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Statistical Summaries

Table 1 Number of Public Schools (K - 12)
Number of Elementary Schools 1,006
Number of Middle Schools 314
Number of Secondary Schools 347
Number of Vocational Schools 17
Special Education Schools 12
Number of Adult High Schools 28
Number of Alternative Schools 22
Total Number of Schools 1,746
Table 2 Training of Public Personnel (K - 12)
  Men Women Not Reported Total
Ph. D. Degree 329 587 1 916
Ed. S. Degree 1,284 3,671 3 4,958
M.A. plus 45 qtr. hrs. 1,449 4,947 5 6,401
Master’s Degree 5,757 21,532 56 27,345
Bachelor’s Degree 5,939 22,003 215 28,157
3 Years College 0 0 0 0
2 Years College 9 12 0 21
1 Year College 0 0 0 0
0 Years College 719 320 3 1,043
Total 15,486 53,071 283 68,840
Table 3 Assignment of Teachers, Administrators and Members of Boards of Education (K - 12)
Elementary Classroom Teachers 44,670.75
Secondary Classroom Teachers 19,558.23
Total Classroom Teachers 64,228.98
   
Elementary School Principals 1,166.77
Secondary School Principals 458.86
Principals Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 111.00
Total School Principals  1,736.63
   
Elementary School Assistant Principals 683.11
Secondary School Assistant Principals 839.92
Assistant Principals Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 93.33
Total Assistant Principals 1,616.36
   
Supervisors of Instruction – Elementary Grades Only 95.20
Supervisors of Instruction – Secondary Grades Only 78.18
Supervisors of Instruction Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 119.03
Total Supervisors of Instruction  292.41
   
Elementary Librarians 1,090.88
Secondary Librarians 410.75
Librarians Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 101.13
Total Librarians 1,602.76
   
Elementary Guidance Personnel 1,157.66
Secondary Guidance Personnel 966.80
Guidance Personnel Serving Both Elementary and Secondary Grades 122.19
Total Guidance Personnel 2,246.65
   
Other Professional Instructional Personnel 3,359.64
Psychological Personnel 431.27
Attendance Personnel 85.15
Total Number of Instructional Personnel 75,599.85
   
Superintendents 132.28
Assistant Superintendents 39.57
Other Licensed Educators 463.11
Total Number of Certificated Personnel 76,234.81
   
Non-Certificated Administrative Personnel 1,630.64
Members of Boards of Education 943.00
Table 4 Other Employees of Boards of Education
Health Personnel
a. Nurses 953.34
b. Other Professional & Technical Health Personnel 412.75
 
Secretarial and Clerical Personnel
a. School Support Level 4,518.25
b. System Support Level 1,915.10
 
Plant Operation Personnel
a. Custodians 5,031.42
b. Other 337.04
 
Plant Maintenance Personnel 2,082.08
Transportation Personnel 6,331.74
Food Service Personnel 9,530.29
 
Educational Assistants
a. Regular 6,377.29
b. Library 548.38
c. Special Education 8,274.71
d. Vocational Education 73.92
e. Other 1,323.97
 
Data Processing 673.80
School Safety Personnel 876.84
Other Employees 1,938.35
Total 51,199.27
 
Total Number of Employees of Board of Education 181,206.99
TABLE 5 Average Salary
Licensed Educators $47,817
Instructional Personnel $47,553
Classroom Teachers $45,597
Principals $75,880
Superintendents $102,344
TABLE 6 Number of High School Graduates
Regular Diplomas 62,526
Special Education Diplomas 1,667
Certificates of Attendance 205
 
Grand Total All Diplomas/Certificates 64,398
TABLE 7 Average Daily Membership*
Kindergarten 75,981
First Grade 75,392
Second Grade 73,881
Third Grade 74,540
Fourth Grade 73,920
Fifth Grade 73,546
Sixth Grade 71,729
Seventh Grade 70,469
Eighth Grade 69,437
Ninth Grade 74,870
Tenth Grade 71,397
Eleventh Grade 65,161
Twelfth Grade 63,379
Special Education Self-Contained 14,805
Total ADM 948,508

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

 

TABLE 8 Average Daily Attendance*
Kindergarten 71,619
First Grade 71,511
Second Grade 70,319
Third Grade 71,097
Fourth Grade 70,513
Fifth Grade 70,080
Sixth Grade 68,159
Seventh Grade 66,711
Eighth Grade 65,554
Ninth Grade 70,040
Tenth Grade 66,606
Eleventh Grade 60,612
Twelfth Grade 58,399
 
Special Education Self-Contained 13,544
Total ADA 894,764

*Includes Adult High School Students

 

TABLE 9 First Month Membership (Kindergarten through Twelve)
Kindergarten 70,406
First Grade 70,251
Second Grade 69,154
Third Grade 70,176
Fourth Grade 69,838
Fifth Grade 69,864
Sixth Grade 68,480
Seventh Grade 67,062
Eighth Grade 66,165
Ninth Grade 70,188
Tenth Grade 66,974
Eleventh Grade 61,729
Twelfth Grade 56,949
Total Net Enrollment 877,236

 

TABLE 10 Record of Pupil Progress
Grade Promotions Retentions Incidents of Suspension Student Expulsions Long Term Change of Placement Students Suspended
Kindergarten 72,812 3,102 N/A 20 N/A 964
First Grade 73,634 2,341 2,083 38 16 1,285
Second Grade 74,335 865 2,684 45 23 1,745
Third Grade 74,694 496 3,092 47 34 1,953
Fourth Grade 74,396 298 4,324 72 80 2,762
Fifth Grade 72,562 256 6,518 95 162 4,099
Sixth Grade 70,119 710 12,562 264 531 6,637
Seventh Grade 69,405 869 15,951 491 953 8,066
Eighth Grade 70,596 594 17,121 683 1,330 8,777
Ninth Grade 68,301 5,019 30,482 1,459 2,175 12,748
Tenth Grade 65,731 3,204 24,083 1,028 1,930 10,926
Eleventh Grade 60,636 1,932 15,539 609 1,264 8,119
Twelfth Grade 60,550 1,399 10,890 420 1,002 6,191
Total 907,771 21,085 145,329 5,271 9,500 74,272

 

TABLE 11 Number of Children Ages 3 through 21 with Disability Receiving Special Education Services
Learning Disabled 43,184
Intellectual Disabled 7,927
Speech /Language Impaired 33,802
Emotionally Disturbed 3,446
Autism 5,419
Health Impaired 12,327
Physically Impaired 818
Hearing Impaired or Deaf 1,533
Visually Impaired or Blind 744
Deaf/Blind 9
Multi-Disabilities 2,197
Developmentally Delayed 7,391
Traumatic Brain Injury 305
Total 119,102

 

TABLE 12 (PART A) Pupil Transportation
Miles of Bus Route One Way (Daily) 318,951
Number of Vehicles Employed in Pupil Transportation 8,698
Number of Pupils Enrolled for Transportation 648,648
Average Number of Pupils Transported Over 1 1/2 Miles 525,601
Type of Ownership
Private 11
Public 95
Combination 16
Number of Bus Drivers by Sex
Male 3,389
Female 4,074
Total 7,463
Accidents Person Injured:
Personal Injuries 405
Fatalities 1
Type of Accident:
Property Damage 912
Personal Injury 105

 

TABLE 12 (PART B) Age and Tenure of Bus Driver Personnel
Age (in years) # of Drivers   Tenure (in years) # of Drivers
21-30 384 0-5 2,939
31-40 1,309 6-10 1,672
41-50 2,302 11-20 1,784
51-60 2,439 21-30 752
61-70 1,730 31-40 291
71+ 475 41+ 41
Total 8,639 Total 7,479

 

TABLE 12 (PART C) Composite Age of Type I and II Buses in Operation (Including Spares)
Years in Service # Buses
1 436
2 515
3 712
4 592
5 414
6 613
7 433
8 631
9 645
10 761
11 593
12 682
13 638
14 494
15 376
16 141
17 22
Total 8,698