
Total Net Enrollment 957,016

 

TABLE 10 Record of Pupil Progress
Grade Promotions Retentions Incidents of Suspension Student Expulsions Long Term Change of Placement Students Suspended
Kindergarten 68,196 2,708 840 14 5 547
First Grade 68,684 2,097 2,062 40 14 1,324
Second Grade 68,216 794 2,579 55 31 1,656
Third Grade 68,406 523 3,230 71 28 2,076
Fourth Grade 69,149 360 3,739 77 45 2,494
Fifth Grade 69,102 266 5,718 110 111 3,652
Sixth Grade 67,337 652 11,297 198 527 6,510
Seventh Grade 65,805 798 14,513 405 913 8,120
Eighth Grade 63,950 607 14,727 492 1,056 8,318
Ninth Grade 62,073 4,632 25,589 969 1,623 11,716
Tenth Grade 60,411 3,144 20,598 828 1,408 10,268
Eleventh Grade 56,215 1,589 14,111 607 1,036 7,832
Twelfth Grade 59,507 1,380 10,997 473 717 6,580
Total 847,051 19,550 129,000 4,339 7,514 71,093

 

TABLE 11 Number of Children Ages 3 through 21 with Disability Receiving Special Education Services
Learning Disabled 43,337
Intellectual Disabled 7,582
Speech /Language Impaired 32,925
Emotionally Disturbed 3,371
Autism 5,944
Health Impaired 12,824
Physically Impaired 808
Hearing Impaired or Deaf 1,502
Visually Impaired or Blind 728
Deaf/Blind 10
Multi-Disabilities 2,164
Developmentally Delayed 7,929
Traumatic Brain Injury 292
Total 119,416

 

TABLE 12 (PART A) Pupil Transportation
Miles of Bus Route One Way (Daily) 311,074
Number of Vehicles Employed in Pupil Transportation 8,912
Number of Pupils Enrolled for Transportation 638,758
Average Number of Pupils Transported Over 1 1/2 Miles 530,734
Type of Ownership
Private 11
Public 95
Combination 16
Number of Bus Drivers by Sex
Male 3,456
Female 4,054
Total 7,510
Accidents Person Injured:
Personal Injuries 138
Fatalities 0
Type of Accident:
Property Damage 984
Personal Injury 84

 

TABLE 12 (PART B) Age and Tenure of Bus Driver Personnel
Age (in years) # of Drivers   Tenure (in years) # of Drivers
21-30 354 0-5 3,109
31-40 1,224 6-10 1,642
41-50 2,251 11-20 1,573
51-60 2,485 21-30 702
61-70 1,783 31-40 277
71+ 500 41+ 37
Total 8,597 Total 7,340

 

TABLE 12 (PART C) Composite Age of Type I and II Buses in Operation (Including Spares)
Years in Service # Buses
1 818
2 421
3 442
4 639
5 613
6 430
7 574
8 412
9 536
10 624
11 744
12 612
13 654
14 624
15 456
16 222
17 91
Total 8,912