Connecticut funding formula shortchanges magnet schools

08/11/2003 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Although Connecticut has boosted state funding of its 39 magnet schools this year to $59 million, up from last year's $44 million, some schools still lack adequate staff and supplies. Officials point to problems with the magnet funding plan, which partially relies on tuition from cash-strapped local districts.

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