Texas must spend billions more to boost test scores, districts in lawsuit say

AUSTIN — Texas should be spending roughly $2,000 more per year on lower-income students — an additional $6 billion annually — if the state wants to see at least 70 percent of them pass state achievement tests, a lead attorney for the plaintiffs in the school finance lawsuit estimated Friday.

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