The School of the Future (SOF) is a public school in New York City’s bustling Gramercy Park neighborhood.
Income in the 2009-10 year from grants:
Computers for students:
Five mobile labs with 15-25 laptops plus 30 stationary Mac desktops in a computer lab
Dedicated collaborative-planning hours:
- Three hours per week for departmental, grade-level, and special ed/general ed
- Two hours per month for full staff meetings
Eighth graders scoring at or above a level 3 (meeting standards or meeting standards with distinction) on the New York State Assessments, 2009:
- English-language arts: 82%, up from 74% the previous year
- Math: 94%, up from 84% the previous year
Building constructed: 1905
Year Stacy Goldstein became director of the middle school: 2005
Year John Fanning became director of the high school: 2006
Enrollment689 | Public, Urban
Per Pupil Expenditures$5000 per general ed student per the Fair Student Funding formula.
Free / Reduced Lunch40%
2% English-language learners
17% Individualized education programs
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