The National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families released a study last month that shows that Latino families actually participate more in early care and education (ECE) programs than previously believed. The study focused on Hispanics in the Chicago area, but it provides some insight for other areas with a large Hispanic population. According […]
A report by the Urban Institute, a nonprofit group that carries out economic and social policy research, found that geographical factors play a role in how much a state spends on children and that there are substantial differences between states. States in the Southern and Western regions of the United States spend less per child […]
According to a report by John Meyers, Los Angeles Times, “Over time the California Lottery has provided slightly less than 2 cents of every dollar in what’s spent to operate K-12 schools. “In fact, two pennies of every dollar is the high-water mark. Data compiled by the independent legislative analyst’s office shows that for most […]
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