Washington published FY18 and FY19 school-by-school spending data on the Washington State Report Card and on separate per-pupil expenditure pages with comparisons to district and state averages. Explore Washington’s spending data below or jump over to the state report card HERE.
A note from the Washington report card page: These per-pupil amounts are estimated based on district reported data. Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction used a uniform allocation method to estimate the per-pupil amounts. OSPI will use this method to report per-pupil expenditures until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM THE REPORT CARD ABOUT PER SCHOOL SPENDING
OTHER QUESTIONS TO ASK & HOW TO FIND THE ANSWERS
MORE ABOUT WASHINGTON
Washington is planning key updates to its online Washington State Report Card and per-pupil expenditure pages, including comparison tools and downloadable data files. Some school-level spending files may be downloaded HERE now. We encourage you to check back for updates. If you have any questions about the data reported by Washington state or feedback on its report card please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seattle Times published this story, “Making the grade: Parents, here’s how to find – and decipher – Washington’s new school report cards” by reporter Neal Morton on the report card and school spending data in Washington.