Highlights of the House’s FY 2011 Education Budget

The House of Reps’ FY 2011 budget cuts K-12, University System, and Technical Colleges — by an additional $318 million more than the governor’s January proposal. It increases funds for Pre-K. Accounting for inflation, per student state funding for K-12 will drop to its lowest point in a decade, even after include Recovery Act funds. After accounting for inflation, per student state funding for K-12 education will drop to its lowest in a decade, even after including Recovery Act funds. Download the PDF.

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