Day: May 6, 2018

Proposed budget would raise Cost per Student

Cost per spending is a metric found by dividing the amount of students into the education budget.

Using the most up to date numbers (May 2018) there are currently 920 students at RES and JRMS. The budget for 2017-2018 is $20,752,623. click here thesis committee ggnb feedback on written assignments implicit meanings essays in anthropology+pdf review article how to write essay about compassion sildenafil uk nhs prescription enter site holland cialis rezeptfrei thesis null hypothesis write a descriptive essay on the topic my school cialis and back pain duration example of a good scientific abstract how to write an introduction for an expository essay cv for phd application chemistry pay to get professional rhetorical analysis essay where can i buy cheap viagra levitra cost in india Writing essay websites thesis on lovecraft dissertation abstract international online source url uq graduate school thesis format when does viagra's patent expire simplex method solved problems good college essay samples The current cost per student is $22,557

The proposed budget requests an increase that will greatly raise the cost per student.

The budget on we which we will be voting on May 8 is $21,552,623 and the projected enrollment is 880 (Prowda 878 and NESDEC 882 averaged) The new cost per student would be $24,492.

The increase would be $1935 per student.

Although there will be approximately 40 less students, fixed costs and contractual obligations do usually make the cost per student somewhat higher.

Representatives of the Redding Board of Education cite Cost per Student as an unreliable metric since items in one towns school budget may appear on another towns municipal budget. Still, as shown by this chart from last year, Redding had the highest Cost per Student in our DRG (District Resource Group) The new number is substantially higher.