Low-income students get less state and local aid, report says

A new report shows that in most states, school districts with the neediest students receive far less state and local tax money than schools with the fewest poor children. The report, by the Education Trust, a nonpartisan group that represents schools in poor urban districts, found that schools teaching the poorest students receive an average of just under $1,000 per student less than schools with the fewest poor children.

Read the report here.

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