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  • Greenwood Elementary School
  • Des Moines, IA
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households Data about students' economic need comes from the National Center for Education Statistics, via our partners at MDR Education. Learn more

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As I stated before, Greenwood is not a Title I school. Therefore, according to NCLB, any other low-achieving school can choose to send their students to us, but we receive no additional federal funding. Our students are a true picture of the American "melting pot". We have some students who come from a very affluent background. We also have a high population of students from other countries around the world, as well as many students from a very low socioeconomic background. Therefore, it is impossible to ask that parents provide technology for their students.

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As I stated before, Greenwood is not a Title I school. Therefore, according to NCLB, any other low-achieving school can choose to send their students to us, but we receive no additional federal funding. Our students are a true picture of the American "melting pot". We have some students who come from a very affluent background. We also have a high population of students from other countries around the world, as well as many students from a very low socioeconomic background. Therefore, it is impossible to ask that parents provide technology for their students.

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