Among largest districts, who spent the least per pupil in 2015-16?

June 12, 2018
Figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that among the 100 largest public school systems, the Jordan (Utah) district spent the least per student in 2015-16.

Four districts in Utah spend the least per pupil of any large district, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The average expenditure per student in 2015-16 was $11,762, but in Utah's four largest districts, per-pupil spending was less than $7,000. Among the 100 largest public school districts, the Jordan (Utah) district spent the least per student—$6,175. The Alpine, Davis County and Granite school systems followed Jordan on the list

Here are the 10 districts that spent the least per student.

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