K-12 Education: Can More Funding for Low-Quality Schools Move the Needle?
There is no silver bullet that will completely fix this inequity, but this New Center policy paper highlights a few solutions that could finally start to improve chronically underperforming schools.
The U.S. ranked 25th
on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) exam in 2018.
Only about eight percent
of all public school funding comes from the federal government.
76% of all low-income students
would receive equal or greater school funding if all states were to pool property tax dollars at the county or state level to be distributed evenly to all schools.