Breaking Down State Ed. Budgets: Lean Outlook for Coming Fiscal Year

Companies Should Get Ready to Face District Leaders Under Pressure to Control Costs

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Many states are proposing only modest spending increases in K-12 education for fiscal 2018, partly because revenues from tax collections are weak. Lawmakers in Texas and Florida have called for flat-line spending or small bumps in funding for next fiscal year in K-12, while California is looking at larger increases.

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