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Education finance bill doesn’t add up

The Governor’s promise during the 2012 election campaign to provide funding for all-day kindergarten statewide is now set aside.  The legislature has the more pressing problem of finding a way to more equitably fund schools.  They’ve come up with ideas both parties could agree upon, but how they solve the problem at hand isn’t immediately apparent.  
One important development, the elimination of tenure for K-12 teachers, is one such idea.  While it has been something conservatives have fought hard to win for years now, it’s unclear how this will help equitably fund schools.  
And three years ...


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