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Old 02-14-2014, 08:20 AM
 
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Here is some more Upstate NY school district information from the Buffalo Business Journal: Girls outperform boys in four-fifths of New York's school districts - Buffalo - Business First

Female-male academic performance ratings for New York's 670 school districts - Buffalo - Business First (for the whole state)

19 local school districts rank among Upstate's 50 wealthiest - Buffalo - Business First

Income and housing data for Upstate New York school districts - Buffalo - Business First

Orchard Park posts third-lowest poverty rate in Upstate New York; four other WNY districts are among 10 best - Buffalo - Business First

95% of Upstate districts suffer enrollment declines; region's sharpest drop occurs in Buffalo - Buffalo - Business First

Upstate school enrollment database - Buffalo - Business First

78 WNY school districts spend less than statewide average; Lancaster, Roy-Hart, Clarence post lowest rates - Buffalo - Business First

Sherman is biggest Upstate overachiever, while Victor is most cost-effective district - Buffalo - Business First

These are the most cost-effective school districts in Upstate New York - Buffalo - Business First

Pittsford retains first place as suburbs dominate Upstate New York school rankings - Buffalo - Business First

Five-star awards for Upstate New York school districts in 2013 - Buffalo - Business First

Graduation data for Upstate New York schools (database) - Buffalo - Business First

You can view more school and other information here: G. Scott Thomas - Buffalo - Business First
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Old 02-14-2014, 12:19 PM
 
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I don't know but the first link should send out alarm bells for society in general BUT it certainly doesn't seem to matter that our boys are failing.
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Old 02-20-2014, 02:47 PM
 
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It should be noted that Clarence voted down a tax hike of about 11% this past year and all the clubs and many sports are paid for with fund raising and done with volunteers. They also did not fill many positions. This is how they rank as "low spending" -- people went berserk at the budget and voted it down.

On the other hand, Lancaster funds everything .

On my road, depending on where you live, you might be in Clarence or Lancaster ( or 2 other districts). So, you need to look deeper into what is being paid for when you look for a lean district.
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Old 03-27-2014, 01:50 PM
 
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This article has a database that shows the percentage of graduates at state high schools that go on to college: Which schools in New York state send the most students to college? (Look up, compare) | syracuse.com
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:59 AM
 
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While this is for private schools, here is a database for the percentage of students that go to higher education: New York state Catholic, non-public schools: Which send the most kids to college? (Look up, compare) | syracuse.com
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