Education's biggest problem is a lack of money, many Americans agree
from Education Week
Twenty-five percent of respondents to a recent national poll identified "a lack of financial support" as one of the biggest problems facing public schools in their communities. Money — or the lack of it — has been the most common response to the question on the annual PDK International Poll about public attitudes toward education for 18 years running, outranking other factors like drugs, violence or a lack of student discipline.
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