Nebraska bill would direct more school spending to classroom

01/14/2009 | Fremont Tribune (Neb.)

School districts in Nebraska would be forced to spend at least 65% of their funding on classroom instruction, under a bill introduced in the state legislature by a former principal. Omaha schools spent about 52% on student instruction in the 2006-07 school year; all state districts averaged 59.6% in the same year.

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