5 Ways Poor Students Benefit from Increased School Spending (According to Actual Research)

June 8, 2014

The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) released a working paper this week that shows there are significant benefits for poor students as a result of increased school spending. NBER is a private, nonpartisan research outfit, and while their research shows that increased school spending has little affect on wealthier students, there are a wealth of ways poor students benefit from more money being spent on public education.

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