Education Week examines how the funding of public schools may change as the nation's population ages. As the baby boomer generation nears retirement age, many analysts believe schools will face tougher competition for public resources. "It is far from a given, but many analysts have foreseen that an economy that is straining to pay the public and private pensions, an even more, the medical costs of a mammoth elderly population will have trouble finding money for the needs of young people."
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