As more than half of Texas’ 1029 public school districts await a Texas Supreme Court ruling on their lawsuit claiming the state provides neither adequate nor equitable funding, a newly-filed amicus brief by Americans for Prosperity asks the court to consider public school efficiency as a component of the litigation. AFP’s position is simple. Calling Keep Reading…
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- ‘Efficiency’ brief filed in Texas public school finance lawsuit