New Web DeVos Secretariat launches tool to help parents, educators easily School Data Access Pass September 16, 2020 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, press @ ed. gov
  • WASHINGTON - secretary of Education Betsy DeVos launched a new website easy to use today clearly shows how much money each school spends per student. The tool will dramatically increase transparency as parents and local leaders try to understand the levels of funding and differences between schools. States are bound by the bipartisan bill Every Student (ESSA) succeeds funding to provide this information called Per Pupil Expenditures (PPE). Unfortunately, each state provides information in different ways and more transparent than others, some places. Under the direction Secretary DeVos, state data will be added, facilitating access and searchable in studentspending.ed.gov.

    "Parents are increasingly attuned to how their schools are-o-BEECH meet the needs of their students," said DeVos Secretary. "They need tools to advocate for reforms, and good decision-making requires a transparent and actionable information that, unfortunately, is not always easy to find. That's why we are committed to fixing that. This new web tool clearly shown by the student finance student to the level of the building that parents can see how their money is spent on students. This is the level of transparency that states and districts should aspire and that parents deserve. "

    The tool displays the details of federal, state and local funds of PPE for each district school and starting with the 2018-2019 school year first year these data were needed to be informed about cards state and local ratings under ESSA. The tool features an interactive map, each state pages, and downloadable Excel file. Users can search for individual districts and schools or filter variables to allow comparisons within states. The new site will also allow users to sort, filter, and compare information between schools and districts within each state

    Currently, the website includes data available from the following 20 States the 2018-19 .: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina in the Utah and school year W.V. The web tool will be updated as it becomes available additional data states.

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