Report: Spending disparities foster inequality among kids
from Youth Today
Just as President Donald Trump proposes yanking federal funds serving 1.6 million children after school, new reports show two ways inequality of funding could widen for children. The president's budget, which is before Congress, would cut the 21st Century Community Learning Centers initiative, which provides after-school programs for children in areas across the nation with high poverty. Wide disparities in public spending for children among the states could get wider because of population changes, according to the Urban Institute.
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