High Public School Spending in DC Hasn’t Produced Desired Outcomes

Spending by Washington, D.C., public schools can be difficult to pin down. Estimates suggest spending is somewhere between $27,000 and $29,000 per child per year, which is roughly double the national average. Assuming $27,000 per student per year, D.C. taxpayers spend about $350,000 on a student from kindergarten through graduation. One could be forgiven for expecting good educational outcomes for such breathtaking sums . . . . Read More

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By |2018-05-14T11:15:24+00:00May 7th, 2018|Categories: News|Comments Off on High Public School Spending in DC Hasn’t Produced Desired Outcomes