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Consequences of the Texas Public School Funding Hole of 2011-16

Thursday, October 5, 2017  
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(Center for Public Policy Priorities)

 

To bring 2016 funding levels up to 2008 pre-recession levels would require an investment
of $3.2 billion dollars into public education. When comparing 2016 spending to 2008 pre-recession levels:

  • Elementary schools spent $65 less on instructional programs per student.
  • Middle schools spent $268 less per student.
  • High schools spent $428 less per student

 

Read the report.


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