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Discover more about the work of IU13 here! These “fast facts” provide an overview of IU facts and figures from the 2021-22 school year.

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IU13 Facilities, Staff, and Funding

Staff: 1,531` including:

  • Teachers/Professionals: 476 • Classroom Support: 436 • Community Education: 39 • Non-Instructional: 255 • PaTTAN: 82

Total 2020-21 Budget: $203,644,597<

Budget Breakdown by Strategic Business Unit (SBU)/Service Support Unit (SSU):<

  • Administrative & Management Services $3,881,108
  • Community Education $4,249,844
  • Teaching and Learning Collaborative $8,526,020
  • Early Learners $37,411,066
  • Student Services $10,339,054
  • Special Education Classroom Services $44,412,388
  • Itinerant Solutions $25,600,285
  • Pass-thru Funds Administration $17,997,312
  • Statewide Initiatives $31,697,902
  • Regional Technology Solutions $19,529,618
  • Operations and Infrastructure (SSU) $25,011,175
  • Internal Service Funds-Benefits (SSU) $20,465,466
(Programs and services are organized into 10 Strategic Business Units (SBU) and 2 Service Support Units (SSU). SSUs support the work of SBUs; as a result, SSU expenditures are also reflected within each SBU’s expenditures.)

Funding Sources:<

Local Sources 23% | State Sources 28% | Federal Sources 28% | Special Education Consortia 21%

`As of May 2022, bulleted breakdown does not include daily substitutes & Extended School Year (ESY) staff | <as of June 2022
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Serving Young Learners

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Serving School-Age Learners

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Serving Adult Learners

  • Students Served: 1,095
    • Employment, Job Retention, High School Equivalency (HSE) Attainment, and transition to post-secondary education
  • Family Literacy: 80 families supported
  • Citizenship Classes: Served 99 adults in 6 classes
  • Micro-Credentials: 49 enrolled and 42 completed programs including Administrative Support Professional, Direct Care Provider, and Teacher Assistant
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Serving Educators & Administrators

  • Events: IU13 and PaTTAN continued to use online interactive platforms to support
    events with 22,706 event attendees
  • Instructional Media Services (IMS): Served 6,000 educators and 90,000 students
  • Leveraging EbD-TEEMS to Scale STEM: 14 districts, 290+ teachers, 4,400+ students
  • PA Information Management System (PIMS) Consulting: Provided 350+ hours
    of consulting support to assist school districts in meeting student-level data reporting
    to the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE)
  • Technical Assistance through PaTTAN: 10,027 hours of assistance; 198 trainings,
    and 33,038 people served
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Serving School Districts

  • Personalized Learning Academy (PLA): 125 educators participated
  • High-Speed Internet: Increased bandwidth to 18 school districts, IU13, and PaTTAN by activating internet service through the IU13 WAN dark fiber network
  • IDEA: Administered $13.9M in pass-thru IDEA special education funds for local districts
  • Single Audit: “No findings” in single audit of $51.7M
  • Administrator Searches: Coordinated 4 searches for superintendents and school leaders
  • Extended School Year Program: 1,004 students referred to IU13 for ESY services (Summer 2021)
  • Regional COVID-19 Guidance: Coordinated partnership with Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Health to secure medical guidance for Lancaster County schools navigating the impact of Coronavirus on ongoing operations
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Serving Community, Region, and State

  • Autism Solutions: 250 therapy hours, 118 diagnostic evaluation hours
  • Statewide Projects Team (for PDE): 762 LEAs supported in Data/PVAAS Professional Learning Services; 22 education research projects for PDE; 95 schools supported through Continuous Improvement program
  • Statewide Software Sales: $13M+ in sales
  • Tech Talk Live: Conference for tech administrators working in an educational setting
  • CAFCO Food Service Program: 63 participating districts in 11 counties (increase of +6)
  • Refugee Center: 709 clients (344 children and 365 adults) served, 44 languages spoken
  • Organ & Tissue Donation Awareness (OTDA): Administered statewide program for PDE, resulting in 8,000+ students served and $20K+ in grant funding for 16 schools
  • Nonpublic Schools’ Grants: Supported 58* nonpublic schools in receiving $4M in emergency/safety-related grants
  • Internet Connectivity Partnership: Forged a partnership with The Steinman Foundation during the pandemic to fund internet connectivity for eligible Lancaster County families to support remote learning
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Facts and figures compiled from 2021-2022 school year, unless otherwise indicated. For details contact *This is a duplicate count. Some individuals receive multiple services. Published September 2022.