The statement—Money doesn’t matter in school funding—has its roots in a three-decades old study that has since been soundly debunked. Studies and statistics of more recent years demonstrate that well-targeted dollars have a direct, positive effect on student outcomes.   To list just a few:

In short, the idea that “money doesn’t matter” is as ludicrous in education as it is in buying a car, a house, or seeking highly qualified staff in any business or profession.

Learn more about school funding by signing up to attend the 2016 Great Futures Action Summit and by viewing the full presentation below: