New Hampshire2021-11-17T21:42:41+00:00


New Hampshire Department of Education published FY 2019-20 school-by-school spending information on iExplore and iReport, which also allows users to compare outcomes, demographics, educator data, and per-pupil costs for each school. Explore New Hampshire’s spending data below, or access iExplore here and iReport here.

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See our FY19 spending and outcomes analyses


To see how your school’s spending compares to district and state averages, visit iReport (School and District Report Cards) and click the “Finance” tab.

Visit iReport and select your district to view School List. Click each school and view the “Finance” tab to collect spending for each school in your district. The Compare Entities feature allows for the comparison of up to 3 schools or districts.

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

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

You can use the iReport tool to compare 3 schools’ demographic and spending data.

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

Visit each school’s profile in iReport to collect spending data under the Finance tab, and demographic data under the Profile tab.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

Use the iExplore tool to identify schools with similar demographics under the Indicator Name, including percent of students with disabilities and percent of students who are economically disadvantaged. You can also filter by region and grades served. Then switch the Indicator Name to Average Cost Per Pupil to collect spending data for those schools.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, limited outcomes data was collected for school year 2019-20. Visit each school’s report card to gather comparison details on spending, demographics, and any available outcomes data.

Edunomics Lab developed interactive data displays to explore resource equity, how dollars are allocated to schools, and which schools are most able to leverage their money to maximize student outcomes. Explore the analyses here.

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