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Why it Matters: Mouse over the dots to see which district is reflected and the detail about their expenditures per student. The Expenditures Analysis graph correlates the size of schools, as measured by Total Expenditures, and Expenditures per Student respectively. The district on the far right has the largest budget. The district on the far left has the smallest budget. The higher up you travel on the graph indicates districts that spend the most per student. (n075) (o35)

Data Source: The school district financial data comes from two sources. Historic data is provided by downloads from the Michigan Department of Education, Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI) Financial Information Database (FID). Future data is loaded by the respective school district financial department. (n040)

Data Table listing all the Districts in Michigan

School NameLies WithinTotal
Expenditures
1Peer
Rank
EnrollmentExpenditures
per Student
2Peer
Rank
Akron-Fairgrove SchoolsTuscola ISD$2,960,2349292$10,1384
Caro Community SchoolsTuscola ISD$16,630,28711,714$9,7036
Cass City Public SchoolsTuscola ISD$9,849,6284982$10,0305
Kingston Community School DistrictTuscola ISD$6,331,5727616$10,2791
Mayville Community School DistrictTuscola ISD$5,824,7798612$9,5187
Millington Community SchoolsTuscola ISD$11,837,71831,247$9,4938
Reese Public SchoolsTuscola ISD$8,164,1045800$10,2053
Unionville-Sebewaing Area S.D.Tuscola ISD$7,158,8146763$9,3829
Vassar Public SchoolsTuscola ISD$11,985,93821,167$10,2712

1Rank is based on Total Expenditures

2Rank is based on the Expenditures per Student