Attorney Says Missouri is Shorchanging Schools
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - An attorney for schools suing the state has put some numbers behind his assertion that Missouri is shortchanging schools. Last week a judge heard arguments on whether the state is meeting a constitutional requirement to spend 25 percent of its revenues on public schools. Now the attorney says school spending ranges from 2 percent to 22 percent of state revenues.
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