More than 20 years after poor, rural schools sued the state for more support, little has been done to ensure that children in different zip codes have access to the same quality education. As the economy has recovered, legislators have given all K-12 schools more money. But big issues remain unresolved. One example is the Denmark-Olar school district which is home to some of the oldest and inadequate school buildings. gmelendez@thestate.com
More than 20 years after poor, rural schools sued the state for more support, little has been done to ensure that children in different zip codes have access to the same quality education. As the economy has recovered, legislators have given all K-12 schools more money. But big issues remain unresolved. One example is the Denmark-Olar school district which is home to some of the oldest and inadequate school buildings. gmelendez@thestate.com

Cindi Ross Scoppe

September 24, 2016 5:00 PM

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