Education leaders say funds from Minnesota fall short
A majority of Minnesota school superintendents believe the state's education funding falls short, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Twin Cities-based progressive think tank Minnesota 2020.
More than 170 superintendents recently filled out an anonymous questionnaire on state funding. About 97 percent denounced the state's current approach to financing education, and some 60 percent stated that the level of state funding hurts the quality of education in the state.
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