Shawnee County new funds won’t make up for rising costs

Here’s the real impact in Shawnee County: “Under the bill, Shawnee County schools would see an influx of $1.13 million into their general and supplemental funds, their two main sources of daily operating dollars, which would still leave them far below the pre-recession rates of funding.
Local superintendents said they are happy to see any increase at all, but the new funds won’t keep pace with annual growth in such expenses as utilities and teacher pay.”

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