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RIDE's Uniform Chart of Accounts

The Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) is a method of accounting that provides transparency, uniformity, accountability, and comparability of financial information for all schools and districts.

Rhode Island invests more than $2.3 billion in elementary and secondary public education. UCOA data provides invaluable financial information that stakeholders at every level can use to make informed investment decisions.

The UCOA standardized account-code structure allows every district, charter public school and state operated school to use the same account codes and methods for tracking revenue and expenses in their daily accounting. This not only allows for an apples-to-apples comparison between districts, but also helps districts in their financial decision-making processes to ensure that their investments are driven toward improving instruction and advancing learning.

The UCOA is a key aspect of RIDE’s strategic agenda as we work towards investing our resources wisely, preparing all students for success and transforming education in Rhode Island.

 

UCOA Data and Information

Introduction

Unless otherwise noted, all links below are PDFs.

Introduction

FAQs

Historical Project Information

UCOA Accounting Manual & Coding Workbook

UCOA REFERENCE MATERIALS

Annual Per Pupil Expenditure Reports

UCOA Segment Review Expenditure Worksheets

UCOA SEGMENT WORKSHEETS– ALL DISTRICTS

 

UCOA DESCRIPTION SEGMENT REVIEW WORKSHEETS

UCOA Segment Review Revenue Worksheets

The following will provide a look at the revenue received by school districts from Federal, State, and local sources on a by district basis.

Charts

 

Statewide Consolidated District Financial Databases

Budget Files

Per R.I.G.L. 16-2-9.4(f)(2), below is the link to the UCoA Budget files for each Local Education Agency (LEA)

FY 20 Combined Statewide Budget Files (XLS, 5.6 MB) as of October 1, 2019