Fast Facts

Discover more about the work of IU13 here! These "fast facts" provide an overview of IU facts and figures from the 2015-16 school year.

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IU13 Facilities, Staff, and Funding

Facilities: 149

  • Buildings owned: 3  •  Sites leased/used: 67  •  District classrooms: 79

Staff: 1,616 including:

  • Teachers: 409  •  Classroom Support: 461  •  Community Education: 46   •  Non-Instructional: 263  •  PaTTAN:  62

Total budget: $186,415,390 (Projected as of 7/28/16)

Strategic Business Units

  • Administrative & Management Services: $ 6,563,606
  • Community Education: $ 3,075,962
  • Education Improvement Services: $11,578,331
  • Early Learners: $ 25,481,109
  • Nonpublic School Services: $ 8,075,069
  • Special Education Classroom Services: $ 29,993,006
  • Itinerant Solutions: $19,248,982
  • Pass-Thru Funds Administration Services: $15,127,848
  • Statewide Initiatives: $20,210,636
  • Regional Technology Solutions: $11,169,731

Support Service Units

  • Operations & Infrastructure Support: $16,524,633
    Internal Service Funds-Benefits: $19,366,477           

Funding Sources:

Federal: 32%  •  State: 26%  •  School-age Special Education: 22%  •  Marketplace Services: 18%  •  Other Consortia: 2%

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Serving Young Learners

  • Head Start/PA Pre-K Counts: 437 (ages 3-5)
  • Early Head Start: 64 (birth to 3) 
  • Preschool Early Intervention: 2,900+
    • “Graduated” 143 children from Preschool Early Intervention who will no longer require special education services and transitioned 800+ preschoolers to school-age programming
    • Received 1,000+ referrals for Early Intervention screenings/evaluations
    • Early Head Start/Child Care Partnership Program: 7 childcare centers, 88 children, and 78 families served
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Serving School-Age Learners

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Serving Adult Learners

  • Students served: 1,985
    • Employment, Job Retention, GED Attainment, and Post-Secondary learning gains 6% higher than the state average
  • Family Literacy: 77 families supported 
  • Graduate-level classes: 2 colleges/universities provide courses at IU13
  • Supports for adults who have been incarcerated: served 154 adults in Lancaster/Lebanon County through Improved Reentry Education grant program
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Serving Educators & Administrators

  • Events: 2,537 events; 60,682 attendees
  • Special Education professional development: 11,000 participants
  • Hybrid Learning professional development: 11 districts
  • Student Achievement training: 3,000+ administrators and teachers
  • Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus and Statistics test simulations: 677 students
  • Job-alike Groups and Professional Learning Communities: 20
  • Mathematics Design Collaborative Training: 21 teams of educators
  • Google Educator & Administrator Certification Boot Camp: 100 teachers and administrators
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Serving School Districts

  • Transportation: 7,128 miles every day (215 students)
  • Energy Program: Saved districts $2.1 million
  • Medical Reimbursement Claims: Processed over 125,000 for Early Intervention and school districts
  • Lancaster and Lebanon Counties Education Job Fair: 300 applicants and 18 school districts participated
  • E-Rate: Submitted applications for $514,853 in discounts for districts and IU13 on telecommunications, network, and Internet services
  • Insurance Pool for Workers’ Compensation Program: Distributed $819,171 to districts
  • Wide Area Network (WAN): Three new members added, and upgraded the WAN to support 70,000 devices & span 7 counties
  • OverDrive: 27,044 eBooks and Audio books available
  • Online educational resources accessed by schools: 
    • Safari Montage: 29,500+
    • Discovery Education: 130,000
    • CultureGrams: 1,700,000+
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Serving Community, Region, and State

  • Fingerprinting: 5,542 people served
  • Residential Electricity: 3,200 households participating
  • STEM Partnerships: STE(a)M Thought-Leaders Group, STEMathon, and STEM Competition Regional Tournament
  • Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness: 340+ participants
  • Keystones to Opportunity: Partnered with PDE to bring literacy funding to PA school districts, $103+ million
  • Community School Program at Reynolds: Supporting refugee families moving into the area
  • Pennsylvania Value-Added Assessment System (PVAAS): Led statewide implementation of PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting to 31,000+ teachers
  • Tech Talk Live/Cyber Security Institute: 283+ IT Professionals
  • Cafeteria & Food Co-Op (CAFCO): 32 districts participated; $8 million bid value
  • Statewide Software Sales: $8 million in sales
  • Annual National Autism Conference: 1,400 participants
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*This is a duplicate count. Some students receive multiple services.

2015-16 Data
Publication Date: 9/2016