Summary of the Annual Statistical Report of Schools Chief Financial Officer Current Expenditures by Major Object Code and Percent of Total PK-12 Current Expenditures Tables

Bonnie Johnson-Aten, John O', Keefe Peltz, Mark Perrin, Connor Solimano, Stacy Weinberger, Rebecca Holcombe, William Talbott, Sean Cousino, Brad James, Alena Marand, Julie Robinson
2017 unpublished
SASRS are organized according to federal definitions. NCES uses this information to identify issues and trends in school finance, to assess the condition of school finance in each state and for making comparisons among states. Data submitted to NCES are also used to determine state allocations for some federal programs. The FY16 SASRS shows the effects of Act 68. These effects are most noticeable in the shift, beginning in FY99 with the implementation of Act 60 and in FY05 with the
more » ... th the implementation of Act 68, in the proportion of revenues provided by state and local sources. The FY16 SASRS contains the ninth year of figures following complete implementation of Act 130. Union districts are now funded directly from the education fund rather than through district assessments. The result is a substantial decline in duplicate revenues and duplicate expenditures.  341 Public Local Education Agencies (including 15 technical centers), submitted the FY16 Annual Statistical Report of Schools.
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