Reboot Illinois, June 12, 2017

A Democrat-backed bill that would overhaul Illinois’ deeply flawed education funding system managed to advance through the General Assembly on the last day of the spring session, albeit without a state budget to fund it.

Senate Bill 1 essentially would change the formula Illinois uses to fund its K-12 public schools by implementing an evidence-based model that sets individual adequacy targets for every district in the state.

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