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Over a million students experiencing homelessness rely on McKinney-Vento to access school – but many slip through the cracks.
A snapshot of 2022 in federal spending, elections, crime rates and more.
Most public K-12 teachers hold a master’s degree, but their median pay is nearly $20,000 lower than the median worker with an advanced degree.
Arizona ranks lowest in teacher salary when adjusted for cost of living and quality of life.
Seven states were won by less than 3 percentage points in the 2020 presidential election.
States in the Northeast and along the West coast tend to have higher shares of same-sex married couples.
In six states, over 20% of the voting-age population identified as Hispanic in 2020.
Domestic migration is the largest driver of different growth rates, followed by births.
The percentage of people working from home tripled between 2019 and 2021, while housing got more expensive relative to income.
COVID-19 accounted for half of the decrease in life expectancy.
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