Report: Which Maryland counties spend the most per student?
On average, Maryland schools spend $13,966 per student, the latest Maryland Schools Report Card said.
When calculating public education funding per pupil, the Maryland State Department of Education includes all money spent on administration, instruction, special education, student services, transportation, health services, building maintenance, as well as the state's contributions to teachers' retirement and Social Security.
See how much Worcester spends and how it ranks among Maryland counties.
County spending per student
Organizations in this Story
Allegany County • Anne Arundel County • Baltimore City • Baltimore County • Calvert County • Caroline County • Carroll County • Cecil County • Charles County • Dorchester County • Frederick County • Garrett County • Harford County • Howard County • Kent County • Montgomery County • Prince George's County • Queen Anne's County • Somerset County • St. Mary's County • Talbot County • Washington County • Wicomico County • Worcester County