Education

Improving the quality of public schools remains among the top priorities for residents in the Mid-Hudson region.  In fact, the issue ranks among the top five highest priorities in every county.

While many Mid-Hudson Valley residents highly value public education, the issue of improving the schools is no longer the top concern for households in the Mid-Hudson Valley with children.  This is the first time since 2002 that improving the quality of public schools is not the top priority for residents with children.

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Demographic Comparison

Gender & Age



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Household With Children


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Public Schools

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Topline & Region


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Community Rating Trend

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Community Rating & Region

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Community Rating & Demography

Chart: Community Rating: Public schoolsDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Education 2012: Community Rating & DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Community Spending Trend

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Community Spending & Region

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Community Spending & Demography

Chart: Community Spending: Public schoolsDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Education 2012: Community Spending & DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Affordability of Private Education & College: Trend

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Affordability of Private Education & College 2012: Region

Affordability of Private Education & College 2012: Demography

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Chart: Financial Strain: Paying or saving for private school or collegeDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Affordability of Private Education & College 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts