Equitable School Funding
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"Given the data, most communities of color are disproportionately affected by concentrated poverty and residential segregation. Given that school resources are so closely tied to the wealth of a community, low-income students and students of color are more likely to attend a neighborhood school that spends less on them and can provide fewer quality resources compared to a wealthier school that serves white students that would be able to provide more spending per-pupil and more quality resources." -The United States Commission on Civil Rights Briefing Report 2018
States and districts need a funding boost by congress in order to devote more resources toward programs and facilities for under served students.
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