School districts must report on their budgets in three categories: administration, which includes principals and superintendents and averages 10 percent on Long Island; program, which are funds spent on teaching and extracurricular activities and averages 77 percent; and capital, which encompasses money spent on buildings, computers and other physical property and averages 13 percent on Long Island. Here are the percentage breakdowns for 124 Long Island school districts for the 2016-17 school year, with the district totals alongside their names. Compiled by Michael R. Ebert and Tim Healy. Click on a district name to get a detailed table comparing data to Islandwide statistics.
Administration Program Capital
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