Report: States are spending way too little on schools
from Education Week
When it comes to learning, money matters, and state leaders aren't providing schools with enough of it for their students to meet national average test scores, according to a new research paper issued by the Albert Shanker Institute and co-authored by Bruce Baker, a top school finance expert from Rutgers University. "There is now widespread agreement, backed by research, that we cannot improve education outcomes without providing schools — particularly schools serving disadvantaged student populations — with the resources necessary for doing so," the authors concluded.
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