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Community Roots Charter School
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Contact Information

www.communityroots.org

+1 (718) 858-1629

51 St Edwards St-3rd Fl

Brooklyn, New York

11205

About Community Roots Charter School
Kindergarten - 8th Grade
Charter school

Community Roots Charter School is the only school found in the Community Roots Charter School district of New York.

Classified as a charter school, it teaches pupils from Kindergarten to 8th Grade and has an enrolment of 461 students - compared to other schools in New York, this is a relatively average sized school.

In recent years, the number of teachers has increased while the pupil population has increased in a similar timeframe.

At Community Roots Charter School, the average teaching salary of $83,691 is higher than the New York state average of $77,603.

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Students by Year Group
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Funding

Funding per pupil

$26,161.00

Title I eligible school

School-wide program

Title I provides extra money to schools that have a large number of students from low income families. Roughly 50,000 schools receive money through Title I.

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Nearby Schools Compared
SchoolNumber of pupilsFunding per pupilPupils per teacherAverage teacher salaryDiversity index
Community Roots Charter School 461$26,1619$83,6910.71
Academy Of Arts And Letters (0.45 miles) 517160.71
Brooklyn Frontiers High School (0.69 miles) 17970.36
Brooklyn High School For Leadership And Community (1.04 miles) 184130.43
Brooklyn Community High Sch-Communication Arts & Media (1.04 miles) 375150.34
Brooklyn East Collegiate Charter School (1.3 miles) 385$13,77815$72,3080.31
Acorn Community High School (1.42 miles) 366140.30

Community Roots Charter School

Number of pupils461
Funding per pupil$26,161
Pupils per teacher9
Average teacher salary$83,691
Diversity index0.71

Academy Of Arts And Letters (0.45 miles)

Number of pupils517
Funding per pupil
Pupils per teacher16
Average teacher salary
Diversity index0.71

Brooklyn Frontiers High School (0.69 miles)

Number of pupils179
Funding per pupil
Pupils per teacher7
Average teacher salary
Diversity index0.36

Brooklyn High School For Leadership And Community (1.04 miles)

Number of pupils184
Funding per pupil
Pupils per teacher13
Average teacher salary
Diversity index0.43

Brooklyn Community High Sch-Communication Arts & Media (1.04 miles)

Number of pupils375
Funding per pupil
Pupils per teacher15
Average teacher salary
Diversity index0.34

Brooklyn East Collegiate Charter School (1.3 miles)

Number of pupils385
Funding per pupil$13,778
Pupils per teacher15
Average teacher salary$72,308
Diversity index0.31

Acorn Community High School (1.42 miles)

Number of pupils366
Funding per pupil
Pupils per teacher14
Average teacher salary
Diversity index0.30
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Rankings within New York
There are 4,872 schools in New York. Rankings don't always go up to 4,872 because some schools have missing data.
2420thlargest school
1038thhighest number of FTE teachers
302ndlowest pupil-teacher ratio
1093rdhighest average teaching salary
198thhighest diversity index
264thhighest funding per pupil
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Minimum Instructional Days and Hours

Kindergarten: 2.5 hours

1st Grade - 6th Grade: 5 hours

7th Grade - 8th Grade: 5.5 hours

Kindergarten: 180 days

1st Grade - 11th Grade: 180 days

12th Grade: 180 days

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Sophie (support staff) - 7/16/19

Community Roots Charter School is one of the value-driven public school I have ever experienced. Their approach to working with students is incredibly intentional and integrative, promoting a symbiotic student and community first approach to learning. The authentic support and care from each member on the CRCS staff radiates in the school's halls, reaching every student and family. Students are excited to come to school. Students are engaging. Students are understanding. And leading. And giving. Ultimately, CRCS empowers young NY'ers to have a seat at the table, and to make seats for others, not in spite of who they are, but because of it.

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