Now that Republican leaders have a report they commissioned on school funding, its not clear theyll pursue its recommendations to spend more for better student performance.
Lawmakers continued digging into the numbers Monday and quizzed the studys authors for the first time since the document was unveiled Friday.
The study suggests lawmakers boost school spending by up to 44 percent over five years. That would mean pouring an additional $2 billion into education. Legislators are searching for ways to respond to a state Supreme Court ruling that says schools arent adequately funded.
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