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Connecticut Post: Nonprofit shines light in disparity in school funding

Rob Ryser and Linda Conner Lambeck, Hearst Connecticut

October 10, 2015 - less than 1 minute

Kids in Connecticut’s neediest school districts are not getting a fair shot at college and careers because the state’s education funding formula is broken, a new nonprofit group charges.

The nonprofit Connecticut School Finance Project launched a website database last week that shows substantial disparities in per-student spending between schools with low-income students whose English is weak, and wealthier, whiter suburban districts that can afford higher property taxes.

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