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Connecticut Post: CT education groups, school officials say Lamont budget falls short

Cayla Bamberger, Connecticut Post

February 17, 2022 - less than 1 minute

Gov. Ned Lamont has released budget revisions that he said amounted to a $402.5-million investment in schools, but not all are pleased with the changes.


But enrollment changes and proposed revisions to the state grant program could result in $6.2 million less in funding next fiscal year compared to what the biennial budget has currently appropriated, according to the School and State Finance Project, a nonpartisan policy organization.

“The changes just continue to kick the can down the road,” said Michael Morton, deputy executive director of communications and operations.

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