Reform Commission takes 1st look at new school funding model
Illinois may become the ninth state since 2000 to adopt a new education funding system, and state leaders are hoping a new reform commission can figure out how its current formula can be fixed. The state's School Funding Reform Commission took the first steps toward that at its inaugural meeting in downtown Chicago, but it's not yet clear when a new formula could be put into place. The commission's 25 appointees were chosen by Gov. Bruce Rauner and each of the four leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties in the House and Senate.
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