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How has spending changed at North Clay CUSD 25?

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By East Central Reporter Reports | Sep 25, 2018

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North Clay Community Unit School District 25 decreased per-student spending 12.3 percent from fiscal year 2008 to 2017, adjusted for inflation, according to a East Central Reporter analysis of public schools data.

Spending and revenue data obtained for this analysis comes from the Illinois Local Education Agency Retrieval Network (ILEARN), which is part of the Illinois State Board of Education and collects data annually on school district financials.

Adjusting for inflation, the district's total spending went down 13.6 percent over the last 10 years.

Annual spending
Year
Total spending (nominal)
Total spending (real)
9-Month Avg. Daily Attendance
Spending per pupil (real)
2008
$5,499,836
$6,434,808
622.46
$10,337.71
2009
$5,646,331
$6,606,207
624.08
$10,585.51
2010
$5,313,471
$6,057,357
636.01
$9,524
2011
$6,464,104
$7,304,438
637.84
$11,451.83
2012
$6,376,641
$6,950,539
636.97
$10,911.88
2013
$6,113,978
$6,603,096
658.36
$10,029.61
2014
$5,349,945
$5,670,942
653.85
$8,673.15
2015
$5,562,446
$5,896,193
608.57
$9,688.60
2016
$5,485,993
$5,760,293
606.71
$9,494.31
2017
$5,452,222
$5,561,266
613.42
$9,066
Total
$57,264,967
$62,845,139
6,298.2699999999995
$99,762.60
10-year change (%)
-0.9
-13.6
-1.4
-12.3
Illinois Local Education Agency Retrieval Network

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