The quality of Madison’s school system has a direct correlation to so much of what makes it a great town. Home values, crime, and family all receive a boost from a strong school system.
Every town has different thoughts on what portion of the town’s tax dollars should be spent on education. Much research has been done on the effectiveness of educational spending, and the effectiveness that additional spending has on a better quality education and school system.
Madison currently spend $937,255 on education according to Connecticut State Comptroller, which represents a cost per student of $310.
Madison has 3,027 students enrolled, which ranks 57 amongst the 202 school districts in Connecticut.
The amount that Madison spends on education is $937,255, which ranks Madison number 45 in educational spending of the 151 reporting towns in the state of CT.