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Center for Educational Equity
Good School, Rich School; Bad School, Poor School: The Inequality at the Heart of America's Education System
August 25, 2016
CEE Executive Director links Connecticut's resource discrepancy between schools in higher-income towns and schools in high-poverty areas to a larger national trend.
"Connecticut is not the first state to wrestle with the conundrum caused by relying heavily on local property taxes to fund schools; since the 1970s, nearly every state has had litigation over equitable education"
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Published Friday, Jan. 20, 2017