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How Much $$ Does Phoenixville Collect Per Student?

See how your schools have done over the past 10 years.

Revenue per student has jumped dramatically over the past decade in the Phoenixville Area School District.
Revenue per student has jumped dramatically over the past decade in the Phoenixville Area School District.
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Over the past 10 years, the Phoenixville School District revenue per pupil increased from $16,076 to $22,263.

The above graphic compiles the most recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics. Data from the 2010-2013 academic years were not included.

Click here to view a comparison amongst the regional school districts.
harryfinster August 05, 2013 at 11:18 AM
33% more money taken ,was there any increase in the effectiveness of the schooling ? probably not
KPez August 05, 2013 at 11:31 AM
Ummm, it costs much less than that to send your child to private school. Further supporting the idea of privatizing education and giving vouchers for people to homeschool or send their child to any school they want. Just wasteful as the government usually is.
Chuck August 05, 2013 at 06:32 PM
Natalie, very nice except: 1) How is this money spent? 2) What's the education cost per student at PASD? 3) What has the district done to lower costs? 4) What was the distribution of the sources of this $22K? 5) What was the cause of the decrease between '08-'09 and '09-'10? What is the trend for later years? Natalie I think your article took about 90 seconds to write. A true journalist would have taken a few more minutes to think of and get answers to the above questions (and more). Are you a true journalist or do you just write three sentence rehashes of press releases?

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