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D.C.'s per-student funding disconnect

An analysis of 2010-11 school budgets by an advocacy group says per-pupil funding for D.C. high schools that require applications is higher than for schools with open admissions.

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Study finds funding gap between D.C. specialty and neighborhood schools
Article | The two public high schools, 21/2 miles apart in Northwest Washington, serve vastly different student populations. And they do it with vastly different levels of financial support, according to an analysis of school spending by a District advocacy group.
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D.C. high schools face funding gap, study finds
Article | The two public high schools, 21/2 miles apart in Northwest Washington, serve vastly different student populations. And they do it with vastly different levels of financial support, according to an analysis of school spending by a District advocacy group.

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