These four facts can help you make conversations about school funding more honest and fruitful.
Part 1 in a series on essential school funding facts public education advocates must know.
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Thirteen of the 17 states where the majority of students come from low-income families are in the South. In Mississippi, 71 percent are low income, followed by New Mexico (68 percent), Louisiana (66 percent), Oklahoma (61 percent) and Arkansas (60 percent).