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WNPR: Opinions Vary on How to Fix Connecticut's School Funding Formula

David DesRoches, WNPR

October 22, 2015 - less than 1 minute

For years, Connecticut's public schools have been funded using a complicated formula that's left many schools underfunded. And there's no clear consensus on how to fix it.

There's a multitude of ways that schools are funded in Connecticut. The formula for deciding how much money an open choice school gets is different than the formula for a magnet, which is not the same as a traditional public school or a state charter, or a technical high school.

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