See how much your high school spends on boys' and girls' sports
The Public School Athletic League, the country's largest and oldest sports league, shares roughly $27 million a year to support more than 45,000 student athletes across hundreds of schools in New York City. Of that, approximately $2 million more was spent on boys' athletics programs than on girls' during the 2014-2015 school year, according to data released to DNAinfo New York under a Freedom of Information Law request. According to the Department of Education, PSAL spending is determined by "the number of hours allotted per team plus the estimated costs of the following: student insurance, officials, assignors, school supplies allocation and transportation."
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