Most states build education budgets around student needs. But not Washington, where school spending is driven primarily by enrollment. As Olympia faces a deadline to find more education money overall, low-income communities question the fairness of our system.
Most states build education budgets around student needs. But not Washington, where school spending is driven primarily by enrollment. As Olympia faces a deadline to find more education money overall, low-income communities question the fairness of our system. Stock image Thinkstock
Most states build education budgets around student needs. But not Washington, where school spending is driven primarily by enrollment. As Olympia faces a deadline to find more education money overall, low-income communities question the fairness of our system. Stock image Thinkstock

‘Stealth inequities’: How Washington’s education system hurts poor schools

January 08, 2017 06:13 PM

UPDATED January 15, 2017 10:36 AM

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