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No, Really — Indiana's 'Boring School Finance Bill' Could Change Everything

Students in a classroom at East Side Intermediate in Anderson.

At a basic level, the state funding mechanism for Indiana schools is pretty simple: Count the number of students in each district once every year, then pay districts a certain amount of money for each one. But the Indiana General Assembly changed that in a fundamental way last session when they added a second student count date. […]

The Five Largest Property Tax Levies In Indiana

Referendum season is in the air and we could soon hear the first merry bells of pollsters out campaigning to raise your local property taxes.  Before you vote, check out our list of the five districts that get the most property tax money.  In some cases, property values are high.  In others, large populations have bolstered […]

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