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From U.S. News: State Education Funding Hasn’t Recovered from Recession

The Great Recession may be officially over, but state spending on K-12 education hasn’t recovered.

In fact, some states are providing even less funding per student than they did prior to the recession, according to a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities – money that the report authors argue is needed to hire and retain teachers, reduce class sizes and expand access to high-quality early education.

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