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The Seven Districts Asking Voters To Raise Their Taxes To Fund Schools In May

Voters in seven Indiana communities will go to the polls in May to decide whether they’ll raise their own property taxes to raise money for schools. Four districts are asking voters for more operating dollars. The other three want voters’ help in funding construction or renovation projects. Below is a full list of districts seeking to […]

Where We Stand As Indiana Budget Debate Moves To Senate

Two weeks after Republican House members approved their proposed state budget, Senate lawmakers formally began debate on the two-year spending plan today. Both Gov. Mike Pence and House Republicans called for spending more than $15.3 billion on K-12 education; the total amounts the two sides propose to spend on K-12 education are only $74 million […]

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