NYS School District College & Career Readiness (2012)



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  1. henry steck

    you have box on top of the part of thestate: NYC and LI and WEstchest county. Dumb. Put the box in the NJ part of the map. Also do you have a interactive map for schools districts and % of students on F & RLunches? If so, can you email me the link: henry.Steck@cortland.edu

    thanks v/m. h. steck

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  2. henry steck

    you have box on top of the part of thestate: NYC and LI and WEstchest county. Dumb. Put the box in the NJ part of the map. Also do you have a interactive map for schools districts and % of students on F & RLunches? If so, can you email me the link: henry.Steck@cortland.edu

    You will find the map at http://www.nyruralschools.org/w/data-tools/maps/interactive-maps/#.WNB5ToHyuM9
    Can you refer me to some overview data on rural schools in particular. thanks very much.

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  3. henry steck

    see above. But here is cut/paste of my comment again:
    you have box on top of the part of thestate: NYC and LI and WEstchest county. Dumb. Put the box in the NJ part of the map. Also do you have a interactive map for schools districts and % of students on F & RLunches? If so, can you email me the link: henry.Steck@cortland.edu

    You will find the map at http://www.nyruralschools.org/w/data-tools/maps/interactive-maps/#.WNB5ToHyuM9
    Can you refer me to some overview data on rural schools in particular. thanks very much.

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    1. admin Post author

      We don;lt have a rural specific category of districts that we sum/average the data. We can try to do this but the rural average would hide so much of the variation across the rural school districts.

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    1. admin Post author

      Some of our mapping tools do show the district boundaries. Use our “map your favorite variable” tool to see the boundaries.

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