Giving money to schools so rich they don’t need it

article-schools-0110This just in (well, it was yesterday, but you get my meaning):

The way Connecticut school funding works, no district can receive less money than they received the year before. How that plays out, though, is that some of Connecticut’s wealthier districts (and oh yes, we have those) with fewer high-need students get more state money than they need — a collective $20.8 million more, in a state with a $1 billion deficit.

Meanwhile, some of the state’s poorest districts are underfunded.

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