State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has released a report detailing regional education trends across the state.

The report analyzes school district financial and demographic information from nine regions outside of New York City.

It found wealthier districts in New York often depend more on local revenues, like property taxes, and less on state aid.

The report finds 68 percent of revenue for Long Island schools comes from property taxes and other sources.  In the Mohawk Valley area, local revenues comprise only about a third of school district revenue.

“Investments in New York’s public schools are vital at both the state and local level,” DiNapoli said. “By examining regional comparisons and trends in school district revenues, expenditures and student demographics, we can better inform the decisions of state lawmakers, education stakeholders and taxpayers.”

You can read the full report on the Comptroller's website.

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