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The State of Funding Equity Data Tool


To get detailed data on funding patterns in your state, select your state from the map, or the menu below.
To see the national data, check out the Funding Gaps 2018 brief.
 Districts serving the most students from low-income families get at least 15 percent more funds
 
 Districts serving the most students from low-income families get between 5 and 15 percent more funds
 
 No substantial difference in funding
 
 Districts serving the most students from low-income families get between 5 and 15 percent less funds
 
 Districts serving the most students from low-income families get at least 15 percent less funds
 
 Excluded states



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State exclusions: Hawaii is excluded from the within-state gap analysis because it is one district. Nevada is excluded because its student population is heavily concentrated in one districts and thus could not be sorted into quartiles. Alaska is excluded because there are substantial regional differences in the cost of education that are not accounted for in the geographic cost adjustment data used in this analysis. Because so many of New York′s students are concentrated in New York City, the state is sorted into two halves, as opposed to four quartiles.