March 11, 2014

New Study Finds that Money Matters

A strong correlation exists between state education funding and student success, according to a recent investigation by the Boston Consulting Group. The three researchers who led […]
February 12, 2014

Ed Week Analysis Shows Growing Disparity in Education Spending Among States

Spending disparities between schools have dramatically increased since the 1960s War on Poverty began, chronicled a recent Education Week analysis that is the first in a […]
May 29, 2013

New Reports Draw on International Comparisons to Highlight Need for Reforming Inequitable Education System in the U.S.

The Center for American Progress recently released two reports that question whether the traditional reliance on local funding for education is viable for meeting the United […]
May 2, 2013

State Funding for Preschool Drops by More Than Half a Billion Dollars

While President Obama is pushing for dramatically increased access to Prekindergarten for all students from poverty backgrounds, a new report suggests that many states seem to […]