This Map Shows How Many More Students Are Living In Poverty Than 9 Years Ago | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

This Map Shows How Many More Students Are Living In Poverty Than 9 Years Ago

Students in America’s schools are much, much poorer than they were nine years ago.

In 2006, 31 percent of America’s students attended schools in “high-poverty” districts, meaning that 20 percent or more of the district's students lived below the federal poverty line. By 2013, however, this number jumped to over 49 percent, according to an analysis of U.S. Census estimates from the nonprofit EdBuild. This means that nearly half of the nation’s children between the ages of 5 and 17 attend schools in communities where a large chunk of families are struggling to get by.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama loves big numbers.

I am nearly certain that the consistent continuation of offshoring/outsourcing of jobs, which remains unabated in his administration, courtesy of the corporations which support him, overtly and covertly, must be a point of personal pride for him.

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