Published Online: January 10, 2006
Published in Print: January 11, 2006, as Education Trust Study Estimates Funding Gaps

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Education Trust Study Estimates Funding Gaps

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On average, states spend about $900 less per pupil on students educated in the nation’s poorest school districts than on students in the nation’s wealthiest school districts, concludes a report by the Washington-based Education Trust.

That gap in funding has stayed virtually the same over the six years that the Education Trust has studied state and local funding for schools, according to the 11-page report.

Vol. 25, Issue 18, Page 8

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