Montana district judge rejects state funding formula

04/16/2004 | Independent Record (Helena, Mont.)

Yesterday, a district judge ruled that Montana's school financing system was unconstitutional. During the trial, expert witnesses testified that the state would have to spend as much as $350 million more each year to guarantee a "free, quality public education" for all children.

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Independent Record (Helena, Mont.)

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