The information in these reports come from the Kansas Department of Education and local school districts.
It has been downloaded from their websites or obtained in Open Records requests, and posted on KansasOpenGov.org by Kansas Policy Institute (KSBRC’s parent company).
Spending per student by district since 2005, in total and for each cost center (Instruction, Student Support, Staff Support, Administration, Operations & Maintenance, Transportation, Food Service, Capital Outlay, and Debt Service).
Funding per student by district since 2005, showing state, federal, and local aid per student.
Employment and Enrollment by district since 2005, showing fulltime equivalent (FTE) students, classroom teachers, other teachers, managers, and all other employees.
Cash Reserves by Fund shows the balance in each fund for every year since 2005.
Cash Reserves by Major Category shows the total for each category of funds since 2005 (Capital Outlay, Debt Service, Federal, and Operating).
District Snapshot shows the change in spending, funding, cash reserves, employment, and enrollment between 2005 and the most current year in a one-page summary.
2022 State Assessment results for every grade level tested (3-8 and 10) in each district. Summary results for all students tested within a district are also listed. Building level data and result by student cohort (Free & Reduced Lunch, Hispanic, etc.) are available upon request.
The following links go to the state data sources for the reports on KansasOpenGov.org
State assessment results by district and grade level (Level 1 = below grade level, Level 2 = grade level but needs remedial training, Level 3 = proficient with effective understanding, Level 4 = proficient with excellent understanding)
School district Budget at a Glance reports shows the current year’s budget and the last two years of actual spending by cost center (Instruction, Student Support, Staff Support, Administration, Operations & Maintenance, Transportation, Food Service, Capital Outlay, and Debt Service). These reports also reflect total spending per student, total revenue per student from state, local, and federal sources, enrollment, and average salaries.