District 15 in Diverse!

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...But Many of Our Schools Are Not

Five elementary schools have less than 10% students who qualify for free-or-reduced lunch, and eight schools have well over 70%, including many English Language Learners. Three schools (PS 32, PS 38, and PS 230) are socioeconomically diverse but are internally segregated via gifted and talented programs.

 
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Data from the 2016–2017 Comprehensive Education Plan (CEP) of each school. CEPs can be viewed at http://schools.nyc.gov/documents/oaosi/cep/2016-17/cep_KXXX.pdf, where XXX is the 3-digit school number. (For instance, cep_K230.pdf is PS 230 and cep_K010.pdf is PS 10.)

D15 schools have the lowest rates of “economically disadvantaged” students in Brooklyn*

D13    66%
D14    70%
D15    56%
D16    82%
D17    80%
D18    77%
D19    83%
D20    73%
D21    69%
D22    66%


*From 2015-2017 data.nysed.gov. Applies to grades K–12.