Students from low-income communities are too often not being provided with the necessary resources to succeed. Essential programming is being cut, per pupil expenditures are down and the need for investment in education has never been greater.
Only 25 percent of high school students graduate college-ready in the four core subjects of English, Reading, Math, and Science.
Four of every five students who come from low-income households don’t meet reading proficiency requirements.
Less than 10% of the bachelor’s degrees awarded across America went to students with a family income below $33,000.
Nationwide, 68% of 8th graders cannot read at grade level. Most of these students will never catch up.
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