SSFC’s Timbs Discusses School Aid Distribution
The Statewide School Finance Consortium represents more than 350 districts around the state. And for years, they have complained about the way state aid is distributed. Now, the group says poor school districts will take another hit thanks to the property tax cap. SSFC Executive Director Rick Timbs explains why he thinks the money has gotten so tied up in politics. >click here
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Dr. Rick Timbs of the Statewide School Finance Consortium has a lot to say about the obstacles he sees as fixing the school aid inequities in the state.
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