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President Trump's Proposed Education Budget: The Impact on New Jersey

Published on: June 6, 2017

This is how the proposed budget, which would cut essential programs that support preschoolers, at-risk students and teachers, would affect NJ's public schools.

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ELC RELEASES 2017 LIST OF NATION’S MOST FISCALLY DISADVANTAGED SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Published on: February 21, 2017

ELC has released the 2017 list of the most financially strapped public school districts in the nation. Over 1.5 million children are educated in these 47 districts in 20 states, with every region of the country represented.

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VALUING PUBLIC EDUCATION: A 50 STATE REPORT CARD

Published on: February 16, 2016

The Network for Public Education has issued an evaluation of how well states and the District of Columbia support public schools. There have been many reports purporting to rank state policies on public education, but the NPE report card is different.

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SCHOOL FUNDING LITIGATIONS HOT TOPIC IN STATE COURTS

Published on: August 24, 2015

School funding litigations seeking better educational opportunities for underserved students continue in state trial courts and supreme courts across the country.

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NATIONAL REPORT CARD SHINES NEW LIGHT ON WHY FAIR SCHOOL FUNDING MATTERS

Published on: July 14, 2015

This year’s "National Report Card: Is School Funding Fair" resonated with journalists, editorial writers, commentators and radio hosts across the country.

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FAIR FUNDING AND ITS EFFECTIVE USE

Published on: June 17, 2015

Education Policy Analysis Archive recently published "Resource Accountability: Enforcing State Responsbilities for Sufficient and Equitable Resources Used Effectively to Provide All Students a Quality Education" by ELC's David Sciarra and Molly Hunter.

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BLACK LIVES MATTER: THE SCHOTT 50-STATE REPORT ON EDUCATION OF BLACK AND LATINO MALES

Published on: March 11, 2015

The Schott Foundation released its latest report on the four-year graduation rates for Black and Latino males compared to other groups, highlighting how persistent systemic disparities in opportunity create a climate and perception of populations less-valued.

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