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Stat of the Week — November 30, 2005

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In 2005, the most common weight or adjustment used by states in their school finance formula was designed to allocate more funding to special education students. In addition, twenty-five states made adjustments to provide additional funds for English language-learners and twenty-three made adjustments for students in poverty.

To find out more about school finance in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, access the Education Counts database.


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