(ARRA) DoEd to Add Data Points to Annual Per Pupil Expenditure Report

August 2009
Children & Youth Funding Report;8/14/2009, p34
The article reports that the U.S Education Department (DoEd) is seeking clearance to add data points to the annual National Public Education Financial Survey (NPEFS) to better track state per pupil expenditures (SPPE) used by the Congress in allocating education funding like Title I and Impact Aid. It is stated that as a result of the Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), DoEd is adding six data items to the NPEFS Common Core of Data in order to allow an adjustment in the SPPE.


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