Some legislators oppose a central recommendation of a new funding formula that seeks to increase local education funding in property rich school districts.
Some legislators oppose a central recommendation of a new funding formula that seeks to increase local education funding in property rich school districts.
Some legislators oppose a central recommendation of a new funding formula that seeks to increase local education funding in property rich school districts.

Lawmakers’ pledge on education funding could preserve $22M for Coast

February 01, 2017 03:17 PM

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