Spending Data: Delaware Traditional Public School Districts (2011)
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DistrictInstr.Instr. SupportStudent SupportTotalAdmin.Capacity
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Caesar Rodney67.931.374.9674.267.22-----
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Cape Henlopen65.112.526.4874.116.35-----
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Seaford66.391.586.0874.056.12-----
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Delmar66.491.275.6773.437.79-----
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Capital66.991.514.2372.734.61-----
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Indian River66.240.674.8671.776.8$1,724,495.00
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Red Clay67.170.83.6671.635.98$3,898,261.00
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Milford66.751.523.1871.456.56$950,938.00
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Colonial65.752.063.471.217.49$2,581,441.00
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Smyrna64.391.675.0171.077$1,205,780.00
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Brandywine63.131.246.3470.716.49$4,187,465.00
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Woodbridge61.641.67.1570.398.45$841,720.00
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Appoquinimink66.680.123.5670.3610.21$2,900,771.00
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Christina64.760.453.768.916.71$8,924,928.00
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Laurel62.420.535.1768.129.65$1,335,128.00
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$28,550,927.00
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Source: State of Delaware, Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Prepared using 2009-2010 School Year Statistics compiled by
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Delaware Department of Education.2011 Public School Spending Report
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2011 Spending Data
2011 Spending Data II
2010 Spending Data