Public school funding in the United States is from federal, state, and local sources. In fact, nearly half of the findings come from the local citizens’ property taxes. As such, people get unequal education based on their tax deductibles, which is based on socioeconomic status. U.S. citizens are committed to the idea of equal opportunity. However, the disparity from differences income violates the notion that public education can and should be provided equality for all students across the nation. Legal efforts to reform this issue have been minimal at all levels. The ignorance regarding funding discrepancies are increasing rapidly. States have been forced into action to create all types of laws to prevent the achievement gap.
YNC's mission is to increase youth awareness and youth impact on
local, state, and national political and legislative issues that affect
and relate to youth of the United States.