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New Hampshire2020-03-12T17:05:59+00:00

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire published FY 19 school-by-school spending information and total expenditures for each of their schools. In the overview tab of the New Hampshire Report Card, you can view actual per-pupil expenditures for each school compared to district and state averages. In addition, by clicking on the “View Details” button at the bottom of the page, you can see the total expenditures for each school broken out by source of funds. New Hampshire also has a tool called iExplore that allows users to compare outcomes, demographics, educator data, and “average” (not actual) per-pupil costs for each school. The iExplore tool provides the ability to filter by school, district, region, and grades served. Explore New Hampshire’s spending data below, or access the report card here and iExplore here.

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

OTHER QUESTIONS TO ASK & HOW TO FIND THE ANSWERS

To find the per-pupil expenditures for each school in your district, select the “schools” tab on the homepage of the report card, click “view list” and filter by district. Click on each school’s profile within your district to find the per-pupil spending.

New Hampshire does not break down spending on services at the school, district, or state levels.

The New Hampshire Report Card does not provide an ability to directly compare spending with demographics. You can use the iExplore tool to compare schools with similar demographics and the report card to determine the actual per-pupil spending.

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

Access each school’s report card on the New Hampshire Report Card. Demographic data can be found on the profile page and spending data are found in the overview or finance tabs. To conduct deeper analysis with multiple schools, use the iExplore tool and filter by comparison schools, regions, or demographics. Then access each comparison school’s actual per-pupil spending data on the New Hampshire Report Card.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

Use the iExplore tool to identify schools with similar demographics, including percent of students with disabilities and percent of students who are economically disadvantaged. You can also filter by region and grades served. Then access each comparison school’s actual per-pupil spending data on the New Hampshire Report Card.

New Hampshire does not break down spending on services at the school, district, or state levels.

The New Hampshire Report Card does not provide an ability to directly compare spending with demographics or outcomes. You can use the iExplore tool to compare schools with similar demographics and outcomes, then use the report card to determine the actual per-pupil spending.

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

Access each school’s report card on the New Hampshire Report Card. Demographic data can be found on the “profile page” while outcomes and spending data are available on the “overview page.” To conduct deeper analysis with multiple schools, use the iExplore tool and click on outcomes or demographics in the “indicator tab.” Filter by comparison schools, grades, or regions. Then access each comparison school’s actual per-pupil spending data on the New Hampshire Report Card.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

Use the iExplore tool to identify schools with similar demographics or outcomes. Then access each comparison school’s actual per-pupil spending data on the New Hampshire Report Card. Demographic data can be found on the profile page, whereas outcomes and spending data are available on the “overview page.”

MORE ABOUT NEW HAMPSHIRE

If you have questions about the report card, contact the New Hampshire Department of Education at info@doe.nh.gov.