States that spend the least on students are growing the fastest
from The Atlantic
New projections on student enrollment from the federal government hint at the financial pressure many states will face as their student populations rise considerably in the next decade. The data, released by the National Center on Education Statistics, forecast that the nation's number of public school students from prekindergarten through high school will grow by 7 percent between 2011 and 2022. Leading the charge are states in the Western and Southern parts of the United States.
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