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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 2019-20 school year.

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IU13 Facilities, Staff, and Funding

Facilities: 157^

  • Buildings owned: 4 • Sites leased/used: 72 • District classrooms: 81

Staff: 1,684` including:

  • Teachers/Professionals: 452 • Classroom Support: 469 • Community Education: 45 • Non-Instructional: 239 • PaTTAN: 76

Total 2020-21 Budget: $182,812,475<

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

  • Administrative/Management Services: $ 3,524,554
  • Community Education: $ 4,103,968
  • Teaching and Learning Collaborative: $ 6,270,180
  • Early Learners: $ 33,026,407
  • Student Services: $ 10,764,479
  • Special Education Classroom Services: $ 37,089,227
  • Itinerant Solutions: $ 24,380,627
  • Pass-thru Funds Administration: $ 18,588,878
  • Statewide Initiatives: $ 27,842,245
  • Regional Technology Solutions: $ 17,221,910
  • Operations and Infrastructure (SSU): $ 21,490,890
  • Internal Service Funds-Benefits (SSU): $ 20,621,260
(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 21% | State Sources 27% | Federal Sources 29% | Special Education Consortia 23%

 

^2019-20 | `as of 6/3/20, bulleted breakdown does not include daily substitutes & Extended School Year (ESY) staff | <as of June 2020
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Serving Young Learners

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Serving School-Age Learners

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Serving Adult Learners

  • Students Served: 1,969
    • Employment, Job Retention, High School Equivalency (HSE) Attainment, and transition to post-secondary education
  • Family Literacy: 33 families supported
  • Citizenship Classes: Served 181 adults in 14 classes
  • Micro-Credentials: 101 enrolled and 92 completed programs including Admin. Support Professional, Certified Nursing Assistant, Direct Care Provider, and Teacher Assistant
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Serving Educators & Administrators

  • Events: 1,732 events held in The Conference and Training Center at IU13; 39,497 attendees
  • Leveraging EbD-TEEMS to Scale STEM: 13 districts, 236 teachers, approx. 6,000 students
  • Elementary and Secondary Technology Conferences: 581* total attendees
  • Professional Development through PaTTAN: 554 trainings, 33,316 attended
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Serving School Districts

  • Extended School Year Program: 441 students served virtually (Summer 2020)
  • High-Speed Internet: Completed construction of 130 miles of dark fiber connecting 29 school sites for a total of 305 miles of WAN dark fiber for high-speed internet access
  • Single Audit: “No findings” in single audit of $48.9M
  • Administrator Searches: Coordinated 3 searches for superintendents and school leaders
  • Lancaster County & Lebanon County Paraeducator Academies: 367 total participants
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Serving Community, Region, and State

  • Autism Solutions: 281 individual therapy hours, 103 diagnostic evaluations
  • Lebanon Educator-Workplace Partnership: Partnership with South Central Workforce Investment Board for career education and 21st century skills – 24 educators participated
  • Reinventing Learning Showcase: 160+ attended, including legislators, administrators, and school board members
  • Statewide Projects Team (for PDE): 762 customized 1:1 consultations with school leaders
  • Statewide Software Sales: $12.5M in sales
  • PA Training & Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN) Technical Assistance: 61,920* served; 12,917 hours
  • STEMathon: Collaborated with 5 partners for this premier statewide conference with 275+ attendees
  • CAFCO Food Service Program: 57 participating districts (increase of +14)
  • Refugee Center & Community School: 577 clients (341 children and 236 adults) served, 35 languages spoken
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Providing Support in Challenging Times

Since March 2020 when the global pandemic’s local impact began in earnest, IU13 initiated a variety of new supports for local schools and beyond, including:

  • Educate in Central PA Virtual Job Fair: Held virtual Lancaster/Lebanon County event, drawing 474 logins and 287 candidates
  • eLearning Toolkit: Collaborated with colleagues statewide to launch this resource for educators and parents when exploring eLearning strategies and resources. From March-June 2020: 9,219 visits from 4,000+ users
  • PPE Catalog Discount Bid: Launched collaborative procurement for 60+ entities for personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Regional COVID-19 Guidance: Coordinated partnership with Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Health to secure medical guidance for Lancaster Co. schools navigating the impact of Coronavirus on reopening and ongoing operations
Facts and figures compiled from 2019-2020 school year. For details contact communications@iu13.org.
*This is a duplicate count. Some individuals receive multiple services. Published February 2021.