Since the beginning of the Great Recession, the state of Missouri has not been able to fully finance the School Funding Formula as required by law. Superintendents and school boards have had to become creative with ideas about how to pay for public education. David McGehee, superintendent of the Lee’s Summit School District, has published a blog post stating his ideas about how the state could re-evaluate one revenue obligation — tax credits — in light of the needs of students in the state.
To read his post, click here: http://lsr7supt.blogspot.com/2012/10/did-you-know-that-tax-credits-are-out.html
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