The 2017-18 budget agreement includes key public school spending priorities, including:
- A $100 million increase in basic education funding
- A $25 million increase in special education funding
- A $30 million increase in pre-kindergarten funding
Read more about the budget and other legislative developments in the latest issue of Partners Post.
Credit: Partners for Public Education
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