States gear up to overhaul K-12 funding in 2020
from Education Week
With the 2020 legislative sessions looming, states are again moving to tackle fundamental problems in the ways they distribute money for school districts, an issue that has long posed political hurdles. Already, Massachusetts has ushered through a new funding formula that alters how much money schools serving high-need students will receive and the powers of the state to dictate how district administrators spend their money. Maryland and Ohio have legislation in the works that, if passed, would make historic changes to their K-12 spending formulas.
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