Utah is home to seven of the 10 lowest-spending, large school districts in the country, according to a report released Thursday.
The report, released by Govistics with the Center for Governmental Research, revealed that a school district in Meridian, Idaho, had the lowest per-pupil spending in the country in 2010. The report examined school districts with at least 25,000 students.
Utah dominated the rest of the list. The Canyons, Nebo, Granite, Davis, Alpine, Weber and Washington school districts spent the least on students compared to other districts of the same size in the U.S.