Fast Facts

Discover more about the work of IU13 here! These "fast facts" provide an overview of IU facts and figures from the 2017-18 school year.

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IU13 Facilities, Staff, and Funding

Facilities: 149

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

Staff: 1,693 including:

  • Teachers: 422  •  Classroom Support: 460  •  Community Education: 46   •  Non-Instructional: 269  •  PaTTAN:  64

Total Budget: $164,847,793 (Projected as of 8/2018)

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

  • Admin./Management Services - $ 4,993,305
  • Community Education - $3,409,564
  • Teaching and Learning Collaborative - $6,202,656
  • Early Learners - $28,509,883
  • Student Services - $9,294,360
  • Special Education Classroom Services - $35,516,955
  • Itinerant Solutions - $22,375,898
  • Pass-Thru Funds Administration - $17,904,155
  • Statewide Initiatives - $23,217,111
  • Regional Technology Services - $13,423,906
  • Operations and Infrastructure (SSU) - $17,744,724
  • Internal Service Funds-Benefits (SSU) - $20,799,069  
(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:

Federal: 29.0%  •  Statewide Initiatives: 27.0%  •  School-Age Special Education: 23.0%  •  Marketplace Services: 19.0%  •  Other Consortia: 2.0%

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Serving Young Learners

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Serving School-Age Learners

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Serving Adult Learners

  • Students Served: 1,783
    • Employment, Job Retention, High School Equivalency (HSE) Attainment, and transition to post-secondary education
  • Family Literacy: 80 families supported 
  • Supports for Adults Who Have Been Incarcerated: Served 81 adults in Lancaster/Lebanon counties
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Serving Educators & Administrators

  • Events: 2,697 events; 63,422 attendees
  • Special Education Professional Development: 9,000+ participants
  • Instructional Media Workshops: 1,110 educators
  • Job-Alike Groups and Professional Learning Communities: 20
  • Literacy Design Collaborative Professional Development: 375 educators
  • Crisis Prevention Training: 359 participants
  • Personalized Learning Academy: Launched new academy to support districts in their customizable, ongoing journey toward personalized learning
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Serving School Districts

  • Electronic Act 168 Database System: Supported 24 districts to process 3,500 applicants
  • Energy Program: Saved districts $2.1 million
  • Medical Reimbursement Claims: Processed over 149,500 for Early Intervention and school districts
  • Short-term Loan Kits: Supplied 1,489 kits to schools in temporary need of special education materials for students
  • Wide Area Network: Enhanced program to provide districts with scalable and sustainable internet bandwidth options, projected to support districts for 20 years
  • Lancaster and Lebanon Counties Education Job Fair: 24 schools participated
  • E-Rate: Submitted applications for $644,672 in discounts for districts and IU13 on telecommunications, network, and Internet services
  • Insurance Pool for Workers’ Compensation Program: Distributed $1,126,015 to districts
  • Hybrid Learning Support: 15 districts
  • Reinventing Learning Showcase: Featuring innovative educational practices - all Lancaster and Lebanon county school districts participated
  • Transportation: 5,206 miles every day (157 students)
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Serving Community, Region, and State

  • Healthcare Careers Partnership: Program with PA College of Health Sciences to introduce health careers
  • STEM Partnerships: STEM Alliance, STEM Bowl, STEMathon, STEM Consortium, STEM Camps, and Carnegie STEM Pathways
  • Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness: 500+ participants
  • Community School Program at Reynolds: Supplied Cultural Navigation Kits for 362 refugees
  • Pennsylvania Value-Added Assessment System (PVAAS): Provided trainings to 3,000+ schools and education leaders
  • Tech Talk Live: 300+ IT Professionals
  • Cafeteria & Food Co-Op (CAFCO): 37 districts participated; $9.7 million bid value
  • Statewide Software Sales: $9 million in sales
  • Pennsylvania Training & Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN): 16,000+ hours of assistance to schools and educators
  • Annual National Autism Conference: 1,450 participants
  • “An Evening with Thomas Friedman” Event: Partnered with the Hourglass Foundation to generate conversation around reimagining education, jobs, and community
  • “Keeping Kids Safe” Event: Partnered with Department of Homeland Security to host event on cyber safety
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Facts and figures compiled from 2017-18 school year.  For details contact communications@iu13.org.   

*This is a duplicate count. Some students receive multiple services.

Published: September 2018