As states cut budgets, racial funding gaps between districts could widen
from Education DIVE
In a House Education and Labor Committee hearing, lawmakers predicted the ongoing coronavirus pandemic could widen racial funding gaps between wealthy and low-income public school districts. Reports cited by committee members suggest public schools already have a $23 billion racial funding gap between districts serving predominantly students of color compared to districts with a majority of white students.
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