State Superintendent Tony Evers later says he would “absolutely” call on the Legislature to override a veto of the Assembly GOP plan to boost low-spending school districts, saying it’s the “biggest one for schools.”
The provision for low-spending districts, now capped at $9,100 per student, would have boosted their revenue limit to $9,300 in 2017-18 and $9,400 in 2018-19. The limit on what they sp...
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