Minnesota budget plan leaves less for schools
MOORHEAD - Local school officials say they're glad there's finally a state budget compromise in St. Paul, but they're not happy that shifts in funding will force public schools to borrow more money, ultimately leaving less to teach students.
Last year, Minnesota delayed 30 percent of state school aid payments.
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