I think it probably depends on how schools are organized in your area. We live in a large school district (in our state, there is one district per county, so our county is the twenty something largest district in the country). We have some very wealthy area, lots of middle class areas, and a few poor areas within the county. The Title 1 schools get the lion's share of money. They have much smaller classes, better resources, and more aides and specialists. The schools in the wealthiest areas still have the highest test scores, but that isn't a function of resources, they are given the least.