By Bayonne Local Bot

 

According to state projections Bayonne will once again be one of the most underfunded school districts in the state.  Governor Christie’s Office released the projected numbers for school funding this week. Per student, Bayonne remains one of the lowest recipients of aid in the state. Mayor Davis vowed to bring more funding to the district when he ran for Mayor in 2014. 2016’s increase will be one of the lowest in recent history.

 

 

County projections:

Source* State of NJ via Hudson County View

Bayonne
2015 – $53,524,660
(+ $491,774)
2016 – $54,016,434
East Newark
2015 – $3,395,757
(+ $30,682)
2016 – $3,426,439
Guttenberg
2015 – $5,033,239
(+ $63,344)
2016 – $5,096,583
Harrison *
2015 – $25,383,780
(+ $34,408)
2016 – $25,418,188
Hoboken *
2015 – $10,656,560
(+ $25,960)
2016 – $10,682,520
Hudson County Vocational
2015 – $21,109,363
(+ $94,816)
2016 – $21,204,179
Jersey City *
2015 – $418,471,290
(+ $308,600)
2016 – $418,779,890
Kearny
2015 – $30,634,645
(+ $294,342)
2016 – $30,928,987
North Bergen
2015 – $56,603,083
(+ $492,050)
2016 – $57,095,133
Secaucus
2015 – $970,026
(+ $29,516)
2016 – $999,542
Union City *
2015 – $177,818,679
(+ $1,187,022)
2016 – $179,005,701
Weehawken
2015 – $2,693,051
(+ $29,657)
2016 – $2,722,708
West New York *
2015 – $93,312,984
(+ $753,004)
2016 – $94,065,988

 

 

 

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