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October 18, 2021

Mismatch Between Funding & Student Needs in Connecticut

This policy briefing details the current mismatch between student learning needs and per-student spending in Connecticut’s local and regional public school districts, and examines some of the factors that contribute to this mismatch.

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Equity

September 17, 2020

Racial Disparities in Connecticut Education Funding

Connecticut's public school districts remain deeply segregated and significant funding gaps continue to exist between districts that predominantly serve students of color and districts that largely serve White student populations. These are two of the overarching findings from this School and State Finance Project report, which examines racial disparities in Connecticut education funding.

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Equity

August 07, 2020

FAQs: Per-Pupil Expenditures & Public School Expenditure Reports

Starting in late 2019, and in accordance with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act, the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has published annual Public School Expenditure Reports for each local public school district, charter school district, and Regional Educational Service Center (RESC). This frequently asked questions document looks at the per-pupil expenditure information contained in these reports and how it differs from what was available previously.

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District/School Spending

June 25, 2019

FAQs: Minimum Budget Requirement

This frequently asked questions document discusses Connecticut’s minimum budget requirement (MBR), which prohibits a town from budgeting less for education than it did in the previous year unless it meets specific exceptions.

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Education Funding

April 09, 2018

Expenditures for Connecticut Schools of Choice

Data on expenditures for schools of choice (i.e. charter schools, magnet schools, or the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System) for the 2014-15, 2015-16, and 2016-17 school years.

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District/School Spending

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