NYSUT analysis: Tax cap increases inequality, achievement gap

“ALBANY, N.Y. December 2, 2013 – The wealthiest 10 percent of New York school districts spend 80 percent more educating their students than the poorest 10 percent – a funding inequity that is aggravated by the state’s property tax cap and widens the unacceptable achievement gap, a new analysis by New York State United Teachers showed today.”

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