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Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Common Core Data 2008-2009

24 Primary Schools in Santa Fe, NM

Acequia Madre Elementary School
700 Acequia Madre St
Agua Fria Elementary School
3160 Agia Fria St
Alvord Elementary School
551 Alarid St
Atalaya Elementary School
721 Camino Cabra
Carlos Gilbert Elementary School
300 Griffin St
Cesar Chavez Elementary School
6251 Jaguar Dr
Chaparral Elementary School
2451 Avenida Chaparr
E. J. Martinez Elementary School
401 North San Mateo
El Dorado Elementary School
2 Avenida Torreon
Francis X. Nava Elementary School
2655 Siringo Rd
Gonzales Elementary School
851 West Alameda
Kaune Elementary School
1409 Monterey Dr
Kearny Elementary School
901 Avenida Campanas
Larragoite Elementary School
1604 Aqua Fria St
Nye Early Childhood
430 La Madera
Pablo Roybal Elementary School
1574 State Rd 502
Pinon Elementary School
2921 Camino Caballos
R. M. Sweeney Elementary School
501 Airporoute Rd
Ramirez Thomas Elementary School
610 Alta Vista
Salazar Elementary School
1300 Osage
San Ildefonso Day School
Route 5 Box 308
Te Tsu Geh Oweenge Day School
Route 42 Box 2
Turquoise Trail Elementary School
13-A San Marcos Loop
Wood - Gormley Elementary School
141 East Booth St

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Do Per-Pupil Expenditures Impact Student Performance?

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Which Public School Districts Spent the Most Per Student in 2009-10?

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