Rethinking Police in Schools as a Moral and Fiscal Decision

Figure 1. Divesting from police in schools brings in $984,872,000.
Figure 2. We also opted to increase taxes by 1% on the wealthiest 0.1% of people in the U.S.
Figure 3. Just a few of the selections we made to fund education instead.
Figure 4. This receipt shows how much education could be funded by divesting in police in schools and increasing taxes by even a very small percentage. We were left with over $7 billion to spend.

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