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Teaneck, New Jersey - Education - Public Schools
... The district had 282 other staff members (on an FTE basis), for a total staff of 653. 2009-10 total spending for the district was $95,495,096, a Total Spending per Pupil of $22,942 based on 4,126.4 students, ranking 101st highest of the 105 K-12 districts statewide with more than 3,500 students ... average of $8,004), $2,842 per student to Total Support Services (ranked 95th, average of $2,116), $1,688 to Total Administrative Costs (ranked 98th, average of $1,453) and $2,533 to Total Operations and Maintenance of ...
Special Education In The United States - Federal Funding For Special Education
... It appears that total special education expenditures have been growing faster than general education expenditures, but that this is primarily because the enrollments and ... education enrollments of children birth through 21 as a percentage of total student enrollments can be attributed to several factors, including rising numbers of at-risk school-age ... The total spending on regular and special education services to students with disabilities amounted to $77.3 billion, or an average of $12,474 per student ...
2010 United States Federal Budget - Total Spending
... Further information Government spending The President's budget request for 2010 totals $3.55 trillion ... request is broken down by the following expenditures Mandatory spending $2.173 trillion (+14.9%) $695 billion (+4.9%) – Social Security $571 billion (+58.6 ...

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