This report from the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, released June 30, 2017, analyzes some of the major differences between SB1, the “Evidence-Based Funding for Student Success Act” that passed both chambers of the General Assembly; and SB1124, an alternative education funding reform bill sponsored by Senator Jason Barickman. It finds that SB1 does not favor any school district-it does not create any special “bailout” of CPS-and instead creates a proportional, equitable distribution of new state funding for K-12 education. Read the report