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old as dirt  
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July 16, 2011 6:06pm
 
Alvin, you simply don't understand school and municipal finance. I do; that was my job very several decades. You can not compare numbers the way you are without those districts being the same geographical size with exactly the same number of students, the same number of buses, the same demographics reflected in their enrollment, and the same kinds of kids. Something as simple as district organization throws off the numbers. If one district has a high school, a middle high, and an elementary, their bottom line will look different if they have a high school, a junior school, an intermediate school, and a primary school. Numbers on a district with three campuses will look different from one with four campus. If one district has 40% of kids as bus rider, and one has 70% bus rider, that screws the numbers. Weatherford ISD will always have lower costs per student than the smaller schools around it because there is an economy of numbers. You are simply a novice trying to make sense of a very complicated system, that of school finance.
     
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