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January 22, 2014

New York Governor, N.Y.C. Mayor Spar Over Pre-K Funding

A proposed tax hike of .55 percentage points on wealthy New York City residents has become a sticking point in the fight over early-education in New York state.

January 17, 2014

New School-Finance System Approved by California State School Board

The new rules governing K-12 finance in California are intended to help needy students while strengthening the flexibility of local governance.

January 16, 2014

Education Funding Gaps Linger in N.C., While a Pa. Funding Formula May Begin

Wealth-based spending gaps in North Carolina have grown over the past decade, while a new school finance formula in Pennsylvania may be in the works.

January 07, 2014

California State Board Set to Consider New, Hotly Contested Funding Rules

A revised version of proposed California school-funding regulations wouldn't let districts meet certain requirements simply by showing higher student performance.

December 10, 2013

Pa. Charter-School Bill Cuts Cyber-Charter Funding, But Angers District Advocates

The proposed bill from a state Republican lawmaker would allow certain institutes of higher education to authorize charter schools in Pennsylvania.

December 10, 2013

California Districts Fear Big Budget Losses Over Low-Income Verification

Local officials in Los Angeles and elsewhere say that new data-reporting requirements from the state shouldn't hurt their budgets this year.

November 12, 2013

How Is California's Dramatic Overhaul of K-12 Spending Working Out?

California state board members have asked for revisions to draft regulations governing the state's new K-12 funding plan following criticism from several groups.

October 14, 2013

Local Superintendent on Colorado's K-12 Tax Increase: Money for the Classroom

Eagle County Superintendent Jason Glass, Iowa's former state superintendent, says Colorado's Amendment 66 would significantly help his needy students.

October 14, 2013

Colorado's Swing County Could Decide Fate of Amendment 66's K-12 Tax Hike

Voters in Colorado's Jefferson County, just outside of Denver, could be the X-factor in the fate of a tax increase designed to help public schools.

October 12, 2013

Needy Students, Higher Taxes, and State Power Highlight Colorado Election

A proposed tax increase to reboot Colorado's K-12 funding system that requires voter approval is sparking political passions across the state.

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