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Much of this brief overview is excerpted from Shortchanging New Jersey's Students (Education Law Center, July 2014)
For the answers to these questions, access the statewide database of all 591 NJ school districts for Fiscal Year 2019 with sheets sorted by these criteria:
State Aid Ratio (percentage of uncapped SFRA aid received)
Tax Levy Ratio (percentage of local fair share contributed)
Budget Adequacy Ratio (percentage of adequacy budget spent)
Funding Fairness Index (a single metric illustrating funding equity)
The data is also sorted for each of NJ's 40 Legislative Districts.
The State of New Jersey has underaided school districts for over four decades dating back to the enactment of the state income tax in 1976, which never achieved its objective of providing state aid to schools in an equitable manner. Since 2015, the Newton Public Schools have been a statewide leader in advocating for fair funding. These efforts culminated in the 2018 passage of S-2, setting the State on a sustainable path to school funding equity.
The Education Law Center maintains data on each NJ school district's funding situation, including the following graphic on the Newton Public Schools for FY19: