Editorial: Playing politics with our schools

One of the less understood, yet more important, fights lining up for the 2018 Legislative session in January will revolve around the definition of a tax increase. That will directly affect public schools funding.

We feel the need to emphasize “public” school funding these days as opposed to “school funding” because private charter schools are getting more and more taxpayer dollars with each session.

The tax squabble will ensue between the House and Senate. The issue will become the question “what is a tax increase?”

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