Should school funding be directed by states?

To provide all children with a high-quality education, Cynthia G. Brown, vice president for education policy at the Center for American Progress, suggests the adoption of a state-level system for funding education. At issue, she writes, are current disparities in education funding district-by-district, with wealthier localities providing more money for their schools.

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