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          Bright Lights – A Historic Commitment To Finance Equity
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          25 August 2015 - 2:47, by , in Bright Lights, Comments off

          In 2012, North Carolina’s public schools tied for fourth in the nation in relative school finance equity – a measure of funding fairness across K-12 public school districts in an economically diverse state. Variations in state per-pupil spending across districts were, on average, nine percent above or below the state average. That year, the gap between the highest and lowest spending counties in North Carolina was $2,280 per student.

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