A Segregated Connecticut
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
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Breakdown of Spending
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How Connecticut Funds Education
Discover the sources of education funding and how money flows through Connecticut's different funding formulas.
Learn about the Education Cost Sharing (ECS) formula and how it's used to distribute $2 billion in state education funding.
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Feb 15, 2018
The data, which spans from the 2011-12 school year to the 2017-18 school year, from the Connecticut State Department of Education that breaks down each Connecticut town's Education Cost Sharing (ECS) grant by the Alliance District and non-Alliance District portion. Alliance Districts, which are the 33 lowest-performing local public school districts in the state, receive increased ECS funding "to support district strategies to dramatically increase student outcomes and close achievement gaps."
Dec 20, 2017
Research report from the Connecticut General Assembly's nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research that describes the changes made in Conn. Acts 17-2 (June Special Session) to the formula for the Education Cost Sharing (ECS) grant.
Nov 18, 2016
Joint research report from the Connecticut General Assembly's nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis that provides a history of the Education Cost Sharing (ECS) formula and describes how it has worked.
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