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2006 New York State Yearbook Banner Section J: Education

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    Information on education in New York State — including enrollment; school finance; degrees granted; tuition assistance; libraries; cultural organizations; and public broadcasting.

    Highlights

  • 3.2 million students were enrolled in public and nonpublic elementary and secondary schools in Fall 2005, nearly one-quarter below the peak enrollment of 4.3 million in 1970.
  • Brooklyn (Kings County) had the highest 2005 public school enrollment in New York, and also accounted for over 22 percent of students in nonpublic schools in the State.
  • New York's public elementary and secondary schools had 270,773 classroom teachers serving 2.8 million students in 2005, compared to 188,817 teachers serving 3.5 million students in 1970.
  • New York's public elementary and secondary schools spent $43.2 billion in 2005, financed by property taxes and other local moneys (50.4%), State aid (43%), and Federal aid (6.2%).
  • There were 809 thousand full-time and 344 thousand part-time students in degree-credit enrollments in New York's higher education institutions in 2006.
  • Nearly 321 thousand students received State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) aid in the 2006-07 year, down 2.86 percent from 2005-06.
  • The 6,952 libraries in New York had over 212 million volumes and nearly 12,000 professional staff in 2005. Colleges and universities accounted for under 4 percent of the libraries but over 36 percent of the volumes.

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Public Elementary and Secondary School Enrollment, US by State: Selected Years 1980-2003

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Public School Districts by Kind of District, NYS: Selected Years 1930-2005

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Fall Enrollment in Public and Nonpublic Elementary and Secondary Schools, NYS: 1960-2005

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Fall Enrollment in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Grade, NYS: 1993-2005

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Fall Enrollment in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools, NYS by County: 1996-2005

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Fall Enrollment in Nonpublic Elementary and Secondary Schools, NYS by County: 1996-2005

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Fall Enrollment in Nonpublic Elementary and Secondary Schools by Affiliation, NYS: 2004 and 2005

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Professional Positions in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Type of Position, NYS: Selected Years 1945-2005

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Professional Positions in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Type of Position, NYS by County: 2003-05

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Public High School Graduates, NYS by County: School Years 1995-96 — 2004-05

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Nonpublic High School Graduates, NYS by County: School Years 1995-96 — 2004-05

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Public High School Graduates Entering Institutions of Higher Education, NYS: 1996-2005

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Public High School Dropout Rate, NYS by County: School Years Ended 1999-2005

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Educational Attainment of Residents Age 25 and Over by Race and Spanish Origin, NYS: 2000

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Degree-Credit Fall Enrollment in Institutions of Higher Education by Sector, NYS: 1998-2006

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Degree-Credit Fall Enrollment and First-Time Students in Institutions of Higher Education by Level of Program and Institutional Classification, NYS: 2006

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Degrees Granted by Institutions of Higher Education by Level of Degree and by Sector, NYS: Selected Academic Years 1992-93 — 2003-04

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Scholarships and Awards, NYS: Academic Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Student Tuition Assistance Program Recipients and Expenditures by Level of Study, NYS: Fiscal Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Tuition Assistance Program Recipients by Level of Study and Type of Institution, NYS: Academic Years 2000-01 — 2004-05

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Tuition Assistance Program Expenditures by Level of Study and Type of Institution, NYS: Academic Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Student Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS) Program Recipients, NYS: Academic Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Amount of Student Loans, Grants, and Scholarships Administered by HESC, NYS: 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Applications Received and Processed by HESC for Loans, Grants, and Scholarships, NYS: Academic Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Loans Guaranteed for Educational Purposes, NYS: Fiscal Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Student Loans Guaranteed, NYS: Fiscal Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Student Loans Outstanding, NYS: Fiscal Years 2002-03 — 2006-07

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State University of New York Fall Credit Course Enrollment: Selected Years 1960-2006

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State University of New York Credit Course Enrollment by Institution and Full/Part-Time Status: Fall 2006

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State University of New York Degrees and Certificates Awarded: Academic Years 1950-51 — 2005-06

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State University of New York Degrees and Certificates Awarded by Institution and Level: July 1, 2005 — June 30, 2006

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State University of New York Employees by Institution and Full- and Part-Time Status: Fall 2006

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Revenues of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Source of Revenue, NYS: Selected School Years 1964-65 — 2004-05

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Revenues of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Source of Revenues, NYS by County: School Year 2004-05

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Expenditures of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Major Category of Expenditure, NYS: Selected School Years 1964-65 — 2004-05

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Expenditures per Pupil in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Major Category of Expenditure, NYS: Selected School Years 1964-65 — 2004-05

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Expenditures of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools by Major Category of Expenditure, NYS by County: School Year 2004-05

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Libraries by Type, NYS: 1995 and 2005

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Public and Association Libraries, NYS: 1999-2005

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New York State Archives, Accessions, Holdings, and Research Inquiries: 1978-2006

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Active Museums, Historical Societies, and Other Cultural Organizations, NYS by County: 2006

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State and Federal Support for the Arts by Type of Program and Funding Source, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2005-06

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State Aid to Localities for Support of the Arts, NYS by County: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2005-06

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Public Television Stations, NYS: Fiscal Year 2006-07

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Public Radio Broadcasting, NYS: Fiscal Years 2005-06 and 2006-07

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Number of Student Loans Guaranteed, NYS: 2002-03 — 2006-07

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Loan Dollars Guaranteed by Program, NYS: Fiscal Year 2006-07

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