Texas senators seem open to major change in state’s public education funding formula

Senators in the finance committee asked questions Monday about the pros and cons of basing the amount of money that schools get per student on enrollment instead of attendance. Districts say the change could mean millions in additional funding.

By Brian Lopez, The Texas Tribune
Posted 2/8/23

During the Senate Finance Committee’s first public education hearing Monday, senators seemed open to reconsidering the core metric used to determine how much money the state gives schools per …

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