School aid for Long Island districts, 2016-17

Long Island school districts will receive a 6 percent increase in state aid for the coming school year, an increase of $155 million overall, according to material released after the state budget was passed. Here are details for the districts, along with levels of Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA) aid, meant to make up for revenues cut following the fiscal crisis. Click on any elementary school district in the map for details; aid for New Suffolk, Sagaponack and Wainscott is not included. Read more about the state aid for schools. This database was posted on April 2, 2016.

How the aid changed

Reduction
Up to 4% increase
4% to 7% increase
7% to 10% increase
More than 10% increase

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