Report: ‘Property wealth’ gaps among R.I. municipalities causing education disparities

PROVIDENCE – A new analysis of municipal finances from the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council found that despite a state funding formula designed to aid communities with lower levels of family income and property values, some of the state’s municipalities with the highest proportion of low-income students relatively underspend on a per-pupil basis. The report…

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