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LSO, PSOs, and worse – some quick counts

May 23, 2007 am31 6:45 am

The LSO derby is over, and the numbers are in.

A couple of things jump out. Each borough was fairly different. Empowerment took 50% of Manhattan, but under 20% in Queens and Staten Island. The PSO’s as a group were more successful in the Bronx than in any other borough.

Queens and Staten Island were dominated by one LSO: Chin. The Bronx and Brooklyn were more divided.

I’ll produce percents, but anyone can figure them out now. In addition, I will work on a separate high school listing. If there’s any other way you want the data split up, let me know.

(Detailed numbers are beneath the fold —>)

 
Bronx

Manhattan

Brooklyn

Queens

Staten Island

Total

Chin

31

51

81

182

30

375

Lyles

4

28

129

2

1

164

Rodriguez

90

23

1

0

1

115

Cashin

0

2

55

35

4

96

New Visions

24

12

20

5

2

63

CUNY

6

2

3

2

0

13

Fordham

6

2

1

1

0

10

Replications

5

1

2

0

0

8

Acad for Ed Development

9

0

1

0

0

10

Center for Ed Innovation

26

7

4

4

12

53

D75

12

11

17

13

4

57

Empowerment

138

139

140

53

11

481

Borough Totals

351

278

454

297

65

1445
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  1. May 23, 2007 pm31 7:47 pm 7:47 pm

    The key item is what you state — we do need to look at the high schools separately. It’s likely we’ll still see Manhattan schools skewing toward empowerment because, unlike Queens, they did not have the option of going with the familiar faces from their Region. It’s disturbing that these decisions have been made so quickly and on such a haphazard basis.

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