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WSHU: Connecticut seeks to close underfunding gap in certain school districts

Clare Secrist, WSHU

April 27, 2022 - less than 1 minute

The Connecticut House of Representatives will consider legislation that would increase funding for public schools across the state.

In 2017, Connecticut lawmakers created a school funding formula that would go into effect in the 2019 fiscal year with a 10-year phase-in. The formula would roll out funding for lower-income districts and decrease funding for wealthier districts. This means “full-funding” would be reached by 2030.

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