Wealthy School Districts Benefit From Poor Students. Is It Time To Change Title I?

September 15, 2018

Title I, the federal government’s largest K-12 education program was designed to address inequality between rich and poor students, but critics say the way the money is distributed could create more inequality. Nora Gordon, is an associate professor of public policy at Georgetown University and serves on the Dept. of Education’s expert panel on Title I, and says the program needs serious changes.

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