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Gloversville Enlarged School District Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 36.7%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Gloversville Enlarged School District. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Gloversville Enlarged School District
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Gloversville Enlarged School District teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Gloversville Enlarged School District results are abnormal.

Item Gloversville Enlarged School District Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 225 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 16:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $62,178.59 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $345.44 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 83 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 36.7% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $452,772 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 4,125 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Rochester City School District Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 53.9%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Rochester City School District. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Rochester City School District
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Rochester City School District teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Rochester City School District results are abnormal.

Item Rochester City School District Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 2455 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 16:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $57,562.12 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $319.79 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 1324 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 53.9% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $6,889,013 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 66,200 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Westchester Boces Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 38.1%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Westchester Boces. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Westchester Boces
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Westchester Boces teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Westchester Boces results are abnormal.

Item Westchester Boces Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 78 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 20:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $133,699.85 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $742.78 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 30 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 38.1% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $292,138 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 1,475 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Yonkers City School District Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 39.1%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Yonkers City School District. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Yonkers City School District
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Yonkers City School District teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Yonkers City School District results are abnormal.

Item Yonkers City School District Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 1618 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 22:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $108,742.51 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $604.13 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 633 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 39.1% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $5,293,421 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 31,650 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Western Suffolk Boces Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 12.6%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Western Suffolk Boces. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Western Suffolk Boces
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Western Suffolk Boces teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Western Suffolk Boces results are abnormal.

Item Western Suffolk Boces Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 111 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 9:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $96,970.00 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $538.72 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 14 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 12.6% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $106,900 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 700 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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New York City Public Schools Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 33.7%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the New York City Public Schools. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: New York City Public Schools
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime New York City Public Schools teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the New York City Public Schools results are abnormal.

Item New York City Public Schools Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 70272 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 14:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $73,660.26 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $409.22 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 23647 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 33.7% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $146,537,714 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 1,182,350 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Ufsd Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 18.2%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Ufsd. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Ufsd
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Ufsd teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Ufsd results are abnormal.

Item New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Ufsd Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 132 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 12:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $89,384.56 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $496.58 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 24 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 18.2% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $172,020 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 1,200 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Cortland Enlarged City School District Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 10.8%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Cortland Enlarged City School District. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Cortland Enlarged City School District
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Cortland Enlarged City School District teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Cortland Enlarged City School District results are abnormal.

Item Cortland Enlarged City School District Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 214 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 13:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $58,269.20 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $323.72 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 23 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 10.8% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $120,677 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 1,150 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany Boces Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 7.1%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany Boces. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany Boces
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany Boces teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany Boces results are abnormal.

Item Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung-Tioga-Allegany Boces Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 197 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 10:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $63,253.26 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $351.41 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 14 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 7.1% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $77,763 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 700 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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Dutchess Boces Teacher Absenteeism Report. – 33.3%

moneycapBelow is a breakdown of teacher absence costs for the Dutchess Boces. These numbers were reported to various Federal and State agencies in 2011-2012. To our knowledge, they have never been compiled in this manner. The individual district results can vary widely with some being very normal and others seeming to be completely out of normal. In some cases, public school teachers may be very sick. In other cases where up to 100% of the teachers are taking 10+ days off, there may be a serious systemic problem. Statewide concerns should be addressed directly to NY education officials and legislators. Those results are far beyond what normal should be as the Charter school totals suggest.  As always we encourage parents and taxpayers to share this information.

 

District 2011-2012 details:

  • Name: Dutchess Boces
  • County: No Data
  • Spending: No Data
  • Spending per student: $No Data
  • Tax Levy (Local tax): No Data
  • % of local tax that covers overall spending: No Data%
  • Local tax applied per student: $No Data
  • Mandatory school year: 180 days

 

Thoughts to consider.

The results below should be higher as they only include information on fulltime Dutchess Boces teacher absences. A more accurate and much larger number would also include absences of the administration and other employees plus other costs such as health/welfare insurance. Additionally, our breakdown is based on the reported number of “10 or more days” and does not include exact absences beyond 10 days or amounts for teachers taking less than 10 days.  We ask that you treat these numbers as a starting point for a discussion with local district officials if you feel the Dutchess Boces results are abnormal.

Item Dutchess Boces Statewide Charter Schools
Total Teachers 177 205,497 5,019
Student : Teacher Ratio 7:1 13:1 13:1
Avg. salary $76,438.90 $69,341 $57,570
Avg. pay per day $424.66 $385 $319
Teachers Absent 10+ days 59 68,387 462.42
% of teachers absent 10+ days 33.3% 33% 9.2%
*Cost of absences $375,736 $421,739,779 **$2,156,981
*Absence costs as a percent of spending No data .08% N/A
*** Classes contracted for but substituted 2,950 3,419,331 23,121

Average private sector sick days taken: 4 days or less per year. USDOL 2013

* Includes costs for 10 days of salary, substitutes (NYC rate of $165 per day) + 2011 pension rate of 11.11% .
** Excludes pensions as most charter schools use 401k’s or do not report.
*** Based on 5 classes per day

Data Sources: US Dept Of Labor, NY State Education Department. All data compiled and totaled in MS Excel using simple math commands. If the numbers above contain significant “No Data” results, that is because the district or NYS did not report the information at the time the datasets were compiled.

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