Georgia rural districts consider lawsuit for more funding

About three dozen rural school districts are preparing a lawsuit to force Georgia to change its school funding formula, which they believe has shortchanged them by $1.5 billion. The districts argue that a dearth of tax-paying businesses makes it impossible for them to raise sufficient local funds to augment state aid.

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