EdSource: Here’s How Much It Would Cost to Adequately Fund Education in Your District

Exactly how much would it cost to adequately fund education in your district? EdSource has the answer.

The site has created an interactive graphic with the The American Institutes for Research that allows you to see how much more would need to be spent to adequately fund education where you work or live.

The American Institutes for Research for Getting Down to Facts, a project published by the Stanford University and Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE), previously determined that California would need a 38% increase in spending — $25.6 billion or an average increase of $4,686 per student — to achieve adequate funding for education statewide.

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