A Segregated Connecticut
Although the third smallest state, Connecticut is divided into 169 towns largely separated by race and wealth. Discover what this division means for the state and its communities.
Role of Property Taxes
Explore how Connecticut's property tax system plays a critical role in funding public schools, and creating funding disparities.
Segregation & Education
Learn how Connecticut's segregated communities have led to segregated school districts and inequitable funding.
District & School Spending
Explore the spending for each Connecticut district and school, and see how spending compares across similar communities.
Breakdown of Spending
Take an interactive look at how each district spends its budget, and learn more about district staffing levels and demographics.
Spending & Performance
Find out how spending and student performance connect with a look at per-student spending and Next Generation Accountability Index scores for each district and school.
How Connecticut Funds Education
Connecticut spends billions on K-12 education each year. Explore where the money comes from and how it flows through Connecticut's education funding formulas.
Education Cost Sharing (ECS) Formula
Learn more about the Education Cost Sharing (ECS) formula and how it is used to distribute $2 billion in state education funding each year.
Current Year Funding
Get the latest Education Cost Sharing (ECS) grant information and see how much funding each district is set to receive this school year.
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Jun 1, 2021
The purpose of the Connecticut Economic Digest is to provide up-to-date data on the state's workforce and economy. The monthly publication is produced by the Connecticut Department of Labor's Office of Research and the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development.
May 25, 2021
Monthly reports from the Connecticut General Assembly's Office of Fiscal Analysis detailing its most recent estimated General Fund budget projections, revenue estimates, expenditure details, and agency deficiencies for fiscal year 2021.
May 20, 2021
On or before the 20th day of each month, Connecticut's Office of Policy and Management, in compliance with section 4-66 of the state's General Statutes, provides the state comptroller with a forecast of revenues and expenditures for the state's General Fund.
May 18, 2021
State-level analysis of public education finances from the United States Census Bureau. The education finance data include revenues, expenditures, debt, and assets [cash and security holdings] of elementary and secondary public school systems. Statistics cover school systems in all states, and include the District of Columbia. The report and tables, released annually, include detailed statistics on spending – such as instruction, student transportation, salaries and employee benefits – at the national, state, and school district levels.
Apr 30, 2021
Connecticut state statute directs the secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the director of the General Assembly's Office of Fiscal Analysis to agree on and issue consensus revenue estimates each year by November 10, and to issue any necessary consensus revenue revisions of those estimates in January and April. The estimates must cover the current biennium and the three following years. The consensus revenue estimates and revised estimates must (1) serve as the basis for the governor's proposed budget and for the revenue statement included in the final budget act passed by the General Assembly to indicate the budget is balanced, and (2) be included in the annual fiscal accountability reports submitted to the General Assembly's fiscal committees each November.
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