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Students lose out as cities and states give billions in property tax breaks to businesses − draining school budgets and especially hurting the poorest students

By Christine Wen, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning, Texas A&M University
Danielle McLean, Freelance Reporter and Editor, The Conversation
Kevin Welner, Professor of Education Policy & Law; Director of the National Education Policy Center, University of Colorado Boulder
Nathan Jensen, Professor of Government, The University of Texas at Austin
An estimated 95% of US cities provide economic development tax incentives to woo corporate investors, taking billions away from schools.The Conversation

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