Testimony February 19, 2019: Toward an Accurate Count of Low-Income Students
Erica Greenberg
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Erica Greenberg submitted testimony to the Connecticut General Assembly’s Black and Puerto Rican Caucus outlining the reasons the state might consider changing how it counts low-income students for funding purposes. Her testimony explains why existing measures of student poverty are becoming less useful and provides an overview of a possible solution.

Research Areas Education
Tags K-12 education School funding
Policy Centers Center on Education Data and Policy
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