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The Impact of COVID-19 on Science Education

By Niu Gao, Kathy DiRanna, Maria T. Chang Fay

High-poverty districts: at least 75% of students are eligible for free/reduced price lunch. * p <0.01. For high-need districts, the comparison group is ...


Equitable State Funding for School Facilities

By Julien Lafortune, Niu Gao

Districts allocate funding across schools in ways that reduce inequities ... students who are eligible for free/reduced-price lunch and those who are not.


Dual Enrollment in California

By Olga Rodriguez, Niu Gao

High poverty: schools in which at least 75 percent of students are eligible for free/reduced price lunch (N=1,318). High Black/Latino: schools in which at least ...


Targeted K–12 Funding and Student Outcomes

By Julien Lafortune

... and increasing supplemental grants and/or lowering the threshold for concentration grants. ... based on eligibility for free and/or reduced-price lunch.

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Food Insufficiency and School Meals during COVID-19

By Caroline Danielson, Niu Gao, Patricia Malagon

May 24, 2021 ... Despite this progress, 59% of students were eligible for free or reduced-price meals in the 2020–21 school year, suggesting that many ...