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July 12, 2014 7:39 PM

Rich schools/poor schools: Activity funds show growing divide among Fayette County schools

There's an economic divide among schools in Fayette County — and one of the most glaring examples is fundraising by parents and students. The amount of money raised for trips, athletics and extra academic supplies varies widely — from Rosa Parks Elementary, which anticipates $445,700 in revenues in 2014-2015, to Harrison Elementary, which is forecasting revenues of $21,335.

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