Legislatures in Four States Approve Hikes in School Aid as Sessions End

April 1985
Education Week;4/17/1985, Vol. 4 Issue 30, p9
The article focuses on the approved increase in the funding levels for the foundation program for public schools set by the state legislatures in the U.S. The proposed 738 million fund for the foundation program in Arkansas was appropriated by the legislature with an additional 70 million dollars. Maryland legislators has approved a 7.5 billion state budget for its foundation program.


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