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Families and Children Living in Poverty

Poverty and inequality among Long Island children.

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2015

Pre-K Availability on Long Island

Map showing pre-K availability on Long Island by school district.

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Still Separate & Not Getting More Equal

The persistence of economic and racial inequalities in education on Long Island.

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Racial Composition by Poverty Level, 2013

Racial composition by level of poverty in Long Island schools, 2013

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2015

Percent Passing English 4 on LI, 2006 – 2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of students passing English 4, 2006-2013

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English Language Learners LI & NYS, 2001-2013

Percent of English Language Learners on Long Island & NYS, 2001-2013

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Passing English 4 LI & NYS, 2006 – 2013

Percent of students passing English 4 on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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Passing Math 4 LI & NYS, 2006-2013

Percent of students passing Math 4 on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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Passing English 8 on LI, 2006-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of students passing English 8, 2006-2013

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Students Receiving Free Lunch LI & NYS, 2001-2013

Percent of students receiving free lunch on Long Island and in NYS, 2001-2013

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College Readiness

After a slight decline between 2006 and 2007, College Readiness has been essentially flat. Through 2013, there is a sizable gap in the performance between high and low poverty schools.

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Teacher Education and Turnover

Long Island teachers tend to surpass New York State with greater educational preparedness. Turnover rates on Long Island were higher than NYS during the post-recession years, but returned to the State level in 2013.

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Academic Performance: 4th Grade & 8th Grade

Overall Long Island schools’ 4th Grade English Language Arts performance results exceed New York State. The gap between low-poverty and high-poverty schools, narrowed until 2009, but has since increased. 8th Grade Math results continue to exceed New York State. Performance for high-poverty schools improved until 2009. Dramatic declines were seen in 2013.

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English Language Learners

Students with Limited English Proficiency are disproportionately taught in high-poverty districts.

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Race and Ethnicity

The racial and ethnic composition of Long Island schools is also noteworthy as Long Island remains one of the most residentially segregated areas of the United States.

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Poverty Index

While overall poverty levels on Long Island are lower than NYS as a whole, poverty in Long Schools is increasing.

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Highly Educated Teachers, 2006-2013

Percent of highly educated teachers on Long Island, 2006-2013

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Teacher Turnover Rate on LI, 2006-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: turnover rate among teachers, 2006-2013

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Teacher Turnover Rate LI & NYS, 2006-2013

Turnover rate among all teachers on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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College Readiness on LI, 2006-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: College readiness, 2006 – 2013

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College Readiness LI & NYS, 2006-2013

College readiness on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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English Language Learners on LI, 2001-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of English language learners, 2001-2013

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Passing Math 4 on LI, 2006-2013

School Povert on Long Island: Percent of students passing Math 4, 2006-2013

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Students Receiving Free Lunch on LI, 2001-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of Students Receiving Free Lunch, 2001-2013

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Passing Math 8 on LI, 2006-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of students passing Math 8, 2006-2013

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