Superintendents association calls on 2.5% annual increases in state spending for Connecticut’s public schools

“Moving toward a state share, not town by town, but in the aggregate of 47% of all costs of public education, with matching local contributions of roughly 47%, is the only fair and equitable solution,” they write. “This goal should help shape the amount of new funds in [Education Cost Sharing] and other state grants.”

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