¬†Here’s more info for Sen. Smith and others who think funding doesn’t matter. This piece points out that in NJ, MD, CO, MA and elsewhere, “increased spending on basic educational resources has led to demonstrated improved achievement. Despite vast differences among states, courts enumerated a remarkably consistent list of necessary inputs, including: high quality preschool, small class size, additional services for at-risk students, supports for teachers such as professional development, curriculum supports, supplies, equipment, adequate facilities, and adequate books and other learning tools.”¬† http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2012/11/25/how-grossly-underfunded-are-public-schools/

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