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Nevada2020-12-01T18:01:50+00:00

NEVADA

Nevada published FY18 and FY19 school-by-school spending data on the “Nevada Report Card.” To access the spending data click on the “Financial” tab in your school’s report card. Visuals for school, district, and state total per-pupil expenditures are provided, and detailed spending reports across schools and against district and state averages can be generated. Explore Nevada’s spending data below or access the Nevada Report Card website HERE and the Data Interaction portal to generate customized spending reports HERE.

WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM THE REPORT CARD ABOUT PER SCHOOL SPENDING

OTHER QUESTIONS TO ASK & HOW TO FIND THE ANSWERS

To view spending for every school in a district, you must create a “Fiscal Information Report” in the Data Interaction for Nevada Accountability Portal. Once you’ve selected the school year and your comparison district, click “get report.” The report will show you per-pupil spending for the state and the district. Click on the district and select “drill to schools” to view the per-pupil spending information for every school in the district. Nevada also published the “ESSA Per Pupil Expenditures By School for FY19” file which provides school-by-school spending for each school in the state and district. You can download this to conduct your comparison.

The Nevada Report Card allows you to compare spending between schools across Instruction, Instruction Support, Operations, Leadership, and Total Expenditures. Instruction Support expenditures reflect some services spending, but do not encompass all services spending for Nevada students. Student enrollment and demographic information can be accessed to make comparisons.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

Build a detailed report to view each comparison school’s spending details.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

Build a detailed report of schools across a district to view enrollment and demographic data and identify comparison schools. Then, build a detailed report to view each comparison school’s spending details.

The Nevada Report Card allows you to compare outcomes between schools (graduation rates, assessments, and/or dropout information) in separate customizable reports. Student enrollment and demographic information can be accessed to make comparisons.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

Build a report to view each school’s outcomes details by selecting either “Assessment,” “Graduation Rates,” or “Dropout Information” from the drop-down menu. Then, build a detailed report to view each comparison school’s spending details.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

Build a detailed report of schools across a district to view enrollment and demographic data and identify comparison schools. Build a report to view each comparison school’s outcomes details by selecting either “Assessment,” “Graduation Rates,” or “Dropout Information” from the drop-down menu. Then, build a detailed report to view each comparison school’s spending details.

The Nevada Report Card provides expenditure details for instruction, instruction support, operations, leadership, and total expenditures. Instruction support expenditures reflect some services spending, but do not encompass all services spending for Nevada students. You can compare spending across these categories between your school, the district, and the state averages as both dollar amounts and percentage of expenditures.

MORE ABOUT NEVADA

Nevada also published a downloadable data file providing ESSA spending data, broken out by federal, state and local dollars, for every school in the state. If you have any questions about the data reported by Nevada or feedback on its report card, you can complete this survey.