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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 10 Interesting Facts About Our Schools Budget - Since 2008 spending per student in Minnesota has went up about $30 per student, or .3% - Minnesota is now on its way to a normal payment schedule, causing what seems to be a spike in fiscal year 2013 and then subsequent drop in funding for fiscal year 2014.- Even though lakeville has approximately $30,000 more income per capita than the school behind us, we fall dead last in spending per student compared to the top 20 metro schools.- Since 2004, 177 teachers, 97 staff, and 10 administrators have been cut - When Lakeville is matched up with schools having the same spending per student, Lakeville is compared to schools of 80 to 90 percent less students and have lower means of income of about 45 thousand dollars less then Lakeville- The average size of a forth grade class in Shakopee is 24.76. In Lakeville, the average fourth grade class is 31.27 - In 2015 city council announces that there will be a 4.7% levy increase for Lakeville.- In Matt Littles budget plan, he includes a new fire chief of staff and crew; to reduce the response time in Lakeville.- In 2014 there are many positive changes in ISD194. Better structuring for science, and new technology and equipment. Also editing teachers contracts by allocating 50 minutes of uninterrupted prep time.-another fact $30 Since 2008 spending per student in Minnesota has went up $30 per student Minnesota's Schools are now on their way to a normal payment schedule 177 laid off Teachers Budget cuts didn't just affect students. (2004 budget cuts) Staff 97 laid off Adminstration 10 laid off Rosemont Mean Income Lakeville $114,959 $82,000 U.S. $8,916 $12,365 Spending Per Student Minnesota
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