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On average, how much less per student do school districts with high portions of minority pupils spend than districts with smaller portions of minorities?

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Since the early 1970s, school districts with higher portions of minority students have spent about the same amount per student as districts with smaller portions of minorities. This is confirmed through studies conducted by the left-leaning Urban Institute, the U.S. Department of Education, Ph.D. economist Derek Neal from the University of Chicago, and the conservative Heritage Foundation.

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