Did You Know?
Dublin City Schools loses more than $1.2 million in state funding to charter schools each year.
20 of 22 charter schools serving Dublin students are rated at a grade of C, D, or F by the state.
Enrollment Growth Presents Financial Challenges:
The State has cut more than $30-million from our funding since 2006. During the same time period, we have grown by more than 2,000 students. In addition to the cuts, the state funding formula on paper indicates the District receives about $5,800 per student. The actual figure is about $1,100. Our state funding has dropped from 19 percent of total revenue in six years and today, only 9 percent of our funding comes from the State. Read More
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Dublin Educators' Association
Donna O'Connor, President ~ DublinEA@gmail.com