Demographic effects on school support in Oregon Public Deposited

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  • The differences in the per student cost of education and the taxes to pay for that education can be attributed, in part, to the rate of population growth within a school district. The lowest coats and taxes are found in those school districts with the fastest growing populations. As the growth rates drop, coats and taxes in the associated school districts rise, with declining school districts being the moat costly.
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