Rich Schools, Poor Schools, and a Biden Plan

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Kevin Carey 
The New York Times
5 min



The way U.S. education is funded can widen disparities. A proposed $20 billion program seeks to even things out.



Can President Biden fix America’s inequitable public school funding?

The administration’s latest budget proposal suggests he’s going to try. The plan includes a $20 billion program for high-poverty school districts. States would get additional funding if they “address longstanding funding disparities” between rich and poor districts.

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