A Penny More for Education

By: Erin Tate
By: Erin Tate

Dillard says it would rake in $800 million per year for grades K-12. He says the increase would resolve the crisis in education funding.

Half the money, about $400 million, would return to localities based on the amount of sales tax generated there. The other half would go toward school construction and teacher raises.


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