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How much revenue has Northbrook/Glenview SD 30 received from state taxpayers?

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By Local Labs News Service | Nov 22, 2018

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The subsidy Northbrook/Glenview School District 30 received through state taxes decreased 13.2 percent from fiscal year 2008 to 2017, adjusted for inflation, according to a North Cook News analysis of public schools data.

Spending and revenue data obtained for this analysis comes from the Illinois Local Education Agency Retrieval Network (ILEARN), which is part of the Illinois State Board of Education and collects data annually on school district financials.

Adjusting for inflation, the district's share of state taxes per student went down 21.3 percent over the last 10 years.

State revenue
Year
Total state subsidy (nominal)
Total state subsidy (real)
9-Month Avg. Daily Attendance
State subsidy per pupil (real)
2008
$762,161
$891,728
968.68
$920.56
2009
$591,568
$692,135
1,022.06
$677.20
2010
$827,059
$942,847
1,057.53
$891.56
2011
$763,665
$862,941
1,057.11
$816.32
2012
$774,059
$843,724
1,050.16
$803.42
2013
$728,421
$786,695
1,042.95
$754.30
2014
$733,377
$777,380
1,047.75
$741.95
2015
$725,387
$768,910
1,034.96
$742.94
2016
$760,798
$798,838
1,036.4
$770.78
2017
$758,462
$773,631
1,067.31
$724.84
Total
$7,424,957
$8,138,829
10,384.909999999998
$7,843.87
10-year change (%)
-0.5
-13.2
10.2
-21.3
Illinois Local Education Agency Retrieval Network

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