Recent statistics from the U.S. Department of Education show that overall federal budget for education isn’t being equally disbursed among the states. K-12 federal funding has increased slightly since President Trump has been in office. Also Title I and Title II grants for disadvantaged students is set to decline in several states as well.
According to Education Week, the statistics look at changes in state-by-state funding between fiscal 2017 to fiscal 2019.
|Overall Federal School Spending|
|District of Columbia||11.5%|
|Title I Aid|
|Oklahoma (12%)||Hawaii (8.2%)|
|District of Columbia (11.5%)||Connecticut (4.4%)|
|California (9%)||Michigan (3.9%)|
|Title II Aid|
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