Demographics

Briefs

“Closed Schools, Open Minds: Hudson Valley’s School Enrollment Dilemma and Opportunities for Adaptive Reuse.” from Pattern for Progress

School Productivity Study, using total annual expenditures and test scores and graduation rates.

School District Reorganization Brief: Expanding the options for small rural school districts in NY State

Immigration: CaRDI State of Upstate New York (full PDF)

Studies

Immigrant Youth

Morgan, Stephen L. 2011. Models of College Entry in the United States and the Challenges of Estimating Primary and Secondary Effects. Sociological Methods and Research.

The Brookings Institution: A series of research studies led by Rolf Pendall and Susan Christopherson, City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, on the State of Upstate NY

Distribution of Highly Qualified Teachers in New York State

Slides

Slides from North Country Symposium, April 2013.

Useful Websites

Partnering to Strengthen Rural Indian Education

Cornell’s Survey Research Institute has been providing survey research, data collection and analysis services since 1996 to a wide-range of academic, non-profit, governmental, and corporate clientele.

Social Integration and Well Being of Older Immigrants to Rural Retirement Counties

ACT for Youth connects research to practice, providing information, tools, publications, and presentations in the areas of positive youth development, adolescence, and sexual health.

The Integrated Data System links community demographics, school enrollments, achievement and district financial data, local property tax revenues, and many other measures relevant to school management and leadership. The NYS Center for Rural centralizes and optimizes these data tools for practical use by disaggregating all measures by NYS counties and school districts.

Maps: An interactive map with selected school district indicators

Latest ACS school district profile: The latest information from the American Community Survey (2007-2011, 5-year estimates)

Maps: An interactive map with selected County statistics including population growth, birthrate, and unemployment rate.

Projections: Population size and characteristics, projected until 2040

Latest county profile: The latest information from the American Community Survey (2007-2011, 5-year estimates)

School District Demographics System

Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates by school district
The estimates provided here are only for school districts identified in the U.S. Census Bureau’s school district mapping project. The school district boundary update is conducted biennially and identifies school districts that are eligible for Title I funding under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.

National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Common Core of Data (CCD): The CCD is a program of the U.S. Department of Education’s NCES that annually collects fiscal and non-fiscal data about all public schools, public school districts and state education agencies in the United States.

U.S. Census Bureau

Census resources for schools program
This site provides lesson plans, maps, teaching guides, and other informational materials to help teachers and students learn about the importance of the Census.

Federal Education Budget Project

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Immigration


Achievement & Graduation v. Dropout


Federal Education Budget Project

School Productivity Study, using total annual expenditures and test scores and graduation rates.

Morgan, Stephen L. 2011. Models of College Entry in the United States and the Challenges of Estimating Primary and Secondary Effects. Sociological Methods and Research.

District Demographics


Distribution of Highly Qualified Teachers in New York State

Latest ACS school district profile: The latest information from the American Community Survey (2007-2011, 5-year estimates)

Interesting Discussion Brief on Enrollment decline, school closure, and school building repurposing, “Closed Schools, Open Minds: Hudson Valley’s School Enrollment Dilemma and Opportunities for Adaptive Reuse.”

School District Demographics System

Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates by school district
The estimates provided here are only for school districts identified in the U.S. Census Bureau’s school district mapping project. The school district boundary update is conducted biennially and identifies school districts that are eligible for Title I funding under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.

National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Common Core of Data (CCD)
The CCD is a program of the U.S. Department of Education’s NCES that annually collects fiscal and non-fiscal data about all public schools, public school districts and state education agencies in the United States.

The Integrated Data System links community demographics, school enrollments, achievement and district financial data, local property tax revenues, and many other measures relevant to school management and leadership. The NYS Center for Rural centralizes and optimizes these data tools for practical use by disaggregating all measures by NYS counties and school districts.

County Demographics


Latest county profile: The latest information from the American Community Survey (2007-2011, 5-year estimates)

Projections: Population size and characteristics, projected until 2040




Maps

Average Property Tax Levy Per Pupil Map


Upstate New York Immigration


Interactive Map with School District Indicators


Interactive Map with County Statistics


Maps: An interactive map with selected County statistics including population growth, birthrate, and unemployment rate.

School District Maps by Locale Code and Student Population


School Districts in NYS by new NCES Locale Codes – View NCES definitions for rural locales

Districts serving fewer than 500 students 1995 vs. 2005

Interactive Map: 2012 Legislative Boundaries


Interactive Map of the new 2012 Legislative Boundaries. You can quickly view the new legislative districts, the total number of students, and the percentage of rural students in each legislative district. To use the map, simply turn on or off the desired layer(s) (via check box) on the right hand side. Click here to view full map in a new window.

The Crossroad of Challenge and Opportunity in Fiscally Stressed Schools


Slides from North Country Symposium, April 2013

St. Lawrence Slides from John Sipple


Other Relevant Links

Partnering to Strengthen Rural Indian Education

Cornell’s Survey Research Institute has been providing survey research, data collection and analysis services since 1996 to a wide-range of academic, non-profit, governmental, and corporate clientele.

ACT for Youth connects research to practice, providing information, tools, publications, and presentations in the areas of positive youth development, adolescence, and sexual health.

Comprehensive Community Assessments

Projections: Population size and characteristics, projected until 2040

U.S. Census Bureau

Census resources for schools program
This site provides lesson plans, maps, teaching guides, and other informational materials to help teachers and students learn about the importance of the Census.