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    Elementary and Secondary Schools: Equalizing Opportunity

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    Increased spending for schools and student achievement are commonly linked, though policy analysis does not support this link.

    Do you think it should?

    What factors play into this assumption?

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    Yes, I have worked in three schools during my 13 year career and I see a strong correlation between schools that are wealthy or schools where increased spending on education equates to higher student achievement. I do feel that policy analysis should indeed agree this link.

    However, many factors play into this assumption which keep this issue heated. Issues such as race and ...

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    The expert examines elementary and secondary schools equalizing opportunities.