'Bleak' landscape for K-12 fiscal equity, state-by-state report finds
from Education Week
More than a third of the nation's states distribute billions of K-12 dollars in a regressive manner, spending more on wealthier students than on impoverished students, according to a new report by the Education Law Center, an advocacy organization focused on fiscal equity in public education. Another 17 spend equal amounts of money between wealthy and poor students, even though research shows poor students are more expensive to educate.
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