S.C. inadequate-funding case reaches state Supreme Court

Some 17 years after three dozen impoverished, rural school districts sued South Carolina over funding issues, their attorneys Wednesday argued before the state's Supreme Court that the state is violating its constitution by providing too little education funding for kids in those regions. Both sides are appealing after a lower-court judge ruled that South Carolina adequately funds buildings, teacher wages and classroom supplies but not preschool education.

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