Study: Districts with fewer minority students have higher per-pupil spending

10/12/2004 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

According to a report issued last week by The Education Trust, in 31 of the 49 states studied, school districts with fewer minority students spent more to educate each student than did districts with more minority students. The report called on states to dedicate more resources and funding to schools with high numbers of minority or low income students to help close the achievement gap.

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