Promoting poverty: the shift of resources away from low-income New York City school districts
Susan Breslin, Eleanor Stier, Community Service Society of New York. Dept. of Research, Policy, and Program Development
Dept. of Research, Policy, and Program Development, Community Service Society of New York, 1987 - Business & Economics - 102 pages
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administrators average Group averages are percentages bias Bilingual Education bilingual programs Board of Education Board of Education's capita CATEGORICAL GRANTS Central Board Chapter I eligibility Chapter I funds community school districts Community Service Society Confidential interviews CSS Recommends CSS urges district enrollments DISTRICT GROUP BASE DISTRICT GROUP Figure districts got less DOLLARS PER POOR Education Allocation Formulas Education NOTE Education Office Education personnel Education's Office educational excellence elementary equitable resources equity flat grant FOUR YEAR AVERAGE funding formulas FUNDS BY DISTRICT grade Group A Group Group D districts Group D schools Group D students high schools Hispanic increased inequitably Legislative History less poor districts limited English proficiency low-income Method of Allocation middle schools Office of Funded op.cit percent percentages of percentages poor children poor pupil POOR STUDENT poorest districts pre-kindergarten SCHOOL YEAR DISTRICT share Special Education students STUDENT BY DISTRICT Substance Abuse tax levy Title VII York City Board