Why Throwing Money at Schools Actually Is the Answer
According to an analysis by 24/7 Wall Street, two New York City-area commuter hubs have nine of the 10 wealthiest school districts in the nation. Unsurprisingly, students attending schools in those districts have higher test scores, access to plenty of AP classes, and are more likely to take AP tests. In most of the districts 100 percent of students graduate from high school and matriculate into college.
How are those districts accomplishing such stellar results? It’s not that they’re more efficient with their money.
BRB, getting my surprised face.