Norwich Bulletin: State's main education funding formula needs reform
Editorial Board, Norwich Bulletin
September 05, 2015 - less than 1 minute
Griswold leaders who say the state is shorting them about $2 million this fiscal year on Education Cost Sharing aid plan to take their concerns to the capital — and if the source where they got their numbers is accurate, several other Eastern Connecticut communities ought to join them.
According to data from the Connecticut School Finance Project, an independent, nonpartisan nonprofit, no fewer than 15 Eastern Connecticut municipalities are receiving less than 100 percent of the ECS dollar amount yielded by the state’s own formula.
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