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Census Unified School Districts, 1995 - New York (State)

Description
This datalayer displays the Unified School Districts for the entire state. A unified school district is inclusive of kindergarten through twelfth grade. The Census Bureau defines a school district as the territory administered by the elected or appointed authorities of a state, county, or other local governmental unit to provide educational services to a resident population. A school district typically includes several school buildings, teachers, and related staff. The Census Bureau provided data tabulations for school districts from the 1970, 1980, and 1990 censuses. NOTE: The five boroughs of New York city are treated as a single-school district. The National School District Program has mapped Attendance Zones for each school in the district.
Publisher
U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
Year
1995
Held by
Harvard
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