Unfair funding system shorts schools and hinders students
Illinois’ financial crisis means local schools receive less money from the state. Students in schools that rely heavily on state aid will feel the impact most of all. That’s not fair.
Life isn’t fair. Neither is the way Illinois pays for public education.
These days, that lack of fairness is being felt even more.
The Illinois State Board of Education sets the “foundation level,” which since 2010 has been $6,119. That figure represents the minimum cost for the average school to educate one student.
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