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