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Snyder signs education budget: What does it mean for schools?

June 27, 2014
Nicole Grulke - News Staff Writer , Alpena News

ALPENA -Gov. Rick Snyder recently signed the education budget, an over $15 billion budget which includes a little boost for public schools through extra funds for K-12 districts' per-student funding. Alpena Public Schools will be among those receiving additional funds based on it being one of the lower funded districts. Every K-12 district is slated to receive at least $50 more per student, with the lowest-funded districts receiving up to $175, which would raise the minimum aid from $7,076 to $7,251.

 
 

 

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