A Million Dollar Difference

The Loophole That Keeps High-Poverty Schools from Getting Equitable Resources

Video explains what the Title I comparability loophole is and how it keeps high-poverty schools from getting the equitable resources they deserve.

This year, Congress will renew the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Its most important provision is Title I, Part A—but it has a dangerous loophole.

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