Here's what may be happening in K-12 funding:
Class size reduction for current year eliminated; schools would lose payments mid-year. Federal "Edu jobs" money absorbed into current state budget.
HB 3225 summary
HB 3225 bill
Both House and Senate Ways and Means committees will meet Saturday morning; members are expected to move to floor around noon.
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In addition to millions in administrative reductions, cuts include:
$51 million in across-the-board cuts to state universities
$39 million to eliminate K-4 class-size enhancement
$9.1 million in planned K-12 education reform activities
$27.7 million in Basic Health Plan (freezes coverage and lowers enrollment as people drop off the plan)
That federal "edu-jobs" money was to keep teachers in classrooms; it will likely get absorbed into the state's General Fund to off-set cuts throughout the system.