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1 Which New York City schools serve the highest-need and lowest-need students? The charts below show how many of the city s highest-need students are enrolled in each district and charter school in each of the city s Community School Districts. The charts were created using a formula adapted from the Bloomberg administration s progress reports peer index. Schools on the left side of the chart serve the largest proportions of high-need students; schools on the right side serve the smallest proportions in their district. Charter schools are highlighted in red, traditional public schools in blue and the horizontal red line represents the average student need in the district (meaning schools below the red line serve a smaller proportion of high-need students than the average school in their district) Updated Peer Index These data charts use an updated version of the Bloomberg DOE s peer index formula to rank schools based on their students level of need using data from the new School Quality Reports. The index incorporates demographic information - such as the percent of students in a given school who live in poverty, are homeless or in temporary housing, or have disabilities - into a single value to determine which schools serve the most high-needs students. The DOE s original peer index was useful, but since its creation additional information has become publicly available for elementary and K-8 students. Specifically, ways to capture the percentage of special education students who have needs that are so great that they require very small classes and other intensive services (referred to as self-contained students). Like poverty and overall special education status, as well as prior test scores, this information gives us a good indication of the challenges that students and schools face. Therefore, for elementary and K-8 schools, the original peer index has been refined to take advantage of this newly released public data about levels of student need from the School Quality Reports to indicate which schools serve the highest-need students. Elementary/K-8: The DOE s original peer index formula for elementary schools was based on schools enrollments of the following categories of students, and given the following weights: English Language Learners: 10% Total Special Education Students (not broken down by levels of need): 30% Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Lunch: 30% Black or Hispanic Students: 30%

2 In this updated version, we have taken advantage of improved specificity in the data to provide a better sense of school s enrollments of the highest-need students (noting special education students with disabilities that were so severe they had a right to be placed in self-contained classes). The updated formula uses the Nov data released by the NYC DOE and following categories and weights: Total Special Education Students (not broken down by levels of need): 20% Special Education Students who require self-contained classrooms: 20% Students Eligible for Free Lunch and/or Temporary Housing: 30% Black or Hispanic Students: 30% Community School District 1 z - 2 -

3 Community School District Amer Sign Lower Schl P.S. 111 Adolph S. Ochs P.S. 051 Elias Howe P.S. 002 Meyer London P.S. 001 Alfred E. Smith Ella Baker School P.S. 126 Jacob August Riis P.S. 198 Isador Ida Straus P.S. 033 Chelsea Prep P.S. 042 Benjamin Altman Ballet Tech Yorkville Community Schl P.S./I.S. 217 Roosevelt Is. P.S. 011 William T. Harris P.S. 116 Mary L Murray P.S. 130 Hernando De Soto P.S. 124 Yung Wing P.S. 212 Midtown West P.S. 150 P.S. 003 Charrette School P.S. 158 Bayard Taylor P.S. 040 Augustus St-Gaudens P.S. 059 Beekman Hill Intl Battery Park City Schl. Spruce Streeet Schl. P.S. 183 Robert L. Stevenson P.S. 89 P.S. 290 Manhattan New Schl P.S. 234 Independence Schl P.S. 041 Greenwich Village P.S. 006 Lillie D. Blake P.S. 77 Lower Lab z - 3 -

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6 Community School District 5 Elementary K-8 Schools The following schools as of Jan. 23, 2014, appear in NYC DOE databases as middle schools: Harlem Village Academy Leadership Charter School, Democracy Prep Harlem Charter School, Harlem Village Academy Charter School, and KIPP STAR College Prep Charter School, all in Community School District 5; Brooklyn Prospect Charter School in Community School District 15; and KIPP AMP Charter School in Community School District

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11 80 Community School District 10 Elementary & and K-8 Schools P.S. 023 P.S. 085 P.S. 059 Schl for Environ. Citizenship P.S. 046 Edgar Allan Poe P.S. / I.S. 54 P.S. 291 P.S. 340 P.S. 226 P.S. 396 P.S. 9 P.S. 091 P.S. 279 P.S. 032 Belmont P.S. 033 Timothy Dwight P.S. 310 Marble Hill Schl. for Math, Sci. & Tech P.S. 360 P.S. 3 Raul Julia P.S. 246 Poe Center P.S. 306 P.S. 205 Fiorello Laguardia P.S. 315 Lab School P.S. 037 P.S. 086 Kingsbridge Hgts P.S. 159 L.Munoz Marin P.S. 094 Kings College P.S. 008 Issac Varian Luisa Pineiro Fuentes P.S. 015 P.S./M.S. 280 P.S. 095 Sheila Mencher PS/MS 20 G. J. Werdann Bronx Community Charter P.S. 051 Bx New School P.S. 007 Kingsbridge P.S. 056 Norwood Hghts Ampark Neighborhood P.S. 081 Robt J. Christen P.S. 024 Spuyten Duyvil

12 Community School District

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14 Community School District 13 Community School District

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16 Community School District 15 The following schools as of Jan. 23, 2014, appear in NYC DOE databases as middle schools: Harlem Village Academy Leadership Charter School, Democracy Prep Harlem Charter School, Harlem Village Academy Charter School, and KIPP STAR College Prep Charter School, all in Community School District 5; Brooklyn Prospect Charter School in Community School District 15; and KIPP AMP Charter School in Community School District

17 Community School District 16 z

18 Community School District 17 The following schools as of Jan. 23, 2014, appear in NYC DOE databases as middle schools: Harlem Village Academy Leadership Charter School, Democracy Prep Harlem Charter School, Harlem Village Academy Charter School, and KIPP STAR College Prep Charter School, all in Community School District 5; Brooklyn Prospect Charter School in Community School District 15; and KIPP AMP Charter School in Community School District

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28 Community School District 27 Elementary K-8 Schools

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32 Community School District

33 70 Community School District P.S. 031 Wm T. Davis P.S. 020 Port Richmond P.S. 044 Thomas Brown P.S. 018 John Whittier P.S. 74 Future Leaders P.S. 014 C. Vanderbilt P.S. 057 H. Humphrey P.S. 016 John Driscoll P.S. 21 M. E-Elm Park P.S. 022 Graniteville P.S. 019 Curtis Staten Is. Comm. Charter P.S. 046 Al. Maniscalco P.S. 013 M.Lindemeyer P.S. 045 John Tyler P.S. 11 Thos. Dongan S.I.Schl of Civic Leadership P.S. 65 Innov.Learning P.S. 038 Geo. Cromwell P.S. 026 Carteret P.S. 39 Francis Murphy P.S. 041 New Dorp P.S. 060 Alice Austen P.S. 054 Charles Leng Space Shuttle Columbia Petrides P.S. 052 John Thompson P.S. 35 Clove Valley P.S. 069 Danl.Tompkins P.S. 030 Westerleigh P.S. 023 Richmondtown P.S. 029 Bardwell P.S. 001 Tottenville P.S. 004 Maurice Wollin P.S. 8 Shirlee Solomon P.S. 048 William Wilcox P.S. 053 Bay Terrace P.S. 032 Gifford P.S. 56 Louis Desario P.S. 6 Cpl Allan Kivlehan P.S. 050 F. Hankinson P.S. 042 Eltingville P.S. 055 HenryBoehm P.S. 003 M. Gioiosa P.S. 036 Drumgoole P.S. 005 Huguenot

34 Community School District 32 Elementary K-8 Schools

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