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WHAT WE BELIEVE

OUR PRINCIPLES STATEMENT
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“We support additional resources for students with greater needs, with a priority on those that are living in poverty and English language learners—and, we support a gradual transition away from the unit system to a foundation formula in which every student is guaranteed the same base amount of funding each year that would follow them to their public school of choice—and that would then be supplemented with additional resources (or “weights”) based on their needs.”

“In other words, we can’t we fix these problems by simply adding more money to the current system. Additional allocations that take into account the needs of students, such as low-income students and English language learners, is a necessary first step. But simply layering money on top of the current system will not address the fact that allocating units leads to funding disparities not only between districts, but within districts.”

- Education Equity Delaware Coalition

    Excerpted from Principles Statement and FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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STUDENT PROFILES

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DELAWARE FUNDING
FACT SHEET

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REGIONAL FUNDING FOR
ENGLISH LEARNER STUDENTS
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REGIONAL FUNDING FOR
LOW-INCOME STUDENTS
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