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Discover more about the work of IU13 here! These “fast facts” provide an overview of IU13 facts and figures from the 2022-23 school year.

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IU13 Facilities, Staff, and Funding

Staff: 1,373` including:

  • Teachers/Professionals: 458 • Classroom Support: 468 • Community Education: 41 • Non-Instructional: 316 • PaTTAN: 90

Total 2022-23 Budget: $217,317,382<

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

  • Administrative & Management Services $3,663,500
  • Community Education $3,912,520
  • Teaching and Learning Collaborative $8,522,976
  • Early Learners $39,167,138
  • Student Services $10,788,726
  • Special Education Classroom Services $48,685,415
  • Itinerant Solutions $29,993,496
  • Pass-thru Funds Administration $18,314,184
  • Statewide Initiatives $33,617,197
  • Regional Technology Solutions $20,652,230
  • Operations and Infrastructure (SSU) $27,794,671
  • Internal Service Funds-Benefits (SSU) $22,334,380
(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 27% | Special Education Consortia 22%

`As of September 23, bulleted breakdown does not include daily substitutes & Extended School Year (ESY) staff | <as of 9/23
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Serving Young Learners

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Serving School-Age Learners

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Serving Adult Learners

  • Students Served: 1,052
    • Employment, Job Retention, High School Equivalency (HSE) Attainment, and Transition to Post-secondary Education
  • Family Literacy: 41 families supported
  • Citizenship Classes: Served 191 adults in 7 classes
  • Micro-Credentials: 79 completed programs including Administrative Support Professional, Direct Care Provider, and Teacher Assistant
  • Lebanon Youth Program: 114 students served (33 found employment, 37 placed in training
    programs, and 70 attained credentials)
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Serving Educators & Administrators

  • Events: IU13 supported events for 50,900 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 1,000 hours of consultation to assist school districts in meeting student-level data reporting to the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE)
  • Technical Assistance through PaTTAN: 18,890 hours of assistance, 326 trainings, and 18,645 people served
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Serving School Districts

  • Personalized Learning Academy (PLA): 116 educators participated
  • High-Speed Internet: 30 public school districts, nonpublic, parochial, and charter schools served
  • IDEA: Administered $12.3M in pass-thru IDEA special education funds for local districts
  • Single Audit: “No findings” in single audit of $513.6M
  • Extended School Year Program436 students referred to IU13 for ESY services (IU13 classrooms only)
  • Support to Conestoga Valley School District During Construction: Served as home to 300+ 8th Grade students during construction delays
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Serving Community, Region, and State

  • CAFCO Food Service Program: 63 participating districts in 11 counties (increase of +6)
  • Statewide Projects Team (for PDE): 762 LEAs supported in Data/PVAAS Professional Learning Services;
    22 education research projects for PDE
  • Continuous School Improvement (CSI) Team: 122 schools and 113,000 students served
  • Statewide Software Sales: $16.5M+ in sales
  • Tech Talk Live: Conference for tech administrators working in an educational setting, 160+ schools attended
  • Refugee Center: 1,322 clients served, 45 languages spoken
  • Organ & Tissue Donation Awareness (OTDA): Administered statewide program for PDE, resulting in 10,000+ students served and $25K+ in grant funding for 18 schools
  • Grant Services: Nearly $2M received to support IU13 programs and services, school districts, adult learners, and community partners
  • Fingerprinting: 250 served to meet hiring requirements for school employment
  • Pennsylvania Value Added Assessment System (PVAAS) Professional Learning Services: 459 LEAs
    supported with 7,374 attendees, as well as 776 LEAs supported through the PIMS-PVAAS Data Collection
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IU13 Offices & Classrooms

IU13 serves the Lancaster & Lebanon county region and beyond. In addition to three main offices (Lancaster, Lebanon, and PaTTAN-Harrisburg), IU13 operates classrooms in its center-based locations to provide direct services to students of all ages. In addition, 100 IU13 classrooms are hosted in schools within local school districts or community-based locations. Beyond classrooms, IU13 staff serve students in many other local settings, including nonpublic schools, agencies, preschools, child-care centers, and even homes.

IU13 Main Offices:PA Map with school district names and IU13 locations.

  • IU13 Lancaster County Office
  • IU13 Lebanon County Office
  • PaTTAN-Harrisburg

IU13 Centers:

  • Central Education Center (Early Childhood: 5; School-age: 17)
  • Northern Education Center (TBD)
  • Community School West (School-age: 4)
  • School-based Partial Hospitalization Program (School-age: 2)
  • Lancaster Intensive Day Treatment (School-age: 2)
  • Lancaster School-to-Work at Burle (School-age: 2)
  • Center for Community Education at Burle  (Varied classes/services for adults)

IU13 Classrooms within School Districts: 100 classes

  • Annville-Cleona (Early Childhood)
  • Cocalico (School-age)
  • Columbia Borough (School-age)
  • Conestoga Valley (School-age)
  • Cornwall-Lebanon (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Donegal (School-age)
  • Eastern Lebanon County (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Elizabethtown Area (School-age)
  • Ephrata Area (School-age)
  • Hempfield (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Lampeter-Strasburg (School-age)
  • Lancaster (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Lebanon (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Manheim Central (School-age)
  • Manheim Township (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Northern Lebanon (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Palmyra Area (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Penn Manor (School-age)
  • Pequea Valley (School-age)
  • Solanco (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Warwick (Early Childhood and School-age)
  • Lancaster County CTC (Itinerant support)
  • Lebanon County CTC (Itinerant support)
  • Nonpublic Schools (43 schools receiving IU13 services)

Community-Based Locations & Programs:

  • Early Head Start and Head Start (Varied locations and homes)
  • Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital (School-age)
  • Lancaster-Lebanon Virtual Solutions (LLVS) (19 school district partners)
  • Lebanon Correctional Facility  (School-age)
  • Lebanon Early Childhood (Myerstown) (Early Childhood)
  • Masonic Village Work Immersion (School-age)
  • Moravian Manor Work Immersion (School-age)
  • Preschool Early Intervention (Varied child care centers/preschools/homes)
  • Project SEARCH (Lancaster) (School-age)
  • Refugee Center (Lancaster) (Varied services for students & adults)
  • School-to-Work at Lebanon Valley College (School-age)
  • Willow Valley Work Immersion (School-age)
Facts and figures compiled from 2022-2023 school year, unless otherwise indicated. For details contact *This is a duplicate count. Some individuals receive multiple services. Published September 2023.