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Yonkers City School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Yonkers City School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $3,279,899 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Yonkers City School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Yonkers City School District had 25568 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 76
  • Asian : 1451
  • Hispanic: 13490
  • Black: 5752
  • White: 4618
  • Mixed: 181

Yonkers City School District and it’s award of $3,279,899 equals $128 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Yonkers City School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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York Central School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the York Central School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $24,172 over 4 years.  After 2015, the York Central School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, York Central School District had 808 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 0
  • Asian : 11
  • Hispanic: 10
  • Black: 14
  • White: 773
  • Mixed: 0

York Central School District and it’s award of $24,172 equals $30 per student over 4 years. As time goes by York Central School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Yorkshire-Pioneer Central School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Yorkshire-Pioneer Central School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $118,186 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Yorkshire-Pioneer Central School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Yorkshire-Pioneer Central School District had 2544 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 25
  • Asian : 22
  • Hispanic: 0
  • Black: 19
  • White: 2478
  • Mixed: 0

Yorkshire-Pioneer Central School District and it’s award of $118,186 equals $46 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Yorkshire-Pioneer Central School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Yorktown Central School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Yorktown Central School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $27,973 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Yorktown Central School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Yorktown Central School District had 3796 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 1
  • Asian : 227
  • Hispanic: 348
  • Black: 65
  • White: 3071
  • Mixed: 84

Yorktown Central School District and it’s award of $27,973 equals $7 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Yorktown Central School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Wyandanch Union Free School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Wyandanch Union Free School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $4,457 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Wyandanch Union Free School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Wyandanch Union Free School District had 2123 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 0
  • Asian : 1
  • Hispanic: 693
  • Black: 1414
  • White: 12
  • Mixed: 3

Wyandanch Union Free School District and it’s award of $4,457 equals $2 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Wyandanch Union Free School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Wyoming Central School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Wyoming Central School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $9,421 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Wyoming Central School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Wyoming Central School District had 167 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 0
  • Asian : 0
  • Hispanic: 4
  • Black: 0
  • White: 161
  • Mixed: 2

Wyoming Central School District and it’s award of $9,421 equals $56 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Wyoming Central School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Westhill Central School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Westhill Central School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $35,339 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Westhill Central School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Westhill Central School District had 1872 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 8
  • Asian : 34
  • Hispanic: 22
  • Black: 71
  • White: 1732
  • Mixed: 5

Westhill Central School District and it’s award of $35,339 equals $19 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Westhill Central School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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William Floyd Union Free School District RTTT Funding Per Student

If the William Floyd Union Free School District accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $516,275 over 4 years.  After 2015, the William Floyd Union Free School District will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, William Floyd Union Free School District had 9178 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 57
  • Asian : 238
  • Hispanic: 1650
  • Black: 1277
  • White: 5947
  • Mixed: 9

William Floyd Union Free School District and it’s award of $516,275 equals $56 per student over 4 years. As time goes by William Floyd Union Free School District should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Westminster Community Charter School RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Westminster Community Charter School accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $59,104 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Westminster Community Charter School will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Westminster Community Charter School had 562 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 0
  • Asian : 0
  • Hispanic: 3
  • Black: 544
  • White: 8
  • Mixed: 7

Westminster Community Charter School and it’s award of $59,104 equals $105 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Westminster Community Charter School should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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Williamsburg Charter High School RTTT Funding Per Student

If the Williamsburg Charter High School accepts its entire award for the Race To The Top education reforms, it will receive $89,625 over 4 years.  After 2015, the Williamsburg Charter High School will be expected to fund whatever the ongoing costs for implementing common core and other required initiatives outlined in the Obama Race To The Top reforms.

Although many consider the Race To The Top awards to be mainly for inner city minority districts, it appears the average per student award on a statewide basis is $143 when the data is broken down by race. One exception are Asians, who on average received $138 per student.  According to the 2011 census, Williamsburg Charter High School had 872 students enrolled with the following racial makeup:

  • American Indian : 4
  • Asian : 8
  • Hispanic: 545
  • Black: 253
  • White: 55
  • Mixed: 7

Williamsburg Charter High School and it’s award of $89,625 equals $103 per student over 4 years. As time goes by Williamsburg Charter High School should begin to report new  Common Core/Race To The Top expenses in their budget. As a a parent or taxpayer in this district, it would be wise to request this number. Especially given the fact that multiple news sources are reporting massive costs are around the corner.

In total, New York state was awarded $700 million for implementing performance-based standards for teachers and principals, complying with Common Core standards, lifting caps on charter schools, turning around the lowest-performing schools, and building data systems. That money is essentially gone.

 

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